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{{WP-REAL|Şehzade Ahmet}}
 
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{{Quote|He is a sincere man. But this Templar fantasy of his is dangerous. It flies in the face of reality.|Suleiman I, 1512.|Assassin's Creed: Revelations}}
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{{Quote|他是一个真诚的人。但他对圣殿骑士的幻想是危险的,这与现实背道而驰。|1512年,苏莱曼评价说。|Assassin's Creed: Revelations}}
 
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|image = ACR Ahmet v.png
 
|image = ACR Ahmet v.png
|birth = 1465<br />{{Wiki|en:Amasya|Amasya}}, [[奥斯曼帝国]]
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|birth = 1465<br />{{Wiki|en:Amasya|阿马西亚}}, [[奥斯曼帝国]]
 
|death = 1512年4月25日<br>奥斯曼帝国,[[君士坦丁堡]]附近
 
|death = 1512年4月25日<br>奥斯曼帝国,[[君士坦丁堡]]附近
 
|affiliates = 奥斯曼帝国<br>[[圣殿骑士]]
 
|affiliates = 奥斯曼帝国<br>[[圣殿骑士]]
 
*[[圣殿骑士组织拜占庭分册|拜占庭分册]]
 
*[[圣殿骑士组织拜占庭分册|拜占庭分册]]
 
|appear = [[刺客信条:启示录|《刺客信条:启示录》]]<br>[[刺客信条:回忆|《刺客信条:回忆》]]
 
|appear = [[刺客信条:启示录|《刺客信条:启示录》]]<br>[[刺客信条:回忆|《刺客信条:回忆》]]
|voice = [[Tamer Hassan]]|database = [[Database: Prince Ahmet|艾哈迈德]]}}
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|voice = [[Tamer Hassan]]|database = [[Database: Prince Ahmet|艾哈迈德]]|species = [[人类]]}}
 
 
'''艾哈迈德王子'''(''Ahmet'',1465年 – 1512年)是[[奥斯曼土耳其帝国]]的王子,[[巴耶济德二世]]的长子,[[塞利姆一世]]的兄长,以及[[苏莱曼一世]]的叔叔。
 
'''艾哈迈德王子'''(''Ahmet'',1465年 – 1512年)是[[奥斯曼土耳其帝国]]的王子,[[巴耶济德二世]]的长子,[[塞利姆一世]]的兄长,以及[[苏莱曼一世]]的叔叔。
   
 
艾哈迈德和塞利姆争夺王位,为此加入了[[圣殿骑士]],最终成为圣殿骑士组织拜占庭分册的领袖,同时已被他的父亲——奥斯曼帝国苏丹选定为继承人。
 
艾哈迈德和塞利姆争夺王位,为此加入了[[圣殿骑士]],最终成为圣殿骑士组织拜占庭分册的领袖,同时已被他的父亲——奥斯曼帝国苏丹选定为继承人。
   
为了保证对奥斯曼帝国控制,艾哈迈德开始派探险队前往[[马斯亚夫]]寻找打开[[hidden library|图书馆]]密室的钥匙。他相信在里面可以找到[[大神殿]]的位置,以及获得能壮大圣殿骑士事业的力量。
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为了保证对奥斯曼帝国控制,艾哈迈德开始派探险队前往[[马斯亚夫]]寻找打开[[阿泰尔图书馆|图书馆]]密室的钥匙。他相信在里面可以找到[[大神殿]]的位置,以及获得能壮大圣殿骑士事业的力量。
   
1512, 艾哈迈德王子与拜占庭圣殿骑士离开君士坦丁堡,骑马或乘车赶往马亚夫,求进入城堡地下隐藏的图书馆。[[埃齐奥·奥迪托雷]]与[[索菲亚·萨尔托]]驾马车追赶,进过一场漫长的追逐,绝大多数圣殿骑士都被消灭。最终埃齐奥跳上了艾哈迈德的马车,两人都摔落悬崖。利用埃齐奥的降落伞,两人安然落地,他们在这里遇到艾哈迈德的兄弟塞利姆的军队,而塞利姆刚从与他父亲战斗返回。塞利姆表示他们的父亲已经提名他接任苏丹接着试图掐死他的兄弟艾哈迈德塞利姆把艾哈迈德从附近的山崖上扔了下去,从而避免他来与自己争夺王位
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最终,艾哈迈德的努力被[[奥曼刺客兄弟会|奥斯曼刺客]]及其盟友[[意大利刺客兄弟会|意大利刺客]][[导师]][[埃齐奥·奥迪托雷·达·佛罗伦萨]]挫败而在后,艾哈迈德的父亲选择了塞利姆而不是他作为继任人;在塞利姆向[[君士坦丁堡]]进军过程中,他偶然与兄弟相遇最终艾哈迈德被兄弟杀死
   
