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Darknes94
12-31-2009, 11:05 AM
Today I download the Altair outfit and the exclusive map that is the Family Crypt and I think that it will be cool that when you complete the Family Crypt your reward was the Altair outfit. I think it will be cool to find a chest and the reward was that because when I finish the crypt and there was no reward I feel a little disappointed http://forums.ubi.com/groupee_common/emoticons/icon_frown.gif and they can take out the outfit from the store and only put the Family Crypt but more expensive (outfit cost 30 and the map cost 40 the new map will cost 70)
it will be exactly the same but better http://forums.ubi.com/groupee_common/emoticons/icon_smile.gif that you can found the outfit of Altair in the secret family tomb instead of only buy it and dress it.

This is only a proposal that I think that will be cool http://forums.ubi.com/groupee_common/emoticons/icon_smile.gif
Tell me what you think.

Darknes94
12-31-2009, 11:05 AM
Today I download the Altair outfit and the exclusive map that is the Family Crypt and I think that it will be cool that when you complete the Family Crypt your reward was the Altair outfit. I think it will be cool to find a chest and the reward was that because when I finish the crypt and there was no reward I feel a little disappointed http://forums.ubi.com/groupee_common/emoticons/icon_frown.gif and they can take out the outfit from the store and only put the Family Crypt but more expensive (outfit cost 30 and the map cost 40 the new map will cost 70)
it will be exactly the same but better http://forums.ubi.com/groupee_common/emoticons/icon_smile.gif that you can found the outfit of Altair in the secret family tomb instead of only buy it and dress it.

This is only a proposal that I think that will be cool http://forums.ubi.com/groupee_common/emoticons/icon_smile.gif
Tell me what you think.

Fudz4
12-31-2009, 01:32 PM
I suppose it would complicate the points you get for rewards... in UPLAY you should get all the rewards for one game by getting the points for that game so its balanced and if you make a mistake then it forces you to buy another game which is pretty frustrating... so I voted no lol. But ye I see what you mean, but technically you do get a reward becuase you get to understand how the Auditories got involved in the creed. And since I love the story so much thats a reward for me. More insight http://forums.ubi.com/groupee_common/emoticons/icon_smile.gif

Drakonous505
12-31-2009, 01:45 PM
Hate to break it to you but the outfit isn't really an outfit. It's simply Ezio's body replaced by Altair. If you look you'll notice that his ring finger on his left hand is missing as well there's no second hidden blade. The whole point of the family crypt was so you could learn how the bloodline got to Italy etc.

Fudz4
12-31-2009, 01:57 PM
No the Auditory (SP?? WOOPS) was already Italien and from Italy... bearing the Auditory name. It just explains how that Auditory in particular joined the creed and how the Codex pages got in the hands of the templars.

Assassin_Mitch
12-31-2009, 03:33 PM
Eagle Ghost, I think you need to go back to the Family Crypt because the story in that crypt explains how Ezio's family got to Italy, theey were not there the whole time, they traveled there. If i am not mistaken Auditore(SP?) is actually not his real last name. I think(possibly wrong here) it said he was adopted(NOT Ezio, his anscestor) by the Auditore. I might be wrong, I need to go through the tomb myself

ToKillInPeace
12-31-2009, 03:45 PM
<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by Assassin_Mitch:
Eagle Ghost, I think you need to go back to the Family Crypt because the story in that crypt explains how Ezio's family got to Italy, theey were not there the whole time, they traveled there. If i am not mistaken Auditore(SP?) is actually not his real last name. I think(possibly wrong here) it said he was adopted(NOT Ezio, his anscestor) by the Auditore. I might be wrong, I need to go through the tomb myself </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

No, he adopted the name Auditore, took it on because of something like he liked to listen to music or opera or something.

But he (great great grandfather Auditore) gave himself the name and impersonated a nobel at the Florentine court.

