I'm sure you did. If it makes you feel any better, you could replay the final sequence of the Tyranny and kill King Washington over and over. I did dislike the fact that, despite what was originally said regarding Connor taking out targets on both sides of the conflict, the game felt more like a "Huzzah Colonials, Boo British" affair. There were angels but mostly demons on BOTH sides of the conflict. Case in point, what Washington did to Connor's village. You'd think Connor would've shown a bit more outrage than just part ways with the esteemed George Washington, not even considering taking him out right then and there at Valley Forge. In the end, I found the whole thing rather dull, nowhere near as compelling as Ezio's vendetta throughout AC2 and Brotherhood. Luckily, the naval combat broke the tedium considerably. It is easily the highlight of AC3 and I wish we had gotten more naval missions than the rather limited set we got.