==Biography==
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==生平==
===Early life===
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===早年===
Born the eldest living son of the Ottoman Sultan Bayezid II in 1465, Ahmet was selected as his father's heir at childhood. With Ahmet sharing his distaste for war and an affection for knowledge with his father, many believed him to be the most reasonable choice.<ref name="ACR">''[[刺客信条:启示录]]''</ref>
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艾哈迈德出生于1465年,是奥斯曼苏丹巴耶济德二世的长子,童年时就被选为父亲的继承人。艾哈迈德和父亲一样厌恶战争,热爱知识,许多人都认为他是最合适的人选。<ref name="Database">[[刺客信条:启示录]]》 – [[Database: Prince Ahmet|数据库:艾哈迈德王子]]</ref>
   
===Joining the Byzantine Rite===
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===加入拜占庭分册===
{{Dialogue|Ezio|Why the Templars?|Ahmet|Because I am tired of all these pointless blood feuds that pit father against son, brother against brother. To achieve true peace, mankind must think and move as one body, with one master mind.|Ahmet discussing his reasons for following the Templar ideology.|Assassin's Creed: Revelations}}
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{{Dialogue|埃齐奥|为什么选择圣殿骑士?|艾哈迈德|因为我厌倦了这些无谓的仇恨,让父子相争,让骨肉相残。为了实现真正的和平,人类必须行动如一体,思考如一心。|艾哈迈德讨论他选择圣殿骑士意识形态的原因。|Assassin's Creed: Revelations}}
Ahmet became a Templar after exchanging letters with his exiled uncle [[Cem]]. Their philosophy appealed to him as he tired of the divisions within mankind and agreed that all the people should be united under one ruler. Cem informed him of the existence of [[Niccolò Polo]]'s [[The Secret Crusade|journal]] detailing the library of [[Altaïr Ibn-La'Ahad]].<ref name="Recollection">''[[Assassin's Creed: Recollection]]''</ref>
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在收到被流放的叔叔[[杰姆]]的信件后,艾哈迈德成为了一名圣殿骑士。他们的哲学吸引了他,因为他实在厌倦了人类的分裂,希望将所有人团结在一个统治者之下。杰姆告诉他有一个[[尼科洛·波罗]][[秘密圣战|日记]],记载了[[阿泰尔·伊本-拉阿哈德]]的图书馆。<ref name="Recollection">[[刺客信条:回忆]]</ref>
   
In 1509, an {{Wiki|1509 Istanbul earthquake|earthquake struck Constantinople}}, at which point Bayezid had disappeared from Constantinople. In his absence, the Byzantine Rite - a remnant of the fallen Byzantine Empire - led by [[Manuel Palaiologos]] entered the city, and strived to revive their fallen empire.<ref name="ACR"/> Ahmet joined the Templars, though this act caused great internal conflict for him, as he was still an Ottoman prince, and acting for either the Ottomans or the Byzantines would mean turning his back on his other affiliation.<ref name="Encyclopedia">''[[Assassin's Creed Encyclopedia]]''</ref>
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1509年,在地震袭击君士坦丁堡之后,巴耶济德离开了城市。在他离开的时候,[[曼努埃尔·帕里奥洛格斯]]领导的拜占庭分册这些拜占庭残余进入了城市,努力复兴他们衰落的帝国。<ref name="ACR">《刺客信条:启示录》</ref> 艾哈迈德加入了圣殿骑士,虽然这一行为给身为王子的他带来了极大的内部冲突,让他不能同时兼顾奥斯曼帝国和拜占庭人两面,为某一方行事也意味着放弃另一方的身份。<ref name="Encyclopedia">[[刺客信条百科全书]]</ref>
   
Ahmet, much younger and more charismatic than the elderly Manuel Palaiologos, slowly slipped into the position of Grand Master of the Byzantine Rite, with Manuel becoming his second-in-command.<ref name="Encyclopedia"/><ref>''[[Assassin's Creed: The Essential Guide]] ''</ref> At the same time, Bayezid and Selim had engaged in a conflict, as Selim was making an effort to gain the Ottoman throne for himself.<ref name="ACR"/>
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而艾哈迈德比年老的曼努埃尔更加年轻也更加具有魅力,慢慢爬上了拜占庭分册最高大师的位置,而曼努埃尔成为了他的二把手。<ref name="Encyclopedia" /><ref>[[刺客信条:基本指南]]</ref> 与此同时,巴耶济德也与塞利姆发生了冲突,因为塞利姆试图为自己赢得奥斯曼王位。<ref name="ACR" />
   
