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I like the bow, with a musket, you will give yourself away with the sound of the shot. Also, I am glad I am glad to see the hidden blade, Dual pistols will be awsome!!!!!!!!!!
Im going to miss the double hidden blades
*Sabers* for rapiers.
Bow and Arrow? You push the story 400 years forward to the brink of the 19th century and we're still using bows and arrows?Research and Creativity are sorely lacking. It's as if they had the weapons in mind before they decided anything else. THEY LOOK COOL, AND DEFINITELY ARE; but by 1790, they're OBSOLETE.Why not have him leap ahead with a more advanced RIFLED muskets, which had a range of more than 500 (!) yards.Strange checklist of inventory:Mr. H: Okay, here's your Tomahawk.Mr. N: Why do I need a tomahawk-Mr. H: -Because of close quarter combat! and it looked good in MEL GIBSON'S "THE PATRIOT" and THE ENDING TO "LAST OF THE MOHICANS", you know when that song Promontory is playing and the old man kills the bad guy at the cliff?Mr. N: Why not a rapier, since the steel at this age was much more flexible and harder than any before it and the cavalry equipped them because of the length -H: - Because we're being creative! Here's your hidden blade.N: So people are carrying Muskets and Pistols, and I'm still going to assassinate in broad daylight! You know, THERE'S A REASON WHY THE INDIANS DIDN'T INVADE WASHINGTON DC.H: Speaking of which, here's your dueling pistols.N: Awesome... where's my muskets?N: No, range isn't that important; here's a bow and arrow -- SYLVESTER STALLONE really nailed it in RAMBO II and we might even attach that bomb making craft in REVELATIONS to work with exploding... where are you going?
Was starting to wonder what had happened to the hidden blade, good to see this new assassin hasn't abandoned it yet.
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