Assassin’s Creed’s Sequence 7 will follow Connor into a history of early but prevalent history.
Still in a negative mood, Connor went to Boston to meet Paul Revere and was introduced to two guests, William Dawes and Robert Newman. According to Revere, John Pitcairn is preparing for an attack on Lexington to capture two Sons of Liberty leaders, Samuel Adams and John Hancock. According to the plan, after capturing the two key leaders of the movement, Pitcairn is expected to organize a large-scale sweep at Concord to destroy military hardware and supplies of the US militia. . Revere said a lot more. Still, Connor, who was in rough mode, began to grumpy and told him where Pitcairn was stationed, all the rest of the assassin would handle. Revere felt humorous that Connor believed he could fight the mafia alone, by Pitcairn never appeared alone. A few platoons always protected him.
To eliminate Pitcairn, Revere suggests Connor join him across the Charles River tonight to come to warn the rebels of the attack on Lexington. He then asked William Dawes to keep an eye out for essential routes, and Robert Newman lit the lights at the Old North church to signal because the enemies were not only from the mainland. Dawes are all actual figures in sabotaging John Pitcairn’s attack on Lexington. William Dawes or Paul Revere both have to warn Samuel Adams and John Hancock about the arrest risk. The leadership of the Patriot militia at Concord promptly moves the arsenals, avoiding the raids of British soldiers. However, due to the famous poem of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Paul Revere was later considered as a leading role in the event “Midnight Ride” and Assassin’s Creed 3 Remastered was similarly influenced.
It was the night of April 18, 1775, at Frontier, Connor and Revere were alerting two locations to the careful guard of British soldiers, but at the last point, they were only betrayed by traitors. The enemies were overcrowded and aggressive, so Connor fled, and, according to Revere’s suggestion, they went to find Samuel Prescott to gather the militia in Lexington. Prescott is also a real character in history, but in Assassin’s Creed, 3 Remastered, this father is described as a genuine playboy. Anyone who is about to fight will still have a howling mood with the pub girls. After letting Prescott gather his personnel, Connor and Revera rode their horses to where Adams and Hancock were hiding. At first, Sam Adams was quite confident, but knowing that Pitcairn was trying to take his life at all costs, Adams and Hancock decided to hide elsewhere. At the same time, Revere asked Connor to support John Parker against the British colonialists’ attacks.
Story of Assassin’s Creed 3 Remastered – Part 6: Persistent good and bad Connor successfully assassinated a prominent Templar branch leader, but it was so simple?
This morning 19/4/1775, British soldiers began to attack violently at Lexington. Although equipped with ample ammunition, the Americans quickly broke down ranks due to lack of combat experience, despite the brave commander of John Parker. Feeling that Lexington’s situation was very uneasy, Parker asked Connor to bring a detailed description of the British military force to Concord to the regional commander, James Barrett, to understand the situation. When it came to the Indian man, it was strange that Barrett was very indifferent to how crowded the British were and advised Connor to leave this war if he did not want to be killed while playing the hero game.
Still bewildered by Barrett’s unwilling attitude, Connor continued to receive sad news when William Dawes reported that Paul Revere had been arrested during Lexington’s war. After reading Parker’s letter, Barrett began changing his view of Connor. Hence, he asked the rifle infantry commander to prevent British troops from entering Concord at the river bridge. It was a disastrous battle, but fortunately, Connor still led the new Patriot to stop the march to Concord by the British led by Pitcairn. However, the commander promptly retreated with the support of the soldiers. At the same time, Connor was still enraged because of the number of civilian casualties in the battle despite James Barrett that without the excellent command of Indian men, the number of American soldiers who will die today is double or triple.
Two months later, on June 16, 1775, during the second Continental Congress, George Washington was officially elected commander-in-chief of the military forces and led everyone into a comprehensive war with British colonialists. At this conference, Connor unexpectedly meets Charles Lee. Still, the Templar pretends not to know the killer with a too provocative attitude. Before the two long-standing rival groups rushed in and out, Samuel Adams promptly separated them to introduce Connor to George Washington. After some unsociable Washington courtesy leave, and surprisingly, he had a rather friendly conversation with the Templar, and in general, the old political players were perverted foxes. Connor went on to ask Adams what it was like, but there was no way to approach Pitcairn, but the politician pretended that he could close it when Pitcairn withdrew with the protection of thousands of British soldiers?
Adams then said that there was now only one way to strike the British divisions of soldiers stationed in Boston to force Pitcairn to come out, but this had to be done by Israeli General Putnam, who was stationed Bunker Hill. The theory is so, but the reality is not straightforward when the militia themselves led by Putnam is being bombarded by the British so often that there is no chance to counterattack. Putnam said that if Connor wanted to find Pitcairn, it was simple, he was on one of the ships anchored around the port of Boston, but before that, the Indian had to find a way to overcome the rain cannons of British soldiers. After a cross-country cross-city artillery run, Connor finally sneaked up on two main British warships to destroy the cannon and fly the 13 colonial American states’ flag to fight enemy morale. The Americans began a counterattack, but Putnam reported that Pitcairn had promptly withdrawn and built a base at Moulton Hill, where the Templar ordered the soldiers to dump artillery shells like rain around them to prevent any attempt to approach come on.
Finally, after doing all sorts of things, Connor still has to overcome the rain to reach and assassinate John Pitcairn at the top of Moulton Hill. When dying, the Templar asked Connor why he murdered him, and the assassin said he wanted to end the war quickly to protect the lives of Sam Adams, John Hancock, and other innocent people. Surprisingly, when Pitcairn said he had no intention of killing Adams at all costs, Templar himself did not want the war to wander, and his purpose was only to bring the parties into peace negotiations. According to Pitcairn’s words, the Templar had begun to work out a plan for the British and 13 colonial states to end the conflict without the need for more war or death, but Connor thought that was nothing. It is good that these things are based on the two sides’ leaders will become pawns in Templar’s hands.
Pitcairn began to ask if the assassin was sure the Assassins would not infiltrate into the leadership like Templar, or would anything like a man like George Washington command better? Finally, Pitcairn concludes that Connor is like a dreamer idealizing every problem, and here many people who should have survived will die because of these naive thoughts. Connor then returns to meet Putnam and informs him of Pitcairn’s last words, but the general thinks that when the gun has exploded and the fresh blood has fallen, who is right and who is wrong is not necessary as who is going to live survived to the end of the war. According to the Pitcairn letter, Templars are planning to assassinate Washington, and the important thing is to find a way to deal with that.