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Assassin's Creed 3 Lee's Last Stand

Updated on January 3, 2015

Assassin's Creed 3 Lee's Last Stand

Assassin's Creed 3 Lee makes his last stand as Connor chases him down.
Assassin's Creed 3 Lee makes his last stand as Connor chases him down.

Assassin's Creed 3 Lee's Last Stand

In Assassin's Creed 3, the hero Connor must finish off Charles Lee in order to complete his quest for vengeance. However, Charles Lee is no cannon fodder and he has a valuable ally and templar grandmaster Haytham by his side. Connor must outwit them both and force Charles Lee to make his last stand. This will take Connor through the final days of the civil war in colonial America where he will be betrayed by just about everyone. The focus and guide here (from sequence 10 to 12) will be on Connor's attempts to run past the patriots to warn his village people, and how to move undetected to light the signal fire and finally chase Lee down and assassinate Lee. As a bonus, there will be a walkthrough on how to guide Desmond to plug in the power cores in the ancient temple to finish off the Assassin's Creed 3 story.

Assassin's Creed 3 Sequence 10

In Assassin's Creed 3 sequence 10, seeds of mistrust are planted between Connor and Washington by Haytham. Connor discovers that Washington has ordered soldiers to claim the lands inhabited by his village people. Connor must race against time to stop the messenger patriots attempting to pass the message to attack the village. Connor must mount a horse and chase past the first patriot. The first patriot is kneeling and tending to his horse. He is easy to put down. The second set of patriots are harder to defeat, as there are three of them. However, if Connor arms himself with a firearms and takes them down as soon as he sees them, then the squad will be down to 2. Immediately ride in circles around the remaining patriots and reload and take down one patriot when the pistol is ready for firing. And then repeat the above sequence to defeat the remaining patriot.

After the patriots are defeated, there is only one patriot left. Ride with the fastest speed possible and take him down before he reaches the restricted area. Now head past (and avoid) the restricted area into the village and warn the villagers of the patriots' impending attack. However, Connor is informed that his village people are taking the fight to the patriots, under the misguidance of Charles Lee. Connor must head out and take down his people by non-lethal means before they reach the patriot camp.

Finally trust is broken between Connor and Washington. But at least, Lee has been discredited.

Assassin's Creed 3 Light the Signal Fire

With Lee discredited, Connor must now infiltrate the templar stronghold and assassinate him. These series of events signify Lee's last stand. First Connor must command his ship and defeat a series of vessels to gain the trust of the admiral. Next, he will infiltrate the templar stronghold via the underground passage whilst the ships bombard the outside of the stronghold. Once Connor has transversed the underground passage, he must come out of the well and light the signal, preferably undetected.

Once he lights the signal fire, the ships will start bombarding. Unfortunately, Connor is injured during the bombardment. But he continues to tail Lee. In the end, Lee gets away and Connor ends up with Haytham blocking him. Connor must bring Haythm near to three objects and then counter tackle Haytham to defeat him.

Assassin's Creed 3 Chase Lee

Connor finally finds Lee preaching to a crowd about the templars and Haytham. He will finish off Lee's mercenaries (use tactics described to defeat the mercenaries). Then Connor must chase Lee and then put him down once and for all.

With the end of Lee, Desmond learns of the location of the key. Go fetch the key and then plug in the power cores at the ancient temple to finish off the assassin's creed 3 game.

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