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Captain Liam Monro Cormac was the Oldest son of the Grandmaster Templar Shay Patrick Cormac and half brother to American AssassinHaytham. Liam was a Templar who joined the U.S Navy shortly after his father's death at the hands of the Assassin Achilles "Dyami" Kenway in 1805. After four years serving under Samuel Wilson on his ship, The Abstergo Liam, he became a privateer and Captain of the Morrigan II.

Liam "Monro" Cormac
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Biographical information

1780 Paris, France


1847 London, England

Political information


U.S Navy(1806-1811)

Crew of the Abstergo(1806-1809)

Crew of the Morrigan II(1810-1811)

Knights Fleet(1806-1811)

Real-world information


Liam was born in 1780 in, France where his father and mother were forced to stay until the war in the colonies had ended. After the war was over, they spent four years in France until 1784, when his father took him and his mother to live in America.

Induction into the Order[]

When Liam turned 16, his father Shay had told him all about the Templar Order and their greatest enemies, the Assassins. Liam wasn't officially inducted into the Order until 1801.

Death of his Father[]

Later in 1805, he, his father, and other Templars met in his father's manor in New York. Shortly after the meeting had ended, he left with Samuel Wilson to take about a possible career in the U.S Navy. When he returned to the manor, he found his father, Shay Patrick Cormac, lying dead on the floor. Liam, thinking that the Assassin Connor had something to do with it, vowed to take revenge on the old Assassin.

U.S Navy[]

Shortly after his father's death, he joined the Navy in 1806, serving under fellow Templar Samuel Wilson aboard his ship, the "USS Abstergo". But after serving under him and the navy for four years, he became a privateer and Captaining his ship, which he named the Morrigan II in 1810.

Revenge and Desertion[]

In 1811, Liam was tasked with protecting a merchant ship but ultimately disobeyed orders and set sailed to the Davenport Homestead to exact revenge on the Assassins. Once he had arrived in the Homestead, he fired Motors at the harbor damaging the Altair, but once the assassin Achilles "Dyami" Kenway had gotten the Altair all-out naval war broke out. After a long, intense battle, the Morrigan II was severely damaged, so Liam had to beach the ship in the shallow waters. Liam, escaping with his crew, ran for his life, but he saw the Assassin Connor chasing after him as he ran. Liam, with the training of his father, Shay was nearly successful in killing the Assassin Mentor. But was ultimately saved by his son Achilles. After Achilles wounded Liam, he was saved by his crew and ran with his life. The Assassin Mentor Connor had sent a tip to the military that revealed where Liam was heading. He was arrested, and not soon after, he was scheduled to be hung but with his connections to Samuel Wilson and John Starrick and with the War of 1812. He was only imprisoned for eight years after the war.

Later in Life and Death[]

When Liam was released, he left the Order and moved to Great Britain, where he had a family, spending the rest of his days doing his best to avoid the Templar-Assassin War. In 1847 avoiding the war did Liam no good because he was killed by the Assassin Ethan Frye who had still thought he was a Master Templar because of an old message sent to his father years ago.


    • He is named after Liam, his father's formal friend when his father was an Assassin, and he also named after Master Templar George Monro, who was like a mentor to his father when he was betrayed by the Assassins in the Seven Years and was the man who inspired him to become a Templar.
    • Liam's and his half-brother's names are ironic because Liam is a Master Templar and is named after an Assassin while Haytham is an Assassin named after the first Grandmaster Templar in the Colonials.