In early 1511, the Mentor of the Italian Brotherhood of Assassins, Ezio Auditore da Firenze, wielded an Assassin Yataghan Sword in his journey to Masyaf in search of the Library of Altaïr Ibn-La'Ahad. When he was ambushed and captured by the Byzantine Templars upon arrival at the citadel, all his weapons, including his sword, were confiscated. Nevertheless, he was quick to locate his equipment and retrieve them after making his escape. With this yataghan, he fought against the Templars as he pursued their captain, Leandros, to Atlas Village where he killed him. Ezio still carried this weapon when he arrived by ship at Constantinople to be greeted by the local Assassin leader, Yusuf Tazim.
In May 1512, after a long year building up the Ottoman Brotherhood in Constantinople, defeating the Byzantine Rite, and acquiring the five keys to Altaïr's Library, Ezio once again wielded this blade when he entered the Library and delivered the Capitoline Triad's message to his descendant Desmond Miles.
Ottoman Empire (16th century)
Golden Age of Piracy
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- Ezio's Swords in Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag are based off of the Assassin Yataghan Sword that Ezio uses at the start and end of Assassin's Creed: Revelations.
- As with the Sword of Altaïr, although Ezio only wields one sword at a time, the sword is duplicated in Black Flag so as to adapt to Edward Kenway's dual-wielding combat style.
- Assassin's Creed: Revelations (as the Assassin Yataghan Sword)
- Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag (as Ezio's Swords)