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The Gold Edition of AC Syndicate was supposed to contain only one DLC mission, The Darwin and Dickens Conspiracy, but now it also has the Runaway Train DLC mission, courtesy of Ubisoft. -- Mustavi Sadi Aryan 22:44, November 11, 2015 (UTC)
Where did you guys get the picture of Malik's decapitated head? Is it from AC: Memories? -- Mustavi Sadi Aryan 00:33, December 30, 2015 (UTC)
Armour of Brutus
Stop adding that Ezio's bracers in Revelations are similar to that of the Armour of Brutus. If two people disagree with you, then the resemblance can't be all that striking. --Crimson Knight Intercom 18:12, October 4, 2015 (UTC)
They actually look somewhat the same. Look at it yourself. There are some differences. -- Mustavi Sadi Aryan 21:15, October 12, 2015 (UTC)
Connor and Edward's robes
Uh, so, like Stormbeast and I have written in the edit summaries, there's no need to add the info about Edward's robes being repurposed into Connor's robes on the outfit articles. That's not what those articles are for, and the info is already on the relevant pages, aka Connor's and Edward's. So, could you please stop re-adding the trivia? That'd be much appreciated. Crook The Constantine District 15:17, October 12, 2015 (UTC)
But it's true. It was confirmed. If what you say is true, where can I find the articles you speak of? Mustavi Sadi Aryan 00:49, October 13, 2015 (UTC)
- Oh, I know, I'm not saying you're wrong about that fact. I meant that this information is already present on the Connor and Edward Kenway articles/pages (under the "equipment and skills" header). Anyways, I'll see about re-adding the trivia, albeit in a shortened form. Crook The Constantine District 19:10, October 12, 2015 (UTC)
Assassin's Creed II Trivia
Why is my edit of Assassin's Creed II of being permanently offline by Semptember 2012 being removed? That actually happened. Ubisoft patched all Ubisoft games that once required an internet connection to launch or play by September 2012. Assassin's Creed II can now be played offline.
You need a one-time internet connection and activation to play the game offline. You can then use Uplay to run the game properly. Even if you set Uplay to "Force Uplay to run in Offline Mode" and then disconnect from your internet, you can still launch and run the game offline, permanently, anytime, anywhere. Mustavi Sadi Aryan 03:30, October 15, 2015 (UTC)
- There's a point at which trivia becomes too long, Mustavi. You added so much information, it became hard to see what the point was of the trivia in the first place. Some of it began to sound like a guide for how to play Assassin's Creed II offline, which is not the function of trivia. I also didn't see the relevance of the United States Army bit or the ddos attack. Crook The Constantine District 21:37, October 14, 2015 (UTC)
- See wikipedia. It's not a guide. This is how others play it legally. Ubisoft gave these instructions themselves. They ditched always-online for playing or even launching any single player game of theirs forever. Oh, you also missed the point that the Digital Deluxe Edition also contains the Bonus Dye for Ezio's robes. Mustavi Sadi Aryan 04:03, October 15, 2015 (UTC)
The Gold Edition of Assassin's Creed: Revelations and its description of having all the downloadable content, including "The Lost Archive", is not present in the wiki. Please add it. Thank you.
- I'm going to copy Jasca's message to Dipson from a few days ago: "Feel free to take the initiative. In the time it took you to write this message, you were free to add the information yourself." Other users will make adjustments if necessary. Crook The Constantine District 20:03, October 15, 2015 (UTC)
- I am unable to add new editions as I cannot access source mode and do not know how to do so. Please help. Mustavi Sadi Aryan 20:03, October 15, 2015 (UTC)
- Yeah, no problem. Any article with complex coding will put you in source mode automatically by the way, so you shouldn't have any trouble accessing it on the Assassin's Creed: Revelations page - however, tabbers can be a bit confusing if you're new, so I'll have a go at adding the Gold Edition.
