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The Shepherd's Flock is the main antagonistic faction in the 2021 historical action/spy film The King's Man.
It is an elite secret organization comprised of specifically chosen agents employed by Captain Morton to instigate The Great War. Following Morton's death Erik Jan Hanussen is his successor and keeps the organization alive and is hell-bent on completing its mission alongside Vladimir Lenin and new recruit Adolf Hitler.
The Flock are an elite organization comprised of figures who have some kind of personal vendetta against England employed by Captain Morton, a Scottish military captain who has a heavy disdain for England and the British Empire as a whole due to his family's mill being forcefully shut down by English noblemen. The group work to orchestrate the events of the entire Great War in order to wipe England off the map; however, after Franz Ferdinand's death at Gavrilo Princip's hands they are pursued by the newly formed Kingsman agency comprised of Orlando Oxford, his son Conrad, his right-hand man Shola and their nanny Polly.
The group slowly make their way through The Flock as the war efforts increase, eventually killing Grigori Rasputin and having Mata Hari arrested, the latter of which actually revealed to them the Flock's location, thus allowing them to pursue The Shepherd. Orlando and Shola fight Morton and the former ultimately kills him, avenging the death of Conrad who was shot after being mistaken for a German spy on the war's front lines.
Although Morton was dead, he was succeeded by Hanussen and Lenin became the Flock's new second in the command, with the two enlisting the help of a young Adolf Hitler for their cause, suggesting that their next move is to orchestrate The Second World War.