History NightmareFuel / AssassinsCreedIII

17th Aug '16 8:53:30 AM Wolfeight
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** And don't forget the randomly occurring ambient sounds! One in particular can best be described as metal-on-metal screeching that sounds vaguely like a human scream. What causes the random sounds? [[spoiler:You never find out.]]

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** And don't forget the randomly occurring ambient sounds! One One, in particular particular, can best be described as metal-on-metal screeching that sounds vaguely like a human scream. What causes the random sounds? [[spoiler:You never find out.]]



** The mission itself is pretty damn dark. [[spoiler: Once you bend down to examine the corpse, you'll hear a horrifying, booming laugh come out of nowhere-and look up to see [[http://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/assassinscreed/images/1/16/The_Headless_Horseman_3.png/revision/latest?cb=20130714224633 the Horseman]] himself, who's been ''watching you the whole time.'' Thankfully, he just turns around and gallops off without coming any closer.]]
* Some of the scenes with Charles Lee. [[spoiler: Particularly when he threatens to snap Connors neck and kill his friends in Sequence 4. Something has certainly changed the man who helped Haytham free slaves.]] Plus his already eerily pale eyes look even paler and his expression becomes crazier as time goes on.

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** The mission itself is pretty damn dark. [[spoiler: Once you bend down to examine the corpse, you'll hear a horrifying, booming laugh come out of nowhere-and nowhere and look up to see [[http://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/assassinscreed/images/1/16/The_Headless_Horseman_3.png/revision/latest?cb=20130714224633 the Horseman]] himself, who's been ''watching you the whole time.'' Thankfully, he just turns around and gallops off without coming any closer.]]
* Some of the scenes with Charles Lee. [[spoiler: Particularly when he threatens to snap Connors Connor's neck and kill his friends in Sequence 4. Something has certainly changed the man who helped Haytham Haytham, free slaves.]] Plus his already eerily pale eyes look even paler and his expression becomes crazier as time goes on.



** Some of Washington's men [[spoiler: attempt to burn a church full of innocent people]] in the alternate timeline. Luckily [[spoiler: Connor and Ziio get them all out in time... until Washington's men start firing cannon balls into the village and kill most of the civilians anyways.]]

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** Some of Washington's men [[spoiler: attempt to burn a church full of innocent people]] in the alternate timeline. Luckily [[spoiler: Connor and Ziio get them all out in time... until Washington's men start firing cannon balls cannonballs into the village and kill most of the civilians anyways.]]



** The Frontier, full stop. [[spoiler: There are bodies everywhere, of Redcoats and civilians and even horses. There are so many corpses, left on the road, strung up on trees and buildings, yet it is treated as a perfectly normal occurrence by basically every character. Almost every settlement you come across is completely deserted and reduced to ruins, save Valley Forge and a handful of caves/barns, where surviving civilians shelter. You thought Connor's empty village was bad post-game? Visit the burnt-out wreckage after encountering the King. There are Bluecoats literally everywhere, terrorising both surviving colonists and native americans alike. And let's not even get started on how many ravenous wolves are trying to eat you...]]

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** The Frontier, full stop. [[spoiler: There are bodies everywhere, of Redcoats and civilians and even horses. There are so many corpses, left on the road, strung up on trees and buildings, yet it is treated as a perfectly normal occurrence by basically every character. Almost every settlement you come across is completely deserted and reduced to ruins, save Valley Forge and a handful of caves/barns, where surviving civilians shelter. You thought Connor's empty village was bad post-game? Visit the burnt-out wreckage after encountering the King. There are Bluecoats literally everywhere, terrorising both surviving colonists and native americans Americans alike. And let's not even get started on how many ravenous wolves are trying to eat you...]]



* At the end of the Redemption [[spoiler: everything looks to be okay. Washington and Connor have fought off the Apple's illusions, Washington rejected the thing, and Connor is about to dump it in the ocean. Washington is working in his study when he notice a man there, he pitches Washington the idea of him being king. We assume that this man's a Templar. Washington, in a rather badass way, tell him no and to get out...only for him to look up and to see there's no one there. Implying that the Apple has left its mark anyway on the man's mind.]]

