Screenshot Safari: Selfie #NBI2015Safari

I am once again behind on the latest news and only found out recently that Murf Versus posted a Screenshot Safari challenge for NBI 2015. The idea is to post one screenshot for a theme a week for a little contest. I already missed last week but I’m determined not to miss the rest. So without further ado, here is my screenshot for the Selfie theme.


Featured is Aveline de Grandpré in Assassin’s Creed: Liberation HD, just after she saved a slave named Thérèse who had been kidnapped. I’ve been playing AC: Liberation on and off for the past few weeks and Aveline is quickly becoming one of my favorite characters. I like this screenshot in particular because it shows of her kindness and her fighting spirit to right any wrongs she comes across, and she’s dressed simply in her slave outfit. There are also so few non-white female protagonists in games (and not that many women in general really) that I feel she deserves some recognition. I haven’t finished the game yet but I’m very much looking forward to play her more in the future.


  1. I still need to finish the previous Assassin’s Creed games so I can play Liberation. I’m looking forward to that game so much, just because it seems to have an awesome main character.

    On another note, I’m pretty sure I read Murf saying that it’s okay to post multiple screenshot safari posts a week, as long as you keep to a maximum of 4 for the whole event. I might do that myself, as I missed out on the first week as well.

    1. This is the first Assassin’s Creed game I’ve ever played and it seems to assume that you’ve played the other games before. I’ve noticed a definite lack of background on the different factions and how someone becomes involved in the Brotherhood in the first place, so yeah, it’s probably a good idea to finish the previous games first.

      I saw Murf say something similar on Twitter so I’ll definitely get in my fourth screenshot post then. 🙂

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