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Third Crusade (Quest for the Chalice)
Terms and gameplay
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"The Hidden Blade has been a constant companion of ours over the years. Some would say it defines us – and they would not be entirely wrong. Many of our successes would not have been possible without it."―Altaïr Ibn-La'Ahad's Codex, page 13.[src]

Front and back of the Hidden Blade; extended (center) and retracted (right)

The Hidden Blade is the signature weapon used by the members of the Assassin Order, used for both stealth assassinations and open melee combat. It consists of a blade which can be discreetly extended or retracted from a mechanism worn on the user's wrist, sometimes utilized in conjunction with a protective bracer.

Over the course of known human history, the Hidden Blade remained the most versatile weapon of the Assassins, with several upgrades and variants of it appearing across the globe.


"The blade is designed to ensure the commitment of whoever wields it."―Leonardo da Vinci, regarding the Hidden Blade.[src]

Ezio Auditore with his father's Hidden Blade

The use of the Hidden Blade initially required the removal of a ring finger, both as a means of more easily extending the blade, and to show the commitment of the one wielding it.[1] As such, many of the early Levantine Assassins could be recognized by their missing fingers.[2] However, the blade's mechanism was modified in the 13th century – as outlined in the Codex of Altaïr Ibn-La'Ahad – so as to no longer require such a sacrifice, and to keep Assassins from being identified so easily.[3] Instead, from the Renaissance to at least the early 20th century,[4] Assassins branded one of their ring fingers (usually the left) during their initiation into the Order as a sign of their devotion to the Creed.[3]

There is no exact explanation for how the Hidden Blade works. Some of the earliest designs indicate a control apparatus wrapped around the hand. [citation needed] The Hidden Blade design would evolve over time; Edward Kenway stated in the 18th century that it is activated by a "flick of the wrist".[5]

However, despite their versatility and strength, Hidden Blades could be broken when struck with enough force. Several Assassins, including Giovanni Auditore da Firenze and his son Ezio, both had one of their blades broken in combat. In both scenarios, the blade broke at the wrist.[6][2] In 1715, Duncan Walpole's blade was broken in combat with Edward Kenway, although it was seen as more bent than broken.[7]


Early use[]


Altaïr with his Hidden Blade extended

The first recorded use of the Hidden Blade was dated during the 5th century BCE, in the area known as modern day Iran, when Darius used it to assassinate King Xerxes I.[3] By the High Middle Ages, Assassins were regularly outfitted with a Hidden Blade as part of their equipment. The blades saw wide use for assassinations, as they could be easily kept out of sight and allowed for quicker and stealthier eliminations.[1]

Following his rise to the position of Mentor of the Levantine Assassins in 1191, Altaïr Ibn-La'Ahad used the Apple of Eden to redesign the Hidden Blades so that they could be used without the removal of the ring finger, a construction that became common thereafter.[3]

Advancements in design[]

"Despite its age, the construction is rather advanced. I've never seen anything quite like it."―Leonardo da Vinci studying the Hidden Blade.[src]

Giovanni Auditore's Hidden Blade

By the 15th century, the updated Hidden Blade design was dispersed throughout the Old World. The mechanism no longer required a wrist "flick" to release the blade, allowing the user to extend or retract it without any hand movement. Additionally the weapon could be used with a clenched fist; Giovanni Auditore was one of the few known Assassins to use it in this manner.[8]

Through studying pages from Altaïr's codex, Leonardo da Vinci was able to provide Ezio Auditore with a variety of upgrades, such as the addition of a second Hidden Blade. The right to bear two Hidden Blades was thereafter reserved for those who had earned the rank of Master Assassin.[3] Later innovations to the weapon's design included a hook, most common to the Turkish Assassins of Constantinople,[2] extra blades, as seen among the Indian Assassins,[9] and the hidden footblade, utilized by the Chinese Assassin Shao Jun.[10]

By the 17th century, use of dual blades had become more common, as suggested by the large amount of such weapons collected by Julien du Casse. Slight structural changes had also emerged, as the blades used by the Caribbean Assassins, and the Colonial Assassins prior to the purge in 1763, were wider than those seen in 16th century Europe.[7] At an unknown point in time, former Mentor of the Colonial Assassins, Achilles Davenport, acquired a Hidden Blade which could pivot and be used in a manner similar to a dagger. He passed this blade on to Ratonhnhaké:ton in 1770.[11]

Modern times[]


Nikolai Orelov's Hidden Blade

During the late 19th and early 20th century, the Hidden Blade was still a part of standard Assassin attire, and continued to be commonly used in close combat. However, they began to decline in usage shortly after and were retained largely by high-ranking Assassins, such as Paul Bellamy, for purposes of tradition. They were also used as part of ceremonies, such as when Daniel Cross was gifted with a Hidden Blade by the Mentor in 2000.[12]

Regular use of the Hidden Blade, while uncommon in the 21st century, is still practiced in some regions. In 2013, members of the Onmoraki-Gumi, a yakuza branch taken over by the Osaka Brotherhood, wore Hidden Blades that were concealed by the long sleeves of their suits.[13]

While in the early 19th, the Indian Brotherhood used a Hidden Blade which could divide itself into three blades, as the one of Arbaaz Mir, by the 21st century, the Indians used again a new different design of the iconic weapon of their Order. Thus, the blade was no more placed under the wrist of the user but on its side and a touch screen was also added to the weapon allowing its user to activate the explosive device installed within his Hidden Blade as well as remotely detonate those of his fallen comrades. When in 2013, Jasdip Dhami activated the weapon of his dead sister, the explosion was so powerful that its destroyed an entire floor of a building.[9]



Altaïr performing a counter with the Hidden Blade

As its main purpose was stealthy assassination, the Hidden Blade could only be used in combat under certain conditions, and could not block any attack. Altaïr was only able to assassinate a guard who had fallen to the ground or become distracted.[1] He could also use the Hidden Blade in a counterattack; however, the time frame was extremely short in comparison to that of his sword and dagger. Successfully intercepting an attack enabled one of several different – and always lethal – counterattacks.[1]


