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Uberto AlbertiEdit

Trusted friend of the Auditore family. According to the history books, this guy was a saint. He prosecuted murderers, rapists, the worst criminals. One of the best lawyers in Italy, he won every case; in spite of the fact the he was self-taught. Now, I found a back door into the Templars’ database server. I’ve been combing it for some kind of smoking gun. I found it. Apparently, Uberto’s family was evicted by the Medici bank. Uberto’s been aching for revenge ever since, and the Templars promised him support. Ezio's father was standing in the way and Uberto was jealous of his influence over the Florentine government. Two birds with one stone, isn’t it? It looks like Uberto used his election to the Signoria as his opportunity to strike.

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Vieri de' PazziEdit

The youngest member of the second most notorious Florentine banking family, this kid knew how to burn right through his father's money. Outside of spending sprees involving weaponry, exotic animals and clothes, he was fiercely competitive. Vieri hosted races of all kinds; boating, horseback riding, running. All of ‘em rigged, of course. And get this. If, through some amazing stroke of luck he ever lost, he’d invite the winner’s entire family over for a victory dinner…and served them a meal to die for.


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Francesco de' PazziEdit

Brought up as a noble in a city captivated by the newly rich Medici family, Francesco was taught to hate the middle class and its social climbers. Dismayed, he watched as the Medici bank eclipsed his own and centuries of influence over the Florentine government slipped away. It looks like the Spaniard offered him a solution. Rather than compete in something as dirty as banking, Francesco only had to do one thing for the Templars, one thing to put the middle class in their place for good: kill the Medici. Giovanni Auditore tried to stop Francesco by putting him in jail, but the Templars took care of that.

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Jacopo de PazziEdit

The money. This guy was the head of the Pazzi family, and he ran their banking business. An associate of Lorenzo de' Medici, he had nothing against him personally, so he hired four Templar hitmen to take care of the situation for him. Bernardo di Bandino Baroncelli. Brought up to hate the Medici family for the exile of his cousins, Baroncelli ran the numbers in the Pazzi bank by day and murdered for the Templars at night. It was Baroncelli who delivered the first blow. Stefano da Bagnone. Known for his cruelty, Bagnone was trained in Rome as a Templar butcher. It was Bagnone who stabbed Lorenzo de' Medici in the back. Antonio Maffei. Witness to the sacking of Volterra by Florentine mercenaries, Maffei blamed Lorenzo. He joined the Templars to seek revenge. It was Maffei who slashed Lorenzo’s neck. Archbishop Francesco Salviati. Convinced he would be the next archbishop of Florence, Salviati was enraged when Lorenzo stood in his way. But the Templars were there to heal his wounds. It was Salviati who marched their troops into the city.


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Emilio BarbarigoEdit

Titan of Venetian industry, terror of the underworld. Aided by his powerful family, he cornered the market through smart business practices such as edging out the competition and lobbying the government. He funded the Venetian police force almost single-handedly, keeping the streets safe from crime and his finances tax free. Emilio claims to be a supporter of the republic. The problem is, once you own the police force, voting becomes…well…inefficient, as does, you know, opposition.

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Carlo GrimaldiEdit

Emerging from his palace in Monaco with a craving for political power, Carlo quickly becomes a key guest at the tables of Venetian nobility, while his reputation for discretion earned him entrance into the back rooms. Here’s how the old bastard ended up in the Council of Ten. While visiting the head of the council, Ignazio Contarini, Carlo ran into Ignazio’s daughter. Desperate for help and aware of Carlo’s trustworthy reputation, she confided in him. Her father had arranged her marriage but she wanted to run away with the son of one of the servants. They’d been in love ever since they were children, and they planned to start a new life in Milan, where they could be free of her father. Carlo suggested immediate action: an escape by ship that night. The two lovers followed his instructions and, as they climbed the gangplank, they were free! That is…until Ignazio appeared on deck. Carlo was rewarded for his loyalty to the Contarini family, while true love…well, see for yourself.


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Marco BarbarigoEdit

Although his brother Agostino was destined for greatness, Marco left his mark on Venetian history as well. A tyrant since he was barely old enough to walk, whatever Marco wanted, he got. There are records here for jewels, entire fleets of ships all paid for by his family and all ordered directly from him. And then there’s his personal life: apparently, Marco’s wife, Carlotta, used to be married to his bodyguard, Dante Moro. Dante was captain of the city guard, and heir to one of the most prestigious families in Venezia. Marco was supposedly his close friend, right? But get this: Marco decides he wants Carlotta. In the Catholic religion, marriage is ‘till death do us part’ and Marco’s a good Catholic. So, he hires a hit on Dante. Dante gets stabbed three times in the body and once in the head. But he doesn’t die. He recovers with severe brain damage. Dante becomes like a child. So, what does Marco do? Well, he hires Dante as HIS personal bodyguard and gets him to sign a confession annulling the marriage. Marco takes Carlotta and keeps Dante as his personal slave. What a lovely fella.

