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What happened to Connor?

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Did he continue being an assassin? Or did he dicide to give the apple to washington and quit the Assassin life? I do believe that he gave the apple to washington only because in the 16 puzzels there is an image of washington with the apple. But the type've character Connor was I don't see him just giving the apple away. I dunno' but I'm sure ubisoft is going to pull off another AC Revelations and rap up two stories in one game.

Now its time that I wait for someone to make me look stupid.

To be fair, you have to have a very high IQ to understand Rick and Morty. The humor is extremely subtle, and without a solid grasp of theoretical physics most of the jokes will go over a typical viewer's head. There's also Rick's nihilistic outlook, which

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EzioAltair17 wrote:
Did he continue being an assassin? Or did he dicide to give the apple to washington and quit the Assassin life?

...Now its time that I wait for someone to make me look stupid.

Here we go!

In the Tyranny of King Washington DLC, George has an Apple. He seems to know that it can help his new found country prosper. He lets Connor touch it with him, seeing what could come out of his ruling with the Apple. After seeing the sh*tstorm of clusterf*ckiness that he'd cause with that much power, Washington is all like, "Yo, this is too much for me, dawg." And Connor's all, "Dude, you're right....I'll take it for ya" (not paraphrased). And Connor takes the Aquila out to the open sea, dropping the Apple into the water.

As for the main question: I think he rebuilt the Assassin order in the northern colonies, while Aveline did the same in the south.

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I heard he helped on the French Revolution...

Why we cannot have a Spin-Off showing that? XD

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NataliaNeeSama wrote:
I heard he helped on the French Revolution...

Why we cannot have a Spin-Off showing that? XD

That was me and my wishful thinking... Tongue

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Double McStab with Cheese wrote:
NataliaNeeSama wrote:
I heard he helped on the French Revolution...

Why we cannot have a Spin-Off showing that? XD

That was me and my wishful thinking... Tongue

Oh.. I see XD

But still, Connor story ended with a cliffhanger, much like Ezio in AC2. AC3 being sucessful or not, I think is maybe too early for a AC4 with a new character. I hope Connor get closure in the future, like Ezio and Altair had.

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JoeyFogey wrote:
EzioAltair17 wrote:
Did he continue being an assassin? Or did he dicide to give the apple to washington and quit the Assassin life?

...Now its time that I wait for someone to make me look stupid.

Here we go!

In the Tyranny of King Washington DLC, George has an Apple. He seems to know that it can help his new found country prosper. He lets Connor touch it with him, seeing what could come out of his ruling with the Apple. After seeing the sh*tstorm of clusterf*ckiness that he'd cause with that much power, Washington is all like, "Yo, this is too much for me, dawg." And Connor's all, "Dude, you're right....I'll take it for ya" (not paraphrased). And Connor takes the Aquila out to the open sea, dropping the Apple into the water.

As for the main question: I think he rebuilt the Assassin order in the northern colonies, while Aveline did the same in the south.

Wtf did this actually happen in the DLC, he just drops it in the water? That sounds like a pretty halfassed thing to do. Hey son can you just hide this all powerful weapon of mass destruction for me? Uh sure Dad.
*Dad isn't looking, just biffs the apple into a trashcan.

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Every single Assassin to date has wanted to drop Apples into the sea.
Altair commands Darim to do it in AC:R
Ezio and Mario are about to do it in AC:B.
Connor does it.

It's a universal Apple disposal tactic. Neither Templar nor Assassin has found Apples tossed into the sea, ever.
Considering that, and considering that he's seen how awful/powerful it is, I'd have chucked it in water too.

In the Aveline DLC, Connor contacts Aveline through a letter at the beginning to rescue a woman named Patience and induct her into the Brotherhood. Patience has a Piece of Eden that she calls The Charm which lets her read minds for a second or two into the future. This means she's really good at escaping things, for the most part, because she knows what people are going to do. But the Charm gets stolen somehow and Aveline and Patience get it back from this Doctor dude, Assassinating him. Aveline and Patience then go to Connor's homestead. The DLC ends then, we don't see his Homestead.

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Uh, does the end of AC1 not bring any rings? The apples have maps in them showing where the others are, anyone who wants more apples just gotta sail to wherever they dropped them.

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Uh, does the end of AC1 not bring any rings? The apples have maps in them showing where the others are, anyone who wants more apples just gotta sail to wherever they dropped them.

Were those PoEs or Temples to shield the Earth? I forget. If they were PoEs, then the map was probably out of date anyways. They've been moved around a lot, I'm sure.

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Uh, does the end of AC1 not bring any rings? The apples have maps in them showing where the others are, anyone who wants more apples just gotta sail to wherever they dropped them.

This is impossible to do depending on locations. There's a reason humanity still hasn't mapped out the very depths of the oceans and seas in this world: Water pressure. There's no way to get down there, either personally or with equipment of any kind before water pressure crushes it.

Furthermore, the Maps are only useful if someone already has one. The Assassins who dropped Apples into the sea were trying to just flat out prevent anyone from reaching any Apple at all. (It worked, for the most part. The only Apples found were those still on land. The one under the Colosseum is one example.)

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In the Aveline DLC, Connor contacts Aveline through a letter at the beginning to rescue a woman named Patience and induct her into the Brotherhood. Patience has a Piece of Eden that she calls The Charm which lets her read minds for a second or two into the future. This means she's really good at escaping things, for the most part, because she knows what people are going to do. But the Charm gets stolen somehow and Aveline and Patience get it back from this Doctor dude, Assassinating him. Aveline and Patience then go to Connor's homestead. The DLC ends then, we don't see his Homestead.

This was the most pointless DLC I think I've ever played. 3 short as hell missions. Could've just put it into an Abstergo file.

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