Assassin's Creed: Revelations
Assassin's Creed: Purge (mentioned)
In 1503, Ezio Auditore sent a group of Assassins to Constantinople, including Dilham, where they were able to retrieve the maps of the New World from a cartography lab. Recognizing that the Templars were already expanding their influence on the new lands, the Assassins quickly followed the cause. After these immigrant immigrants from Europe came into contact with indigenous peoples in the Caribbean, many residents joined the Order, finding similarities between their own way of life and the killer ideology.
By 1510, the West Indies Assassins were known to be located in Florida, where they discovered and protected the Fountain of Youth, which held an Apple of Eden. That year, the Assassins and Dilham welcomed the former slave and translator for the Spanish Army, Alonso Carlo, and his adopted son Miguel Ramón Carlo de Lugo, after their escape from persecution by Juan Ponce de León. In 1521, Ponce de León arrived in Florida searching for the Fountain of Youth, where he was halted by Miguel, which had been sent by Dilham. After Ponce de León refused to stop his search, the Assassins shot him with poisoned arrows, ultimately leading to his death.
After that loss the Templars lost their finder, as Dilham did everything to exterminate the Templars in the Caribbean as he could as the Spanish conquerors advanced in the New World. Dilham then died of drowsiness.
He is an ancestor of Journeyman.