米拉波由于批评了法国财政大臣夏尔·亚历山大·德·卡洛讷，他又收到了另一张拘票，并被驱逐到了普鲁士。他逐渐相信“中产阶级只有加入更低阶级的力量才能获得自由”。这一革命性的立场很快就使他同贵族阶级分离了开来。 数个圈子里的人都因为米拉波屡次获刑入狱、不计其数的流言蜚语和与见证他多次入狱的父亲之间糟糕得出名的关系而看不起米拉波。尽管如此，百姓大众却逐渐开始敬仰他。他对底层阶级群众展现出了真挚的善意与考虑。 在迁到巴黎之后，他以个人名义，请管家到巴黎来为他工作。他对待管家十分善良，支付管家两倍的薪水。 米拉波还在管家的女儿发瘟热时，替管家支付了医药费。
In August 1789, he helped draft the constitution, which was named the Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen. Defending the King's power of veto against the Assembly, he argued that the continued protests should end. He also advocated the abolition of slavery. On the tensions between the slaves and colonists of Saint-Domingue, Mirabeau commented that "the whites of Saint-Domingue [slept] at the foot of Vesuvius". He also rose to become president of the Jacobin Club, which later became known for its radical views, and took note of one of its prominent members, Maximilien de Robespierre. Mirabeau said of him, "He will go far. He believes everything he says".
In October 1789, Mirabeau began negotiating with King Louis and Marie Antoinette. In return for receiving funds to pay off his debts, Mirabeau advised the king on how to manage the revolution and remain on the throne, as the count personally wanted to ensure that the revolution remained peaceful. Still wishing the king to be under the power of the Constituent Assembly, Mirabeau sent Arno and a team of Assassins to protect the Women's March on Versailles, which compelled Louis to return to Paris.
- 亚诺: "你看起来很不好。"
- 米拉波: "数个月来，我在兄弟会、国民议会还有国王之间进行着永无休止的争论。合在一起，他们的政治才干也不过只有愚蠢的农村议会的程度而已。我想那就是我现在看起来很糟糕的原因了，年轻人。"
- 亚诺: "我无意冒犯您，导师。我只是……有点关心。"
- 米拉波: "不用在意我，亚诺。把你担忧的泪水与叹息留给法兰西吧。"
In January 1791, Mirabeau sent Bellec and Arno to assassinate the Templar smuggler Arpinon at the Conciergerie, and retrieve a ledger from him. Returning to the Assassin headquarters, Bellec voiced his dislike of Mirabeau to Arno, believing that the Mentor was naive in seeking peace with the Templars and keeping the revolution peaceful.
The ledger revealed that Arpinon had been extorting money from imprisoned nobles. Arno also reported that Grand Master de la Serre's killer, Charles Gabriel Sivert, had met with Arpinon, and requested that he be allowed to assassinate him. The council reminded Mirabeau that the new Templar Order was not likely to seek peace with the Assassins. Thus, Mirabeau relented and charged Arno with going to the Notre-Dame, gathering intelligence from Sivert and killing him.
Returning successful from his mission, Arno informed Mirabeau that Sivert had an accomplice, the Roi des Thunes, leader of the Cour des Miracles. Issuing Arno with a new weapon, the Phantom Blade, Mirabeau sent him to kill the Roi des Thunes.
On 30 January, Mirabeau was elected president of the National Constituent Assembly, having earned the respect of all sides and proving a promising leader. When the assembly convened, he spoke at great length, rarely yielding the floor for other politicians. When Arno returned successfully from his mission, he met an exhausted Mirabeau, who explained that his health had been affected by constant discussions and dealings with the Assassin Council, the National Constituent Assembly and King Louis. He claimed that, taken together, they had the "political acumen of an especially stupid village council".
