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Assassin's Creed Volume 1: Trial by Fire is a graphic novel which collects the first story arc (issues one through five) of Titan Comics' Assassin's Creed comic series. The book was released on May 25, 2016 and comes with a cover gallery as well as a three page history of the Salem witch trials.

DescriptionEdit

The first stunning arc of the Assassin's Creed series collected. New initiate Charlotte De La Cruz ventures into the Animus, and the genetic memories of her ancestor, Tom Stoddard, to discover the truth about the hidden world of the Assassins and Templars and the feud that spans centuries.

Collects Assassin's Creed: Assassins #1-5

"If you are a fan of the Assassin's Creed series you need to pick up this comic. If you have never played the game you need to pick up this comic." – Latino Review

"One of the most beautiful comics I've read this year" - Geekmondo

"...writers Anthony Cole and Conor McCreery capture much of what makes the best Assassin's Creed games so enticing while delivering convincing characters and a snappy pace" – The Observer

SynopsisEdit

WHEN ALL SEEMS LOST, THE CREED REMAINS

The mundane life of Charlotte De La Cruz is flipped upside down when she is catapulted into the shadowy world of the Assassin Brotherhood. Joining them in their centuries-old fued with the Templar Order, Charlotte is inducted into the rites of the Brotherhood as she leaps into her genetic memories of her Assassin ancestor, Tom Stoddard.

Searching desperately for a clue that could save lives, Charlotte witnesses firsthand the panic and hysteria of the terrifying Salem Witch Trials!

PlotEdit

Main article: Assassin's Creed (Titan Comics)#Trial by Fire

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