Who’s the best assassin in Assassin’s Creed?

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It’s been a good couple of years since Assassin’s Creed debuted. And since then, the series has been through more assassins than a murder attempt on the life of Chuck Norris. A great hero makes a game, makes you want to carry on and see the story through. Which rules out Connor from Assassin’s Creed 3 already.

But really, who’s the best assassin? Who wore the wrist-blade best? There’s only one way to find out: With extreme amounts of violence and parkour.

Despite the outcome of that video, I still believe that Ezio Auditore De Firenze is the best assassin. Naturally. Who’s your favourite? And can they handle all that blood?

Last Updated: November 11, 2015

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  • Splooshypooh

    Holy shit i cant believe they let all that violence on Youtube!

  • Jonah Cash

    Altaïr Ibn-La’Ahad is by far the best assassin. Also the most underrated apparently. Everyone seem to love the self obsessed idiot of an Ezio Eau de Toilet more!

    • Michael Matusowsky

      Because Ezio was at least human and relatable. Altair was not.

      In terms of assassin skill and devotion to the Creed, Altair is by far ahead of the pack.

    • Muhammad Ahmed Nana

      I’m with you on this. Altair was so badass. Only wish I could play with him when he had the dual hidden blades.

  • Michael Matusowsky

    What did I just watch

  • WitWolfy

    Ezio had charm… Both the Frye twins arent bad either.. But nobody holds a candle to Ezio.

  • Grand Admiral Chief SpaceNinja

    Ezio ftw

  • Guava_Eater

    Ezio

  • oVg

    EVIE

    • WitWolfy

      Is it just me that wanted The Order to be like Syndicate but in a steam punk setting?

      • oVg

        They could have done so so much with The Order 1886.
        Steam Punk with an alternate universe was a great idea, but alas, they cut and ran.

        Syndicate filled the void. As a game, a History lesson and a well executed piece of art.

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