I liked that bit, except for the first part of Venice. The first two sequences in Venice only span a few weeks (before killing the first target, Carlo says the Assassin has been in town for weeks, and then you kill Carlo basically the very next day), and somehow that constitutes 2 years...Originally posted by RogueNinjar:
Well, to be honest, I believe it adds more depth and reality, I mean, for starters, if you assassinated someone high in the food chain, you'd expect the rest to hide and cower away until they felt a little safer.
So, the fact that it was over time, added more depth to the story.
Between those times he could have been planning and living a life? XD