- "The Templars and the Assassins have been in war for centuries; we will not see the end of it, however. But in order for future generations to feel the free will we fight for, the Brotherhood need the best of the best – they need skilled soldiers. If we recruit those who don't have any other wishes than to die for honor, the Brotherhood is nothing better than the Order we try to annihilate."
- ―Laurent to the Étienne-siblings on turning down one of their apprentices, 1791
Some time before the events of the Revolution, Laurent had been stationed in Le Havre by Mirabeau to recruit new members to the Brotherhood of Assassins. During his time here, Laurent met the Simon-twins, but refused to take them into the fold of the Assassins.
Laurent had served in the French Army at the end of the Seven Years' War, and with the outbreak of the Revolution he was ordered back into the ranks. Mirabeau told Laurent to go into the army, but asking to be stationed in the Paris regiment, and so he did. Serving in this regiment, Laurent was serving under Commandant Bonaparte, allowing him to spy on the latter.
Laurent also took the siblings Étienne under his wings and trained them to be Assassins.
Early life Edit
Born by mere workers in the city of Mouzay, Laurent into the city of the Brotherhood, Paris, during his youth. Finding himself born by mere souls, Laurent found the Brotherhood's Council a bit old-fashioned and naïve. Laurent's relationship with the Brotherhood and their Assassins was strained because og Laurent's beliefs.
Laurent's mother, Augustine, was a skilled Assassin that had a strong connection with the Council – initiating Laurent into the Brotherhood already at the age of 15. However, at the outbreak of the Seven Years' War, both Laurent and his mother would be sent out to carry out some affaires for the Brotherhood, while Laurent's father would fight on the French side by the side of the infantry of the French Army – losing his life to the troops of the Count of Schaumburg-Lippe.
Seven Years' War Edit
The Cultist Edit
Marcel Lémieux Edit
French Revolution Edit
- Laurent is the French form of Laurentius, meaning "from Laurentum".
- Mouzay is taken from the French commune in Indre-et-Loire