在亨利二世去世之后，王位由他的三个儿子继承，这一情况也导致了一段时间的动荡不安。而法国境内天主教与新教之间的宗教战争更是加深了这份动荡。尽管亨利二世的女儿——信仰天主教的玛戈与信仰新教的纳瓦拉国王亨利三世结婚一度团结了巴黎的新教领袖。但1572年8月24日，在一系列事件的影响下，圣巴托洛缪大屠杀爆发了。巴黎城内歇斯底里的暴徒们进行了对新教领袖以及新教徒的大屠杀。纳瓦拉的亨利三世侥幸逃得一命。1578年，连接西堤岛与塞纳河两岸的桥梁开始修建。这座桥名为新桥，又因法国国王亨利三世在两名男宠的葬礼之后才举行落成仪式而得名泪桥（pont des pleurs）。1589年，亨利三世被天主教狂热信徒雅克·克列孟刺杀。临终之前，他委任自己的妹夫——纳瓦拉的亨利三世担任他的继任者。
在亨利四世遇刺之后，他年仅八岁的儿子成为了法国的新国王——路易十三。他的母亲玛丽·德·美第奇则成为了当时的摄政王。她下令修建她已故丈夫的骑马像，玛丽桥也是在她的命令下开始修建的。1612年，她购买了皮内-卢森堡公爵位于巴黎的葡萄园及公馆，并请建筑师萨罗蒙·德·布洛斯为她修建卢森堡宫及宫殿花园。1622年，黎塞留枢机主教阿尔芒·让·迪普莱西成为了索邦大学的校长。鉴于校园建筑年久失修，他于1629年开始翻修工作。作为这些开销的代价，他许诺死后葬在大学的礼拜堂里。黎塞留还下令修建主教宫作为他的住所。从1624年起直至去世，黎塞留被路易十三任命为国家首相，负责巩固法国的中央政权，增强法国国力。在路易十三统治时期，巴士底要塞开始被用作监狱。1642年黎塞留去世后，他被葬在了索邦大学里，他的住所被交付皇室，改称“皇家宫殿”。路易十四坐上王位的时候年近五岁，统治权暂时由他的母亲奥地利的安妮摄政（Regent Anne of Austria）与国家首相儒勒·马扎然主教行使。马扎然去世之后，留下了巨额的遗产。其中，有两百万里弗被用来修建作为巴黎大学的四国学院。之后，科学在巴黎城内兴盛了起来。1648年，布莱士·帕斯卡用圣雅各伯塔进行了实验。1667年，巴黎天文台开始修建。1671年，作为伤残老兵医院的荣军院开始修建。17世纪时，玛莱区因贵族开始修建士绅府邸（hôtels-particuliers）而成为了引领潮流的地区。其中，1676年巴列门首席院长菲耶贝修建的菲耶贝府邸便是很有代表性的例子。路易十四刚即位不久，巴黎便爆发了有“投石党运动”之名的暴乱。这场暴乱导致路易十四不得不从巴黎出走，随后因认为巴黎人民不爱戴皇室而决定将皇家成员安置在凡尔赛，并将父亲的狩猎小屋改建成了宫殿，这座宫殿最后于1682年落成。巴士底也正式成为了监狱，关押造反贵族等政治犯。1686年，西西里厨师普罗科皮奥开办了普罗可布咖啡馆。这家咖啡店后来成为了巴黎城里最著名的咖啡店之一。路易十四下令修建旺多姆广场来纪念他的荣耀，并用他自己的骑马像作为巴黎城内的装饰之一。
与此同时，巴黎日渐成为国王权力的争论中心。很多启蒙学派的哲学家在普罗可布或摄政咖啡馆等咖啡馆里聚会，讨论政治与哲学。伏尔泰、狄德罗与让-雅克·卢梭即在此列。这一时期，部分地区出现了相当明显的贫困现象。据形容，圣马赛尔区有着“肮脏发臭的狭窄街道，破破烂烂乌漆墨黑的房屋，空气中弥漫着邋遢和贫困的味道，到处都是乞丐、马车夫、补衣匠、草本饮料贩子和戴着旧式礼貌的老绅士。”在圣但尼区，一个名为“奇迹之殿”的反社会团体组织起了城里的乞丐和边缘群体。这个团体的首领便是乞丐之王。美国革命时期，美国哲学家本杰明·富兰克林代表美国出使法国时也曾参加过这些咖啡馆里的讨论。1776年12月，富兰克林被巴黎的犯罪分子盯上了。但曾为刺客的圣殿骑士谢伊·科马克伸手相助，救下了他。富兰克林为了报答谢伊，答应带谢伊一同前往凡尔赛宫。谢伊找到了在宫里碰头的刺客，刺杀了刺客夏尔·多里安，夺走了先行者之盒。1782年，警督蒂鲁·德·夸纳（Thiroux de Crosne）派人将六百万具已经腐烂的尸体从巴黎已经爆满的公墓中迁出，安葬到了巴黎的地下采石场。巴黎地下采石场从此成为巴黎地下陵墓。1783年，第一台热气球飞行器在巴黎进行测试。自路易十六即位到1789年，共有16家新剧院在剧院大道（Boulevard des théâtres）上开张。
即便在国民议会废除法国贵族及教会的特权之后，巴黎的很多人还是在挨饿。1789年10月5日，戴洛瓦涅·德·梅丽古尔带领巴黎大堂的妇女进行了一场向凡尔赛宫进发的游行。听命于日耳曼的圣殿骑士想在游行过程中煽风点火，盯上了梅丽古尔。刺客们保护了梅丽古尔，并破坏了用来对抗群众的火炮。皇室成员因为这场游行而不得不迁回巴黎，住进了杜伊勒里宫。国民议会的驻地就在离杜伊勒里宫不远的马场厅（Salle du Manège）。10月5日夜里，日耳曼刺杀了巴黎最后一个忠于德·拉塞尔的圣殿骑士。在战斗中，埃莉斯不得不跳进塞纳河里，逃得一条生路。
