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dimbismp
11-20-2014, 04:56 PM
So,in the AC wiki it says that Arno becomes an Assassin again in 1794.Don't know if this is jus the normal speculation,or some exclusive novel info.Also,there is a brief text about his life after the ending of ACU,which i found really frustrating: After the death of Élise and Grand Master François in the Temple, Arno lived in Versailles and was met by the former Assassin Ruddock, an acquaintance of Élise. Ruddock gave Arno a letter that Élise had written in the event of her death explaining a number of her actions and directing him to find her chest of keepsakes, she only asked that Arno allow Ruddock to keep a pack of letters that she had been given by Jennifer Scott on her trip to London, which would allow Ruddock to gain favour with the Assassin Council and rejoin the Creed.

Arno agreed to honor her wishes and took Ruddock's address and told him he would be in touch once he had obtained the letters and Élise's chest, Arno also agreed that he would endorse any efforts he made to win favor with the Assassins. Arno traveled to the Maison Royale where he met Élise's teacher Mr Weatherall and was given the chest as promised, but the visit soon turned sour.

Ruddock had followed Arno and betrayed him, attempting to finish a ordered kill by the English Templars, he was killed by Mr Weatherall before he could shoot Arno.

Arno stayed with Élise's friends in the years after her death, having been invited to stay by her former maid out of respect to her mistress, Arno also tried to keep out of the sight of Assassins hoping to keep out of the war between them and the Assassins, the Truce that Élise's has so hoped for had failed and he no longer wanted to be part of the war.[


This is supposedly from the novel.Anyone able to clarify?

ace3001
11-20-2014, 05:03 PM
The wiki does cite the novel.

I hope this doesn't mean we won't be getting an Arno sequel because it's already covered in the novel.

dxsxhxcx
11-20-2014, 05:07 PM
The wiki does cite the novel.

I hope this doesn't mean we won't be getting an Arno sequel because it's already covered in the novel.

didn't they say in an interview that they wouldn't be doing more sequels for the ancestors like they did with Ezio?

Namikaze_17
11-20-2014, 05:11 PM
So,in the AC wiki it says that Arno becomes an Assassin again in 1794.Don't know if this is jus the normal speculation,or some exclusive novel info.Also,there is a brief text about his life after the ending of ACU,which i found really frustrating: After the death of Élise and Grand Master François in the Temple, Arno lived in Versailles and was met by the former Assassin Ruddock, an acquaintance of Élise. Ruddock gave Arno a letter that Élise had written in the event of her death explaining a number of her actions and directing him to find her chest of keepsakes, she only asked that Arno allow Ruddock to keep a pack of letters that she had been given by Jennifer Scott on her trip to London, which would allow Ruddock to gain favour with the Assassin Council and rejoin the Creed.

Arno agreed to honor her wishes and took Ruddock's address and told him he would be in touch once he had obtained the letters and Élise's chest, Arno also agreed that he would endorse any efforts he made to win favor with the Assassins. Arno traveled to the Maison Royale where he met Élise's teacher Mr Weatherall and was given the chest as promised, but the visit soon turned sour.

Ruddock had followed Arno and betrayed him, attempting to finish a ordered kill by the English Templars, he was killed by Mr Weatherall before he could shoot Arno.

Arno stayed with Élise's friends in the years after her death, having been invited to stay by her former maid out of respect to her mistress, Arno also tried to keep out of the sight of Assassins hoping to keep out of the war between them and the Assassins, the Truce that Élise's has so hoped for had failed and he no longer wanted to be part of the war.[


This is supposedly from the novel.Anyone able to clarify?


Perhaps Dead Kings will further his incentive of no longer being apart of the war or something?

Or maybe Napoleon's rise will make come back...who knows?