Anger and assassins
"Right now it's the fact that this box isn't nearly big enough to include a full list."
Well, that was interesting and it's definitely looking to be more useful than I had anticipated. Although I noticed the course list did forecast breathing exercises at some point over the six week period, which is going to irk me to no end. There also seems to be only two other people taking part in this course which is both surprisingly small and encouraging because that means there's more snacks to go around.
Oh by the way, having just read the tie-in novel, Assassin's Creed: Forsaken by Oliver Bowden, I'm left wondering just one thing... Isn't Haytham just so much of a better character than Connor? I would so much rather have played his story the whole way through than that fool's, because unlike Connor, Haytham has meaningful aspirations and genuinely interesting inner conflict. His origin story is a gazillion times more enveloping and it actually stresses the fact that Templars and Assassins could possibly form an alliance. In fact, he seems to be the only one with a level head. At least he didn't run around constantly making things worse, which is more than can be said for Assassin's Creed III's clumsy protagonist.