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assassins creed will end with the resaloution of the end of the world which will be fought by assassins and templars againts the gods.


There is no end to assassin's creed 2 because you can replay your memories.


nothing it just doenst end up being finished


if you mean the passcode on the end : that's 8 1 4 9 2


you cant. you stay there until the start of assassins creed 2



I take it you mean Brotherhood.you put about assassins creed 2.you do no go into the colluseam in Assassins creed 2.But anyway, what you have to do is find your way throght the colluseam to meat up with the others.SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERSIF YOU DO NOT WANT TO FIND OUT WHAT HAPPENS IN THE END DO NOT READ ANY MORE./////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////After you meat up with the others you have to run around this big room while the god person from Assassins Creed 2 talks to you. She makes you stab that girl from Assassins creed 1 and that follows you through Assassins creed 2 and Brotherhood because she is seakratly a Templar.SPOILERS OVER SPOILERS OVER SPOILERS OVERHOPE THIS HELPS YOU FELLOW ASSASSIN


Most likely not. If you have played AC3, then you know what happens in the end, what decision Desmond had to make. (I'm not trying to spoil anything ^^ ) But still, I think that the Assassin's creed franchise is awesome, and I too want more AC games ;)



I think yes because at the end of assassin's creed brotherhood which is assassin's creed 3 they don't explain the ending.


Desmond finds the apple of eden but when he picks it up he gets controlled by juno and he stabs Lucy with a hidden blade


Yes there is because at the end of Assassin's Creed Brotherhoood is a cliffhanger, and cliffhangers always lead to a new game and everyone was aware that Assassin's Creed would be a trilogy and Assassin's Creed Brotherhood is not number three, so yes there will be another one


Subject 16 is a person that they experimented on before Desmond, it is his blood you see all over the walls at the end of assassins creed 1 when you use eagle eye.


You need to 1of master assassins master missions...well beat all the assassins challeages then you will end up wit sword of altair


You have to complete the Lairs of Romulus. There is a shrine of Romulus at the end of each one.


The next game is yet to be announced. It is not the end of the series, just the end of Ezio's story.


yes I'm pretty shore there is going to be a assassins creed 3 and probable its going to be about Desmond and killing that guy that got away at the end of the game.


You end up at 10 then go to your safehouse to initiate your future assassin :))


Altair is the main character of assassins creed 1. He starts as a regular assassin but at the end of the game becomes the head assassin (master assassin).


Al Mualim dies at altairs blade. This happened because a artifact called the apple of Eden was recovered by Al Mualim and he lost his reason,so he was corrupted by the apple. It has the power to kill with no movement,so in assassins creed brotherhood. Ezio takes it from Cesare Borgia so he can't control everything and seals it away.


Edward kenway kills Toress in observatory and leaves his money mindedness. His wife Caroline dies in an accident and his daughter comes to visit him and goes back with her to England.


walk around in the room or go back into the animus and replay chapters. theirs also the option to go out and buy assassins creed 2


Desmond gets out of the animus and the hideout is invaded so you have to leave and fight loads of cronies.


you play as Desmond trying to get apple of Eden then you are controlled by the apple then you kill Lucy


At the start of assassins creed you find your character being ridiculed for something he did earlier. He is demoted and has his weapons striped from him. With each level you get to unlock new weapons. By the end you should have: Hidden Blade (1) Longsword short blade Throwing knifes



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