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Assassin's Creed 3 Sequence 7

Updated on January 10, 2014

Assassin's Creed 3 Sequence 7

Assassin's Creed 3 Sequence 7 ends with the defeat of John Pitcairn
Assassin's Creed 3 Sequence 7 ends with the defeat of John Pitcairn

Assassin's Creed 3 Sequence 7

In Assassin's Creed 3, the hero Connor must repeat history, but in a slightly different way, to try to secure the lands around Boston. First he must meet with Paul Revere and undertake the midnight ride. Next, Connor must head to Lexington and Concorde to try to prevent the Redcoats from advancing. Finally, Connor must assist the general in the battle of Bunker Hill and assassinate John Pitcairn. This will guide the hero on how to complete memory Sequence 7 by completing the above mini-stages.

Assassin's Creed 3 the Midnight Ride

The Midnight Ride mission requires Connor to lead Paul Revere on a horse and alert the militia within the lands around Boston. This mission is easy to accomplish and also a bit funny, as Connor will require Revere to point him in the right direction if he so strays from the path. If Connor sees some redcoats in the distance, veer from the path and use another way to get there.

The only difficult part of the mission comes in the form of Connor and Revere knocking on the right door, but attracting the wrong attention, as Redcoats jump out of the door to attack Paul and Connor. Do not worry about attacking the redcoats. Simply run away, mount the horse and ride away before time runs out.

Finally, knock on the final door, alert the militia and then proceed to the next mission.

Assassin's Creed 3 Lexington and Concorde

Assassin's Creed 3 sequence 7 then proceeds to Lexington and Concorde where Connor must first run from Lexington to the final destination to hand over a message to the general. Here he is then instructed to command some men to fire the redcoats. The way to finish this mission and protect the men is to quickly move from one part of the field (or river) to the other and then command them to fire and then head to the next point where there are more men gathering. With this technique and a bit of luck, Connor will be able to protect the men.

Assassin's Creed 3 Battle of Bunker Hill

Finally, at the Battle of Bunker Hill, the hero Connor will prove to the general that he is extraordinary. First dodge and run around the battlegrounds to avoid the cannon attacks and then attack the guards in order to gain access to the ship and light up the black powder. Then climb the mast to put the flag at the top of the ship.

Next, Connor must head for a showdown with John Pitcairn. First run from cover to cover across the battlefield. The key here is to use cover and then run very fast to the next cover. Use the right side of the battlefield and then proceed to the left and to the bottom of the hill.

Assassin's Creed 3 Assassinate John Pitcairn

Finally, from the base of the cliff, climb the cliff and reach the top. Then hide and move within the bushes to get close to Pitcairn and assassinate him. For Desmond to want to get through the memories synchronization as fast as possible and provide some fluidity to the storytelling, it may be worthwhile to skip the optional parts of the mission.

Next up, protecting George Washington.

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