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A legendary mercenary and grandchild of the late King Leonidas of Sparta wielded the Spear of Leonidas during the Peloponnesian War. The Lost Book of Herodotus made mention of this individual and their artifact, which spurred Layla Hassan, who at the time was working with the Assassins, on a quest to explore their genetic memory. Although this individual was Kassandra, the DNA sample utilized by Layla was so corrupted that she could not ascertain whether it belonged to her or her twin brother, Alexios. This left her with the option to select either individual through which to explore Kassandra's memories.