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[[File:AC bureau concept.png|thumb|250px|The interior of the Damascus Assassin bureau]]
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'''刺客分部'''(Assassin bureau,或译刺客支部,刺客组织联络站等)是[[刺客]]控制下的安全屋,位于城市之中,是刺客在城市中执行暗杀任务期间的藏身处,与[[Cyprus|塞浦路斯]]抵抗组织的安全屋类似。<ref name="AC">''[[Assassin's Creed]]''</ref>
   
{{Quote|You must now report to each Bureau leader before carrying out your task.|Al Mualim.|Assassin's Creed}}
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在第三次十字军东征期间,[[Acre|阿卡]],[[Damascus|大马士革]]和[[Jerusalem|耶路撒冷]]等城市都可以找到刺客组织的分部。在海盗的黄金时代,在[[Nassau|拿骚]],[[Havana|哈瓦那]],[[Kingston|金斯敦]]等城市也有刺客分部,此外[[Cayman Islands|开曼群岛]]附近还有一个玩家无法抵达的分部。<ref name="AC4">''[[Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag]]''</ref>
[[File:AC bureau concept.png|thumb|300px|The interior of the Damascus Assassin bureau]]
 
An '''Assassin bureau''' was an [[Assassins|Assassin]]-controlled safehouse located in cities during the [[Third Crusade]]. It served as a safe haven for Assassins during assassination missions, and were similar to the Resistance safehouses found in [[Cyprus]].
 
   
A Bureau could be found in [[Acre]], [[Damascus]], and [[Jerusalem]].
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==功能==
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Bureaus acted as sanctuaries for members of the Assassin Order, where their users could physically and mentally prepare themselves for a mission, allowing them to restock on [[weapons]], sleep or meditate. It also allowed Assassins a place to wait for the appropriate moment to strike, or for the dust to settle after an assassination.
   
==Function==
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Inside each bureau resided a leader, who held either the rank of [[Rafiq]] or higher. They would often give Assassins useful information on where to learn more about [[assassination targets]]. Once the strike had been planned and approved by the bureau leader, an Assassin was given a [[Feathers|feather]] to soak in the blood of their target as proof of their success.<ref name="AC"/>
The Bureau acted as a sanctuary for members of the Assassin Order, where they could physically and mentally prepare themselves for a mission, allowing them to restock on [[weapons]], sleep or meditate. It also allowed them a place to wait for the appropriate moment to strike, or for the dust to settle after an assassination.
 
   
Inside each Bureau resided a Bureau leader, who held either the rank of [[Rafiq]] or higher. They would often give Assassins useful information on where to learn more about [[assassination targets]]. Once the strike had been planned and approved by the Bureau leader, an Assassin was given a [[feathers|feather]] to soak in the blood of his target as proof of his success.
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==建筑==
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[[File:AC1 Bureau Side Chamber.png|thumb|250px|A Third Crusade bureau's main chamber]]
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The exterior of the building was typically quite discreet, resembling that of common construction, although they did not have any obvious windows or doors.
   
==Building==
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The entrance was usually located on the roof, which could be reached by either climbing the walls or via a ladder located in an entry alley, for instance. This was likely to be a measure to prevent curious [[civilians]] (or more importantly, the city [[guards]]), from stumbling upon it.<ref name="AC"/>
[[File:AC1 Bureau Side Chamber.png|thumb|250px|The Bureau's main chamber]]
 
The exterior of the building was quite discreet, resembling that of common construction, although it did not have any obvious windows or doors.
 
 
The entrance was located on the roof, which could be reached by either climbing the walls or via a ladder located in an entry alley. This was likely as a measure to prevent curious [[civilians]] (or more importantly, the city [[guards]]), from stumbling upon it.
 
   
 
===Main chamber===
 
===Main chamber===
The main chamber served as the entrance hall to the Bureau, and was a small living area comprised of two fountains, potted plants and several pillows and carpets. This place was intended as a location for Assassins to rest before and after assassinations.
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The main chamber served as the entrance hall to the bureau, and was a small living area comprised of two fountains, potted plants and several pillows and carpets. This place was intended as a location for Assassins to rest before and after assassinations.
   
The walls were decorated with hanging carpets and the [[Assassin insignia]], while the ceiling was grated with an opening that acted as an entrance into the Bureau. When the city guards were on alert, the opening was closed with a grated panel.
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The walls were decorated with hanging carpets and the [[Assassin insignia]], while the ceiling was grated with an opening that acted as an entrance into the Bureau. When the city guards were on alert, the opening was closed with a grated panel.<ref name="AC"/>
   
 
===Leader's chamber===
 
===Leader's chamber===
 
[[File:AC1 Bureau Main Chamber.png|thumb|250px|left|The Bureau leader's chamber]]
 
[[File:AC1 Bureau Main Chamber.png|thumb|250px|left|The Bureau leader's chamber]]
The Bureau leader's chamber was adjacent to the main chamber. From behind a desk, the leader addressed those who would come to speak with him, while also studying and attending to the Assassin Order's operations in that respective city.
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A bureau leader's chamber was adjacent to the main chamber. From behind a desk, each leader addressed those who would come to speak with them, while also studying and attending to the Assassin Order's operations in that respective city.
   
Behind the desk were bookshelves and closets, where registries of missions were kept. The books and scrolls the leader has access to were also located in this area.
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Behind the desk were bookshelves and closets, where registries of missions were kept. The books and scrolls the leader had access to were also located in this area.
   
