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Many of Assassin Creed fans may wonder how to cosplay Ezio Auditore. Today we introduce Assassin's Creed Ezio Auditore Hidden Blade Replica. This amazing Gauntlet replica with hidden blade is highly detailed and realistic. It is made of PVC plastics so it won't hurt anyone. One cool fact about the blade is that it is spring-loaded and it extends very fast. It just makes you feel as if you are seconds away from stabbing into someone in the neck. The hidden blade replica has some features such as adjustable buckle, Velcro straps and locking safety mechanism. It could extend to over 35cm in length. You won't miss this excellent item by all means.
posted by Ac_Undead
Sica Miles
The son of Desmond Miles

Age: 14, the Youngest Assassin Ever

Weapons: Hidden Blades, Tomahawk, Knife, War Club

Story: Sica Miles was born two years after the end of Assassin's Creed III. His mother is unknown. He was trained by his mother, who taught him everything he knows. He learned of his heritage when his mother told him on his 14 birthday before she was murdered by some of Juno's men. Juno used her power to, instead of save the world, send it into a worldwide tyranny. He now hunts the members of Juno's group, known as The Dynasty, and plans to Assassinate Juno and free the world from total Templar control. Will he succeed?

Trivia: Sica is Latin for the Word Dagger. Sica's robes are hand sewn with many hidden slots for all of his weapons. Sica prefers to use Non-Firearms which is why he carries no guns or explosions.
Sica Miles
Sica Miles
posted by Lady_Rebel
The Knights Templar
By Lady_Rebel

What are the Knights Templar? Myths surround them, mystery cloaks them. Not really, but seriously, pop culture has them all wrong. They weren’t out to kill everyone. Let’s take a closer look at a popular example and then the truth.

The Knights Templar in the video game “Assassin’s Creed” are the bad guys. They are the shady businessmen, the biased politicians. Their goal is to create a world perfect by their standards, hopefully killing a few Assassins along the way. For those who don’t know, the Assassin Order (also known as the Assassin Brotherhood)...
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Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood Game Cover
Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood Game Cover
Following the events of Assassin's Creed II, Ezio Auditore da Firenze is now a legendary master assassin, and leader amongst the Order of Assassins. However, following a surprise Templar attack on the town of Monteriggioni, led by Cesare Borgia, the Assassins are brought to the verge of collapse, and the Apple lost.

With his uncle dead, and his Villa in ruins, Ezio must now travel to Rome, centre of corruption, power and home of the Templar Order in Italy in order to regain the Apple, and bring the Templar Order to its knees once and for all.

Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood is...
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In my opinion assassin's creed bloodlines on the psp console was not the exepted one....It had a short storyline,the enemies where all the same everytime
(i mean that they didnt become stronger and better throughout the game),the battles were too
easy to win,containing the bosses too which were
the easiest ones to kill.Another issue was the
Altair's dressing which would be nothing if we combined it with the assassin's creed 2 costume.
Then it was the peoples reactions.The people
were just standing there when you killed
a person and of course their face graphics were terrible.Now comes Altair's mystical disquise.
When the camera showed him from the bottom up
his face was clearly seen.Finally the game had too little features and was the last thing i would exept from an assassins creed game.I
repeat this is ONLY an opinion anybody is free
to judge this game anyway he wants.
1) Twelve Towers Shall Stand in Thy Way

The overarching structure of Brotherhood revolves around the 12 "Borgia towers" that are spread across Rome. So-named because they've been built by the Borgia family and indicate their stranglehold over the city, Ezio must infiltrate each tower and burn it to the ground. It's an interesting way to structure the game because the status of a Borgia tower can have a direct impact on the missions within its jurisdiction. If the Borgia tower still stands, expect guards to be patrolling the area. If Ezio has taken it down, however, the guards will have cleared...
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posted by johnsgirlalways
My Review of the game. I got this game for Christmas.Yay....I just beat it and heres my thoughts.

The Great-The visual effects are amazing...It is a real treat to look at.The story is interesting you want to know more.The sword fights can be a lot of fun when you get really into it and use to it.

The Good-The Free roam is so much fun...The fact you can do anything you want at anytime makes you feel more in control of the game..

The Bad-The computer sometimes likes to cheat in boss fights and break all your blocks and not let you get a hit in...Which you can deal with and work around...But it can get very irritating.

The Ugly-The load times are so long and when you die a couple times you can get really really mad. Then the white screen you go into occasionally sometimes you get stuck in for a while and thats even more aggravating..Lastly the videos are dull they don't have much life into it...

Overall-It is a really good game and worth buying.. I would rate it a 9.....
posted by Ac_Undead
Assassin's Creed: Retaliation takes place during the American Civil War where the main character is a slave born on a plantation and had his childhood and adulthood family murdered by the same group of Templars. He sought out an assassin mentor who taught the slave many skills in the assassin arts. By the time the slave was 30 he had made an agreement to President Lincoln to help out the Union Army. He partook in many of America's greatest battles and helped American slaves become free. His name is Daniel Greene.
Daniel Greene (This is one of my first works with Photoshop so please no negative comments)
Daniel Greene (This is one of my first works with Photoshop so please no negative comments)
posted by keshmyster
It's official! Ubisoft finally closed a deal with sony on an assassins creed movie! I know what your thinking,oh no another cheesy rip off of a beloved storyline, like prince of persia e.t.c but no, ubisoft have spared no expense at making sure the assassins creed film will not ruin their multimillion pound franchise. The deal with sony makes sure that ubisoft get to decide the storyline, budget, cast, location e.t.c to make it a wonderful treat for dedicated assassins creed fans. The movie will be based on the story of the second game, and, unlike their previously released short movie, it...
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posted by Okami_Amaterasu
Assassin's Creed 3's set to star a half English, half Native American protagonist in New York and Boston during the years between 1753 and 1783.

The new hero is called Connor and has an English father and Native American mother. During AC 3's opening players will experience Conner's childhood on the American frontier as he's raised by the Mowhawk.

Conner eventually dedicates his life to confronting tyranny (and Templars), says GI, after white colonists attack and burn down his village.

An updated game engine capable of putting thousand-man battles on screen powers Assassin's Creed 3, and a...
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posted by EmoSasuSaku
((this was my first Assassins Creed game and i wanted to try it out))

Well i just finished Assassin's Creed III yesterday.
What can i say?

Story: First of all i thought that the story was about the Revolutionary War in British America,
But i was wrong.
The main story was about Desmond saving the world and he has to go back in time to try and figure out what they need and whatever to save the world.
I was very disappointed. I dont know why they wouldnt put anything about Desmond Miles on the cover >_>
The story it self was pretty short, but after being forced to watch the credits...
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