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"Wars are wars. The only problem is, no one tells the truth"

---Subject 21 into his voice recorder, Unknown Date, Label #013.

Jaime Rodriguez
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Biographical information
Born

29th February 1992, Orlando, FA, USA

Died

-

Political information
Affiliations

Assassins

Absergo (formally)

Real-world information

Jaime Carlos Rodriguez (Born 1992), more commonly known and referred to by his prisoner name, Subject 21, is a Hispanic American Assassin from Orlando, FA. He is an unstable person due to his constant use of the animus, in which he then escaped along with a prototype hanheld version of the animus to an unknown location which he constantly places himself in the lives of his colonial ancestors.

Due to many of his files been deleted as of the result of the 5 year abduction at Abstergo, there is little information that has been known about him from what he commented on on several voice recordings found in random locations by surviving assassins.

Early LifeEdit

Childhood 1992-2007Edit

"I saw him just standing their staring at me from over his left soldier. He nodded and started running, and I followed him"

--- Subject 21 talking about his experience in "The Hotel Blaze", Unknown Date, Label #009.

Born as Jaime Carlos (Spainsh: James Charles) Rodriguez in Orlando, FA, U.S.A. to Ferdinand and Josette Rodriguez on 29th February 1992 in a base known as "the Hotel". He spent the majority of his childhood training and learning the history of the creed. At the age of 15, his parents and other assassins perished in a fire that was suspected to have been started by Templars, Jaime himself barely escaped the blazes through what he saw as a ghostly gaurdian in the figure of a young colonial spaniard in a hooded army jacket. He was found by the Templar Order who, amazed by his luck of escaping the building alive, captured him while weakened by the escape and took him to their Abstergo Facility in Italy.

Abstergo IndustriesEdit

Animus Training (2007- Early 2012)Edit

"I was young then, I had no idea what these people would do to fellow assassins"

---Subject 21 talking about his life under Abstergo, Unknown Date, Label #023.

Jaime was the main subject into how the animus would actually work for a regular person at his age. Which then eventually led to the development of the Gameplay Controls for the animus to make it much easier for further users to acess the animus.

Subject 21 (Early - Mid 2012)Edit

After the escape of Subject 17/Desmond Miles, Subjects 18, 19 and 20 all apparently died in quick sucession of each other due to some missing software in the machine which erupted into a virus, leaving Abstergo no choice but to give 20 year old Jaime Rodriguez control of the animus, dubbed Subject 21. Strangely, Jaime survived as his recent predessesors did not, but it is believed that the virus was left dormant within his mind until such he came into contact with the Aniport (animus portable) system.

Escape (Mid 2012)Edit

It is unknown how Jaime ended up escaping from Abstergo without inside help. But it is widely believed that Abstergo deliberately let him go for some unknown reason. Jaime also took with him the prototype for the Aniport which he used to continue look into the lives of his ancestors.

On The RunEdit

"Here I am now, this machine, this . . . lovely piece of machinery. I works you know, it really works".

--- Jaime commenting on the new Aniport (Animus Portable), believed to have gone mad due to a side effect with the machine, Unknown Date, Label #001.

It is unknown what happened to Jaime. According to findings at various sites, their are voice recorders with information about what had happened in the recent events, a saved file flash drive that contained the progress of Jaime's ancestors, and on most occasions, a small pool of Jaime's blood.

Known Ancestors Edit

Jaime had a fine intrest in looking through his fathers decendants, the House of de Navaez. He looked in particular at three, Arnaldo de Narvaez, his great-great-grandfather Felipe, and Arnaldo's son, Sandalio.

Panfilo de Narvaez (1478–1528) a.k.a El Aguila (The Eagle (I)). Conquistador of Florida (and formally Texas and Northern Mexico/New Spain). He was sent by the Spanish Assassin order to prevent the Templar take over of the New World. He was sent to assassinate explorer Hernan Cortes to prevent him from gaining control over the Piece of Eden in the Aztec Kingdom. Unfortually him and his men were discovered and only him managed to escape back to Spain. Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor then sent him years later back to the continent, where he payed for his faliure and was murdered before finishing the trip.

Don Felipe Panfilo de Narvaez/Sunkawakan (1520-1601) a.k.a. El Semental (The Stallion). Son of Don Panfilo de Narvaez (El Aguila) and a Native American Women. He was born in Key Point in what becomes Florida when his father came on his second trip to the New World, at the age of 12 he found out from surviving members of his fathers expedition that he had been murderes along the way. He then set about across the sea and poisoned cortes in vengence for his father. He then returned to Florida. Sunkawakan is his Native American name, meaning "Big Dog", which was the Natives word for Horses which is where he got his alias from.

Don Bernardo Felipe de Narvaez (1547-1611) a.k.a. El Oso (The Bear). Son of Don Felipe de Narvaez.

Don Vinceq Bernardo de Narvaez (1583-1652) a.k.a. El Serpiente (The Snake). Son of Don Bernardo de Narvaez.

Don Juan Vincenq de Narvaez (1600-1677) a.k.a. El Toro (The Bull). Son of Don Vincenq de Narvaez.

Don Francisco Juan de Narvaez (1649-1704) a.k.a. El Venado (The Stag). Son of Don Juan de Narvaez.

Don Celestino Francisco de Narvaez (1690-1748) a.k.a. El Aquila (The Eagle (II)). Son of Don Francisco de Narvaez. Chose to retake the alias of his first known ancestor, El Aguila.

Don Alejandro Celestino de Narvaez Murrieta (1720-1775) a.k.a El Zorro (The Fox). Son of Don Celestino de Narvaez and Leta Murrieta. Conquistador/Don of Key Point in Florida and a Major Lord in East Florida retaing his family ancestry. Suceeded the creed from the bloodline of the Spanish Assassins. He was killed while on duty for the Continental Army, a defector betrayed his position and he was killed on site.

Don Arnaldo Alejandro de Narvaez y Avala (1756-1821) a.k.a El Aguila ('The Eagle (III')) Son of Don Alejandro de Narvaez (El Zorro) and Elena de Avala. He had an elder brother, Leon de Narvaez (El Leo/The Lion) and a sister, Isbell de Narvaez. While Connor Kenway (Desmond Miles Native American Ancestor from Assassin's Creed III) fought in the Northern states, Arnaldo fought for the liberation of the Southern states from the British Templars. He suceeded in securing Georgia, North and South Carolina and Virginia independance from the British Empire.

Don Sandalio Arnaldo de Narvaez Zapatero (1783-1854) a.k.a. El Lobo (The Wolf). Son of Don Arnaldo de Narvaez (El Aguila) and Joanna Zapatero. He suceeded his father's estate when he retired at the age of 50, leaving almost immeadiatly to journey off to New Spain for some adventure. He ended up being apart of the Mexican War of Independance. His antics became a possible inspiration for Johnston McCulley's famous bandit 'Zorro'.

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