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Assassin's Creed: Fragments – The Highlands Children[2] (French: Assassin's Creed: Fragments – Les Enfants des Highlands) is a French novel by Alain T. Puysségur. It was released in France on 16 September 2021.[3] It is the second novel in the Assassin's Creed: Fragments young adult series by 404 Éditions.

The events of the novel take place in Scotland, following Fillian and his sister Aileas during the invasion by King Edward I of England in 1296, and focused on the local culture of the Highlands.[4]

Official synopsis

Scotland, 1296. The English troops of King Edward are ordered to attack and ransack the Scottish town of Berwick. During the chaos of the battle, Fillian and his twin sister Aileas get separated. Fillian finds protection within a mysterious group of warriors, while Aileas is saved from certain death by an English Captain. Thrust into the dangers of the violent conflict opposing not only Scotland and England, but also Assassins and Templars, each teen embarks on their own perilous journey. When the time comes, will the two siblings be reunited?[2]


  1. Assassin's Creed: Fragments – Les Enfants des Highlands (in fr). Fnac. Retrieved on June 16, 2021.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Ubisoft white swirl only.png Assassin's Creed Fragments [sic] on Ubisoft's official website (backup link)
  3. Twitter.png Access the Animus (@AccessTheAnimus) on Twitter "Judging by the recent #AssassinsCreed Fragments trailer, the three books will be
    1) "The Blade from Aizu" by Olivier Gay, April 15th, 2021
    2) "The Children from the Highlands" by Alain T. Puysségur, September 2021
    3) "The Witches from the Forests" by Adrien Tomas, Early 2022."
  4. Philips, Tom (April 19, 2021). Ubisoft details Assassin's Creed Black Flag webtoon sequel, Shao Jun books, Netflix projects. Eurogamer.