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"Find them, kill them. In doing so, you will sow the seeds of peace."
―Al Mualim conversing about assassination targets with Altaïr, 1191.[src]
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Ezio Auditore da Firenze assassinating a target

Assassination targets are individuals that the Assassin Brotherhood — and in select instances, the Templar Order — deems worthy of elimination. Over the centuries, the Assassins killed many individuals they believed to be corrupt and a danger to humanity, particularly Templars and their associates.

Below is a chronological list of notable victims, by faction and assassin responsible.

Elimination by Assassins and Proto-Assassins

Kassandra of Sparta

During the Peloponnesian War, the misthios Kassandra carried out assassinations against the Proto-Templar organizations, namely the Cult of Kosmos and the Order of the Ancients. In addition, she also carried out assassination contracts and bounties to eliminate various targets.

Bayek of Siwa and Aya of Alexandria

Around the latter half of 1st century BCE, in Ancient Egypt, the Hidden Ones Bayek of Siwa and Aya of Alexandria, later Amunet, carried out assassinations to avenge their son Khemu, and later for their duties as Hidden Ones.

Bayek's targets:

Aya's targets:

Aya's targets:

Bayek's targets:

Altaïr Ibn-La'Ahad

Around the time of the Third Crusade, Altaïr Ibn-La'Ahad assassinated various individuals during his quest to find the Chalice in 1190. He later eliminated nine tyrannical public figures in an effort to restore his lost rank and regain honor within the Assassin Order.

Following his ascension to Mentor of the Order, he carried out several assassinations to aid the Cypriot Resistance in 1192, and continued to eliminate notable targets throughout his life.

Ezio Auditore da Firenze

During the Renaissance, the Assassin Ezio Auditore da Firenze eliminated various individuals in order to avenge the death of his family members, free the Spanish Assassins, and liberate the Italian city-states – Florence, San Gimignano, Forlì, Venice and Rome – as well as the Ottoman city of Constantinople and Byzantine underground outpost of Derinkuyu from corruption.

Aguilar de Nerha

During the Spanish Inquisition, Aguilar de Nerha eliminated conspirators associated with the Knights Templar.

Shao Jun

After the Great Rites Controversy which resulted in the decimation of the Chinese Brotherhood at the hands of the Eight Tigers, Shao Jun assassinated the Templars responsible in a campaign to free China and restore the Chinese Assassins.

Edward Kenway

Edward Kenway assassinated several individuals during the Golden Age of Piracy in his quest for riches and glory as a pirate, and later in service of the Assassin Order.

Adéwalé

During the early 18th century, Adéwalé served as quartermaster on Edward Kenway's ship before eventually joining the Assassin Brotherhood and assuming the captaincy of his own vessel.

In 1735, he briefly set aside his duties as an Assassin in order to aid the Maroon rebellion in Saint Domingue.

Aveline de Grandpré

Aveline de Grandpré assassinated various targets between the French and Indian War and American Revolutionary War in an effort to free New Orleans from Templar influence and liberate victims of the slave trade.

Ratonhnhaké:ton

Before, during, and after the events of the American Revolutionary War, the Assassin Ratonhnhaké:ton, son of the Templar Haytham Kenway and grandson of pirate turned Assassin Edward Kenway, eliminated various Templars in order to protect his tribe and further the pursuit of freedom for the citizens of the thirteen colonies of the United States.

Following a meeting with George Washington, Ratonhnhaké:ton found himself in an alternate reality created by an Apple of Eden. There, he assassinated several individuals while experiencing the alternate timeline.

Arno Dorian

Following the death of his adoptive father, the Templar Grand Master François de la Serre, Arno Dorian joined the Assassin Brotherhood and embarked on a quest to find the perpetrators of the murder and their motivations.

While pursuing his own agenda, Arno also undertook several missions in order to thwart the efforts of the Templars, who tried to take control of the French Revolution.

Jacob and Evie Frye

The twins Jacob and Evie Frye were active in London and its surrounding areas in 1868 as the Industrial Revolution reached its climax. There, they fought against the inequality and poverty engineered by the Templars, taking over organized crime in the city in an effort to destabilize the Templars' hold over it and stop them from acquiring a powerful Piece of Eden. 20 years later, after the incapacitation of her brother, Evie returned to London and was active in the hunt for Jack the Ripper, a traitorous and gruesome Assassin turncoat.

Lydia Frye

During World War I, Lydia Frye allied herself with Winston Churchill to take down a German-Templar spy network led by a Sage.

