|Medium Medicine Pouch||Sequence 1||3,000ƒ|
|Large Medicine Pouch||Sequence 1||6,000ƒ|
|Medium Knife Belt||Sequence 6||3,000ƒ|
|Large Knife Belt||Sequence 9||6,000ƒ|
|Medium Poison Vial||Sequence 7||3,000ƒ|
|Large Poison Vial||Sequence 10||6,000ƒ|
|Assassin White||All Italian city-states||N/A|
|Tuscan Ember||Tuscany or Monteriggioni||1,425ƒ|
|Tuscan Emerald||Tuscany or Monteriggioni||500ƒ|
|Tuscan Copper||Tuscany or Monteriggioni||245ƒ|
|Tuscan Ochre||Tuscany or Monteriggioni||500ƒ|
|Wetlands Auburn||Romagna or Forlì||500ƒ|
|Wetlands Steele||Romagna or Forlì||380ƒ|
|Wetlands Ebony||Romagna or Forlì||2,300ƒ|
|Wetlands Ivory||Romagna or Forlì||150ƒ|
Tailors returned in Rome and were stocked with the original upgrades and dyes, as well as some new ones, and were distributed through Rome's three districts. In addition, Ezio's cape could now be dyed separately to the rest of his robes.
Two additional items were also sold exclusively at tailors. Smoke bombs were made available through the purchase of the smoke bomb pouch, and the heavy sheath enabled Ezio to carry heavy weapons as his primary weapon.
|Medium Medicine Pouch||?||?ƒ|
|Large Medicine Pouch||Renovate 4 tailor shops||5,890ƒ|
|Knife Belt Upgrade (10)||?||2945ƒ|
|Knife Belt Upgrade (15)||?||?ƒ|
|Knife Belt Upgrade (20)||Renovate 4 tailor shops||?ƒ|
|Knife Belt Upgrade (25)||Renovate 8 tailor shops||?ƒ|
|Smoke Bomb Pouch||?||9,200ƒ|
|Medium Poison Vial||?||?ƒ|
|Large Poison Vial||Renovate 8 tailor shops||?ƒ|
|Large Quiver||Complete the shop quest "Pulling Threads"||N/A|
|Medium Parachute Bag||Destroy all war machines||?ƒ|
|Large Parachute Bag||Destroy all war machines||?ƒ|
|Assassin White||All districts||N/A|
|Roman Stone||Centro District||Robes - 110ƒ|
Cape - 110ƒ
|Venetian Azure||Centro District||Robes - 238ƒ|
Cape - 204ƒ
|Venetian Wine||Centro District||Robes - 697ƒ|
Cape - 187ƒ
|Florentine Scarlet||Centro District||Robes - 867ƒ|
Cape - 272ƒ
|Roman Gilded Onyx||Centro District||Robes - 1,275ƒ|
Cape - 298ƒ
|Florentine Crimson||Centro District||Robes - 2,440ƒ|
Cape - 468ƒ
|Tuscan Emerald||Campagna District||Robes - 2,062ƒ|
Cape - 494ƒ
|Tuscan Ochre||Campagna District||Robes - 145ƒ|
Cape - 85ƒ
|Tuscan Copper||Campagna District||Robes - 425ƒ|
Cape - 153ƒ
|Tuscan Ember||Campagna District||Robes - 604ƒ|
Cape - 230ƒ
|Wetlands Auburn||Antico District||Robes - 970ƒ|
Cape - 310ƒ
|Wetlands Ebony||Antico District||Robes - 2,350ƒ|
Cape - 580ƒ
|Wetlands Ivory||Antico District||Robes - 160ƒ|
Cape - 100ƒ
|Antico District||Robes - 400ƒ|
Cape - 190ƒ
(Prices shown are inclusive of the 15% discount that becomes available upon purchasing all twelve tailors in Rome.)
Tailors returned once more in Constantinople, and were stocked with several new dyes, as well as previously existing upgrades. However, as Ezio's new robes lacked a cape, there was no option to dye it.
In addition, Tailors now sold parachutes to Ezio right after his arrival in the city, as they became a standard part of his equipment. All tailors shared the same inventory, and all dyes were available from any part of the city.
Bomb ingredients were also sold, although only a few types of them were available at tailors.
|Medium Parachute Pouch||5,980|
|Medium Medicine Pouch||2,875|
|Knife Belt Upgrade (10)||2,185|
|Knife Belt Upgrade (15)||3,565|
French American coloniesEdit
Tailors returned in New Orleans and the Louisiana Bayou during the 18th century, providing Aveline de Grandpré with pouch upgrades for cartridges, smoke bombs and poison darts. Dyes were also available for each of Aveline's three personas, along with the option to equip an Assassin hood instead of the default hat.
|Small Fast Poison Pouch||8,000 écu|
|Medium Fast Poison Pouch||15,000 écu|
|Large Fast Poison Pouch||24,000 écu|
|Small Cartridge Pouch||1,500 écu|
|Medium Cartridge Pouch||8,000 écu|
|Large Cartridge Pouch||22,000 écu|
|Small Smoke Bomb Pouch||2,400 écu|
|Medium Smoke Bomb Pouch||10,000 écu|
|Large Smoke Bomb Pouch||35,000 écu|
|Small Berserk Poison Pouch||15,000 écu|
|Medium Berserk Poison Pouch||25,000 écu|
|Large Berserk Poison Pouch||34,000 écu|
|Assassin White||1,500 écu|
|Pirate Black||1,500 écu|
|Sailor Blue||1,500 écu|
|Smuggler Gray||1,500 écu|
|Night Stalker||1,500 écu|
|Bayou Hunter||Collect all Assassins' coins|
|Evening Umber||1,500 écu|
|Blue Elegance||1,500 écu|
|Formal Black||1,500 écu|
|Discreet Gray||1,500 écu|
|Yellow Rose||1,500 écu|
|Business Dress||1,500 écu|
|Charming Dress||Collect all Jeweled brooches|
|Worker Disguise||1,500 écu|
|Cook Disguise||1,500 écu|
|Maid Disguise||1,500 écu|
|Nanny Disguise||1,500 écu|
|Gardener Disguise||1,500 écu|
|Chichen Itza Disguise||Collect all Voodoo dolls|
|Assassin's Hood||750 écu|
|Alligator Hunter Hat||Mysteries of the Bayou Pack (Vita) or Uplay (HD)|
|Collect all of Jeanne's diary pages|
|Traveler's Hat||Collect all Alligator eggs|
- The achievement "Perfect Harmony" can be obtained by dyeing Ezio's clothes with Wetlands Ebony and Wetlands Ivory, both of which are available in Forlì.
- The Wetlands Ebony dye closely resembles the bonus black dye obtained through the Assassin's Creed II mobile game.
- Dye prices in Monteriggioni changed depending on how well Ezio renovated the tailor's shop.
- Obtainable armors such as the Armor of Altaïr, Armor of Brutus, Armor of Ishak Pasha, the Master Assassin Armor, and the Helmschmied Drachen Armor are unaffected by dyes.
- Cosmetic outfits are also unaffected by dyes.
- Tailors are occasionally offensive to Ezio if he does not purchase anything, saying things such as, "Awwww, poorly dressed a little while longer!"
- According to the novelization of Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood, Ezio became good friends with the Monteriggioni tailor, who was later killed during the siege.
- In British American Colonies, the Assassin Connor could purchase several dyes for his outfit in the general stores.
- Assassin's Creed II
- Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood
- Assassin's Creed: Revelations
- Assassin's Creed III: Liberation