History Heartwarming / AssassinsCreedBrotherhood

14th Aug '17 9:28:50 AM ChaoticNovelist
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** [[spoiler: La Volpe is immediately contrite and thankful to Ezio for stopping him from killing Machiavelli".

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** [[spoiler: La Volpe is immediately contrite and thankful to Ezio for stopping him from killing Machiavelli".]]
14th Aug '17 9:24:54 AM ChaoticNovelist
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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JbgAJXfeFb0&list=ULR3mmXAzXzr8&playnext=1 This scene]] at the end of Sequence 5 (warning: spoilers).

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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JbgAJXfeFb0&list=ULR3mmXAzXzr8&playnext=1 This scene]] at the end of Sequence 5 (warning: spoilers). [[spoiler: "My sister knows how to wield a knife..." He sounds mildly surprised, like it was obvious in retrospect. He sounds far more impressed.]]



** And then [[spoiler: inducting her as an official Assassin and having her fight alongside him to retake Rome.]]
* When Ezio tells Leonardo he is aware of his relationship with Salai and that the two are a good pair at the end of ''The Da Vinci Disappearance''.

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** And then Then [[spoiler: inducting he inducts her as an official Assassin and having has her fight alongside him to retake Rome.]]
Rome. SiblingTeam!]]
* When Ezio tells Leonardo he is aware of his relationship with Salai and that the two are a good pair at the end of ''The Da Vinci Disappearance''.



**Tumblers appear in places, practicing and showing off for crowds. Painters set up easels wherever strikes their fancy. The city as a whole is much more vibrant.



** Perhaps the heartwarming example of all is how the couples act before and after your liberation has progressed. Under Borgia control, they would have been crying or hugging in each other's arms. Afterward, you will find them cuddling behind trees, watching stars together at night, and proposing for marriage.

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** Perhaps the most heartwarming example of all is how the couples act before and after your liberation has progressed. Under Borgia control, they would have been crying or hugging in each other's arms. Afterward, you will find them cuddling behind trees, watching stars together at night, and proposing for marriage.



*The conclusion of the "La Volpe is suspicious of Machiavelli" subplot in Sequence 7 has several moments.
**[[spoiler: La Volpe is immediately contrite and thankful to Ezio for stopping him from killing Machiavelli".
**[[spoiler: Ezio's line "what debt is there between friends who trust each other?"]]
**[[spoiler: The scene ends with La Volpe putting an arm around Machiavelli and two walking off for a friendly talk, joking with each other.]]
**[[spoiler: There is an implication that, given Machiavelli's close-to-the-vest manner of doing things, that he was aware that La Volpe was suspicious of him but doesn't bring it up as not to contribute to in-fighting. He might even have known that La Volpe was going to kill him and using KillMeNowOrForeverStayYourHand, trusting in his friend.]]



* One of the Templar Agents side missions has Ezio find a woman standing at the edge of a building, looking like she's about to jump. He spends a while talking to her, empathising and discovering why she feels the need to do it, before offering to solve her problem so she need not kill herself.

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* **Ubisoft took a few steps to personalize the recruits. They have different models, individual names, and implied hobbies when they are hanging around the HomeBase. For instance, one of them is a {{bookworm}} because she is always staring at a bookcase. Another pair are seen talking with each other and re-acting previous missions. They will even greet Ezio with lines like "welcome home". These are not disposable {{red shirt}}s.
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One of the Templar Agents side missions has Ezio find a woman standing at the edge of a building, looking like she's about to jump. He spends a while talking to her, empathising empathizing and discovering why she feels the need to do it, before offering to solve her problem so she need not kill herself.herself.
**Another has Ezio talk with a guy looking over a ruined vendor stall. As the conversation continues, the guy suddenly realizes that he's talking to "The Assassin", the one who fights the Borgia and helps people. He sounds so happy and relived, as if he's been handed a way out of a no-win situation.
23rd Jul '17 4:36:30 PM ChaoticNovelist
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* When Ezio rescues Bartolomeo d'Alviano's wife, Pantasilea, from the French general, the typically gruff, boisterous mercenary is overcome with relief and hugs his wife tightly, telling her that he didn't know what he would do if he lost her.

