The Channeled Cinquedea was a short blade that could be purchased from blacksmiths during the Renaissance period. In the city of Rome, however, the Assassin Ezio Auditore could only obtain the weapon by disarming a guard equipped with the blade.
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- Channels were added to the blade to reduce the weapon's weight and increase its rigidity.
- Oddly, its store image in Brotherhood was switched to the one for the Notched Cinquedea.
- The Channeled Cinquedea should do more damage than the Notched Cinquedea, due to the fact that it lets more blood flow from the wound, but it is the opposite in-game.