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Medusa_Zenovka Jan 16 2013 says:

So much waste of steel...

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Battle8111 Jan 16 2013 replied:

Could have been used for a better cause. Like building facilities for food or supplies for the hungry or sick. -_-

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Mr.Walrus Jan 16 2013 replied:

Well, at least it's not being used to make new swords for the 12th crusade or something...

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Velancious Jan 17 2013 replied:


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ElfFriend Jan 17 2013 buried:


This reminds me of a entry in Shaun's database back in AC2. Basically it points out how Jesus said to his followers to give everything they have to the poor, and how the church wanted to build massive churches so they just named anyone that was agianst that a hypocrite or heretic. I can't remmeber the details it was a entry for a church in Florence. That's about all I can tell you, and yes I think AC facts can be trustworthy, many of the stuff I learn there are right:) and I have confirmed stuff like the Borgia family (not sure if they were templars:(...probably not) by reading Wikipedia and other sources, and really AC is quite accurate, Rodrigo dies of a sickness, Cesare died in battle at exacly the place where he has a date with gravity. So unfortunatly I don't think ezio threw him of the castle walls:( but its quite close. Oh and Cesare was a horrible man:) just like in AC! So AC has trust worthy knowledge if reviewed with a fairly intelligent mind, since somethings like hidden blades, POE, ancient vaults, assassins(in ezio's time), probably didn't exist. Sorry about ranting about assassins creed but I just like that series so much. It got me interested in Leonardo's inventions, Italian history, ancient land marks, masyaf castle and the ancient assassin's and a lot other things:)

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CommanderDef Jan 17 2013 replied:

Maybe offtopic is better than usual post. No negative karma from me...

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Velancious Jan 17 2013 replied:

Doesn't the AC series also say Jesus was a lier in the story? BTW, AC is a great series, I'll give you that. Gotta play the 3rd game.

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ElfFriend Jan 18 2013 replied:

Well yeah AC is slightly (okay very) against the biblical idea of creation and all that. But it's an awesome series that mixes history with fiction making a wonderfully exciting way to learn history. Even though they have the POEs, elders, Adam and Eve, etc. which are quite clearly made up from scratch or based on actual events. (Some might argue made up events)
I very much enjoyed replaying brotherhood, I finished replaying it a few days ago:) and I'm very much confused as to what Juno meant by, "find her, and awaken the sixth" the sixth is clay, but her? That's what has me puzzled...it could be Eve, but I doubt she's alive and Juno makes it sound as she's alive. As for AC3, well it's not what you will be expecting, yet everything will lead/point to it when analyzed. That game is full of surprises! I won't spoil it for you.

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