- "The Templars have been our family, been the brothers and sisters we never got. You cannot blame the Templars for being caring on their friends"
- ―Christian Kristoffersen to his murderer
Christian was – along with his twin-brother – born to a poor family in Norway, in the city of Stavanger. His father, an abusive drunkard, had lost his life after drowning on his way home from a local pub. His mother served as a mere servant at the house of the bishop. Hans got himself a job at the docks, working as a longshoreman. He would have stayed in this position if he not had met into a Dane named André Lindanger.
The following weeks, Hans presented his twin, Christian, for André. André had come to Norway for Templar-affaires – as he expressed it. Meanwhile, he lived at an inn – but the debt he had done for Hans still needed to be paid. So, Hans needed to be good in something he never had tried: shooting. Hans rejected, but André replied that if Hans refused, he would leave him to the police. Along with Hans, Christian did some contracts for André: cutting off some competitors. In order to do this, he was given a gang of Templar-loyal men and women. To defend himself, Christian used a rapier.
In 1740, Christian – now as a new-inducted member of the Dane-Norwegian Templars – had been trained to become a skilled swordsman. Christian and his brother was stationed on St. Croix, in order to train new Templar agents to become worthy ambassadors or hitmen.
In 1751, Christian was – along with his brother – killed by Adéwalé.