Roman Empire, it could be set around 31 to 27 BC (That mean during the fall of the Roman Republic and the start of Augustus' reign), it could be focused on Bayek and Aya's son (Not Khemu) and how the Hidden Ones began to expand and how the Assassins came to be, before "Assassin's Creed: Valhalla", I wanted that the next game would be set in Ancient Rome because it tell us of who was the first Assassin.
Feudal Japan, it could be set around 1592 to 1598, around the Japanese invasion of Joseon, we can play as an Samurai or an Onna-bugeisha (Both descendants of Tomoe Gozen) that fought in that War that much later becomes an Rōnin and then an Assassin , but soon we discover that Toyotomi Hideyoshi and the Toyotomi Clan are Templars, and we must murder them.
The Wild West, it could be set around 1871 to 1911, we play as two brothers (Both brothers of the Lakota leader Crazy Horse), in our way we meet Historical figures like Jesse James, Billy the Kid or Wyatt Earp, help many outlaws and Native American tribes from the Law.
The American Civil War, it will be focused on Native American Assassin that helps Abraham Lincoln during the War and while we try to kill the Templar-Grand master Jefferson Davis.
The Three Kingdoms Period, it could be set around 189 AD, at the beginning of the The Three Kingdoms period, it answer the question, If Li E was the founder of the Chinese Brotherhood what about Wei Yu?
Mughal Empire, it could be set in 1680, during the Mughal-Maratha wars, we can play as an Mughal Assassin that joins the Maratha side.
The Zulu Kingdom, it could be set around the Anglo-Zulu war, we can play as an Impi warrior turned-Assassin that tries to murder the Earl of Beaconsfield (An ally of the Templars).
The Aztec Empire, set during the Conquest of Mexico by Hernan Cortes, we play as an Aztec former-Eagle Warrior that becomes an Assassin and becomes the founder of the Mexican Brotherhood.
Simon Bolivar's Wars, set during the wars of Simon Bolivar we can play as an Female Assassin that helps Bolivar.
World War II, we play as two Assassins that travel to many colonies that belong to Nazi Germany, Fascist Italy and the Empire of Japan.
1980's, can see how the Brotherhood got weak and how Abstergo began to win.
Modern-day, it will be wonderful to see an game set in the Modern days and also the next Great Catastrophe.
What's on your mind?
The American Civil War:
This would be a good 3-like game in my mind, where the protagonist is working for the Union and killing Confederate Generals that work for the Templars.
A DLC for this could be after the war where Lincoln is assassinated, and the protagonist hunts down those who are responsible. With this they could simply make it so at the end of the game Lincoln aligns with the assassins, so instead of Booth’s racist and confederate motives for killing him, it could be more of a templar/assassin motive.
This would be a good Syndicate-like game in my mind, where the protagonist goes to Nazi camps and hunts down generals who are affiliated with the Templar cause, and I also believe that having a member of the allied forces end up being a major role in the Templar conspiracies would be a good twist.
I actually have a lot of plans for this one so I’m just going to give a list:
A recruiting system where the protagonist goes to nazi camps or “Templar camps” and saves a hostage after going in, and after that they join the assassins.
A hideout to me could be something like a bunker or a neighborhood that was destroyed during war.
The gameplay should be like syndicate.
The protagonist should be centered in Europe, not during the American/Japanese struggle.
A good DLC would be about the Concentration camps, and maybe the protagonist I’m thinking of here could be Jewish giving him a motive.
Nothing to this one, pretty similar to the others.
Cape Frontier Wars:
To me, this would be interesting since it tells a story not many are familiar of. As far as gameplay goes, a I think it should be similar to 3.
I just want a game where Arno, Connor, and Aveline come together. And I also think having Stephane and the recruits as playable characters having their own quests would be an interesting mechanic.
The Chalice is a very interesting story from Altair's chronicles but the game or the wiki doesn't really explain things well. So I have some questions for anyone who's played the game.
1) If the chalice useless and the real thing is actually a person then why is there a temple with a chest in it that was well protected like the artifact in the chest was important?
2) If Adha is mortal, then is the legend of the chalice just a hoax? What's so special about her?
3) How did the Templars find out that the Chalice was not the object?
4) Why is the Temple of Sand Babylonian when the actual chalice is only a few decades old?
5) Don't the traps in the temple look very fantastical? I'd like to have it explained as an Isu site?
6) Sandstorms don't crush buildings.
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If Ubisoft does another patch, they should do something that can allow you to remove weapons and gear from your inventory menu. Like an armoury for your settlement that can let you store your items, similar to the chest on the Adrestia in AC Odyssey. I don’t know, I just find the inventory menu a little to cluttered. Same goes for the Ship, Settlement and Tattoo cosmetics, everything is just too cluttered.
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If you write more quests for Valhalla please link tham to our German quests. I have nearly finished tham and it would be nice, to have thaem linked.
Here is oure list:
If you need help to find the quests just ask me.
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Hey guys and girls, hope you're all well
Just wanted to run this by you and see what you all think. Whilst I'm waiting for the DLC’s for Valhalla to come out, I started an NG+ on Odyssey and just reached the part where you have to find the symbols to unlock Atlantis (FOA DLC)
When you find the last symbol, in a tomb, Aleathia says to Kassandra “here the heir of memories will see that life can come from a dead place” then when you switch to Layla and explore the tomb (which is now centuries old) it is FULL of tree roots. The symbol itself also looks very much like Yggdrasil and the calculations tree (see image) What do you guys think? Seems like a lot of reference to a tree..... Sorry for poor quality I literally took a shot off my TV
I personally havent seen anyone post about and i dont want to go watch a video and have it spoiled for me so i wanna ask you guys, how is the legend of Beowulf? Is it short or long? How is the story?
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How old was Cecily Frye after she died and when was she born?
Hello my name is Justin I been a fairly big fan of assassin's Creed for a few years and I would love to be a part of this community. It's nice to meet you all.