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Pickpocketing
Sibrand-pickpocketing-memory
Technical information
Description

It appears the northern docks are void of Sibrand's knights. I should have a little less trouble making my way through there.

Appearance

Assassin's Creed

Memory type

Investigation

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Historical information
Ancestor

Altaïr Ibn-La'Ahad

Location

Acre, Kingdom of Jerusalem

Date

1191

Pickpocketing was a virtual representation of one of Altaïr Ibn-La'Ahad's genetic memories, relived by Desmond Miles in 2012 through the Animus.

DescriptionEdit

Altaïr came across one of the Knights Teutonic arguing with a sailor, who refused to give up his vessel into Sibrand's command. They mentioned a letter detailing the terms of the exchange. Altaïr decided to steal the document.

DialogueEdit

Altaïr approached the two men and listened in on their conversation.

  • Sailor: You tell him I said no! I won't have you damned soldiers poking about in my business!
  • Guard: Listen here, old man--
  • Sailor: No, you listen to me! This is my property, not his! I don't care if Christ himself put the man in charge!
  • Guard: He isn't asking. It's an order!
  • Sailor: Hah, that's rich. The man couldn't order his way out of a burlap sack. I've seen the mess he's made of the docks, I won't let him ruin mine.
  • Guard: Just read the letter! You'll see his terms are quite generous.
  • Sailor: I grow tired of this. Look, I'll consider what he has to offer, but I doubt it'll change my mind. Now go on, get out of here!

Altaïr then tailed the sailor and stole the letter from him.

OutcomeEdit

Altaïr acquired a letter which informed him that Sibrand had no guards stationed on the northern docks.

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