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Connor's Way was a virtual representation of one of Ratonhnhaké:ton's Connor met with Aveline in the New York Frontier. Connor: Can you find a way in?. He knows you come for him emerging only in darkness to meet with the others [Ezio: That .. [Connor: If you speak true then I will carry your last words to them.] They must . [Aveline: You would sacrifice the good of of the colony to a Templar conspiracy, Gouverneur. I should .. May the Hidden One greet you. The lord. It will be a big to-do around the homestead and Connor will still be in Aveline was surprised and for the rest of the day she kept saying . His kids also met some of the founding fathers, but they'll always think their own father is the best. The Rooks all know you and they always greet you when they pass.
She would greet Connor's friends warmly, maybe chat with them a bit, before they both walk home, chatting idly in their native tongue. Another person whom they saw was Connor's Aunt Jennifer, who picked him up whenever Ziio, or Haytham were too busy.
She took a liking to Elise whom would chat with her when waiting on Connor, while she was waiting for Arno to finish his class as well. Jennifer would never let her brother know, but she loved picking Connor up, having no children of her own and loving his gentle nature.
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She treasured her time with him, so she would usually go with him to get food healthy of course or go to the park. There was one man who very rarely picked Connor up, his dark hair pulled back in a small pony tail, usually checking messages on his phone. Shay would be leaning against a large black car, looking up every now and then to see if he could spot the boy. Arno, for no reason he could fathom, took an instant disliking to him whenever he saw him, so would Achilles, Connor's teacher, whenever they talked after class, even though he felt more melancholy than anger.
Connor's face would always slightly drop at the sight of him, knowing that Shay only did the picking up whenever Haytham promised he would but suddenly couldn't make it. Shay would feel bad, offering a sympathetic smile to the boy and would try to make it up to him, allowing him to grab food unhealthy if he wanted, but only if he could snag a few chips as well.
Connor didn't really mind Shay, he was nice, tried to be friendly to his friends whenever they walked with him, he was funny and would tell embarrassing stories of Charles Lee when driving, such as the time Shay convinced him that crocks with socks was the height of fashion and would impress Haytham.
It was just what he stood for, which Connor hated. He stood for his father's broken promises to his son, not being there and sending someone else, not thinking about his son wanting to see him once in a while.
Then there were the times they saw a sleek business car. At first they didn't associate it with Connor, so when he stopped right in front of it, they didn't know what to think. Haytham never got out the car, just sat in the driver's seat, answering messages on his phone, scheduling meetings with De Sable, Torres, Borgia, Starrick, endless names which meant nothing to Connor. Seven Years Later Connor pushed his way through the large glass doors at the entrance of Mohawk Industries, the textile company his great, great grandmother had started with her own two hands.
He was greeted by employees with every step he took, bypassing the security desk with a mere nod of his head. He had his hair tied back today, much like his father's, which made his Kenway features stand out a bit more. His grandmother always fussed at him to cut his hair, but he had absolutely no intentions of doing it.
He glanced at his reflection in the mirrored elevator, pressing the button for his mother's floor. Connor wore a gray suit today, with perfectly polished shoes. No matter how often he wore them, he still hated suits. His grandmother, however, was a stickler for a polished appearance and his mother couldn't be bothered to change it. She never was one to sweat the small details. The elevator chimed as Connor reached the fourth floor. He made his way into the huge office, greeting the doe-eyed secretary as he walked by, his arms laden with bags.
He smiled as his mother waved at him from the other side of the glass, a phone pressed to her ear. She beckoned her son forward, pointing at the coffee table and chairs that took up a corner of the room. The city skyline spread out like a photograph behind his mother as she chatted on the phone.
Connor realized he would never tire of the view. You must've heard my stomach growling from the front door! Though her hair was a bit more gray than when she first took over the company, she was still just as beautiful. Soon, he was removing plastic containers and silverware from the paper bags, spreading them out on the table like a feast. His mother slapped his shoulder playfully, plopping down in the nearest chair, "You silly boy.
Does your father know you brought lunch? Should we let him eat with us? She pressed the first number on the speed dial, putting her husband on speaker phone. Connor sighed out loud, hoping his parents didn't get all lovey-dovey on the phone again. Come down and eat with your family," Ziio stated, winking at Connor from her desk.
She watched as he opened up all the containers, delicious smells and steam filling the air. Haytham sighed reluctantly, "I'm afraid I can't, dearest. I have a meeting in an hour that-" "Haytham, you haven't eaten all day. You can spare a few minutes to eat with us. Connor handed her some plastic cutlery and a napkin, "Well, at least I know where I get it from. I never ate sweets like that. He, too, had aged over the years, but Connor's father still held that English accent and countenance that set all the older women in the company aflutter.
It didn't matter that his parents had been married Connor's entire life - they still had had to fire an employee or two for hounding after his father like dogs in heat. Ziio tsked and handed Haytham a plate with a salad and a delicious-looking croissant sandwich. Eat first and THEN, dessert. He was always so thankful to have them both there with him. He couldn't imagine what his life would have been like without both his mother and father there. He felt a pang in his heart as he thought of another person who no longer had her father around.
Every day, for the last seven years, he had missed her. He had always wanted to reach out to her, to see if she was okay, but for a while, he wasn't old enough to do what he wanted.
