-Come no further! -Hold a moment. It’s words I bring, not steel. Offering terms of surrender then? It’s about time. You misunderstand. It’s Al Mualim who sends me, not Salah ad-Din. Assassin! What is the meaning of this?! And be quick with it! You’ve a traitor in your midst. And he has hired you to
Greetings, Altair. What news? Al Mualim has named another. Calls himself Sibrand. I am familiar with the man. Newly appointed leader of the Knights Teutonic, he resides in the Venetian quarter and runs Acre’s port. I’ll start my work at once. Here are the places where you should focus your search: on the docks east
Get up! Even earlier than usual, Doc. I’d like to get this over with as quickly as possible. If you say so… Don’t be so glum, Mr. Miles. Today is a historic day, one that will be remembered for years to come. Remembered by some of us, anyway… What happened here? Where is everyone? Gone
Safety and peace, Malik. Your presence here deprives me of both. What do you want? Al Mualim has asked– –asked that you perform some menial task in a effort to redeem yourself. So be out with it. Tell me what you can about the one they call Talal. It is your duty to locate and
Altair, it seems my students do not fully understand what it is to wield a blade. Perhaps you can show them what you know. Perfect! The work of a Master! And that, my students, is how we all should fight! You must be busy. I understand. Don’t cross your weapons around so carelessly! You won’t
Rise and shine! We’ve got quite a day ahead of us! You’re in a good mood this morning. Ms. Stillman has made some modifications to the Animus. You should be able to remain inside even longer now. And help you with your treasure hunt… This is serious business, Mr. Miles. I don’t think you fully
I applied my heart to know wisdom, and to know madness and folly. I perceived that this also was a chasing at the wind…for in much wisdom…is much grief. And he that increaseth knowledge…increaseth sorrow. We’ve got a problem. I can’t anchor him to the memory, too much psychological trauma. He’s rejecting the treatment, retreating.
Safety and peace, Malik. Were it that the city was possessed of either. Why do you trouble me today? Al Mualim has marked Majd Addin for death. What can you tell me about him? Salahuddin’s absence has left the city without a proper leader, and Majd Addin has appointed himself to play the part. Fear
-Missed you this morning, Doc. -Get in the Animus! Ready when you are. Come in, Altair. I trust you’re well rested, ready for your remaining trials? I am. But I’d speak with you first. I have questions. Ask them. I’ll do my best to answer. The Merchant King of Damas murdered the nobles who ruled
Gotta say that’s a little creepy, Doc, waking up to you standing over me. You’ve been watching me sleep? We’re always watching you. Now get up. We’ve got a lot of work to do. Oooh, wonder who I get to kill today. Don’t be so cavalier! Your ancestors almost had the right idea, Mr. Miles.