“Life’s hardest choices are the ones that force to question your own moral code, my

choice has lend me here standing against those I once called brothers, history may
grand me rebel, traitor, or renegade. But in the end it doesn’t matter how history
remember me by what matters is that I followed my own creed.”
Shay Patrick Cormac. 1757

“Ever since I was young, I was foolish enough to believe that our creed could bring
an end to all these conflicts. If only possessed the humility to say to myself, I have
seen enough for one life, I’ve done my part, then again, there is no greater glory
than fighting for the truth.”
Altair Ibn-La’Ahad. 1257

“I have lived my life as best as I could, not knowing its purpose, but drawn forward
like a moth to a distant moon; and here at last, I discover a strange truth. That I am
only a conduct, for a message that eludes my understanding”
Ezio Auditore Da Firenze. 1512

“I realize now that it will take time, that the road that lies ahead is long and
shrouded in darkness. Its is a road that may not always ta