To say that nothing is true is to realize that the foundations of society are fragile and that we must be the shepherds of our civilization.
To say that everything is permitted is to understand that we are the architects of our actions, and that we must live with their consequences, whether glorious of tragic.
As a Turk, I feel incredibly bad and guilty when I have to kill Janissaries in AC:R. I feel like a traitor and while action I’m like “oh my God oh my God oh my God I’m so so sorry! Oh god! Forgive me!” Even if they fight me.
Assassin's Creed: Abstergo Handbook- Connor's Story
Hello fellow AC and Connor Fans! I’m pretty sure most of you by now has heard of this ****SPOILER ALERT**** infamous note of Connor’s further life:
That was a mess that got people on Tumblr here rolling, what is next got my jaw dropping to the floor…..
So I was surfin within my group at the Ubisoft Assassin’s Creed Forums, and one of the members reveled a portion of the Abstergo Handbook that is on sale now…and….well….look at your OWN RISK::
:So this is the whole “mess” that they were talking about huh? Now do keep in mind that Abstergo has been known to twist memories and trash our beloved Assassins, so at this point this whole thing is still unknown.
Although at least now we know that Connor married a blonde lady, so that’s cool! I see no reason why Abstergo would twist this little fact, so I think its canon….as for everything else though……its up for debate.
The mission in AC:R when Altair takes back Masyaf is to me the most epic moment in the entire series. Not only is it amazing to see him finally return, but seeing the Assassins rally around him, even after the lies Abbas told, is just brilliant. Also there’s the fact that he tries to kill the least amount of Assassins as possible because it goes against the Creed, but the best part is when he tells Abbas how his father died and Abbas finally forgives hime. All of it was brilliant, and only Ubisoft is to thank.