- “I hope your remaining days are comfortable and free of pain, Ah Tabai. Thank you for everything you have given me.我不會忘記您的。”
In the mid-1730s, Ah Tabai recruited and trained Achilles Davenport, whom he would later send to the Thirteen Colonies in order to establish a Brotherhood there, with the help of the French Assassin John de la Tour. Ah Tabai and Achilles mantained a correspondence
- “Our goal must be to scatter our operations. To live and work among the people we protect, just as Altaïr Ibn-La'Ahad once counseled.”
- ——Ah Tabai, 1722.[来源]
Born and raised as an Assassin, Ah Tabai took his role very seriously, displaying a calm and wise bearing. He rarely spoke of his own life, and when he did, it would only be in the form of cryptic references. Ah Tabai was proud of his Mayan heritage, and would often speak of his people's tragic history. He used these stories to exemplify the complexity of interactions between different cultures and religions. This led him to accept people of all faiths and nationalities into the Brotherhood. His compassion and wisdom led the Assassins under his command to look up to him greatly. Despite his great intellect, Ah Tabai was still deceived into trusting the Assassin turncoat Duncan Walpole.
Dedicated to the Assassin cause, Ah Tabai synthesized it with the ways of his people. Born in Tulum, he lived a somewhat ascetic life in the Assassin community. As a Mayan, he was well acquainted with stories and rumors of the ancient Oberservatory, believing the Assassins should be the ones to protect it. For most of his life, Ah Tabai strove to adhere as closely as possible to the ideals of the legendary Assassin Mentor Altaïr Ibn-La'Ahad, sharing his beliefs that the Assassins should live among the people in order to protect them.
Despite his near stoic demeanor, Ah Tabai could be a caring and sensitive individual. He cared deeply for the men and women under his command, and felt guilty over the Assassins that died during the many attacks on Tulum, eventually agreeing to relocate to Great Inagua. He expressed great dismay upon discovering Mary Read's death, and singlehandedly escorted a laboring Anne Bonny out of prison, calming her during childbirth. Ah Tabai could also be very forgiving, absolving Edward Kenway of his actions against the Assassins. Despite his distrust towards the pirate, Ah Tabai freed him from prison without demanding anything in return. He later bade Edward good fortune and accepted him into the Brotherhood, recognizing the pirate's sincerity.
Equipment and skills编辑
Having been born into the Brotherhood, Ah Tabai was a highly skilled Assassin. He was especially adept at stealth, using the environment to hide, and was a capable freerunner as well. Throughout his life, Ah Tabai would pass these skills on, training Assassins such as Mary Read, Duncan Walpole, Adéwalé, Edward Kenway and Achilles Davenport.
Even as a middle-aged man, Ah Tabai was able to evade capture by Laurens Prins' troops, and silently dispatch several of them undetected during an attack on Tulum. He would later sneak into Fort Charles alone and free Edward Kenway and Anne Bonny, before escaping in a rowing boat.
Ah Tabai wore a sienna set of robes with a metal shoulderplate and collar. He was equipped with dual Hidden Blades, a small knife and a blowpipe. He used these to kill or incapacitate efficiently, while usually avoiding combat.
- “Ah Tabai”是一位玛雅神的名字，是狩猎与动物的保护神。
- 在記憶"Overrun and Outnumbered"，Ah Tabai appears with a red aura when seen with Eagle Vision. However, it is unknown if this is a glitch or deliberate design decison, due to hostilities between Edward and Ah Tabai for the pirate's harmful actions against the Brotherhood.