The Syrian Sabre was a weapon used by the Assassin Altaïr Ibn-La'Ahad during the Third Crusade, and was the fourth sword given to him from his mentor, Al Mualim. It was also obtained by the Assassin Ezio Auditore da Firenze during the Italian and Ottoman Renaissance.
|12th century Syria||4*||4*||4*||N/A||Block 8|
|15th century Italy||1||2||3||2,300ƒ||Sequence 2|
|16th century Rome||3||4||1||7,920ƒ||Sequence 6|
|16th century Constantinople||2||4||3||11,960||Sequence 5|
*In Assassin's Creed, there were no Damage, Speed or Deflect statistics. Weapon strength was based on ranks, with the Syrian Sabre being the last out of four.
- Ezio was seen wielding this sword during the execution of his father and brothers, despite the fact that he had earlier retrieved the Common sword from his father's hidden room.
- The Syrian Sabre is considered the best sword in Assassin's Creed. However, its capabilities are considerably weaker in subsequent games of the Assassin's Creed series.
- Olivier Garneau, the CCO of Abstergo Entertainment, possessed a silver replica of the Syrian Sabre, which was displayed in his office in Montreal.