Well ,I'm sorry if someone already made a thread about this.Today while I was replaying AC2, I stumbled on a painting of George Washington (1781) in the 2nd gylph.
So, does that mean that Washington is the main antagonist in AC3 ?
And if not how will ubi explain the gylph ?
P.S. I'm not really into US history
Owning a Piece of Eden doesn't automatically make a person an antagonist.
Jesus owned the Shroud.
Yet I don't think it would be Connor: Hey Washington: Wassup Connor: Can I have this amazing thing that makes you control people's minds and help you win the fight that you will lose? Washington: Sure Bro !
On a serious note Connor won't leave Washington have the apple, as it won't makes sense :P
Having a PoE doesn't make you a Templar, an Antagonist maybe, but not necessarily a Templar Ala Savonarola.
Also him having an Apple doesnt support his Antagonist role, for all we know Altair had an Apple for 20+ years and Ezio had it for few years on separate Occasions..
"Out of all the things Ubi copies from game to game, a protagonist like Ezio should be top of the list."- an Intelligent Ezio fan