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|“||Of course not! I killed them because I could! Because it was fun! Do you know what it feels like to determine another man's fate? And did you see the way the people cheered? The way they feared me? I was like a god! You'd have done the same if you could! Such power!||„|
|~ Majd Addin's final words.|
Majd Addin is a villain from the video game Assassin's Creed. He is a Templar and the sixth target Altaïr needs to assassinate. He is the regent of Jerusalem and is one of the Saracend. Out of all of the Templars on Altaïr's list, Majd Addin is arguably the most evil, alongside with Al Mualim.
He was voiced by Richard Cansino.
Majd Addin is Saladin's Regent of Jerusalem, and he demands that the citizens follow the law, or rather, that they follow his law. He made a lot of new laws and made guards march around the city to keep an eye on the citizens. Anyone who was caught breaking a law, was dealt with in a public "trial". In this trial, they would be framed, or their "crimes" would be exaggerated, so that the crowd would demand their deaths. Majd Addin is always happy to deliver those deaths.
Majd Addin was assassinated by Altaïr. The assassin took his life during one of the public trials, while Majd Addin was lecturing those who were sentenced to death. In his last words, he made it very clear he enjoyed killing innocent people, and being feared by the crowd.