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Assassin's Creed: Last Descendants – Fate of the Gods is an young adult novel written by Matthew J. Kirby. The follow-up to Assassin's Creed: Last Descendants – Tomb of the Khan and the conclusion of the Last Descendants series, it was released on 26 December 2017.


The stunning conclusion to the Last Descendants Trilogy! Only one piece of the Trident of Eden remains - Isaiah, a rogue Templar agent, has discovered both the faith prong and the fear prong of this powerful relic. Should he possess the devotion prong, there is little that can stop him. For the time being, Owen and his fellow teens have established an uneasy alliance across Assassin and Templar lines in order to stop Isaiah while they still can.

Over a thousand years earlier, Styrbjörn the Strong, a Danish warrior, leads the Jomsvikings against the Danish king, Harald Bluetooth. It is on those Viking battlefields that the secrets of the devotion prong lie. It is there that the fate of the world, the truth behind the teens' collective unconsciousness, and their ancestral links to one another lie.

History has already been written. The rest is up to Owen, Javier, and the other members of their unlikely alliance. The actions they take will change the world of Assassin's Creed forever.[1][2]


Chapter 1[]

In 2016, Sean Molloy immerses himself in the memories of his 10th century Viking ancestor, Styrbjörn the Strong, a Viking warrior engaged in a decisive battle against King Harald Bluetooth. Styrbjörn's fleet waited on the coast of Jutland at Aros for Harald's longships. Palnatoke, a trusted advisor, calculates the battle and their forces. Harald, realizing the mistake of rejecting the peace offer from Styrbjörn has his forces decisively defeated, and is forced to surrender. Meanwhile, Sean confronts the mystery surrounding the disappearance of his rogue associates, Grace, David, and Natalya. The guiding voice of Isaiah offers support and information, emphasizing the critical nature of Sean's mission to secure the Piece of Eden.

Chapter 2[]