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“父亲,你看不见吗?一切尽在我掌控之中。我要生则生,我要取则取。我要你死,你就得死!”
―1503年,切萨雷·博吉亚对他的父亲。[来源]-[记忆]

切萨雷·博吉亚Cesare Borgia ,1475 – 1507)是一名意大利佣兵将领,贵族,以及政治家。他是罗德里戈·博吉亚的私生子,也是刺客埃齐奥·奥迪托雷·达·佛罗伦萨的死敌。他和父亲一样都是圣殿骑士组织的成员。他最终成为了教皇军队的统帅,但他还是密谋对抗父亲,接管罗马并征服整个意大利。[2]

在他父亲死之前他就声明自己是意大利圣殿最高大师,而在在谋杀了自己的父亲之后,则完全篡夺了这一头衔。尽管他还是忠于圣殿组织,但比起他对于苹果力量的欲望来说,圣殿的目标只在其次。[3]

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早年及上位编辑

切萨雷·博吉亚生于罗马,是西班牙籍枢机主教以及圣殿骑士最高大师罗德里戈·博吉亚与他的长期情妇瓦诺莎·德·卡塔内之子。[2]

切萨雷先学习法律,在18岁就成了一名枢机主教,而他更受父亲宠爱的哥哥胡安则成为了教皇卫队的统帅。切萨雷对自己教士生涯十分不满,他嫉妒哥哥的地位和权势,于是他谋划杀掉自己的长兄。[4]

1497年,在一次发现盛开蔷薇的老板娘索拉里夫人和她的兄弟桑提诺插手了奴隶贸易后,派人教训了他们。桑提诺和索拉里夫人为了保命,同意切萨雷带走一名她们的交际花为他服务,而切萨雷选择了菲奥拉·卡瓦扎[5]

切萨雷在1497年6月14日设法在台伯岛会见了胡安,说服了胡安与菲奥拉·卡瓦扎共度一晚,然后暗中命令菲奥拉做掉了他的亲兄弟。[4]

接着他便取代了统帅的位置,从而成为了意大利最为权势滔天的人之一。当他掌握了教皇军队总帅这一职位之后,他将一群杀人如麻的亡命之徒招致身旁:如拉米罗·德奥科奥利韦罗托·达·费尔莫维泰洛佐·维泰利类,而这些人最后也被他做掉了。[4]

成为圣殿骑士领袖编辑

1496年,教皇亚历山大六世与奥尔西尼家族宣战,意图夺取罗马北部的土地,切萨雷也参与了战斗。而有一名刺客巴尔托洛梅奥·德·阿尔维阿诺也身在敌营当中。当巴尔托洛梅奥之剩下三个堡垒时,切萨雷切断了他的补给。正当胜利似乎触手可及之时,卡洛·奥尔西尼率军抵达增援了巴尔托洛梅奥,击退了教皇军,并击伤了切萨雷的脸。[6]

1498年,刺客佩罗托·卡尔代龙和切萨雷的妹妹卢克雷齐娅展开了一段亲密的关系,最终导致了卢克雷齐娅怀孕。然而切萨雷监禁了佩罗托,因为他和妹妹关系过于紧密,并且带走了他们的孩子。佩罗托设法逃脱并取回了孩子,然而他最终因为违反信条被兄弟会处决。切萨雷之后设法找回了这个孩子,将他作为自己的义子抚养,为他起名乔瓦尼·博吉亚[7]

1499年之前,切萨雷就开始着手建立属于自己的反刺客组织。他派遣了一群孤儿前去瓦隆布罗萨修道院,欺骗经验丰富的刺客拉斐尔·桑切斯训练他们至少五年,让他们“成为刺客”。接着切萨雷任命他的盟友希鲁斯·法费罗成为这个新的名为“黑鸦部队”的反刺客队伍的头领。[8]

1499年,切萨雷在堂兄胡安的陪同下,去法国路易十二结盟并向他借兵攻击弗利,在他娶了夏洛特·德阿尔布雷的同时,也笼络了奥克塔维安·德·瓦卢瓦成为自己麾下大将以及圣殿骑士一员。而老胡安也作为他的银行家为他效力。[2]

