Sade's recent edit to add "Athena's Sight" into the lead sentence presents us with a bit of an issue. Such a name implies that it is an ability possessed by AC:OD's protagonist, whilst in AC:O it is fairly unambiguous, thanks mostly to its name, that the Animus Pulse is something Layla triggers to help her explore the simulation (as opposed to being an ability Bayek possessed). If this is the case, there are grounds for splitting the article. --Jasca Ducato (talk | contributions) 11:47, February 14, 2019 (UTC)
- The main difference between the two is that Bayek never (afair) references the ability in-world, whereas in AC:Od the player doesn't have an access to the ability unless they specifically spend an ability point to 'buy' the skill. And that's pretty OoU, imo.
- Fyi: redirected Athena's Sight to Animus Pulse and mentioned it in the lead because of a comment in the history of Eagle Vision, about how Athena's Sight isn't Eagle Vision but rather Animus Pulse. Sadelyrate (siniath) 11:58, February 14, 2019 (UTC)