History VideoGame / AssassinsCreedIVBlackFlag

23rd Sep '16 3:06:21 PM MyFinalEdits
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** One of the possible names for a Pirate Hunter frigate is [[{{Anime/OnePiece}} Thriller Bark.]]
*** Other Pirate Hunter frigates include [[Literature/TheOdyssey Penelope, Ithaca]], and [[Literature/TheIliad Helen O' Troy]]; others include [[Literature/HoratioHornblower Hornblower]] and [[Literature/AubreyMaturin Aubrey]]

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** One of the possible names for a Pirate Hunter frigate is [[{{Anime/OnePiece}} [[Anime/OnePiece Thriller Bark.]]
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]] Other Pirate Hunter frigates include [[Literature/TheOdyssey Penelope, Ithaca]], and [[Literature/TheIliad Helen O' Troy]]; others include [[Literature/HoratioHornblower Hornblower]] and [[Literature/AubreyMaturin Aubrey]]
23rd Sep '16 8:58:21 AM RingSlinger
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*** Other Pirate Hunter frigates include [[Literature/TheOdyssey Penelope, Ithaca]], and [[Literature/TheIliad Helen O' Troy]]; others include [[Literature/HoratioHornblower Hornblower]] and [[Literature/AubreyMaturin Aubrey]]
24th Aug '16 2:36:10 AM Salmobook
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* HistoricalDomainCharacter: The following pirates turn up throughout the game: Blackbeard (Edward Thatch), the most famous English pirate and ally of Edward Kenway; Benjamin Hornigold, an English pirate; [[PirateGirl Anne Bonny]], a famous Irish female pirate; "Calico" Jack Rackham, an English pirate; and Charles Vane, another infamous English pirate. Additionally, Laureano de Torres y Ayala, the Spanish Governor of the Caribbean; Mary Read, a second famous female pirate, and Bartholomew Roberts, the most successful pirate of UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfPiracy; all play major roles in the plot.

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* HistoricalDomainCharacter: The following pirates turn up throughout the game: Blackbeard (Edward Thatch), the most famous English pirate and ally of Edward Kenway; Benjamin Hornigold, an English pirate; [[PirateGirl Anne Bonny]], a famous Irish female pirate; "Calico" Jack Rackham, an English pirate; and Charles Vane, another infamous English pirate. Additionally, Laureano de Torres y Ayala, the Spanish Governor of the Caribbean; Mary Read, a second famous female pirate, and Bartholomew Roberts, the most successful pirate of UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfPiracy; all play major roles in the plot. A major villain is found in Woodes Rogers, a privateer turned first royal Governor of the Bahamas. And most interestingly of all, comic relief character Stede Bonnet is actually portrayed somewhat accurately, particularly for this series. He was indeed a wealthy landowner who decided to become a pirate for no particular reason anyone could see, and despite his near-incompetence and mercenary crew, managed to become a close associate of Blackbeard.
23rd Aug '16 6:25:57 PM nombretomado
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** Roberts also asks Edward at one point, [[{{Airplane}} "Have you... have you ever seen the inside of a Jamaican prison, boy? Have you?"]]

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** Roberts also asks Edward at one point, [[{{Airplane}} [[Film/{{Airplane}} "Have you... have you ever seen the inside of a Jamaican prison, boy? Have you?"]]
21st Aug '16 8:40:30 PM teatreaulteaux
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* MeleeATrois: In an attempt to flee from Edward's surprise attack on Principe, Roberts accidentally sails into an open battle between the British and Spanish navies that were pursuing him. Both sides immediately disengage and attack Bart's ship.
24th Jul '16 10:23:56 PM DrakeClawfang
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** Edward [[spoiler:is going home to England with a daughter, his future is secure, the Assassins have taken his hideout as their new base and possess the Crystal Skull, and the Caribbean Templars have been wiped out. However, almost everyone Edward has loved has either died or he will never see him again, his wife died while he was away making his quest for his fortune a ShaggyDogStory, and the Golden Age of Piracy has come to its end. Additionally, anyone who has played ''VideoGame/AssassinsCreedIII'' and/or read the ExpandedUniverse novels knows that Edward will die ignominiously, and his son will become a Templar and undo most all of Edward's work in the new world.]]