Ezio using his dual blades in combat

The Hidden Blade became more useful in combat due to upgrades over time. The mounting of a metal plate on the opposite side of the blade allowed it to be used defensively. In terms of offense, when used together, the dual Hidden Blades were swift but less damaging in comparison to a sword, with more utility in suppressing enemy attacks. In addition, every counterattack with the Hidden Blades resulted in an instant kill, with only the narrow timing window as a disadvantage.[3]

Upgrades and adaptations[]

Encrypted Codex blueprints[]

"The device has begun to show its age – and so I have been researching improvements beyond ending the need to remove one's finger to wield it."―Altaïr Ibn-La'Ahad's Codex, page 13.[src]

The blade with the pistol and poison upgrades

In his studies of the Apple of Eden, Altaïr envisioned several upgrades for the Hidden Blade, which he wrote into his Codex,[3] and some of which he used himself.[2] Throughout Ezio's travels, he would acquire these Codex pages, and Leonardo da Vinci would build the improvements detailed within when Ezio presented him with a page.[3]

The first of these improvements was the addition of a secondary Hidden Blade, which was attached to the user's other arm, allowing an Assassin to kill two guards at once, either on the ground or from the air. The second was a metal plate on top of the primary blade's bracer that allowed one to safely deflect enemy attacks with the blades.[3]

Other Codex upgrades included the Poison Blade and Hidden Gun. The Poison Blade allowed Ezio to stab an enemy with a lethal dose of poison and leave them to die slowly, granting both a low-profile assassination, as well as a distraction to kill or bypass other enemies, while the Hidden Gun allowed an Assassin to make a loud but assured kill from a distance. Additionally, both blades could be supplemented with various vambraces, which acted as protective armor.[2][3][14]

Da Vinci[]

"I ask if he can arm a crossbow bolt beneath my wrist. He ponders for a moment and declares it possible, but expensive."―Francesco Vecellio asking Leonardo to create the Hidden Bolt.[src]

Upon his arrival in Rome, Leonardo envisioned further improvements to the Hidden Blade, such as a poison dart launcher, which allowed the use of the Poison Blade from a distance.[14]

Leonardo also designed and built the Hidden Bolt, a weapon that could fire small crossbow bolts, upon the request of Francesco Vecellio. As Francesco was only an apprentice at the time, Ezio had not allowed him to use the Hidden Gun, and so Francesco had devised a similar, though lighter, alternative.[4]


"The Hookblade helps you get around fast, surprise guards, and is not too bad in a fight."―Yusuf Tazim to Ezio Auditore da Firenze[src]

Yusuf showing the Hookblade to Ezio

The Hookblade was a modification of the Hidden Blade that was first adopted by the Assassin Brotherhood of Constantinople, from at least the time of the Ottoman Empire. Unlike the other Hidden Blade advancements, it was attached to the user's secondary Hidden Blade, instead of the primary. It consisted of both a curved hook and a regular blade, allowing it to be used for freerunning as well as combat.

Upon his arrival in the city, Ezio was introduced to this advancement by Yusuf Tazim, who instructed the former in its application towards both battle and travel. Primarily, it could be used during navigation in conjunction with ziplines that were installed throughout Constantinople and allowing the Hookblade in double assassinations on guards below, as well as allowing one to perform the "hook-and-run" which able Assassins to flip over enemies to avoid a fight, and "hook-and-throw" maneuver to pull targets in for a close-range attack, or throw an enemy onto the ground, and generally extend one's reach when climbing and leaping. Ezio was later so impressed by the hookblade's uses and qualities that he later praised the hookblade, remarking that the Assassins back at Italy would love and appreciate the hookblade for its strength and agility.

The Hookblade also aided in battle by allowing a wider variety of attacks or counters, as well as permitting one to "counter-steal", tearing off an enemy's purse with the Hookblade, provoking them further and leaving them open to an easy counterattack. or trip an enemy.[2]

Following this, the Hookblade could also be used to pull down scaffolds, subsequently slowing down or eliminating pursuers. This was particularly useful when done in conjunction with caltrop bombs.

Hidden Footblade[]


Jun utilizing her Hidden Footblade

First depicted in use by the Assassin Shao Jun, the Hidden Footblade was an adaptation to the Hidden Blade that allowed its users to maintain a low profile in areas where weapons were deemed restricted, as well as a method to surprise unsuspecting assailants with the combined use of blade and footwork, typically augmented through the studied use of leg-based martial arts.[10][15]

However, this tactic was not solely exclusive to the Assassin Order, as the French Templar and wife to the Rite's Grand Master François de la Serre prior to the French Revolution, Julie de la Serre, implemented the use of a Hidden Footblade in combat with two rogue Assassins, unknowingly employed to eliminate her and her daughter Élise on orders of the British Templar family, the Carrolls, despite Julie and Élise's association with Mrs. Carroll and her daughter, May.[16]

Pivot Blade[]


Ratonhnhaké:ton stabbing Haytham Kenway with the Pivot Blade

By the 18th century, the Hidden Blade had become an even deadlier tool, thanks to the development of the Pivot Blade, which allowed its user to rotate the blade 90 degrees and wield it like a dagger. It could be held either in a hammer or icepick grip, allowing Assassins such as Ratonhnhaké:ton to quickly stab, cut, and slash their enemies. It could also be dual-wielded alongside a sword, dagger, or a tomahawk, allowing defensive parries and fierce counterattacks. The Pivot Blade could then be retracted into the Hidden Blade orientation for stealthy assassinations. When Ratonhnhaké:ton hunted wild game in the wilderness, the Pivot Blade also made the task of skinning less tedious than it would have been with a normal Hidden Blade. This hidden blade could not be broken with an axe, due to its hardness, strength and flexibility.[11]

