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Maxime Gorm

Maxime Gorm

Maxime Gorm (died 2017) was a former member of the Assassin Brotherhood, who joined the Templar Order after being brainwashed by Warren Vidic and became Daniel Cross' war dog during the Great Purge. Gorm was the son of Julia Gorm, a savage Assassin, member of Boris Pash's Bloodstone Unit active during the Vietnam War.

In 2017, an amnesiac Maxime was experimented on by Thomas and Alice Adler, who used an Animus to have him explore the genetic memories of his grandfather, the British Assassin Eddie Gorm.

Biography

Maxime was born the son of Julia Gorm, an Assassin who was a member of Boris Pash's Bloodstone Unit during the Vietnam War. Raised an Assassin, Maxime was later kidnapped by Warren Vidic, the Director of the Animus Project at Abstergo Industries and a member of the Templar Order. Maxime was brainwashed and like Daniel Cross, became an agent of the Templars. By 2000, he became a high ranking Templar commander, responsible for carrying out attacks on Assassin facilities. On 6 December, Maxime led the Templars on an attack on an Assassin training camp in Kyushu, Japan. This attack saw the killing of numerous Assassins, including the camp's head Yuri.[1]

Sometime later, Maxime was stationed at the Abstergo Foundation Rehabilitation Center in Madrid, Spain, working alongside scientists Alice and Thomas Adler. After the destruction of the facility in 2016 by Callum Lynch, Maxime was later kidnapped by the Adlers,[1] holding him captive in their home in Switzerland. They subjected him to an Animus experimentation to have him explore the genetic memories of his grandfather, the British Assassin Eddie Gorm.[2]

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