History Heartwarming / AssassinsCreedBrotherhood

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.
26th Jan '12 9:51:27 AM SteleResolve
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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.
18th Jan '12 7:53:30 PM SteleResolve
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* Ezio finds a crying boy sitting on the docks early in the game and asks him what is wrong. He not only promises to help get the child's mother back from slavers, he speaks very tenderly to him, telling him that he is a brave young man. It's a softer side of Ezio that you rarely get to see, and it's truly touching.
18th Jan '12 7:51:14 PM SteleResolve
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** 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 starts together at night, and proposing for marriage.

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** 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 starts stars together at night, and proposing for marriage.
18th Jan '12 7:50:13 PM SteleResolve
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** Especially since this is during a historical period in which homosexuality was treated as a criminal offense. Ezio was being extremely progressive and tolerate even by today's standards.

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** Especially since this is during a historical period in which homosexuality was treated as a criminal offense. Ezio was being extremely progressive and tolerate tolerant even by today's standards.
18th Jan '12 7:49:32 PM SteleResolve
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** Especially since, before this scene, Ezio clearly does not approve of [[spoiler: Claudia managing the Rosa In Fiore]].#

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** Especially since, before this scene, Ezio clearly does not approve of [[spoiler: Claudia managing the Rosa In Fiore]].#
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