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The Milanese Sword

The Milanese Sword was a sword made in the Milanese style.

History[]

In late 15th century, the Italian Assassin Ezio Auditore da Firenze purchased the blade from a blacksmith in Florence, Venice, Forlì, San Gimignano, or Monteriggioni.[1][2] He later lost it, but bought another in Rome during his attempt to erode the Borgia's power.[3] In 1511, when Ezio's search for the library of Altaïr Ibn-La'Ahad had led him to a Templar ambush and the subsequent loss of his gear, Ezio regained the blade in Constantinople.[4]

Weapon statistics[]

5th century BCE Greece[]

Rarity DPS (Lvl 99) Default Engravings Availability
Legendary 8257 +25% Assassin Damage
+30% Damage with Swords
Ubisoft Club
Description
It would come to be that Ezio Auditore da Firenze would be the one to acquire this sword from a blacksmith during the 15th century.

15th century Italy[]

Damage Speed Deflect Cost Availability
3 5 3 11,300ƒ Sequence 7

15th century Spain[]

Tier Damage Speed Miss Chance Modifiers Requirements
★★★★ 320-350 1.00 7% +8 Lethality
+8 Dexterity
32,000 coins
250 Toledo Steel
250 Steel Ingot
Description
Drawing on the Milanese tradition of quality swordmaking, this Milan-style rapier is made for both thrusting and slashing.

16th century Rome[]

Damage Speed Deflect Cost Availability
4 4 2 15,700ƒ Sequence 8

16th century Constantinople[]

Damage Speed Deflect Cost Availability
3 3 2 N/A Sequence 2

Gallery[]

Behind the scenes[]

The Milanese Sword, a weapon in Assassin's Creed: Revelations, is unlocked via Uplay, upon which it's added to the armory inside the Galata headquarters. Meanwhile, in Assassin's Creed: Odyssey, the sword along with the Ezio outfit was available for the player character, the Eagle Bearer, via a free weekend event in March 2020.[2]

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