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  • 1476. The dawn of a new era for Italy.

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  • Art, culture and science are flourishing under the guidance of inspired minds.

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  • Renaissance.

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  • This is probably the way history will remember us.

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  • But in the shadows far from the gold, and the knowledge, lies another truth.

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  • Corruption.

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  • Betrayal.

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  • Murder.

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  • Secrets.

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  • Secrets so dangerous that I must hide them even from my own family.

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  • Family, justice, honor.

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  • These are the values guiding my blade.

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  • This truth is written in blood and the shadows are where I strike.

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  • I am Giovanni Auditore,

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  • and like my ancestors before me,

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  • I am an assassin.

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  • You're coming with me. Avanti (Come on)!

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  • I stopped them before they left Florence. Unfortunately, Your Magnificence, the 4th man escaped.

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  • What have you heard, Giovanni?

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  • Rumors.

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  • About an important event that will cause a shift of power.

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  • That man you captured, has he spoken yet?

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  • He will tell us what he knows.

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  • When?

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  • Tell me when!

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  • In Milano, on the day of Christmas.

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  • The high mass for The Feast of Santo Stefano.

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  • When?

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  • When the echo of the choir becomes louder. At the altar.

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  • When the bell rings for the 12th and last time.

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  • Sic transit gloria mundi (So passes the glory of the world).

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  • At the altar, the echo of the choir becomes louder.

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  • When the bell rings for the 12th and last time,

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  • The Duke of Milano

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  • will die.

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  • Hurry!

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  • Stop! Stop!

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  • Don't kill him!

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  • Amori (Darling).

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  • Ezio's learning fast.

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  • He reminds me of you.

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  • Ezio, remember, you need to think ahead.

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  • Don't wait for your opponent to move. Anticipate and surprise him.

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  • How are you, father?

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  • Good, good.

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  • - Father. - Federico.

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  • With the death of the Duke of Milano, Lorenzo de Medici has lost a powerful ally.

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  • I am sure that his enemies already plot their next move.

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  • Sforza's death was not the end.

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  • It was just the beginning.

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  • And I know where to fight my next battle.

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  • You have served us well in the past.

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  • That is why we are entrusting you to send this letter to our master.

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  • Perfect. It's just perfect.

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  • After all these years, our time has come, cousin.

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  • Yes.

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  • You must protect this letter with your life until it is delivered, do you understand me?

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  • Go to Campo San Anzolo.

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  • Next to the wine merchant there is a statue.

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  • Our man will be waiting for you there.

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  • Do not fail us.

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  • In faccio fiducia (I have faith in you).

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  • What are your masters plotting?

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  • Speak!

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  • God as my witness, I will cut your throat.

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  • My life is not yours to take. And my secrets come with me.

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  • See you in hell!

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  • Fool.

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  • Giovanni, did you find anything in Venice?

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  • I intercepted this letter.

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  • Take a look, your Magnificence.

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  • It bears the seal of the Barbarigos.

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  • I never trusted them.

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  • Gonfaloniere (Chief Magistrate).

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  • An encrypted letter.

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  • It will take several hours to unlock its secrets.

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  • I'll send for you when it's done, Giovanni.

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  • Get some rest.

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  • Father Maffei.

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  • You broke the code. That's good.

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  • I knew you wouldn't disappoint me, Father Maffei.

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  • Go fetch Giovanni.

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  • Tell him he will need to travel shortly.

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  • I will wake Lorenzo. And Father...

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  • Remember, you owe us your silence.

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  • Secrets are born here.

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  • And they die here.

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  • No one is to know about the content of this letter.

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  • Capisce (Understand)?

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  • Good, you can go now.

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  • Grazie (Thank you).

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  • Come back to us soon.

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  • I promise.

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  • Our son is watching.

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  • I know.

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  • You should talk to him.

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  • I will.

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  • Tell me, papa, why is it that a banker leaves so often in the middle of the night?

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  • - Business calls, son. - Let me come with you.

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  • No.

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  • Why not?

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  • I need you to assist your brother.

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  • Take care of the family while I'm away.

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  • I want to help you, father.

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  • You help me more than you know, Ezio.

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  • More than you know.

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  • Because we broke the seal of the original letter,

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  • we had to make an exact copy.

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  • Father Edmundi is working on one as we speak.

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  • - Why? - We were unable to decipher it.

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  • The only way to unlock the secrets of this letter...

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  • and find out who masterminded Sforza's assassination...

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  • is to deliver it and see where it will lead us.

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  • Your Magnificence...

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  • I know exactly where in Rome the Barbarigos wanted the letter to be delivered.

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  • I can go.

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  • Father Maffei, is it ready?

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  • Rome is a dangerous city, my dear Giovanni.

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  • Are you sure you want to carry out this mission without any help?

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  • Yes. For the safety of Florence.

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  • And the honor of the Medici.

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  • So be it.

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  • Go and find the pit where these snakes hide.

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  • And be merciless.

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  • May the Father Of Understanding be with us.

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  • Amen.

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  • Has Rodrigo Borgia become a messenger now?

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  • Not necessarily, Your Holiness.

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  • The death of the Duke of Milano changes many things.

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  • - Is it really? - The alliances of men are fragile.

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  • Even the cities can change hands as easily as money.

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  • As long as God is on our side.

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  • Amen.

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  • I am told that...

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  • Lorenzo de Medici does not show much respect for our position.

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  • That is true. But you can force them to obey you.

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  • Florence is weak now. We should take advantage of it.

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  • - With your help... - It is not part of my office to consent to the death of anyone.

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  • But my concern is the greater good of the Republic of Florence.

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