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* DevelopersForesight:If the player opts to put the quest on hold after getting the scroll from Gamilat, and go get the daggers of Toth, and equip then when facing Ptahmose, he'll remark upon Bayek having the treasure he spent so much time hunting.

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* DevelopersForesight:If DevelopersForesight: If the player opts to put the quest on hold after getting the scroll from Gamilat, and go get the daggers of Toth, and equip then when facing Ptahmose, he'll remark upon Bayek having the treasure that he spent so much time hunting.


A Roman General in charge of the Sinai Peninsula who was recruited into the Order of the Ancients by Julius Caesar before his death. Rufio intends to seize Egypt for the Order by deposing Cleopatra and Marc Antony.

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A Roman General general in charge of the Sinai Peninsula who was recruited into the Order of the Ancients by Julius Caesar before his death. Rufio intends to seize Egypt for the Order by deposing Cleopatra and Marc Antony.



* ArmiesAreEvil: He has ordered numerous villages to be set ablaze, with the survivors drowned, all from the comfort of his ship.



* InsaneAdmiral: He has ordered numerous villages to be set ablaze, with the survivors drowned, all from the comfort of his ship.



* CorruptBureaucrat: He is the Roman equivalent of a deputy general or lieutenant governor who's in charge of the slave operations in Sinai.



* CorruptBureaucrat: Extremely abusive towards the citizens of the Sinai Peninsula.



A Egyptian mason who oversees the pillaging of sacred sites in the Sinai Peninsula to provide funding and materials for the Order. He is also searching for the Shards of the Star.

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A An Egyptian mason who oversees the pillaging of sacred sites in the Sinai Peninsula to provide funding and materials for the Order. He is also searching for the Shards of the Star.



* DevelopersForesight:If the player opts to put the quest on hold after getting the scroll from Gamilat, and go get the daggers of Toth, and equip then when facing Ptahmose, he'll remark upon Bayek having the treasure he spent so much time hunting.



* DevelopersForesight: If the player opts to put the quest on hold after getting the scroll from Gamilat, and go get the daggers of Toth, and equip then when facing Ptahmose, he'll remark upon Bayek having the treasure he spent so much time hunting.
* PlayingBothSides: Has heavy ties to both Rome and Cleopatra, which he uses for the benefit of the Order.

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* DevelopersForesight: If the player opts to put the quest on hold after getting the scroll from Gamilat, and go get the daggers of Toth, and equip then when facing Ptahmose, he'll remark upon Bayek having the treasure he spent so much time hunting.
* PlayingBothSides: Has heavy ties to both Rome and Cleopatra, Egypt, which he uses for the benefit of the Order.


* AristocratsAreEvil: As founders of what will become the Templar Order, many of the members of this organization are influential citizens in their respective societies, consisting of [[CorruptBureaucrats government officials]], [[ArmiesAreEvil generals]], [[SinisterMinister priests]], [[CorruptCorporateExecutive wealthy merchants], and other social elite which have connections to the likes of Cleopatra, Ptolemy XII, and Julius Caesar as well as other royals in the ancient and medieval eras of history.

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* AristocratsAreEvil: As founders of what will become the Templar Order, many of the members of this organization are influential citizens in their respective societies, consisting of [[CorruptBureaucrats [[CorruptBureaucrat government officials]], [[ArmiesAreEvil generals]], [[SinisterMinister priests]], [[CorruptCorporateExecutive wealthy merchants], merchants]], and other social elite which have connections to the likes of Cleopatra, Ptolemy XII, and Julius Caesar as well as other royals in the ancient and medieval eras of history.


* AristocratsAreEvil: As founders of what will become the Templar Order, many of the members of this organization are influential citizens in their respective societies, consisting of government officials, generals, priests, wealthy merchants, and other social elite which have connections to the likes of Cleopatra, Ptolemy XII, and Julius Caesar as well as other royals in the ancient and medieval eras of history.