===Gaining power in the Empire===
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===攫取帝国权力===
 
{{Quote|I will open that library, and I will find the Grand Temple. And with the power that is hidden there, I will destroy the superstitions that keep men divided.|Ahmet about his plans to find the library.|Assassin's Creed: Revelations}}
 
{{Quote|I will open that library, and I will find the Grand Temple. And with the power that is hidden there, I will destroy the superstitions that keep men divided.|Ahmet about his plans to find the library.|Assassin's Creed: Revelations}}
In 1511, Ahmet initiated several plans to further his influence in the Ottoman Empire. One of these was to locate the "Grand Temple" of the [[Isu|First Civilization]], which Ahmet believed they could find by accessing the library of Altaïr Ibn-La'Ahad - the late Mentor of the [[Levantine Assassins]] - located in Masyaf, [[Syria]]. Ahmet entrusted Manuel Palaiologos with the Masyaf expedition, and the search for the keys needed to open the library, while Ahmet himself focused his attention on matters in Constantinople.<ref name="ACR"/> The first key was found by Ahmet's confidante [[Hasan Pasha]] in the [[tunnels]] beneath [[Topkapı Palace]] unearthed by the earthquake.<ref name="Recollection"/>
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In 1511, Ahmet initiated several plans to further his influence in the Ottoman Empire. One of these was to locate the "Grand Temple" of the [[Isu|First Civilization]], which Ahmet believed they could find by accessing the library of Altaïr Ibn-La'Ahad - the late Mentor of the [[Levantine Assassins]] - located in Masyaf, [[Syria]]. Ahmet entrusted Manuel Palaiologos with the Masyaf expedition, and the search for the keys needed to open the library, while Ahmet himself focused his attention on matters in Constantinople.<ref name="ACR" /> The first key was found by Ahmet's confidante [[Hasan Pasha]] in the [[tunnels]] beneath [[Topkapı Palace]] unearthed by the earthquake.<ref name="Recollection" />
   
 
[[File:Prince's banquet 11.png|thumb|250px|left|Ahmet at Suleiman's banquet]]
 
[[File:Prince's banquet 11.png|thumb|250px|left|Ahmet at Suleiman's banquet]]
In the heart of the Ottoman Empire, Ahmet initiated a plot to have the Templars abduct Ahmet's own nephew, Suleiman, during a cultural exhibition. If this were to be successful, Ahmet would rescue him from the Byzantines, and be heralded a hero. Ahmet himself attended the celebration in Topkapı Palace, while Templars disguised as guests were tasked with abducting the young ''Shehzadem'' Suleiman.<ref name="ACR"/>
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In the heart of the Ottoman Empire, Ahmet initiated a plot to have the Templars abduct Ahmet's own nephew, Suleiman, during a cultural exhibition. If this were to be successful, Ahmet would rescue him from the Byzantines, and be heralded a hero. Ahmet himself attended the celebration in Topkapı Palace, while Templars disguised as guests were tasked with abducting the young ''Shehzadem'' Suleiman.<ref name="ACR" />
   
However, to Ahmet's displeasure, the Templar infiltrators were killed by several Ottoman Assassins, who had entered the party disguised as [[Italy|Italian]] minstrels, on orders of their leader, [[Yusuf Tazim]]. Following the failed plot, Ahmet took advantage of the [[Janissaries]]' well-known distaste for him, and accused Janissary Captain [[Tarik Barleti]] of a conspiracy against him, since the Janissaries were tasked with the Prince's protection.<ref name="ACR"/>
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However, to Ahmet's displeasure, the Templar infiltrators were killed by several Ottoman Assassins, who had entered the party disguised as [[Italy|Italian]] minstrels, on orders of their leader, [[Yusuf Tazim]]. Following the failed plot, Ahmet took advantage of the [[Janissaries]]' well-known distaste for him, and accused Janissary Captain [[Tarik Barleti]] of a conspiracy against him, since the Janissaries were tasked with the Prince's protection.<ref name="ACR" />
   
 
[[File:Mixed tiding 5.png|thumb|250px|Suleiman introducing "Marcello" to Ahmet]]
 
