History Recap / AssassinsCreed

11th May '16 2:52:55 AM Morgenthaler
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[[TheHashshashin The Assassins]] and [[TheKnightsTemplar Templars]] are two factions that have been vying for power for thousands of years. The Templars' goal is to bring [[OrderVsChaos Order]] by [[TheEvilsOfFreeWill stripping humanity of its free will]]. To that end they are willing to enslave and murder, engineer wars, and commit countless atrocities. The Assassins' goal is to safeguard the freedom of humanity by selectively eliminating those people who would seek to dominate it, which typically means the Templars.

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[[TheHashshashin The Assassins]] and [[TheKnightsTemplar [[UsefulNotes/TheKnightsTemplar Templars]] are two factions that have been vying for power for thousands of years. The Templars' goal is to bring [[OrderVsChaos Order]] by [[TheEvilsOfFreeWill stripping humanity of its free will]]. To that end they are willing to enslave and murder, engineer wars, and commit countless atrocities. The Assassins' goal is to safeguard the freedom of humanity by selectively eliminating those people who would seek to dominate it, which typically means the Templars.
15th Feb '16 11:54:39 PM EricW
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In each mission, he hears things from the mouths of his victims that cause him to doubt the rightness of his cause. When he returns to Al Mualim, he learns the truth: his master is also a Templar who used Altaïr to eliminate his rivals for power. He attempts to use the Piece of Eden to control Altaïr, but fails. Altaïr fights and defeats him, and when he holds the Piece of Eden, he is astonished to see a vision of the entire planet, with the locations of the other Pieces of Eden marked on it.

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In each mission, he hears things from the mouths of his victims that cause him to doubt the rightness of his cause. When he returns After killing 8 of the templars, De Sade decides to Al Mualim, he approach Richard with a proposal to unite with the Saracens to crush the assassins who've been killing leaders on both sides. Reaching Richard's army in time, Richard forces Altair and De Sabe into combat to have "God" decide who speaks true about the ills the other intends. Upon defeating De Sabe, Altair learns the truth: his master is also a Templar who used Altaïr to eliminate his rivals for power. He Returning after this, Al Mualim uses the Piece of Eden to control the minds of the whole village (aside from a few who resist), and then attempts to use the Piece of Eden to control Altaïr, but fails. Altaïr fights and defeats him, and when he holds the Piece of Eden, he is astonished to see a vision of the entire planet, with the locations of the other Pieces of Eden marked on it.




Also from his time in the animus, looking at Clay's memories, (16) Desmond finds out that Lucy was EvilAllAlong, and had turned to the templar cause during her time undercover, so that killing her stopped her from taking the apple to the templars for their own plans.



Meanwhile, Evie looks for the Piece of Eden, managing to steal an Assassin journal from Thorne. Analyzing the journal, Evie discovers that it refers to the Shroud of Eden, a Piece of Eden that can heal any injury. She follows the trail of clues to the mansion of Edward Kenway, where she finds a map detailing the locations of all of the Assassin vaults hidden in London. Her search leads her to famous landmarks such as the Monument to the Great Fire of London and St. Paul's Cathedral. She obtains the key needed to access the Shroud's vault, but it is stolen by Thorne. Evie then heads to the Tower of London, where the vault is located and assassinates Thorne. Thorne explains the Shroud is not in the Tower and claims that the Assassins have no idea of the true power of the Shroud before dying. Green believes the real vault is hidden in Buckingham Palace, and enlists the aid of the Maharajah Duleep Singh to find the schematics for the building. Unfortunately, the Templars manage to seize the schematics first. In addition to her hunt for the Shroud, Evie also helps correct the unintended consequences Jacob's assassinations cause such as medicine shortages and currency inflation.

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Meanwhile, Evie looks for the Piece of Eden, managing to steal an Assassin journal from Thorne. Analyzing the journal, Evie discovers that it refers to the Shroud of Eden, a Piece of Eden that can heal any injury. She follows the trail of clues to the mansion of Edward Kenway, where she finds a map detailing the locations of all of the Assassin vaults hidden in London. Her search leads her to famous landmarks such as the Monument to the Great Fire of London and St. Paul's Cathedral. She obtains the key needed to access the Shroud's vault, but it is stolen by Thorne. Evie then heads to the Tower of London, where the vault is located and assassinates Thorne. Thorne explains the Shroud is not in the Tower and claims that the Assassins have no idea of the true power of the Shroud before dying. Green believes the real vault is hidden in Buckingham Palace, and enlists the aid of the Maharajah Duleep Singh to find the schematics for the building. Unfortunately, the Templars manage to seize the schematics first. In addition to her hunt for the Shroud, Evie also helps correct the unintended consequences Jacob's assassinations cause such as medicine shortages shortages, a transportation crisis and currency inflation.
15th Jan '16 4:40:57 AM Anddrix
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Your boss, Melanie, tells you that Abstergo is producing their first film and seeks to [[FollowTheLeader build on the recent success]] of [[Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean pirate-themed properties]] by delving into the memories of one Edward Kenway, a key participant in UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfPiracy. Edward's story is interesting because he was an unprincipled rogue and because his life intersected that of some more famous pirates, like Blackbeard, Ben Hornigold, Jack Rackham, etc. Of course, they'll "edit" his story to cut out the rougher edges of his character that "[[ValuesDissonance may not appeal]] to [[ViewersAreMorons modern audiences]]". You enter your cubicle and begin your work, but not before discovering mysterious sticky notes around the office that, when decoded by your portable communicator, reveal the apparent ravings of a madman who is obsessed with a First Civilization woman who can only be Juno.

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Your boss, Melanie, tells you that Abstergo is producing their first film and seeks to [[FollowTheLeader build on the recent success]] of [[Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean pirate-themed properties]] by delving into the memories of one Edward Kenway, a key participant in UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfPiracy. Edward's story is interesting because he was an unprincipled rogue and because his life intersected that of some more famous pirates, like Blackbeard, Ben Hornigold, Jack Rackham, etc. Of course, they'll "edit" his story to cut out the rougher edges of his character that "[[ValuesDissonance may not appeal]] to [[ViewersAreMorons modern audiences]]".audiences". You enter your cubicle and begin your work, but not before discovering mysterious sticky notes around the office that, when decoded by your portable communicator, reveal the apparent ravings of a madman who is obsessed with a First Civilization woman who can only be Juno.
14th Jan '16 9:43:44 AM Stormblessed
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\nThe story begins in 1888 with Jacob meeting a journalist named Weaversbrook, who Jacob warns not to publish Jack's letters as he wants to spread fear in London. He then receives word of another murder and goes to investigate. Jacob goes after the Ripper, who begins following him before eventually attacking. As the Ripper pursues Jacob, it is revealed that he knows Jacob personally, and possesses Assassin abilities. After escaping, Jacob reaches his lodgings, but the Ripper arrives and [[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown attacks]] again, with Jacob apparently being killed.

