Assassin's Creed Anthology Includes:
Experience the entire Assassin’s Creed Saga
Rise and Fall of Masyaf - Assassin's Creed I and II
The Assassins first emerged as an organised and visible faction in the medieval era during the Third Crusade. After the betrayal of one of their own, Altaïr Ibn-La'Ahad, a Syrian Assassin, became their leader and engaged the Brotherhood into a period of self-refection and reform. Altair’s historical significance stems not only from the pivotal role he played in the war between Assassins and Templars, but also from his status as a member of an important bloodline of Assassins.
Italian Renaissance - Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood and Assassin's Creed: Revelations
This new era and its tumult provided a backdrop for renewed conflict between Templars and Assassins. The Templars, under the leadership of Rodrigo Borgia, attempted to seize control of the Italian city-states. But the Brotherhood couldn’t let him and their leader, Ezio Auditore da Firenze, a Florentine nobleman who witnessed the execution of his father and brothers by the Templars, devoted much of his life to fight the Templar menace. His actions eventually earned him the title of Mentor.
American Revolution - Assassin's Creed III
In the early sixteenth century, the Assassins sent men to America to establish the Brotherhood and secure peace. When the Templars arrived in North America, they radically altered the balance of power and a few years after, the Assassins ranks were decimated. However, a young, persistent, half-native man named Ratonhnhaké:ton – later renamed Connor – resurrected the Brotherhood. Connor’s involvement in the American Revolution directly challenged the Templar’s supremacy and eventually ended with the creation of a new and free nation.
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