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Assassin's Creed 3 the Boorish Man

Updated on December 27, 2014

Assassin's Creed 3 the Boorish Man

Assassin's Creed 3 defend the manor to convince the Boorish Man to train Connor
Assassin's Creed 3 defend the manor to convince the Boorish Man to train Connor

Assassin's Creed 3 the Boorish Man

In Assassin's Creed 3, the new hero Connor arises. However, first he must learn the art of assassination He leaves his village and sets forth for the Davenport Homestead. This will guide the hero on how to get to Davenport Homestead and approach the Boorish Manor for training in the art of being an assassin. It includes how to defend the manor, Davenport Homestead.

Assassin's Creed 3 Get to Davenport Homestead

From the Frontier region, Connor must travel to Davenport Homestead. To do this, ignore the distractions along the way. These distractions are really the hunting missions. The hero can come back and finish these missions later on. Now, follow the sign on the map and just keep running and climbing towards the sign. Do not falter. If there are cliffs and there appears no way through but down, the hero may need to turn left and look for a road to bring him to Davenport Homestead. Eventually, the hero will arrive at the manor.

Assassin's Creed 3 Defend the Manor

Connor knocks on the door of the manor. The boorish man answers the door, but refuses to speak to Connor, asking him to leave. Connor refuses and decides to pitch up camp at the stables. The next day, Connor approaches the man again from a different area of the manor. Connor tries to convince the boorish man to train him. Again he is refused audience. Sleep in the stables again.

Tonight is different. A group of men has decided to attack the manor. Connor interferes and his first fight outside the Frontier region begins.

This fight is surprisingly easy if the hero knows what to do - climb the roof of the manor and fire arrow after arrow at the men below. When the last bandit is left, hide and then creep up behind him to deliver an assassination blow.

However, the men do not stop there. More men arrive. Connor is outnumbered. At a timely moment, his future mentor, the Boorish Man appears, defeats the men and takes Connor into the manor.

The new assassin is born, and with it the new assassin brotherhood in Colonial America.

Assassin's Creed Rogue Flashback

Some may ignore the boorish man at this stage. Who is this uninteresting man, other than being the mentor-to-be of Connor. Of course, fans of the Assassin's Creed series will realize later that he is in fact Achilles, head of the Assassin Brotherhood before it was corrupted internally, and then decimated by the assassin templar Shay Patrick Cormac.

And this is the story of his crippled leg.

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