Why did Altair burn Al Mualim?

Why did Altaïr burn Al Mualim?

Description. Altaïr has killed his mentor Al Mualim for betraying the Assassins. Make sure Al Mualim is truly dead and that the Assassins understand why.

How do you defeat Al Mualim?

When you see Mualim in the distance, lock onto him and toss a throwing knife to hit him once. Hitting him with the knife will break whatever spell he’s casting that’s drained your health, and your health should quickly return to normal.

What happened to Al Mualim?

During this year, he temporarily resided in the Assassin stronghold of Alep. His second-in-command at the time, Harash, sold out the Assassin Order to the Templars, but he was soon killed by Altaïr. Shortly after this event, Al Mualim relocated to Masyaf.

What did Altaïr say to Al Mualim when he killed him?

Altaïr: I killed the last man who spoke as such. Al Mualim: Bold words, boy! But just words! Altaïr: Then let me go.

Was Al Mualim Templar?

Al Mualim was the leader of the Assassin Order during the crusades and was Altair’s mentor. On assassinating the last man Robert de Sable, Richard the Lionheart’s lieutenant and Templar leader, it is revealed that Al Mualim is a Templar himself and was having every Templar who knew of the artifact killed.

Was Al Mualim always a Templar?

Robert de Sable said that Al Mualim ‘refused to share’ which means he was templar and yet he managed to become the Master of the Levantine Assassin’s Order.

How does Assassin’s Creed end?

Assassin’s Creed ends with Cal, Apple in hand, standing on a rooftop with Moussa and Shao Jun, ready to protect his ancestor’s most prized possession from others who would use it for evil. With this ending, Justin Kurzel definitely left the door open for more chapters.

What do you do after the credits in Assassin’s Creed 1?

You just jump back to a location in the memories section and continue finding flags, etc. The best place to jump to is Memory Block 6, since from there you will have access to all areas of the map.

Is Al Mualim real?

A fictionalized version of Rashid ad-Din Sinan (referred to as “Al Mualim”, meaning The Mentor) appears in Ubisoft’s historical video game Assassin’s Creed, voiced by Peter Renaday.

What happened to Altaïr’s son?

Darim Ibn-La’Ahad (born 1195) was a member of the Levantine Brotherhood of Assassins, and the eldest son of its Mentor, Altaïr Ibn-La’Ahad, and his wife Maria Thorpe. After returning to the Levantine Brotherhood’s fortress of Masyaf, his family was exiled to Alamut following a coup d’état by Abbas Sofian.