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The dictum of the Order of the Assassins, as heard in Assassins Creed 1 and 2. First spoken by Altair’s master Al Mualim, “Nothing is True” exhibits the cynicism that the Assassins carry towards religion and fantasy, while “Everything is Permitted” represents their dedication the Order and the brutality of their work.

The Assassins in Ubisoft’s AC are based off of a real group active during the Crusades, called the Hashshashins, from which the word “Assassin” is derived.
Altair: Nothing is true, Everything is permitted.

Al Mualim: Oh Yesh. *fistbump
by Al Muslimio January 22, 2011

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