而在招募菲奥拉之后,在1497年到1502年的这段时间,他经常派遣菲奥拉去联络自己的圣殿特务手下以及招徕其他人成为自己的圣殿特务[5]

蒙特里久尼围城战编辑

“我们之间有太多的血腥冲突了,我觉得是时候清洗一下。所以,把这当作我们家族对你们家族的……邀请吧。”
―1500年,切萨雷在杀死马里奥·奥迪托雷之前对埃齐奥·奥迪托雷呼告道。[来源]-[记忆]

1500年1月,切萨雷领导了对刺客在意大利的总部蒙特里久尼袭击,来完成对刺客领导核心的奥迪托雷家族的清洗。切萨雷的军队包围了城市,击溃了堡垒的守军,并夺得了苹果,俘获了卡特琳娜·斯福尔扎以及当时的意大利刺客首领马里奥·奥迪托雷[2]

被击败的马里奥徒劳走回城中大门,然后瘫倒在地,切萨雷和他的同僚们紧紧跟上:他的妹妹卢克雷齐娅,他的头号杀手米凯莱托·科雷拉,奥克塔维安·德·瓦卢瓦男爵以及老胡安·博吉亚。[2]

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切萨雷在蒙特里久尼围城战期间拿出苹果

切萨雷收剑回鞘,对埃齐奥呼告,而埃齐奥看到了大门的情景,连忙穿过屋顶跑来营救马里奥。切萨雷说到,教皇早就告知了他刺客和苹果的事情,接着他回身拿来瓦卢瓦男爵的手枪——由埃齐奥的密友莱昂纳多·达·芬奇被迫打造。[2]

切萨雷声称,双方的冲突过于剧烈,并称“清洗已经就绪”。将手枪举到空中,将这次围攻称作一次“邀请”,接着爆了马里奥的头,杀死了他,接着埃齐奥被一堆火绳枪兵射伤。[2]

之后守军节节败退,埃齐奥率领民众进入了底下圣堂的密道。切萨雷斩下了马里奥的头颅,并率军追了上来。在前路被阻断之后,他向埃齐奥展示了马里奥的首级,声称下一个就会杀了他。在将蒙特里久尼移为废墟之后,切萨雷和他的军队以及将领团回到了罗马。[3]

意大利的活动编辑

切萨雷享受着教皇和法王的支持,并得到了瓦伦蒂诺公爵的头衔,他开始在意大利中部建立自己的势力。他推翻那些名义上是反对教皇命令的贵族们,他在1497年赶走自己妹妹的前夫乔瓦尼·斯福尔扎,让他离开罗马,后来又将他驱逐出了佩萨罗,将潘多尔福·马拉泰斯塔赶出了里米尼;在征服了法恩扎之后,他又将俘虏的年轻王子阿斯托雷三世·曼弗雷迪淹死在了台伯河中。[2] 他成为了罗马涅公爵,并被佛罗伦萨雇佣去征服皮翁比诺以及雅可波四世·阿皮亚尼[9] 1501年,他在教皇的帮助下,兵不血刃地征服了乌尔比诺。在教皇征用了乌尔比诺的炮兵之后,切萨雷轻松征服了乌尔比诺。最后在1502年,他将圭多巴尔多·达·蒙泰费尔特罗驱逐出乌尔比诺,将朱利奥·切萨雷·达·瓦拉诺驱逐出卡梅里诺。他之后让米凯莱托杀死了朱利奥·切萨雷以及他的三个儿子。[2]

镇压叛乱编辑

奥利韦罗托:“我完全没想过要伤害你,切萨雷。这完全是维泰洛佐的计划!
切萨雷:“哈!你们的牺牲对我来说可是万分宝贵的呢。
——1502年,奥利韦罗托在被米凯莱托杀死之前向切萨雷求饶。