Following the incident, Evie returns from India where she is greeted by police inspector Frederick Abberline, who informs her that Jacob is missing and is presumed dead. He also tells her that she may be the last Assassin in London, and the only one capable of stopping the Ripper. After finding Jacob's lodgings, Evie takes some non-lethal fear tools used by the Indian Brotherhood. She also deduces that the Ripper is in fact one of Jacob's Assassin Initiates. Afterwards, she kills the Ripper's lieutenants who have been aiding in his crimes and frees a number of prisoners he had been keeping hostage. All the while, the Ripper stalks Evie.

With more murders occurring, Evie is pressured to find the Ripper quickly; after the Ripper's final murder, Abberline makes it plain unless she delivers the Ripper, he won't be able to stop her from being arrested for the crimes. She reexamines all of his old crime scenes and finds hidden clues that lead to him, as well as learning the fact that all of the women he murdered were Assassins. She later finds a message left by the Ripper, which reveals that he never forgave Jacob for failing to protect his mother from being killed by Starrick's men. Evie deduces that the Ripper is waiting for her at Lambeth Asylum, where he was imprisoned before Jacob recruited him into the Brotherhood. Meanwhile, the Ripper returns to the Asylum and murders his former tormentors. Evie arrives shortly after the Ripper and kills him in battle. Afterwards, she finds Jacob imprisoned and tortured, but still alive. With the Ripper dead, Abberline agrees to cover up the Ripper's identity as an Assassin in order to protect the Brotherhood.
14th Nov '15 9:29:43 PM GoneRampant
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In the modern day, Abstergo Entertainment, a subsidiary of Abstergo which is in charge of producing multimedia goods, releases their first major product, Liberation, a video game about the life of the Assassin Aveline de Grandpré. The game, however, is heavily censored, with any details regarding the Assassins - Templar war being omitted, in an attempt to portray the Assassins as the villainous force. As the player progresses through the game, they are greeted by messages from a group of hackers known as Erudito, giving them access to the full story hidden behind Abstergo's censoring attempts.

The main portion of the game takes place in Louisiana near the end of the French and Indian War, where France's defeat caused the city of New Orleans to be taken over by the Spanish government. The citizens were upset over the transition from French to Spanish control and Spain's new occupation within the city. However, in 1765, the French governor Jean-Jacques Blaise d'Abbadie made a negotiation with Templar Rafael Joaquín de Ferrer to stay as governor of New Orleans. This plot was later uncovered by Aveline, who infiltrated the governor's mansion and assassinated him.

Following this, de Ferrer made another deal with a man named Baptiste, who was hoping to defect from the Assassins to the Templar Order. Baptiste took on the identity of the recently deceased François Mackandal, as a ruse to attract followers to his cause. His plan was to poison New Orleans' nobles and take control of smuggling operations within the Louisiana Bayou, although his sole purpose was actually to force Agaté, Assassin and mentor to Aveline, out of hiding in the bayou. His plot failed however, as Aveline tracked Baptiste down, killed his followers and assassinated the false Mackandal.

In 1766, the Templar Antonio de Ulloa arrived in New Orleans, to serve as the Spanish governor. However, he left control of the area to French officials and allowed the French flag to remain over the city. Two years afterwards, he made strict trade restrictions and set up a covert slave-trading operation to transport slaves to a Templar worksite in Mexico, creating a rebellion among French officials and the citizens of New Orleans.

Agaté ordered Aveline to assassinate de Ulloa to eradicate Templar presence in New Orleans. Aveline ambushed de Ulloa's carriage and confronted the governor, who told her that slaves had been taken to Chichén Itzá. However, Aveline spared his life and let Ulloa leave the city, in return for a lens used to decode Templar documents and a map leading her to the Templar worksite in Chichén Itzá. Aveline's act of mercy destroyed any trust Agaté had in his student, as she had disobeyed his explicit orders.

Aveline disguised herself as a slave bound for Mexico and made her way to the Templar worksite at Chichén Itzá. Whilst there, she came across a defiant slave who mentioned that Jeanne, Aveline's mother, was stationed in Chichén Itzá. Aveline investigated thoroughly and uncovered a page from Jeanne's diary and a map that lead to an artifact located inside a cenote. Upon exploring this cave system, she came across an ancient chamber filled with ruins from the First Civilization, along with a fragment of the artifact she was searching for, known as the Prophecy Disk. Aveline then encountered de Ferrer, and killed him and his men. She was reunited with her mother, who warned her not to let the disk fall into Agaté's hands.

Two years later, Aveline returned to New Orleans to find that a man by the name of Vázquez was using Spanish soldiers to seize control of the bayou. She suspected him to be the head Templar of Louisiana, a.k.a. the Company Man, who de Ferrer had mentioned in Chichén Itzá. After retrieving the final piece of the Prophecy Disk in Chichén Itzá, Aveline went back to New Orleans once more to begin her quest in freeing slaves in the city. Her stepmother, Madeleine de L'Isle, became aware of her work and asked her to help a slave named George escape north. Whilst escorting him through the swamp, she met with her smuggler allies Élise Lafleur and Roussillon, helping them to deliver supplies to American Patriots who were fighting in the American Revolutionary War. Vázquez attempted to stop Aveline and her allies by sending Spanish soldiers their way, but Aveline defeated them and ensured George and the supplies reached their destination. After returning to the city, Aveline attended a governor's ball under disguise and managed to get close to Vázquez and assassinate him. However, to her surprise, Vázquez revealed that he was not the Company Man. Following this, Aveline learned that her father, who had been ill for some time, had died.

In 1777, Aveline headed to the New York Frontier, and teamed up with the Assassin Connor to find a Templar officer who was working for the Company Man. She discovered the officer to be George, the same slave she had freed years before, and the Company Man was none other than Madeleine. After confronting her stepmother at her mansion, Aveline traveled to the bayou and met with Agaté to inform him of her discovery. Agaté was unable to accept his failure and believing that Aveline had sided with the Templars, attacked her. Aveline overpowered him and attempted to convince him to leave Louisiana for his own safety, but Agaté could not live with the humiliation and instead chose to dive to his death. On realizing this, Aveline quickly attempted to save him, but only managed to grasp his necklace which tore away from his neck.

Following her mentor's death, Aveline saw her situation as an opportunity to infiltrate the Templars and eradicate it from within. Upon returning to New Orleans, she made her way to the Saint Louis Cathedral and gave Madeleine Agaté's necklace to show her allegiance. Following this, she was inducted into the Templar Order by her stepmother. Aveline then gave her the two halves of the Prophecy Disk, which Madeleine placed on an altar and added another piece to hold the two fragments together. However, she could not make sense of the scrambled messages within. Aveline saw this as her moment to strike and reclaim the Prophecy Disk. She eliminated all the Templars inside the cathedral and assassinated Madeleine.

Now alone inside the cathedral, Aveline stepped up to the altar where the Prophecy Disk had been placed. She connected the locket she wore around her neck, which once belonged to her mother, to the artifact, causing it to display a holographic recording detailing a message from the time of the First Civilization. This message recounted the election of Eve as the leader of the rebellion during the Human-First Civilization War.



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By collecting items throughout the game world called Lucid Memory Fragments, it is shown that while camping, Connor was greeted by a fearful Washington, who explained he was having unspeakable nightmares involving him, and that he believed the source was a spherical artifact he had taken from an officer following the Siege of Yorktown. Washington remarked that oddly, he could not remember the man's face. Connor recognized it as an Apple of Eden, and suggested he take the artifact into his possession. As Connor reached out to take the Apple from Washington's hands, everything went black.

