.A.C. Templar Profile: Dorothy Lillian AtkinsonOne of my Assassin's Creed wiki canon abiding fanon articles: http://acwfanon.wikia.com/wiki/Dorothy_Lillian_Atkinson.A.C. Templar Profile: Dorothy Lillian Atkinson by Chroniton8990
Dorothy Lillian Atkinson, (1920-2011) was a member of the Templar Order and senior research analyst employed by Abstergo Industries through the British Foreign Office between ?-1953. Given the directly relevant nature of her during and post World War II work to it she had a partial awareness of the Orders's plans for the New World.
"Confirmed H has lost his ball", Dorothy Atkinson summarising her Hitler death and PE4 loss confirmation report, early May 1945.
Born on 13th April 1920 to parents Albert Crowther Atkinson and Hannah Atkinson, not much is known about her early life, (and subsequently the circumstances of her recruitment into the Templar Order) due to a combination of: All period family and acquaintances being deceased, her own personal aversion to keeping a diary, and deliberately undetailed or destroyed
.A.C. Cologne artifact timelineOne of my Assassin's Creed wiki canon abiding fanon articles: http://acwfanon.wikia.com/wiki/Cologne_artifact_timelinene.A.C. Cologne artifact timeline by Chroniton8990
A possible developed timeline of the World War II events described in the four Subject Zero audio files.
75,0000.B.C.E.= As part of the early stages of developing the second salvation solution members of the First Civilisation tried to create a more powerful version of a Shard as a principle enlargement proof of concept but while they were sucessful with the prototype being able to protect an area the equivalant of a medium multistorey building as a principles enlargement proof of concept but like the larger city and global shard sheild concepts they didn't have the time or resources for sufficient mass production so it was forgotten.
1940 The Nazis discover the boosted Shard in either Germany or it's occupied territory and was eventually sent to the Cologne Gestapo.H.Q., (ELDE Haus) for safe study and storage it protects the building from
.A.C. Item profile: Sleeve gun Mk.2One of my Assassin's Creed wiki canon abiding fanon articles: http://acwfanon.wikia.com/wiki/Sleeve_Gun_Mk.2.A.C. Item profile: Sleeve gun Mk.2 by Chroniton8990
Overall length= 8 3/4inches, (22.225cm).Diameter= 1 1/4inches, (3.17cm).Weight= 26 ounces.Caliber= 0.32inch.A.C.P..Inbuilt silencer= Leather and rubber wipes.They were purposely manufactured with no distinguishing identification marks or symbols beyond a simple build serial number so they couldn't be traced.
Developed from the Welrod gun Mk.2 in mid to late December 1943 by Major Hugh Quentein Reeves at Station IX, (a secret .S.O.E. .S.0.3. commando equipment factory) for use by the .S.O.E. .O.S.2, .O.S.S., and resistance movements across Nazi occupied western continental Europe and immediately manufactured secretly in unknown quantities by Birmingham Small Arms Guns.Ltd it was listed as Product No.N254 in the .S.O.E. Descriptive Catalogue of Special Devices and Supplies.
It along with the original Welrod gun Mk.2 was quick
Target of His Heart (AC I) [Chapter II]Target of His Heart (AC I) [Chapter II] by VisionaryDame
"Are you looking forward to the wedding tomorrow, Milady?" The guard suddenly asked me out of the blue, making me flinch due to being distracted, as we continued to make our way to where Abel was located. The streets seemed to be filled with less people than in the morning, giving me the impression that things were starting to slow down as the day went by. "I am still surprised that it is tomorrow! Everyone is just as happy for this special occasion.” He chuckled a bit at his over-exuberance; I felt a small smile appear on my lips. Even though I was not sharing his opinion, it was good to see some genuine joy appear in a seemingly dark time. “Time seems to fly by fairly quickly these days, you know?"
My small smile immediately vanished after sometime as I looked at the ground and watched my feet move one in front of the other in a repeating matter, a pattern that I had grown to learn over the course of twenty-three years.
In a way, I almost fel