[[File:Mixed tiding 5.png|thumb|250px|Suleiman introducing "Marcello" to Ahmet]]
Some time later, Tarik was murdered in the Janissary camp, and it was commonly believed that Ahmet was the one responsible for his death.<ref name="ACR"/>
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Some time later, Tarik was murdered in the Janissary camp, and it was commonly believed that Ahmet was the one responsible for his death.<ref name="ACR" />
   
Finding his nephew Suleiman in Topkapı Palace to inform him of the event, Ahmet noticed Suleiman was meeting with Ezio Auditore - introduced to Ahmet as "Marcello" by Suleiman - which led to Ahmet growing suspicious of the man, and of his interactions with his nephew.<ref name="ACR"/>
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Finding his nephew Suleiman in Topkapı Palace to inform him of the event, Ahmet noticed Suleiman was meeting with Ezio Auditore - introduced to Ahmet as "Marcello" by Suleiman - which led to Ahmet growing suspicious of the man, and of his interactions with his nephew.<ref name="ACR" />
   
===Death===
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===死亡===
 
{{Dialogue|Ahmet|Soldiers! Selim is not your master! You serve the Sultan! You carry out his command alone! Where is he? Where is our Sultan?!|Selim|He stands before you, brother. Father made his choice.|Ahmet and Selim shortly before Ahmet's death.|Assassin's Creed: Revelations}}
 
{{Dialogue|Ahmet|Soldiers! Selim is not your master! You serve the Sultan! You carry out his command alone! Where is he? Where is our Sultan?!|Selim|He stands before you, brother. Father made his choice.|Ahmet and Selim shortly before Ahmet's death.|Assassin's Creed: Revelations}}
 
[[File:Escape 1.png|thumb|left|250px|Ahmet confronting Ezio in Cappadocia]]
 
[[File:Escape 1.png|thumb|left|250px|Ahmet confronting Ezio in Cappadocia]]
In March 1512, Ahmet personally traveled to [[Derinkuyu|Cappadocia]], where Manuel Palaiologos was hiding and forming an army together with the renegade [[Shahkulu]]. Ahmet arrived shortly after Ezio had killed Manuel and taken the Masyaf key from him, giving him an opportunity to confront the Assassin.<ref name="ACR"/>
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In March 1512, Ahmet personally traveled to [[Derinkuyu|Cappadocia]], where Manuel Palaiologos was hiding and forming an army together with the renegade [[Shahkulu]]. Ahmet arrived shortly after Ezio had killed Manuel and taken the Masyaf key from him, giving him an opportunity to confront the Assassin.<ref name="ACR" />
   
Revealing himself to be the leader of the Byzantine Rite, Ahmet threatened to capture Ezio's love interest [[Sofia Sartor]], after Ezio claimed to not know of the other Masyaf keys. Ahmet left his subordinates to take care of Ezio, while he returned to Constantinople to order Sofia's capture.<ref name="ACR"/>
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Revealing himself to be the leader of the Byzantine Rite, Ahmet threatened to capture Ezio's love interest [[Sofia Sartor]], after Ezio claimed to not know of the other Masyaf keys. Ahmet left his subordinates to take care of Ezio, while he returned to Constantinople to order Sofia's capture.<ref name="ACR" />
   
The capture, which resulted in the death of the Ottoman Assassin leader Yusuf Tazim, infuriated the Assassins, and led them to an all-out assault on the arsenal within Constantinople, where Ahmet was temporarily hiding.<ref name="ACR"/>
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The capture, which resulted in the death of the Ottoman Assassin leader Yusuf Tazim, infuriated the Assassins, and led them to an all-out assault on the arsenal within Constantinople, where Ahmet was temporarily hiding.<ref name="ACR" />
   
Though many of his men were killed during the attack, Ahmet managed to salvage his own life by reminding Ezio that he still held Sofia. Offering to spare Sofia in exchange for the Masyaf keys, Ahmet arranged a meeting with Ezio near [[Galata Tower]].<ref name="ACR"/>
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Though many of his men were killed during the attack, Ahmet managed to salvage his own life by reminding Ezio that he still held Sofia. Offering to spare Sofia in exchange for the Masyaf keys, Ahmet arranged a meeting with Ezio near [[Galata Tower]].<ref name="ACR" />
   