Phantom Blade[]


Arno's Phantom Blade

The Phantom Blade was a variation of the traditional Hidden Blade utilized by the French Assassins during the French Revolution, taking inspiration from crossbows to condense one into a wrist-mounted form, making it both fast and deadly at long range. The Phantom Blade could be loaded with a projectile blade or a poisoned blade that caused the victim to attack others, allowing Assassins like Arno Dorian a silent kill or distraction, with room for further refinement through the firing mechanism to allow two shots per reload.[17]

Trident Blade[]


Arbaaz Mir's three-pronged Trident Blade

Like other mechanically modified Hidden Blades, the Trident Blade was a variation known to have been wielded by the Assassin Arbaaz Mir, of which the outer compartment could open out in a three-pronged fork, revealing another blade nested within.[9] It could be theorized that the blade is altered in such a way as to improve defensive capabilities for parrying in combat situations, or for more gruesome assassination applications.

Shock Blade[]


Concept art of the Shock Blade

The Shock Blade was a type of Hidden Blade used during the 21st century, which instead of a regular steel blade was equipped with two parallel stings, which upon penetration into the flesh of the target generated an electrical arc, adding electrocution to the stabbing. By 2015, some Assassins were equipped with this new kind of weapon, and Shaun Hastings used one of those to ambush the high ranking Templar Isabelle Ardant.


"The assassin leaps! As he lands upon the senator, a weapon protrudes from his wrist. Pierces his victim's neck!"―Fiora Cavazza observing an Assassin's technique.[src]

In their study of the Assassins' methods and weaponry, several members of the Templar Order created their own variations of the Hidden Blade, though the mechanism and appearance often differed.[4] Additionally the practice was not exclusive to the Order, some existing instances taken into account.



Il Lupo's switchblade

The first known instance of this was in the early 16th century, when Fiora Cavazza and Baltasar de Silva tailed the Assassins of Rome, in order to take note of their techniques. They eventually trained Il Lupo in the Assassins' ways, and equipped him with a switchblade, a Hidden Blade variation that split into two parts, folding forward only when in use.[4] Lia de Russo also wore her own Hidden Blade, and though its mechanisms seemed to match that of the Assassins, it was worn on top of her forearm, rather than underneath.[14]

Corvix Blade[]

A replica of the Hidden Blade was designed by Demetrio il Silente based on blueprints stolen from Leonardo da Vinci by the Crows. These replicas bore the symbol of a crow's head and were the preferred weapon of the group.[18]


While disguised as a slave in Chichen Itza, Aveline de Grandpré was forced to make replica Hidden Blades by scrounging up knives, belts and wood.[19]


In modern times, during the second stage of simulations hosted by the Animi Training Program of Abstergo Industries, every recruit was given access to a variation of the Hidden Blade. The virtual weapon was also worn under the left forearm, but its blade folded along two circular joints when not being used.[2]


As part of the console stage of Abstergo Entertainment's Animus technology, the Animi Avatars contained within could use another variation of the Hidden Blade, this time possessing a two-part telescopic function to the mechanism.[11]