!!'''Part 1: The Infamy:'''

The episode began with Ratonhnhaké:ton asleep near a riverbank in the Frontier, wearing an animal spirit outfit. Ratonhnhaké:ton was then awoken by his mother, Kaniehtí:io, who alerted him to a threat in the forest. He followed her, questioning why she was alive and what had happened. Eventually, they came upon a Bluecoat patrol attacking the villagers. After dispatching the Bluecoats, a woman warned Kaniehtí:io that King George was looking for her. Kaniehtí:io led Ratonhnhaké:ton to the top of the hill, while he questioned the surroundings, and why the woman referred to George Washington as "King."

As they reached the top of the hill, they witnessed a group of Bluecoats forcing the Concord townspeople into the church and barricading the door. The Bluecoat leader demanded that the people inform him of the location of Kaniehtí:io. As they insisted that they did not know her location, the Bluecoats set fire to the church. Ratonhnhaké:ton and his mother quickly ambushed Washington's men, and liberated the townspeople, only for a cannonball blast to kill the group before they could escape.

Later, Ratonhnhaké:ton and Kaniehtí:io returned to Kanatahséton, where they met another Bluecoat attack. King Washington, accompanied by Benedict Arnold and Israel Putnam, killed Ratonhnhaké:ton's mother with a scepter containing an Apple of Eden. Ratonhnhaké:ton fought Washington, only to be defeated by the Apple's power, and was later shot and stabbed with a musket by Washington. Afterwards, he slipped into a state of unconsciousness.

When Ratonhnhaké:ton awoke in a cave, five months had passed and the Clan Mother told him what happened. She noted that he wasn't surprised about the news of his mother's death, saying that he took her murder very well. Ratonhnhaké:ton was then tasked by Oiá:ner to climb the Red Willow, pick its virgin branches, and drink the willow tea. He heeded her instruction, and visited the Sky World, where he encountered his animal spirit, which gave him the power to become invisible at will, as well as summon a group of wolves to ambush his enemies. Shortly thereafter, he was requested by one of his fellow tribesmen, Kahionhaténion, to assist in finding and rescuing his brother, Teiowí:sonte. The two tracked down a group of Bluecoats, and discovered that Teiowí:sonte was to be executed along with some of his fellow tribesmen. Once they have been rescued, Ratonhnhaké:ton's returned to Oiá:ner for further instructions.

When he returned to their hideout, he discovered all of the villagers had been killed, and a dying Oiá:ner. With her dying breath, she told him to kill Washington, as well as Israel Putnam and Benedict Arnold, finishing what his mother started. Ratonhnhaké:ton tracked down Putnam to the encampment in Valley Forge, and tailed him to one of the Forts in the frontier, where Benedict Arnold was stationed. Ratonhnhaké:ton made his way inside the fort and assassinated Arnold. Before he died, Arnold told him to find Benjamin Franklin in Boston and free him. While Ratonhnhaké:ton was confused by Arnold's words, Putnam approached from behind, and knocked Ratonhnhaké:ton out with his pistol. When he awoke, Ratonhnhaké:ton found himself captured and bound in a slave cart heading for Boston. Putnam revealed his intentions of taking the command of Boston from Franklin.

!!'''Part 2: The Betrayal:'''

Ratonhnhaké:ton awoke in a cell, and was soon approached by Washington, Putnam and Franklin. Washington was greatly surprised to see the man whom he had shot point blank to be alive. Putnam offered Ratonhnhaké:ton as a gift, much to the King's delight and Franklin's dismay. Franklin attempted to shift the attention to one of the rebels that he had captured, but Washington was not interested. He ordered both prisoners to be executed, along with several citizens taken at random. Franklin objected to the idea, but backed down once Washington called him out on his doubts. Afterwards, the King told Putnam that if he can deal with the rebels in Boston, Washington would grant the command of the city to him, on account of Franklin losing his conviction.

After Washington left, Ratonhnhaké:ton used his powers to trick the guards into opening his cell. After escaping and locking the guards inside, he found that the rebel whom Franklin mentioned was Kanen'tó:kon. After freeing his friend, Ratonhnhaké:ton went into an adjacent warehouse to search of his equipment. Kanen'tó:kon went with him, and found a vial which contained the tea made from the leaves of the Red Willow, and argued with Ratonhnhaké:ton about the benefits of drinking it. Seeing no other option, Ratonhnhaké:ton opted to drink the tea instead of Kanen'tó:kon, which caused him to go on a Sky World Journey once more.

After drinking the tea, Ratonhnhaké:ton was transported to the Sky World again. There, he met another spirit animal, the eagle. Ratonhnhaké:ton saw some bobcats trying to harm the eagle's nest and helped to defend it. After fending off the bobcat attack, the eagle granted him the power of Eagle Flight.

Ratonhnhaké:ton woke up next to Kanen'tó:kon in the warehouse. Kanen'tó:kon told him that the Bluecoats had found them and sounded the alarm. Ratonhnhaké:ton used his new power to leave the room, and dispatched the Bluecoats outside. Benjamin Franklin entered the warehouse with his men, who began searching for Ratonhnhaké:ton and Kanen'tó:kon, while Franklin left. After eliminating the opposition and leaving the warehouse, the pair caught up to Franklin, who sent more of his men to stall them while he tried to escape. Ratonhnhaké:ton gave chase and eventually caught up with Franklin, while Kanen'tó:kon stayed behind to fend off the Bluecoats.

Franklin seemed confused and questioned Ratonhnhaké:ton's words. The two were interrupted with a sudden appearance of Washington, who used the Apple to attack Ratonhnhaké:ton.

Ratonhnhaké:ton avoided Washington's attacks, and used his new-found abilities to fight him. Washington used the Apple to collapse the ground beneath Ratonhnhaké:ton, who used Eagle Flight to leap between appearing platforms to escape. As he did this, enormous phantoms of Washington and Kaniehtí:io began to torment him. When Ratonhnhaké:ton landed on the final platform, it collapsed and caused him to fall into an abyss.

Ratonhnhaké:ton awoke in an alleyway, far from where he caught up to Franklin. He was soon found by Kanen'tó:kon who introduced him to Samuel Adams, the leader of the rebels in Boston, and they left for a safehouse. There, Adams explained his rebels were planning to leave Boston or his rebels would be crushed. However, he wanted to rescue some prisoners, but feared Franklin would ambush them.

Ratonhnhaké:ton explained he was planning to hunt down Franklin, so Adams suggested he visit a local tavern to gain information on his whereabouts. Despite the presence of suspicious Bluecoats, Ratonhnhaké:ton blended in by playing a board game, and overheard a soldier complaining about a message he had to deliver from Franklin to Putnam. Tailing the soldier, Ratonhnhaké:ton pickpocketed the letter and read that Franklin intended to meet Putnam at the docks, and then quietly returned it in the messenger's satchel.