Ahmet met with Ezio on the rampart connected to Galata Tower soon afterwards, and after some mutual hostility, Ezio handed over the keys. Ahmet then directed Ezio to Sofia atop Galata Tower, but unbeknownst to the Assassin, the woman atop the Galata Tower was not Sofia, as Ahmet had ordered Sofia to be killed in a square not too far from the tower. Ahmet, finally having all keys in his possession, triumphantly hurried off to Masyaf.<ref name="ACR"/>
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Ahmet met with Ezio on the rampart connected to Galata Tower soon afterwards, and after some mutual hostility, Ezio handed over the keys. Ahmet then directed Ezio to Sofia atop Galata Tower, but unbeknownst to the Assassin, the woman atop the Galata Tower was not Sofia, as Ahmet had ordered Sofia to be killed in a square not too far from the tower. Ahmet, finally having all keys in his possession, triumphantly hurried off to Masyaf.<ref name="ACR" />
   
 
[[File:End road 11.png|thumb|250px|Sofia and Ezio pursuing Ahmet]]
 
[[File:End road 11.png|thumb|250px|Sofia and Ezio pursuing Ahmet]]
As Ahmet and his entourage left Constantinople by several [[Horses|horse]]-drawn wagons, they were followed by Ezio and Sofia, who had been rescued from Ahmet's men. Leaving his soldiers to take care of the two, Ahmet rode ahead, and a chase ensued.<ref name="ACR"/>
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As Ahmet and his entourage left Constantinople by several [[Horses|horse]]-drawn wagons, they were followed by Ezio and Sofia, who had been rescued from Ahmet's men. Leaving his soldiers to take care of the two, Ahmet rode ahead, and a chase ensued.<ref name="ACR" />
   
Ezio was able to dispatch the other wagons, before Ahmet smashed Ezio's cart, causing Ezio to fall off. Ezio was able to catch himself by using a [[Parachutes|parachute]], holding onto a rope attached to the wagon as Sofia continued the pursuit of Ahmet.<ref name="ACR"/>
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Ezio was able to dispatch the other wagons, before Ahmet smashed Ezio's cart, causing Ezio to fall off. Ezio was able to catch himself by using a [[Parachutes|parachute]], holding onto a rope attached to the wagon as Sofia continued the pursuit of Ahmet.<ref name="ACR" />
   
After several more unsuccessful attempts from the Templars to shake Ezio and Sofia, Ahmet obliterated Sofia's cart, thinking he had finally lost them. As Ahmet proceeded onwards, Ezio lunged at him from a nearby ledge, and knocked him from his seat.<ref name="ACR"/>
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After several more unsuccessful attempts from the Templars to shake Ezio and Sofia, Ahmet obliterated Sofia's cart, thinking he had finally lost them. As Ahmet proceeded onwards, Ezio lunged at him from a nearby ledge, and knocked him from his seat.<ref name="ACR" />
   
 
[[File:End road 22.png|left|thumb|250px|Selim throwing Ahmet off a cliff]]
 
[[File:End road 22.png|left|thumb|250px|Selim throwing Ahmet off a cliff]]
This resulted in both men free-falling off a cliff, and the two engaged in melee combat in mid-air. As they neared the ground, however, Ezio deployed another parachute to break the fall, and Ahmet survived by clinging onto him during the descent.<ref name="ACR"/>
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This resulted in both men free-falling off a cliff, and the two engaged in melee combat in mid-air. As they neared the ground, however, Ezio deployed another parachute to break the fall, and Ahmet survived by clinging onto him during the descent.<ref name="ACR" />
   
As they faced each other again on solid ground, and wondered what would happen next, Ahmet's brother Selim arrived, accompanied by the Sultan's army.<ref name="ACR"/>
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As they faced each other again on solid ground, and wondered what would happen next, Ahmet's brother Selim arrived, accompanied by the Sultan's army.<ref name="ACR" />
   
Selim revealed that their father had abdicated the throne, and had chosen Selim as his heir. Selim proceeded to strangle Ahmet, before throwing him off a cliff to his death.<ref name="ACR"/>
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Selim revealed that their father had abdicated the throne, and had chosen Selim as his heir. Selim proceeded to strangle Ahmet, before throwing him off a cliff to his death.<ref name="ACR" />
   
==Personality and characteristics==
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==个性特征==
 
{{Quote|You are weak, Ahmet. Pensive in times of war and restless in times of peace. You lack passion for the traditions of the ghazi (holy warriors), yet you speak of fraternity in the company of infidels. You would make a decent philosopher, Ahmet, but you will be a poor Sultan.|Tarik, giving his opinion on Ahmet's character.|Assassin's Creed: Revelations}}
 
