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Assassin's Creed: Alliance chapter 23 - Elise
Extracts from the journals of Élise de la Serre  
Dearest Father,
                          Our plans to build a better future by allying with the Assassins failed. As it would happen, those within the Brotherhood and Templar Order mostly backed the cause, and I have no doubt that within time the two orders could have united under one banner. It was not to be so. The tradition of endless war was, in the end, too much to overcome, even for us. A man within our Order used the powers of the Apple of Eden to destroy any chance that we had of a lasting peace, and used it so that my Order turned its back on me. Even my friend Marius DeCuir was powerless. Even he is now an enemy.
It is not the end, however dark things may appear. And while I am no longer a Templar, I had thrown in my lot with the Assassins. It will come as a surprise to you, my becoming an Assassin, but I could not simply walk away and let Davout and h
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Assassin's Creed: Alliance chapter 22
27 October 1795
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I glanced at Napoleon, the man who had been promoted to a divisional general after his defeat of the royalist force on the fifth of October. The man who only yesterday had been given command of the army of Italy.
“The royalists are calling you the ‘Général Vendémiaire’,” I told him with a grin.
“Well I suppose they would,” he replied with a chuckle, “seeing as that was when I defeated them.”
I smiled, remembering when I had found out about the name intended to make Napoleon the villain, when to the people of France he had become a national hero.
“Général Vendémiaire,” he muttered again, “it shall be my first title of glory.”
I shook my head; I was still surprised that he had won the battle with only minor casualties, “How on Earth did you do it? They had you out numbered five to one.”
My friend grinned back at me, “How did a mob of untrained, poorly
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Assassin's Creed: Alliance chapter 21
4 October 1795
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The next two months flew by without much bloodshed, with Sophie Trenet surrendering and throwing herself upon the Assassin Council’s mercy and with the return of Shay, things had changed. Sophie Trenet had been returned to the rank of Novice within the Brotherhood and those that had followed her had similarly been stripped of rank. But the fact was that we needed them, in total our Order consisted of less than twenty now, of the hundred or so that had been a part of the Brotherhood when I had first joined. The sole reason that our former enemy still lived was because she brought not only half a dozen more Assassins to our cause, but also her backing from the Thieves and Courtesans guilds. As for the Templars, Élise had spent those months consolidating her control over the Templar Order, and luckily, very few members had sided with Monsieur Davout.  She was still Grand Master and the alliance was holding together under our leadership.
And Shay, as it tur
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Assassin's Creed: Alliance chapter 20
I followed him through the winding streets of Paris, making sure that I was always out of sight when he turned to make sure that he wasn’t followed. Soon enough I was forced to clamber up onto the rooftops to avoid detection. I ran ahead of him, the sooner I found the black hooded man, the better. Soon enough I was pulling myself up onto a gargoyle perched on the cathedral itself.  I looked down into the crowd, scanning it for the black hooded man. The messenger appeared once more and I followed his movements.
Aha! There was the man. I watched as the messenger passed my correspondence to the man in the hood, who tucked the letter into his robes. I watched the messenger move about, making use of Eagle Sense to keep a close eye on him. And then he passed the letter to another man.
Merde.
The game was on.
I peered down, watching closely as the letter was passed from hand to hand, this was going to be very hard indeed. It took all of my skill to keep track of the letter as it ca
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Assassin's Creed: Alliance chapter 19
Thank God for Marius DeCuir. By the time of our return he had cleared away all the bodies for burial and had rescued everything that could still be saved from the ruins of the villa.
“Not much of it could be saved,” he told us solemnly, “some clothing, weapons and these.”
I looked to where he was indicating and saw a small pile of furniture, along with both the portraits of Élise’s parents and her trunk.
“Thank you, Marius,” I told him simply as Élise made her way over to the burnt trunk and opened it.
She withdrew a short sword and inspected it carefully. Seeing that it was undamaged, she carefully replaced the weapon in its box. Clearly the blade had some meaning to her.
“Transport these to my residence at Versailles,” Élise looked to her lieutenant, gesturing to the salvaged goods from the villa, “and summon what you can of the Order to meet at the safe house upon our return.”      
Monsi
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Assassin's Creed: Alliance chapter 18
8 July 1795
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I had begun to see the end of the struggle, the end of four bitter months at war with the rogue Assassins. And while the fight had taken a deadly toll, consuming Assassin and Templar alike, the alliance was holding together stronger than ever.
And Shay was expected back from America at any day, bringing aide. Help that I hoped would bring the war to a swift ending.
I had redoubled my efforts to catch the traitor within our ranks, and a plan had started to form.
I told Élise and Mr Weatherall my plan when they arrived at the La Serre villa.
We were in a private study, away from the prying ears of those within the Assassin Brotherhood. No one could find out about this, not even Monsieur Bonnaire and the Italians, all of whom I knew were innocent of treachery.
I told them of my plan to lure our betrayer into the open and catch him off guard, and hopefully, that would cost Madame Trenet the war.
