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Assassin's Creed II
Collect all thirty Codex Pages. A little reversion back to old ways: you have to collect all thirty codex pages. You should already have fourteen codex pages from doing the story. After collecting the thirty codex pages you must use your eagle vision to find out where the secret vaults are. The codex pages will look like a map of the world.
Thieves. In Venice, you help the Thieves in exchange for information on your assassination targets. They teach you tricks, and you help them with missions. You spend three sequences helping the thieves in Venice.
Rodrigo "Maestro" Borgia. The Spaniard is the guy you aim to assassinate the whole game, Rodrigo Borgia. He is also known as the Maestro. After a failed assassination attempt he becomes pope. You then fight your way through the Vatican and attempt to assassinate him again while he is giving mass. You then go on fight him in a sort of arena were he is trying to find God. After defeating him you find one of the "Vaults", Where you meet Minerva. A holographic image who takes you into outer space and warns Desmond of an impending doom. You are then put back into the shoes of Desmond. In which Lucy gives you the hidden blades and you fight Warren Vidic's men. After defeating them you are warned about December 21st 2012 and the end of the world.
Twelve. You play in twelve sequences; there are fourteen in total. Two are corrupted so you can't access them yet. They are the 'Battle of Forli' and 'The Bonfire of the Vanites'.
After trying to Break your father and Brothers out of prison. Your father and two brothers are sent to jail after they are accused of treason. You must scale the tower in which they are imprisoned. After the mission you are sent back to your home and you find a sword and the assassin's robes.
17. You first play as Ezio Auditore Da Firenze, a spoiled 17-year-old noble. The first time you take control of him is when he is fighting Vieri De Pazzi's men in a fistfight.
Lucy Stillman. At the very start of the game you are put into the shoes of Desmond Miles. A woman named Lucy helps you out of the Abstergo Industraies HQ. You are the put into a fistfight and thrown into the trunk of a car. You are then driven to a factory-like place and put into an updated animus.
Ezio. The character you play is called Ezio Auditore Da Firenze, born 1459 AD. You first see him being born at the start of the game after breaking Desmond out of Abstergo.
One hundred. Fifty is the amount to get the chance to buy a hammer. One hundred twenty-five and seventy-five are just random numbers.
In his dad's secret offfice in his house. Ezio's father is in prison and tells Ezio to go home and look for his secret office using his "talent", which is "Eagle Vision". He goes to the house and finds the office behind a wall.
|What does your character say when he assassinates an important enemy (a conspirator)?
(Note: He says this during almost all of his executions on the conspirators.)||"Assassin's Creed 2"
"Requiescat in Pace". Requiescat de Pace means Rest in Peace. Bora le Boral is something I made up and the other two are kinda weird; Ciao means "hello" and "goodbye" and Aiuto means "Help!". Kinda random... :P
The Pazzi. Most of the game consists of you hunting down and executing the members of this conspiracy. All of the other names I made up, except for the Pizza answer choice...
Ezio Auditore da Firenze. Ezio was supposedly an actual person. Petruccio is Ezio's younger brother who you only see twice in the entire game. Bartolomeo is a character who assists you later on in the game, and his obsessed with his claymore (sword). Dante is a character who suffered brain damage and became the bodyguard of one of the conspirators.
Brown. All of the incorrect answers are just other hair colors that people tend to have. Interestingly, there is not a single named character in "Assassin's Creed 2" that has red hair.
Fifty. It took me forever to figure out where to get that last weapon that I was missing which is, as you've probably figured out, the hammer you have to buy after getting the fifty feathers. There are one hunred feathers in the game.
Six. You need to obtain six seals from tombs, and tunnelways, and even a church. The number twenty is how many video segments you must obtain that Subject 16 left behind.
Rome. Rome is the last city you go into and it is where you fight Rodrigo Borgia. Unfortunately, you can only go in there once. Florence is where the game starts, Venice is the city that is about, say, 75% water, and Monterioggioni is where you live through almost all of the game.
Rodrigo Borgia. La Volpe is a famous thief that assists you through some of the game. Mario Auditore is your uncle who assists you through almost all of the game. Subject 16 is the patient before Desmond at Abstergo. He left messages behind for whoever became the next subject.
Shaun Hastings and Rebecca Crane. Eliza Jane Schneider and Danny Wallace are the actors who voice Rebecca and Shaun. Niccol˛ and Warren never meet; they are from two completely different time periods.
Maria Thorpe. Desmond sees this vision through an effect called the bleeding effect. Desmond does not tell anyone about this vision.
Yes. At the very end you enter the Vatican to kill Rodrigo Borgia. Rodrigo is also known as 'The Spaniard' throughout the entire game. In the end you do not kill him.
Claudia. Claudia mostly stays in the villa throughout the entire game. She tracks your progress in a book that supposedly your uncle made her tend to.
Petruccio Auditore da Firenze. Petruccio is your assassin's youngest brother. You also have an older brother and a younger sister.
Paola and Leonardo da Vinci. Paola is a courtesans in Florence. Leonardo is an inventor who helps you through out the entire game.
Maria is giving birth. You only hear Maria speak three times throughout the entire game. This includes during the birth scene, during one of your first missions, and when you collect all the feathers.
Florence. After the realisation of his assassin heritage, Ezio makes way for Florence to gain more knowledge of why his father and brothers were killed. This journey proves to be literally the hardest he has ever been on.
No. Ezio wishes to continue on to reach Venice for the safety of his family. Meanwhile, his uncle opposes this and tries to teach him some fighting skills for protection along the road. Ezio has no idea that his uncle is actually trying to explain that he is an assassin and so was his father.
Monteriggioni. For his first time in many years, Ezio meets his uncle again and, after a fight with Vieri, they end up heading to Monteriggioni, the home of the Auditore Villa. It is a small town which is constantly waging war with Florence. This is shown by Mario as he speaks "We are friends one year, the next we are fighting, and so on."
Mario Auditore and his mercenaries. Mario Auditore intervenes this fight by destroying Vieri's followers. Only a few of them remained who flee with Vieri. Mario is Ezio's uncle. He lives in Monteriggioni.
Uberto Alberti. That traitorous Uberto. Sold Ezio's family to the Pazzi's. His only way to save his family from death was to have the Auditore family eliminated. Only a coward would have done what he done.
Vieri De Pazzi. Vieri De Pazzi is one annoying person with an annoyingly huge mouth. After a series of encounters, he is silenced by Ezio.