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Additional Early Deaths in Sequence 2

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http://youtu.be/OzVmrAIpxD4
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Charles Lee and Thomas Hickey Double Deaths
In the memory Johnson's Errand, you accompany Charles Lee and Thomas Hickey in returning an item for William Johnson. After the cutscene your allies distract a group of posted guards (pretending to be drunk?). There's a place just outside of a memory wall where you can drown them. They reappear for a scene after you kill the guards in the area. After that you can drown them again. They will, of course, reappear for that scene as well, but after that the game records their health. Another thing to note: After the scene where Haytham lets the leader of the enemy group go you can kill him, although the game counts it as killing a civilian.

Edward Braddock, John Pitcairn and Charles Lee deaths
Here's an opportunity to kill Edward Braddock in The Soldier memory. When you are tailing him you can assassinate him just as the scene is starting. Wait on a nearby roof. Then at the right time air assassinate. The timing has to be pretty precise. Any earlier and you desynch; any later and the air assassination fails (as indicated by the lack of sound effects from the kill). In case anyone doubts this as a kill, the assassination stats have it recorded.

Now for John Pitcairn and Charles Lee (it may also be possible to air assassinate Pitcairn before the scene when tailing Braddock, but I was just aiming to kill Braddock for that). After the fight, Pitcairn and Lee just stand there, waiting for the next scene which starts when you get close enough to Braddock. So just move them to the closest place to drown them.

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I use Windows Moviemaker 2.6. Sorry for the one part when it froze, I didn't see that until after uploading the video (didn't bother double checking because I spent so much time converting and editing the video Tired ). If you're wondering, I recorded at 16:9 aspect ratio, but when converting used 4:3 because otherwise it would turn out like that one other video.

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Looks like you enjoy playing with playback speed... whereas the software (WLMM?) does not. Nice as usual, Aurel.