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A dagger in Renaissance Italy

A dagger is a short double-edge blade that can be used as a versatile weapon which can slash or stab an individual.

During the 15th and 16th century, the Assassin Ezio Auditore da Firenze could purchase a dagger from any blacksmith in Florence, Venice, Forlì, San Gimignano, or Monteriggioni.[1] During his attempt to erode the Borgia's power, Ezio could also purchase the weapon in Rome.[2]

The Spanish Brotherhood of Assassins also similarly utlized daggers as part of the arsenal. They were able to forge it from their hideout in the Sierra de Cazorla. With appropriate materials, they were able to forge a more refined and deadly version of the weapon.[3]

Weapon statistics

Renaissance Italy

Era Damage Speed Deflect Cost Availability
15th century Italy 1 1 2 500ƒ Sequence 3
16th century Rome 2 4 1 6,250ƒ Sequence 6

Renaissance Spain

Name Damage Speed Health Critical Chance Dodge Miss Chance Requirements
Dagger 30-40 0.75 +10 +2% +2% 5%

1,100 Coins

10 Copper Ore

10 Tin Ore

Fine Dagger 80-100 0.75 +15 +3% +3% 5%

10, 000 Coins

150 Steel Ingot

150 Hardened Leather

1 Dagger




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