Wedding Bells Are Ringing 1

Ramondo speaking with Ezio

Ramondo was a citizen of San Gimignano, a town in the countryside of Tuscany, during the 16th century. At some point, he encountered Ezio Auditore da Firenze, whom Ramondo asked to deliver a letter to a ceremony in the town's chapel.


Dear Vincente,

I have received evidence to prove our worst suspicions: your daughter is marrying an imposter. Although Leone claims to be a Guelph, he is, in fact, Florentine. This is further proof that those liars and cheats are trying to invade our government, and further take away what little independence we have. If, upon reading this, your blood is boiling as much as mine, I say we drop him off the Torre Grossa, that will send a message to Florence.



P.S. Once you have disposed of this annoyance, my son is of eligible age, as you know. Perhaps your daughter's hand would be better suited for his.