{{Quote|You are weak, Ahmet. Pensive in times of war and restless in times of peace. You lack passion for the traditions of the ghazi (holy warriors), yet you speak of fraternity in the company of infidels. You would make a decent philosopher, Ahmet, but you will be a poor Sultan.|Tarik, giving his opinion on Ahmet's character.|Assassin's Creed: Revelations}}
 
[[File:Shadows v 3.png|thumb|250px|Ahmet playing chess against his nephew]]
 
[[File:Shadows v 3.png|thumb|250px|Ahmet playing chess against his nephew]]
Ahmet, being a member of the most powerful family and rulers of Constantinople, was a proud and arrogant man. The fact that he had counted on his father's support of him becoming the next Sultan only made this worse, as he felt no doubt about his father's choice.<ref name="ACR"/>
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Ahmet, being a member of the most powerful family and rulers of Constantinople, was a proud and arrogant man. The fact that he had counted on his father's support of him becoming the next Sultan only made this worse, as he felt no doubt about his father's choice.<ref name="ACR" />
   
Ahmet constantly paid attention to his relations with the public, as he realized the equal importance of their support. Therefore, he was easily upset by events as Tarik Barleti's death, which he regarded as an assault on his public image.<ref name="ACR"/>
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Ahmet constantly paid attention to his relations with the public, as he realized the equal importance of their support. Therefore, he was easily upset by events as Tarik Barleti's death, which he regarded as an assault on his public image.<ref name="ACR" />
   
However, a significant proportion of the citizens of Constantinople preferred Ahmet's brother, Selim, to become the Sultan. They argued that Ahmet was a weak man, who had difficulties with making important choices when it came to war, and who would become restless in times of peace.<ref name="ACR"/>
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However, a significant proportion of the citizens of Constantinople preferred Ahmet's brother, Selim, to become the Sultan. They argued that Ahmet was a weak man, who had difficulties with making important choices when it came to war, and who would become restless in times of peace.<ref name="ACR" />
   
As Grand Master of the Byzantine Rite, Ahmet was an intelligent and cunning man. Due to his age and charm, he was able to rule over men who would not normally accept another as their superior. Ahmet managed to set up a scheme to get his hands on the Masyaf keys, while simultaneously maintaining his good public image.<ref name="ACR"/>
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As Grand Master of the Byzantine Rite, Ahmet was an intelligent and cunning man. Due to his age and charm, he was able to rule over men who would not normally accept another as their superior. Ahmet managed to set up a scheme to get his hands on the Masyaf keys, while simultaneously maintaining his good public image.<ref name="ACR" />
   
Ahmet deeply believed in the Templar cause, as he did not seek wealth for himself, but power and influence for the Order. His nephew, Suleiman, described him as a sincere individual.<ref name="ACR"/>
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Ahmet deeply believed in the Templar cause, as he did not seek wealth for himself, but power and influence for the Order. His nephew, Suleiman, described him as a sincere individual.<ref name="ACR" />
   
==Trivia==
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==琐闻==
 
*Ahmet is a Turkish variant of the Arabic name ''Ahmad'', meaning "highly praised".
 
*Ahmet is a Turkish variant of the Arabic name ''Ahmad'', meaning "highly praised".
 
*Historically, Ahmet was executed in 1513 near [[Bursa]] after his army was defeated by Selim I when the latter learned of Ahmet's treachery.
 
*Historically, Ahmet was executed in 1513 near [[Bursa]] after his army was defeated by Selim I when the latter learned of Ahmet's treachery.
   
==Gallery==
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==画廊==
 
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ACR Artwork Ahmet.jpg|Concept art of Ahmet
 
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“他是一个真诚的人。但他对圣殿骑士的幻想是危险的,这与现实背道而驰。”
―1512年,苏莱曼评价说。[来源]

艾哈迈德王子Ahmet,1465年 – 1512年)是奥斯曼土耳其帝国的王子,巴耶济德二世的长子,塞利姆一世的兄长,以及苏莱曼一世的叔叔。

艾哈迈德和塞利姆争夺王位,为此加入了圣殿骑士,最终成为圣殿骑士组织拜占庭分册的领袖,同时已被他的父亲——奥斯曼帝国苏丹选定为继承人。

为了保证对奥斯曼帝国控制,艾哈迈德开始派探险队前往马斯亚夫寻找打开图书馆密室的钥匙。他相信在里面可以找到大神殿的位置,以及获得能壮大圣殿骑士事业的力量。

最终,艾哈迈德的努力被奥斯曼刺客以及其盟友意大利刺客导师埃齐奥·奥迪托雷·达·佛罗伦萨挫败。而在最后,艾哈迈德的父亲选择了塞利姆而不是他作为继任人;在塞利姆向君士坦丁堡进军的过程中,他偶然与兄弟相遇,最终艾哈迈德被兄弟杀死。