At the docks, Ratonhnhaké:ton watched as Franklin was informed that Putnam refused to meet him, and had been replaced by him as governor of the city. Franklin noticed his sentinels had been taken out, so Ratonhnhaké:ton loosed his arrows to prevent him from escaping. The injury once again released Franklin from the Apple's spell, and Ratonhnhaké:ton took him to Adams's safehouse. The rebel leader was outraged, and wanted Franklin killed, despite his protests that he wanted to atone for what he did.

Ratonhnhaké:ton convinced Adams to spare him due to the intelligence he could provide, at which point Franklin disclosed the king had returned to New York to deal with Thomas Jefferson's rebels there. Kanen'tó:kon mentioned a sympathetic captain stationed at Boston Neck could help them leave the city and join Jefferson. Franklin said he would help enter Washington's palace, but Adams bitterly refused his help.

Adams's rebels left Ratonhnhaké:ton and Franklin in the city. The Assassin was more receptive to Franklin's help and set off on errands to craft a key to Washington's palace, retrieving a special metal from the blacksmith David Walston and plans Franklin had given a soldier at the tavern. There, Ratonhnhaké:ton sat down to play a game with the soldier, who gloatingly Putnam had started a rumor that a captain at Boston Neck was sympathetic to the rebels, and that they had been massacred. Angered, Ratonhnhaké:ton struck the soldier and beat up the others relaxing at the tavern before retrieving the plans. He verified that Adams had been killed by Putnam and presumed that Kanen'tó:kon was dead as well.

With time running out, Ratonhnhaké:ton returned to Franklin to inform him, and noted they would have to leave by sea. Franklin knew of a ship they could use, and Ratonhnhaké:ton stole a Bluecoat uniform for Franklin to wear while he escorted him. They found Robert Faulkner, who struck out at Franklin for confiscating the Aquila from him. After explaining Franklin's change of loyalties, Ratonhnhaké:ton promised to return Faulkner's ship if he gathered a crew to sail to New York.

After taking out the snipers guarding the Aquila and untying the ship's moorings, Ratonhnhaké:ton led the crew Faulkner had gathered in a charge on the pier. He held off soldiers firing at the sailors as they swam to the drifting ship. Putnam showed up with Kanen'tó:kon, threatening to execute him if they did not surrender. Ratonhnhaké:ton surprised him by using his animal powers and assassinated him. He listened as Putnam expressed regret for not fighting off the Apple's influence, and then died. The two warriors subsequently dove into the pier, dodging gunfire.

As the Aquila arrived in New York Bay, Kanen'tó:kon expressed regret for suggesting to Putnam that Ratonhnhaké:ton would escape via the docks while being tortured, but Ratonhnhaké:ton did not mind. Faulkner declared they were in sight of the city, and the two men gazed in awe as they looked upon Washington's New York Pyramid for the first time.

!!'''Part 3: The Redemption:'''

As the duo gazed at the fortress, the king's fleet launched an attack on the Aquila. After taking the wheel and destroying the enemy ships, Ratonhnhaké:ton ordered they take the flags from the wreckage to infiltrate the lower bay. There they destroyed more of Washington's ships until they ran out of ammunition, so Ratonhnhaké:ton ordered everyone to evacuate while he rammed the ship.

Franklin was swept ashore, where he was confronted by King Washington. Franklin refused to come under his power again, but the king revealed he wanted to kill him instead. Kanen'tó:kon tackled Washington off his horse, knocking his scepter aside, but the king's guards came to his rescue, firing repeatedly at the warrior, killing him. Washington recovered his scepter and returned to his palace.

Ratonhnhaké:ton soon came and found Franklin kneeling over Kanen'tó:kon's body, and resolved to undertake another Sky World Journey. He encountered the spirit of his mother once more, protesting his decision to defy her for a third time, and journeyed to meet the spirit of the bear, which granted him the strength to shake the earth.

Franklin watched over his unconscious body. When Ratonhnhaké:ton awoke, Franklin noticed his eyes had turned an unnatural blue. The two separated to find Jefferson's forces, but reunited when they found his rebels, buoyed by the destruction of the fleet, had launched an attack on the palace courtyard. Their offensive was faltering, so Ratonhnhaké:ton used his new power to cut off Washington's reinforcements, and opened an escape path for Jefferson's men.

Ratonhnhaké:ton introduced himself to Jefferson, and met with him afterwards in an alley. Jefferson explained they need the civilians to join the rebellion, and directed him to assassinate John Fitzwilliams, an official hoarding food supplies. After killing Fitzwilliams, Ratonhnhaké:ton and Warren distributed food to the hungry masses, winning their support. Washington responded by making a speech declaring an invasion of England, but Ratonhnhaké:ton's continued acts of civil disobedience gained more support for the rebels, convincing the civilians to attack their military oppressors.

Ratonhnhaké:ton gave the signal to start the assault on Washington's palace by working with Godfrey to detonate the lighthouse in Fort George. The following morning, as chaos raged throughout the city, Franklin gave Ratonhnhaké:ton the key to Washington's throne room. Entering the palace, Ratonhnhaké:ton used his freerunning skills and animal powers to find Washington, while deducing from clues how his mother had stolen the scepter from him. Eventually, he found the king atop the pyramid, surveying the raging battle beneath him. The Assassin offered to spare the king if he gave him the Apple, recognizing he was a victim of its corruptive influence, but Washington refused.

In the ensuing fight, Ratonhnhaké:ton broke the four corners of the stained glass ceiling, causing them to fall: a wounded Washington slumped into his throne and died. Ratonhnhaké:ton approached the Apple, when spectres of Kanen'tó:kon and his mother appeared urging him not to claim it. Finally, a vision of himself, wearing the Assassin robes, appeared demanding he take it.

On touching the Apple, the illusionary timeline collapsed, freeing Connor and Washington. After aggressively glaring at each other, Washington picked up the Apple and gave it to Connor, declaring he did not want it. Connor was also reticent about possessing such a powerful artifact, so the commander suggested sealing it in a weighted bag and dropping it into the sea.

Afterwards, Connor took the Aquila out to sea to dump the Apple. Meanwhile, Washington sat in his office when the Apple generated one final illusion of a man suggesting the commander crown himself king, to strengthen the new republic. Having seen what he became in the other world, Washington defiantly dismissed the notion, at which point the man disappeared.
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In modern time, this game opens a short while after the end of ''Assassin's Creed III'', and no longer features Desmond Miles as the point of view character. Instead, you are an [[{{AFGNCAAP}} anonymous first-person perspective character]] who has been hired by the recently founded Abstergo Entertainment, a Montreal-based subsidiary of Abstergo Industries, that is seeking to produce video games and feature films using the Animus technology. (Their first product was ''Assassin's Creed III: Liberation''.) To that end, your job is to be a historical researcher into the ancestry of Desmond Miles (who [[BlatantLies "generously donated"]] his DNA) via the recently perfected technology that allows users to experience the memories of people not in their direct bloodline.