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* AristocratsAreEvil: As founders of what will become the Templar Order, many of the members of this organization are influential citizens in their respective societies, consisting of [[CorruptBureaucrats government officials, generals, priests, officials]], [[ArmiesAreEvil generals]], [[SinisterMinister priests]], [[CorruptCorporateExecutive wealthy merchants, merchants], and other social elite which have connections to the likes of Cleopatra, Ptolemy XII, and Julius Caesar as well as other royals in the ancient and medieval eras of history.



* ArmiesAreEvil: He's the leader of the Roman Gabiniani [[spoiler:and one of the Big Bads in the game besides his master Flavius]].



* EvilBrit: Just like his master Flavius, he has a British accent and definitely not a good guy to begin with.

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* EvilBrit: Just like his master Flavius, he has a British accent and definitely not a good guy guy, to begin with.



* BeardOfEvil: He has a neatly trimmed beard and mustache.

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* BeardOfEvil: He has a neatly trimmed beard and mustache. Needless to say, he's one of the evilest Templars in the entire franchise.



* TheCaligula: He's the proconsul of Kyrenaika and an abusive tyrant towards the common folk of the province especially with an Apple of Eden which he uses to cause numerous deaths and make himself a god. He's also Roman just like the TropeNamer though he chronologically predates him by two centuries.



* EvilCannotComprehendGood: For some reason, he thinks that Bayek could've been persuaded to join the Order eventually, despite the fact that they (and he in particular) killed his son.

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* EvilCannotComprehendGood: For :For some reason, he thinks that Bayek could've been persuaded to join the Order eventually, despite the fact that they (and he in particular) killed his son.



* HatePlague: [[spoiler:Makes the inhabitants of Siwa and Kyrenica go mad using the power of the Apple, in a disturbing precursor to Al Mualim's use of the very same Apple on Maysaf 1,238 years later, for reasons that only seem to amount to, [[ForTheEvulz "Why not?"]]]]

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* HatePlague: [[spoiler:Makes the inhabitants of Siwa and Kyrenica Kyrenaika go mad using the power of the Apple, in a disturbing precursor to Al Mualim's use of the very same Apple on Maysaf 1,238 years later, for reasons that only seem to amount to, [[ForTheEvulz "Why not?"]]]]

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* MeaningfulName: Unlike most members of the Order, her name quite literally refers to not just her animal motif but she has actual hyenas as her pets.


* NamesToRunAwayReallyFast: Most members in the Order have monikers and nicknames that invoke predatory animals (i.e. the Lion and the Crocodile).

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* NamesToRunAwayReallyFast: NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast: Most members in the Order have monikers and nicknames that invoke predatory animals (i.e. the Lion and the Crocodile).


* MultinationalTeam: [[spoiler:The Order is comprised of Romans, Greeks, Egyptians, Persians and even a couple of Gauls]].



* TheyLookJustLikeEveryoneElse: The most dangerous members of the Order are [[spoiler:the Crocodile, an elderly Greek woman by the name of Berenike who owns a granary in Faiyum]] and the Scarab, who is actually [[spoiler:Taharqa]], a beloved architect and family man from Letopolis.

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* TheyLookJustLikeEveryoneElse: The most dangerous members of the Order are [[spoiler:the Crocodile, an elderly Greek woman by the name of Berenike who owns a granary in Faiyum]] and the Scarab, who is actually [[spoiler:Taharqa]], a beloved architect and family man from Letopolis. Neither individual looks the slightest bit threatening which works as an element of surprise for their unsuspecting victims.


* NiceJobFixingItVillain: Their involvement in Khemu's death borders on Franchise/JohnWick-levels of villain stupidity. Let's just say that killing the son of a Medjay and his wife not only started a SecretWar that will last for millennia but it is the main reason why the Assassins even exist.

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* NiceJobFixingItVillain: Their involvement in Khemu's death borders on Franchise/JohnWick-levels ''Franchise/JohnWick''-levels of villain stupidity. Let's just say that killing the son of a Medjay and his wife not only started a SecretWar that will last for millennia but it is the main reason why the Assassins even exist.