A frown creased Mr Weatherall’s face as he looked over at me, “I
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Assassin's Creed: Alliance chapter 17
10 June 1795
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I ran a finger over the map before me, in the month following Quemar’s death it had become obvious that Madame Trenet and her Assassins were struggling. That attacks on us and our Templar allies had almost stopped, the thieves guild that had been backing her cause had lost almost half its territory to the rival faction. Things were starting to look good for our cause. Élise stood to my side and Freddie Weatherall sat on his chair, his crutches leaning on the wall beside him as we planned out another raid on the thieves guild.
I heard a knock on the door and glanced up to see the Italians enter. As usual, Dante appeared laid back and had a spark in his eyes, while Alessa gave off the same quiet but cocky expression with her lips slightly upturned.
“Arno,” grinned an excited Dante Lucian, “We have found something.”
I peered at the man and raised an eyebrow, what had the twins discovered?
Beside him, Alessa sighed and shook her head,
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Assassin's Creed: Alliance chapter 16
A lot had happened in the weeks following the death of René Hugues. The royalists had been gathering support and there were rumours that they had backing from England, among other nations. It was worrying to say the least, if the royalists gained power once more, things would return to as they had been, with the noble classes forcing poverty on those beneath them. That was something that we could not allow.
With the death of Hugues, and with the Templars and our own Assassins supporting a rival thieves guild, we had sparked a war between the two factions of thieves. One group backing Madame Trenet, the other giving us aide. Meanwhile the Italians, Alessa and Dante Lucian, had been crippling Trenet’s spy network, giving them false information while at the same time destroying it, eliminating one spy at a time.
Slowly but surely we were cutting off Madame Trenet’s supply line and cutting out her eyes and ears.
As Élise would put it, Trenet’s support was evapor
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Assassin's Creed: Alliance chapter 15
I sprinted down the street, ducking and weaving through what was left of the crowd. I lead my pursuers down streets and alleys. I couldn’t afford to stop for anything. I saw the crowd part before me and then I sensed it. An Assassin hidden in the crowd. I almost smiled, it was one of the Order’s oldest tricks and one of our tenants; hide in plain sight. I heard the almost silent sound of a wrist blade being engaged, my instincts kicked in and I leapt to the side, the hidden blade missing me by a hairs breadth. I lashed out with my own and caught my attacker in the chin. Blood erupted about me as my attacker crashed to the ground. I glanced over my shoulder and swore. It was too late to run now; the attack had slowed me enough for my pursuers to catch up. As the gap in the crowd widened, I drew my pistol and in one fluid motion brought it up and pulled the trigger. One of the Assassins crashed to the ground with a cry of pain, the shot slamming him from his feet. Three to go
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Assassin's Creed: Alliance chapter 14
23 March 1795
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Julien Bonnaire glanced around that the assembled faces as he unfurled a large map of Paris on the table before us. I stood at my Mentor’s right shoulder, beside Élise and her lieutenant, Marius. When the map was fully unfolded the two Italians strode over and started examining every detail of the city, getting the feel of the layout.
“So,” began Monsieur Bonnaire, “It has been almost a month since Madame Trenet delivered her threat, and as such we need to prepare. Thanks to Madame de la Serre and her smugglers, we have the supplies to put up a fight,” he nodded to Élise with a smile, “however, the fact remains that we are heavily outnumbered by our enemy.”
“I believe that there is more to it than that,” I told Bonnaire.
“What have you heard, Arno?”
“There have been whispers,” I added thoughtfully, “that Madame Trenet has gained support from leaders on both sides of the revolut
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Assassin's Creed - Aguilar and Maria
So finally the film of my favourite franchise got released and I have to say I was blown away by how amazing it was!! Amazing story, beautiful visuals, incredible stunts and brutal action. Not the mention the simply incredible soundtrack!! Anyway I decided to put together this simple wallpaper featuring the two main Assassins from the Spanish Inquisition: Aguila de Nehra played by Michael Fassbender and Maria played by Ariane Labed  :) 
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Just a little geometric piece that I put together in Illustrator. Ft our lord and saviour Commander Raccoon
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My name's Anthony, but most people just call me Ant :)
I am a writer and have just started to cosplay and play around with both my drawing and digital art skills :)

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Rodinas Featured By Owner Jun 21, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks for the fav >__<
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Thank you so much for the favorite! +fav :happybounce: 
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kearle Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2016
Anytime! Keep up the amazing work :)
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Thank you again! :D (Big Grin) 
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Thank you very much for fav :meow: ^^ 
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Hello, and if you celebrate: Happy Holidays!  Thanks so much for the :+devwatch:--I appreciate it a lot!  Have a terrific 2016!

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RandomRedneck1990 Featured By Owner Dec 23, 2015
Thanks for the fave, dude.
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hi ant! wat's up?
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hi ant! how's it going?^v^
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Arty-Artstar Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2015
Hey, do you have any requests for this weekend's project? It is going to be another poem, but I have no idea which. So you can chose! :) And maybe request a theme to go with it or a certain material I should use? At the moment, I am undecided.
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