New assassin's name

#1 Posted by Atticus45 (5 posts) -

I just want to clarify the new Assassin's name i heard it as Connor but other saw it as Conner. I just want to know which one is the official one.

Me personally Conner is better because its not as common as Connor and would be a bit different.

#2 Posted by CL60 (16906 posts) -

Does this really need to be a topic?

#3 Posted by NickL (2247 posts) -

@CL60 said:

Does this really need to be a topic?

Apparently.

#4 Edited by benspyda (2051 posts) -

I thought it was Ratohnhaké:ton?

Edit: Also on a serious note, I think both names have something to do with wolves. So its essentially gonna be a reimagining of Dances with Wolves.

#5 Posted by SirPsychoSexy (1331 posts) -

It's actually Sitting Bull

#6 Posted by PeasantAbuse (5138 posts) -

Red Wind

#7 Posted by mandude (2666 posts) -
@benspyda said:

I thought it was Ratohnhaké:ton?

Edit: Also on a serious note, I think both names have something to do with wolves. So its essentially gonna be a reimagining of Dances with Wolves.

I know that Connor means lover of hounds, but can't find anything on the Mohican name. Maybe they figured it just sounded cool...
#8 Posted by Gerhabio (1977 posts) -

Didn't Altair and Ezio mean Eagle in their respective languages or something like that? This should be the same.

#9 Posted by MarkWahlberg (4610 posts) -

@SirPsychoSexy said:

It's actually Sitting Wind

@PeasantAbuse said:

Red Bull

Fixed.

#10 Posted by MariachiMacabre (7100 posts) -

It's Pocahontas. Connor Pocahontas.

#11 Edited by h83r (470 posts) -

@benspyda said:

I thought it was Ratohnhaké:ton?

Edit: Also on a serious note, I think both names have something to do with wolves. So its essentially gonna be a reimagining of Dances with Wolves.

Hmm. I would've expected them to keep with the theme of the past characters and have a Native American name that had something to do with eagles/birds. I really appreciated that about both Altair and Ezio. But, oh well. Maybe they couldn't find a cool-sounding name that meant wolves.

@Gerhabio said:

Didn't Altair and Ezio mean Eagle in their respective languages or something like that? This should be the same.

Agreed. Altair is the name of the brightest star of the constellation "Aquila" which is Latin for Eagle. And I believe Ezio also means Eagle and comes from ancient Greek translated into Italian or something of the sort.

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