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* When Ezio rescues Bartolomeo d'Alviano's wife, Pantasilea, from *The fight against the French general, Baron Valois, has many heartwarming moments
** Bartolomeo d'Alviano goes into AttackAttackAttack mode after his wife, Pantasilea, is initially captured. He doesn't know any other way to rescue her because she is the one who usually plans his more complicated operations. "Pantasilea would know what to do...." this line shows how closely they work together.
** When Ezio rescues Pantasilea,
the typically gruff, boisterous mercenary is overcome with relief and hugs his wife tightly, telling her that he didn't know what he would do if he lost her.her.
** Ezio gives him the credit for the TrojanHorse idea so he can look better in front of her.
**Pantasilea calls Bartolomeo "my prince" then gives him another hug, and he says he will have to earn that title.
1st Apr '17 3:52:19 PM FailcopterWes
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* One of the Templar Agents side missions has Ezio find a woman standing at the edge of a building, looking like she's about to jump. He spends a while talking to her, empathising and discovering why she feels the need to do it, before offering to solve her problem so she need not kill herself.
14th Dec '16 9:32:25 AM Nylsa
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* Your attitude towards your recruits. It really makes you feel like a leader to watch them all become Master Assassins knowing that you were TheMentor to them. You even become protective of them, such as when you call them to fight Papal Guards with one Marker and the papal guards nearly kill one of your recruits. As a gamer, [[PragmaticHero you are partly motivated by the knowledge that such a recruit will be hard to replace(and train from scratch)]], but the end result is you feel emotionally vested in their survival, and it totally fits Ezio's character as AFatherToHisMen FrontlineGeneral that he would think twice before sending others to die for him.

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* Your attitude towards your recruits. It really makes you feel like a leader to watch them all become Master Assassins knowing that you were TheMentor to them. You even become protective of them, such as when you call them to fight Papal Guards with one Marker and the papal guards nearly kill one of your recruits. As a gamer, [[PragmaticHero you are partly motivated by the knowledge that such a recruit will be hard to replace(and replace (and train from scratch)]], but the end result is you feel emotionally vested in their survival, and it totally fits Ezio's character as AFatherToHisMen FrontlineGeneral that he would think twice before sending others to die for him.
6th Oct '15 6:04:17 AM Alexia
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** In addition to that, the battle at Rome's gates in the endgame. The heroic battle music, the fact that the whole Brotherhood is helping and you can also call upon your own recruits that you have become invested in has the potentional to strike a chord or two.
15th Jan '15 12:34:47 AM JulianLapostat
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* Your attitude towards your recruits. It really makes you feel like a leader to watch them all become Master Assassins knowing that you were TheMentor to them. You even become protective of them, such as when you call them to fight Papal Guards with one Marker and the papal guards nearly kill one of your recruits. As a gamer, [[PragmaticHero you are partly motivated by the knowledge that such a recruit will be hard to replace(and train from scratch)]], but the end result is you feel emotionally vested in their survival, and it totally fits Ezio's character as AFatherToHisMen FrontlineGeneral that he would think twice before sending others to die for him.
4th May '14 10:45:56 PM karategal
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* Any time when - later in the story, and after your efforts to renovate Roma - you get into a fight with the guards and at some point realise that the civilians in the background are ''cheering for you'', and it's not just the vigilantes.

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* Any time when - -- later in the story, and after your efforts to renovate Roma - -- you get into a fight with the guards and at some point realise that the civilians in the background are ''cheering for you'', and it's not just the vigilantes.
17th Mar '12 11:47:21 AM AndyLA
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* When Ezio first met Cristina, she wouldn't give him the time of the day. But then he followed her and saw Vieri trying to rape her. After beating him up, Cristina gratefully gives Ezio his "second chance" with a peck on his cheek. ''Awwwww''.
12th Feb '12 12:40:45 PM dinosaurfan1
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* One example that few people notice is the music. After beating the game, and free roaming, if you destroy the Borgia influence on the area, the music becomes upbeat, fast, with a child, then a woman, singing in chorus. It REALLY shows how you killing the Borgia makes the civilians lives better.
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