Alice Travers
Alice Travers
Alice in mission
Biographical information

January 1942


November 2011 (69 aged)

Political information

Dane-Norwegian Templars (1962–1970)

Caribbean Assassins

Real-world information
Appears in

Assassin's Creed: Origins (mentioned)

Alice Travers or simply Black Travers was a Black Cross of Dane-Norwegian Rite of the Templar Order during the start of the Cold War. In 1970, she betrayed the Templars and became a member of Caribbean Assassins, thanks to Edmund Carter who had convinced Alice to become an Assassin.

Born to a family of Templars in Liverpool, England, Alice was destined to become one as well. As a 3-year-old, her family traveled to Norway because of her mother's job. In 1962, Alice officially entered the Templar Order and acted as an enforcer and then as Black Cross in charge of controlling the Danish Grand Master Thorben Midskov, in line with the Templar Codex. This task was given to her by the Dane-Norwegian Templar Council.

Under Grand Master's supervision, Alice collided with Edmund Carter and was finally convinced by it to turn the Brotherhood of the Assassins. Alice moved to the Caribbean with Edmund and was later elected as a new Mentor after Edmund's death. Alice, unlike his career as a Templar, had a brilliant career as Assassins Mentor until his death in 2011.

Trivia Edit

  1. Although Alice share name with the Assassin-family from Caribbean, their affinity is unknown
  2. Alice was the first Black Cross to turn from the Templar Order.
    • Because of this, Alice can not be considered as a very strong Black Cross
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