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.
7. Jacob Frye – Assassin’s Creed Syndicate
Jacob is a swagger, rebellious and annoying to a certain extent. However, thanks to these “disadvantages”, Jacob becomes a much more popular character than the “soulless” Connors or Altaïr. Jacob always knows how to have fun, for example when fighting on the streets of London. However, in addition to that impulsiveness, Jacob is also a defender of the weak. And that was what prompted him to follow in his father’s footsteps to become a true Assassin.
6. Aveline de Grandpré – Assassin’s Creed III: Liberation
Raised in wealth and privileges in New Orleans, Aveline stood up to the injustice and hypocrisy of slavery laws. Aveline has a strong belief in freedom, and that leads her to join the Assassins. As the main character in the spin-off of the failed Assassin’s Creed III, Aveline won countless fans’ hearts when compared to Connor. Aveline does not accept living in luxury when her friend is suffering from slavery, and that makes her personality shine.
5. Haytham Kenway – Assassin’s Creed III
Overshadowed in the worst Assassin’s Creed game, is one of the series’ best characters. Okay, putting Haytham on the list of assassins is probably a mistake, because he’s not an Assassin. Instead, Haytham is the villain, but the “playable” villain. The complicated, conflicted interior, torn by loyalty to the Templar organization and the kindness left inside makes the first 3 levels as Haythem of Assassin’s Creed III have interesting highlights. Just then, however, Connor appeared, and kicked the “joy” aside.
4. Edward James Kenway – Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag
The charismatic Welsh pirate is undoubtedly one of the most interesting characters in the series. Edward was more concerned with fame, money, and glory than the Assassins’ mission. That attitude, coupled with his sense of humour, makes him an unforgettable character full of personality. His Caribbean voyages made Edward who he was, and even after he became an Assassin in old age, his love of the sea never changed.
3. Bayek of Siwa – Assassin’s Creed Origins
The newest hero of the series, and one of the best at the same time. Origins takes place in the declining years of ancient Egypt, when under the influence of two outside forces, Greece and Rome. However, Bayek is a man of the old world. He respects tradition and religion from the bottom of his soul, but at the same time has a sense of humor and his own charm. The death of his son, caused by Bayek’s own weakness in front of children, sometimes led him astray. However, after all, Bayek is still Bayek, a man willing to stand up for justice for the weak, and a true Assassin.
2. Evie Frye – Assassin’s Creed Syndicate
Evie is a female assassin with a much more organized and professional style than her brother Jacob. Fortunately, that discipline did not make her a shadow under the hood like Altaïr and Connor. Underneath her tough exterior, Evie possesses a kind heart as well as a sense of humor that is rarely flaunted. Besides, she always showed concern for her reckless brother. Capable, intelligent, and charming, Evie is without a doubt the greatest female assassin the series has ever had.
first. Ezio Auditore da Firenze – Assassin’s Creed II, Brotherhood, Revelations
Obviously, the most attractive, the most interesting, to the point of making Ubisoft have to make up to 3 games about himself, none other than Ezio. Ezio captivated fans from the first appearance, and continued to develop that charm with the next 2 titles. Perhaps it would be a bit unfair to compare Ezio with other assassins, because he has up to 3 games to build a lively and “breathing” character. Witty, charming, and mischievous, Ezio is an eye-opener, from the days of young boys fighting in the streets of Florence, to the final footage of Revelation.
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