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In modern time, this game opens a short while after the end of ''Assassin's Creed III'', and no longer features Desmond Miles as the point of view character. Instead, you are an [[{{AFGNCAAP}} anonymous first-person perspective character]] (Given the FanNickname of R-L) who has been hired by the recently founded Abstergo Entertainment, a Montreal-based subsidiary of Abstergo Industries, that is seeking to produce video games and feature films using the Animus technology. (Their first product was ''Assassin's Creed III: Liberation''.) To that end, your job is to be a historical researcher into the ancestry of Desmond Miles (who [[BlatantLies "generously donated"]] his DNA) via the recently perfected technology that allows users to experience the memories of people not in their direct bloodline.



You exit from the Animus again, this time to find yourself in a cozy but stark prison cell. Melanie tells you that, along with all the other Animus researchers, you are a suspect in the rash of hacking that's been occurring in their building. John offers to help clear the records of your involvement, but only if you help him break into Abstergo's mainframe. Doing so, you are unexpectedly confronted with the holographic face of Juno. As it turns out, she's supposed to [[GrandTheftMe possess your body]] in order to reincarnate herself! Fortunately for you, she is not strong enough to do so, and John raves furiously in disappointment. You are left with no choice but to return to the Animus.

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You exit from the Animus again, this time to find yourself in a cozy but stark prison cell. Melanie tells you that, along with all the other Animus researchers, you are a suspect in the rash of hacking that's been occurring in their building. John offers to help clear the records of your involvement, but only if you help him break into Abstergo's mainframe. Doing so, you are unexpectedly confronted with the holographic face of Juno. As it turns out, she's supposed to [[GrandTheftMe possess your body]] in order to reincarnate herself! herself. Fortunately for you, she is not strong enough to do so, and John raves furiously in disappointment. You are left with no choice but to return to the Animus.



You may then enter the Animus one last time to witness the epilogue of Edward's story, as he greets a ship sailing into Great Inagua bearing... his daughter, by the wife he left behind in Wales, who is now dead. She is unusually worldly for her age and engages in a lively and intelligent conversation with her father as the two of them sail to England to begin a new life. After the credits roll, we are treated to a closing scene at the same London opera house where ''Assassin's Creed III'' opened. Edward, a prosperous and respectable gentleman, fends off suitors for his daughter while doting on his young son... Haytham.

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You may then enter RL enters the Animus one last time to witness the epilogue of Edward's story, as he greets a ship sailing into Great Inagua bearing... his daughter, by the wife he left behind in Wales, who is now dead. She is unusually worldly for her age and engages in a lively and intelligent conversation with her father as the two of them sail to England to begin a new life. After the credits roll, we are treated to a closing scene at the same London opera house where ''Assassin's Creed III'' opened. Edward, a prosperous and respectable gentleman, fends off suitors for his daughter while doting on his young son... Haytham.



However, Cormac has begun questioning the Assassins' motives after seeing their refusal to engage in dialogue with the Templars, and takes no satisfaction from killing an already-dying Templar commander, Lawrence Washington. His doubts come to a head in Lisbon, where his attempt to retrieve the Piece of Eden triggers an earthquake which destroys the city. Noting that similar events occurred in Haiti, Shay is horrified to learn that Achilles and the Assassins intend to pursue the remaining Pieces of Eden, and steals a manuscript necessary to interpret the artifact and flees, while the Assassins give chase. Confronted on the edge of a cliff at the homestead, he decides to commit suicide and bury the manuscript in the depths of the Atlantic rather than let the Assassins reacquire it. Just as he jumps, fellow Assassin Louis-Joseph Gaultier de La Vérendrye shoots him in the back, although Shay goes on to believe that it was his best friend Liam's doing.

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However, Cormac Shay has begun questioning the Assassins' motives after seeing their refusal to engage in dialogue with the Templars, and takes no satisfaction from killing an already-dying Templar commander, Lawrence Washington. His doubts come to a head in Lisbon, where his attempt to retrieve the Piece of Eden triggers an earthquake which destroys the city. Noting that similar events occurred in Haiti, Shay is horrified to learn that Achilles and the Assassins intend to pursue the remaining Pieces of Eden, and steals a manuscript necessary to interpret the artifact and flees, while the Assassins give chase. Confronted on the edge of a cliff at the homestead, he decides to commit suicide and bury the manuscript in the depths of the Atlantic rather than let the Assassins reacquire it. Just as he jumps, fellow Assassin Louis-Joseph Gaultier de La Vérendrye shoots him in the back, although Shay goes on to believe that it was his best friend Liam's doing.



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In the present day, an Assassin Initiate is contacted by Bishop and is tasked with reliving the memories of twin Assassins, Jacob and Evie Frye, to find a Piece of Eden hidden in London. Meanwhile, Rebecca and Shaun have infiltrated an Abstergo facility and, against orders, decide to spy on a secret Templar meeting.

In 1868, Henry Green, real name Jayadeep Mir, son of the Indian Assassin Arbaaz Mir, writes to the Assassin Brotherhood begging for aid, explaining how the Brotherhood in London has fallen, leaving the city at the mercy of the Templar Grand Master, Crawford Starrick, who controls both London's industry and criminal underworld, and who plans to seize control of Britain and, through its holdings, the world. Outside of London, the Frye twins begin their work, with Jacob assassinating a corrupt factory boss, Rupert Ferris. Evie infiltrates a lab owned run by David Brewster and Templar Occultist, Lucy Thorne. Inside, Evie finds Brewster experimenting on a Piece of Eden and assassinates him. Brewster tells Evie that Starrick knows of a second, more powerful Piece of Eden when the first Piece of Eden becomes unstable and explodes, forcing Evie to flee. With their missions successful, the Frye twins decide to disobey orders from the Brotherhood and head for London. In the present, Rebecca and Shaun spy on a meeting between Isabelle Ardant and Alvaro Gramatica. Rebecca and Shaun attempt to capture Isabelle but she had anticipated the ambush, revealing that former Sigma Team leader and Master Templar, Otso Berg, and Violet de Costa were there to intercept the two assassins, but Shaun and Rebecca are able to escape by a small window.

In the past, the Frye twins arrive in London and meet with Henry Green, an old acquaintance of their father. They have differing ideas on how to liberate London; Jacob advocating that they take the fight straight to the Templars, while Evie advises they find the Piece of Eden first. They both agree to begin liberating the various boroughs of London by defeating Templar-controlled gangs, sabotaging Templar-controlled businesses, assassinating high ranking Templars, and building up their own criminal gang called the Rooks. Along the way, they enlist the help of various people including Charles Dickens, Frederick Aberline, Alexander Graham Bell, Florence Nightingale, Edward Hodson Bayley, and a young Arthur Conan Doyle.