Nikolai Orelov

During the Russian Revolution, Nikolai Orelov served his Order faithfully, rising to the rank of Master Assassin before growing disillusioned and leaving the order.

Desmond Miles

Following his kidnapping by Abstergo Industries and training with the Assassins, Desmond Miles was forced by Juno to assassinate Lucy Stillman in the Colosseum Vault for her secret defection and betrayal. He later infiltrated the Abstergo Industries headquarters in Rome and assassinated two prominent members of their Order.

Other Assassins and Proto-Assassins

Below is a chronological list of other notable assassinations, by century and, if known, Assassin responsible:

Elimination by Templars and Proto-Templars

Haytham Kenway

Son of the Assassin Edward Kenway, Haytham was converted to the Templar cause at a young age by Reginald Birch. A member of the British Rite, he later became the Grand Master of the Colonial Rite.

Shay Cormac

Formerly a member of the Colonial Assassins, Shay Cormac later became a famous Assassin hunter after he joined the Templar Order, pursuing his former Assassin brothers and sisters.

Daniel Cross

Brainwashed from an early age by the Templar-led Abstergo Industries, Daniel Cross served as a sleeper agent inside the Assassin Order and betrayed them leading to the decimation of the Assassins.

Other Templars and Proto-Templars

Below is a chronological list of other notable assassinations, by century and, if known, Templar responsible:

Survivors

In carrying out their missions, some Assassins notably spared potential victims, or otherwise did not complete an assassination as directed. The following is a chronological list of targets known to have survived encounters with Assassin or Templar attackers:

  • Nikolaos - spared by Kassandra, 431 BCE[1]
  • Praxithea - spared by Kassandra, 431 BCE[1]
  • Pratinos - spared by Kassandra, 431 BCE[1]
  • Neokles - spared by Kassandra, 431 BCE[1]
  • Lagos - spared by Kassandra (possibly), 428 BCE[1]
  • Bulis - spared by Kassandra, 424 BCE[1]
  • Alexios - spared by Kassandra, 422 BCE[1]
  • Aspasia - spared by Kassandra, 422 BCE[1]
  • Ptolemy XIII – spared by Aya, 47 BCE[104]
  • Maria Thorpe – spared by Altaïr Ibn-La'Ahad, 1191[52]
  • Ezio Auditore da Firenze – failed by Templars, during the 15th and the 16th centuries[37][36][50]
  • Tomás de Torquemada – escaped twice, from Aguilar de Nerha and Ezio Auditore da Firenze, 1492[56]
  • Rodrigo Borgia – spared by Ezio Auditore da Firenze, 1499[37]
  • Micheletto Corella – spared by Ezio Auditore da Firenze, 1503[36]
  • Vali cel Tradat - escaped an attack from Ezio Auditore da Firenze and one of his recruits, 1511[50]
  • Cyril of Rhodes - escaped an attack from Ezio Auditore da Firenze and one of his recruits, 1511[50]
  • Lysistrata - escaped an attack from Ezio Auditore da Firenze and one of his recruits, 1511[50]
  • Mirela Djuric - escaped an attack from Ezio Auditore da Firenze, one of his recruits, and a trio of Romani, 1511[50]
  • Georgios Kostas - escaped an attack from Ezio Auditore da Firenze and one of his recruits, 1511[50]
  • An unspecified Ottoman Assassin - survived an ambush by Georgios Kostas, 1511[50]
  • Charles Vane – spared by Edward Kenway, 1719[63]
  • Woodes Rogers – survived attack by Edward Kenway, 1721[63]
  • Matthew Hague – spared by Edward Kenway, 1723[62]
  • Shay Cormac – failed by Assassins, between 1756 and 1760[83]
  • Achilles Davenport – spared by Haytham Kenway, 1760[83]
  • Antonio de Ulloa – spared by Aveline de Grandpré, 1768[65]
  • Agaté – spared by Aveline de Grandpré, 1777[65]
  • Benedict Arnold – failed by Ratonhnhaké:ton and Assassin apprentices, in 1780 and 1781[66]
  • Benjamin Franklin – spared by Ratonhnhaké:ton, in an alternate reality.[68]
  • Roi des Thunes – escaped three assassination attempts, 1791[70]
  • Jacques Roux – escaped an assassination attempt by three Assassins, 1794[70]
  • Alexander Burnes – spared by Arbaaz Mir, 1841[128]
  • Brinley Ellsworth - spared by Evie Frye on the orders of Duleep Singh, 1868[129]
  • Alexander III of Russia - survived an assassination attempt by the Assassin Nikolai Orelov in 1888[90]

