This order fundamentally values the sanctity of freedom and fights diligently to keep humanity free to determine its own destiny. Over the years, the contest has featured a variety of icons, from Altair Ibn-La'Ahad during the Third Crusade to Ezio Auditore in the Renaissance and Ratonhnhaké:ton during the American Revolution. No matter how different their backgrounds, each Assassin has a strong commitment to justice.
Basically, they have a number of silent and deadly tools, such as the infamous Hidden Blade, the symbol of the Brotherhood itself. Inspirational chronicles of this faction's strength, ingenuity and resilience serve as a beacon of rebellion against oppression, guiding their relentless quest for a world without borders. Shrouded in mystery and shrouded in legend, the Assassins keep their timeless legacy woven into the fabric of history.
Contrary to their original name Hashāshīn, they are not just drug-addicted mystics; rather, Assassins are defenders of individual rights and free will, operating under the credo: “Nothing is true; everything is allowed." Throughout their mysterious existence, the Assassins fought fiercely against their sworn enemies: the Templars. What began as a theological dispute turned into a philosophical assertion of free will and order. In each era of their existence, there are pioneering figures who champion their cause. Their first historical selection includes names like Altaïr Ibn-La'Ahad and Ezio Auditore, who have left indelible marks on society and its ethos. Altair's role in redefining the Assassin's modus operandi by reformulating Creed radically reshaped society and distanced it from mindless violence. Ezio Auditore has greatly strengthened his ranks and resources throughout Europe during his life's journey.
In the modern era, the influence of the Assassins has infiltrated governments and corporate bodies through the enigmatic Desmond Miles, reviving the eternal feud against the New Age Templars. Assassins' permeation through the ages is a testament to their resilience in changing realms of power. Their secret pursuit of peace and resistance to oppressive forces is the thread of a rich and remarkable story. A story that is still being written today, in the shadows of every city, waiting for the next hidden vanguard of individual freedom to emerge.
Ezio Auditore da Firenze
Bayek of Siwa
Basim Ibn Ishaq/Havi
Aveline de Grandpré
Legacy and Impact
Over time, their influence extends beyond fighting sworn enemies the Templars. Their belief in free will and rejection of absolute power has taken root in many societies. As disseminators of knowledge, they indirectly promoted the progress of science and philosophy.
Assassins also encouraged cultural exchange. Their multi-national members brought different customs, beliefs and ideas to the flock. This, along with their network of allies, has helped them stay relevant and resilient.
Their legacy is not only rooted in their past. It resonates in the present, serving as a beacon of hope for the underprivileged and downtrodden. The assassin's symbol, the iconic 'A', remains a sign of defiance against tyrannical forces. Assassins' impact transcends the fictional universe, inspiring fans to question authority and seek the truths that lie beneath the surface.