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** Edward [[spoiler:is going home to England with a daughter, his future is secure, the Assassins have taken his hideout as their new base and possess the Crystal Skull, and the Caribbean Templars have been wiped out. However, almost everyone Edward has loved has either died or he will never see him them again, his wife died while he was away making his quest for his fortune a ShaggyDogStory, and the Golden Age of Piracy has come to its end. Additionally, anyone who has played ''VideoGame/AssassinsCreedIII'' and/or read the ExpandedUniverse novels knows that Edward will die ignominiously, and his son will become a Templar and undo most all of Edward's work in the new world.]]
24th Jul '16 10:23:18 PM DrakeClawfang
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* BettyAndVeronica: Edward is the Archie to ''four'' different women. Going from most "Betty" to most "Veronica" they are Tessa Stephenson-Oakley, Caroline Scott, Anne Bonny, and Mary Read. [[spoiler: Caroline and Tessa end up his first and second wives respectively.]]



* BittersweetEnding:
** [[ForegoneConclusion Anyone who's played]] ''VideoGame/AssassinsCreedIII'' and/or read the ExpandedUniverse novels knows that, regardless of Edward's success as a pirate, he dies ignominiously and his son, whom he raises as an Assassin, becomes a Templar.
** Within the game's story, Edward succeeds at his goal of finding the Observatory and stopping the Templars from using it, but loses nearly everyone he is ever close to during his career as a pirate.
** Edward's first wife, Caroline, [[spoiler:is revealed at the end to have died a long time ago, but leaves him a daughter]].
** In the modern-day story, the Templars [[spoiler:gain access to the location of the Observatory]] through your efforts, exactly as the Sage predicts, although the internal memos you can read show that it may be of limited use given that TechMarchesOn. Perhaps more importantly, they now have access to the Sage's DNA, and through him, [[spoiler:genuine First Civilization DNA]].

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* BittersweetEnding:
BittersweetEnding: Both for Edward's story and the modern-day storyline.
** [[ForegoneConclusion Anyone who's played]] Edward [[spoiler:is going home to England with a daughter, his future is secure, the Assassins have taken his hideout as their new base and possess the Crystal Skull, and the Caribbean Templars have been wiped out. However, almost everyone Edward has loved has either died or he will never see him again, his wife died while he was away making his quest for his fortune a ShaggyDogStory, and the Golden Age of Piracy has come to its end. Additionally, anyone who has played ''VideoGame/AssassinsCreedIII'' and/or read the ExpandedUniverse novels knows that, regardless that Edward will die ignominiously, and his son will become a Templar and undo most all of Edward's success as a pirate, he dies ignominiously and his son, whom he raises as an Assassin, becomes a Templar.
** Within
work in the game's story, Edward succeeds at his goal of finding the Observatory and stopping the Templars from using it, but loses nearly everyone he is ever close to during his career as a pirate.
** Edward's first wife, Caroline, [[spoiler:is revealed at the end to have died a long time ago, but leaves him a daughter]].
new world.]]
** In the modern-day story, [[spoiler:John Standish is dead, Juno is still a non-threat without a body, the analyst PlayerCharacter is alive, and the Assassins have a lot of valuable data on Abstergo. On the other hand the analyst now knows they are in constant danger of Abstergo locking them up whenever they see fit, there's the chance they'll be found out about their plots with Standish and the Assassins, the Templars [[spoiler:gain access to have the location of the Observatory]] Observatory now, and all of the analyst's hard work is being rewarded with the knowledge the adventures they lived through your efforts, exactly are being [[{{Flanderization}} Flanderized]] into a cheesy video game to serve as the Sage predicts, although the internal memos you can read show that it may be of limited use given that TechMarchesOn. Perhaps more importantly, they now have access to the Sage's DNA, and through him, [[spoiler:genuine First Civilization DNA]].pro-Templar propaganda.]]
6th Jul '16 4:00:09 PM DrakeClawfang
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** During the mission to assassinate [[spoiler:Prins]], in the subsequent cutscene [[spoiler:Roberts]] shoots the alarm bell to summon guards, even if you had previously disabled the bell. A bit forgivable though as the gunshot probably would have done the trick by itself to alert the guards even if the bell didn't.
1st Jul '16 3:37:17 PM DrakeClawfang
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** You can accept Assassin contracts before actually making contact with the leadership, where you're told about contracts. You can also complete the Templar sidequests where you work alongside the Assassins before the same point, yet the Assassins will know who you are.
8th Jun '16 7:14:42 PM Prfnoff
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'''''Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag''''' is the sixth main entry and fourth numbered installment of the ''Franchise/AssassinsCreed'' series.

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'''''Assassin's ''Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag''''' Flag'' is the sixth main entry and fourth numbered installment of the ''Franchise/AssassinsCreed'' series.
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