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That line up there, is imprinted in my head since the day I found out about this extraordinary game.
It has a deep meaning that only true Assassins would understand. Truly.
I can go a whole day talking about Assassin's Creed. People sometimes call me crazy and obssesive, but it didn't matter, because it's worth it. In most cases, people say that games are useless and just a mere waste of our times, but I strongly deny that! Games can teach us a few cheeky tricks if intended.
But I'm here to talk about Assassin's Creed and what made me intrigued. In this game, it's not just about the cool parkour or the slick weapons they lets us use, it's about the storyline. The settings, the characters and their background. They all aligned perfectly and beautifully.
I mean, the main protoganist for the three installments were epic! They were betrayed, deserted, hurt a lot of times, but they managed to get up and fight. They stood their ground. They lived. And I am honoured to have known about these great people like Altair, Ezio and Connor. Each of them had their own story and what makes them great Assassin's over time. They give themselves to the creed, the brotherhood. They helped it grow even if it were from the ground under. They managed to do it and they do it with style!
We take a look at the time of the Crusade, Renaissance and Colonial America. It was not just about the war between the Assassins and the Templars, it managed to relate on the war or ongoing event on that particular time. How they manage to adapt in those situations while mantaining the brotherhood and they even spreaded it to all parts of the world. Heck, learning history had never been fun until this!
That's the overview of my thoughts about this game. A lot still going on, but I would save it for another day. Lets us bask in the wonders of Assassin's Creed. Freedom to choose.