在巴士底狱被攻占之后，国民议会投票决定拆除巴士底狱，用巴士底狱的石料来修建波旁宫到杜伊勒里花园之间的革命桥。许多政治俱乐部为了向人民群众进行宣传而先后在巴黎开办。日后被圣殿骑士吸纳的雅各宾派也是在这一时期兴起的，总部设于雅各宾修道院。巴士底狱被攻占一年后，为了巩固国王、国民议会与人民群众之间的团结关系，巴黎于战神广场（Le Champs de Mars）举行了联盟节（Fête de la Fédération），有三十万人参加了这场节日庆祝活动。
1791年，剧院咖啡馆几近破败。咖啡馆经理人，刺客夏洛特·高斯看上了成为了刺客的亚诺·多里安，让他来担任咖啡馆的新老板。While renovating the building, Arno fought Les Actes des Apôtres, a royalist faction which targeted the café. The Assassin also bough other cafés in the city to serve as intelligences gathering for the Brotherhood. After obtaining one of them, Arno accomplished contracts on thugs and Templars who controlled boroughs of Paris. At the same time, under the suggestion of Eugène François Vidocq, Arno investigated different murders through the city to arrest the culpables.
After de la Serre's death, the Templars had taken control of Paris, organizing smuggling of precious artifacts. Sivert also racketed nobles and clergymen, offering his protection against the revolutionaries. The Assassin Council tasked Arno to assassinate Sivert in Nôtre-Dame and investigated on the murder of de la Serre. After killing the Templar, the Assassin had the identity of the other de la Serre's murder, the Roi des Thunes. Arno infiltrated the Cour des Miracles and killed him. In his memories, Arno discovered that the two murders worked for a new Grand Master. With the help of the Marquis de Sade, who became the new King of Beggars, Arno found out that the weapon used to kill his adoptive father was created by Germain. Arno went in the silversmith's shop to interrogate him. Seeing that Arno didn't known he was a Templar, Germain manipulated Arno and told him that it was Chrétien Lafrenière who asked him to forged the weapon and that he prepared an attack. The Assassin followed this lead and destroyed the gunpowder stock of Lafrenière in the Halle aux Blés. At the night, Arno killed Lafrenière in the old Holy Innocents' Cemetery, during a reunion with Templars who were loyal to de la Serre. Arno understood his mistake after seeing that Lafrenière tried to save the Grand Master.
