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Radman500
11-24-2010, 04:10 PM
1. stay your blade from the flesh of an innocent
2.always be descreet
3. never compromise the brotherhood

in ac2, brotherhood.. it seemed like ezio really didnt follow the creed as much as altair did.. i dont think they even mention the creed in ac2, brotherhood.. is the creed irrelvant.. or does it have some importance to the order of assassins

Radman500
11-24-2010, 04:10 PM
1. stay your blade from the flesh of an innocent
2.always be descreet
3. never compromise the brotherhood

in ac2, brotherhood.. it seemed like ezio really didnt follow the creed as much as altair did.. i dont think they even mention the creed in ac2, brotherhood.. is the creed irrelvant.. or does it have some importance to the order of assassins

galenwolf
11-24-2010, 04:16 PM
If you kill innocents you get kicked out the animus because ezio never killed an innocent.

The assassin missions include stopping a book being published that pretty much outs the brotherhood.

Half the full synch quests are "do not get detected".

I think its still there. Considering that in Altairs time the assassins where doing public execution of those they deemed had to die to drive fear into those they would target i think Ezio does his best to be discreet.

realgangsta213
11-24-2010, 04:18 PM
well, yes it still has a relevance because in the first assassination of ac2 ezio treats him like trash after his death but mario reminds him to respect him. Respect for the dead is a hidden message inside the creed. Also quite obviously you desynchronise when killing innocents which btw could be completely ignored at the end of ac1. Stealth is still oone of the main pillars of the game. As for the last, ezio didn't have much occasions to prove it so... Although if you read some of the contracts available for recruits some ask to save a brother in need or anoother might say kill the traitor so he doesn't compromise us and so on.

Assassin_Mitch
11-24-2010, 04:18 PM
And its the key foundation of the multiplayer(even though the Templars are training and not the Assassins, they still seem to use the same rules)

Captain Tomatoz
11-24-2010, 05:54 PM
[SPOILER ALERT!!!!]

<span class="ev_code_WHITE">Ezio compromises the brotherhood by not killing Rodrigo which led to the battle at Monteriggioni</span>

[SPOILER ALERT!!!!]

Riley4142
11-24-2010, 09:36 PM
<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by Tony6593:
[SPOILER ALERT!!!!]

<span class="ev_code_WHITE">Ezio compromises the brotherhood by not killing Rodrigo which led to the battle at Monteriggioni</span>

[SPOILER ALERT!!!!] </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

SPOILER ALERT!!!
AC GAMES ARE HISTORICALLY ACCURATE!
Having Ezio Kill Pope Alexander VII(i think) Several years before he actually died of poisoning would cause a time warp and dinosaurs would rule asia. Having Ezio not kill him due to personal reasons is Ubi's way of saving the time-space continuum. Besides, Cesare attacked Monteriggioni, not Rodrigo, as a matter of fact, if the pope was assassinated, there may have been a large revolt. An angry Catholic populace would lead to an even larger battle, and Ezio would've died, allowing Cesare to rule all of Italy, and possibly the world. This would undoubtedly lead to a larger number of Templars. So in short, if Ezio killed Rodrigo, the Assassin order would be effectively destroyed. The more you know. http://forums.ubi.com/groupee_common/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif

EmperorxZurg
11-24-2010, 11:33 PM
<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content"> Besides, Cesare attacked Monteriggioni, not Rodrigo, </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

true, in the game you hear Rodrigo chastising Cesare for attacking them and upsetting the order of things as soon as they gained power and that the assassins should not have been attacked. It seemed that after Ezio encountered Rodrigo after AC2, he gained a kind of respect for them and didn't want to fight them anymore as he was against almost every one of Cesare's moves.