Assassin_Mitch
12-31-2009, 06:28 PM
Ok I'm just gonna post the whole story exactly how it was written in the game to clear everything up about them
Venice, 1296

I was raised in a small house by the Venetian lagoon, within sight of the rough foam-capped waves of the sea. When I was barely old enough to walk, I became a sailor, navigating the Atlantic first as an apprentice and then while carrying cargo for my fatherís patron, Messer Marco Polo. It was a good life

AhoreOne day, while ashore in the harbor looking for work, I fell in love. She was barely twenty, but when I looked in her eyes the whole world was reflected back, clearer and brighter than the sun. After that, I still went to sea, but my heart remained on land with the girl, who had become my wife, and our young son
Birthright
One afternoon that summer, Messer Polo called me into his study. My father was already there, beside and older man, dressed in a strange hooded cape, watching us.
At that moment everything in my life changed, my father told me that he was an Assassin. Removing his ring, he showed me a strange marking on his finger explaining that out family came from an order that protected and defended mankind.
He paused, and then, when I didnít speak, Messer Polo stepped forward. He told me that the stranger in the hood would teach me, and in return I would carry him across the Mediterranean to Spain. And so began my apprenticeship with Dante Alighieri, one that was to destroy every bit of happiness I would ever have.

A MentorA Mentor
In preparation for our voyage, Messer Alighieri met with me repeatedly. At first, our meetings were about purchasing supplies, but soon they became higher things, about life, love, honor, and justice
He taught me that society was set up in such a way as to control its members, to stop us from thinking, from seeing. Soon, I would look past all the laws and illusions. I understood that mankind was being used by it rulers, that we, the people, deserve freedom
It was then that Dante began showing me pages from a book that Messer Polo had brought back from the palace of Genghis Khan. The manuscript, the Codex, was about our order, the Assassins

An Unexpected FarewellAn Unexpected Farewell
Our planned voyage never took place. While returning to Ravenna to pick up the remainder of his belongings, Dante died. Dismayed at the loss of my mentor, I went to inform my father and Messer Polo of the sad news. Before I could even speak, I was ushered into the study, and my father, his face white, locked the door behind me.
Shocked, I listened in silence as he spoke. Dante intended to take the Codex to Spain where it would be safe. But he was being watched. The enemy of the Assassins, the Knights Templar, still existed
I recalled the stories he told me of the Templars, and it all became clear. Dante had been murdered. The Templars knew about the Codex and they knew about us. Shaking, my father told me to take the Codex and leave for Spain at once with my wife and child.
As Messer polo ushered me out the door, he handed me a small piece of paper with a number on it. With this number, I could draw credit, more Ducats than I had ever seen in my life, at a bank in Italy

At SeaAt Sea
We set sail at night, the ship filled with cargo to sell in the market at Barcelona. At first, all was well. Then, to avoid a coming storm, we laid anchor in Otranto harbor. Cloaked in darkness, the pirates came; I didnít see them until they were already boarding my ship
I hid with my family in the hold. Pulling out the Codex, I ran the worn leather cover through my hands then, I broke the spine. The pages slid silently onto the floor. I scattered them into the chests, boxes ad containers I was carrying to the market.
The men who found us were drunk; I could smell it in their breath. When they asked for the Codex, I knew who had sent them. Holding back my rage, I said I had thrown it overboard. They started to laugh. Two held me down still grinning, while the rest cut off my wifeís clothes. She begged for mercy until her voice gave out. Once they were done, they threw her into the sea.
They took my cargo and sunk my ship, and left me, adrift, clinging to a piece of railing.
I made it to the beach with my son. My wifeís body washed up on shore the next morning with the tide.

A New Name
I never saw the sea again.
Making my way to Florence, I rented a small room and then visited the bank. I had memorized Poloís account number.
With the vast sum I now had at my disposal, I went to Venice in disguise to find my father. I returned to Florence the next day. Both Polo and my father were already dead.
From that moment forward, I collected treatises on architecture, studied classis and took vocal lessons. I adopted the name Auditore , impersonating a noble at the Florentine court. Accepted as one of their own. I took on the trappings of nobility and constructed this villa for me and my son.
And then, I hunted them. I raised my son to fight, find the Codex, and to kill Templars. Together, we would regain the honor of my wife and avenge the death of my father, two debts that would never, that could never be repaid.
To the Auditore that reads this, remember that you are not a nobleman. You are not one of the deceivers, you are one of the people. Avenge us!