After the death of Lafrenière, Germain and his followers organized their plan to starve the population of Paris and overthrown the King. They also planned to kill Élise de la Serre. Arno, who eavesdropped the meeting, saved Élise from the radical Templars. The two step-siblings decided to investigate together de la Serre's death with the help of the Brotherhood. Élise revealed to Arno that Germain was a Templar and they found proof that he was the mastermind of the plot. While Arno wanted to inform the Mentor Mirabeau about that, Pierre Bellec killed the Mentor to impeach the peace between the Templars and the Assassins. After discovering that, Arno was forced to fight Bellec in the Sainte-Chapelle and finish him after wounding his mentor. With two of their members dead, the Council refused to ally with Élise and Arno was forbidden to investigate the murder of de la Serre. Mirabeau was buried in the church St Genevieve, which became the Panthéon, a secular mausoleum for the great men and women of the nation.
In June 1791, the Royal family tried to flee Paris to Varennes to begin a counter revolution, but they were recognized in the tavern and were forced to return in the city. This act angered the population and a manifestation against the King occured in the Tuileries which were repressed by the Marquis de la Fayette. In 1792, as France entered in war against the Austrian Empire, the Parisian population was suspicious about the real intention of the King. Furthermore, the city was starving because of the actions of Marie Lévesque and Madame Flavigny, two Templars working for Germain. Théroigne de Méricourt investigated on the food hoarding and with the help of the Assassins stopped a part of before the members of the Brotherhood assassinated Flavigny. In June, the Sans-Culottes broke in the Palace of Tuileries and forced the King to wear a phrygian cap and to toast the nation with a glass of wine.
The 9 August, the Commune of Paris led by the Jacobins took the arms against the King, and the 10 August, stormed the Tuileries Palace. The King fled the palace while the Swiss Guards fought the crowd. As the King was in possession of letters from the late Mentor Mirabeau, the Council sent Arno in the Palace to destroy the documents before they fell in the wrong hands. During his searching in the palace, Arno encountered Napoleon Bonaparte, an soldier who looking for a key which can open an Isu Temple in Saint-Denis possessed by the King. The two accomplished their task before fleing the palace as Frédéric Rouille, one of Germain's follower, arrived to recover document which proved the alliance between the King and the Austrians. As the King arrived in the Salle du Manège, the Constitutionnal Assembly declared the monarchy illegal and the royal family was arrested and sent to the Temple of Paris.
With no king, the Constitutionnal Assembly became the National Convention with a strong influence of the Commune of Paris. An Austrian spy ring led by the Comte de Gambais and Vicomte de Gambais tried to prepare an invasion of Paris by the Austrian forces. The 2 September, the Minister of Justice Georges Danton delivered a speech before the Convention, calling for "more audacity" in the face of overwhelming odds against Austria. After the speech, Danton lured one of the spy in the trap but the spy tried to kill Danton. Two Assassins saved Danton and killed the two leaders of the spy ring. With a treat of an royalist uprising in Paris, political leader as Jean-Paul Marat called the population to slaughter royalist-affiliated and the prisonners in the city. The September Massacres began in the Abbey of Saint-Germain-des-Prés and spread through Paris, as in the the Salpêtrière Hospital or the Château de la Tournelle. Frédéric Rouille led the attack on the Grand Châtelet, killing and decapitating the warden's brother. Arno infiltrated the prison and assassinated Rouille without the permission of the Council. Thousand of persons were killed in Paris during the massacre. Some weeks later, the Crown Jewel were stolen by thief and smuggling through the city.