Interceptions

On occasion, the Assassins and Templars saved individuals from being killed. The following is a list of targets, the individuals who wanted their death and the person that saved them:

  • Artaxerxes I of Persia, targeted by Darius, saved by Amorges, c. 465 BCE[2]
  • Phoibe, kidnapped by bandits, saved by Kassandra, 431 BCE[1]
  • Odessa, captured by bandits, saved by Kassandra, 431 BCE[1]
  • Barnabas, targeted by the Cyclops of Kephallonia, saved by Kassandra, 431 BCE[1]
  • Prexileos and Idyia, targeted by The Dagger, saved by Kassandra, 431 BCE[1]
  • Metiochos, targeted by fishermen, saved by Kassandra, 431 BCE[1]
  • Phidias, targeted by Cultists, saved by Kassandra, 431 BCE[1]
  • Timoxenos, targeted by Pleistos, saved by Kassandra, 431 BCE[1]
  • Damalis, targeted by the Monger, saved by Kassandra, 431 BCE[1]
  • Gotarzes, targeted by pirates, saved by Kassandra, 431 BCE[1]
  • Anaximander, captured by Athenian soldiers, saved by Kassandra, 431 BCE[1]
  • Markos, targeted by the Cerberus Brothers, saved by Kassandra, 431 BCE[1]
  • Artaxerxes I of Persia, targeted by a Persian soldier, saved by Kassandra, 431 BCE (in spite of him being the son of her grandfather's killer)[1]
  • Aspasia, pursued by Athenian soldiers, saved by Kassandra, 429 BCE[1]
  • Eritha, targeted by Diona, saved by Kassandra, 429 BCE[1]
  • Amara, captured by Cultists, saved by Kassandra, 429 BCE[1]
  • Alkibiades, targeted by Kallias, saved by Kassandra, 428 BCE[1]
  • Philonoe and Niloxenos, captured by Cultists, saved by Kassandra, 428 BCE[1]
  • Gupa – targeted by Taharqa, saved by Bayek, 48 BCE
  • Cleopatra – targeted by Venator, saved by Bayek, 48 BCE
  • Lucius Septimius - targeted by Bayek, saved by Julius Caesar and Flavius Metellus, 47 BCE
  • Al Mualim, Fahd El Fehmi, and Vahid Ahmedi – targeted by Haras, saved by Altaïr Ibn-La'Ahad, 1189 CE[50]
  • Richard I of England – targeted by William of Montferrat, saved by Altaïr Ibn-La'Ahad, 1191 CE[52]
  • Lorenzo de' Medici – targeted by Francesco de' Pazzi, saved by Ezio Auditore da Firenze, 1478 CE[37]
  • Rosa and Ugo - targeted by Emilio Barbarigo's guards, saved by Ezio Auditore da Firenze, 1480 CE[37]
  • Bianca Riario and Ottaviano Riario – targeted by Ludovico and Checco Orsi, saved by Ezio Auditore da Firenze, 1488 CE[37]
  • Luis Santangel, Raphael Sanchez and Christopher Columbus – targeted by Templars, saved by Ezio Auditore da Firenze, 1492 CE[56]
  • Claudia and Maria Auditore da Firenze - targeted by Cesare Borgia, saved by Ezio Auditore da Firenze, 1500 CE[36]
  • Ezio Auditore da Firenze - targeted by Cesare Borgia, saved by Niccolò Machiavelli, 1500 CE[36]
  • Nicolaus Copernicus – targeted by Templars, saved by Ezio Auditore da Firenze, 1500 CE[36]
  • Desiderius Erasmus - targeted by Templars, saved by an Italian Assassin sent by Ezio Auditore da Firenze, 1500 CE[36]
  • Prospero and Fabrizio Colonna- targeted by Borgia guards and Templars, saved by Ezio Auditore da Firenze, 1500 CE[36]
  • Pantasilea Baglioni - targeted by Baron Octavian de Valois, saved by Ezio Auditore da Firenze, 1503 CE[36]
  • Pietro Rossi – targeted by Micheletto Corella, saved by Ezio Auditore da Firenze, 1503 CE[36]
  • Niccolò Machiavelli – targeted by La Volpe, saved by Ezio Auditore da Firenze, 1503 CE[36]
  • Claudia Auditore da Firenze – targeted by Templars, saved by Ezio Auditore da Firenze and Niccolò Machiavelli, 1504 CE[109]
  • Suleiman I – targeted by Byzantine Templars, saved by Ezio Auditore da Firenze and Yusuf Tazim, 1511 CE[50]
