Assassin's Creed: Animüs
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|Date Released||September 26, 2016|
Assassin's Creed: Animüs is a sketch about Kyle using the Animüs to see what his ancestors did back in the day.
Description: "Not everybody's ancestors can be career assassins."
|Jefferey Neely||Guy from the past|
The sketch begins with Kyle standing in the Animüs asking what's taking so long. Ian responds that it's downloading DirectX again and to give it a minute. Kyle is then transported next to a man eating a potato. Kyle asks the man if they have any historically relevant assassinations planned. Kyle then tells Ian to get him out and asks who he was. Ian tells him that was reliving the life of Kyle's "great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-grandfather." Kyle tells him that's impossible because he was the most boring human he'd ever quantum leaped. Ian tells him he's mixing references and that they're doing an Assassin's Creed thing and hands Kyle an IKEA manual. Kyle tells Ian to pick anyone else who's remotely interesting. Ian tells him there's not a lot to choose from.
Kyle tells Ian that he has to have at least one ancestor that had an exciting life. Ian tells Kyle that all he can find is potatoes and mud. Kyle tells Ian that it's unfair and call his ancestors stupid for not murdering anyone for his entertainment. Ian asks Kyle what he's doing and to imagine what his descendants are going to find when they relive his life. Ian is then seen standing in the yard wearing a costume while Kyle, wearing an assassin's outfit from Assassin's Creed, goes over his plan of attack. Kyle then jumps over a chair and falls over. Kyle's descendant then wakes up from the Animüs and says that his family is weird.
The sketch ends.
- The Animüs is a machine from Assassin's Creed that allows the user to relive their ancestors' lives.
- Running Gags: IKEA