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Eraicon-Altair's Chronicles

The Hidden Party
The Hidden Party
Technical information
Appearance

Assassin's Creed: Altaïr's Chronicles

Memory type

Main

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Historical information
Ancestor

Altaïr Ibn-La'Ahad

Location

Jerusalem, Ayyubid Empire

Date

1190

The Hidden Party was a virtual representation of one of Altaïr Ibn-La'Ahad's genetic memories, relived by Desmond Miles in 2012 through the Animus.

DescriptionEdit

With two keys in hand, Altaïr traveled to Jerusalem to find Lord Basilisk, holder of the third key.

DialogueEdit

  • Kadar: Well met, Altaïr!
  • Altaïr: Good to see you, Keeper!
  • Kadar: What is it that you need?
  • Altaïr: Lord Basilisk. I learned that he is in Jerusalem.
  • Kadar: Oh, an ambitious man, I see. He is a fearsome, feral warrior. Lord Basilisk idles in the King's wake. You'll spot him outright. But entering the palace of the King of Jerusalem is no small feat, I warn you. Although, as it happens, you came at the right time. The King will be holding a small party; nothing to be made public. But still, he will be out of his fortress and somewhere in the city. It should be easier for you to reach him. I don't know where this party will take place; you must find out.
  • Altaïr: Where could I learn this information?
  • Kadar: Try the City Gardens: it's the perfect place to pick up gossip on the nobility.
  • Altaïr: Thank you, Keeper.
  • Kadar: One more thing. We also have a man in the lower ranks of the King's staff. We haven't heard from him. Look into it, see if you can help him.
  • Altaïr: Alright.
  • Kadar: Good luck, Assassin!

Altaïr left the man's shop and made for the rooftops. As he approached the ground, a group of guards noticed him.

  • Guard: An Assassin?! Get him now!

Altaïr killed the guards and continued on his way, until he noticed a hill with several groups of civilians he could eavesdrop on.

  • Altaïr: I need to stop for a few seconds to overhear their conversation.
  • Civilian 1: ...fine silks... Kasira's shop... kids...
  • Civilian 2: ...fishing... lure must be... Also keep in mind...

Altaïr made it to the top of the hill.

  • Altaïr: This is it! Maybe I can find out where it's going to take place.
  • Civilian 3: Lucky man, Ayman! He was invited to this great party tonight.
  • Civilian 4: Really? How do you know that?
  • Civilian 3: He just told me. He's on the other side of the gardens. He usually takes a stroll through the gardens at this hour.

Learning where to go next, Altaïr made his way to the gardens and approached Ayman.

  • Altaïr: Ayman, right? I have not time to waste. Tell me where the King is having his party this evening.
  • Ayman: I don't have to tell you anything. Begone!
  • Altaïr: I'm not a Djinn for you to order around!

Altaïr interrogated Ayman, applying pressure to his back.

  • Ayman: Argh! I'll tell you! Just let me live! The party will be held at Lacoeur's villa, in the north part of the city! Don't kill me, please!
  • Altaïr: You've never met me. Why would I kill you?
  • Ayman: Y... Yes, of course! Never met you!

With his newly-obtained knowledge, Altaïr continued on to Lacoeur's villa.

  • Altaïr: The entrance is heavily guarded, but it's the only way in.

Altaïr fought his way through the guards in the courtyard, eventually arriving at a drawbridge.

  • Guard: Raise the bridge! We are under attack! Hurry!

Altaïr used his grappling hook to cross the gap and continued traversing the rafters until he fell into a weapons storeroom. Altaïr killed the guards inside and encountered a man nearby.

  • Altaïr: Who are you?
  • Man: I'm a friend, Assassin. I work for the King but... I am actually of Kadar's ranks. You need help to get past the entrance. Those who built this castle ensured that there was a secret passage...if one needed to get in or out of the castle unnoticed. There are four stones that need to be pressed with something heavy...for the passage to open. Use your eyes, Assassin! But first, let me open this door for you.

The man opened the weapons storeroom door, allowing Altaïr to leave.

  • Altaïr: What about you? Kadar said he hasn't heard from you in a long time.
  • Man: It's hard, now that Basilisk is around. He is always watching. Tell my master I am alright. I'll be with him soon. Good luck, Assassin.

Altaïr left the man and found the entrance to the secret passage.

  • Altaïr: That must be the passage that goes underneath the castle.

Altaïr killed the guards in the courtyard and moved four metal crates onto the four buttons, opening the secret entrance. Altaïr entered the passage and stepped on a switch, opening a distant door.

  • Altaïr: This door won't stay open for long. I need to reach it fast.

Altaïr made it to the door just in time and entered the castle, encountering Basilisk.

  • Altaïr: This must be Basilisk! The key, around his neck!
  • Basilisk: An Assassin! And one that reached me, before I snatched him out of this world. A challenge, finally!
  • Altaïr: Not really, Basilisk. I'm not here for you.

Basilisk attacked Altaïr, who engaged him in combat just long enough to grab the key from his neck. With his prize, Altaïr ran out the door.

  • Altaïr: So long, Lord Basilisk. I have the key, that's all I wanted.
  • Basilisk: You!! Come back!

OutcomeEdit

Altaïr obtained the final key and headed to Hazad's shop.

ReferenceEdit

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