of DLC. Adéwalé doesn't see the ultimate results of his labors, however, and there are several very disturbing scenes found in the story. Finally, he's able to use firecrackers to distract guards en masse. Freedom Cry isn't something I'd describe as fun, but it's one that's worth experiencing and discussing.
Freedom Cry stars Adéwalé, Edward Kenway's former quartermaster, who has at the time of this adventure been an Assassin for fifteen years. His gun is a blunderbuss, which only works at close range but can take out multiple targets. The need for extreme stealth in nearly all his missions means it doesn't get used much, however.
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Assassin ' s, creed 4: Black Flag, freedom
In fact, most of Adewale's progression hinges on the number of slaves he's freed and the number of Maroons he's recruited. When shipwrecked in Port-au-Prince while intercepting a Templar package, Adéwalé becomes involved in the growing slave revolt. It's all too real for the kind of gleeful amorality that accompanied Edward's exploits. This is the thing I find most problematic about Freedom Cry. Some of the mission setups ranged from frustrating to downright unfair (especially one particular tailing mission forcing me to cheese the game in order to complete them. Assassin's Creed IV game. The game's scenes touch on some heavy topics such as Adé's survivor's guilt and the fact that freedom for some slaves meant even worse treatment for those who remained in captivity. The story of, freedom Cry takes place during the lead-up to a widespread slave revolt that eventually became a revolution, culminating in the abolition of slavery in the colony and the foundation of the Republic of Haiti. It covers a period of history that far too few Americans are familiar with, and I think it's an important piece to play through in a thoughtful manner. The game's missions are interspersed with requirements to free a certain number of slaves or liberate slave plantations before going to the next mission. Stealth is very important throughout the DLC, as an overly aggressive approach (or being spotted at all when liberating plantations) results in overseers killing slaves in panic over the threat of a revolt.