Fandom: Assassin's CreedBorn and raised in Masyaf, he is a Master-ranked Assassin of the Levantine Assassins. He was among the age-group of Umar Ibn-La'Ahad, Ali bin-Jamaal al-Abdul, Ahmad Sofian, Husam al-Mezall, and Faheem Al-Sayf; unlike the others, he never married or had any children of his own and became a favored uncle to their sons by often bringing back trinkets or aiding in their by Browse to Save" id="_GPLITA_2" style="text-decoration:underline" href="http://zpansven.deviantart.com/art/AC-Rahman-al-Taysir-365885624?q=gallery%3Azpansven%2F838216&qo=6#">training while their fathers were away and he was in Masyaf. To him, the death of Ali was a sign of foreboding for Rahman as the deaths of Umar, Ahmad, and Faheem followed years after. Soon only Husam and Rahman were left of their group of friends and between them, tried to be role-models for Husam's son Rauf and the sons of their dead friends - Altair, Farim, Abbas, Malik, and Kadar.In time though, he became a father to two orphaned children he found near the wreckage of what once was a merchant's caravan. Due to being a single father at his age, he was delegated to teaching and guarding Masyaf as his children grew. The elder whom he named Rami - who was originally named Kalb for her tendency to constantly bite him - became his student along with Kadar al-Sayf. Meanwhile, his youngest Zahara would follow the path of healer and scholar, a path that would eventually take her to working at the Jerusalem Bureau after the events of Solomon's Temple.