Under the Republic, many monuments in Paris had their names changed to erase the royal legacy of France. The Place Royale became the Place des Vosges, the Place Louis XV became Place de la Révolution and the Plais-Royale became the Palais-Égalité. During the month of October, Marie Lévesque continued to hoard the grain entering in the city and stored it under the Luxembourg Palace to accuse the royal family to starving the population. Arno and Élise worked together to ruin her plan. During the party in the Luxembourg Palace, while Élise tried to move the grain, Arno assassinated Lévesque before her guests. The two flew the guards on the rooftops of the city with a hot-air balloon.
The 11 December began the trial of the King, judged by the National Convention. With the proof obtained by Rouille, the Templars had no difficulties to show Louis as an ennemy of the Revolution. On 15 January 1793, the King was declared guilty of conspiracy against public freedom and five days later was sentenced to death thank to the Templar Louis-Michel le Peletier who casted the decisive vote. After the vote, a party was organized in the Palais-Égalité to celebrate the execution of the King, with Le Peletier as one of the guest. Arno infiltrated the palace and killed the Templar. In his memories, Arno discovered that Germain would be at the execution. The morning of 21 January, the place of the Revolution was arranged with a scaffold and a guillotine, with Charles-Henri Sanson overseeing the execution the execution. The population amassed in the place to see the death of the King. Arno and Élise separate to search Germain in the crowd. The Assassin found first Germain who explained to Arno that his plan was succeeded and after that the King will die a New Order will come. As the blade fell on the neck of the King and the crowd exulted, Germain flew the place after ordering his guards to kill Arno. Élise helped Arno and ordered him to follow Germain but he refused to let her alone. As their target escaped, Élise decided to stop working with Arno to avenge their father death. The Assassin was also expelled from the Brotherhood for killing Templars without the permission of the Council and creating disorder during the King's execution. Louis XVI was buried in the Church of the Madeleine.
With the death of the King, Paris prepared itself for the attack of the european nations. Many churches were transformed in gunpowder storings. The Louvre was transformed in a museum and the Assassins stole masterpieces which were kept by nobles in the Luxembourg Palace. In the National Convention, the rivality increased between the Montagnards, who wanted to stop the war, and the Girondins, who wanted to continue the war but were more moderate on the Revolution. In 2 June 1793, the leader of the Montagnards Maximilien de Robespierre, who was a Templar working for Germain, ordered to the Commander General of the Paris National Guard François Hanriot to arrest the Girondins with the help of the Commune of Paris. The Assassins saved some of them before they were arrested and helped them to flee the city. As Jean-Paul Marat called for the murder of Girondins, Charlotte Corday, a sympathizer of the Girondins, assassinated him in his bath the 13th July. Arno Dorian investigated on the murder and arrested Corday who was executed four days later. Marat became a martyr of the Republic and was buried in the Panthéon. During the same month, the Templar General Marcourt plotted with other Templars a Coup d'État against the Convention to accelerate the Revolution in France. They organized a tournament in Paris to recruit soldiers for the coup. One of the conspirators was Thomas-Alexandre Dumas, an ally of the Brotherhood. He tasked a group of Assassins to infiltrated the tournament, winning the challenges and killing Marcourt and his allies in the Invalides.
In September, Robespierre and the Templars increased their control on France with the Reign of Terror. The Law of suspects permitted to arrest and judge anyone who were accused to be a counter revolutionary. During this month, the Templars arrested Jacques Roux, the leader of the Enragés, a radical revolutionary movement which advocated for food riots and more executions. They wanted to use him in the case of Robespierre fall. Many execution occured in the city. As the prison of Paris were full of suspects, like the Conciergerie or the Grand Châtelet, many monument were turned in prison, as the Palace du Luxembourg or the Collège des Quatre Nations. The Revolutionary tribunal was installed in the Palais de Justice of Paris and condemned to death many important persons as Jacques Pierre Brissot, Marie-Jeanne Phlippon Roland, Olympe de Gouges and Philippe Egalité. Most of the executions took place in the place des Grèves or in place de la Révolution. Even the Mayor of Paris Bailly was executed by a mob in the Champs de Mars. In November, the Queen was executed after the Gendarme Jean Gilbert foiled a plan of the Brotherhood to save her. The Assassins killed Gilbert for retribution.