  • Patrice Désilets, one of the creative directors for the Assassin's Creed series, stated that the addition of a second blade in Assassin's Creed II also had a lucid reason: "it's Assassin's Creed II, so there [were] two blades."
  • Assassin's Creed: Renaissance and early concept art for Assassin's Creed II showed Ezio possessing three Hidden Blades; one on his right, and two on his left.
  • The original design of Ezio's second Hidden Blade in Assassin's Creed II was displayed as a brown glove, however, in-game, it was replaced with a second bracer. This was reverted in Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood however, where his second Hidden Blade included a glove, until a bracer had been purchased.
  • Concept art for the "Shock Blade", a modern version of the Hidden Blade, was shown in the Assassin's Creed Encyclopedia.
  • On his blog, Assassin's Creed concept artist Gilles Beloeil stated that the 21st century model of the hidden blade is much smaller, being 3.25 inches, yet still as effective as its older equivalents. It was shortened due to modern security systems, such as cameras.
  • It is unknown why the Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood box art, E3 Trailer and other official media including the opening cinematics of Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood and Assassin's Creed III depict Ezio with a secondary Hidden Blade bracer that is identical to his primary one, as in-game, no such second bracer exists.
    • The same happened with Ratonhnhaké:ton on the "Ignite the Revolution" poster and in the box art for Assassin's Creed III.
  • In early concept art for Assassin's Creed III, rope darts were integrated onto the Hidden Blade's bracer, envisioned as the "Chain Blade". This concept was later modified to be closer to reality, resulting in the "Chain Blade" being scrapped for a more reasonable alternative. This would ultimately be developed into a grapple hook for the Hidden Blade in Assassin's Creed: Syndicate used by the twins Jacob and Evie Frye.
  • The second Hidden Blade was marginally longer than the primary one in Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood.
  • Early images of Assassin's Creed: Revelations showed Ezio with a Hookblade on his left arm, rather than on his right. In these, the hook was incorporated directly onto the blade, rather than as a separate function.
  • The actual hook of the Hookblade resembled the head of an eagle, a bird frequently associated with the Assassin Order.
  • In various interviews and print media, Ubisoft Montreal stated that the Hookblade was intended to increase navigation speed by a factor of 30% in Revelations, in comparison to previous instalments of the Assassin's Creed series.
  • The Hookblade was considered for Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag, but Darby McDevitt, the lead writer for Revelations and Black Flag, objected as he wanted to dispel the stereotype of hook-handed pirates.
  • Unlike the Hidden Gun and Poison Blade, the Hookblade was applied alongside Ezio's secondary Hidden Blade, rather than as part of his primary one.
  • One concept art by Martin Deschambault for Assassin's Creed II showed two unimplemented Hidden Blade upgrades; a retracting arrow-shaped blade, and a retracting trident-ended blade for parrying weapons and disarming enemies. His art also shows two designs of the blade itself; feather-look, and normal blade with designed holes.
    • Noticeable differences with this concept and that of the Trident Blade aesthetically suggest that the design may have been used to create Arbaaz Mir's Hidden Blade.
  • In the E3 teaser trailer of Assassin's Creed, as well as in certain concept art, Altaïr could be seen pushing a button to operate his Hidden Blade. In-game however, no such button or other trigger mechanism existed.
  • In Assassin's Creed: Renaissance and the Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood novel, unleashing the Hidden Blade required the use of a button, via a certain muscle on the forearm being flexed.
    • The same mechanism also triggered the Hidden Gun if the user's thumb was pushed to the left.
  • In an Assassin's Creed developer diary video, Jade Raymond spoke about the lack of Altaïr's ring finger and the Assassins' initiation ceremony.
  • The Hidden Blade is a crafted item in Assassin's Creed: Project Legacy. The materials for its construction are 2 Coils, 1 Iron, 1 Hide and 1 Box of Components; the latter in turn being crafted using 3 Gears, 3 Screws, 1 Chain and 2 Sprockets.
  • In Assassin's Creed: The Secret Crusade, the trigger mechanism was depicted as a ring worn around a finger. Movement of that finger would cause the blade to extend or retract.
  • The closest novel adaptation of the Hidden Blade to the in-game version appears in Assassin's Creed: Black Flag, wherein Edward Kenway stated he had activated the blade by the tensing of a muscle that came from the upper arm as well as the forearm, and a simultaneous flick of the wrist. This is much unlike the ring-triggered or button mechanisms as mentioned in previous novels, thus more like the in-game Hidden Blade.
  • In Assassin's Creed, despite being equipped with a Hidden Blade, some Assassins, such as Malik Al-Sayf, retained all fingers. This error was later corrected in Assassin's Creed: Revelations.
    • Along with this, however, came another error. The Assassins retained amputated ring fingers even after Altaïr changed the design of the blade so that amputation was no longer necessary.
  • In Assassin's Creed, the Hidden Blade was used in every major assassination. Even if an Assassin began by attacking their target with a sword, they would always finish them off with the Hidden Blade. Later however, it was changed so that they could use any weapon they wished.
  • In Assassin's Creed: Bloodlines, if the PlayStation Portable was linked to Assassins Creed II, Altaïr's Hidden Blade could be upgraded to be able to block light and heavy attacks.
  • In Assassin's Creed: Altaïr's Chronicles, Altaïr could only use the Hidden Blade to assassinate an enemy from behind, if it was related to the story.
  • There was a glitch in the Assassin's Creed II mission "Practice What You Preach", in that if Ezio went to the blacksmith and purchased the Leather Vambrace, instead of practicing the new assassination techniques, he could acquire the second Hidden Blade before Leonardo had even made it for him.
  • The Hidden Blade could be used in Valve's Team Fortress 2 by the Spy class, under the name Sharp Dresser. It was available for those who pre-ordered Assassin's Creed: Revelations on Steam before 2 December 2011.
  • In Assassin's Creed: Unity and Assassin's Creed: Syndicate, the Hidden Blade was restricted to stealth assassinations only, being no longer available to use in open combat.
  • A similar device known as the "Hidden Bolt" was made by Leonardo da Vinci in the 1500s for Apprentice Francesco Vecellio. As he was not yet of the proper rank to use a Hidden Gun, the Hidden Bolt acted as a silent alternative which fired small crossbow bolts. This was very similar to the French Assassins' Phantom Blades centuries later.
  • In Assassin's Creed III and Assassin's Creed III: Liberation, some British and Spanish troops could perform an animation that was similar to the hook and run, which would temporarily disorientate Ratonhnhaké:ton and Aveline.
  • There are several cutscenes in which Ezio's Hookblade is not actually on his wrist. Examples include his conversation with Yusuf in "Setting Sail" and whenever he recruits an Assassin.


Concept art of a Hookblade
Concept art of Edward Kenway's Hidden Blade
Concept art of a chain blade
Concept art of Connor's Hidden Blade
Concept art of the Phantom Blade
Concept art of a modern Hidden Blade
Concept art of a shock blade
The Hidden Blade's Codex design
Numa Al'Khamsin killing a Templar with his Hidden Blade
Ezio Auditore testing his new Hidden Blade
Shao Jun's Hidden Blade
Haytham Kenway's Hidden Blade
Haytham with one his Hidden Blades
Edward Kenway holding a broken Hidden Blade
Arno Dorian's Hidden Blade
Arbaaz Mir leaping with his Trident Blade closed
Siobhan Dhami's Hidden Blade with auto-destruction activated

References[ ∙ Improvised weapons ∙ Long weapons ∙ ポイズンブレード ∙ 短剣 ∙ Smoke bombs ∙ 剣とメイス ∙ 投げナイフ ∙ Warhammers

フォルリの戦い ∙ 虚栄のかがり火

Assassin's Creed II: Discovery
Ezio Auditore da Firenze • Antonio de Magianis • Luis de Santángel ∙ Raphael Sánchez
Templar Puppets
Tomás de Torquemada • Gaspar Martínez • Pedro Llorente • Juan de Marillo
Christopher Columbus • Muhammad XII • Isabella I of Castile
Assassins (Italian Assassins • Spanish Assassins) • Moors • Spanish Inquisition
Italy (Venice) • Spain (Barcelona • Zaragoza • Granada • Alhambra)
Discovery in Spain
Terms and Gameplay
Animus • Animus Hacks • Genetic memory • Guards • Memories • Pieces of Eden (Apples of Eden) • Social Stealth • Wanted posters
Hidden Blade • Swords • Throwing knives

