Assassin's Creed: Changes
Early life Edit
Augustine was born and raised in Brest by Assassin-parents. When she became of age, Augustine was recruited into the Brotherhood of Assassins. Quickly earning their respect, the Council sent Augustine on mission only given to the most skilled Assassins.
The Silversmith Edit
At some point, Augustine met a silversmith named Léopold. The two was soon married, and they had a child short time after. During Augustine's late pregnancy, she had told the Council that she was going to Corsica in order to investigate rumors about a new Rite establishing themselves from the Parisian Templar Rite. The Council believed it, and Augustine gave birth to Laurent Mouzay on Corsica.
Seven Years' War Edit
Sometime during the Seven Years' War, Augustine and her son – now an Assassin – was sent to obtain an Apple of Eden the Count of Schaumburg-Lippe had been given by some Templar-allies. Augustine and her son retrieved it and wounded the Count, making him and his troops to return home for some time – making it possible for the French troops to follow and eliminate the Prussians.
- Augustine comes from the Roman name Augustinus, itself derived from the Roman name Augustus – meaning "great" or "venerable", derived from Latin augere "to increase".
- Mouzay is taken from the French commune in Indre-et-Loire
- Even if Augustine was given assignments only Master Assassins was to be given, Augustine never achieved this rank herself – meaning she was very skilled.
- Someone mean Augustine was given the offer of becoming a Master Assassin, but refused