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* At the end of the Redemption [[spoiler: everything looks to be okay. Washington and Connor have fought off the Apple's illusions, Washington rejected the thing, and Connor is about to dump it in the ocean. Washington is working in his study when he notice notices a man there, he pitches Washington the idea of him being king. We assume that this man's a Templar. Washington, in a rather badass way, tell tells him no and to get out...only for him to look up and to see there's no one there. Implying that the Apple has left its mark anyway on the man's mind.]]
2nd Nov '15 11:58:58 PM TheWildWestPyro
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* The Frontiersman mission about the headless horseman.

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* The Frontiersman mission about the headless horseman.''the'' HeadlessHorseman.


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** The mission itself is pretty damn dark. [[spoiler: Once you bend down to examine the corpse, you'll hear a horrifying, booming laugh come out of nowhere-and look up to see [[http://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/assassinscreed/images/1/16/The_Headless_Horseman_3.png/revision/latest?cb=20130714224633 the Horseman]] himself, who's been ''watching you the whole time.'' Thankfully, he just turns around and gallops off without coming any closer.]]
13th Jan '14 7:37:21 AM M84
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** [[spoiler: The entirety of the DLC is terrifying because of one, single unveiled fact: ''The Apples of Eden are, and always have been, '''sentient'''''. They aren't just the extremely powerful tools they were thought to be, and it puts the actions and desires of everyone trying to obtain them into question.]]

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** [[spoiler: The entirety of the DLC is terrifying because of one, single unveiled fact: ''The Apples of Eden are, and always have been, '''sentient'''''. They aren't just the extremely powerful tools they were thought to be, and it puts the actions and desires of everyone trying to obtain them into question.]]]]
** The ending of the main game already revealed that the Apples have always been the tools that [[spoiler:Juno]] used to manipulate people throughout history [[spoiler:in her bid to free herself]].
28th Apr '13 7:39:54 PM MetalSlimeHunt
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* At the end of the Redemption [[spoiler: everything looks to be okay. Washington and Connor have fought off the Apple's illusions, Washington rejected the thing, and Connor is about to dump it in the ocean. Washington is working in his study when he notice a man there, he pitches Washington the idea of him being king. We assume that this man's a Templar. Washington, in a rather badass way, tell him no and to get out...only for him to look up and to see there's no one there. Implying that the Apple has left its mark anyway on the man's mind.]]

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* At the end of the Redemption [[spoiler: everything looks to be okay. Washington and Connor have fought off the Apple's illusions, Washington rejected the thing, and Connor is about to dump it in the ocean. Washington is working in his study when he notice a man there, he pitches Washington the idea of him being king. We assume that this man's a Templar. Washington, in a rather badass way, tell him no and to get out...only for him to look up and to see there's no one there. Implying that the Apple has left its mark anyway on the man's mind.]]
** [[spoiler: The entirety of the DLC is terrifying because of one, single unveiled fact: ''The Apples of Eden are, and always have been, '''sentient'''''. They aren't just the extremely powerful tools they were thought to be, and it puts the actions and desires of everyone trying to obtain them into question.
]]
25th Apr '13 11:48:39 PM EchoGarrote
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* In the Betrayal, you have to [[spoiler: fight Washington using your cool new powers, in a weird Animus-esque void. After the fight ends in a draw, you must escape by flying through the void, landing on platforms which slowly dissolve as giant projections of Washington and Ziio shout at you. It's unclear as to whether these are projections from the sceptre or Connor's mental health deteriorating due to the tea he's been ingesting.]]

