Assassin’s Creed Syndicate was the game AC fans were waiting on. The game has a great storyline, fun characters, and is a visual treat for the eyes. The story introduces many characters from history as well as its own unique character creations. The dynamic duo of the game highlights the strengths and weaknesses of both Frye twins. However, I found one of the twins more crushworthy than the other.
Who is She?
Evie Frye is one of the main protagonists of Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed Syndicate. She is the elder twin of her brother Jacob and is also a skilled Assassin. Evie is the more level-headed twin and has a talent for stealth. She is hungry for knowledge and wants to make sure the Pieces of Eden are with the Brotherhood. Evie may give her brother some well-deserved digs, but she always has his back.
In a history of male leads, Evie is the third leading female Assassin in the series.
Why So Crushworthy?
Want an intelligent, savvy, master female assassin who doesn’t take any nonsense from males? What’s not to like about Evie? Evie is my dream female in video games. Evie is the yin twin of the series. She uses her wits and knowledge to take down her enemies. She is focused on the higher goals of the order, whereas her brother just wants to bash some skulls. In some ways, Evie is the heart of the Brotherhood. She truly cares about wanting to see London free from the Templars. She is like Ezio and Edward Kenway mixed together. Her wit is as sharp as her cane sword. I enjoy watching her tease her brother and match her brains against any male.
Evie’s best qualities are not her looks, but she is a beautiful character. Those freckles and blue eyes make her a stunner. I like her naturally lovely appearance rather than the extreme buxom video game women you see around. Evie is a gift to girl gamers around the world. Her brilliance is applied to everything she does and her studious nature sets her apart from other characters. Her purpose is not be rescued or be eye candy. She isn’t a damsel in distress. She is the damsel causing the distress.