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Silvio BarbarigoEdit

Raised by wealthy merchants, Silvio was introduced to politics when his father was cut out of the family inheritance. From then on, Silvio worked for his uncle, his father’s killer. Apparently, he had a knack for persuasion. Quickly, he became his uncle’s advisor, proving his worth by discovering a Soranzo plot against the Barbarigos. You’re gonna love this. Before the plot could be carried out, Silvio throws an Easter celebration, inviting the Soranzos. There’s a pageant for the children in the central courtyard, while Silvio escorts the parents to the roof. He toasts the family, then signals the archers hidden behind the courtyard windows. The Soranzos never plotted against the Barbarigos again. Fast forward ten years and Silvio’s living in his uncle’s luxurious Venetian palazzo. According to the history books, his uncle died in bed.


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Checco and Ludovico OrsiEdit

Bored with their leisurely life in the country side, the Orsi Brothers decided to spice things up a little. They started a money lending business that was extremely successful, mostly because they killed anyone who didn’t pay them back. Then, Caterina Sforza hired them to murder her Templar husband, Girolamo Riario, which they did in true cavalier fashion. They rode up to his palace, waltzed into the dining room, stabbed him in the chest, ransacked the estate and left his naked body in the center of town. According to Abstergo’s files, Rodrigo Borgia, after escaping from Venice, offered to pay them for the recapture of the Piece of Eden, and, of course, Caterina’s head. It was the Orsi Brothers’ idea to kidnap her children. I ask you, what has this world come to when the rich go so bad?

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Girolamo SavonarolaEdit

A Dominican friar from Ferrara, this man took his job seriously. He saw the excesses of his age, the rich stomping the poor into the dirt, the priests selling indulgences to the populace, and he went insane. Calling himself an “instrument of God,” Savonarola descended on Firenze. His sermons sent people into frenzies. He demanded an end to all personal property, to all progress, a return to Eden. Knowledge became the enemy. And he could erase it all with the Piece of Eden at his command. Books, paintings, musical instruments, he burned everything in the Bonfire of the Vanities. History unraveled as his legions took control. And Firenze descended into darkness.


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Rodrigo BorgiaEdit

A.k.a. the Spaniard. A dark stain on human history, Rodrigo left a trail of blood a mile wide on his quest to unify Italy under the Templar banner. Anyone who opposed him ended up in little pieces inside a sack, or, if he was in a good mood, poisoned. Once he was crowned Pope, Rodrigo, or should I say Alexander VI [the sixth], used his influence to wage war with any city that held out against the Templars. And then there are the rumored x- rated atrocities: hundreds of courtesans brought before the Vatican by the cartload and the Pope’s close ‘friendship’ with his illegitimate daughter, Lucrezia. Oh yeah, and did I mention the killings never stopped? Throughout all his public debauchery, Rodrigo was quietly murdering his enemies behind the scenes, consolidating Templar power for the moment when they would seize control.


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LettersEdit

  • From: Andrea Allegro
  • From: Antonio Maffei
  • From: Carlotta Moro
  • From: Diana
  • From: Fra Giocondo
  • From: Giovanni Auditore 1
  • From: Giovanni Auditore 2
  • From: Giovanni Auditore 3
  • From: Giovanni Auditore 4
  • From: Jacopo de' Pazzi
  • From: Lucia
  • From: Michelangelo
  • From: Ramondo
  • From: Raphael 1
  • From: Raphael 2
  • From: Rigarda
  • From: Uberto Alberti

Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood Database entriesEdit

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RomeEdit

There are 77 locations to be found in Rome. Of these, 75 are located within the city walls, one of them (Tivoli) in the bonus mission "The Aqueduct" and the last entry is unknown (it lists up under "Gates" in the filter). Also notice that the in-game locations and database pictures of the 15 gates don't accord to their actual position in Rome and appear to have been swapped. It is unknown why this is the case, though it just might be a production flaw.


DocumentsEdit

Scrolls of RomulusEdit

  • Scroll of Romulus 1
  • Scroll of Romulus 2
  • Scroll of Romulus 3
  • Scroll of Romulus 4
  • Scroll of Romulus 4 (cont.)
  • Scroll of Romulus 5
  • Scroll of Romulus 6



 
====Letters====
  • Decoded Romulus letter
  • Encoded Romulus letter
  • Letter to Cristina


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ShantiesEdit

  • Billy Riley
  • Bully In The Alley
  • Captain Kidd
  • Cheerly Man
  • Derby Ram
  • Drunken Sailor
  • Fish In The Sea
  • Good Morning Ladies All
  • Handy Me Boys
  • Hauley Hauley Ho
  • Hi-Ho Come Roll Me Over
  • Homeward Bound
  • Johnny Booker
  • Leave Her, Johnny
  • Lowlands Away
  • Paddy Doyle's Boots
  • Padstow's Farewell
  • Randy Dandy-O
  • Roll and Go
  • Roll, Boys, Roll!
  • Roller Bowler
  • Running Down To Cuba
  • So Early in The Morning
  • Spanish Ladies
  • Stormalong John
  • The Coasts of High Barbary
  • The Dead Horse
  • The Maid of Amsterdam
  • The Rio Grande
  • The Sailboat Malarkey
  • The Wild Goose
  • The Worst Old Ship
  • Where Am I To Go M'Johnnies
  • Whiskey Johnny
  • 'Way Me Susiana

