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Achilles spent his final years guiding Ratonhnhaké:ton, and this tutelage led to his apprentice's important role in the American Revolution and the extermination of the colonial Templars.

Born around 1710 in the Caribbean, Achilles was recruited into the Brotherhood in the mid-1730s and trained as the last student of Ah Tabai, Mentor of the West Indies Brotherhood.

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After a large-scale attack on the Assassins by the Colonial Rite of the Templar Order in 1763, spanning the Thirteen Colonies, the Brotherhood collapsed and disbanded.

Living in exile in his manor, Achilles abandoned the Assassin ideology until his meeting with the young Ratonhnhaké:ton, whom he started to train on the boy's behest.

1710 – 1781) was the Mentor of the Colonial Brotherhood of Assassins from 1746 until 1763.

A man of Caribbean and British descent, Achilles' tenure as leader of the Colonial Assassins saw the Brotherhood strengthen greatly.

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