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Changes I made

I added the best cover Image I found as well as added relevant quotes under the sections. I also fixed the Limited Edition section which was a mess. Cyberaltair

Adam and Eve

I feel like the section recently added on the Adam and Eve hidden video should not only have its own section, but should also be placed under one of those special spoiler header...things. I am not quite sure how to do this. Could someone please take care of it?

Done. For future occasions, just place {{Spoiler}} on the top and {{Spoiler End}} on the bottom of the section you wanna hide. -- D. Cello 23:49, November 24, 2009 (UTC)

Missing Memory Blocks

Block 12 and 13 are "Corrupted", possibly a DLC? Something for a side-story in a seperate game which deals with other ancestors of Desmond, which also includes the missing memory blocks from AC2? --Vae Infectus 22:39, November 29, 2009 (UTC)

They have recently been confirmed to be downloadable content, which includes the battle of Forlì and the Bonfire of Vanities in Florence (two events also mentioned by Shaun in the game, during the transition from memory block 11 to 14).

"Desperate" Renovation

My heart slightly palpitated when I noticed the vast amount of work that needed to be done on this page. Removed the large amounts of spacing between paragraphs, rearranged the sections slightly, added a "Sequel" heading (to be filled in later), rewrote and expanded the gameplay section, and adjusted the Special Editions section so that it appeared neater. Will continue to slowly update and smooth out the page. Reqυiem 23:05, January 16, 2010 (UTC)

Finished the plot and added spoiler tags. Reqυiem 00:46, January 17, 2010 (UTC)

Still under revamp?

Is there anything else that this article needs before it can be taken off the revamp list? -- Reqυiem 20:04, January 19, 2010 (UTC)

Absolutely not. You've nailed it. -- D. Cello 20:23, January 19, 2010 (UTC)

100% Synchronization

I would appreciate it if anyone tells me how to get 100% Synchronization. I've already unlocked Altairs Armor, fully upgraded Monteriggioni (yes, I collected statues, Codex Pages, and collected everything), I finished the main plot, and I've collected all the Feathers and even scavenged all the Treasure.

I too would like to know this since I have all done all Missions(Beat Up, Race, Courier, Treasure).

I have all Statues, Codex Pages, Feathers, Models, Seals, Paintings, Portraits, Shops Maxed, Renovations Complete, Weapons (Including Bloodlines Weapons), Armours and have the Platinum Trophy.

Yet it still says I am 93% Synced. when I check my DNA Bar it says Secret Locations are not finished. But I have everything except the Uplay Auditore Tomb does that count towards it?

-=X Zero X=- 14:18, February 10, 2011 (UTC)

As far as I know yes. It also counts the Templar Liars.
--Nisheeth 14:22, February 10, 2011 (UTC)

I have the Templar Liars all 3 of them :/ and Both DLC's.

-=X Zero X=- 14:18, February 10, 2011 (UTC)

New Assassins Creed II game

Any info on when that might be coming out? Spoonodeath 14:53, February 15, 2010 (UTC)

The window that Ubisoft gave was insane. Anywhere between April 2010 and March 2011. So don't hold your breath, because you'll probably pass out. AgentValentine 15:21, February 15, 2010 (UTC)

I think by that time i will have died... Thanks for the info though! ^_^ Spoonodeath 15:28, February 15, 2010 (UTC)

Here to serve. :) AgentValentine 15:29, February 15, 2010 (UTC)

Time between AC1 & 2

I just noticed a small contradiction in the article: According to the plot summary, "The game begins approximately 1-2 hours after the events of Assassin’s Creed". But according to the second Trivia fact, "The game takes place the day after the end of the previous game". I don't know which one is correct, so I leave the correcting to someone who does. ;-)
-- Toa-Nuva (user page / discussion) 02:35, May 15, 2010 (UTC)

You know, that's a debate that's been going on for some time. I personally think it's the next day, probably early in the morning or around midday. Reasons: It's day outside the windows, there are no employees working except the guards (who are low in contigent) and Vidic's ain't around. Typical bussiness office saturdays if you ask me. -- D. Cello 02:41, May 15, 2010 (UTC)
I thought it was at least a week or two between AC1 and AC2 because in Desmond's opening monologue he says they took Lucy away, and when she comes to free him, Desmond asks her where she's been. If it's only been a day or a few hours, why would he ask that? There wouldn't have been enough time for him to realize that she was gone. Also, one of the trivia facts states that enough time passed between AC1 and AC2 that Desmond could relive the events of Bloodlines, which would have taken a few days at least. 20:26, March 21, 2012 (UTC)

Previous "solar flare"

The article states that the solar flare, or whatever it was, happened BEFORE the war between Those Who Came Before and their human subjects. However, I'm pretty sure Juno (Minerva elaborated on the timing of things less) from AC:B states that They were so caught up in the war with the humans, that they failed to notice the "solar flare" happening, which pretty much decimated everything and led to Them having to work with the humans (which probably led to the whole modern idea we have of humans seeking favours from the Gods, and the Gods "needing" humans in return of ancient religion). I'm not sure how well that plays into the idea of the God-human hybrids like "Adam" and "Eve" stealing the Pieces of Eden, however. 02:54, November 30, 2010 (UTC)