Arno reported that Sivert and the Roi des Thunes were hired to kill de la Serre, and had killed the Grand Master with a pin fashioned by the silversmith François-Thomas Germain. Mirabeau then sent Arno to find Germain and learn what he knew. As he returned, he found Mirabeau arguing with the Council about the Day of Daggers, where four hundred armed noblemen had entered the Tuileries Palace and supposedly attempted to help the King escape Paris, only to be arrested by the Marquis de Lafayette.
Arno reported that Germain had been commissioned to produce the pin by a man named Chrétien Lafrenière. Surprised that the supposedly loyal Lafrenière had ordered the murder of de la Serre, Mirabeau nonetheless instructed Arno to kill him. However, Arno revealed that he had already done so. The Council strongly reprimanded him, but Mirabeau hushed them and calmly reminded Arno not to act without the Council's approval.
Arno explained that Lafrenière seemingly prepared to strike at the Brotherhood, forcing him to act immediately. However, after seeing his memories, Arno became uncertain of Lafenière's true motives, with the attack directed at the Hôtel de Beauvais, not an Assassin safehouse. Arno then requested permission to investigate further. With the attack imminent, Mirabeau granted Arno's request, while reminding him not to act rashly.
Through his investigation, Arno learned of an ambush by the new Templar faction on Élise de la Serre, daughter of the late Grand Master and a personal lover. He persuaded her to meet with the Assassins and negotiate an alliance with them to bring down the new faction of the Templar Order.
Arno brought Élise before the Council, and she proposed an alliance. Bellec and the Council strongly objected, but Mirabeau insisted that they continue the discussion in private. While Arno and Élise were away, they learned that Germain was in fact the Grand Master of the new faction of the Templar Order.
With Mirabeau insisting on accepting Élise's offer, Bellec resolved to kill him, regarding him a traitor to the Assassins. Meeting with the Mentor at the latter's estate, Bellec gave him a chance to change his mind. Realizing he could not convince him, Bellec snuck aconite into Mirabeau's wine. Once Mirabeau drank the poisoned wine, Bellec paid him his final rites. He then placed Mirabeau on his bed with a Templar pin underneath his pillow, wishing to frame Élise.
Shortly after, Élise and Arno came to inform Mirabeau of their findings, only to discover his body. After an investigation, Arno discovered Bellec to be the culprit, and that the latter planned to poison the rest of the council. Although Bellec tried to justify the poisoning, the two entered a fight, with Arno being forced to kill him.
Following Mirabeau's death, he was cremated in accordance with Assassin tradition. By then, he had become a French national hero, which led to a desire to honor leaders of the revolution. Thus, the Church of Sainte-Geneviève was transformed to the Panthéon. The Brotherhood therefore buried Mirabeau's remains in an Assassin crypt underneath the building along with a set of Assassin relics.
During the funeral procession, Templars attempted to strike at the vulnerable Assassins. However, a team of Assassins blended with the crowd and dispatched the attackers non-lethally, in order to avoid creating a scene. Mirabeau's sarcophagus was put under guard, although one of the guards was attacked by a thief named Pierre Thibault. He also broke into the sarcophagus and looted it. After identifying him, a team of Assassins were dispatched to eliminate Thibault.
While sorting Mirabeau's personal dealings, the council discovered his correspondence with King Louis. Knowing that the Templars could use it to expose and eliminate Assassins across France, they tasked Arno with infiltrating the Tuileries Palace and destroying the correspondence.
Despite Arno's efforts, the iron cabinet containing correspondence and a list of payments was eventually discovered. Robespierre, secretly a Templar, subsequently exposed this evidence, and Mirabeau was publicly disgraced. The Templars had articles and posters printed revealing Mirabeau's relations with the royal house, while also making false claims about a supposed affair with Marie Antoinette. Arno later tore down the posters and destroyed the press printing them and the articles.
Mirabeau's friends also attempted to rescue Marie Antoinette from execution in 1793, however this attempt was foiled by the Templar Jean Gilbert. Gilbert knew of Mirabeau's involvement, for which he was killed by Arno on the orders of the Council.
