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This article is about characters who appear in the historical portion of The Fall and The Chain, as well as other Assassin's Creed stories set in the Russian Revolution.
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The Assassins

     Nikolai Orelov 

Nikolai Andreievich Orelov

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     Aleksandr Ulyanov 

Aleksandr Ulyanov

The older brother of Vladimir Lenin, Aleksandr was an Assassin and member of the Narodnaya Volya who was friends with Nikolai. He was executed for plotting to kill Tsar Alexander III.


     Sergei 

Sergei

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"I am sure you don't mean this, Nikolai. You have seen things that no other man alive has seen, been given messages intended for the Order that must never fall into the hands of our enemies."

The Templars

     Tsar Alexander III 

Tsar Alexander III

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"I have power he never dreamed of. You can strike at me a thousand times and you will never succeed."

The Emperor of Russia at the end of the 19th century. While not a full Templar, Alexander was allied with them just as his father had been, and was entrusted with the Staff of Eden. He was the target of several Assassin plots to kill him, all of which failed.


     Grigori Rasputin 

Grigori Rasputin

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Rasputin was a covert Templar agent sent to advise and manipulate the Russian royal family in the early 20th century. He possessed a shard of the Staff of Eden, which granted him mystical abilities. He was killed by the Assassins on December 29, 1916.


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     Dolinsky 

Dolinsky

A Russian Templar tortured by Nikolai for information on the Staff of Eden.


  • Cold-Blooded Torture: Nikolai brutally beats him for information, but Dolinsky manages to resist. He is finally broken when Nikolai threatens to reveal the existence of Dolinsky's mistress and bastard child to his wife.
  • Slashed Throat: How Nikolai kills him once he has the information he needs.
  • Your Cheating Heart: He loves his wife, but still keeps a mistress, a fact which Nikolai uses to gain information from him.

Other Characters

     Anna Orelov 

Anna Orelov

Nikolai's wife and confidant.


  • Morality Pet: Anna tries to be this for Nikolai, moderating his grief and rage after the death of Aleksandr Ulyanov and their first child.

     Nadya Orelov 

Nadya Orelov

Nikolai and Anna's daughter.


     Innokenti Orelov 

Innokenti Orelov

Nikolai and Anna's son.


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     Nikola Tesla 

Nikola Tesla

A scientist suppressed by the Templars due to the threat of his inventions to their power, he is recruited by the Assassin Order to destroy the Staff of Eden as revenge.


     Tsar Nicholas II 

Tsar Nicholas II

The ruler of Russia at the beginning of the 20th century. Unlike his father, he is not allied with the Templars, and is attempting to move Russia towards a more moderate and democratic system, but is still targeted by the Communist allied Assassin Order.


     Khioniya Guseva 

Khioniya Kuzminichna Guseva

"Only through death can one be truly free. You will get me out of this misery!"

A former disciple of Rasputin, she was imprisoned in an asylum in Krasnoyarsk after being forced to disfigure herself by Rasputin after attempting to kill him. She is sought out by Nikolai to gather more information on Rasputin.


  • Bald Women: Whether it is part of the mutilation inflicted upon her by Rasputin or because they shaved her head in the asylum is unknown.
  • Covered in Scars: Her face is a hideous mess, as she was forced to mutilate herself by Rasputin, using the power of the shard of the Staff of Eden, after she failed to kill him.
  • Death Seeker: She seeks to die after being forced to mutilate herself and being imprisoned in a insane asylum for three years.
  • Go Out with a Smile: She made no sound as Nikolai pierced her heart with his hidden blade, simply smiling as she died.
  • Mercy Kill: She asks Nikolai to put her out of her misery after telling him what she knew of the shard of the Staff of Eden in Rasputin's possession, which he complied with.
  • The Noseless: Rasputin forced her to carve her own nose off when making her mutilate herself.
  • What Beautiful Eyes!: While Nikolai is horrified by her face, he notes she has kindly and mesmerizing eyes he cannot look away from.


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