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The Deacon, Part 2 was a virtual representation of one of Ezio Auditore da Firenze's genetic memories, relived by Desmond Miles in 2012 through the Animus.

DescriptionEdit

Ezio Auditore and his apprentice met again, discussing the threat Cyril of Rhodes formed for the city.

DialogueEdit

Ezio approached his apprentice.

  • Ezio: Cyril of Rhodes remains a danger to this city. Do you understand why?
  • Apprentice: I was overeager, Mentor.
  • Ezio: You were hasty, thinking only of the kill, and not the approach.
  • Apprentice: I can correct my mistake, Mentor. Cyril was spotted this morning, not far from here.
  • Ezio: Bene (Good). We will find his trail together.

Ezio and his apprentice investigated and found a dead body.

  • Apprentice: What is all this?
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Ezio and the apprentice investigating the dead body

  • Ezio: That is the body of the man who gave me Cyril's name.
  • Apprentice: The Deacon is trying to clear his trail.
  • Ezio: But not quickly enough. We can still find him.

Ezio and his apprentice continued onwards and found the Deacon.

  • Ezio: There. The Deacon. It is unwise to kill a man in plain sight. What do you propose?
  • Apprentice: I will create a diversion. If he gives chase, you follow.
  • Ezio: Bene (Good). Do it.

Ezio's apprentice pickpocketed Cyril and began to run away.

  • Cyril: Thief! You'll not get away! Guard! You cannot escape!

Cyril of Rhodes gave chase until finally catching up with the apprentice.

  • Cyril: Assassin! I should have known you brutes were behind this.
  • Apprentice: Who else, Deacon?
  • Cyril: You are meddling in affairs far outside your understanding. Go hide in your haystack! A pity you Assassins work alone. It will take longer to kill you all. So what happens now, Assassin?
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Cyril's final moments

Ezio assassinated Cyril while the Templar was distracted.

  • Cyril: What do you hope to hear, Assassin? That I regret my associations? Never. Rome abandoned us in our time of need. The west turned a blind eye to the Ottoman juggernaut. Is it any wonder that I should turn to man with more honor, more courage, and more vision? I regret nothing...
  • Ezio: Requiescat in pace.

OutcomeEdit

Ezio and his apprentice succeeded in assassinating Cyril of Rhodes, and prevented the murder attempt on the Patriarch of Constantinople.

GalleryEdit

ReferenceEdit

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