Throughout Ubisoft’s hit series Assassin’s Creed, we have been playing the role of dozens of assassins with the ability to fly skillfully and kill people “out of spirit”. Among them, there are characters that impress us from the first time they appear. But besides that, there are also guys or girls that are “cool” at first glance, but after playing, they don’t save anything about them. Below, is a ranking of the main characters of Assassin’s Creed, from worst to best, according to the combined assessment of gamers and experts.
12. Connor (Ratonhnhaké:ton) – Assassin’s Creed III
A guy who should have been one of Assassin’s Creed’s most compelling protagonists. Connor was the son of a Native American woman and an Englishman – born during a time when cultural tension was at its height – and played an active role in the American Revolution. . However, it seems that the scriptwriter for this character forgot one very important thing: Personality. Throughout the game, Connor presents himself as an oddly boring and rigid guy who whines and complains throughout the Assassin’s Creed game being rated as the worst.
11. Arno Victor Dorian – Assassin‘s Creed Unity
Another revolutionary, this time in France. Born and raised in a wealthy family in Versailles, Dorian became an assassin after being sent to the Bastille, a notoriously violent prison in Paris. At first, like Connor, Dorian proves to be an interesting character with a curious past. And, unlike most of the other main characters in the series, he has an interesting smug and smug look. However, after pulling down the hood, Dorian suddenly “transformed”, and his once interesting personality suddenly disappeared as if it never existed. As some people commented, Dorian suddenly became “someone who only knows how to kill people”. And that, certainly not a significant Assassin players keep in mind.
10. Altaïr Ibn-La’Ahad – Assassin’s Creed
The first Assassin who started a legendary series. However, unfortunately, is also one of the most “silly” heroes of the series. Altaïr looks cool, but there doesn’t seem to be much underneath the hood. Reviews of Altaïr’s boredom were so numerous that Ubisoft had to rush to introduce a completely different character in the next game. Obviously, Altaïr’s role is incredibly important and undisputed, but what about the individual character? Boring, that’s what players remember.
9. Aya of Alexandria – Assassin’s Creed Origins
Aya is the second playable character of the latest Assassin’s Creed game, and is also the wife of the protagonist Bayek. As a female assassin, she is strong and brave, with a fervent belief that only Cleopatra’s ability can give Egypt a secure future. With that belief, Aya’s every move has one purpose, to put Cleopatra on the throne, even if it causes a rift in her relationship with her husband. In general, besides that narrow, one-sided view, along with an unremarkable personality (other than loyalty to Cleopatra), Aya… was okay.
8. Shay Patrick Cormac – Assassin’s Creed Rogue
Shay is one of the most distinctive heroes of the series, as he is not an Assassin, but a Templar. However, even though he is working for the “bad guy”, Shay’s past as an Assassin does not stop haunting him. Shay is tough, rough, but refuses to kill the weak and sometimes shows compassion. All in all, Shay is an imperfect character but has many aspects to exploit.
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