Around 2012, Georgian brothers Akaki and Nodar Ninidze, tired of the constant wars that plagued their country, and aware of the Assassins' strong legacies in other countries like Russia, Syria and Turkey, created a fake Assassin Brotherhood, with Akaki fashioning himself as the Mentor, in an attempt to end the fighting through intervention.
Although the "Assassins" struck fear into their enemies at first, gaining a fierce reputation in the region, they were eventually found out and attacked on many fronts by the Templars. Effectively whittled down, Gavin Banks arrived to take in the remaining survivors and retreat to the Pankisi Valley, where he relayed to the freedom fighters the secret history of the Assassin-Templar War. Eyes open to the truth, Akaki and Nodar were inspired to join the Altaïr II to take the fight to a larger scale than their home country, leaving behind a new and true Georgian Brotherhood.
Founding a new Russian BrotherhoodEdit
On 26 March, 2014, the Assassins received a message from Akaki and Nodar telling them to send agents to Russia to form a new Russian Brotherhood, as the old Brotherhood had succumbed to the Bleeding Effect and was subsequently wiped out by Galina Voronina, the only surviving Russian Assassin.
In 2015, Harlan Cunningham and Arend Schut tried to send word to the Georgian Brotherhood to look for Álvaro Gramática's secret laboratory in which he planned to replicate an Isu's body with the help of the Shroud. However, they did not hear back from them, which Arend considered to be pretty worrisome.