  • Pachomius I of Constantinople – targeted by Cyril of Rhodes, saved by Ezio Auditore da Firenze, 1511 CE[50]
  • Manuel Palaiologos, Shahkulu, and Byzantine soldiers - targeted by Tarik Barleti and Janissaries, accidentally saved by Ezio Auditore da Firenze, 1511 CE[50]
  • Dilara - targeted by Manuel Palaiologos and Shahkulu, saved by Ezio Auditore da Firenze, 1511 CE[50]
  • Janos and other Ottoman spies - targeted by Manuel Palaiologos and Shahkulu, saved by Ezio Auditore da Firenze and Dilara, 1512 CE[50]
  • Sofia Sartor and Azize - targeted by Ahmet, saved by Ezio Auditore da Firenze, 1512 CE[50]
  • Shao Jun – targeted by Imperial soldiers, aided by Ezio Auditore da Firenze, 1524 CE[130]
  • Bernard Kenway and Linette Kenway - targeted by Wilson, Tom Cobleigh and Julian, saved by Edward Kenway, 1712 CE[62]
  • Ah Tabai – targeted by Duncan Walpole, indirectly saved by Edward Kenway, 1715 CE[63]
  • Antó – targeted by Kenneth Abraham, saved by Edward Kenway, 1716 CE[63]
  • Opía Apito – targeted by Lucia Márquez, saved by Edward Kenway, 1716 CE[63]
  • Rhona Dinsmore – targeted by Hilary Flint, saved by Edward Kenway, 1717 CE[63]
  • Upton Travers – targeted by Vance Travers and Jing Lang, saved by Edward Kenway, 1717 CE[63]
  • Augustin Dieufort – targeted by Pierre, Marquis de Fayet, saved by Adéwalé, 1735 CE[64]
  • Louis Godin – targeted by pirates, saved by Adéwalé, 1736 CE[64]
  • Benjamin Church – targeted by Cutter, saved by Haytham Kenway and Charles Lee[66]
  • David Borgen, Conan Brown, Michael Crawley, Randall Gordon, Franklin Greear, Maria Gurley, Lewis Johnson, Scott Lawson, Philippe Beaubien, Rachel Plourde, Kelly Snider – targeted by Assassins, saved by Shay Cormac, between 1756 and 1760 CE[83]
  • Ratonhnhaké:ton – targeted by Charles Lee, saved by Haytham Kenway, 1776 CE[66]
  • George Washington – targeted by Thomas Hickey, saved by Ratonhnhaké:ton, 1776 CE[66]
  • Benjamin Franklin – targeted by criminals, saved by Shay Cormac, 1776 CE[83]
  • Benjamin Franklin and Kanen'tó:kon – targeted by Israel Putnam, saved by Ratonhnhaké:ton, in an alternate reality[68]
  • Élise de la Serre – targeted by Templars, saved by Arno Dorian, in 1791 CE[70]
  • Théroigne de Méricourt – targeted by Templars, saved by Arno Dorian, in 1789 and 1792 CE[70]
  • Georges Danton – targeted by Royalists, saved by Arno Dorian, 1792 CE[70]
  • Didier Paton – targeted by Maximilien de Robespierre, saved by Arno Dorian, 1794 CE[70]
  • Léon – targeted by Philippe Rose, saved by Arno Dorian, 1794 CE[70]
  • Napoleon Bonaparte – targeted by Royalists, saved by Arno Dorian, in 1795 CE and in 1800 CE[70]
  • Hamid – targeted by Templars, saved by Arbaaz Mir, 1841 CE
  • Pyara Kaur – targeted by William Sleeman, accidentally saved by Arbaaz Mir, 1841 CE
  • Benjamin Disraeli and Mary Anne Disraeli – targeted by Blighters, saved by Jacob Frye, 1868 CE
  • Karl Marx – targeted by Blighters, saved by Jacob Frye or Evie Frye, 1868 CE
  • Charles Darwin – targeted by Templars, saved by Jacob Frye or Evie Frye, 1868 CE
  • Bob – targeted by Blighters, saved by Jacob Frye, 1868 CE
  • Anastasia Nikolaevna of Russia – targeted by Templars, saved by Nikolai Orelov, 1918 CE
  • Lucy Stillman - targeted by Abstergo guards, saved by Warren Vidic, 2000s CE[52]
  • William Miles – targeted by Daniel Cross and Warren Vidic, saved by Desmond Miles, 2012 CE[66]

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