As the Templars increased their influence in the city, the Assassins stroke back. One of Robespierre's spies, Didier Paton, discovered that the French government was infiltrated by the Templars and made a list of them, without knowing his master was one of them. He was condemned to death. The Assassins took his book and saved Paton who became an member of the Brotherhood. In February 1794, the Templars wanted to released Roux to increase the Terror. A team of Assassins failed to kill Roux in the Salpêtrière Hospital. A second team saved the first one and managed to eliminate the leader of the Enragés. Later, one of Jacques Roux's lieutenant tried to create a riot in the Hôtel de Cluny. The Assassins killed him. In March, Robespierre made arrested the Exagérés, led by Jacques Hébert, who wanted to further the Terror, and the Indulgents, led by Danton et Desmoulins, who wanted to stop the Terror. The Exagérés were executed and the 4 April, the Indulgents were led to the guillotine. The Assassins tried to save Danton but he accepted to sacrifice himself and asked them to save his friends who weren't arrested. The Assassins accomplished the mission. The same day, the Assassin killed Andrés de Guzmán, who participated in the fall of Girondists. In May, the Templars revealed that Mirabeau had a correspondence with the King and wanted to expose his ties with the Assassins by opening his vault in the Panthéon. Two Assassins took the relics of the Mentor before the Templars could recover its.
The 8 June, Robespierre organized the festival of Supreme Being in the Champs de Mars. Arno and Élise resumed their partnership to stop Germain and his followers. Élise poisonned Robespierre beverage with ergot to make him look like a mad man and Arno stole a list of member wrote by the Templar and delivered it to the ennemies of Robespierre. Believing that Robespierre wanted to execute them, the Convention arrested him the 27 July. The Commune of Paris rose against the Convention and saved Robespierre who took refuge in the Hôtel de Ville. Arno and Élise infiltrated the building and interrogated the Templar. After Élise shot in the jaw, Robespierre wrote that Germain was hidding in the Temple. The troops of the Convention captured Robespierre and his follower as Louis Antoine de Saint-Just and Hanriot and were executed on the place de la Revolution. At the same time, Théroigne de Méricourt led an attack on the Jacobin convent where Templars prepared their flee. A team of Assassins helped Méricourt to enter the convent and killed the Jacobin leaders. Arno and Élise confronted Germain in Jacques de Molay's vault under the Temple. The Sage used against them the Sword of Eden hid by Jacques de Molay's advisor. During the fight, a blast from the sword killed Élise and wounded Germain. Arno finished the Sage but even with his death, Germain claimed that in plan to control the population would succeed.
With the end of Terror, the royalists returned in Paris to prepared a coup against the Republic. Arno, who was reintroduced in the Brotherhood, helped the French Army to foil some of royalist plots. The 5 October 1795, twenty-five thousand royalists organized an uprising against the Convention. Before the Saint-Roch, with five thousand troops, Napoleon Bonaparte fired on the mob with grapeshot, taking the victory on the royalists. François-Joseph Carbon, one of the royalists, took a shot in the face but survived and decided to prepare his revenge against Napoleon. The event was known as the 13 Vendémiaire.
Under the Directory, the new Legislative body, the Council of Five Hundred, was installed in the Palais Bourbon. The Templars tried to infiltrate the Council to restore the Terror. Arno killed the Templars before they could be elected. After his campaign in Egypt, Napoleon returned in Paris with a Apple of Eden, an Isu artifact which could control minds of individuals. The 9 November 1799, with his troops and the Apple, Napoleon organized a Coup d’État in the Tuileries against the Council of the Ancient which recognized as the First Consul of France and promulgated the Consulate, ending the French Revolution.
