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Thursday, November 20, 2014

Final Report presentation 2/4

Here is a small biography of my favorite assassin Ezio Auditore
Ezio was born into the nobility on June 24, 1459, in the city of Florence. Ezio led an affluent, care-free lifestyle until a tragic turn of events changed his life forever. Betrayed by corrupt Nobles, Ezio's family were the victims of an evil plot that ultimately took the lives of his father and brothers. Of the Auditore men, only Ezio was able to escape because the capturing happened while Ezio was running errands for his father. Through Ezio's help however, both his mother and younger sister managed to survive, finding a way to escape the city with him.
From the day of his family's execution, Ezio is labeled a criminal and a traitor. This atrocity leads to Ezio beginning the ways of the Assassins. With the help of a good friend Leonardo da Vinci, Ezio is able to get one of his father's weapons, the Hidden Blade, and uses it to kill Uberto Alberti, one of the men responsible for the execution. Afterward, Ezio flees with his mother and sister out of Florence to Monteriggioni and meet with his uncle Mario, who saves them from an attack from another family, the Pazzi. Mario teaches Ezio how to fight, and soon, Ezio and Mario are able to corner one of the Pazzi and Ezio assassinates him. Soon, Ezio continues his work as an Assassin, killing numerous enemies and helping many factions such as the Thieves, Courtesans, and Mercenaries. But a new enemy named Rodrigo Borgia is discovered by Ezio to be a sworn enemy to his father, Giovanni. Time goes on, with Ezio continuing to bring criminals to justice and his hunt for Borgia continues, in a quest that takes him to several important cities of the Italian Renaissance. But soon, when Ezio finally corners Borgia in Venezia .An ancient ceremony is then conducted, and Ezio is inducted into the ranks of the Assassins.

2 comments:

  1. "my favorite assassin" - what a scary phrase, out of context.

    Good presentation yesterday, Francisco.

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