Welcome to the Program
The AC Partnership Program is a community initiative created by The Ones Who Came Before which aims to promote and share content. The program is a great way for content creators to gain recognition for their work within the community, and expand to a wider audience.
The program will host a whole range of projects, and feature content created by talented members of the community.
The program also aims to create more opportunities for our community members, such as interviews, giveaways and more. Right now the program is small, but we're hoping to encourage more content creators to join, and help make it a success.
Eventually, we would like to host a huge range of community run projects on our social media channels, and one day make our Youtube channel the home of community content. One day, you will be able to find art demos, cosplay guides, podcasts, video logs and walkthrough videos on our channel.
To make this happen, we will be carefully monitoring our social media channels, and contacting potential partners. The future is bright, and we would love to get more people involved!
Our partners will be encouraged to create regular content for the Assassin's Creed community, with the help of our admins.
You can find more projects by our partners in the Community Section of the Database
Lisa is a talented portrait artist specialising in graphite work.
Back in May, she turned her attentions to the world of Assassin's Creed art, and began creating lifelike portraits of key characters.
By joining the program, Lisa's work will be viewed by a larger number of community members, allowing her to build a captive audience.
The partnership also means that we will be working closely with Lisa for upcoming art giveaways and competitions for the community.
You can follow Lisa and her projects on Twitter
Caleb is an actor and aspiring cosplayer who is best known for his Scottish Assassin project.
His iconic character known as Ren Faulkner was instantly a fan favourite, but Caleb has also created other characters, all with a name and backstory
By joining the program, Caleb will be able to expand his projects, and focus on crafting unique and interesting backstories.
You can follow Caleb and his projects on Instagram
The Bleeding Effect Podcast is an Assassin's Creed lore series which examines key moments of the franchise and explores pivotal elements of the story, run by brother and sister duo Jarrett and Tiffany
By joining the program, The Bleeding Effect will gain more regular listeners, as we will now be releasing all episodes of the on our Youtube channel.
Jarrett and Tiffany
Gustav is an active community member, and the host of The Memory Corridor Podcast. By joining the program, episodes will now be available on our Youtube channel.
The partnership has also helped to revive the series, which had
been offline for nearly a year. We will be working closely with Gustav to cover Assassin's Creed news, theories and relevant topics on the show.
Kat is an Assassin's Creed photographer and artist who recently opened an online shop.
By using an Ezio Auditore figure by McFarlane Toys, Kat has created iconic images that can now be purchased as posters or postcards.
By joining the program, we are looking to help the store grow, and release a range of creative products for the community.
Lauren is a online article writer who loves the Assassin's Creed franchise.
Although she has not yet published her AC articles online, you will soon be able to find her work in the Community Hub
By joining the program, Lauren's work will be viewed by a larger audience, and she will be able to release regular articles for the community. She is especially interested in Assassin's Creed lore.
Mieke is a huge fan of the Assassin's Creed franchise, and is looking forward to creating regular content for the AC community as an online article writer.
She has previously written articles for Cultured Vultures and currently runs an online gaming blog. By joining the program, Mieke will be able to write articles on a wide variety of topics for the community. Her work will soon be available in the Community Hub
Thea is a full time student studying archaeology at the University of Bergen in Norway. She is a huge fan of the franchise and enjoys writing both fictional and academic texts.
She is currently working on an assignment on the Assassin's Creed series, and how the different games present consequence ethics and what they can teach us.
She is very much looking forward to writing regular articles for the AC community, and her work will soon be available in the Community Hub
Thea Marie Rivedal