who loved etzio more cristina or sophia?
who was the best for him?Zmovaqar 16:49, June 11, 2012 (UTC)
- ...Etzio? Really? And I suppose Sofia... -- Master Sima Yi Clogs Marvel Studios 16:51, June 11, 2012 (UTC)
- Nor do we know who 'Sophia' is... --Jasca Ducato Council Chamber Assassination record 18:36, June 11, 2012 (UTC)
- i'm not sure who this etzio person is,or this sophia and cristina,but talking about ezio,i liked sofia more than christina.Assassin of 81 19:03, June 11, 2012 (UTC)
- Not sure who this 'Christina' person is either. You guys must be talking about some other series. --Kainzorus Prime Walkie-talkie 19:33, June 11, 2012 (UTC)
- This is another point where Revelations failed, for me anyway. I felt LITTLE interest in Ezio's love development with Sophia. I didn't feel any passion or depth at all. Rosa felt like more of serious love interest than Sophia. For me, it's Cristina. Simply because I loved the memories of her in ACB. Hakametal 19:26, June 11, 2012 (UTC)
- For me it will always be that blonde courtesan with the yellow dress in Venice. :P -- ► Kaloneous ◄ ♣HelpDesk♣ 20:52, June 11, 2012 (UTC)
- For me Sofia, definitely. I didn't like the whole girl next door thing with Cristina, and the way they met/started off was a bit cliche (with him saving her from Vieri), plus she got married to that other guy, while I get that she was forced into it by her father, but still. I guess I just don't like her character. And I don't really feel like I could say who loved him more, you don't love more or less, you just do. Caterina was ok, but I kinda felt she overshadowed Ezio as a character. wandering off topic a bit sorry.
The reason that I like Sofia is that she wasn't afraid to return to Constantinople by herself, and move away from her family, and not being married off, which was the fate of most women in that period. And she wasn't really and action girl (I usually like them though), because it wouldn't suit her background of what I'm guessing was a middle class family. I liked that she could handle herself during that last sequence, yes, she did get kidnapped, but she kept a cool head, even ater being hanged and almost dying. As for the way Revelations handled their 'courtship'... I was kinda disappointed by the fact that there wasn't even a kiss. I know it sounds stupid, but it's just something that bothered me. But on the other hand, it was kinda sweet that they didn't realy show anything, because they were both older by the time they met so there wasn't much need for displays of affection (but damn I still missed them). I jumped on that ship as soon as I read those few lines that were written about Sofia's character. I loved the scene where he was reading in her bookshop and they were both just doing their own things. And although I hate comparing Sofia to either Cristina or Caterina, I think she's the happy middle between them. There, my two cents. It is never your choice to give up the fight for justice. 11:30, June 12, 2012 (UTC)
Cristina, IMO. I just couldn't feel the spark between Ezio and Sofia. :/ I wanted to, but I couldn't feel it. If they had taken the time to develop their relationship more, I might have felt it. Then again, I haven't seen Embers. Aegis RunestoneSpeak to me 14:31, June 13, 2012 (UTC)
I just think that Christina is more developed, and that her brotherhood sequences should have been in 2. That and I'm not hatin; but old man fetish in a video game? It just looked like a plot device to continue Ezio's story. Rotionpotion 17:30, June 16, 2012 (UTC)
Etzio? >.< The way 'Revelation's' failed me so much was that I felt Ezio's relationship with Sofia came out of nowhere! There was no real development like with Ezio and Cristina. It seemed like they were pals more than lovers. It didn't feel right to me, even after watching 'Embers' it still seemed a bit off even after seeing Flavia. I just hope they don't rush Connor's marriage like they did with Ezio. I hope they took time to really make it seem like a relationship rather than a "we have to have him marry now", because thats how Ezio's marriage to Sofia felt to me. (Jessica.C.Smith 10:59, June 29, 2012 (UTC))
Well, for me it's kind of a draw. Ezio quite obviously loved Cristina, when and she died in his arms I was literally almost crying (I know...). At the same time, I don't think Sofia is a bad choice either, if not a little cliche. Both Italians, living in a foreign city, deeper into the plot than they know. It was a little fast, but I assume that's only because Ezio's story was coming to a close. In embers, I thought that they really did love eachother, considering they settled down, back in Toscana/Tuscany and both cared for their children (oh my gosh, why did Ezio die? I know, old age, but still!). I like 'em both. RozenHawke343 06:24, July 1, 2012 (UTC)
Well, though there was a lot of love for his oh-so-close wife, with the fiance bridge dangling and whatnot, I would say Sofia. Not just because he happened to marry her and that thus equals a stronger bond, but just the development of the whole relationship. The mysterious introduction, the intrigue, the teamwork, not to mention the exchanged looks! The graphics are much better in 'this version of the Animus' and it's used to great extent! A lot of secret glances and eye flutters are seen here where before they just weren't quite there.
Just how I see things. :) Vivienne North 10:28, July 3, 2012 (UTC)