生平

早年

艾哈迈德出生于1465年,是奥斯曼苏丹巴耶济德二世的长子,童年时就被选为父亲的继承人。艾哈迈德和父亲一样厌恶战争,热爱知识,许多人都认为他是最合适的人选。[1]

加入拜占庭分册

埃齐奥: "为什么选择圣殿骑士?"
艾哈迈德: "因为我厌倦了这些无谓的仇恨,让父子相争,让骨肉相残。为了实现真正的和平,人类必须行动如一体,思考如一心。"
―艾哈迈德讨论他选择圣殿骑士意识形态的原因。[来源]

在收到被流放的叔叔杰姆的信件后,艾哈迈德成为了一名圣殿骑士。他们的哲学吸引了他,因为他实在厌倦了人类的分裂,希望将所有人团结在一个统治者之下。杰姆告诉他有一个尼科洛·波罗日记,记载了阿泰尔·伊本-拉阿哈德的图书馆。[2]

1509年,在地震袭击君士坦丁堡之后,巴耶济德离开了城市。在他离开的时候,曼努埃尔·帕里奥洛格斯领导的拜占庭分册这些拜占庭残余进入了城市,努力复兴他们衰落的帝国。[3] 艾哈迈德加入了圣殿骑士,虽然这一行为给身为王子的他带来了极大的内部冲突,让他不能同时兼顾奥斯曼帝国和拜占庭人两面,为某一方行事也意味着放弃另一方的身份。[4]

而艾哈迈德比年老的曼努埃尔更加年轻也更加具有魅力,慢慢爬上了拜占庭分册最高大师的位置,而曼努埃尔成为了他的二把手。[4][5] 与此同时,巴耶济德也与塞利姆发生了冲突,因为塞利姆试图为自己赢得奥斯曼王位。[3]

攫取帝国权力

“I will open that library, and I will find the Grand Temple. And with the power that is hidden there, I will destroy the superstitions that keep men divided.”
―Ahmet about his plans to find the library.[来源]

In 1511, Ahmet initiated several plans to further his influence in the Ottoman Empire. One of these was to locate the "Grand Temple" of the First Civilization, which Ahmet believed they could find by accessing the library of Altaïr Ibn-La'Ahad - the late Mentor of the Levantine Assassins - located in Masyaf, Syria. Ahmet entrusted Manuel Palaiologos with the Masyaf expedition, and the search for the keys needed to open the library, while Ahmet himself focused his attention on matters in Constantinople.[3] The first key was found by Ahmet's confidante Hasan Pasha in the tunnels beneath Topkapı Palace unearthed by the earthquake.[2]

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Ahmet at Suleiman's banquet

In the heart of the Ottoman Empire, Ahmet initiated a plot to have the Templars abduct Ahmet's own nephew, Suleiman, during a cultural exhibition. If this were to be successful, Ahmet would rescue him from the Byzantines, and be heralded a hero. Ahmet himself attended the celebration in Topkapı Palace, while Templars disguised as guests were tasked with abducting the young Shehzadem Suleiman.[3]

However, to Ahmet's displeasure, the Templar infiltrators were killed by several Ottoman Assassins, who had entered the party disguised as Italian minstrels, on orders of their leader, Yusuf Tazim. Following the failed plot, Ahmet took advantage of the Janissaries' well-known distaste for him, and accused Janissary Captain Tarik Barleti of a conspiracy against him, since the Janissaries were tasked with the Prince's protection.[3]

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Suleiman introducing "Marcello" to Ahmet

Some time later, Tarik was murdered in the Janissary camp, and it was commonly believed that Ahmet was the one responsible for his death.[3]

Finding his nephew Suleiman in Topkapı Palace to inform him of the event, Ahmet noticed Suleiman was meeting with Ezio Auditore - introduced to Ahmet as "Marcello" by Suleiman - which led to Ahmet growing suspicious of the man, and of his interactions with his nephew.[3]

死亡

Ahmet: "Soldiers! Selim is not your master! You serve the Sultan! You carry out his command alone! Where is he? Where is our Sultan?!"
Selim: "He stands before you, brother. Father made his choice."
―Ahmet and Selim shortly before Ahmet's death.[来源]
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Ahmet confronting Ezio in Cappadocia

