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Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag Wiki Guide After the events at the end of Assassin's Creed 3, wherein Desmond sacrificed himself to prevent. This list of characters from the Assassin's Creed franchise contains only characters that are . He ended his own life for the sake of the planet in In Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag, an e-mail sent by Abstergo Entertainment COO .. This caused a long-term relationship between them, with Ezio carrying out several. The final moments of 'Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag' are all three games share this theme: The relationship between fathers and daughters.
Contents Biography Early life "On seeing her, he falls to his knees. He says he is ashamed. He begs forgiveness for keeping me enslaved all this time. He vows to grant us both our freedom. Granted freedom along with her mother at birth, Aveline grew up in a caring and considerate environment, protected by her father's wealth and influence within the city.
However, when her father's business began to suffer, he married Madeleine de L'Isle, the daughter of one of his investors, in Despite the fact that Madeleine quickly adopted the role of doting stepmother, Aveline continued to be troubled by the loss of her mother.
As a result, she frequently had nightmares about the events surrounding Jeanne's disappearance. Inshe attempted to free a slave, but was caught in the act and set upon by sailors employed by the slave's owner. Then my aunt [ His letter alerted her to a plantation from which slaves were reportedly escaping, prompting Aveline to investigate. After ascending the Saint Louis Cathedral to scout out a dressing chambershe hid inside a cart that would take her to the estate. After the young slave had been brought to safety by Madeleine's contacts, Madeleine assured Aveline she would aid her if similar situations ever arose in the future.
In her guise of a lady, Aveline easily charmed the captain and, while he was distracted, managed to slip away with some paperwork detailing the location of the merchandise. Additional information revealed that he was present in Louisiana and was working with its French governor, Jean-Jacques Blaise d'Abbadie. After navigating the mansion's hallways, Aveline reached the governor's office, where she overheard de Ferrer and governor d'Abbadie talk about the plans of a mysterious individual referred to as the "Company Man".
The pair had also made a deal to ensure d'Abaddie remained as governor, provided he smoothed the hand-over of the colony to the Templars and supplied de Ferrer with workers for a secret Templar operation. Deciding to end their practices, Aveline waited for de Ferrer to leave, before attacking the governor and assassinating him with a musket.
However, d'Abbadie could not answer her question and succumbed to his wounds, prompting Aveline to hurriedly escape the estate. With the city's guards on high alert following the governor's death, Aveline chose to hide in the bayou until the commotion died down. This, you will need to uncover.
After receiving additional training in the use of a blowpipeAveline set out to uncover the imposter's identity and his affiliations. The primary method of recovering from damage, as health regenerates much more rapidly when outside of combat.
Carlos Dominguez likes his drink a tad too much. Aveline finds him completely wasted in the streets during one mission, making her planned interrogation of him difficult.
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The smuggler Roussillon also has shades of this, but not to the same extent. Sadly, we never get to see whether he finally won her over or not. Liberation is more about the events leading up to the revolution, but there's references here and there about the conflicts in the north. One mission has you smuggle supplies to the patriots, which is very much Truth in Television. Another has Aveline travel north and join Connor in a mission to take down a Loyalist encampment.
The eagle symbolism returns; you'll notice Aveline's hat has a beak-shaped tip, and you can easily purchase the more traditional peaked hood from a tailor. Her name itself is probably also meant to refer to the Latin avis, which stands for "bird", though the name is actually derived from an Italian city, Avella, and means "hazelnut". However, in a sort of demi-deconstructed-Franglish, it could be taken for "little bird".
And Now for Someone Completely Different: This is the first game to feature an ancestor of someone other than Desmond Miles, though not the first point in the canon. Black Flag reveals the in-universe game was made from the genetic memories of Subject One.
After Sequence 8 has been completed, you can replay the sequence as Connor. And Your Reward Is Clothes: If there's a reward for collecting something, it's this. The hats you get don't look all that different than the standard one but provide some nifty, if not exactly spectacular, bonuses. It's the outfits you receive for the persona specific collectibles that really stand out design-wise.
The Assassin's outfit is a houngan-inspired, asymmetrical costume with skull face paint. The Lady's is an entirely different dress skin, rather than a recolor, and with loads more lace, layers, and a new Nice Hat.
The Slave persona's, on the other hand, is basically just the default with a skirt and some hoop earrings. In the final mission, the axe wielding mooks can actually kill Madeleine if they are swinging their axe in her vicinity.