Taking the power, Napoleon became a target for the royalists in Paris. François-Joseph Carbon, who wated to take his revenge for the 13 Vendémaire and organized the assassination of the First Consul. The 24 December 1800, they placed in the rue Saint-Nicaise an explosive device, the Infernal Machine, which would kill Bonaparte on his way for the opera. The Assassins, learning about the plot, killed the snipers before they could shoot on the Machine but one of them succeeded, killing 22 persons in the street without hurting Napoleon. While the Gendarmes investigated around the explosion, the Assassins tracked Carbon and his men and killed them.
In 1801, Bonaparte offered the Luxembourg Palace to the French Senate. In 1804, the First Consul became the Emperor of France and was sacred in Nôtre-Dame as Napoleon I. In 1808, Napoleon ordered the destruction of the Grand Châtelet and the Temple. During the destruction of the last one, Arno entered in de Molay vault and recovered the remains of Germain and hid them in the catacombs.
After the fall of the Empire in 1815, the monarchy was restored but a revolution in 1830 expelled the Bourbon from France, establishing the Orleans on the throne of France. In 1840, Napoleon I's remains were installed in the Invalides. In 1848, another revolution ended forever the Kingdom of France and installing a Second Republic which became an empire with Napoleon III, nephew of Napoleon I. In 1866, the architect Victor Baltard completed his massive glass and iron market pavilions in les Halles. His construction served as a model for the other cities in Europe. In 1870, The French Empire lost the war against Prussia, Napoleon III abdicated and the Third Republic was proclaimed. The population of Paris wanted to continue the war and established once again the Commune in the city. During the fight opposing the Commune and the Republicans, two major buildings were burned, the Hôtel de Ville and the Palace of Tuileries, the latter monument was completely erased.
In the latter part of the century, in the Belle Epoque era, Paris became famous as the City of Light and grew in size and economic power thanks to technological advances. Millions of tourists came in Paris to see the 1889 World's Fair and the new Eiffel Tower. Paris became the cultural capital of the world but anarchist groups organized terrorist attacks in the cafés and cabarets of the city. In 1898 began the construction of Paris Metro which was finish in 1900. Sometime towards the end of the 19th century, the Hermeticist Samuel Liddell Mathers, accompanied by the disembodied being of William Robert Woodman, met one of the Secret Chiefs in Paris. The Chief, who wore a ring marked with the Templar insignia, informed Mathers that his Order's partnership with the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn had ended.
In the 20th century, Paris suffered bombardment in World War I and German occupation from 1940 until 1944 during World War II. Between the two wars, Paris was the capital of modern art and a magnet for intellectuals, writers and artists from around the world. During the Nazi occupation, the Eiffel Tower became an symbolic battleground. The leader of Germany, Adolf Hitler, ordered its destruction but it was never done and Nazi banners were put on the tower. In 1944, the US fighter pilot Captain William Overstreet attacked a German plane over Paris. The German pilot tried to flee by flying close to the Eiffel Tower but he crashed his plane. Few months later, Paris was liberated with the rest of France after the Normandy landings, ending the Nazi occupation.
In the 1970's, Baltard's les Halles was pulled down and replaced by a concrete jungle where a glass canopy was installed in the 2010's.
In November 2013, the Templars acquired the corpse of John Standish, a Sage who worked in Abstergo Entertainment before be killed after he tried to use the body of an employee as a physical vessel for his lover, the Isu Juno. Using his genetic material, Abstergo Industries maintained a secret laboratory in Paris led by the Templar Álvaro Gramática for the purpose of the Phoenix Project: cloning members of the Isu Civilization to understand and control the pieces of Eden. As the Templars searched for other Sages, Abstergo Entertainment explored the memories of Arno Dorian to discover the remains of Germain. At the end of the year 2014, Templar initiate known as the Journeyman was sent to Paris to explore the Sainte-Chapelle to find secrets on the location of the Sage.