Jacob decides to investigate the mysterious "Soothing Syrup" that Starrick has been distributing all across London and is slowly poisoning the populace. He meets Charles Darwin, who is also investigating the syrup. Together, they destroy the factory producing the syrup and interrogate Richard Owen. Owen informs them that John Elliotson has been manufacturing the syrup. Jacob and Darwin then head to Lambeth Asylum, where Jacob assassinates Elliotson. Next, Jacob decides to assist Pearl Attaway, one of Starrick's competitors in the omnibus business. He sabotages Starrick's omnibus company and assassinates its boss, Malcolm Milner. However, Milner warns Jacob that Starrick and Attaway are cousins and that Attaway is a Templar. In response, Jacob assassinates Attaway. Jacob then learns of Templar banker Philip Twopenny's plot to rob the Bank of England and steal its gold reserve. With Aberline's assistance, Jacob breaks into the Bank and assassinates Twopenny. Jacob then heads to Parliament to prevent a Templar plot to assassinate British Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli, who is pushing to pass the Corrupt Practices Act. Jacob assassinates the mastermind, Earl of Cardigan. Jacob is then contacted by Maxwell Roth, the leader of the Templar-controlled gang, the Blighters. Roth offers to betray the Templars and form an alliance with the Rooks, which Jacob accepts. After assisting Roth in several missions against Starrick, Jacob breaks off the alliance when Roth tricks him into bombing a building full of children. Jacob infiltrates Roth's headquarters at the Alhambra Theatre and assassinates Roth.

Meanwhile, Evie looks for the Piece of Eden, managing to steal an Assassin journal from Thorne. Analyzing the journal, Evie discovers that it refers to the Shroud of Eden, a Piece of Eden that can heal any injury. She follows the trail of clues to the mansion of Edward Kenway, where she finds a map detailing the locations of all of the Assassin vaults hidden in London. Her search leads her to famous landmarks such as the Monument to the Great Fire of London and St. Paul's Cathedral. She obtains the key needed to access the Shroud's vault, but it is stolen by Thorne. Evie then heads to the Tower of London, where the vault is located and assassinates Thorne. Thorne explains the Shroud is not in the Tower and claims that the Assassins have no idea of the true power of the Shroud before dying. Green believes the real vault is hidden in Buckingham Palace, and enlists the aid of the Maharajah Duleep Singh to find the schematics for the building. Unfortunately, the Templars manage to seize the schematics first. In addition to her hunt for the Shroud, Evie also helps correct the unintended consequences Jacob's assassinations cause such as medicine shortages and currency inflation.

With all of his lieutenants dead, Starrick moves to retrieve the Shroud personally. Throughout the latter part of the game, the twins different views on approaching their time in London comes a boiling point when Jacob and Evie get into an argument over Jacob's recklessness and Evie's apparent inaction. Henry warns the Frye twins that Starrick plans to break into Buckingham Palace, steal the Shroud, and kill all of Britain's heads of church and state. The Frye twins agree to work together to stop Starrick before putting an end to their partnership. The twins infiltrate a ball being held at the palace, where they meet Queen Victoria and Starrick himself. Starrick beats them to the vault and obtains the Shroud for himself, which grants him superhuman strength and regeneration from wounds. Working together, the Frye twins and Green manage to defeat and kill Starrick. After the battle, Jacob and Evie return the Shroud to the vault, reconcile their differences, and agree to continue working together. In recognition of their deeds, Queen Victoria knights the Frye twins and Green.

In the present, with the location of the Shroud confirmed, Shaun, Rebecca, and Galina head to the vault. Unfortunately, Otso Berg, de Costa, and Ardant beat them there, and despite the Assassins ambushing them, the Templars manage to escape with the Shroud and Rebecca is shot and wounded. Hacking Isabelle's computer, the Assassins find out the Templars plan to use the Shroud to construct a living Precursor. The recording also shows that Juno is secretly manipulating certain employees within Abstergo from behind the scenes to sabotage the company, and has her own plans for the Shroud.

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Adewale launched an attack on the Governor's mansion, slaughtering dozens of guards before killing the Governor with a [[HoistByHisOwnPetard branding iron he had just been using to torture a slave with]]. Adewale is merciless, driving his machete into De Fayet. Adewale admits to De Fayet that he has never wanted someone to suffer in death as much as he does the Governor, before killing him. Adewale says his goodbyes to Bastienne and Augustin, finally giving the Templar Box to Bastienne before leaving Port Au Prince due to him no longer being safe there. Roll credits.

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Adewale launched launches an attack on the Governor's mansion, slaughtering dozens of guards in a RoaringRampageOfRevenge before killing the Governor with a [[HoistByHisOwnPetard branding iron he had just been using to torture a slave with]]. Adewale is merciless, driving his machete into De Fayet. Adewale admits to De Fayet that he has never wanted someone to suffer in death as much as he does the Governor, before killing him. Adewale says his goodbyes to Bastienne and Augustin, finally giving the Templar Box to Bastienne before leaving Port Au Prince due to him no longer being safe there. Roll credits.



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The Modern Day plot begins one year after the events of Black Flag, with a new unnamed player character (Nicknamed "Numbskull") who works for Abstergo Entertainment. While investigating the memories of Shay Patrick Cormac, an Assassin working in the North Atlantic during the French and Indian War, they inadvertently trip a hidden memory file that corrupts the Abstergo servers. With the building being put into lockdown, the player is recruited by Melanie Lemay to continue exploring Shay's memories in an effort to clear the system.

Shay is a new recruit to the Brotherhood of Assassins, working under Achilles Davenport. Achilles sees potential in him, but Shay develops an insubordinate streak that frustrates his mentors. Believing that taking a more active role in the Brotherhood's affairs will temper his impetuousness, Achilles orders Shay with his newly acquired ship the Morrígan to track down a Templar cell that has been deciphering a Precursor artifact revealing the locations of several Pieces of Eden. The artifact, in the form of a wooden box, had been stolen from the Assassins following a massive earthquake in Haiti some years before. With the help of Benjamin Franklin, a Piece of Eden is located in Lisbon, and Shay is tasked with retrieving it.

However, Cormac has begun questioning the Assassins' motives after seeing their refusal to engage in dialogue with the Templars, and takes no satisfaction from killing an already-dying Templar commander, Lawrence Washington. His doubts come to a head in Lisbon, where his attempt to retrieve the Piece of Eden triggers an earthquake which destroys the city. Noting that similar events occurred in Haiti, Shay is horrified to learn that Achilles and the Assassins intend to pursue the remaining Pieces of Eden, and steals a manuscript necessary to interpret the artifact and flees, while the Assassins give chase. Confronted on the edge of a cliff at the homestead, he decides to commit suicide and bury the manuscript in the depths of the Atlantic rather than let the Assassins reacquire it. Just as he jumps, fellow Assassin Louis-Joseph Gaultier de La Vérendrye shoots him in the back, although Shay goes on to believe that it was his best friend Liam's doing.

Shay is rescued by a passing ship and taken to New York City. Once he recovers, he uses the skills he learned from the Assassins to drive out the city's criminal gangs. His actions attract the attention of George Monro, the city's governor, who offers Cormac the chance to help rebuild the city. Indebted to Monro, Shay assists the British Army in their early campaigns against the French, and discovers that Achilles' chapter is supporting the French war effort. Monro reveals himself to be a Templar, and despite being aware of Shay's previous loyalties, he offers him a place within their Order. Shay accepts, but Monro is killed shortly afterwards during an attack on a British fort. Shay is then formally inducted by the Templar Grandmaster, Haytham Kenway.

