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Aruhna Louverture
Biographical information

March 1526


April 1594

Political information

Caribbean Assassins

Real-world information
Appears in

Assassin's Creed: Purge (mentioned)

Assassin's Creed: Ashes (mentioned)

Aruhna Louverture was a Mentor of Caribbean Assassins during the second half of the 16th century.

She is an ancestor of Arbaaz Mir.


Aruhna Louverture was born in Louisiana from a family of French and Arab origins, her father was a former slave and then a slaver master while her mother was a French noblewoman. Aruhna lived her early years in the glitz and luxury of her villa in Houston but after her father's sudden death changed. Aruhna and her mother had to move to Martinique where they lived for about 3 years in the home inherited by Aruhna's grandfather. Aruhna came into contact with the Assassin Brotherhood and decided to join you when he was a 23-year-old. Aruhna trained by Dilham Tazim and after the death of the latter with great surprise, had been predestined to become the new Mentor.

Aruhna moved the Assassin's operational base to Tulum Island where Mayan ruins stood. Aruhna implanted the Assassins in Tulum and made sure that the Templars did not know anything about it. Templars were very small. Aruhna, 5 years after becoming mentor, had a relationship with a Dane-Norwegian Templar agent invited by Norway. After this news came to know in the Brotherhood, a messenger broke out. Some assassins believed that Aruhna had betrayed the Order but many others thought they did not. So Aruhna to prove his innocence was asked to kill the Templar.

After making this Aruhna again gained the confidence of his Brotherhood. After this fact, however, Aruhna decided not to deal with men in love affair and focus on his Mentor task. In his research in Mayan temples, Aruhna found an artifact that protected one from projectiles. Aruhna kept it in the Brotherhood's inheritance, thinking that he might be useful in some cases.

Aruhna died in 1594 and after his death there was a struggle for power.