Aetos Spyridon
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Aetos Spyridon (1494 - unknown) was a Greek nobleman living during the Renaissance and, unbeknownst to most historians and philosophers, the Mentor of the Greek sect of the Assassins, a title which he held from 1517 - 1537. He was also an ancestor to Jason Cosmos.

A member of the House of Spyridon, Aetos remained unware of his Assassin heritage until his parents were murdered in 1502, prompting him to flee and eventually begin the long road to becoming an Assassin in 1504.

After several years of tutlege under different Mentors of various Assassin sects, Aetos became a Master Assassin in 1512 on his 18th year.

During his travels he came across another Assassin hailing from Lybia named, Anetta Castellucci and together thwarted an attempt to capsize all of Europe and parts of Asia by Russian tyrant and Templar, Vladmir Petrovskii.


Hector Spyridon and Cleopatra Kastaros


1494 – Born

1502 – Parents are killed

1504 – Aetos is apprenticed to the mercenary Bartolomeo d'Alviano and undergoes extensive combat training

1505 – Aetos spends a year under the tutelage of Renaissance genius, Leonardo Da Vinci

1506 – Aetos trains under the former mentor of the Greek Assassins, Nestor Argyros and learns advanced assassination techniques

1507 – Aetos is taught about religious affairs by Arsenius Apostolius, a Greek scholar

1508 – Aetos hones his stealth and free running abilities under the guidance of La Volpe, the leader of the thieves guild in Rome, and he also learns to pickpocket

1509 – During his time in Egypt, Aetos encounters a peculiar Egyptian man who trains him in a rare Egyptian martial art called “Tahtib”.

1510 – Aetos journeys to Rhodes wherein he volunteers to put a stop to a Templar conspiracy, which results in the accumulation of a Piece of Eden but with a cost… Aetos is injured due to recklessness and impatience.

1511 – Fully recovered, Aetos spends time in Rhodes learning to manage business under the guidance of Nestor Argyros while also regaining his physical fitness in sheer and extensive combat and free running training.

1512 – Is appointed to Master Assassin after eight long years of training.

1513 – Participates in the Hvar Rebellion as surprise reinforcement, primarily fighting for the Republic of Venice on orders of the Greek Assassin mentor, Nestor.

1514 – While in Rome Aetos encounters a foreign Assassin by the adopted name of Anetta Castellucci

1515 – Aetos’ close friend Markos Kolonomos confides to him of a Russian tyrant threatening to destabilize all of Europe

1516 – Europe has become a death zone; Vladmir Petrovskii has issued 12 lieutenants belonging to many sects of the Templar Order to instigate martial law. It takes Aetos and Anetta a full year to track down and assassinate all of them; most of the time splitting up to cover more ground.

1517 – Vladmir is assassinated

Personality and characteristics

Due to the trauma of his parents’ death Aetos is a very troubled young man with a knack for cynicism.  He has great difficulty becoming emotionally vulnerable or intimately involved with a person he cares deeply about.  However, Aetos was also shown to be a very confident and often times, smug young man.  This is shown when he becomes increasingly arrogant about his skills and abilities as a Master Assassin.  But deep down he is lonely and desires for more than anything for his parents to be brought back into his life as shown when he remarks he “misses” his old life.  Though Aetos possesses a great deal of trust issues and apathy towards others, he is nonetheless a chivalrous opponent.   Aetos is also shown to be quick to anger and will immediately become hostile to any who oppose him and this is seen when Aetos yells in frustration when his Mentor, Nestor advises him to control his anger.  Underneath his tough as nails exterior he is a compassionate being and tries his best to better the lives of other.




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