DocumentsEdit

ManuscriptsEdit

  • 'Aberdeen Bestiary' (Phoenix Detail)
  • 'Atalanta Fugiens'
  • 'Cortez and La Malinche' from The History of Tiaxcala
  • 'Crónica dos Feitos de Guiné'
  • 'De Gama Diary Extract'
  • 'Epistola de Magnete'
  • 'Introductio Geographica'
  • 'Magellan's Ship'
  • 'Sacred Theory of the Earth'
  • 'Solaris' from 'Mundus Subterraneus'
  • 'Tabulae Rudolphinae'
  • 'The Fetus In The Womb'
  • 'Vertumnus, a Portrait of Today'
  • 'Voynich Manuscript' - Folio 33v
  • 'Voynich Manuscript' - Folio 34r
  • 'Voynich Manuscript' - Folio 34v
  • 'Voynich Manuscript' - Folio 35r
  • 'World Map' (1570)
  • Columbus Map
  • Mayan 'Dresden' Codex

LettersEdit

  1. ON MY NAME AND ORIGIN
  2. EARLIE OPINIONS OF MY CONDITION
  3. ON THE PLAYCE OF MY BIRTHE
  4. MY FIRST REVERIE
  5. MY DEEPENING PREDICAMENT
  6. MY APPRENTYCESHIP
  7. ON LEAVING HOME
  8. WHAT THE VOICES SAIDE
  9. A CURIOUSE INDICENT AT SEA
  10. FINDING STEADY WORK
  11. PETER BECKFORD THE ELDER
  12. THE TEMPLAR ARRIVES
  13. ANOTHER FRYGHTFULL REVERIE
  14. THE ASSASSYN
  15. RESTE AND REPASTE
  16. THE OBSERVATORIE
  17. TAKING MY LEAVE
  18. MY SEARCHE
  19. ON BEING A 'SAGE'
  20. A SECRET INCOMPRESENSIBLE

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LandmarksEdit

HavanaEdit

  • Assassin's Bureau
  • Basilica Menor de San Francisco de Asis
  • Castillo de la Real Fuerza
  • Castillo Moro
  • Castillo San Salvador de la Punta
  • Cathedral of Havana
  • Governor's Mansion
  • Governor's Prisons
  • Ramparts
  • Warehouse

KingstonEdit

  • Fort Charles
  • Laurence Prins's Manor
  • Parish Church
  • Port Royal Tower
  • Sugar Mill
  • Watch Tower
  • Windmill

NassauEdit

  • Old Avery Tavern
  • The Queen's Staircase

ShipsEdit

Art CollectionEdit

  • "An English Ship in Action with Barbary Vessels"
  • "Harbour Scene at Sunset"
  • "Merry Company"
  • "Nymphs By A Fountain"
  • "Saint Jerome as Cardinal"
  • "The Burning of the 'Royal James' at the Battle of Solebay"
  • "The Flight into Egypt"
  • Baroque Guitar
  • Bat-nosed Figurine
  • Beaver Pelt
  • Bracelet
  • Bust of a Water Deity
  • Cabinet
  • Chalice
  • Clock
  • Commode
  • Copper Field Flash
  • Deity Figurine
  • Drum
  • Eagle Figurine
  • Earth Monster Relief
  • Goa Stone Container
  • Head of an Oba
  • Jar with Four Faces
  • Jar with Ritual Scene
  • Joined Armchair with Cushion
  • Kast Cupboard
  • Maize Deity
  • Map of the World
  • Mirror Back
  • Oboe
  • Parade Helmet à l’Antique
  • Pectoral Disk
  • Pedestal Bowl
  • Scherer's 1700 Globe
  • Seated Zemi Figure
  • Silver Teapot
  • Silver Two-handed Bowl
  • Standard Bearer
  • Taino Bust
  • Tripod Vessel with Date Glyph
  • Triptych
  • Trumpet
  • Vanitas Still-Life
  • Violencello
  • Vulture Vessel
  • Whydah Gally style Bell
  • Wooden Term Statue of St. Adrian
  • Wooden Term Statue of St. Livertin
  • Yoke-Form Vessel

FaunaEdit

  • Black Jaguar
  • Bull Shark
  • Capuchin Monkey
  • Crocodile
  • Deer
  • Great White Shark
  • Hammerhead Shark
  • Howler Monkey
  • Humpback Whale
  • Hutia
  • Iguana
  • Jaguar
  • Jellyfish
  • Killer Whale
  • Manta Ray
  • Moray Eel
  • Ocelot
  • Red Howler Monkey
  • Sea Urchin
  • Sperm Whale
  • Turtle
  • White Jaguar
  • Wild Pig

TriviaEdit

  • In the database of Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood, there is a missing entry with no information about a location. It is filed under: Gates.
    • It can be believed that this missing entry was supposed to be the Porta San Pellegrino, which is the entrance to the Vaticano District, due to the similarities the in-game representation shares with its real-life counterpart.

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