Shay reveals to Kenway his belief that the Pieces of Eden sought by the Assassins are not weapons, but instead are being used to hold the world together, and he pledges to stop his former allies before they cause another catastrophe. His efforts lead to the deaths of several senior figures in the Brotherhood, including his mentor figure Hope Jensen, until only Achilles and Liam remain. On discovering that the pair are headed for another Precursor temple in the Arctic, Shay immediately pursues them. Inside the temple, Haytham and Shay confront Achilles and Liam over their actions, but Achilles' attempts to prevent bloodshed causes Liam to destroy the Piece of Eden by accident, causing another earthquake. While Haytham pursues Achilles, Shay and Liam fight throughout the temple, until the two fall off a waterfall, with Liam not surviving the fall. He arrives in time to persuade Haytham to spare Achilles, arguing both on a moral ground (That they are no better than the Assassins if they cannot show mercy) and a practical one (Achilles' testimony will stop the Assassins from trying to locate other Precursor Sites). Haytham nonetheless cripples Achilles as a precaution by kneecapping him.

With the Colonial America branch of the Assassin Brotherhood all but destroyed, Cormac is tasked with locating the artifact that was used to find the Pieces of Eden, as Achilles had passed it to other Assassins prior to his Arctic voyage. Cormac's twenty year search eventually leads him to Versailles, where he discovers it under the care of Charles Dorian; father of Arno, the protagonist of ''Assassin's Creed Unity.'' Cormac kills Charles and takes possession of the artifact, taunting the dying man with the promise that while the American Revolution ended Templar influence in the Americas, a new revolution may yet hold promise.

In the present day, Numbskull reconciles Shay's memories and navigates through several memories focusing on Shay in Paris before he assassinated Dorian. Under the direction of Otso Berg, a senior Templar leader, they upload them to the Assassin network, revealing how close Achilles Davenport came to destroying the world. The result is almost instantaneous, with the Assassins thrown into disarray and, as revealed in ''Unity,'' retaliating by hacking into the Abstergo's systems and destroying all of the company's Precursor samples as well as causing several of their servers to melt down. As reward for their actions, Numbskull is presented with a choice; join the Templar Order, or die. The game fades to black before a choice is made.


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In 2014, a random player of Helix (a gaming device produced by Abstergo that allows access to many different genetic memories) named "The Initiate," plays through a memory of the sacking of the Paris Temple, and the capture of Templar Grand Master Jacques de Molay, in 1307. During the sack, de Molay entrusts another Templar with a sword and a book, which the Templar hides within a French crypt. The memory then fast forwards to de Molay's death at the stake, and his curse towards King Phillip IV and Pope Clement V.

At this point, two Assassins (Bishop and Deacon, who is Shaun Hastings) hijack the memory sequence and implore the player to join them as an initiate. The Assassins provide an internal Abstergo video memo, in which Abstergo describes the capture of a Sage who contains precursor DNA (which is in a triple–rather than a double–helix). Also in the video, Abstergo goes into detail regarding the Phoenix Project; whereby, Abstergo hopes to compile a whole precursor genome for unclear purposes. The Assassin contact provides access to another memory segment and directs the new initiate to locate another Sage, whose corpse they hope to recover.

The memory then segues to Versailles in 1776, as Arno Dorian, a French nobleman's son [[AccentAdaption Who is for some reason speaking in a British accent]]), meets Elise De La Serre, daughter of the Templar Grand Master. After his father is murdered at the palace, the Grand Master De La Serre adopts Arno despite knowing his father was an Assassin; information to which Arno is oblivious. The story then skips forward 13 years, to Elise's initiation into the Templar order in 1789. Arno is given a message to deliver to De La Serre, but puts it in his office in order to sneak into the party to meet with Elise. After meeting her, Arno sneaks out, and finds De La Serre murdered in a courtyard. Arno, mistaken to be De La Serre's killer, is captured by the gendarmerie and imprisoned in the Bastille. There, he finds apocalyptic writings on the wall through Eagle Vision and impresses a fellow prisoner, the Assassin Bellec, with his fighting skills. Bellec invites Arno into the Brotherhood when they escape during the Storming of the Bastille.

Arno returns home first and is turned away by Elise, who reveals that the message Arno was supposed to deliver to her father was a warning of his impending murder, and reveals herself as a Templar. Arno, after drinking himself into a stupor, joins the Brotherhood and begs for the opportunity to find and eliminate the other Templars involved in De La Serre's death, including La Roi de Thumes ("The King of Beggars"). He is granted his request by Mirabeau, who was attempting to broker peace between the Orders with De La Serre. During the course of his investigation, Arno rescues François-Thomas Germain, a silversmith being held hostage by the Templar Grand Master Lafreniere. After killing Lafreniere, who was actually the one trying to warn De La Serre, Arno runs into Elise and realizes that Germain is the Sage, as well as the one who ordered De La Serre's murder. The Brotherhood Council begins to question Arno's loyalty as he acts rashly in his pursuit of De La Serre's killer.

Realizing that Germain's plot is intended to spark a mass revolt against the King of France, Arno assassinates two more central figures, an officer organizing a prisoner revolt (Captain Frederic Rouille) and another who was hoarding food (merchant Marie Levesque) to create the impression that the nobility was squandering resources as France starved. Arno also crosses paths with Napoleon Bonaparte, an artillery officer, while searching the Tuileries Palace for letters from his mentor Mirabeau to King Louis, which the Templars could use as an excuse to purge the Assassins' agents across France. Bonaparte later helped him in taking down Captain Rouille, who served under his command during the September Massacres of September 1792. During this time, Arno saves Elise and convinces her to parley with the Brotherhood, as she confesses her own faction of the Templars are being killed by a schism led by the Sage. Mirabeau agrees, hoping to gain a massive favor from the potential future Grand Master of the Templars, and is murdered by Bellec, who intends to purge the Assassin leadership for beginning to agree with Templar beliefs. Refusing to join him, Arno fights Bellec in a knockout sword duel throughout the church the Assassin HQ is under, and escapes from the food riots and the assassination of Levesque shortly thereafter with Elise in a hot air balloon. Arno confesses he still loves Elise.

With the Revolution in full swing, Arno tracks Germain to the execution of King Louis XVI, but chooses to stay and protect Elise rather than pursue him. Elise rejects him for the decision, and Arno is exiled from the Brotherhood for ignoring orders to pursue his personal vendetta, causing him to fall into a drunken depression. Arno languishes for several months before he is found in Versailles by Elise who convinces him to return as Paris is tearing itself apart during the Reign of Terror. Arno returns to Paris and, with Elise's help, discredits the reputation of Maximilien de Robespierre, whom Germain, now Grand Master of the Templars, had placed in charge of maintaining chaos during the Revolution. After Arno and Elise find Robespierre, who had locked himself in his office in an attempt to avoid arrest, Elise shoots Robespierre in the jaw and makes him write down the location of Germain.

Arno confronts Germain at the top of the Temple, only to find he now has the Sword of Eden. The fight eventually ends in the same Templar crypt in which the game began, where Arno strikes Germain only to have the Sword blow him backwards and trap him under rubble. Elise first attempts to help Arno out of the rubble then goes ahead to take on Germain by herself, but as Arno gets the rubble off of him and runs to protect Elise the Sword explodes, killing Elise and mortally wounding Germain. Arno then kills Germain, who in his memories confirms he is the Sage and that he wanted to purge the Templar Order of all who had forgotten the teachings of de Molay.