在蒙特里久尼围城战之后,切萨雷命令拉米罗·德奥科、维泰洛佐·维泰利以及奥利韦罗托·达·费尔莫率领他的军队长驱直入罗马涅,为他征服这一地区。然而切萨雷为了平息日益水涨的民愤,处决了拉米罗作为权宜之计,而这种行为引发了其他两名将军的叛乱。[4]

奥利韦罗托和维泰洛佐都占取了部分切萨雷的土地,然而切萨雷保证如果他们再次为他效力,之前的行为既往不咎。两人同意了,重新为他效劳。然而数月之后,切萨雷为他们摆了一场鸿门宴。[4]

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切萨雷在“鸿门宴”上笑里藏刀

1502年12月31日,将军们到达了切萨雷的所在,然而切萨雷告诉他们,感谢他们对罗马涅的征服,不过也到了“鸟尽弓藏,兔死狗烹”的时候了。[4]

教皇卫兵们出现在切萨雷身旁,两人意识到自己身中埋伏,于是拔出武器冲入了战斗。虽然他们人数较寡,但他们还是战胜了守卫,向切萨雷逼近。而此时一名幸存的教皇卫兵站了起来,与维泰洛佐两败俱伤,而切萨雷趁奥利韦罗托分心之际,用武装好的射中了他的肩膀。[4]

过了一会,两人从伤痛中苏醒过来。当他们醒来时,发现自己背对背锁在一起。切萨雷和米凯莱托一同站在他们面前。虽然奥利韦罗托试图归咎于维泰洛佐,声称这些暴动都是他计划的,但切萨雷最终还是让米凯莱托绞死了他们二人,声称他们的“牺牲”对他意义非凡。[4]

罗马战争编辑

“He is ambitious, ruthless, and cruel beyond imagining. The laws of men mean nothing to him. The powerful Orsini and Colonna families have been brought to kneel at his feet, and the King of France stands at his side.”
Niccolò Machiavelli, regarding Cesare Borgia.[来源]-[记忆]

By 1500, Cesare had Rome under his iron fist as the commander of the Papal army, though he and his father occasionally disagreed on his choices. He used Borgia towers and their captains to keep control over the five districts of Rome, as he was often away for extended periods of time to oversee the advancement of his army, in a bid to unite all of Italy under his rule.[2]

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切萨雷会见他的圣殿骑士盟友

During Ezio's infiltration of the Castel Sant'Angelo in late June 1501, Cesare was seen at the stables conversing with his three generals about their plans, where he told them to play along with his father's "tired old men's club", but to remember who they really served.[2]

Subsequently, he shared a romantic moment with his sister. Cesare asked if their father had considered the funds requested by his banker, though she claimed he was away from the Castel and may need convincing. Cesare then left the Castel for Romagna to continue his campaign.[2]

In 1502, Cesare continued to make use of Leonardo da Vinci's intellect, forcing him to design several war machines for his army. However, all of Leonardo's creations were eventually stolen and destroyed by Ezio Auditore, in secret, at Leonardo's own request.[2]

Around that time, Cesare invited his presumed ally, Fiora Cavazza, to dinner in order to interrogate her about the recent deaths of some of his agents, mainly Il Lupo and Baltasar de Silva. However, Fiora denied to have any knowledge regarding their deaths. The same night, Cesare's presumed son Giovanni discovered Fiora trying to steal Cesare's Apple of Eden, and Cesare was alerted by the clamor, thus discovering Fiora, who had been frozen by its power. Cesare advanced on the immobilized Fiora, calmly telling Giovanni that he would hurt her.[5]

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Cesare and Rodrigo at the pagan party

In 1503, Cesare attended Juan Borgia's pagan party, where he gave a brief speech on a soon to be united Italy. After Cesare commanded the party to begin, Rodrigo reminded him that they had not agreed to conquer Italy. However, Cesare stated that he was now in control, although not officially, and simply told his father to enjoy himself.[2]

Later that year, Cesare had his close friend, Francesco Troche, executed by Micheletto Corella, for telling his brother of Cesare's intentions for Romagna. Cesare then ordered Micheletto to assassinate the actor Pietro Rossi, Lucrezia's secret lover.[2]

