Once I've alerted the guards to my presence, it might be nice to have a man or two on my side. They'd provide a welcome distraction, buying me time to escape. I should seek out such men. Befriend them. Turn them to my cause.
Altaïr met with an informant on a rooftop in the Poor District.
- Informant: Safety and peace, Altaïr. I trust you're looking for information to aid you in your strike against Tamir. I fear I've nothing to offer, but Behir might. He shouldn't be too far from here.
Altaïr raced across the rooftops, and managed to get to the second informant in time.
- Behir: So, they've sent you, eh? An interesting choice, though not my place to judge. The Rafiq has asked me to observe the souk that Tamir calls home. Here's what I have learned - there's a group of troublemakers, who gather around its south-eastern exit. They and the guards do not get along. Find a way to earn their friendship, and they'll surely be of service to you.
Altaïr then left to continue his investigation.
Altaïr found out about a group of vigilantes who would aid him, if he managed to gain their trust first.