Desmond Miles • Lucy Stillman • Shaun Hastings • Rebecca Crane | Ezio Auditore da Firenze • Claudia Auditore da Firenze • Maria Auditore da Firenze • Mario Auditore • Bartolomeo d'Alviano • Niccolò Machiavelli • La Volpe
Rodrigo Borgia • Cesare Borgia • Juan Borgia the Elder • Octavian de Valois • Micheletto Corella • Il Carnefice • Silvestro Sabbatini • Malfatto • Ristoro • Gaspar de la Croix • Donato Mancini • Lia de Russo • Lanz • Auguste Oberlin
Pantasilea Baglioni • Lucrezia Borgia • Pietro Rossi • Patrizio • Nicolaus Copernicus • Leonardo da Vinci • Fabio Orsini • Duccio de Luca • Ercole Massimo • Salaì • Caterina Sforza • Juno
Doctor • Courtesan • Executioner • Nobleman • Priest • Prowler • Barber • Engineer • Blacksmith • Captain • Smuggler • Footpad • Mercenary • Harlequin • Hellequin • Officer • Thief • Dama Rossa • Pariah • Marquis • Knight
Abstergo Industries | Assassins (Guilds) • Civilians • Followers of Romulus • Guards • Hermeticists • Merchants • Templars
Monteriggioni (Sanctuary) • Rome (Castel Sant'Angelo | Colosseum | Colosseum Vault | Tiber Island | Vatican Vault) • Colli Albani • Naples • Valnerina • Monte Circeo • Viana • Florence • Venice • Secret locations
Terms and gameplay
Animus • Achievements • Bleeding Effect • Borgia towers • Cannons • Chase breakers • Customization • Eagle Vision • Economic system • Flying Machine • Heralds • Horses • Lairs of Romulus • Leap of Faith • Memories • Officials • Parachutes • Pieces of Eden • Ranks • Social Stealth • Side memories • Viewpoints
Crossbow • Fists/Metal Cestus • Heavy weapons • Hidden Blade • Hidden Gun • Improvised weapons • Long weapons • Poison Blade • Poison darts • Short blades • Smoke bombs • Swords • Blunt weapons • Throwing knives
Animus Project Update 1.0 • Animus Project Update 2.0 • Animus Project Update 3.0 • Copernicus Conspiracy • The Da Vinci Disappearance

Desmond Miles • Clay Kaczmarek • Rebecca Crane • Shaun Hastings • William Miles | Ezio Auditore da Firenze • Yusuf Tazim • Piri Reis | Ishak Pasha | Altaïr Ibn-La'Ahad • Rashid ad-Din Sinan • Abbas Sofian • Maria Thorpe • Darim Ibn-La'Ahad • Swami • Niccolò Polo • Maffeo Polo
Laetitia England • Warren Vidic • Juhani Otso Berg | Ahmet • Manuel Palaiologos • Shahkulu • Leandros • Cyril of Rhodes • Damat Ali Pasha • Georgios Kostas • Lysistrata • Mirela Djuric • Odai Dunqas • Vali cel Tradat | Vlad Tepes | Haras
Sofia Sartor • Bayezid II • Selim I • Suleiman I • Tarik Barleti • Dilara • Duccio de Luca • Janos | Jupiter • Juno • Minerva
Bombardier • Brigand • Champion • Corsair • Count • Courtesan • Crusader • Deacon • Gladiator • Guardian • Knight • Ottoman Doctor • Ottoman Jester • Privateer • Renegade • Sentinel • Thespian • Trickster • Vanguard • Vizier
Assassins • Mercenaries • Mongols • Ottomans • Romanies • Templars/Byzantines • Thieves
Atlas Village • Cappadocia • Constantinople (Constantine | Bayezid | Imperial | Galata) • Masyaf
Terms and gameplay
Abstergo Files • Achievements • Animus • Animus data fragments • Assassin Dens • Black Room • Blending • Book shops • Den Defense • Eagle Sense • Ezio Auditore's letters • First Civilization • Heralds • Library of Altaïr Ibn-La'Ahad • Masyaf Keys • Mediterranean Defense • Memories • Officials • Outfits • Pieces of Eden • Stalkers • Synch Nexus • Templar Tax Collectors • Ziplines
Fists • Bombs • Crossbow • Heavy weapons • Hidden Blade • Hookblade • Hidden Gun • Improvised weapons • Long weapons • Poison Blade • Poison darts • Short blades • Swords • Blunt weapons • Throwing knives
The Ancestors Character Pack • Mediterranean Traveler Map Pack • The Lost Archive

