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Kaloneous

aka Wanderer above the Sea of Fog

9,218 Edits since joining this wiki
June 15, 2011
  • I live in the centre of a national park and world heritage site ;)
  • My occupation is irrelevant, here I am just a fan of this awesome series.
  • I am a manly man am I! Huzzah!

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  • Kaloneous

    What is a man but the sum of his memories? We are the stories we live! The tales we tell ourselves!

    Well Ladies and Gentlemen, as the days, weeks and months count down many of us eager fans are waiting on every little detail about the upcoming game Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag and thankfully Loomer979 has once again has brought us an exclusive interview with the lead writer of the game, Darby McDevitt. Loomer got a chance to chat about returning characters, the Creed, modern day, stealth, and Connor's future so be sure to check it out


    But before we listen to the video let's have a brief history lesson on the man himself.


    Darby Christopher McDevitt is a creative scriptwriter at Ubisoft Montreal. He was born in Spokane, educated in Bellingham …




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  • Kaloneous

    If a composer could say what he had to say in words he would not bother trying to say it in music.

    Well Ladies and Gentlemen, a much loved topic among many fans of the series is the awesome musical score that the games have had in them. Many of us still listen to Assassin's Creed IIs soundtrack with awe and Assassin's Creed: Revelations has some of the most interesting mixes to date.



    To this date I still listen to the track "Party Hard" for Assassin's Creed: Revelations while rushing to meet a deadline (something that happens far too often). Every fan of the series knows of Jesper Kyd's work yet there is also another great composer who deserves recognition for his many contributions to the series, and that is Lorne Balfe. Undeniably the communit…




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  • Kaloneous

    'This is a detailed (long) blog, possibly containing Spoilers for the Assassin's Creed Series and Assassin's Creed III.
    Piecing together the Puzzle. Read on if you want to know more about Desmond Miles in throughout the Assassin's Creed series but be warned there may be spoilers for those who have yet to play the previous games or seen the more recent trailer releases. Also, please don't complain about the length because I have already warned you (in this sentence).
    I hope you all find it as informative as I did.

    "My name is Desmond Miles, and I am an Assassin. I am an Assassin."

    Desmond Miles


    This blog should be taken more as an opportunity for discussion in a much underappreciated aspect of the series and upcoming game Assassin’s Creed III. I will t…






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  • Kaloneous

    'This is a detailed (long) blog, possibly containing Spoilers for Assassin's Creed III.
    Piecing together the Puzzle. Read on if you want to know more about the Native Americans in the game and please don't complain about the length because I have already warned you (in this sentence).
    I hope you all find it as informative as I did.

    "Each individual has to have a vision for the future, ... for the children to come."

    Jake Swamp, Akwesane Mohawk



    This blog should be taken more as an opportunity for discussion in a much overlooked aspect of the upcoming game Assassin’s Creed III. I will try my best to present the information as accurately as possible and offer my thought (when speculative I will say so in terms of the game) on the role of the Native Amer…







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  • Kaloneous

    A wikian's survival guide to trolldom.


    Ah trolls. Pestilential creatures who lurk in the comments sections of various blogs as well as different internet fora. Scientists recently unearthed this ancient Egyptian hieroglyph from the ruins of a lost city depicting the first ever written word of trolling. Often described as the Rosetta Stone in breaking down the barriers to communication with these elusive creatures.



    Rather than write out the long and sordid history of trolling and the extensive breeding habits centred on the annual release of a Call of Duty game, I am going to summarize using educational pictures for ease of reading.


    Trolling, a new phenomenon to the Assassin’s Creed wiki and series - or, at least, for those who don’t enjoy spe…





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