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Cesare arguing with Rodrigo

In August of 1503, due to the interference of the Roman Assassins, Cesare's army and funds had significantly diminished. Enraged, Cesare confronted Rodrigo, demanding to know what had happened. There, Cesare and Rodrigo argued over the former's insatiable lust for power. Rodrigo commented that he had given Cesare all he had, yet his son was never satisfied.[2]

Cesare demanded that his father give him the Apple of Eden, but Rodrigo refused. At this point, Lucrezia barged in, crying out to her brother that their father was attempting to poison him with the bowl of apples he had left out.[2]

An outraged Cesare responded by charging Rodrigo and shoving the poisoned apple down his throat, suffocating him. Cesare then demanded the Apple's whereabouts from Lucrezia, who confessed under much pressure. However, Ezio beat Cesare to St. Peter's Basilica, the Apple's location, and retrieved the Piece of Eden before him.[2]

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Cesare being arrested

Cesare's rule spiraled downward from there. Cesare had consumed enough of the poison to leave him weak for months; while he recovered, the Assassins used the Apple to dwindle his remaining forces, while the cardinals of the Curia refused to support the Templar, branding the Borgia's money "tainted".[2]

Cesare sent Micheletto to retrieve his armies from the northern battlefield in order to reclaim Rome, however, he was confronted by the highest-ranking Assassins as he awaited his return. As the last of his followers fell, Fabio Orsini arrived with the Papal Guard and a warrant for Cesare's arrest by the order of Pope Julius II. Cesare was taken away, imprisoned, and later exiled to Spain.[2]

From Rome to Spain编辑

“This is not how it ends! Chains will not hold me! I will not die by the hand of man!”
―Cesare Borgia, during his arrest, 1503.[来源]-[记忆]

Subsequently following his arrest, Cesare was imprisoned in the Castel Sant'Angelo. However, he was able to escape the prison and flee. Somehow, Cesare managed to go to Firenze in order to execute a weaponsmith called Demetrio, who had refused to continue creating Corvix Blades for the Crows and was plotting to kill Cesare after the latter cut his tongue, however, an Assassin saved Demetrio before he could be executed.[8] Though Cesare was later recaptured, Pope Julius II concluded that Cesare needed to be transferred to a more secure prison, and had the Templar moved to the Castillo de la Mota, Aragon, in Spain. Though Ezio had intended to kill Cesare despite his imprisonment, he was unaware of where Cesare had been transferred. He, Machiavelli, and Leonardo began tracking him down, while Micheletto, who had evaded imprisonment and remained loyal to Cesare, planned for his master's escape.[3]

In 1506, Micheletto bribed a prison guard at the Castillo. Having had rope smuggled in for him, Cesare climbed down from his window and snuck past the main gate in his stolen guard uniform. Meeting with Micheletto, he was informed that Ezio was currently tracking him, though he said nothing on the matter. Micheletto then told his master that he had made arrangements in Valencia. With this, Cesare made his escape, and rode to Valencia with Micheletto.[3]

Attack on Valencia编辑

Cesare:“You got me out of La Mota, sure, and you up my hopes. But now look where you have got me!
Micheletto:“Master, all my men are dead. I have done what I could.
Cesare:“And failed!
——Cesare before bursting into a tirade about Micheletto and killing him, Valencia, 1506.[来源]

Following his escape, Cesare began to rebuild his forces in Valencia, with men volunteering to enter his service and setting up a large military encampment. Whilst Cesare was raising a small army, he spent most of his time coordinating battle tactics at the Lone Wolf Inn. Ezio and Machiavelli soon discovered this, however, and were able to destroy the encampment and twelve ships with Leonardo's hand-held bombs.[3]

Later, they spied on him from the roof of the Lone Wolf. Cesare blamed Micheletto for the Assassins' attack, and insulted him as a dog, remarking that he should find somewhere to die. During his tirade against Micheletto, Cesare claimed that he would cross the borders and join his brother-in-law, King John III of Navarre to seek his aid.[3]

