These require wikilinks, or could do with articles of their own:
- The Louvre (Divine Science: Chapter 1 - Maria Amiel)
- Besançon (")
- Perenelle Flamel (")
- Holy Innocents' Cemetery (")
- Troyes Cathedral (")
- Coroebus of Elis (Divine Science: Chapter 2 - Kyros of Zarax)
- Pherecydes of Syros (")
- Theano (")
- Třeboň (Divine Science: Chapter 3 - Elizabeth Jane Weston)
- Count Rožmberk (")
- Jane Cooper (")
- Hněvín Castle (")
- Palace of Westminster (Contracts (Project Legacy))
- Wittenberg (")
- Kremlin (")
- Strigolniki (")
- Georg von Frundsberg (")
- Landsknechte (")
- Saamoothiri (")
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Smuggling is the illegal transportation of goods.
For the inevitable Shao Jun or Japanese ACs.
The Far East referred to the countries located in east Asia.
The Chinese and Mongolian branches of the Assassins were active in the region, removing tyrants like Qin Shi Huang and Genghis Khan. Despite Genghis' assassination at the hands of Qulan Gal, and the aid of Altaïr Ibn-La'Ahad, the Mentor of the Levantine Assassins, they were unable to stop the spread of the Mongol Empire and the conquering of China.
By 1524, the Chinese Assassins had been wiped out by the Emperor Jiajing. After seeking the aid of Ezio Auditore da Firenze, the former Mentor of the Italian Assassins, Shao Jun journey back to her country to rebuild the Order. By the 21st century, the Assassins had a cell located in Osaka, Japan.
Religion is something the leaders of the Templars and Assassins do not practice due to their knowledge of the First Civilization. The former often moved into religious positions of power to control people, while the latter protected the rights of people to believe what they wanted.
The Hermeticists believed man, the gods and the world were all equal, and were driven underground as their beliefs undermined the Church.
The Freemasons were a Brotherhood founded after the Renaissance which allowed any man, regardless of what god he believed in, to join.