Agaté, founder of the Louisiana Brotherhood?
I have a question: are we sure Agaté founded the Brotherhood in Louisiana? I have checked the database entry, and they never said that Agaté founded the branch, only that he was the Mentor. Did in the Official Guide it was confirmed or some other media?Francesco75 (talk) 19:03, October 29, 2019 (UTC)
- I would need to double-check, but I think this can be deduced from Agaté having been the one to follow Jeanne to New Orleans and establish a new base nearby. Prior to this, Agaté was affiliated with the Saint-Domingue Brotherhood based in Haiti, where he served under François Mackandal. This is explained in Jeanne's journal (or whatever the document recounting her memories are). I am wary that it might technically be possible that Agaté merely took over a pre-existing Assassin branch already based in Louisiana though... Sol Pacificus(Cyfiero) 19:18, October 29, 2019 (UTC)
- This is why I asked, they never formally said that Agaté was the founder. The branches in the Americas are a bit strange. The West Indies branch operated in the Caribbean islands, Florida and Mexico between the 16th and 18th century, the Saint-Domingue branch became independent, in New England Achilles founded a branch but some Assassins was already operating there like Stoddard during the 17th century. And in the French colonies, De la Tour was from Acadia, so maybe some French Assassins were in Louisiana.Francesco75 (talk) 22:08, October 29, 2019 (UTC)