I really like his character; someone who really fights for his people. He looks a bit conflicted too sometimes after killing those templars who points out that they're not really that bad. His interactions with his recruits and Homestead people are very well thought-out, giving you different view outside his assassin-business.
Definitely want to see more of him if it's even possible considering what happened...
Zidane: "No cloud, no squall, shall hinder us!" Cloud & Squall: "Whatever."
I'm not saying he's my favorite, but give the guy a break . He went through a traumatic experience as a child, and those kind of events don't just get erased from your mind. .
So did Ezio and Altair, they both also had tramatic childhoods but you don't see them charging headfirst into every situation without a thought or care.
The templars even are nice enough to warn him that to defeat them, he needs to use his brain more but he ignores all advice and goes back to trying to save the world by sprinting straight at the problem with tomahawk in hand.
Conor annoyed me just for the simple fact her coulda killed haythem & lee long before he did. Yea it might have been a lot shorter of a game if he had but seriously what kind of assassin sits in the same room as & or walks with in inches of his main targets & doesn't slit their throats simple cuz some random person says not now? Haythem getting a pass due to being his father was at the least more realistic than the part with Lee in philly.
Beyond that he wasn't too bad just young, foolish & not fully trained. The not fully trained part is one of the few logical reasons I can think of for why they took away the counter attack option n only left us with throw's & disarm's. I'd guess since stealth wasn't nearly as big of a factor in this game making combat a tad more difficult might have been a attempt to counter balance.