Harash (unknown – 1190) was the keeper of the Syrian sect of the Assassin Order, and Al Mualim's second-in-command until his death. By 1190, Harash had joined the Templar Order, and provided its members with valuable inside information.
In 1190, Harash secretly defected to the Templar Order. The Master Assassin Altaïr Ibn-La'Ahad discovered his treachery through Adha, after he had rescued her. In order to save the Assassin Order and Adha's future, Altaïr rushed towards the fortress of Alep, the Assassins' temporary headquarters.
There, Altaïr found Harash consorting with a Templar knight, confirming Harash's betrayal. After the knight left, Altaïr attacked Harash, resulting in the latter's death.
Personality and characteristicsEdit
While older than most Assassins, Harash was in good physical shape and a proficient swordsman. He wore a black robe similar to that of Al Mualim, Assassin scribes and the Rafiq.
- His character model was the same as the Master of the Tower.