Assassin's Creed: Bloodtide

Relive the Assassin's Creed experience in this Assassin's Creed RPG. Assassin's Creed: Bloodtide is a non-canon tale revolving around the storyline, and constant battle between Assassins and Templars. Follow your own destiny, in this epic RPG.
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Assassin de Maître

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Join date : 2010-01-28

Character sheet
Name: laigle-Dieudonné de France
Faction: Order of the Assassins
Rank: Master Assassin

PostSubject: Ranks   Fri Jan 29, 2010 1:50 pm

Templar (Includes Novus Unus Laboratories)

Grandmaster: The Grandmaster of the Templar is truly the man in charge. All Grandmasters are recognized by their subordinates as the one person who can, and will change the World, and bring peace to it in his/her own way. They have complete control over the Templar military, and political actions in the World. They have a great deal of Eden-lore.

Magistrate: The Magisters of the Templar work as the Templar's Council in all their political and militaristic affairs. Normally the only qualification for being a Magistrate is having a lot of power outside of the Templar's ranks. The Magisters are normally the ones to confront the Grandmaster, and issue the Grandmasters orders out to the subordinates of the Templar.

Ser[male]/Lor[female]: The Ser/Lor is a title. A title which replaces either your first or last name. A Ser/Lor is always a high-ranking Templar, with quite a lot of authority just directly beneath the Magistrate. They are normally the up-close armed forces, leading Templar directly against opposition. The Ser/Lor are all respected as Superiors to those beneath them, and they are honored amongst society.

Knight: The Knights of the Templar normally work under the command of a Ser/Lor. They are higher ranking soldiers then their subordinates, Initiates. There are more experienced soldiers [Knights] then there are Initiates.

Initiate: The rank given to a member in the Templar who just recently joined their cause. As an Initiate you don't have a lot of respect from your superiors, for it is a time of trial, to test your loyalty and ambition. They are all trained in some form of combat so that they can further their skills, and rank up.

Order of the Assassins (Includes the Modern-Day Assassins)

Master Assassin: The Master Assassin of the Order of the Assassins is in charge of all the Orders operations. Normally however, the Master Assassin needs to operate in secrecy, and isn't commonly recognized by the entire Order depending on how vast it is. However, normally the Master Assassin is recognized by the Assassin's of the continent he/she is located in, as their Order's commander. The Master Assassin has access to all the other Assassin Bureau's, and is known for his/her mastery over the Art of the Assassins, and someone who distinctly follows the Assassin's Creed.

1.) Assassin de Maître

Eagle: The Eagles of the Order of the Assassin's are the consultants to the Master Assassin himself. They normally have access to the Master Assassin, and vice-versa. When plans are being discussed, the Eagles will arrive, and consult. There is one Eagle in every Assassin Bureau, who are directly in charge of that Assassin Bureau, and all who are a part of it. They normally do all the elite, or top-ranked missions, excluding the Master Assassin himself of course.

Assassin: The Assassin's of the Order of the Assassins, are the most common assailants in the Order. They are the ones primarily responsible for carrying out the majority of their contracts, of their assignments, unless it is an elite, or special contract. One Assassin normally has two Acolytes with him. The Assassin aims to teach the Acolytes, and also needs the Acolytes for support sometimes. Often however, the Assassin tends to be a loner. A lot of Assassins also remain at their Bureau they were brought up in, in order to instruct Acolytes.

1.) Richter
2.) Roze

Acolyte: The Acolytes of the Order of the Assassins aren't disrespected, they just haven't proven themselves yet, and can't until they complete their training as Assassins, by Assassins. The Acolytes are the only members of the Order who are not given a hidden blade. It isn't until they become Assassins, and complete their training that they get one. They normally aren't sent on very many missions, however, sometimes it isn't uncommon to get involved with the Assassins, and work with the Assassins.
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