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20th May '16 6:44:07 PM nombretomado
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* The "Design and Combat Interview" had one of the developers saying they reworked the triangle button (presumably the one from PS3 controllers, which is the eagle vision button) to give the ability to switch tools while fighting. The Eagle sense wasn´t used or even mentioned in the demos, too.

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* The "Design and Combat Interview" had one of the developers saying they reworked the triangle button (presumably the one from PS3 [=PS3=] controllers, which is the eagle vision button) to give the ability to switch tools while fighting. The Eagle sense wasn´t used or even mentioned in the demos, too.



** Benedict Arnold missions for the PS3 have been confirmed

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** Benedict Arnold missions for the PS3 [=PS3=] have been confirmed
13th May '16 9:26:37 AM JamesAustin
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[[WMG:''The Tyranny Of King Washington'' is the result of Charles Lee never joining the Templars]]

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[[WMG:''The Tyranny Of of King Washington'' is the result of Charles Lee never joining the Templars]]



It's arleady established that John Wilkes Booth was killed by the Assassins, and that Subject 16 had an ancestor at the Battle of Gettysburg (who may or may not be a common ancestor between 16 and Desmond). The Battle of Gettysburg is also perfect for [[ShoutOut nicknaming]] this Assassin [[{{Gettysburg}} "The Killer Angel"]].

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It's arleady established that John Wilkes Booth was killed by the Assassins, and that Subject 16 had an ancestor at the Battle of Gettysburg (who may or may not be a common ancestor between 16 and Desmond). The Battle of Gettysburg is also perfect for [[ShoutOut nicknaming]] this Assassin [[{{Gettysburg}} "The "Literature/{{The Killer Angel"]].Angel|s}}".
26th Dec '15 4:28:50 PM nombretomado
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Achilles wrote on his final letter to Connor that the Davenport Homestead is the representation of the traditional idea of the {{American Dream}} and the liberal, progressive ideals that the Founding Fathers stood for. If so, in order to show the player that the DLC's version of America is not the one we know, the very first scene in the DLC will be King Washington sending the Continental Army to destroy the Homestead in a preemptive strike to remove the Assassins' presence in America since they are a threat to his rule. The scene will play out in a deja vu of the [[VideoGame/AssassinsCreedBrotherhood Fall of Monteriggioni]], with the Continentals mercilessly massacring all the residents (Complete with a tearjerking death scene for [[TogetherInDeath Norris and Myriam]]).

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Achilles wrote on his final letter to Connor that the Davenport Homestead is the representation of the traditional idea of the {{American Dream}} UsefulNotes/TheAmericanDream and the liberal, progressive ideals that the Founding Fathers stood for. If so, in order to show the player that the DLC's version of America is not the one we know, the very first scene in the DLC will be King Washington sending the Continental Army to destroy the Homestead in a preemptive strike to remove the Assassins' presence in America since they are a threat to his rule. The scene will play out in a deja vu of the [[VideoGame/AssassinsCreedBrotherhood Fall of Monteriggioni]], with the Continentals mercilessly massacring all the residents (Complete with a tearjerking death scene for [[TogetherInDeath Norris and Myriam]]).
4th Nov '15 8:16:30 AM Starbooks13
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[[WMG: Emily Burke (the Pioneer from Multiplayer) is Connor's future wife.]]
Based on information revealed in Abstergo emails in ''AssassinsCreedIVBlackFlag'', Connor married a blonde with a "colorful character," which certainly matches Emily's profile. Plus, as she's against the Templars, it's easy to imagine the pair having run across each other at some point in their lives, with Emily possibly even joining the Assassins.
20th Sep '15 5:10:14 PM nombretomado
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We know that Napoleon had a Piece of Eden in his possession at some point, so it's likely that he was a Templar. Even if he wasn't, he's just too juicy a character to ''not'' be involved in the ''Assassin's Creed'' saga in some way. And as dictator of France, he was known for having an extensive network of spies around Europe, which would be a good environment for an assassin to work his magic. And since the events of ACIII seem to be focused around America during the Revolution, it would make sense to have a follow-up set during the NapoleonicWars (possibly even the WarOf1812), where Connor could see the events of the Templar-Assassin struggle on an international scale and get a look at its effect on the dynasties of Western Europe.

