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69.107.110.136
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01:52:35 PM Mar 25th 2011
Yo, could anyone add Altair Ibn la ahad from Assassin's creed? According to the games canon, you lost synchronization every time you got hit. Which meant that the "real" Altair *never got hit*.

In brotherhood, part of living out the ancestor was tending wounds by visiting doctors, Implying that Ezio could lose a few battles
blueflame724
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06:07:21 AM Mar 21st 2011
Does anyone find this trope a bit vague? Does this cover any really good swordsmen in the series?
TheLimey86
01:00:14 PM Aug 3rd 2013
I think it's meant to cover a swordsman who is truly superlative in his abilities. Not just competent or experienced or good with a blade, the top twenty percent or so. This trope applies to the top ONE percent. The guys who can make a blade do incredible things.
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