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Yes, they were. There were/ are several categories of Templar's, including the Knights Templar's. The assassins and Templar's mainly existed during the Crusades (or Holy Wars), being of course the two opposing sides. The assassins were not called assassins in public, of course, however their title escapes me at the moment. I apologize, but hope this has been somewhat helpful. I'm sure there is someone else with a better answer than mine.

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I suggest this came because of the game assassin's creed. As the previous answer stated, they were mainly based around the Crusades or Holy Wars as this was the time where the story is based around. 'Altaïr' the character in the game is fictional and was made up.

I think they were called Hashishin or something like that, but I may be wrong.

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As the person above me said, Altaïr himself is not real, however, as the game portrays, the Masyaf Castle did indeed house a group of Assassins.

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