The game closes with Arno explaining how his understanding of the Creed has changed, and promising to watch over Paris and keep Elise's memory alive. Years later, Arno, having become a Master Assassin, recovers Germain's skeleton from the Temple and places it in the Catacombs of Paris, much to the relief of the Initiate's Assassin handlers, who are now confident that Abstergo won't be able to find it.

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One week after Germain's death. Arno, still feeling devastated over Elise, finds refuge in Saint-Denis (at the time, known as Franciade). He is contacted by the Marquis de Sade at a tavern, who requests his help in finding the manuscript of Nicolas de Condorcet, hidden in the tomb of Louis IX beneath the city, in exchange for a ship that would take Arno to Egypt. Arno at this point is highly apathetic concerning the Assassin conflict and France's political future, and wishes to pull a ScrewThisImOuttaHere.

During his search, Arno encounters a group of tomb raiders, led by Captain Philippe Rose, a subordinate of Napoleon Bonaparte, who wishes to retrieve the artifact located within a Precursor temple, buried under the city's church. He also finds that the manuscript has been stolen by a child thief, Léon, who was captured by the raiders. Arno rescues Léon and retrieves the manuscript, but declines to help him stop the raiders. His resolve softens after an encounter with a vision of Elise, as well as hearing Léon's pleas.

After discovering the location of the temple, and retrieving the key from one of Napoleon's officers, Arno finally manages to open the door to the temple. He is then ambushed by Rose, who attempts to take the artifact for himself. Arno survives the ambush, and makes it to the artifact before Rose and his men. After killing Rose, Arno retrieves the artifact, a head-shaped lantern containing a spherical Piece of Eden, and uses it to repel the raiders and escape the temple. He later meets de Sade at the tavern and delivers the manuscript as promised. Finally, Arno decides to stay in France, and contacts the Brotherhood to deliver the Piece of Eden to Egypt, far away from Bonaparte's reach.

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This article will consolidate the recaps for all the games in the ''[[Franchise/AssassinsCreed Assassin's Creed]]'' series.

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This article will consolidate the recaps for all the games in the ''[[Franchise/AssassinsCreed Assassin's Creed]]'' ''Franchise/AssassinsCreed'' series.



Your boss, Melanie, tells you that Abstergo is producing their first film and seeks to [[FollowTheLeader build on the recent success]] of [[Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean pirate-themed properties]] by delving into the memories of one Edward Kenway, a key participant in the GoldenAgeOfPiracy. Edward's story is interesting because he was an unprincipled rogue and because his life intersected that of some more famous pirates, like Blackbeard, Ben Hornigold, Jack Rackham, etc. Of course, they'll "edit" his story to cut out the rougher edges of his character that "[[ValuesDissonance may not appeal]] to [[ViewersAreMorons modern audiences]]". You enter your cubicle and begin your work, but not before discovering mysterious sticky notes around the office that, when decoded by your portable communicator, reveal the apparent ravings of a madman who is obsessed with a First Civilization woman who can only be Juno.

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Your boss, Melanie, tells you that Abstergo is producing their first film and seeks to [[FollowTheLeader build on the recent success]] of [[Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean pirate-themed properties]] by delving into the memories of one Edward Kenway, a key participant in the GoldenAgeOfPiracy.UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfPiracy. Edward's story is interesting because he was an unprincipled rogue and because his life intersected that of some more famous pirates, like Blackbeard, Ben Hornigold, Jack Rackham, etc. Of course, they'll "edit" his story to cut out the rougher edges of his character that "[[ValuesDissonance may not appeal]] to [[ViewersAreMorons modern audiences]]". You enter your cubicle and begin your work, but not before discovering mysterious sticky notes around the office that, when decoded by your portable communicator, reveal the apparent ravings of a madman who is obsessed with a First Civilization woman who can only be Juno.



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Soon after, Adewale and Augustin team up to take a new ship- the ''Experto Crede''- and Adewale uses it to attack slave ships and rescue the inhabitants. When he returns to Port Au Prince, Bastienne gives Adewale a tip to infiltrate the Governor's mansion, where he learns of an expedition soon to depart. Adewale later learns that the expedition will be used to map the world by learning the circumference, and will be partially used to smuggle goods. Adewale wishes to use the opportunity to send in literate Assassins and Marron soldiers- as the expedition needs literate slaves- to learn its secrets for the benefit of the Brotherhood and the Marron.

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Soon after, Adewale and Augustin team up to take a new ship- the ''Experto Crede''- and Adewale uses it to attack slave ships and rescue the inhabitants. When he returns to Port Au Prince, Bastienne gives Adewale a tip to infiltrate the Governor's mansion, where he learns of an expedition soon to depart. Adewale later learns that the expedition will be used to map the world by learning the circumference, and will be partially used to smuggle goods. Adewale wishes to use the opportunity to send in literate Assassins and Marron Maroon soldiers- as the expedition needs literate slaves- to learn its secrets for the benefit of the Brotherhood and the Marron.Maroon.



Adewale launched an attack on the Governor's mansion, slaughtering dozens of guards before killing the Governor with a [[HoistByHisOwnPetard branding iron he had just been using to torture a slave with]]. Adewale is merciless, driving his machete into De Fayet. Adewale admits to De Fayat that he has never wanted someone to suffer in death as much as he does the Governor, before killing him. Adewale says his goodbyes to Bastienne and Augustin, finally giving the Templar Box to Bastienne before leaving Port Au Prince due to him no longer being safe there. Roll credits.

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Adewale launched an attack on the Governor's mansion, slaughtering dozens of guards before killing the Governor with a [[HoistByHisOwnPetard branding iron he had just been using to torture a slave with]]. Adewale is merciless, driving his machete into De Fayet. Adewale admits to De Fayat Fayet that he has never wanted someone to suffer in death as much as he does the Governor, before killing him. Adewale says his goodbyes to Bastienne and Augustin, finally giving the Templar Box to Bastienne before leaving Port Au Prince due to him no longer being safe there. Roll credits.
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Back in Renaissance Italy, Ezio returns to Monteriggioni, bearing the Apple and victorious in his conflict with Rodrigo Borgia, but confused over the meaning of the cryptic message he found beneath the Vatican. He is given little time to relax, as the villa suddenly comes under siege by an army under the command of Cesare Borgia, Rodrigo's son. Cesare has come to reclaim the Apple. In the ensuing battle, Ezio is wounded and his best friend Mario is killed by Cesare. Ezio heads for Rome to avenge Mario's death, but passes out from his wounds.

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Back in Renaissance Italy, Ezio returns to Monteriggioni, bearing the Apple and victorious in his conflict with Rodrigo Borgia, but confused over the meaning of the cryptic message he found beneath the Vatican. He is given little time to relax, as the villa suddenly comes under siege by an army under the command of Cesare Borgia, Rodrigo's son. Cesare has come to reclaim the Apple. In the ensuing battle, Ezio is wounded and his best friend uncle Mario is killed by Cesare. Ezio heads for Rome to avenge Mario's death, but passes out from his wounds.
6th Aug '14 11:59:57 AM GoneRampant
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