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Mr. William Kite is a mysterious resistance group leader mentioned throughout We Happy Few. Not much is known about him, other than his purpose in helping Downers such as Prudence Holmes to escape Wellington Wells.

Mr. Kite is never encountered in the game.

Events of We Happy Few Edit

During all of the Acts, the player is able to listen in to coded messages from an unseen man and woman in the Garden District. They are likely followers of Mr. Kite, they go as followed:

  • "This is for the benefit of Mr. Kite: The Rabbit got into the garden. The Rabbit got into the Garden."
  • "Before we begin, please listen to a personal message from out Prudent Friend: The Fox is in the Hen house. The Fox is in the Hen house."
  • "Please listen to a personal message for out Prudent Friend: The Fox has gone to bed. The Fox has gone to bed."
  • "This is for the benefit of Mr. Kite: The Rabbit has come to Tea. The Rabbit has come to Tea."
  • "Please listen to a personal message for out Prudent Friend: Do NOT forget your Galoshes. Do NOT forget your Galoshes."
  • "Please listen to a personal message for out Prudent Friend: Mr. Kite hid the Eggs in the Font of Nothing. Mr. Kite hid the Eggs in the Font of Nothing."
  • "Please listen to a personal message for out Prudent Friend: There was no Rabbit in the hat. There was no Rabbit in the hat."
  • "This is for the benefit of Mr. Kite: The Rabbit went to see the Parade. The Rabbit went to see the Parade."
  • "Please listen to a personal message for out Prudent Friend: Mr. Kite is fixing the Hole. Mr. Kite is fixing the Hole."
  • "Please listen to a personal message for out Prudent Friend: London Bridge has fallen down. London Bridge has fallen down."
  • "For the benefit of Mr. Kite: The Rabbit buried her watch beneath the bombard. The Rabbit buried her watch beneath the bombard."
  • "For the benefit of Mr. Kite: The Rabbit went through the Looking Glass. The Rabbit went through the Looking Glass."

Trivia Edit

  • William Kite might not be his actual name but rather his pseudonym.
  • The line "For the benefit of Mr. Kite" is a reference to the Beatles song "Being For The Benefit Of Mr Kite!"
  • When exploring the house in Barrow Holm, it is possible to find a Book labelled "Getting Away From it All, 1964 Edition" that was written by Mr. Kite.
  • A few of the phone messages make references to the White Rabbit in the novel Alice in Wonderland.
  • Sally has him as a client on her list.
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