*[[Benjamin Church]] (voiced by [[Harry Standjofski]]) (1734 – 1778) was a member of the Templar Order and a surgeon for the Continental Army. Along with Thomas Hickey and Charles Lee, Church established Templar influence within the Continental Army's side of the Revolutionary War, however like Hickey, Church was ultimately unreliable specifically due to his self-serving nature. Church's actions inadvertently benefited the Patriots, as he motivated Ratonhnhaké:ton' to aid George Washington and the Continental Army's struggle for freedom. By recovering the supplies from Church, Ratonhnhaké:ton' was able to strengthen the Continental Army leading to their victory. Furthermore, Church was responsible for recruiting Nicholas Biddle for the Templars, who ultimately strengthened the Continental Naval Fleet. Church's betrayal of the Templar Order gave rise to a change in Ratonhnhaké:ton's relationship with his father and enemy, Haytham. By becoming a mutual enemy,Ratonhnhaké:ton' and Haytham established an alliance as well as a slight father and son bond, though ultimately their differences were irreconcilable. Despite abusing his skills as a physician for personal gain, Church established a very important position in the Continental Army. His actions as Head of the Medical Wing influenced duties and responsibilities of military physicians by becoming the U.S. Army's first Surgeon General.
*[[Benjamin Franklin]] (voiced by ) (17 January 1706 – 17 April 1790) was a [[Freemasonry|Freemason]], a noted [[polymath]], and one of the [[Founding Fathers of the United States]]. Benjamin wandered around Boston near his store, and was surprised to find Haytham Kenway offer a lending hand, as those living in Boston usually refused to be of any help, and correctly assumed that Kenway was new to Boston. Franklin then charged Kenway with the task of finding stolen pages of his Almanac. Haytham interacted with Franklin, where he proposed his idea of having an older woman as a lover would benefit lives, much to Haytham's amusement. In The Tyranny of King Washington, after gaining control over the area, King Washington put Franklin in charge of running Boston. While under Washington's control, Franklin was still hesitant of the King's decisions, claiming one such order to behead random civilians to be "rather harsh." After being freed from Washington's control by Ratonhnhaké:ton, Franklin sought to help the rebellion take down King Washington.