Across the room, a raised walkway held weapons, books, and other items that could assist Assassins in their missions.
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Across the room, a raised walkway held weapons, books, and other items that could assist Assassins in their missions.<ref name="AC"/>
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==Trivia==
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==18th century Caribbean==
*[[Altaïr Ibn-La'Ahad]] may return to the Bureau any time to restock on [[throwing knives]].
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During the early 18th century, the bureaus spread throughout the major cities in the [[Caribbean|West Indies]] varied in size and description; the bureaus in Havana and Kingston held at least one building and had a surrounding courtyard or walls, the Nassau bureau consisted of a small collection of buildings, and the Cayman 'ghost' bureau had no defined buildings or areas to speak of. 
*The Bureau's entrance will be closed when [[Social Stealth|social status]] is exposed to prevent guards from discovering the Bureau and subsequently violating a tenet of [[the Creed]].
 
*The Acre Bureau is lined with books, while the Damascus Bureau is lined with pottery.
 
*There is a chess board inside the Assassins' Bureau of Damascus.
 
   
==Reference==
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After killing the traitorous [[Duncan Walpole]] in 1715, [[Edward Kenway]] recovered and subsequently sold a map detailing the four bureaus' locations to the [[Templars]] operating in the region, unwittingly putting the Assassins stationed there in danger. Edward eventually traveled to the four bureaus and made amends for disclosing their locations; in doing so, he assisted the bureau [[Master Assassin|Masters]] in various ways, in return for a collection of keys that would grant him access to a set of [[Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag outfits#Templar armor|Templar Armor]].<ref name="AC4"/>
*''[[Assassin's Creed]]''
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==Trivia==
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*[[Altaïr Ibn-La'Ahad]] could return to a bureau any time to restock on [[throwing knives]].
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*A bureau's entrance would be closed when [[Social Stealth|social status]] was exposed to prevent guards from discovering the Bureau and subsequently violating a tenet of [[the Creed]].
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*During the Third Crusade, the Acre bureau was lined with books, while the Damascus bureau was lined with pottery.
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**Accompanying this, there was also a chess board inside the Assassin bureau of Damascus.
   
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“现在,你在执行任务之前,必须向所在城市的分部领导汇报。”
―阿尔莫林[来源]
AC bureau concept

The interior of the Damascus Assassin bureau

刺客分部(Assassin bureau,或译刺客支部,刺客组织联络站等)是刺客控制下的安全屋,位于城市之中,是刺客在城市中执行暗杀任务期间的藏身处,与塞浦路斯抵抗组织的安全屋类似。[1]

在第三次十字军东征期间,阿卡大马士革耶路撒冷等城市都可以找到刺客组织的分部。在海盗的黄金时代,在拿骚哈瓦那金斯敦等城市也有刺客分部,此外开曼群岛附近还有一个玩家无法抵达的分部。[2]

功能

Bureaus acted as sanctuaries for members of the Assassin Order, where their users could physically and mentally prepare themselves for a mission, allowing them to restock on weapons, sleep or meditate. It also allowed Assassins a place to wait for the appropriate moment to strike, or for the dust to settle after an assassination.

Inside each bureau resided a leader, who held either the rank of Rafiq or higher. They would often give Assassins useful information on where to learn more about assassination targets. Once the strike had been planned and approved by the bureau leader, an Assassin was given a feather to soak in the blood of their target as proof of their success.[1]

建筑

AC1 Bureau Side Chamber

A Third Crusade bureau's main chamber

The exterior of the building was typically quite discreet, resembling that of common construction, although they did not have any obvious windows or doors.

The entrance was usually located on the roof, which could be reached by either climbing the walls or via a ladder located in an entry alley, for instance. This was likely to be a measure to prevent curious civilians (or more importantly, the city guards), from stumbling upon it.[1]

Main chamber

The main chamber served as the entrance hall to the bureau, and was a small living area comprised of two fountains, potted plants and several pillows and carpets. This place was intended as a location for Assassins to rest before and after assassinations.

The walls were decorated with hanging carpets and the Assassin insignia, while the ceiling was grated with an opening that acted as an entrance into the Bureau. When the city guards were on alert, the opening was closed with a grated panel.[1]

Leader's chamber

AC1 Bureau Main Chamber

The Bureau leader's chamber

A bureau leader's chamber was adjacent to the main chamber. From behind a desk, each leader addressed those who would come to speak with them, while also studying and attending to the Assassin Order's operations in that respective city.

Behind the desk were bookshelves and closets, where registries of missions were kept. The books and scrolls the leader had access to were also located in this area.

Across the room, a raised walkway held weapons, books, and other items that could assist Assassins in their missions.[1]


18th century Caribbean

During the early 18th century, the bureaus spread throughout the major cities in the West Indies varied in size and description; the bureaus in Havana and Kingston held at least one building and had a surrounding courtyard or walls, the Nassau bureau consisted of a small collection of buildings, and the Cayman 'ghost' bureau had no defined buildings or areas to speak of. 

After killing the traitorous Duncan Walpole in 1715, Edward Kenway recovered and subsequently sold a map detailing the four bureaus' locations to the Templars operating in the region, unwittingly putting the Assassins stationed there in danger. Edward eventually traveled to the four bureaus and made amends for disclosing their locations; in doing so, he assisted the bureau Masters in various ways, in return for a collection of keys that would grant him access to a set of Templar Armor.[2]

Trivia

  • Altaïr Ibn-La'Ahad could return to a bureau any time to restock on throwing knives.
  • A bureau's entrance would be closed when social status was exposed to prevent guards from discovering the Bureau and subsequently violating a tenet of the Creed.
  • During the Third Crusade, the Acre bureau was lined with books, while the Damascus bureau was lined with pottery.
    • Accompanying this, there was also a chess board inside the Assassin bureau of Damascus.

References


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