Maybe during their teamwork, a god/godess fell for a human. -- D. Cello 03:07, November 30, 2010 (UTC)
On another forum, someone suggested Jupiter.. which in a way, would make sense. But then again, Jupiter/Zeus was solidfying his role of Ruler of Olympos and Earth by creating the family lines of Kings.. which I'm not really sure was the goal of Those Who Came Before. :) Buuut if they revised history/our history of their past, in a way it would fit. Bacchus would also be an interesting fit, seeing as his role in Roman and Greek society was necessary to let the poplace let off steam, as it were, and his cultus was often pretty anti-Greek/Roman with iffeminate men, women leading cultus, running off screaming into the hillside... er, to cut the story short often involves a high number of mortals having sex with nymphs, satyrs, and the God himself.
.. Err, sorry for rambling here! My personal theory here is that "Adam", "Eve", and whoever else were the result of a mating between the two species, and the theft of the Pieces of Eden is was sparked the war between the two races. However, thats personal conjecture. :) -- A Black Rabbit 04:18, November 30, 2010 (UTC)
Idon't think that's a theory, but pretty much what is explained on the games oO -- D. Cello 04:23, November 30, 2010 (UTC)
Sorry, I guess I should've elaborated more. Technically Juno nor Minerva states //when// they mated with humans, before or after the war. The article is stating right now I think that it was after the war, and that Those Who Came Before were wiped out before the war due to the solar flare, which I don't think is correct (I just checked on Youtube for a video, since it's been so long since I've played the second game). My theory is that they mated before the war. :) I made a sandbox page and made an alternate version of that paragraph, but it looks like this page is locked? I guess I haven't been a member for a long enough time to edit locked pages? :) -- A Black Rabbit 05:26, November 30, 2010 (UTC)
Ay, high-traffic pages are locked to prevent vandalism. If you've registered less than a week ago, you may not be able to edit yet. -- D. Cello 18:53, November 30, 2010 (UTC)
Ah okay. Good to know! :) -- A Black Rabbit 22:01, November 30, 2010 (UTC)

Replay Missions

How do you replay missions like in Brotherhood? Tom Talk 16:22, March 6, 2011 (UTC)

you can't. Only the secret places can be replayed.
--Nisheeth (Leave message)-- 16:24, March 6, 2011 (UTC)

Oh, well thats disappointing, thanks anyway. Tom Talk 16:27, March 6, 2011 (UTC)

E3 trailer

The Trivia says that the target in the E3 trailer is from the Borgia faminy, which can be determind by seein his glove.

I had a hard time spotting it. I suggest that a image of that glovebe put up.

--Nisheeth (Leave message)-- 19:57, April 5, 2011 (UTC)

Deluxe edition contents confirmed on Steam

I couldn't edit the article to make the corrections... so I'll just leave it here for some guy with the power to edit it to look at this and edit it.

For the Assassin's Creed Deluxe edition, the Steam version (Mac and PC) has Sequences 12 and 13, the 3 bonus maps (Palazzo Medici, Santa Maria Dei Frari, and the Arsenal Shipyard).

See for yourself, Assassin's Creed II: Deluxe Edition Steam Page

Extras on the US PS3 disc version

The US disc release on PS3 includes the first episode of Lineage and the Making of Lineage videos, can anyone confirm this is limited to the US release? The PSN verson does not include these videos.


"During an interview for G4, one of the developers stated that the game starts 1-2 hours after the original Assassin's Creed ended." Thats good desinfotmation, I have tried it, it fits, the 2hours is exactly the time needed for downloading and installing the game(from steam)... :)

Actually, what he said was "The story of Desmond is basically... we follow what happened in the first game... I DON'T KNOW if it's 1 hour, 2 hours after the end of the first game, it's not really important, but that's... as soon as you start the you'll be in this room..."
NOTE: "I DON'T KNOW" and "it's not really important" (Well, since the release of Bloodlines where the Animus Subject is labeled 17 (Desmond) it is kinda important to have consistency)
(BTW, the "..."s are actual hesitation breaks by the developer during the interview)
This means the time between could be enough for Desmond to complete Altaïr's memories during Assassin's Creed: Bloodlines. This would explain why Desmond refers to Maria as "the woman from Acre", since Altaïr battles Maria in Acre in the beginning of AC:Bloodlines Dann494 19:44, December 28, 2011 (UTC)
It also explains how he knows her name. It's not stated in the first game. The Leaping Eagle (talk) 10:55, July 31, 2012 (UTC)

Memory Replay

Who thinks that Assassin's Creed II should have a memory replay option? I have replayed this game 5 times before Brotherhood came out. Ezio Auditore 20:30, March 14, 2012 (UTC)

More trailers

Do you think we could add more trailers in the video section? 17:20, March 30, 2012 (UTC)

DNA strands are not filled..?

Hello to everyone!

I just wanted to ask you guys something regarding Assassin's Creed 2. I completed the game, downloaded and passed both DLC together with secret locations, feathers, glyph...everything. Still memory blocs for beat up events, courier events, even secret locations (which I know I passed (6 seal location+templar lairs+auditore crypt)) lies empty. It doesn't change things, and I am not as silly as my questions...but it irritates me, and I would like to know what is the problem. If anyone has any information...please, advice! :)


/*special film edition*/

Yesterday i fund a new(or old) edition at my store(game).

Assassin's Creed 2 Special Film Edition and it includes:

  • The game(obviously)
  • Assassin's Creed Linage
  • 3 Comic book lithographies(tre pages from the French comic book or books, but in English)
  • Palazzo Medici and Santa Maria Del Frari

I don't now when it was released and i can only find it on ps3 and Xbox.

--ACsenior (talk) 07:03, September 22, 2012 (UTC)

In Desmond's Bleeding Effect hallucination as Altair, he retains his own face.


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