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* In the Betrayal, you have to [[spoiler: fight Washington using your cool new powers, in a weird Animus-esque void. After the fight ends in a draw, you must escape by flying through the void, landing on platforms which slowly dissolve as giant projections of Washington and Ziio shout at you. It's unclear as to whether these are projections from the sceptre or Connor's mental health deteriorating due to the tea he's been ingesting.]]
* At the end of the Redemption [[spoiler: everything looks to be okay. Washington and Connor have fought off the Apple's illusions, Washington rejected the thing, and Connor is about to dump it in the ocean. Washington is working in his study when he notice a man there, he pitches Washington the idea of him being king. We assume that this man's a Templar. Washington, in a rather badass way, tell him no and to get out...only for him to look up and to see there's no one there. Implying that the Apple has left its mark anyway on the man's mind.
]]
20th Mar '13 8:08:32 AM linzthenerd
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** The Frontier, full stop. [[spoiler: There are bodies everywhere, of Redcoats and civilians and even horses. There are so many corpses, left on the road, strung up on trees and buildings, yet it is treated as a perfectly normal occurrence by basically every character. Almost every settlement you come across is completely deserted and reduced to ruins, save Valley Forge and a handful of caves/barns, where surviving civilians shelter. You thought Connor's empty village was bad post-game? Visit the burnt-out wreckage after encountering the King. There are Bluecoats literally everywhere, terrorising both surviving colonists and native americans alike. And let's not even get started on how many ravenous wolves are trying to eat you...]]

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** The Frontier, full stop. [[spoiler: There are bodies everywhere, of Redcoats and civilians and even horses. There are so many corpses, left on the road, strung up on trees and buildings, yet it is treated as a perfectly normal occurrence by basically every character. Almost every settlement you come across is completely deserted and reduced to ruins, save Valley Forge and a handful of caves/barns, where surviving civilians shelter. You thought Connor's empty village was bad post-game? Visit the burnt-out wreckage after encountering the King. There are Bluecoats literally everywhere, terrorising both surviving colonists and native americans alike. And let's not even get started on how many ravenous wolves are trying to eat you...]]
* In the Betrayal, you have to [[spoiler: fight Washington using your cool new powers, in a weird Animus-esque void. After the fight ends in a draw, you must escape by flying through the void, landing on platforms which slowly dissolve as giant projections of Washington and Ziio shout at you. It's unclear as to whether these are projections from the sceptre or Connor's mental health deteriorating due to the tea he's been ingesting.
]]
11th Mar '13 5:29:23 AM linzthenerd
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** Psychotic, power-hungry Washington himself is quite terrifying.

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** Psychotic, power-hungry Washington himself is quite terrifying.terrifying.
** The Frontier, full stop. [[spoiler: There are bodies everywhere, of Redcoats and civilians and even horses. There are so many corpses, left on the road, strung up on trees and buildings, yet it is treated as a perfectly normal occurrence by basically every character. Almost every settlement you come across is completely deserted and reduced to ruins, save Valley Forge and a handful of caves/barns, where surviving civilians shelter. You thought Connor's empty village was bad post-game? Visit the burnt-out wreckage after encountering the King. There are Bluecoats literally everywhere, terrorising both surviving colonists and native americans alike. And let's not even get started on how many ravenous wolves are trying to eat you...]]
22nd Feb '13 10:08:28 PM ElTheBurner
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* Some of Washington's men [[spoiler: attempt to burn a church full of innocent people]] in the alternate timeline. Luckily [[spoiler: Connor and Ziio get them all out in time... until Washington's men start firing cannon balls into the village and kill most of the civilians anyways.]]

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* ** Some of Washington's men [[spoiler: attempt to burn a church full of innocent people]] in the alternate timeline. Luckily [[spoiler: Connor and Ziio get them all out in time... until Washington's men start firing cannon balls into the village and kill most of the civilians anyways.]]]]
** Psychotic, power-hungry Washington himself is quite terrifying.
22nd Feb '13 10:06:39 PM ElTheBurner
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* Some of Washington's men [[spoiler: attempt to burn a church full of innocent people]] in the alternate timeline. Luckily [[spoiler: Connor and Ziio get them all out in time.]]

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* Some of Washington's men [[spoiler: attempt to burn a church full of innocent people]] in the alternate timeline. Luckily [[spoiler: Connor and Ziio get them all out in time.time... until Washington's men start firing cannon balls into the village and kill most of the civilians anyways.]]
22nd Feb '13 10:03:16 PM ElTheBurner
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