Are you willing to take up the fight?

salsaton

 

You are invited to become part of The Empire Of Assassins: 

Only the best of the best became assassins. Members responsible for performing important assignments were extensively trained not only to be masters of combat, but also to be masters of the mind. Many of the assigned tasks required extremely meticulous planning and adaptability to avoid enemy security and get close to targets. The assassins also had to be both young and in their physical prime, in order to stealthily and quickly perform physical actions on their missions. 

Are you willing to take up the fight? 

 

salsaton

Yes it sounds a little contradictory @2020CandidatesGuy but if you don't receive an official invitation to join our club,  you can also apply to join in our home page; but your request will be reviewed and we can decline your admission if you don't meet the necessary requirements.

salsaton

Well now that you mention it, We are like Harvard. You have to prove yourself worthy in order to form part of our brotherhood. We are ranked #40 out of 32998 clubs.

About the signature jaja, instead of that you are more prone to being added to our target list before our founder sign any document for you.

salsaton

Well, it's funny you should ask, because I came up with this video in case you were curious.

m_connors

Cool threads . . .

salsaton

Not everything is violence, we do not to support  violence it just part of who we are, we prefer benevolence instead. One cannot be good all the time, but we try!

"We are one (brotherhood), As we share the glory of our victories, so too should we share the pain of our defeats, In this way we grow closer, We grow stronger...."

Malik Al-Sayf.

 

salsaton

                   We also have our beautiful Kassandra.

daFoxy

Ah, from AC Odyssey, right? I just need that game. 

salsaton

Uh? All of them have hours and hours of game playing.  Do you really have all of them @daFoxy ?

salsaton

That's right kiwi, the current location of our club is 431 BC, The city-states of Greece. Because of AC Odyssey. 

daFoxy
salsaton wrote:

Uh? All of them have hours and hours of game playing.  Do you really have all of them @daFoxy ?

Nope, I don’t have most of them (if only). I mostly watch it being played on YouTube. 

daFoxy

It just seems like Odyssey is one of the best, 

daFoxy

Kassandra isn’t actually an assassin, is she?

salsaton

You are right, as I understand it Kassandra existed before the Knights Templar and the assassins were founded, she was only a mercenary who for some reason knew Aspasia the leader of the cult of cosmos, which I think that's why you think she is Templar , but  Kassandra only agreed with some ideals of Aspasia and others not so much.  who you could consider a Templar is her brother, he was completely controlled by the cult of cosmos, and the cult of cosmos is not even defined to belongs to the Templars or the Assassins, to finish this, it could be said that Kassandra just worked for herself and her ideals. I read someone saying that Kassandra is Bayek's mother (the first Assassin). 

salsaton

The Cult of Kosmos precedes the Templar Order. Since there are not templar or Assassins yet, in the game they are more like the templar but not quite 

daFoxy

That’s true. I forgot how long ago Kassandra existed. 

salsaton

Ok ok, I went to read the relation between Bayek and Kassandra. Like I said I read someone saying that Bayek's mom was Kassandra, jeje close enough but not true, turns out that Kassandra had a relationship with Natakas (Darius's son) and had a newborn son Elpidios. Fearing that the Persian Ancients' leader would continue to hunt her, Kassandra told Darius to take Elpidios away from Greece. The two eventually settled in Egypt, where Elpidios' descendant Aya (Bayek's wife jeje and that make sense because  Bayek was a Medjay of Egypt) would lay the groundwork for the Brotherhood generations later. Kassandra is Aya's ancestor. Making Kassandra definitely an Assassin.., there you got Kiwy.

salsaton

salsaton

daFoxy

Lol, that could actually be true in some cases. Or at least Assassins Creed might inspire you to learn more history.