Ratohnhake;ton returns to his village. Over 13 years ago, Ratohnhake;ton left his village to save his people and the colonies. With his crusade over, the British gone, and the Templars defeated, he returned in the hopes of being reunited with his people only to find the village empty. Killing Charles Lee had done nothing more than avenge his mother’s death and his people have been driven out by the same men he had fought alongside. He has lost everything - his mother, his father, his mentor, his best friend and most importantly, his people. Ratohnhake;ton had failed. Everything he had done was to save his village and he had failed.
“No, you misunderstand. I like it. It was rash of you, as I said, it was foolish. But we could use some rash these days, and foolish and passionate are often confused, and passion is something we desperately need.”