Today is the day! Nathan thought to himself I am finally going to go out on my own.
He looks around, nothing of interest, just the same abandoned apartment he's been coming to everyday for the past seven years.
Seven years? Has it really been so long?
The only difference today, they literally rolled out the red carpet. It was a dingy thing, looks like it hasn't been used for a while, Wait, am I the only new recruit in Chicago? No, I've seen other trainees; am I the first to pass basic?
A swarm of troubling questions began to fill Nathan's head. With perfect timing, the den master broke Nathan's train of thought, "Nathan Salazar. You have passed your training, and your assigned mentor has given you nothing but praise and high marks. However, there is an unvoiced concern that I feel must be addressed.
Uh oh, did I screw up?
Your assigned mentor is also your adoptive father. We of the council worry that there may have been biased opinions, so we must ask; Do you feel that you are ready to undergo our life style, uphold the tenants of our creed, and if need be, die for our cause?
Even the air was silent, the world seemed to have stopped in anticipation for Nathan's answer, My mother before me was an Assassin, my father and mentor, Manuel, is an Assassin, and with your blessing, for I believe I am ready, I am an Assassin.
Hey, we're the ones who're supposed to look cool tonight, cut the showmanship.
Man, now I don't even feel like doing this, how can any of us top that!? Dude over here like, "I am an Assassin," I wasn't even that cool when I was initiated, and I'm den master. Damn, j-just give him the bag, The now upset den master points towards the door, Get the fuck outta here, find a target kill 'im, that's how we do.
Ummm... so... what now, sir?
BITCH, I SAID LEAVE!
With a hurry Nathan puts on his new back-pack and get's out as instructed, Who do I talk to about finding a Templar in Chicago?