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Nothing Is True...Ratonhnhaké:ton still had a difficult time digesting the new reality that now was around him. The bodies of hung rebels were still on display around the city; a city he helped fight for. His mother was now gone; and he still heard nothing about Maya, Achilles, or the other Assassins. He followed Kanen’tó:kon and Samuel Adams towards the house they declared would be safe for all of them to hide while they planned their next move. This had to be some nightmare he must have had. But, all of it was too....real.Nothing Is True... by Dahlia-Bellona
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Animus Hack: The PropheciesAnimus Hack: The Prophecies by Dahlia-Bellona
Assassin's Creed: Paradox Rising
‘Assassin’s Creed’ characters, terms, and locations are property of Ubisoft Entertainment. This story was written for Personal enjoyment. No money was made from this work.
Maya Hotu is an Assassin in the year 2012. Her Order is frantically searching for a way to prevent the destruction predicted by the First Civilization, and they are losing their war against the Templars. As Desmond Miles searches for a way into the old Temple in North America, Maya is sent to retrieve the Shroud of Turin, a powerful and mysterious piece of Eden, hidden in the land of her own ancestors, Easter Island.
But once she reaches the Shroud, Minerva appears to her, giving Maya her own cryptic message. She blacks out, waking up in the year 1774. There, she runs into Connor Kenway and Achilles Davenport, and asks for their help to understand the message given to her by Minerva. In turn, she assists Connor in helping stabilize the birth of a Nation, and to recreate the near extinct Brotherhood of Assassins within the Colonies. Problem is, is that the more time she spends with Connor, the more danger she places herself and the fate of the world in her time by falling more and more for the stoic Assassin.
What's more important? Trusting your heart, or performing your duties?
What's a girl to do?
Contains violence, Gore, Ideologically Sensitive References, Sexual Themes.