If you follow the story of Ubisoft's amazing game called Assassin's Creed then you know who this is: Altaïr Ibn-La'Ahad (Arabic: الطائر ابن لا أحد) (born 1165) was an Assassin living during the Third Crusade and later Grand Master of the Assassin Order. An ancestor to Ezio Auditore da Firenze, Desmond Miles and Subject 16, Altaïr was raised to be an Assassin from birth, obtaining the rank of Master Assassin by his twenty-fifth year. However, following his failure to obtain the Apple from Robert de Sable in 1191, and subsequently allowing the Knights Templar to attack the city of Masyaf, head quarters to the Order of Assassins, he was demoted to the rank of novice and sent on a quest for redemption.
Altaïr was born to Assassin parents; a Christian mother and a Muslim father. During his childhood, he was trained and raised by Al Mualim, and quickly rose among his brethren in skill, gaining status with his teacher and eventually becoming a Master Assassin and Instructor. Because of the rules of the Order, Al Mualim felt that love would make the assassins weaker, and his constant training, his parents never showed a great deal of love toward Altaïr, though he felt that they suppressed their true feelings for the sake of the Order and its cause. When they finally died, their son felt no real grief; their deaths were, to him, "Like the passing of two strangers". Altaïr comments in later life that Al Mualim felt more like a father to him than his real parents, even though Al Mualim's love was "weak and dishonest".
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