At 14, Connor knew there was not much he could do to help her. He wanted to grow up, quickly, so that he could be there for her when she needed him.Assassin's Creed: Liberation - Mission 2: Connor's Way - Sequence 8 [100% Sync]
On his 18th birthday, he had planned to reach out to her. He had saved all the articles he found online about her, looked at all her pictures, and read all of her business interviews. Connor lost all courage to contact her then. He couldn't reach out to Aveline, even to try and be her friend, because he didn't want just her friendship. He wanted so much more than that and he couldn't have that if she was with someone else. That day, Connor came to terms with his feelings.
He had been for a while. The fact that she was in a relationship with another man made his realization that much more painful. So, Connor focused on school instead. He graduated with a business degree from one of the top colleges in the nation to further prepare himself as the future CEO of Mohawk Industries. He poured himself in his work and did his best to stop searching for her face on TV, in crowds or airports.
He stopped reading articles about her or her company. Connor locked away his feelings and memories towards Aveline and cast them as far away from his mind as possible. He had to, because he couldn't continue to live his life around a person that hadn't bothered to reach him in years. Connor gave her an apologetic smile, his amber eyes turning to his mother's face, "I'm sorry, Ista, I didn't. What did you say? When will you be home? He's going on a date with a woman he met online.
Why doesn't he just ask a girl out like a normal man? He's worse than Connor was when he asked Elisa to the Spring Formal in the 7th grade. Maybe I can take her to lunch to make up for it. See you both at home. And don't eat all the cookies! Aveline moved her head to the beat of the bass that boomed from the huge speakers on the dance floor. She moved her hips a little, letting the music move her.
She'd been to this club before, but it'd been a while. Apparently, they were back to hiring good DJs. The two women had been getting more than enough attention as they walked through the club, parting the sea of bodies as if they had magic powers.
Though most of the patrons of the club were famous, or well-to-do socialites, they still attracted the attention of both hungry men and jealous women. Aveline was wearing her favorite emerald green cutout dress. It molded to her form like a second skin and the matching pumps made her appear a few inches taller than she actually was. With her hair unbound in meticulous spiral curls that reached the middle of her back and flawless make-up, she looked like the heiress that she was.
Patience, however, was not to be outdone. In a little black dress that showed off her hourglass frame and ample cleavage, she presented the perfect balance of naughty and nice.
Both women were enjoying themselves and dancing in their private booth, waiting for the rest of their party to arrive. Aveline leaned into Patience, attempting not to holler in her friend's ear over the loud music, "Is your guy here yet? He said he was running behind; something about waiting for his cousin to get out of a meeting! Some time after Ezio foils the Pazzi conspiracy, Leonardo receives a commission from a Venetian noble, prompting him to set up a new workshop in Venice.
As Ezio had his own business in the city, he accompanied him. He developed an interest in flight, and invented an experimental flying machinewhich Ezio used on one of his missions. After seeing the Apple of Eden, Leonardo marveled at the futuristic visions it showed him.
He then developed an interest in the findings of Pythagorasand was eventually able to create a map leading to a temple built by his followers. Eventually, Leonardo was blackmailed by Cesare Borgia into designing Templar war machines.
He continued to support Ezio, in secret, until he was kidnapped by a third party, the Cult of Hermes, who wanted him to lead them to the Temple of Pythagoras. He is eventually rescued by Ezio, and despite his injuries, explores the Temple, fascinated by the numeric codes found within. Although Leonardo does not appear in Assassin's Creed: Revelations, the novelization describes him dying peacefully at his home in Amboisewith his friends including Ezio, who is now retired from the Assassins at his side.
In Assassin's Creed III, the Darvenport Homestead's residential carpenter obtained some of Leonardo's blueprints and, at Connor's request, build a prototype replica of the original flying machine. Lorenzo de' Medici[ edit ] Portrait of Lorenzo by Rubens 17th century Lorenzo de' Medici — was an Italian statesman and de facto ruler of the Florentine Republic during the Italian Renaissance.
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Known as il Magnifico the Magnificent by contemporary Florentines, he was a diplomat, politician and patron of scholars, artists, and poets. His life coincided with the high point of the early Italian Renaissance; his death marked the end of the Golden Age of Florence. The fragile peace he helped maintain between the various Italian states collapsed with his death. Lorenzo worked closely with Giovanni Auditore da Firenze, a close friend and ally, against the corrupted Borgia.
After Giovanni's death, Lorenzo was saved by his son Ezio during the Pazzi conspiracy. She is the daughter of Rodrigo Borgia and the sister of Cesare Borgia. She is first seen in a portrait in Assassin's Creed II as a little girl with brown hair. She appears in Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood as a woman, her hair now blonde.
She is shown to have incestuous affairs with both her father and her brother, the latter of whom tells her that she will be his queen. She has secured a political advantage for her family by marrying many powerful nobles and then having them disgraced or killed soon thereafter. She grows tired of Cesare's womanizing ways, however, and plans to leave the Vatican.
Despite this, she still warns her brother of the poisoned apple he received from Rodrigo. In turn, Cesare beat her until she revealed the Piece of Eden's location. Disillusioned by his actions, she helped Ezio find said Piece of Eden and left the Vatican behind. Her in-game portrait reveals that she and her husband fled Rome and relocated to Ferrara where she encountered Ezio again in while he was looking for the first da Vinci painting, Annunciation.
He was elected Pope from to as Alexander VI. His enemies called him "The Spaniard" due to his Spanish origins while his Templar followers called him "Maestro" "Master" in Italian and "teacher" in Spanish.