An Axe to Grind: Aveline has access to a number of axes. Bears Are Bad News: One of the Lady persona missions ends with Aveline being trapped in a confined space with an angry bear.
Only a series of QTE commands can save her. Muskets, all with fixed bayonets, can be picked up in and around New Orleans, or obtained from your friendly neighbourhood guard.
Much of the game revolves around uncovering his identity. By the end of the game, Aveline has eradicated the most powerful members of the Templar Order, but in doing so, lost her father, killed her stepmother, who turned out to have been the head Templar all along, and saw her mentor commit suicide. And while her biological mother is alive and well, she chose to stay in Mexico, meaning Aveline probably didn't see her all that often.Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag - Ending
Blade Below the Shoulder: Aveline's hidden blade is available as a detachable version. Breaking the Fourth Wall: Simply put, this is a video game portrayed as a video game in its own universe.
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There are even some fake credits after the fake ending. Warren Vidic is listed as a consultant! Perhaps best of all, though, is Erudito hacking into your system and sending it to the boot menu so the truth can be added to your game, looking for all the world like that's exactly what's happening to your system.
Aveline can use enemies as shields against massed musket fire, then kill off the remaining soldiers before they can reload.
It also features in one dual execution move, where Aveline knocks down one soldier, then grabs the other to block the knocked down soldier's musket shot. There's even an achievement for doing this ten times. But Not Too Black: Deliberately invoked, and Aveline can use this to her advantage because she can put on a dress to look like a member of the aristocracy, or put on rags to pretend to be a slave.
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During a party, some gossipers do comment on her complexion but don't openly insult her for it. Carlos Dominguez, after he encounters Aveline. Calling the Old Man Out: She calls him out on his failure to properly protect New Orleans from the Templars; suffice to say, stuff goes wrong very quickly after that. Aveline's locket is the final piece that unlocks the Prophecy Disk's secrets. This probably came out of left field for a lot of players, as only Jeanne's diary pages - of which there are more than 20 to collect - allude to its significance.
The True Final Bosshowever, is revealed only after a fake ending, after which you finally confront Madeleine. Due to de Ferrer's rather unsubtle way of entering the First Civilization ruins hint: The entire structure caves in on itself as she makes her escape through the tunnels.
Aveline decides to spare Antonio de Ulloa after he gives her valuable information that she needs to dismantle the slave trafficking information going on around New Orleans. She is quick to rebuff him however when he thanks her for her mercy. I will turn my back now, and walk away. If you would like to keep your life, you will remove yourself from this continent, never to be seen again.
Thank you for your mercy. This is not mercy.
Aveline de Grandpré
I merely leave you to contend with the arsenal of your own employers. A life of hiding awaits you. Go, and wallow in your false freedom. In the present day, the player is contacted by John, Abstergo Entertainment's information technology manager. John convinces the player that their employers know more than they are telling, and encourages them to investigate in more detail. He convinces the player to hack several Animus terminals and security cameras, and then has them deliver the information taken to Shaun Hastings and Rebecca Crane, who are working undercover to infiltrate Abstergo.
When the facility is locked down after the hackings are discovered, John arranges for the player to access the Animus' core, at which point Juno materializes into an incorporeal form. She reveals that although it was necessary to open her temple to avert disaster, the world was not ready for her, and she is unable to affect it or possess the player character as her agents intended.
John is unmasked as the reincarnated form of the Sage and attempts to murder the player to cover up the failed attempt at resurrecting Juno, but is killed by Abstergo's security before he can do so, thus implicating him as the one responsible for the hacks.
As Roberts, the Sage admits to Kenway that he owes no allegiance to the Assassins or the Templars and instead uses whoever he thinks represents his best chance of achieving his ends. With the Sage dead, the player is contacted by the Assassins as they continue their infiltration of Abstergo, but neither side is able to explain the Sage's presence or identify his followers, the Instruments of the First Will.
The local governor, Pierre de Fayet, plans a clandestine scientific expedition to measure the curvature of the earth and gather geographical data, which they intend to sell to the highest bidder with the promise of naval superiority. Bastienne objects, as de Fayet will only punish those trapped in slavery further as punishment. Development[ edit ] In early Februaryduring its quarterly financial call to investors, Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot confirmed that the next Assassin's Creed game, due for release some time before Aprilwould feature a new hero, time period, and development team.