The Nag (harvested from Angélique Ingur) was an Animi Avatar used by Abstergo Entertainment in their video game, Assassin's Creed: Changes. Her specialty weapon was her dagger.

The Nag (Multiplayer Character)
Biographical information

Unknown, c. 1749–1751


1819 (aged 68 or 70)

Political information


Real-world information
Appears in

Assassin's Creed: Purge Assassin's Creed: Changes

Voice actor

Mariah Inger

Character Background Edit

The Nag was a Haitian-French voodoo princess who was captured by French Pirates in the 1770s. She was able to use her charm and wits to escape and chose to stay in France. Whilst in France, The Nag found the Assassins and chose to join them and was a helpful member of the order during the French Revolution.

Unique Moves Edit

These are the moves performed by The Nag when controlled by the player.

(Low Profile, Front)

The Nag approaches her victim and unsheathes her dagger. When passing the victim, The Nag stabs the victim in the stomach and then pushes them down to the ground, leaving to bleed out.

(Low Profile, Back)

The Nag walks up to her victim and puts her hand around their mouth. Before the victim can scream, The Nag kicks them in the leg, causing them to sink to their knees then slits their throat with her dagger.

(High Profile, Front)

The Nag runs to her victim and stabs them in the chest. Then she jumps around them and then buries her dagger into their spine, causing the victim to fall to the ground and die.

(High Profile, Back)

The Nag runs to her victim and jabs her dagger into the victim's back, causing them to fall over. Then while on the ground, The Nag buries her dagger into the victim's head, granting them a quick death.

Taunts Edit

  • "You'll never see me coming."
  • "My dagger will slip into your bones!"
  • "I will bring you to justice!"
  • "Looks can be deceiving!"
Assassin's Creed: Changes
Assassins Angélique IngurArmand LavoisierArne OtsbergCerise FaveroCharlotte BaxtonClaire VarletGrimon ChimenGuillaume BeylierHervé QuemarJacopo FaveroLaurent MouzayLouis la MortLéandre TasseMarie Anne ÉtienneMarie-Jeanette SimonMatthew FinneganMirabeauPierre ÉtienneSophie Trenet
Templars Alphonse Saint-JustAnne-Josèphe DumasEthel FlintshireÉdmound-Louis BourienneHélène BastienneHouse of François (Louis-DominiqueMadeleineGeoffrey)Louis d'OrléansJoséph IscariotteMarguerite MuratRenardo SolitarioShamar al-DjinThierry Dieudonné | Enok JytteÉvinore LeClaireFederico VespucciFred WorkhouseIsabelle MendezJacques CroixMarguerite LaVenduzThérèse Bruxelles | Adlinck KesselFrederick DowncastleIvan BogodanJosèphine Chevrier | Alphonse XaviérBelle Dau-CrèmeEdward WalmartEveline HaddockFrédéric TrevilleJean-Jacques de Gambais
Others BobFrançois BrunetMaurice EymoutiersNapoléon BonaparteNatasha BezhukovPascal LeclercPaulette SimonRichard Brave-StoneSuzanne René | Anne ImbertCharles BenedettoÉlisadora RobertJacques RossauLuxoir LeClaireMarie BrunetRobert Noir
Multiplayer Actor • Actress • Blacksmith • Borough-Capatain • Brigand • Coach • Diplomat • Englishman • Louis la Mort • Merchant • Nag • Prostitute • Soldier • Stalker • Turncoat | Animus Core • La Bastille • Les Halles • Palais-Royal • Saint-Denis basilica • Seine • Temple
Factions Assassins (Parisian branchItalian branch) • Templars (Abstergo Industries • Abstergo Entertainment | Parisian RiteDano-Norwegian RiteThe Turk) | Denmark–Norway (Danish Templar Army)France (French ArmyLuxembourg fightersSaint ViergeThe Seekers)
Locations CalaisParisSaint-Denis
Events French Revolution (Estates-General of 1789Storming of the BastilleWomen's March on VersaillesFrench Revolutionary Wars10 AugustSeptember MassacresExecution of Louis XVIReign of TerrorThermidorian Reaction13 Vendémiaire Plot of the rue Saint-Nicaise)Persecution of the Templars
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