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|“||Aya: The Staff...
Septimius: With the Order. I served them and your beloved Egypt. And I'll be rewarded in the afterlife. An eternity of drinking and whoring with my brothers.
Aya: The only thing that waits for you is oblivion. For your name, your Order and the rotting corpses of your Gabiniani! Apep devour your fetid heart.
|~ Septimius's final moments with Aya.|
Lucius Septimius, also known as The Jackal, is one of the two main antagonists (the other being Flavius Metellus) and the final boss of the 2017 action-adventure video game Assassin's Creed: Origins, the tenth major installment in the Assassin's Creed series.
He was a tribune of the Gabiniani stationed in Alexandria to guard the Ptolemaic Kings and Queens. At some point, Septimius joined the Order of the Ancients as Flavius Metellus right-hand man. The two conspired to gain ultimate power.
Lucius Septimius was voiced by Jonny Glynn and was based off of the real life historical figure of the same name.
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