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HeyWhyNot
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02:53:02 AM Dec 20th 2013
edited by 82.40.135.82
Since the page for The Chain doubles as a page for The Fall, together called Subject Four, I changed the pages and links to better reflect this. Note here if there are any problems with that.
HeyWhyNot
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10:28:13 AM Dec 17th 2013
If offically non-canon works were to be added, should they be added without comment, with a (Non-Canon) next to them or under a fourth section like this:

Main Games Minor Games Expanded Universe Non-Canon Works
CharlesPhipps
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03:22:42 PM Sep 24th 2012
edited by CharlesPhipps
The Anti-Nihilists is incorrect since we've seen evidence Assassins believe in God. Altair and many of the Templars certainly don't but he's hardly alone. There's at least one confirmed Assassin (the "nun" in AC 2) who does. Saying the creed, "Nothing is True, Everything is permitted" means atheism is wrong.
BlueMadness
05:20:48 PM Sep 24th 2012
edited by BlueMadness
"Saying the creed, "Nothing is True, Everything is permitted" means atheism is wrong." No it doesn't. Stop spelling Alta´r's name wrong. Even if you're right, what you did before still falls under Repair, Don't Respond.
Dark
11:35:41 AM Sep 25th 2012
Just because one or more are theists doesn't mean the group as a whole is. If anything the maxim itself denies it. Why would they bother saying "nothing is true" if they hold a belief in a higher power? Wouldn't that be true, then?
Fighteer
moderator
12:34:34 PM Sep 25th 2012
Whether individual Assassins believe in God or not is irrelevant; the point of the Creed is that each man is required to form his/her own beliefs rather than blindly follow.
CharlesPhipps
03:12:40 PM Sep 25th 2012
edited by CharlesPhipps
Sorry, to clarify, I meant that the creed doesn't NECESSITATE atheism, not that atheism is automatically incorrect. It doesn't disavow atheism anymore than I believe it does religion.
Fighteer
moderator
12:43:59 PM Sep 27th 2012
At the very least, it implies agnosticism, as it's hard to hold "nothing is true" and religious faith at the same time.
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