Assassin’s Creed Animus Bayek of Siwa Statue
In this Assassin’s Creed Animus Bayek Statue, an incredible 1/4 scale polyresin statue with stellar craftsmanship detail and LED lights, Bayek of Siwa, co-founder of the Hidden Ones, materializes from the Animus synchronization alongside his loyal eagle companion, Senu. Feel the strength of this duo amidst the abstract landscape of Egypt. Illuminate the LED lights through the light up Animus base and transport yourself into the desert with Bayek and his Eagle Senu. In the Assassin’s Creed World, Bayek of Siwa (born 85 BCE), also known by the alias Amun, was one of the last Medjay of Egypt and the founder of the Hidden Ones alongside his wife, Aya. Growing up in the remote village of Siwa, Bayek inherited the mantle of Medjay from his father, Sabu, and dedicated his life to protecting the security and welfare of his people. This took a dramatic turn in 49 BCE when the Order of the Ancients, an early form of the Templar Order, murdered his son, Khemu, because the two refused to cooperate in unlocking the Siwa Vault for them. The grief-stricken Medjay and his wife thereupon embarked on a quest to avenge their son, systematically assassinating every individual who had participated in the plot, only to learn from the exiled queen Cleopatra VII that the Order’s reach and power far exceeded their initial belief.
Although wary, Bayek followed Aya’s lead and pledged his service to Cleopatra as her personal Medjay, in the process embroiling himself in the Alexandrine Civil War against Ptolemy XIII. Following the conflict’s conclusion, Cleopatra and her ally, Julius Caesar, openly aligned themselves with the Order of the Ancients. In response, Bayek gathered their main allies in Alexandria and established the Hidden Ones to counter the Order of the Ancients by fighting to protect innocent people and defend free will. From that moment on, Bayek led what would someday become the Egyptian Brotherhood of Assassins, recruiting new members from all walks of life, expanding the organization to the Sinai Peninsula in 38 BCE, and combating the oppression and atrocities perpetrated by the new Roman rule. As the forefather of the Assassins, he planted the seeds for their progressive philosophy, devising the Creed and its strict tenets on discretion and never harming an innocent life. As the organisation steadily grew during his travels, he came across a deadly curse in the city of Thebes and planned to stop the one responsible before the curse got worse by allying himself with the locals of the town that would help him with the endeavour. when the situation was solved Bayek would continue to expand his hidden ones operation until his death in Egypt. Assassin’s Creed Animus Bayek of Siwa Statue sizes: 27 inches / 67 cm x 20 inches / 4 cm x 51 inches / 48 cm.
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