The Common Sword was a sword obtainable by Ezio Auditore da Firenze during the 15th and 16th centuries. He initially wielded one for a brief period before the execution of his father and brothers, but lost it when he was attacked by guards. Following his journey to Monteriggioni, Mario Auditore presented him with a replacement. Common swords were also wielded by other figures from the time, including Lorenzo de' Medici, Francesco de' Pazzi and Rodrigo Borgia. During his attempt to erode the Borgias' power, Ezio was given this sword again by Niccolò Machiavelli after he had lost all of his equipment in Cesare Borgia's assault on Monteriggioni.
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