In October 2014, a team of Assassins led by Gavin Banks entered in the laboratory and destroyed the genetic material and the research of Abstergo. During the attack, the Assassin Galina Voronina destroyed the original Shroud of Eden by launching a grenade on Gramática, who survived thank to the Shroud. In November, Eric Cooper set up an Assassin headquarters in Paris to help infiltrate a data hub for the Helix, Abstergo Entertainment's upcoming cloud-based game service.
During the French Revolution, Paris was divided in seven districts.
- 主要词条: Île de la Cité
Situated at the center of the city, the Île de la Cité is one of the oldest district of Paris with a medieval architecture. Sorounded by the Seine River, the district is composed of two islands: the Île de la Cité and the Île Saint-Louis. Its most notable landmarks are the Palais de Justice and the Notre-Dame cathedral. It was also the district were the Assassin Brotherhood established their headquarters, under the Café Théâtre in the Île Saint-Louis.
- 主要词条: La Bièvre
Named after the Bièvre river that ran through it, the district is known for the multitude of tanneries and workshops. The area is also known for its extremely poverty. Its most notable landmarks are the Panthéon and the Salpêtrière Hospital.
- 主要词条: Le Louvre
During the French Revolution, the Louvre district became the political center of France with the royal residence of the Tuileries Palace and the Louvre, the Salle du Manège where the National Assembly met and the Palais-Royal where politicians and intellectuals discussed of the news in France. The Louvre district is also famous for the Gardens of Tuileries and the Place de la Révolution where many important figures as Louis XVI and Robespierre were guillotined.
- 主要词条: Le Marais
One of the richiest district of Paris, Le Marais counting many hôtel particuliers from the french nobility. The Hôtel de Ville is the center of the political power of the city. Contrasting with its french classical architecture, two medieval fortress of the Temple and the Bastille were still standing in the late 18th century, before been destroyed during the French Revolution.
- 主要词条: Le Quartier Latin
The Latin district, or Le Quartier Latin in French, is the intellectual and scientific center of Paris with the College of the Four Nations, the Sorbonne, the Observatory and the Café Procope. The district is also famous for the Luxembourg Palace and its gardens.
- 主要词条: Les Invalides (district)
The most rural part of the city, Les Invalides district comprised military buildings as the École Militaire and the Invalides hospital and the troops used Le Champ de Mars for military exercises. Les Invalides is also the home of the Palais Bourbon where the Five-Hundred Council meet.
- 主要词条: Ventre de Paris
Known as the belly of Paris, this popular district is comprised by many markets like les Halles with the Halle aux Blés. At the north of the district, the Cour des Miracles gathers the poors, beggars and prostitutes under the control of the Roi des Thunes.
- The sewers of Paris in Unity are anachronistic as they are based on the 19th century sewers.
- Assassin's Creed: Project Legacy （首次登场）
- Assassin's Creed: Rogue
- Assassin's Creed: Unity
- Assassin's Creed: Unity novel
- Assassin's Creed: Syndicate （仅在数据库条目中提到）
- Assassin's Creed: Heresy
- ↑ 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 《刺客信条：团结》- 数据库
- ↑ 《刺客信条：团结》-《列王陵》
- ↑ 3.00 3.01 3.02 3.03 3.04 3.05 3.06 3.07 3.08 3.09 3.10 3.11 3.12 3.13 3.14 3.15 3.16 3.17 3.18 3.19 3.20 3.21 3.22 3.23 3.24 3.25 3.26 3.27 3.28 3.29 3.30 《刺客信条：团结》
- ↑ 4.0 4.1 《刺客信条：传承计划》- 神圣科学：第一章－玛丽亚·埃米尔
- ↑ 《刺客信条：异端》
- ↑ 《刺客信条：传承计划》- 刺客契约
- ↑ 《刺客信条：叛变》
- ↑ 《刺客信条：团结》小说
- ↑ Assassin's Creed: Project Legacy – Divine Science: Chapter 4 - Frater V.O.V.
- ↑ Assassin's Creed Unity: Abstergo Entertainment – Employee Handbook
- ↑ Assassin's Creed: Syndicate
- ↑ Twitter - AC: Initiates