Man, this was really fun. This is for the Anon who asked whether Ezio and/or Desmond will show up in the Bender!AU that Muffy and I made.
As for Desmond’s role in all this:
He’s the Avatar. But he doesn’t know it yet. He ran away before his family was informed of it and became a bartender in the city, it was only until he got kidnapped and tortured that he found out. His first Avatar state was upon seeing Aveline being tortured alongside him.
Anyway, since he learns all that it takes to become an Assassin in the game, the ancestors are his teachers and they make up Team Avatar and kick ass. Might do a more detailed post on this later.
I’m reasonably proud of this one. It was just so fun working on it and thinking of backstories and tying them all together and fashion and clothes, haha.
“Should we leave them alone, Stephane?”
“Oui, and I will keep them out of the inn for making me worried sick last night. It is a sound plan, Connor.”
“That is not what I meant.”
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robot wearing teen girl clothes
Thomas Hickey looks like a little shota with my clothes……
it’s never too early or too late to wear christmas jimjams
Here’s Connor showing all of you how much of a hipster I am with my checkered shirts and paint-flecked clothing. He’s also wearing these shoes of mine. I’m surprised his eyes haven’t watered yet from my glasses.
Funny thing is, I don’t look that far at all from Connor here. I’m not bara as fuck but it’s pretty close I think.
This is a lengthy headcanon post so feel free to delete the text if you want to when reblogging.
And even if you don’t read the text I wouldn’t blame you, haha. Just be worried that it won’t make much sense.
The first one concerning Parisa and Nur’s headcanon of Ziio having three brothers. The text for that part is in quotation marks because these are Parisa’s actual words. (So go blame her for the sadness.)
The second part was to address this post which was causing a bit of confusion. So I pulled out some text from my sources here and here to help explain. Feel free to read further into them, because it really will explain stuff if you’re still unsure.
Historically, our favourite general, Charles Lee, was married to a Mohawk woman (the chief’s daughter, no less) and they had kids! Twins, in fact! But Ubisoft didn’t really choose to portray them, and I don’t blame them either. There’s a lot of grey area where his family’s concerned.
But I digress, onto the blue-eyed boys up in the last panel. Charles and his wife got together in 1755, married casually, by the way. Connor was born in 1756, and the twins were either born the same year or earlier by a few months. So you’ve got the guys growing up at the same time as Connor. But you don’t see them, you don’t even get a blip of them or the fact that Charles even had a family. (I cannot even begin to talk about how Ubisoft might have covered William Johnson’s rampant shagfest and the fact that he might have had over 100 illegitimate children but we’ll save that for another time.)
My bet was that the twins might as well have been in the game anyway, as the children you initially play hide-and-seek with and then as two of the warriors whom you have to disable before Kanen’to:kon’s death. And perhaps Connor actually did avoid them in the game after finding out who their father was, and that’s why we knew nothing about them. But this is me getting ahead of myself. Ubisoft wouldn’t be that cruel.
I just needed to get that off my shoulders but for some reason typing all that up made me feel like Shaun. Anyway, thanks for reading that and putting up with the madness!