デズモンド・マイルズ • ウィリアム・マイルズ • ショーン・ヘイスティングス • レベッカ・クレイン | コナー・ケンウェイアキレス・ダベンポート • ロバート・フォークナー • ステファン・シャフュー • ダンカン・リトル • ジェイミー・クーリー • デボラ•カーター • クリッパー・ウィルキンソン • ルイス・ミルズ
ウォーレン・ヴィディック • ダニエル・クロス | ヘイザム・ケンウェイチャールズ・リー • ウィリアム・ジョンソン • トマス・ヒッキー • ジョン・ピトケアン • ベンジャミン・チャーチ • ニコラス・ビドル • エドワード・ブラドック • レジナルド・バーチ
ランス・オドネル • ライル・ホワイト • デビット・ウォルストン • エレン • ティモシー • ミリアム • ノリス • ゴッドフリー ・ キャサリン ・ テリー ・ ダイアナ ・ ウォーレン ・ プリューデンス ・ ウィリアム ・ オリヴァー ・ コリーヌ
ジュノー ・ ミネルヴァ ・ ユピテル | ガジージーオ ・ ガネンドゴン ・ ババ様 ・ ジョージ・ワシントン • ベンジャミン・フランクリン • トマス・ジェファソン • ラファイエット • サミュエル・アダムズ • ベネディクト・アーノルド ・ イズラエル・パットナム • ベンジャミン・トールマッジ ・ ポール・リビア • サイラス・サッチャー ・ デヴィッド・クラッターバック ・ リチャード・クラッターバック
猛き熊 • 大工 • 司令官 • 独国兵 • 猟兵 • 孤高の炎 • 異端者 • 薬売り • 追跡者 • 開拓者 • 神父 • 強盗 • 英国兵 • 狙撃手 • 沈黙の影 • 鉄の長
アサシンテンプル騎士団(アブスターゴ社)|植民地ア教団 ・ 植民地騎士団 ・ 英国軍 • 大陸軍(愛国派) • フリーメイソン • モホーク族 • 自由の息子達
トゥーリン ・ ニュー・ヨーク • サンパウロ ・ ローマ(アブスターゴ社)|ロンドン(ロイヤル・オペラ・ハウス) ・ ニューヨーク(ウェストポイント) ・ ボストン • フィラデルフィア • フロンティア (レキシントン | コンコード | モホーク族の土地 | モンマス | チャールズタウン | バレーフォージ | ) • ダベンポート・ホームステッド • カリブ海 (コスメル島 | デッドチェスト島 | ジャマイカ | マルティニーク島) • チャールズタウン • マーサズ・ヴィニヤード • ウォルコット砦 • 北西航路 • オーク島
フレンチ・インディアン戦争(ブラドック遠征) • ボストンの虐殺 • ボストン茶会事件 • アメリカ独立戦争 (レキシントン・コンコードの戦い |バンカーヒルの戦い | モンマスの戦い | ウェストポイントの戦い | チェサピークの戦い | ジョージ砦攻撃)
アブスターゴ・ストーリー • 実績 • 年鑑 • アニムス • 暗殺対象 • アキーラ号 • 紛れる • 大砲 • クラブミッション • コントラクト • 制作 • 二刀流 • 鷹の目 • 盗聴 ・ 経済システム • 砦 • 隠れ場所 • 狩猟イーグルダイブ • メモリー • エデンの果実 • ソーシャルステルス • ピボット • ソーシャルステルス • シンクロ • ビューポイント
銃剣 • 爆弾 (Trip mines) • 弓 • 拳 • 火器 • 重武器 • アサシンブレード • 機雷 • ロープダート • 短剣 • 剣とメイス(キッド船長のソートゥース・カトラス)(オプワンディヤグ・ウォークラブ) • 投げナイフ • トマホーク
ベネディクト・アーノルドミッション ・ ワシントン王の圧政(悪名 | 裏切り | 償い])

Agaté • Gérald Blanc • Aveline de Grandpré • François Mackandal • Ratonhnhaké:ton
Baptiste • George Davidson • Rafael Joaquín de Ferrer • Madeleine de l'Isle • Antonio de Ulloa • Diego Vázquez
Jean-Jacques Blaise d'Abbadie • Carlos Dominguez • Philippe de Grandpré • Houngan • Jeanne • Élise Lafleur • Roussillon • Gilbert-Antoine de Saint Maxent
Captain • Defender • Dragoon • Engineer • Gentleman • Guard • Highwayman • Lieutenant • Mackandal Bodyguard • Mariner • Marksman • Officer • Rogue • Sergeant • Thief • Warlord • Warrior • Zealot
Assassins • Templars • Spanish Army • French Army • Baptiste's followers • British Army • Patriots
Louisiana Bayou (San Danje) • Mexico (Chichen Itza) • New Orleans • New York
French and Indian War • Louisiana Rebellion • American Revolutionary War
Terms and gameplay
Animus • Blending • Dual-wielding • Eagle Vision • First Civilization • Forts • Freerunning • Genetic memory • Hiding spots • Horses • Leap of Faith • Memories • Officials • Social Stealth • Synchronization • Treasure chests • Viewpoints • Wanted posters
Bayonets • Blowpipe • Firearms • Fists • Hidden Blade • Heavy weapons • Machetes • Parasol gun • Poison darts • Short blades • Smoke bombs • Swords • Tomahawks • Whip
Alligator eggs • Assassins' coins • Jeanne's diary pages • Jeweled brooches • Mayan statuettes • Mushrooms • Voodoo dolls

レベッカ・クライン ・ ショーン・ヘイスティングス | エドワード・ケンウェイ • アドウェール • アー・タバイ •ダンカン・ウォルポール • メアリー・リード • アントー • オピア・アピート ・ ローナ・ディンスモア • アプトン・トラヴァーズ • ヴァンス・トラヴァーズ • アヴリーン・ド・グランプレ • Patience Gibbs
レティシア・イングランド | ラウレアーノ・トーレス・イ・アヤラ ・ ジュリアン・デュカス • ウッズ・ロジャーズ • ベンジャミン・ホーニゴールド ・ ジョン・コックラム ・ ジョシュア・バージェス • ケネス・エイブラハム • ヘンリー・フリント • ジン・ラン • ルシア・マルケス | Edmund Judge
ジュノー ・ ジョン ・ メラニー・ルメイ ・ オリヴィエ・ガノー ・ アブスターゴエンターテイメントリサーチアナリスト | アン・ボニー ・ バーソロミュー・ロバーツ ・ キャロライン・スコット・ケンウェイ ・ チャールズ・ヴェイン ・ エドワード・サッチ ・ エル・ディブロン • ヘイザム・ケンウェイ ・ ジャック・ラカム • ジェニファー・スコット ・ ローレンス・プリンス ・ ピーター・チェンバレン ・ スティード・ボネットトム・カヴァナー
Adventurer • Buccaneer • Cutthroat • Dandy • Duelist • Firebrand • Huntsman • Jaguar • Lady Black • Mercenary • Navigator • Night Stalker • Orchid • Physician • Puppeteer • Rebel • Wayfarer
ベンジャミン号 • エル・インポルート軍艦フィアレス軍艦プリンスジャックドー号 • キングストン • ラ・ダマ・ネグラ • レンジャー • リベンジ号 • ロイヤルフォーチュン • ロイヤル・ソブリン • プリンセス号 • アン女王の復讐号
テンプル騎士団 (アブスターゴ社) | アサシン • イングランド軍 • イングランド海軍 • スペイン軍 • スペイン海軍 • ポルトガル海軍
モントリオール | アフリカ (プリンシペ) • アンドレアス • バハマ (クルックド島 | グレートイナグア | ナッソー) • カリブ海 • ケイマン諸島 • Cayo Islands • キューバ (ハバナ | マタンサス | ジャグア城 | ボナビスタ岬 ) ・ フロリダ • ハイチ • ジャマイカ (ロングベイ | キングストン | 観測所 | ポートロイヤルl) • ピノス島・ ノースカロライナ (チャールストン) • Ocracoke
海賊の黄金時代スペイン財宝船団 • Siege of Charles-Towne • Attack on Ocracoke
実績 • タカの目 • 砦 • 衣装 • 船舶 (小砲艦 | スクーナー | ブリッグ | フリゲート| 戦列艦) ・ エデンの果実 (水晶の髑髏)• 泳ぐ • ビューポイント • 埋められた宝箱
吹き矢 • 大砲 • 火気 • アサシンブレード • 剣

