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  • WOLFKISSEDONE
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    can we get a ww2 assassins creed as well as a modern day one, the ww2 one can have a character say from scotland, ireland or even as a nice little nod, fornburg norway, descendant of eivor and he was in the norwegian resistance taking on the nazis before the soe recruit him and bring him into the brotherhood, further training him and maybe he has to assassinate members of hitler's high command and the final mission is him exploring paris first then onto berlin for the final push, then a dlc where hes had a son whos in the brotherhood but its now the cold war so you're fighting the influences of stalin. to edit, i have the full idea here:An A.C. game but set during WW1, WW2 and the Cold War (60s-80s). You follow 3 generations of assassins, first being set in 1914, the guy for that being a member of the German Assassin Brotherhood, formerly known as the Hessian Ring. He goes through the trenches killing off German Templars with positions as officers trying to uncover pieces of Eden in the countryside just outside of Paris in an area called Normandy which used to be named Evresin. We follow him using carriages ,horses and just general parkour, using hidden blade, pistol and aside from unarmed combat (as do the others), he uses a shortsword he made himself that collapses ,German ingenuity and all that. However he was a soldier first, so you'll find that one detail he has when coming across a trench is the character starts looking a bit uncomfortable due to past traumas so he takes medicine to steel his nerves. Eventually we find the officers, drop them but one of them escapes, a man named Schichlegruber, and who does he grow up to become? The man grows up to be Hitler, which brings us nicely into the second in the series, this time however we follow a Norwegian-Irish assassin who was born in Fornburg,Norway which is a nice little nod to Eivor Of The Raven Clan whom also grew up and lived in that area in a great hall built there which is now repurposed as the headquarters for the Norwegian Resistance but are actually the Norse Brotherhood centuries on. The young man is in the resistance part until he says something along the lines of "my ancestor was a Prince amongst men, a wolf among warriors and he wouldn't just sit around and wait to die here!" So the young man against orders goes off by himself and begins hunting Nazis eventually capturing, interrogating and killing one of the chief commanders of the SS who oversaw the invasion of Scandinavia. The kid of about 18 gets reprimanded but the mentors, one of the Norwegian ones and the older jaded German one bring the kid into the fold officially and train him twice as hard. 3 years later, 1943, he's gotten to the rank of Master Assassin, leads his own fleet and all and that's when they tell him he's going to Paris to help free the city but he's to go by ship and so he takes a rebuilt longship his ancestor had, sails there himself and that is where he gets his mission: kill members of Hitler's high command and that means Himmler, Goebbels and Mengele. He has history with Mengele so naturally he's going to be all too happy for it, but as he's a young man, naturally he'd spend some time at the red light district but that's when he begins using the women of the night as another tool in his arsenal, paying them to lure officers there and extract info after spiking their drinks before the assassin shows up and drops the officer, impersonates him and kills 5 more before vanishing and the final stage of the game is the push into Berlin where the full might of the German, Russian, British, American ,French and Norse Brotherhoods embedded in their respective militaries all come together and just wreak havoc on the remnants of the Third Reich. Hitler tries to use a double to get himself away but doesn't realise the assassins are already in the room till he turns around and watches them materialize from the shadows. They drag him outside as the armies bring Nazis to their knees to watch and the Norse one blood eagles the dictator, his screams broadcast across the Reich and all the Norse one says is "wherever you go, no matter how far you run, we will find you and you won't even have a chance to beg for your lives.". Last game in the series is the Cold War segment. Starts in 60s Russia where we follow a former Spetznaz sniper who showed great promise at the beginning of it, but in the years since his initial service, he grew disillusioned once the Brotherhood exposed him to the lies that Stalin spouted, since then, Stalin who he once met in the early 50s as a kid when his dad was brought to receive a medal from him for valor has been hunting him after the young assassin protege found out secrets in the Kremlin. The atrocities where Stalin had countless of his own people slaughtered, the young man's father being one of them, the experiments done because Stalin wanted super soldiers, so 10 years on, aged 28 now, he's become almost obsessed with killing Stalin and after being captured and tortured in Butyrka Gulag and then Vorkuta Gulag, it's only reinforced his hatred for the man, so we get to see his mental state fracturing just a bit, seeing "the murderer must die" , "kill kill kill" on the walls whenever he uses his eagle vision. Each character fights differently, one might be very flashy, another might be more about quick efficiency, another might be more about brutality, same with their parkour, so one might add in a flip here and there, another might use it for speed and another might use it as momentum based for combat. Different weapons and outfit options for blending or combat. Any way, after killing off Communist Party Leaders, the man gets to Stalin and uses an assassin technique in the subsequent fight, stopping his heart with blunt force trauma but it's officially ruled as a heart attack which is what Stalin actually died of. It skips another decade and it stems from 1970-1989 so a lot of story for then, will update with the last bit soon.










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