James Cook in his Naval uniform
7th November, 1728
4 February 1779
Royal Navy, British Brotherhood
Captain James Cook was the senior officer of the Royal Navy in the 18th Century as a navigator, cartography. It seemed he also had connection to the Assassin Brotherhood through Arthur Pendragon, as he was the British Brotherhood. He had helped the British Brotherhood reach Australia in 22 August 1770 on the First Voyage. He had help Arthur to also map the southern coastline of Australia, calling it new South Wales. However, after 9 nines, James died at the hands of the Hawaiians at Kealakekua Bay.
James Cook is the ancestor to Alexander Cook.
- The real world James Cook had white hair, while this one had blonde.