when does this happen in the game?
Woman in photo with Cesare Borgia
anybody know who the woman standing with Cesare is?
I've heard people speculate that the woman is his sister, Lucrezia Borgia (the illegitimate daughter of Rodrigo), and while that is certainly plausible, i always thought that the way she held his arm was... romantic? It could very well be a mistress of his, but this is all speculation. We may not know until the game comes out. J.h.jaraub 00:03, September 19, 2010 (UTC)
- It's not confirmed, but in real history we know that Cesare might have or did indeed mess around with his sister, if you get what I mean. So holding Cesare pretty romantically might even be a hint to that. Altaïr 4:17, September 19, 2010 (UTC)
Here's a suggestion: we put a KIA symbol (†) next to Mario's name in the Commander section of the infobox. They do that sort of thing in infoboxes when discussing KIA commanders/soldiers/etc. on Wikipedia as well as many other Wikis. — M.C.Tales 22:44, October 24, 2010 (UTC)
That's the thing: it didn't really fall. The Auditore continued their rule over the city afterwards, as you can see in the in-game database. And it's not "falled", it's "fell", Cello. =P -- Master Sima Yi 16:51, November 25, 2010 (UTC)
- Ah, fotiti. I'm italian. XD (but dully noted). Rome never fell compeltely, Romans and itallians and legacy of the Roma Empire exist there and all aroudn the globe till this day, but we still refer to it as the "Fall of the Roman Empire", cause it as it was ceased to exist. Monterrigioni, as it was, with Ezio in charge, an imponent fortress and prosperous place, ceased to be in the beggining of Brotherhood, so the title War gave is kinda of fitting in my opppinion. -- D. Cello 17:18, November 25, 2010 (UTC)
Image of Ezio on horse
I am sorry to be bothering the editors and admins but I do not know how to adjust the text to the image of Ezio on his horse during the attack. The text appears larger then the other images. Sorry for this noob error. Kaloneous 20:59, June 28, 2011 (UTC)