Altaïr and Maria
My edit of Altair and Maria questoning Abbas about the reason for Sef's death has been removed. The edit signifying Altair's realization of why Sef was killed was also removed. I was just typing in the parts which were missing from the wiki. Please check your articles carefull to make sure you have not missed anything. Thanks. Mustavi Sadi Aryan 20:32, October 16, 2015 (UTC)
- You know, I do usually provide a justification in the edit summaries when I remove stuff :P
- So, the Encyclopedia has verified that the canon for Abbas and Altaïr's confrontation is what happens in The Secret Crusade novel, not Assassin's Creed: Revelations. Maria saying that "if the truth gave them an excuse, they would act on it" does not happen in the novel, so it doesn't really need to be on the wiki. Also, generally, you don't need to write down every line of dialogue they say - you won't see that on Wikipedia pages either. I've double-checked and there's a small bit I can re-add, but the rest doesn't occur in both media, so I can't put it on the page. Crook The Constantine District 14:18, October 16, 2015 (UTC)
- Not all parts of the novel are canon. Mustavi Sadi Aryan 20:32, October 16, 2015 (UTC)
- Yes, I know. Usually, when the information from the novel contradicts the information from the corresponding game, we regard the information from the game as canon. However, the Encyclopedia echoes the events described in the novel, meaning that the confrontation between Abbas and Altaïr depicted in Revelations isn't canon. The game's depiction also rather glaringly forgets to include the reveal of Malik's death, having been decapitated. So, in this scenario, we stick with what is described in the novel. Crook The Constantine District 14:45, October 16, 2015 (UTC)
- With the exception of the modern day aspects of the FGN, everything in the novels is canon. It is simply of case of recognising which source is a higher aspect of canon than the other. Typically, whatever happens in-game is considered gospel, as they are the highest tier of canon we have available; the encyclopaedia is level to the games in this regard. Since the encyclopaedia states that events proceeded as depicted in the novel, on this occasion we must follow the novella's depiction of events. --Jasca Ducato (talk | contributions) 14:49, October 16, 2015 (UTC)
- It would be Ubisoft's fault to not add Malik's decapitated head being shown. Altaïr did ask about the reason for Sef's death. Maybe Malik's head being shown was cut off due to it being too graphic. Mustavi Sadi Aryan 17:47, November 11, 2015 (UTC)
Hidden Blade mechanism
The Hidden Blade is actually ring activated. If worn on the ring finger, it will require the flick of the wrist movement to work properly. The wrist must be flicked fast and with a lot of force for the ring to deploy or retract the blade itself. Edward Kenway may have been lying in the novel so as to trick others into believing that the hidden blade worked without any mechanism like magic. Since the series and the games themselves try to be as realistic as possible, a mechanism like that is impossible. Altaïr designed the ring mechanism himself. Why this edit is being removed is beyond me.
- What are you basing that claim on? Where does it say that Altaïr designed the ring mechanism himself, and if so, how did the Hidden Blades before Altaïr's time as Mentor work? The AC series is a series where people leap from several stories high into a haystack and survive unscathed - it is not hyperrealistic. Without adequate proof, your explanation is speculative, meaning we can't add it to the articles. Also, please sign your posts. Crook The Constantine District 18:12, October 31, 2015 (UTC)
- You know this isn't how talk-pages work, right? --Crimson Knight Intercom 23:00, October 31, 2015 (UTC)
- To actually perform a leap of faith, the haystack needs to be placed in such a way that the impact is spread out. Then, we need to climb down slowly and then reach an appropiate height to make the jump. No wonder an Assassin back at the 1191 siege of Masyaf broke his leg due to not carefully calculating his measurements and making the jump correctly. A concept art showed Altaïr's hidden blade modified with the ring after Al Mualim's death. Before Altaïr's reign as mentor, it worked with the removal of the ring finger for the blade to pass through. The string is what is required. You pull the string and the blade comes out or retracts. Constantly moving the hand downwards will result in the lower arm getting dislocated or the hidden blade itself coming off. The ring mechanism also requires a flick of the wrist, albeit with a lot more force and speed compared to the game. Arno's hidden blade came out when he moved his hand upward. The same thing applies for the ring mechanism. The gloves may hide the ring. Also if you touched or patted someone while you flicked your wrist the blade would come out and accidentally stab and kill that person. Which is why a safety mechanism is required. Mustavi Sadi Aryan 16:12, November 11, 2015 (UTC)
Did anyone see that air assassination is actually possible in Assassin's Creed? See this video at this link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vkR1NrtRTw8 at 2:18, then you'll see. Please add this important bit of info to the appropriate places. THNX! Mustavi Sadi Aryan 02:42, January 2, 2016 (UTC)
- I'll probably move what you'd added to Altaïr's page to the Assassin's Creed (the game) article. Now, it's been quite a while since I've played the first AC game, so I probably need a refreshes. Is it really not possible to perform air assassinations, unless you move yourself into these really specific spots? Crook The Constantine District 20:48, January 1, 2016 (UTC)
- Yes. You won't be able to air assassinate unless in specific positions. The same movement animations are also in the Ezio trilogy based on the Anvil Game engine, not AnvilNext. Also, you can air assassinate while hanging from a ledge of a building, but be warned, if you don't target your enemy, you may end up killing a civilian. Mustavi Sadi Aryan 15:58, January 2, 2016 (UTC)
In Assassin's Creed 1, in the console version, sometimes when it freezes, after a reset, a clone of Altair will appear. It will move run, climb, fight and assassinate like the real Altair. If the real Altair moves, the clone moves as well. If you assassinate the clone, you will be desynchronized, but Altair will remain standing, and the clone will be gone, unless another freeze and reset occurs. Mustavi Sadi Aryan 15:58, January 2, 2016 (UTC)
La Volpe's Eagle Vision
"La Volpe was rumored to have a type of Eagle Vision that allowed him to see through walls. Whether this is true or not, such a type of Eagle Vision has been confirmed to be true, as in the case of Arno Dorian and the Frye twins."