In March 1512, Ahmet personally traveled to Cappadocia, where Manuel Palaiologos was hiding and forming an army together with the renegade Shahkulu. Ahmet arrived shortly after Ezio had killed Manuel and taken the Masyaf key from him, giving him an opportunity to confront the Assassin.[3]

Revealing himself to be the leader of the Byzantine Rite, Ahmet threatened to capture Ezio's love interest Sofia Sartor, after Ezio claimed to not know of the other Masyaf keys. Ahmet left his subordinates to take care of Ezio, while he returned to Constantinople to order Sofia's capture.[3]

The capture, which resulted in the death of the Ottoman Assassin leader Yusuf Tazim, infuriated the Assassins, and led them to an all-out assault on the arsenal within Constantinople, where Ahmet was temporarily hiding.[3]

Though many of his men were killed during the attack, Ahmet managed to salvage his own life by reminding Ezio that he still held Sofia. Offering to spare Sofia in exchange for the Masyaf keys, Ahmet arranged a meeting with Ezio near Galata Tower.[3]

Ahmet met with Ezio on the rampart connected to Galata Tower soon afterwards, and after some mutual hostility, Ezio handed over the keys. Ahmet then directed Ezio to Sofia atop Galata Tower, but unbeknownst to the Assassin, the woman atop the Galata Tower was not Sofia, as Ahmet had ordered Sofia to be killed in a square not too far from the tower. Ahmet, finally having all keys in his possession, triumphantly hurried off to Masyaf.[3]

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Sofia and Ezio pursuing Ahmet

As Ahmet and his entourage left Constantinople by several horse-drawn wagons, they were followed by Ezio and Sofia, who had been rescued from Ahmet's men. Leaving his soldiers to take care of the two, Ahmet rode ahead, and a chase ensued.[3]

Ezio was able to dispatch the other wagons, before Ahmet smashed Ezio's cart, causing Ezio to fall off. Ezio was able to catch himself by using a parachute, holding onto a rope attached to the wagon as Sofia continued the pursuit of Ahmet.[3]

After several more unsuccessful attempts from the Templars to shake Ezio and Sofia, Ahmet obliterated Sofia's cart, thinking he had finally lost them. As Ahmet proceeded onwards, Ezio lunged at him from a nearby ledge, and knocked him from his seat.[3]

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Selim throwing Ahmet off a cliff

This resulted in both men free-falling off a cliff, and the two engaged in melee combat in mid-air. As they neared the ground, however, Ezio deployed another parachute to break the fall, and Ahmet survived by clinging onto him during the descent.[3]

As they faced each other again on solid ground, and wondered what would happen next, Ahmet's brother Selim arrived, accompanied by the Sultan's army.[3]

Selim revealed that their father had abdicated the throne, and had chosen Selim as his heir. Selim proceeded to strangle Ahmet, before throwing him off a cliff to his death.[3]

个性特征

“You are weak, Ahmet. Pensive in times of war and restless in times of peace. You lack passion for the traditions of the ghazi (holy warriors), yet you speak of fraternity in the company of infidels. You would make a decent philosopher, Ahmet, but you will be a poor Sultan.”
―Tarik, giving his opinion on Ahmet's character.[来源]
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Ahmet playing chess against his nephew

Ahmet, being a member of the most powerful family and rulers of Constantinople, was a proud and arrogant man. The fact that he had counted on his father's support of him becoming the next Sultan only made this worse, as he felt no doubt about his father's choice.[3]

Ahmet constantly paid attention to his relations with the public, as he realized the equal importance of their support. Therefore, he was easily upset by events as Tarik Barleti's death, which he regarded as an assault on his public image.[3]

However, a significant proportion of the citizens of Constantinople preferred Ahmet's brother, Selim, to become the Sultan. They argued that Ahmet was a weak man, who had difficulties with making important choices when it came to war, and who would become restless in times of peace.[3]

As Grand Master of the Byzantine Rite, Ahmet was an intelligent and cunning man. Due to his age and charm, he was able to rule over men who would not normally accept another as their superior. Ahmet managed to set up a scheme to get his hands on the Masyaf keys, while simultaneously maintaining his good public image.[3]

Ahmet deeply believed in the Templar cause, as he did not seek wealth for himself, but power and influence for the Order. His nephew, Suleiman, described him as a sincere individual.[3]

琐闻

  • Ahmet is a Turkish variant of the Arabic name Ahmad, meaning "highly praised".
  • Historically, Ahmet was executed in 1513 near Bursa after his army was defeated by Selim I when the latter learned of Ahmet's treachery.

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