Bishop • Shaun Hastings • Initiate | Pierre Bellec • Guillaume Beylier • Arno Dorian • Charles Dorian • Charlotte Gouze • Honoré Mirabeau • Hervé Quemar • Didier Paton • Sophie Trenet | Louis-Joseph d'Albert de Luynes • Julie d'Aubigny • Louis-Dominique Cartouche • Maréchal • Mireille | Thomas de Carneillon • Guillaume de Nogaret
Crimson Rose • Flavigny • François-Thomas Germain • Chrétien Lafrenière • Marcourt • Marie Lévesque • Louis-Michel le Peletier • Maximilien de Robespierre • Frédéric Rouille • Élise de la Serre • François de la Serre • Charles Gabriel Sivert • Roi des Thunes • Aloys la Touche | Jacques de Molay • Jacques de Molay's advisor
Jean-Baptiste Bernadotte • Napoleon Bonaparte • Désirée Clary • Georges Danton • Thomas-Alexandre Dumas • Chevalier d'Éon • Hugo • Charles Cochon de Lapparent • Antoine Lavoisier • Marie Anne Lenormand • Léon • Louis XVI of France • Jean-Paul Marat • Madame Margot • Marie Antoinette • Théroigne de Méricourt • Philippe Rose • Donatien Alphonse François, Marquis de Sade • Louis Antoine de Saint-Just • Marie Tussaud • Victor • Eugène François Vidocq | Clement V • Philip IV of France
Assassins (French Assassins) • Templars (Abstergo Industries | Parisian Rite of the Templar Order) | Austrian Army • Chouans • Cult of Baphomet • French Army • Girondists • Jacobins • Les Actes des Apôtres • National Convention • National Guard • Paris Commune
Paris (La Bièvre | Cour des Miracles | Île de la Cité | Les Invalides | Le Louvre | Le Marais | Le Quartier Latin | Ventre de Paris) • Saint-Denis • Versailles (Palace of Versailles)
Persecution of the Templars • French Revolution (Estates-General of 1789 • Storming of the Bastille • Women's March on Versailles • French Revolutionary Wars • 10 August • September Massacres • Execution of Louis XVI • Reign of Terror • Thermidorian Reaction • 13 Vendémiaire • Plot of the rue Saint-Nicaise)
Terms and gameplay
Achievements • Companion App • Customization • Eagle Vision • Eavesdropping • Genetic memory • Helix • Lanterns • Lockpicking • Memories • Outfits • Pieces of Eden (Apples of Eden • Swords of Eden) • Social Stealth • Treasure chests • Viewpoints
Firearms • Heavy weapons • Hidden Blade (Phantom Blade) • Long weapons • Swords
American Prisoner • The Chemical Revolution • Dead Kings • Killed By Science

Charles Dorian | Adéwalé • Achilles Davenport • Hope Jensen • Kesegowaase • François Mackandal • Liam O'Brien • Vendredi • Louis-Joseph Gaultier, Chevalier de la Vérendrye
Juhani Otso Berg • Violet da Costa • Melanie Lemay | Shay Cormac • Christopher Gist • William Johnson • Haytham Kenway • Charles Lee • George Monro • Samuel Smith • James Wardrop • Lawrence Washington • Jack Weeks | James Gunn
Helix research analyst • Elina Berg | Arno Dorian • Élise de la Serre | Le Chasseur • James Cook • Barry Finnegan • Cassidy Finnegan • Benjamin Franklin • Onatah • George Washington
Argonaut • Cauldron • Couronne • Equitas • Experto Crede • Formidable • Gerfaut • HMS Pembroke • Morrigan • Pilgrim • Sceptre • Storm Fortress
Assassins (Colonial Assassins) • Templars (Colonial Rite of the Templar Order | Abstergo Entertainment | Abstergo Industries) | British Army • French Army • Gangs • Stalkers
Montreal | France (Paris | Palace of Versailles) | Davenport Homestead • Forts (Baie Rouge | Blanc | La Croix | Louis | Port la Joye | De Sable | Soleil) • Lisbon • New York • North Atlantic (Anticosti Island | Burgeo | Fogo | Glace Bay | Grande-Entrée | Gros Morne | Halifax | Harbour Deep | Havre-Saint-Pierre | Lewisporte | Miramichi | Nerepis | Pearl Island | Percé | Port-aux-Basques | Port-Menier | Sept-Îles | St. Anthony | St. John's | Terra Nova | Yarmouth) • River Valley (Aarushi | Albany | Ash Creek | Black Ridge | Coeur-de-l'hiver | Dekanawida | Fleur-de-vent | Genessee | Greystone | Île des Pins | Lac Eternel | Le Bras-du-Seigneur | Lock Cliff | Marais Rocheux | Mont Saint Denis | Mount Vernon | Old Growth Forest | Or-du-Nord | Orenda | Otetiani | Red Bank | Rivière Aurifère | Ruisseau du Renard | Sleepy Hollow | St. Nicolas | Two Bends | Twin Snake Path | Vallée Verte | Vieille Carrière) • Shipwreck sites (HMS Miranda wreck | Le Chameau wreck | HMS Sapphire wreck)
Seven Years' War (French and Indian War | Albany Congress | Siege of Fort William Henry | Siege of Louisbourg | Battle of Quiberon Bay) • 1755 Lisbon earthquake • Colonial Assassin purge
Terms and gameplay
Achievements • Customization • Eagle Vision • Eavesdropping • Genetic memory • Helix • Lockpicking • Memories • Outfits • Social Stealth • Viewpoints
Air rifle (Poison darts | Grenade launcher) • Bombs • Firearms • Hidden Blade • Rope darts • Short blades • Swords
The Armor of Sir Gunn's Quest • The Siege of Fort de Sable

