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Before I tell you my opinion on the Hook Blade, I would like to say one thing. My dad is making me write a blog every day because he thinks my writing is terrible. My dad is a pain in the butt, so if you can comment and tell me what I did wrong or what you liked, that would be most appreciated. Thank you for your time.
In Assassin's Creed Revelations, Ezio goes to Asia to find more answers about Altair. When he finds the Assassins, they introduce him to the Hook Blade. The Hook Blade can trip enemies that are running, grab on to ledges, attach onto ziplines, and hook onto lanterns to swing through the city. But it can also stab people just like a regular hidden blade. With such an ingenious device, why was it not there in AC3 and AC4? Did the Hook Blade not carry on in the generations to come? Or were the game makers just being lazy? In my humble opinion, the Hook Blade would have helped Connor immensly with chasing down people and climbing. Edward would have liked it as well because he was a pirate and pirates have hooks for hands, so Edward could of had a Hook Blade. What I want is to know is why the game makers did this? I thought it was a really good idea, but they must of thought different. In my opinion, if they would have kept the Hook Blade, it would have made the games a lot more fun.