"We fight to obtain control, through control we are given the possibility to achieve order. "
―Na Xue Lin to Bai and Wei Yan Wong, 60 BCE
Na Xue Lin
Na Xue
Biographical information

c. 87 BCE
Suzhou, Han Empire


31 BCE
Fuyang, Han Empire

Political information


Real-world information
Appears in

Assassin's Creed: Civilization

Voice actor

Colette Stevenson

Na Xue Lin was the Grand Master of the Chinese Templar Rite, born to an influential family branch of the Han dynasty. Na had achieved this rank by eliminating the corrupt Grand Master before her in a most violent way; because of this, she gave herself the pseudonym the Warrior.

Biography Edit

Early life Edit

Born to Chinese nobles, Na grew up to become an increasingly skilled negotiator with a knack for languages. Her ambition eventually led her to turn her back on her family and marry the son of a General in the Han dynasty, whom her father opposed; in this way, Na came into contact with and became part of the Templar Order.

Receiving a position as diplomatic advisor, Na was eventually forced to abandon her post and flee China as a pirate due to a shift in political tides. Over the next decade she traveled the world, developing a reputation for brutality that preceded her in most conflicts. All the while, Na continued her political activities, banding with any who might aid her in achieving Templar goals. Her dedication to the Order eventually led her to be given the rank of Master Templar.

After discovering the Grand Master's schemes in killing the Emperor and take his seat, Na did not wait: she rallied a group of Templars and killed the Grand Master. After the election of a new Grand Master, Na was given this position. A Grand Master could not live on the oceans however, and stayed in the Temple.

Templar-affaires Edit

The Apple Edit

The rebellion Edit

Death Edit

Trivia Edit

  1. Na Chinese 娜 (nà) meaning "elegant, graceful, delicate" or other characters pronounced similarly.
  2. Xue from Chinese 雪 (xuě) meaning "snow" or 学 (xué) meaning "study, learning, school", besides other characters pronounced similarly.
  3. Lin from Chinese 林 (lín) meaning "forest" or 琳 (lín) meaning "fine jade, gem". Other characters can also form this name.
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