Though Micheletto begged Cesare, and reminded him of his loyal service, Cesare continued to insult him. However, this rebounded on Cesare, as Micheletto, realizing how little his service meant to his ungrateful master, attempted to murder Cesare by strangling him. However, Cesare was able to shove Micheletto away and shoot him in the head, killing him. Ezio and Machiavelli, who had watched the scene unfold, made a noise from above. Cesare, who heard this, fired his rifle and wounded Machiavelli.[3]

Ezio then took Machiavelli to a doctor instead of attacking Cesare, giving the Templar a chance to escape Valencia and cross the borders to the Kingdom of Navarre.[3]

Siege of Viana and death编辑

“I will lead mankind into a new world! You cannot kill me! No man can murder me!”
―Cesare Borgia's last words, 1507.[来源]-[记忆]
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Cesare fighting Ezio in Viana

In March of 1507, Cesare tried to regain his lost honor by commandeering John III's vast army during the Siege of Viana, after which, should he be victorious, he would regain the support of the French. However, unbeknownst to him, Ezio caught wind of Cesare's involvement in the battle and set out for Viana.[2]

During the siege, Ezio located and charged Cesare on the battlefield, though Cesare held him back just long enough to dodge his Hidden Blade and flee, screaming at his men to kill the Assassin as he retreated. Ezio's pursuit was delayed by several cannonball impacts that stunned him, and incapacitated the other soldiers in the area.[2]

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Ezio letting Cesare fall to his death

Ezio soon caught up to him on the outskirts of the castle walls, where Cesare had his soldiers kill a civilian woman, who was crying for him to help her son, who had been injured. Ezio eventually faced Cesare on the walls of Viana Castle and fought against him, with Cesare wielding a sword and a pistol.

Though Cesare attacked with speed and skill, while also periodically calling reinforcing troops, Ezio nevertheless defeated him, eventually pinning him to the ground. When Cesare vowed not to die at the hands of man, Ezio declared that he would leave Cesare "in the hands of Fate", and threw him off of the castle wall to his death.

个性特征编辑

罗德里戈:“我们没同意你征服意大利。
切萨雷:“如果你英明的总帅说我们可以这样,为何不高兴一点,任其发生呢?
——1503年,罗德里戈质疑切萨雷·博吉亚的野心。[来源]

切萨雷生于圣殿骑士组织之中,他和许多的兄弟姐妹一样,作为父亲的武器被抚养成长。然而,切萨雷富有号召力,他残酷,好斗并且野心勃勃。为了获取权力,他可以变得极尽无情,不择手段,甚至能杀害自己的家人和朋友。[4] 切萨雷也十分残忍,他喜欢在阳台用弩虐杀博吉亚的囚犯们,并乐在其中。[9]

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切萨雷和卢克雷齐娅接吻

切萨雷和他的妹妹卢克雷齐娅有着一段乱伦恋情,他曾向她保证说当他统治意大利之后,她会成为他的王后。正因如此,他经常会在得知她和其他男人调情之后陷入疯狂的嫉妒与愤恨之中,尽管她与其他男人有关系经常是为了报复切萨雷的不忠或是极端控制欲。[2]

然而,在他试图找到苹果的位置时,他还是粗暴地对卢克雷齐娅进行了身体上的攻击,而对于她含泪的问题则回答说“你是我的妹妹,仅此而已。”尽管如此,切萨雷还是和妹妹保持联系知道死亡,承诺着说自己会重新掌权。[2]

切萨雷也发展出了一种自命为神的复杂人格,他相信自己不会被普通人束缚或者杀死。他也认为自己能比教皇更有权力,似乎没有意识到父亲的教皇身份地位是他最初获得权力的起因。就算在他死前的时候他也坚信这贯彻一生的信念。[2]

装备和技能编辑

埃齐奥:“我是从你的话中听出了钦佩吗?
马基雅维利:“他知道如何践行自己的意志。这在当今是一种罕见的品质。
——1500年,埃齐奥和马基雅维利讨论切萨雷的领导力。[来源]
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切萨雷奋力抵挡埃齐奥的进攻

