Assassin's Creed III/Characters/Multiplayer

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This page is about the playable characters that are found in Assassin's Creed III's multiplayer mode. If you want the character page for the main AC3 story, click here.

Lady Maverick (aka Gillian McCarthy)

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A Templar and a hooker, who is rotten to the core. Also, Gillian has an estrangled brother.

Tropes exhibited by this character include:

The Robber (aka Fillian McCarthy)

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Fillian McCarthy is Gillian's younger brother.

Tropes exhibited by this character include:
  • Hooks and Crooks: His main weapon of choice is a wonky grappling hook.
    • Jokes on his foes, since the hook is utterly good for climbing on vertical surfaces.
  • Name McAdjective
  • Street Smarts: As Fillian got older he developed ways to survive in the streets and being poor.
  • Street Urchin: It's because his sister thinks its a great idea to off Mommy and Daddy, so both McCarthy kids grew up in the streets.

The Mountebank (Aka Victor Wolcott)

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Victor is an doctor who uses both science and magic to acquire answers of the unknown.

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The Night Stalker (Aka Joe)

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Joe's a mysterious yet a psycho mercenary.

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Bear (aka Kuruk)

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He was a warrior from the Pawnee tribe when his older bro became the chieftain of his tribe.

Tropes exhibited by this character include:
  • Carry a Big Stick: His home made war club.
  • Double Reverse Quadruple Agent: Bear keeps bouncing back and forth from the Assassin Brotherhood and the Templars, to the point that his true alliance was lost in the annuals of history.
  • The Exile: The minute his brother became the chief of his Pawnee village, Kuruk was exiled.

The Carpenter (aka John O'Brien)

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O'Brien was one of the many immigrants that came to North America to begin a new life.

Tropes exhibited by this character include:

The Commander (aka Matthew Davenport)

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Matthew Davenport was one of the many British officers and Templar that served during the American Revolution and father of Eleanor Mallow.

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The Red Coat (aka Eleanor Mallow)

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Eleanor was the daughter of the Templar Commander Matthew Davenport.

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Coyote Man

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The Coyote Man was thought of one of the most deadly assassin hunters during the 18th century.

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The Hessian (aka Gerhard Von Stantten)

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Gerhard was a German Templar and Hessian who fought during the American Revolution.

Tropes exhibited by this character include:

The Hunstman (aka William de Saint-Prix)

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William was raised to be a well educated man by an aristocratic French Assassin family.

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The Independent (aka Alsoomse)

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When Alsoomse was a little girl she prefers to be a "lone wolf."

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The Highlander (aka Duncan McGill)

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The Scottish highlander, Duncan McGill, was exiled. So he arrived in the US with just the clothes on his back and his trusty sword.

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The Pioneer (aka aka Emily Burke)

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Just your average Frontier gal, who's out for revenge against the Templars.

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The Sharpshooter (aka Caleb Garret)

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After when his friends were executed alive by Templars, Caleb joined the Assassin Brotherhood.

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The Strong Man (aka Nukilik)

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Nukilik is an Inuit tribe chief, but when he heard about what happened to the Inuits in the south's troubles. He traveled all the way to assist them and the revolutionaries.

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The Preacher (aka Father Federico Perez)

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Father Perez is an 18th century Spanish pastor for the Templar Order.

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The Silent Shadow (aka Atasá:ta)

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Atasá:ta, who has Kanien'kehá:ka ancestry, was raised by his father to be an assassin. Though he grew up away from his tribe.

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The Governor (aka Bernardo de Gáivez)

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Bernado was a Spanish military leader, who served as Governor of Louisiana. He also help the mostly Assassin filled Continental Army, which made him a prime target.

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