We all know the Creed by now. That according to Altair, it can never be killed, because it's not only something the Assassin's follow, but an idea. Now I'm extremely curious to see how Connor joins and get's involved with the Assassin's. Obviously his village is burned down by templars, but for Ezio, he always knew about the legacy left by Altair and about the past of the cult/organization. So I'm wondering how the Assassin's will start in the newly made USA, or if Connor will be the first.
In AC1, the creed was always apparent. Hell, Altair was nearly killed and was stripped of everything (even his countering abilities!) because he pretty much betrayed all 3 in mission. But in AC2 (I could be wrong) I don't think the creed was ever said to Ezio. Even when he would initiate new recruits to the Assassin rank, he would simply say "We work in the dark, to serve the light. We are Assassin's" and says the traditional "Nothing is True, Everything is Permitted". I feel like the creed has sort of been lost in the past couple games. (The game is called Assassin's Creed!!!)
I just wonder if Connor will learn of the past Assassin's what they've done, and of the creed. Or is it even relevant at this point, have the three tenants slowly become irrelevant over time? Connor looks more like a home grown self-righteous Assassin that works alone. Which sounds totally awesome. Rather than the traditional Assassin that is initiated into a larger group.
We know he can recruit and has Assassin helpers like in ACB/ACR, so obviously he is part of something bigger. Maybe. Or perhaps he has started the Assassin's up again like Ezio did in Rome and sort of his own revolution against the templars.
What do you guys think the 18th century Assassin's will look like? Will Connor be a leader like Ezio was, or more of a solo guy doin his own thing on his own agenda(for freedom and what not)?