What's the source on that? If La Volpe does have "a kind of" Eagle Vision, that should probably be noted on his article, rather than the Eagle Vision article. Crook The Constantine District 18:35, January 5, 2016 (UTC)
Assassin's Creed II is the source, obviously. Mustavi Sadi Aryan 13:55, January 6, 2016 (UTC)
- Where in Assassin's Creed II is it implied he has Eagle Vision then? Crook The Constantine District 08:11, January 6, 2016 (UTC)
- Not implied, rumored, in the database. But whether he had it or not, this type of Eagle Vision exists. That is what I'm trying to say. I only said that La Volpe was rumored to have a type of Eagle Vision that allowed him to see through walls, not that he really had it. Mustavi Sadi Aryan 13:55, January 6, 2016 (UTC)
Sepahi Riding Armor
"In the memory image, Ezio is seen wearing a colored version of the Sepahi Riding Armor, even though this version of the armor is not usable at all in gameplay."
Why is it not usable during gameplay? If Ezio buys it, I'd expect him to wear it, so this piece of trivia has me kind of confused. What do you mean by this exactly? Are you talking about the dye? Crook The Constantine District 08:40, January 6, 2016 (UTC)
Not the dye robes, the color on the armor. There is a blue color on the armor even in the blacksmith. Mustavi Sadi Aryan 16:08, January 6, 2016 (UTC)
Massive spoiler in AC: Embers
So I was watching AC: Embers on youtube and when Ezio sat on the bench moments before his death, I saw that guy who told Ezio to have courage just before Ezio passed away. That guy had a Templar insignia on his bracer. Don't worry though, the guy had no poison to kill Ezio at all. at all. See it below.
Mustavi Sadi Aryan 20:10, January 6, 2016 (UTC)
Actually, about the achievement thing, it was revealed to be true. See this video. Ubisoft Toronto helped in this video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jw7T1MZtmpU Pause at 2:56 and see for yourself. And please add this achievement to your AC: Unity achievement list. -- Mustavi Sadi Aryan, 17:41, January 30, 2016 (UTC)
- I believe Sima's talking about edits like these. Stormbeast ♉ The Helpful Place 12:13, January 30, 2016 (UTC)
- Oh. But why is the achievement thing being removed?
"although Ubisoft did warn that Jacob was to remain bisexual in fandom and not the main series."
I'm not sure what you mean by this, and I'm also not sure where it came from. Where did Ubisoft warn that Jacob was to "remain bisexual in fandom"? Cause that sounds like he, canonically, isn't bisexual at all. Which kind of clashes with the statement of the official AC Tumblr. I'd love some clarification on this :/ Crook The Constantine District 15:29, February 10, 2016 (UTC)
The Ubisoft employee said this. Whatever is said in the end contained no proof I found when I played the game. Jacob was actually shocked when Maxwell kissed him. Gay people and bisexuals never get shocked like this. Besides, to be bisexual/homosexual, one must also perform anal sex. -- Mustavi Sadi Aryan, 01:12, February 13, 2016 (UTC)
- What? Sure they do - Jacob was not prepared for that kiss, of course he'd be shocked, no matter what his sexual orientation was. Anyways, both Jeffrey Yohalem and the official AC Tumblr account respectively hinted and confirmed that Jacob was bisexual, even if this was not evident in the game itself. As for your last sentence, congrats on your ignorance. Men do not need to perform anal sex before they get their official "you're gay/bi" stamp card :/ Crook The Constantine District 21:29, February 12, 2016 (UTC)
Mustavi, you can't just delete warnings given by members of the staff. We have to see who's been previously given a warning. If you're adamant on this you can move your current talkpage to User talk:Mustavi Sadi Aryan/Archive so we can still find your previous talk page messages without having to sift through the page history, but do not delete the warning again. -- Master Sima Yi Talk 11:47, February 13, 2016 (UTC)
How do I do it? I got the warning, won't have to do the mistake again. Please tell me how to move my talkpage somewhere else. -- Mustavi Sadi Aryan, 22:18, February 13, 2016 (UTC)