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King Arthur

I haven't had the chance yet to read the book Assassin's Creed Heresy, but I've heard it references King Arthur as being associated with the Templars. This is kinda disappointing to me because I always thought of him as a hero. Does anyone else agree or disagree? Also, if you had to choose between him and Leonidas I of Sparta, who would you say is cooler?
  • PPAYTV
    PPAYTV

    why are people bad, just working for the templars? Look at Shay Patrick Cormac, once an assassin he turned into one of the greatest assassin killers, but are his actions good or bad?(I mean of course it's bad, cuz he kills people :D but in comparison to the Brotherhood). This my brother is the philosophical question in nearly every AC game.

  • LAT1M3Z
    LAT1M3Z

    I think everyone we know as a historical figure/hero has been associated with the templars and/or a piece of eden, so its not a surprise. I think in AC2 and brotherhood they showed a buch of them holding the apple at one point in time to gain control of the masses. And Leonidas was cooler, just because of the timeline and the sheer political and tactical prowess not to mention the impossible undertaking of fighting the Persian army the way he did.

  • LAT1M3Z
    LAT1M3Z

    I think everyone we know as a historical figure/hero has been associated with the templars and/or a piece of eden, so its not a surprise. I think in AC2 and brotherhood they showed a buch of them holding the apple at one point in time to gain control of the masses. And Leonidas was cooler, just because of the timeline and the sheer political and tactical prowess not to mention the impossible undertaking of fighting the Persian army the way he did.

  • PPAYTV
    PPAYTV

    why are people bad, just working for the templars? Look at Shay Patrick Cormac, once an assassin he turned into one of the greatest assassin killers, but are his actions good or bad?(I mean of course it's bad, cuz he kills people :D but in comparison to the Brotherhood). This my brother is the philosophical question in nearly every AC game.

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