Assassin's Creed: Identity
Lo Sparviero • Mario Auditore • Ezio Auditore da Firenze • Niccolò Machiavelli • Leonardo da Vinci
Cesare Borgia • Pietro de Galencia • Demetrio Il Silente • Sirus
Assassins (Italian Assassins) • Crows • Mercenaries • Templars (Abstergo Entertainment • House of Borgia)
Italy (Monteriggioni • Florence) • Montreal
Night of the fireflies • Siege of Monteriggioni
Terms and gameplay
Animus • Assassin types (Berserker • Shadowblade • Trickster • Thief) • Guards• Helix Navigator • Memories
Hidden Blade • Swords • Throwing knives • Bombs

Assassin's Creed Chronicles
Ezio Auditore da Firenze • Shao Jun • Wang Yangming • Zhu Jiuyuan | Arbaaz Mir • Hamid | Nikolai Orelov
Gao Feng • Qiu Ju • Wei Bin • Yu Dayong • Zhang Yong • Ma Yongcheng | Alexander Burnes • William Sleeman
Altan Khan • Hong Liwei • Jiajing Emperor • Liu Jin • Yan Song • Empress Zhang • Zhengde Emperor • Zhu Zhifan | Pyara Kaur | Anastasia Nikolaevna • Nicholas II of Russia • Anna Orelov
Assassins (Chinese Assassins • Indian Assassins • Russian Assassins) • Templars (Eight Tigers • Chinese Templars) | Ming dynasty • Portuguese Empire • Mongol Empire | British Empire • Sikh Empire | Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic
China (Maijishan Grottoes • Macau • Nan'an • Forbidden City • Great Wall of China) | India (Amritsar) | Russia (Yekaterinburg)
Prince of Anhua rebellion • Great Rites Controversy | Sino-Sikh War | Russian Revolution (Shooting of the Romanov family)
Terms and gameplay
Achievements (China • India • Russia) • Animus • Animus data fragments • Eagle Vision • Guards • Helix • Memories • Outfits • Pieces of Eden (Precursor box • Koh-i-Noor)
Firearms • Hidden Blade (Hidden Footblade) • Rope darts • Swords • Throwing knives (Chakram)

ビショップ • レベッカ・クレイン • ショーン・ヘイスティングス • Initiate • ガリナ・ヴォロニナ | リディア・フライ | Cecily Frye • Ethan Frye • エヴィー・フライジェイコブ・フライ • レンリー・グリーン • ジョージ・ウェヅトハウス | Michel Reuge
イザベル・アーダント • ヴァイオレット・ダ・コスタ • アルヴァーロ・グラマティカ • ユハニ・オッツォ・ベルグ | Master Spy | パール・アタウェイ • Bloody Nora • デイビッド・ブルースター • カーディガン伯爵 • ジョン・エリオットソン • ルパート・フェリス • Lilla Graves • Rexford Kaylock • Victor Lynch • マルコム・ミルナー • Octavia Plumb • Crawford Starrick • クロフォード・スターリック • Edith Swinebourne • ルーシー・ソーン • フィリップ・トゥーペニー
ジュノー • コーンスス | Winston Churchill | Jack the Ripper • Nellie • Weaversbrook | フレデリック・アバーライン • Edward Bayley • アレクサンダー・グラハム・ベル • ナイジェル・バンブル • チャールズ・ダーウィン • チャールズ・ディケンズ • ベンジャミン・ディズレーリ • メアリー・アンナ・ディズレーリ • アーサー・コナン・ドイル • ウィリアム・グラッドストン • アグネス・マクベイン • カール・マルクス • フローレンス・ナイチンゲール • クララ・オディー • リチャード・オーウェン • ヘンリー・レイモンド • マクスウェル・ロス • ドゥリープ・シング • ロバート・トッピング • ヴィクトリア女王 • ネッド・ワイナート
アサシン教団 (British Assassins) • ギャング (ブライターズ • Clinkers • ルークス) • ゴーストクラブ • 最初の意思の使徒 • ガーター騎士団 • ロンドン警視庁 • テンプル騎士団 (アブスターゴ社 • シグマチーム | British Rite of the Templar Order)
Crawley • Croydon • London (City of London | Lambeth | Southwark | The Strand | Westminster | Whitechapel | River Thames)
産業革命 | ヴィクトリア朝 (切り裂きジャック) | 第一次世界大戦
実績 • Customization • Eagle Vision • Genetic memory • Helix • メモリー • Outfits • エデンのかけら (イージス • エデンの布) • Treasure chests • Viewpoints
銃 • 拳 (Brass knuckles) • アサシンブレード (アサシンのガントレット) • 毒矢 • 剣 (ケインソード • ククリ) • 投げナイフ
The Darwin and Dickens Conspiracy • Runaway Train • The Dreadful Crimes • Jack the Ripper • The Last Maharaja • A Long Night Out on the Town

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