Assassin's Creed: Brahman

Assassin's Creed: Brahman is a graphic novel set in the fictional Assassin's Creed universe.

Assassin's Creed: Brahman
Work in Progress Cover of Assassin's Creed Brahman.jpg
Date2014
Main charactersArbaaz Mir
SeriesAssassin's Creed
PublisherUbiWorkshop
Creative team
WritersCameron Stewart, Karl Kerschl, Brenden Fletcher
ArtistsCameron Stewart, Karl Kerschl, Brenden Fletcher
Creators[1]
Chronology
Preceded byAssassin's Creed: The Chain

Brahman is written again by The Fall and The Chain writers, Cameron Stewart and Karl Kerschl, and published by UbiWorkshop.

PlotEdit

The story follows the adventures of Arbaaz Mir (literally: The Hawk Aristocrat) as he faces down a foe who subjugated his land and people and who's now in possession of an artifact that may be a very powerful Piece of Eden.

Assassin's Creed: Brahman explores the nature of identity through several generations of Assassins, leading Jot Soora on a desperate hunt to uncover the mysteries of this past that might save the life of the one he loves in the present.

Jot Soora is a programmer in MysoreTech located in Bangalore. He is also the fiancé of Monima Das, a famous actress in India. It was revealed that Monima is the descendant of Arbaaz Mir. Arbaaz had courted with the princess Pyara Kaur (granddaughter of Ranjit Singh, the founder of Sikh Empire). MysoreTech has been assigned by Abstergo to distribute Animus consoles across India in an attempt to access genetic memories of descendant of Arbaaz Mir & Pyara Kaur living in India. Jot was found to be a descendant of a mute servant that Arbaaz had hired and accompanied with him in his adventures.

One day when Jot brought the Animus console home, Monima tried it on while Jot was sleeping and she was able to access her genetic memories where she found that she is a descendant of Arbaaz Mir and Pyara Kaur.

Game AdaptationEdit

Assassin's Creed Chronicles India, which was released in January 2016 is a sequel to Brahman.

NotesEdit

  1. ^ "Assassin's Creed: Brahman". UbiWorkshop.

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