While many wanted his remains removed from the Panthéon, the Templars also sought to claim Mirabeau's relics. With the Brotherhood's secrecy at risk, Arno and a team of Assassins infiltrated the Panthéon in May 1794 and claimed the relics for safekeeping before anyone could find them. However, Mirabeau's remains were eventually moved to another grave.
With the retrieval of the relics, the Assassins hid them in an unknown location where the Templars could never find them. In historical records, Mirabeau's death would be attributed to pericarditis, caused by the excessive drinking and womanizing throughout his life.
Throughout his life, Mirabeau led a frivolous lifestyle. Despite his facial disfigurement, he managed to charm a lot of women. However, his impetuosity would repeatedly get him in trouble. Mirabeau was also a heavy drinker, receiving large weekly deliveries of wine at his estate. These traits led many to question his integrity.
In spite of his carefree way of life, Mirabeau was genuinely concerned with the well-being of both his country and Brotherhood. He demonstrated a wealth of knowledge, and was famed for being a highly charismatic speaker, even if others wrote his speeches for him. Believing strongly in the virtue of his goals, Mirabeau was unafraid of attacking powerful figures, such as the monarchy. When the National Constituent Assembly convened, he would rarely yield the floor for other politicians to speak. Abstergo Entertainment employee Robert Fraser claimed that, "Despite human weaknesses, he grasps the potential of human greatness."
At times, however, he could also be ambitious and vain, erupting into angry outbursts when others questioned his sincerity. Mirabeau would frequently argue with the Assassin Council, as well as King Louis and the National Constituent Assembly, believing their intelligence below his while remaining highly confident in his own skills as a politician and negotiator. Among the Council, he was one of the few who held faith in Arno Dorian. While the other members scolded Arno for assassinating Chrétien Lafrenière without consulting them, Mirabeau calmly and constructively criticized the young Assassin for his actions. This welcoming and friendly demeanor also earned him the trust of many, including his fellow Assassin Charles Dorian and even the Templar Grand Master François de la Serre. Upon meeting Mirabeau, de la Serre's daughter, Élise, noted that "he had kind trustworthy eyes and I liked him at once".
In regards to both politics and the Brotherhood, Mirabeau was a shrewd and pragmatic moderate. A confidante of Grand Master de la Serre, he sought peace between the two Orders, and was reluctant to act aggressively against the Templars. He also made secret deals with King Louis in order to repay his own debts and ensure that the revolution would not become violent, and gladly accepted Élise de la Serre's offer to cooperate. This approach was met with some skepticism from the Council, Pierre Bellec in particular. Bellec regarded Mirabeau as a traitor to the Assassins for negotiating with the Templars and prioritizing the outcome of the revolution above the destruction of the Brotherhood's age-old enemies.
- Assassin's Creed: Initiates （仅提及）
- Assassin's Creed: Unity （首次登场）
- Assassin's Creed: Unity novel
- Assassin's Creed Unity: Abstergo Entertainment – Employee Handbook
- Assassin's Creed: Unity companion app （仅提及）
- ↑ 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 1.11 1.12 1.13 1.14 1.15 1.16 1.17 1.18 1.19 1.20 1.21 1.22 1.23 1.24 1.25 1.26 1.27 1.28 1.29 1.30 1.31 1.32 1.33 1.34 1.35 1.36 1.37 1.38 1.39 1.40 1.41 Assassin's Creed: Unity
- ↑ 2.00 2.01 2.02 2.03 2.04 2.05 2.06 2.07 2.08 2.09 2.10 2.11 Assassin's Creed Unity: Abstergo Entertainment - Employee Handbook
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 Project Widow
- ↑ 4.0 4.1 4.2 Assassin's Creed: Unity novel
- ↑ Assassin's Creed: Initiates - Letters to the Dead
- ↑ Assassin's Creed: Unity companion app