切萨雷作为教皇军队的统帅,是一名有才能的领袖,带领军队获取了许多胜利。切萨雷也是一名熟练的剑士,轻而易举地杀死了几名比亚纳士兵,并且还能在染上“新疾病”的时候能和埃齐奥·奥迪托雷在近身剑斗中战得难解难分。切萨雷也是一个杰出的斗牛士,在没有帮助的情况下轻松杀死一头公牛。[3] 切萨雷也是十分懂得战术的将军,他能借助教皇的力量,轻而易举占领乌尔比诺;他也能趁着刺客没有察觉的时候偷袭了蒙特里久尼;[2] 他还能为刺客设套,让自己的手下捕杀刺客。[9]

切萨雷是一个熟练的操纵者,他在手下聚集了许多追随者。虽然有些追随者只是利用切萨雷来获取个人利益,但他本人却在操纵他们,对他的追随者们有着自己的计划:如果他们背叛了自己或者失去了用处之后自己该怎样处置他们。[4] 在他的眼里,就算是曾经控制欲极强、极具权势的父亲也不过是一个傀儡和垫脚石。马基雅维利自己也曾说他尊重切萨雷巩固权力的技巧。埃齐奥也十分清楚切萨雷的能力,深知无论他是被赶下台还是被监禁时,他永远都是一个威胁。[2]

切萨雷在罗马使用一把护手双刃剑来武装自己,而在比亚纳围城战时用的是一把普通的剑。切萨雷还会在战斗中挥舞手枪和匕首。[3] 他还擅长使用弩箭。[4][9]

