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Mochizuki Chiyome
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Description

It's time to visit the Sengoku Period of Feudal Japan! Watch through the eyes of the ninja Hattori Hanzō as he pursues the infamous kunoichi, Mochizuki Chiyome!

Appearance

Assassin's Creed: Memories

Memory type

Main

Historical information
Ancestor

Hattori Hanzō

Location

Shinano, Toyotomi clan territory

Date

1590s

Mochizuki Chiyome was an altered representation of one of Hattori Hanzō's genetic memories, relived by a research analyst at Abstergo Entertainment through the Animus.

DialogueEdit

First dialogueEdit

  • Hattori: Kiyonobu!
  • Kiyonobu: Ah, if it isn't the feared and famous shinobi, Hattori Hanzō. To what do I owe the honor?
  • Hattori: I have come because I need information.
  • Kiyonobu: Yes, information! I just received a shipment of that this morning. Now, what shelf did I store it on...
  • Hattori: I have no time for your games, Kiyonobu.
  • Kiyonobu: Game? This game is my business, dear ninja. And whatever this humble merchant can provide shall be yours... so long as you ask nicely.
  • Hattori: I trust my coin purse is nice enough.
  • Kiyonobu: Ah ha! This is very nice, indeed! Yes, whatever it is you need, just ask.
  • Hattori: What can you tell me of the noblewoman Mochizuki Chiyome?
  • Kiyonobu: Certainly you mean the nobleman, Mochizuki Nobumasa, a lord of the Takeda. Wasn't he put down by Oda Nobunaga's rifles at Nagashino? Then again, so were myriad others...
  • Hattori: I meant what I said. While the husband was out playing war, the wife was at home raising an army of her own.
  • Kiyonobu: My, my, what a curious bit of information. I should be paying you!
  • Hattori: You should be telling me what you know so that I may end her life without having to end yours first.
  • Kiyonobu: Fine, fine. I have heard she seldom leaves her residence in Shinano, and I have also heard that her skill in the ninja arts rivals even those of the great Hattori Hanzō.
  • Hattori: We shall see about that.
  • Kiyonobu: Yes, though it hardly matters. She will know you are coming long before you arrive, and you will find yourself without a head the moment you enter the city.
  • Hattori: What do you mean?
  • Kiyonobu: Students of Chiyome are everywhere, but you will find none of them. They take on the guise of couriers, shrine maidens, prostitutes... not that I would know anything about that...
  • Hattori: Of course you wouldn't.
  • Kiyonobu: Her spies report everything they see, making her even more well informed than I, sadly. She almost assuredly knows you target her, and will be prepared.
  • Hattori: I know how to remain unseen.
  • Kiyonobu: I was simply offering a warning. I did not expect you to heed it.
  • Hattori: Very well. If word of this conversation leaves this room...
  • Kiyonobu: Yes, yes, confidentiality and anonymity and the like. Your wallet was fat enough to ensure that.
  • Hattori: Good. Then I take my leave.
  • Kiyonobu: And I bemoan the fact that our relation has come to an end, just when it was becoming profitable for me. Enjoy what little remains of your life, ninja.

FailureEdit

  • Chiyome: You are brave but foolish, Hanzō. You could not have hoped to defeat me in my own home.
  • Hattori: And you are more cunning than I thought. I will not underestimate you next time.
  • Chiyome: What's this? A compliment? Careful, Hanzō. You might sour your reputation.

SuccessEdit

  • Chiyome: Well done. I'm impressed.
  • Hattori: You flatter me.
  • Chiyome: I knew you were coming, yet you still slipped past my watch.
  • Hattori: Perhaps your spies needed more training.
  • Chiyome: Perhaps. But look what you have done to the one who trains them.
  • Hattori: That was the point.
  • Chiyome: And what follows? Who will take care of these girls now? You've sent them all back to the streets, the gutters, the brothels...
  • Hattori: So you admit you have not taught them how to survive on their own.
  • Chiyome: You say that as if you could live without your master.
  • Hattori: That was at least my decision.
  • Chiyome: Ah! The illusion of free choice, a magnificent tool for control, is it not?
  • Hattori: You can see illusions if you choose to. I prefer to simply look at what is in front of me.
  • Chiyome: I grow tired of your righteous prattle. Go. Leave. Let me die in peace.
  • Hattori: Very well.

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