I was thinking that these sort of fan pictures could be happening in heaven while the Hitler Rants Parodies happen in hell.
Of course the reason why I faved this picture is actually a long story. It's also used as a background image for Metropolis by Jesper Kyd found in Desmond's Journey Part 4. www.youtube.com/watch?v=Irse7m…
To make the long story short, I have a huge fan fic parody inspired by Assassin's Creed except the following is replaced as follows:
Desmond Miles replaced by my original monguin characters. This is what they look like: monguin.deviantart.com/art/Sub…
Lucy Stillman replaced by Sharon "Boomer" Valerii from Battlestar Galactica
Warren Vidic replaced by Gordon Freeman from Half Life
Likewise, Abstergo replaced by Aperture Sciences
The word, "History" in "History's our playground" deliberately replaced by the term, "popular culture" as popular culture is my playground. It's a mad mad mad world with all sorts of crossover references like this one for example.
Ezio and Altair replaced by Diddy Kong of Nintendo and Tux the Linux Mascot as best buds and the monguin's ancestors.
The tyrannical Templar Order replaced by either the Halo Spartans or the "evil" Rareware characters that prefer to serve them over Nintendo. Preferably these guys: www.deviantart.com/art/Rarewar…
or more specifically these guys: www.deviantart.com/art/Rare-Re…
That being said, the war between Assassins and Templars replaced with the Rareware Civil War, a small fraction of a much larger Console Wars which also includes those "Get a Mac" commercial references.
In this case, the war between Walt Disney and Warner Brothers goes ever on and on and spans throughout every single art medium and even genre, which may even include computer themed science fiction for Warner Brothers was inspired by Tron to make The Matrix!
The best part about making fun of Assassin's Creed with high functioning autism is to make fun of Those That Came Before, especially with what I had created myself, the Lunar Republic, a sort of interuniversal alien empire who has a war of its own.