- Assassin 1: "Have you seen Brasseur?"
- Assassin 2: "Not since last week. Isn't he looking into something in la Cour des Miracles?"
- Assassin 1: "He was. He should have reported back yesterday."
- Assassin 2: "You think he's in trouble?"
- Assassin 1: "Maybe. It's not like him to be this late."
- —Two Assassins talking about Brasseur disappearance, 1791.[src]
Brasseur (unknown – 1791) was a French Assassin active during the French Revolution. He was an apprentice of Guillaume Beylier, who tasked him to find the Roi des Thunes in the Cour des Miracles, a task which two other Assassins had attempted before him. Unfortunately, Brasseur's presence was detected by the Roi des Thunes and he was murdered. The Roi des Thunes took his pistol as a trophy and kept the corpse at hand in case it came in useful. Brasseur's disappearance was noted by his fellow Assassins, who suspected he was in trouble. This, in addition to the discovery of the Roi des Thunes' Templar affiliations, prompted the Assassin Council (Beylier among them) to assign Arno Dorian the task of locating and killing him. Arno successfully located the Roi des Thunes' hideout, but his target was forewarned of his arrival and he instead found Brasseur's corpse in the chair. Despite the ambush, Arno was able to kill the Roi des Thunes and avenge his fallen brother, reclaiming Brasseur's pistol as well. The Assassin gave it back to Beylier, but the Master Assassin authorized Arno to carry it to honor the memory of his late apprentice.
- Brasseur is the french word for brewer.
- Brasseur may have been in the French Army, as the pistol the Roi des Thunes took from him was a double-barreled variant commonly used by officers.