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Appearance and behavior
  • In the novelization of Brotherhood, Cesare's face had been apparently deformed by the "New Disease", and he had resorted to wearing a mask. However, in the game, he is never seen with either said deformity or mask.
    • Historically, Cesare was infected by the recent outbreak of syphilis and resorted to wearing a mask in public.
  • According to the Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood novel, Cesare excelled at bullfighting. Machiavelli believed he showed such an interest in the sport due to its origins in Spain, and his aggressive nature.
  • Cesare Borgia was married to Charlotte d'Albret, who bore him a daughter named Louise. This is never mentioned in the game, although Ezio visits her in the novelization. He actually died while fighting for her brother, John d'Albret of Navarre.
Combat
  • Despite being shown to be adept with a crossbow in both Assassin's Creed: Project Legacy and Assassin's Creed: Ascendance, Cesare never wields the weapon in Brotherhood.
  • Since Cesare is immune to executions or counters, and would even harm Ezio on the Assassin's attempts to counter-kill him, Cesare could only be killed by whittling down his defense through attacking repeatedly or by being shot by Ezio's Hidden Gun.
Mobile game
  • In the non-canonical mobile adaptation of Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood, Cesare Borgia attacks Monteriggioni, kills Mario Auditore, and steals the Apple of Eden in 1486, the year the entire game, along with the mobile prequel is set. Unlike the canonical game, Cesare Borgia is not confronted by the Assassins at the Piazza del Popolo in 1503 after losing the Apple only to be arrested by Fabio Orsini, nor is he killed by Ezio Auditore in personal combat years later in 1507 at the Siege of Viana. Instead, he is confronted by Ezio Auditore in 1486 at the Roman Colosseum after the assassination of all his allies but still with the Apple in hand, which he uses in his duel with Ezio. The fight is separated into two stages:
    • In the first stage, Cesare, augmented by the Apple, performs several techniques, some lightning-themed.
      • He charges his sword in an upward swing followed by two more rapid slashes, all while emitting lightning bolts in an expanding radius around him.
      • He charges at Ezio with an augmented burst of speed.
      • He fires his pistol.
      • Once he has nearly lost half his health, he holds out the Apple to blast Ezio away with an explosion of lightning around him.
      • From then on, he adds an additional combat maneuver to his arsenal: that of throwing cross-shaped energy grenades that detonate in electric shockwaves upon impact.
    • Eventually over-exhaustion from the Apple of Eden sets in, giving Ezio the opportunity to trounce him before stabbing him through the gut with his sword. The critically injured Cesare does not succumb to this wound, and fueled by the Apple, is able to not only partially recover, but flee to upper stages of the stadium where Ezio catches up to him for a resumption of their duel. At this point, Cesare outright absorbs the Apple of Eden, which transforms him into a powered-up state with an orange aura. In this state he is capable of the following feats, which he employs in his fight in addition to those he performed in the previous stage:
      • He hovers off the ground, with a pool of lightning beneath him.
      • He charges a ball of lightning in his hand, which he then thrusts at Ezio by charging at him with augmented speed.
      • He slashes with his lightning-empowered sword, only unlike his initial combo, this focuses the lightning bolt outward in a focused direction: towards Ezio.
      • By slamming the ground, he summons a trap of dark lightning from underneath Ezio, which, after shocking him with electric tendrils, crucifies him in a cross entirely composed of electricity.
    • All of these attacks are unblockable to Ezio, who is forced to evade them all. Cesare is also invulnerable to damage in his state. Only after casting his lightning crucifixion technique does he become weakened enough to be injured—which Ezio exploits after breaking free of the trap through force of will alone.
    • The pattern repeats until Cesare is at last mortally wounded; Ezio then finishes him by first kicking his face, then grabbing him by his neck with one hand, choking him, whereby he proceeds to use his other hand to stab him three times and slash him two times with his Hidden Blade. After seizing the Apple of Eden, Ezio immediately uses it to unleash a pillar of lightning around him that blasts Cesare away. As Cesare is blown away, Ezio utilizes his Apple-augmented speed to rapidly dash behind him and kick him back, then dash forward to intercept him once more and slam his body into the ground. From there, he executes his archenemy with one final thrust of his sword down into his head. Unlike the main game, Ezio in the mobile version is expressly motivated to kill Cesare and his allies only out of vengeance for Mario's death.
Others
  • His given name is the Italian variation of the name Caesar.
  • Historically, it is said that Niccolò Machiavelli greatly admired Cesare. However, in Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood, while Machiavelli respects his ability to enforce his will, he also seeks to eliminate Cesare and his family members alongside Ezio. Despite this, he does write a book based partially on Cesare's political life.
  • Cesare has been compared to other Roman Templar rulers. Giovanni Borgia relived the memories of Marcus Junius Brutus through the Bleeding Effect and mistook Cesare for Julius Caesar, attempting to kill Cesare with a knife.[7] Ezio Auditore compared Cesare to Caligula, due to the similarities in their arrogant, narcissistic personalities.[3]
  • It is suggested that Cesare was a pagan. When he confronted Ezio at Viana, he boasted that Fortuna will not fail him. Fortuna was an ancient Roman goddess of Luck though Fortuna also meant fortune in Italian.
  • Historically, Cesare was killed by an ambush of four Vianan Knights during the Siege of Viana where they stripped him of his luxurious garments and jewels including his mask that he covered in his face when he contracted syphilis and the knights only left him a red tile to cover up his gentiles.
  • When replaying the memory in Viana, after the cutscene in which Ezio drops Cesare from the castle walls, his body can be seen when looking down from the battlements before the memory fades out.
  • When talking to Shaun in the Sanctuary, he mentions that Cesare sent the Pope a letter about the night of his wedding with his French wife, and that he had "done the deed eight times".
  • In the novelization, Cesare's personal crest was described as "two red bulls quartered with fleur-de-lis", the coat of arms of Duke of Valentinois. In the game however, he wasn't given a personal crest.
  • Cesare is mentioned in Assassin's Creed: Revelations during "The Prince's Banquet", where Ezio disguises himself as a minstrel and sings about Cesare's death.
  • There is an action figure of Cesare available, supplied by the UK branch of the Amazon retailer.
  • Cesare is represented in two mnemonic sets in Assassin's Creed: Project Legacy: the "Borgia Family" set, and the "Shroud of Turin" set.
  • Cesare can be seen very briefly in the introduction to Assassin's Creed III, holding the Apple of Eden.

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