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Julius Caesar also known as the Father of Understanding is one of the secondary antagonists (alongside Cleopatra) in the 2017 action video game Assassins Creed: Origins.
He was voiced by Michael Nardone.
Caesar rose to prominence for his success in the Gallic Wars which he allowed the Roman Republic to annex Gaul.
In the midst of civil war, and Caesar took power as the dictator of the Republic, while secretly being supported by the Order of the Ancients, with the Order making him their master. Caesar moved his attention away from the Roman Senate and scoffed at their concerns, instead placing his trust in foreign rulers and his own circle of senators. He also adopted the lavish and self-centered lifestyle of Cleopatra.
The Hidden Ones, an ancient variant of the Assassins, led by Aya (Amunet) alongside a group of forty senators calling themselves Liberators plotted assassinated the dictator. The conspirators awaited for Amunet to give them toe signal before killing him.
After Amunet killed Septimius, she snuck in and stabbed Caesar in the back, giving the others the signal to finish the act. They all stabbed him twenty-three times on 15 March 44 BCE, with Caesar heartbroken that his best friend Marcus Brutus delivered the killing blow. Despite the death of Caesar, civil war continued for another thirteen years, as Octavian rose as the sole victor.
- In Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood, there is an achievement named after Julius Caesar. It is earned by gaining all other trophies, 50 in total. Also, the Dagger of Brutus, which was used by Marcus Junius Brutus to kill Caesar, can be obtained.
- The popular code format is widely attributed to have been designed by Caesar, hence its name. The code has often been used in the Assassin's Creed series, most commonly in secret messages left behind by Clay Kaczmarek.