In Which Abbie Reflects of Ichabod and PolitenessThe more Abbie pays attention to the way Ichabod talk and behave, the more he reminds her of Haytham Kenway from the game. It makes her wonder if it’s a trait inherited in most men from that time, or if it’s just Ichabod.In Which Abbie Reflects of Ichabod and Politeness by MidnightMinx90
Ichabod’s charismatic, polite even when he raises his voice, calm and collected almost always, and that’s saying something, considering the man had slept for two hundred and fifty years.
The way Ichabod acts when Abbie picks open the lock of what turns out to be the former Sheriff’s cottage makes her heart skip a beat, for it is so alike Haytham’s reaction when Charles kick open a door early on in the game.
Finding out Haytham was a Templar was a surprise, especially because it meant he was the “bad guy”.
More so, it does make for even more interesting conversations between Abbie and Ichabod. If demons and Horsemen and witches exists, why not the assassin order, why not artefacts of Eden and Those Who C
Tea Party, Tunnels and TreesFor Ichabod, the Boston Tea Party was both a positive and negative happening. Positive for what had been achieved and for what it had symbolised, and still did.Tea Party, Tunnels and Trees by MidnightMinx90
But it was also a happening that triggered a memory from that night; of the German Redcoat and the words he had uttered, causing the explosion which caused the death of several men in his company as well as one of his superiors.
He didn’t particularly care that the game (and written history) implied that it was the men he had asked to arrange the Destruction of the Tea that had been given the honours of coming up with the plan themselves, for it had served as an excellent decoy at the time, though the plan had not gone as they had hoped.
When Abbie and her sister learnt that it was Ichabod who stood behind the Tea Party, the look upon their faces had been quite comical, and something Ichabod would laugh about later, but for the moment, he finishes telling them the happenings.
Ichabod had been the only su
In Which Ichabod Gets a GameThe controller drops to the floor, making Abbie Mills jump. She’s been comfortably slouched in the unoccupied bed in Ichabod’s room for a long time now, lost in books on old myths which may or may not be related to whatever it is that she’s been dragged into.In Which Ichabod Gets a Game by MidnightMinx90
She casts a glance over at Ichabod, who’s sitting at the edge of his own bed, and she’s puzzled by the expression upon his face.
He must have sensed her gaze, because he looks back at her, still with that strange look.
For a moment she tries to remember what had caused her to jump and what might have caused it, but then she remembers.
Since Ichabod still had to be held in the motel room, she’d bought him a gaming machine, a Playbox or Xstation or something; she doesn’t care to remember the name. When looking for games to suit him, she had happened upon a game called Assassin’s Creed III, which was taking place before, during and after the Revolution. It had seemed f