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We know that Napoleon had a Piece of Eden in his possession at some point, so it's likely that he was a Templar. Even if he wasn't, he's just too juicy a character to ''not'' be involved in the ''Assassin's Creed'' saga in some way. And as dictator of France, he was known for having an extensive network of spies around Europe, which would be a good environment for an assassin to work his magic. And since the events of ACIII seem to be focused around America during the Revolution, it would make sense to have a follow-up set during the NapoleonicWars UsefulNotes/TheNapoleonicWars (possibly even the WarOf1812), where Connor could see the events of the Templar-Assassin struggle on an international scale and get a look at its effect on the dynasties of Western Europe.
4th Sep '15 7:34:01 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: A spin-off will involve Connor matching wits with NapoleonBonaparte]]

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[[WMG: A spin-off will involve Connor matching wits with NapoleonBonaparte]]UsefulNotes/NapoleonBonaparte]]



* NapoleonBonaparte: He's not directly linked to the UsefulNotes/AmericanRevolution, but he becomes a shifty ally of the US around the time of Jefferson's presidency, he tried to found a global empire that he thought would last for thousands of years, and we know from one of the in-game puzzles that he possessed a Piece of Eden at some point.

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* NapoleonBonaparte: UsefulNotes/NapoleonBonaparte: He's not directly linked to the UsefulNotes/AmericanRevolution, but he becomes a shifty ally of the US around the time of Jefferson's presidency, he tried to found a global empire that he thought would last for thousands of years, and we know from one of the in-game puzzles that he possessed a Piece of Eden at some point.
17th Aug '15 10:57:32 PM HeraldAlberich
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E-mails Desmond can find at the end of the first game make mention of them (along with other [[SarcasmMode unimportant]] plot aspects like Subject 16 and the Bleeding Effect), specifically that the Templars hold them in the modern day and use them as untraceable communicators, and that Vidic himself is in possession of one. Meanwhile, one of the few English phrases on Subject 16's mural reads "Within [[Myth/AztecMythology Quetzalcoatl]]'s hunger and [[DynastiesFromShangToQing Emperor Jiajing]]'s sin lies the answers". In [[{{Facebook}} Project Legacy]], we see Giovanni Borgia steal a Skull from an Aztec city, and he is later contacted through it by a Chinese man, who is most probably Jiajing. Given that the skulls from Mexico and China are probably what 16 was referring to, maybe the "answers" he says they contain are the solutions to the solar flare Jupiter mentions he, Juno and Minerva were working on at the time , that Desmond and co. will have to find, by digging through Shao Jun's memories to find the Jiajing skull, and preparing an assault on a Templar facility [[BigApplesauce convieniently]] located in New York to get Vidic's crystal skull, giving Desmond a chance to finally get some revenge on Dr. Vidic.