* NiceJobFixingItVillain: Their involvement in Khemu's death borders on ''Franchise/JohnWick''-levels of villain stupidity. Let's just say that killing the son of a Medjay and his wife not only started a SecretWar that will last for millennia but it is the main reason why the Assassins even exist.

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* NamesToRunAwayReallyFast: Most members in the Order have monikers and nicknames that invoke predatory animals (i.e. the Lion and the Crocodile).
* NiceJobFixingItVillain: Their involvement in Khemu's death borders on ''Franchise/JohnWick''-levels Franchise/JohnWick-levels of villain stupidity. Let's just say that killing the son of a Medjay and his wife not only started a SecretWar that will last for millennia but it is the main reason why the Assassins even exist.


* HateSink: Second only to [[spoiler:Flavius]], Berenike is easily the evilest member of the Order since he's not only racist towards Egyptians and orders her men to ransack and burn entire settlements in the Faiyum region but she murdered Hotephres' daughter Shadya and felt absolutely no remorse about doing it whatsoever. Even during her death scene, she appears calm and very smug towards Bayek which makes her demise rather satisfying.



* WouldHurtAChild: She does not hesitate to drown a young girl in order to intimidate her mother. Especially noteworthy in that her own soldiers are [[EvenEvilHasStandards appalled]] by what she did, and the pair of gladiators working as hired muscle for her point-blank refused to do it. So she did it herself.

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* WouldHurtAChild: She does not hesitate to drown a young girl in order to intimidate her mother. Especially noteworthy in that her own soldiers are [[EvenEvilHasStandards appalled]] by what she did, and the pair of Gallic gladiators working as hired muscle for her point-blank refused to do it. So she did it herself.


* ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin: They are a secret order that has existed since the ancient era of world history.

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* ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin: They are a secret order that has existed since the ancient era of world history.times.


* MightyWhitey: He's an Ancient Roman legionary who was sent to Egypt alongside the Gabiniani to reinforce the rule of Ptolemy XII over his younger sister Cleopatra. He also adopted the native customs of Ptolemaic Egypt much like his fellow soldiers.


** [[spoiler:Caesar saves him from Bayek's wrath and decides he'd be a useful ally, letting him get off scot free for his previous actions. The next part of the game centers around rectifying that, with Aya eventually killing him shortly before Caesar's assassination.]]

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** [[spoiler:Caesar saves him from Bayek's wrath and decides he'd be a useful ally, letting him get off scot free scot-free for his previous actions. The next part of the game centers around rectifying that, with Aya eventually killing him shortly before Caesar's assassination.]]


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* MightyWhitey: He's an Ancient Roman legionary who was sent to Egypt alongside the Gabiniani to reinforce the rule of Ptolemy XII over his younger sister Cleopatra. He also adopted the native customs of Ptolemaic Egypt much like his fellow soldiers.


* NiceJobFixingItVillain: Their involvement in death of Khemu borders on ''Franchise/JohnWick''-levels of villain stupidity. Let's just say that killing the son of a Medjay and his wife not only started a SecretWar that will last for millennia but it is the main reason why the Assassins even exist.

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* NiceJobFixingItVillain: Their involvement in Khemu's death of Khemu borders on ''Franchise/JohnWick''-levels of villain stupidity. Let's just say that killing the son of a Medjay and his wife not only started a SecretWar that will last for millennia but it is the main reason why the Assassins even exist.


* NiceJobFixingItVillain: Let's just say that killing the son of a Medjay and his wife is the main reason why there are Assassins in the first place.

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* NiceJobFixingItVillain: Their involvement in death of Khemu borders on ''Franchise/JohnWick''-levels of villain stupidity. Let's just say that killing the son of a Medjay and his wife not only started a SecretWar that will last for millennia but it is the main reason why there are the Assassins in the first place.even exist.

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