Sahin The Falcon
Name: Sahin The Falcon
Status: Deceased
Nationality: Ottomans
Affiliation: Ottoman Empire
Voiced by: Brian George
Games: Age of Empires III
First game: Age of Empires III
Last game: Age of Empires III
Sahin "The Falcon" a fictional character who appears in the Age of Empires III campaign. He is voiced by Brian George. Sahin carries a rifle and a sword, and behaves like a typical explorer, being able to claim treasures, though he cannot build structures.


"Sahin, known as the Falcon, is a high-ranking officer in the Ottoman army. Extremely intelligent and cultured, he is a wily adversary. An expert in the art of war, he inspires unmatched loyalty in his men. While he has sometimes underestimated the Knights of St. John in the past, he has won many battles for the Ottoman Empire. Sahin hopes to add the island of Malta to his long list of conquests, but he may have other motives there as well."

Sahin is an Ottoman leader who attacks Malta in order to gain access to the stone library hidden in one of the caves on the island. He is defeated by Alain Magnan and Morgan Black who soon discover the library for themselves, a remnant of the Circle of Ossus which sets the story in motion. Morgan chases Sahin to the New World, where the Knights of St. John soundly defeat Sahin and drive his men into the jungle. They were then captured by the Spanish, and most of them were executed. Despite Sahin's claims that he had no quarrel with the Spanish, Delgado gave orders for Sahin to be killed when they returned to Spain. When the Spanish are defeated, Sahin was left to die and is later captured by Morgan. Sahin warned him that if he died, no one could stop the Circle. Sahin explained that Alain is the real enemy and he was only trying to stop the Circle. Despite Alain's orders, Morgan spared Sahin's life and goes to the fountain to see the truth. Sahin later allies with Morgan and provides gunpowder for their Fire Ships. After the battle he realizes the New World would be conquered by the Europeans and he sails back to Ottoman Empire.

In Act III of the original campaign, it is revealed the Black Family owned a railroad called Falcon Company. This may be named after Sahin.


  • Sahin in Turkish means 'falcon' or 'hawk' which is originally spelled as Shahin (Şahin).