Assassin’s Creed 3 Walkthrough

28 October 2012
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Assassin's Creed 3 Walkthrough

Sequence 7: The Whites of Their Eyes

“Sequence 07: The Whites of Their Eyes” — 1775… Connor has assassinated William Johnson and ended a plan to buy his people’s land. But a new danger has appeared – John Pitcairn and the British soldiers he leads.

Mission 1: The Midnight Ride

Connor takes on a couple naval missions. We investigate Martha’s Vineyard.

Mission 1 “The Midnight Ride” Objective: Connor must ride with Paul Revere across the Frontier to rouse the militias and send them to Lexington and Concord.
Full Synchronization:
• Do not trigger open conflict.
• Reach Prescott’s location within the given time – 2:00
• Completed all the constraints in one playthrough.

Mission 2: Lexington and Concord

Mission 2 “Lexington and Concord” Objective: Stop the Redcoats from destroying the weapons at Barrett’s farm.
Full Synchronization:
• Kill groups of regulars with a single order – 7/7
• Rescue civilian hostages – 1/1
• Completed all the constraints in one playthrough.

Mission 3: Conflict Looms

Mission 3 “Conflict Looms” Objective: Join the Continental Army at Bunker Hill.
Full Synchronization:
• Cross Charlestown without taking damage.
• Air assassinate a Grenadier.
• Remain undetected while on ships.
• Completed all the constraints in one playthrough.

Mission 4: Battle of Bunker Hill

Mission 4 “Battle of Bunker Hill” Objective: Assassinate John Pitcairn.
Full Synchronization:
• Air assassinate Pitcairn without being detected.
• Cross the battlefield without taking damage.
• Limit regular kills – 1/4
• Completed all the constraints in one playthrough.

Assassin’s Creed 3 Walkthrough continues on Page 8 with Sequence 8.

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