Now I personally think Orelov's vision in Assassin's Creed: The Fall is a great early example of calculations in the series, where the Staff enables him and Daniel to perceive the shape of time, and events past and future. While what little they saw of Daniel's meeting with the Mentor proved accurate, any future is always a probability until it comes true. The futures Juno showed to Connor in the Nexus and Desmond at the Colosseum Vault were the future until she directly intervened. I feel I'm at fault for someone removing this example simply because I forgot to list it when I created the page. --Alientraveller (talk) 12:10, August 13, 2013 (UTC)
The question I ask is what are the calculations have another function or other (s)? For example, a space-time travel?
In Subject 17 Memo 2 in the Abstergo Entertainment research analyst's personal files, Desmond describes the Calculations as Clay Kaczmarek saw them as he descended into insanity. Should the quotation at the top of the page be replaced with that one? As it is now, it seems to be normal (albeit complex) mathematical equations the way Jupiter describes it, but that is probably the point anyway, as that's how he thinks of them.GZilla311 (talk) 14:55, May 8, 2015 (UTC)
- Which part do you think we should put in the article? Because we can't put the whole lot in there. (Well, technically, we could, but it would be a ridiculous eyesore.) --Jasca Ducato (talk | contributions) 18:14, May 8, 2015 (UTC)
- How about this much? "They had these tools, these powerful machines, that could predict POSSIBLE FUTURES. Not what was going to happen, but wha-what COULD happen... probabilities. And... well, they spent a lot of energy trying to decide what was the most likely scenario for the future. Their's and ours." It seems to be a much more accurate assessment of them than Jupiter's comment.GZilla311 (talk) 19:37, May 8, 2015 (UTC)