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Are Templars from assassins creed real?


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Answered 2012-08-06 20:00:46

Partly, the events that happened in Assassin's Creed are purely fictional but once there really were people that called themselves Templars

So Templars were real (maybe they still are who knows) but events in Assassin's Creed are just pure fiction.

Also many historical figures, such as Hitler, Roosevelt and Julius Caesar were called Templars by the creators of assassins creed (Ubisoft), so watch out for them, and by the way, George W. Bush was a Templar puppet.

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