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E-mails Desmond can find at the end of the first game make mention of them (along with other [[SarcasmMode unimportant]] plot aspects like Subject 16 and the Bleeding Effect), specifically that the Templars hold them in the modern day and use them as untraceable communicators, and that Vidic himself is in possession of one. Meanwhile, one of the few English phrases on Subject 16's mural reads "Within [[Myth/AztecMythology Quetzalcoatl]]'s hunger and [[DynastiesFromShangToQing [[UsefulNotes/DynastiesFromShangToQing Emperor Jiajing]]'s sin lies the answers". In [[{{Facebook}} Project Legacy]], we see Giovanni Borgia steal a Skull from an Aztec city, and he is later contacted through it by a Chinese man, who is most probably Jiajing. Given that the skulls from Mexico and China are probably what 16 was referring to, maybe the "answers" he says they contain are the solutions to the solar flare Jupiter mentions he, Juno and Minerva were working on at the time , that Desmond and co. will have to find, by digging through Shao Jun's memories to find the Jiajing skull, and preparing an assault on a Templar facility [[BigApplesauce convieniently]] located in New York to get Vidic's crystal skull, giving Desmond a chance to finally get some revenge on Dr. Vidic.
13th Aug '15 10:28:03 AM hermitthefrog
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[[WMG: Terry is a werewolf]]
His 'temper problem' is that each month he turns into a wolf and tries to eat everyone.
19th Apr '15 8:27:58 PM nombretomado
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E-mails Desmond can find at the end of the first game make mention of them (along with other [[SarcasmMode unimportant]] plot aspects like Subject 16 and the Bleeding Effect), specifically that the Templars hold them in the modern day and use them as untraceable communicators, and that Vidic himself is in possession of one. Meanwhile, one of the few English phrases on Subject 16's mural reads "Within [[UsefulNotes/AztecMythology Quetzalcoatl]]'s hunger and [[DynastiesFromShangToQing Emperor Jiajing]]'s sin lies the answers". In [[{{Facebook}} Project Legacy]], we see Giovanni Borgia steal a Skull from an Aztec city, and he is later contacted through it by a Chinese man, who is most probably Jiajing. Given that the skulls from Mexico and China are probably what 16 was referring to, maybe the "answers" he says they contain are the solutions to the solar flare Jupiter mentions he, Juno and Minerva were working on at the time , that Desmond and co. will have to find, by digging through Shao Jun's memories to find the Jiajing skull, and preparing an assault on a Templar facility [[BigApplesauce convieniently]] located in New York to get Vidic's crystal skull, giving Desmond a chance to finally get some revenge on Dr. Vidic.

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E-mails Desmond can find at the end of the first game make mention of them (along with other [[SarcasmMode unimportant]] plot aspects like Subject 16 and the Bleeding Effect), specifically that the Templars hold them in the modern day and use them as untraceable communicators, and that Vidic himself is in possession of one. Meanwhile, one of the few English phrases on Subject 16's mural reads "Within [[UsefulNotes/AztecMythology [[Myth/AztecMythology Quetzalcoatl]]'s hunger and [[DynastiesFromShangToQing Emperor Jiajing]]'s sin lies the answers". In [[{{Facebook}} Project Legacy]], we see Giovanni Borgia steal a Skull from an Aztec city, and he is later contacted through it by a Chinese man, who is most probably Jiajing. Given that the skulls from Mexico and China are probably what 16 was referring to, maybe the "answers" he says they contain are the solutions to the solar flare Jupiter mentions he, Juno and Minerva were working on at the time , that Desmond and co. will have to find, by digging through Shao Jun's memories to find the Jiajing skull, and preparing an assault on a Templar facility [[BigApplesauce convieniently]] located in New York to get Vidic's crystal skull, giving Desmond a chance to finally get some revenge on Dr. Vidic.
14th Nov '14 2:35:24 AM Patachou
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** Adding in Napoleon would probably just needlessly complicate the plot. It would divide it into two parts that have almost nothing to do with each other. The Revolution itself has plenty to go for it, along with the fact that it had far more grassroot incidents that a single Assassin could credibly be a part of than the Napoleonian Wars. Plus that MaximilienRobespierre would be a far more interesting main villain; a man who goes from young idealist opposing the very institution of death penalty into a tyrant who executes dozens of people daily as counterrevolutionaries. That descent alone would make a magnificent central plot to the story, and the protagonist going from Robespierre's supporter into his worst enemy as the story progresses. Just for example. If Napoleon needs to be dealt with, a semi-sequel like the Brotherhood would be a better way to handle him.

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** Adding in Napoleon would probably just needlessly complicate the plot. It would divide it into two parts that have almost nothing to do with each other. The Revolution itself has plenty to go for it, along with the fact that it had far more grassroot incidents that a single Assassin could credibly be a part of than the Napoleonian Wars. Plus that MaximilienRobespierre UsefulNotes/MaximilienRobespierre would be a far more interesting main villain; a man who goes from young idealist opposing the very institution of death penalty into a tyrant who executes dozens of people daily as counterrevolutionaries. That descent alone would make a magnificent central plot to the story, and the protagonist going from Robespierre's supporter into his worst enemy as the story progresses. Just for example. If Napoleon needs to be dealt with, a semi-sequel like the Brotherhood would be a better way to handle him.
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