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“罗马的解放,开始了。”
―1503年,埃齐奥·奥迪托雷对一名刺客新兵说。[来源]

解放罗马发生于意大利文艺复兴时期,在此事件中,罗马在由埃齐奥·奥迪托雷领导的意大利刺客兄弟会的帮助下,摆脱了博吉亚家族的统治,并且最终真正进入了文艺复兴之中。

起义伊始编辑

满目疮痍的罗马编辑

“随着博吉亚的势力逐渐扩张,他们在城里将自己想要的地方纳为地盘。”
―马基亚维利就博吉亚家族的压迫对埃齐奥说道。[来源]
1500年,在蒙特里久尼围城战及其随后的陷落之后,刺客大师埃齐奥·奥迪托雷开始了他的罗马之旅。被激怒的他正在寻求一场复仇,为家园的战火,也为他的叔叔马里奥·奥迪托雷的死。然而,由于在切萨雷·博吉亚军队的袭击中受了伤,他半途就晕倒了过去。因此,尼可罗·马基亚维利在郊外发现了他,并将他带到了罗马。

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埃齐奥醒来看见了一名年轻的妇女,是她帮助埃齐奥治疗伤口,尽管还没有完全恢复。她告诉埃齐奥去奥古斯都陵墓与马基亚维利碰面,并将新的刺客装束交给了他,之后埃齐奥就离开了。在路上,埃齐奥发现罗马满目疮痍,大多数市民都惊慌度日:人们又穷又饿,卫兵却腐败无情,这座城市正在博吉亚家族的压迫之下逐渐衰落。[2]

在与马基亚维利见面之后,他告诉埃齐奥一些博吉亚的规矩。两人边走边说来到了一些马厩前,马基亚维利说他们无法使用,因为博吉亚家族将城里的某些区域纳入自己的地盘。然而,埃齐奥厌倦了看到这座城市处于绝望和悲痛之下,他烧毁了附近的博吉亚塔楼——也就是这片区域中博吉亚家族的统治根源。如此一来,马厩得以重新开放,博吉亚家族的影响力也被削弱了一些。随后马基亚维利带埃齐奥看了刺客在罗马的唯一据点——台伯岛藏身处[2]

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Ezio, conversing with Machiavelli and Fabio Orsini

两人抵达藏身处,受到了法比奥·奥尔西尼的招待。这位盟友希望推翻博吉亚家族,尤其是切萨雷的势力。埃奇奥一人无力撼动庞大的博吉亚家族,便询问马基雅维利在罗马城内的联络网,但后者坦陈,罗马所有地下势力均有各自的困难,无法为组织效力。埃奇奥便亲自启程与罗马佣兵,、妓女盗贼取得联络。[2]

罗马地下组织的复兴编辑

埃奇奥首先成功发现了盗贼公会的秘密基地——睡狐居。他找到了盗贼公会领袖拉·沃尔佩并解决了他遭遇的一些困难。埃奇奥协助拉·沃尔佩将年久失修的盗贼公会总部修葺一新,将其伪装成酒馆模样,以防博吉亚生疑。拉·沃尔佩对埃奇奥的协助蔚为感激,于是告诫埃奇奥:他怀疑马基雅维利背叛了组织。[2]

随后,埃奇奥拜访了巴尔托洛梅奥·德·阿尔维阿诺,他的妻子潘塔西莉娅告诉埃奇奥,巴尔托洛梅奥正受到博吉亚和瓦卢瓦领导的法军的双重威胁。为了解救其于水火,埃奇奥在一场激战中刺杀守卫,摧毁了邻近的一座博吉亚塔楼,并在此后协助佣兵工会修缮了军营。[2]

Finally attempting to ally himself with the Courtesans' Guild, Ezio discovered that the Madame of the Rosa in FioreMadonna Solari – had been kidnapped by slave traders. The Assassin attempted to bargain with the slave traders in order to save the Madame, through procuring 2500 florins for her release, though they killed her nonetheless and attempted to attack him – Ezio was able to fend off his attackers and returned to the brothel. However, there Ezio found his sister Claudia and mother Maria at the brothel. In response to the news of Solari's death, Claudia volunteered to take the position of the new Madame to prevent the brothel's closure and help Ezio and his quest to liberate Rome; Ezio begrudgingly accepted her offer and used the ransom funds to renovate the Rosa in Fiore, but cut off any personal formalities to his sister as a result.[2]

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Ezio speaking with the guild leaders

With this, Ezio was able to have all three guilds support the Assassin Order in their insurrection against the Borgia. Subsequently, Ezio, Machiavelli and the three guild leaders met at the Tiber Island stronghold to discuss how they would defeat the Borgia.[2]

Eradication编辑

Ezio then proceeded to destroy the remaining Borgia Towers, all of which were propagating the Borgia influence across Rome. As he did, he also restored various shops and purchased famous Roman landmarks, successfully giving the people the will and initiative to think for themselves, and to fight for their own rights. As the Borgia's reach was weakened day by day, military presence in the districts became diminished, and crime rates began to drop.[2] As a local and Master Assassin, Lucas Bellini staunchly committed himself to this cause to revitalize the city.[1]

To further bring down the Borgia, each of the agents under the command of Cesare Borgia were hunted down by Ezio and his Brotherhood, resulting in the Templars losing crucial power in the city. Additionally, the Followers of Romulus, who were commanded by Cesare and their Papal overlords, were also brought down by Ezio; to stop these false pagans from terrorizing the people of Rome, he infiltrated their lairs and killed their leaders.[2]

Removal of Cesare's resources编辑

The Banker编辑

Agostino Chigi is the Pope's money-lender, but Cesare does business with someone else.”
―La Volpe informs Ezio of Cesare's personal banker.[来源]
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The Banker's party

Shortly after rescuing Caterina Sforza from the Castel Sant'Angelo, Ezio realized that in order to completely remove the Borgia's influence, he would need to cut off Cesare's funds. La Volpe determined that Cesare's funds came from one known as "the Banker." Claudia Auditore confirmed this, and spoke of a senator, Egidio Troche, who owed the Banker money.[2]

Ezio set out to find the senator, and eventually came across him being harassed by the Banker's debt collectors at the Il Campidoglio – in response, Ezio killed the collectors and led Egidio to safety. After offering to provide the money Egidio owed, Ezio followed him to the place where the money was to be collected, proving to be the Pantheon.[2]

Once there, Ezio assassinated the guard who was counting the money and impersonated him by wearing his armor. The Assassin then delivered the money to the Banker's henchmen, who were ready to bring it to the Banker himself. Slipping away and changing back into his robes, Ezio followed the carrier into the party that the Banker was holding, and sat on a nearby bench. When the Banker walked by, proving to be Juan Borgia the Elder, Ezio pounced and assassinated him. With the first of Cesare's three generals gone, Cesare was deprived of his funds.[2]

Skirmish with the Baron编辑

主要词条: Skirmish in the Campagna district


“Whatever the French may think, Cesare intends to be king.”
―Bartolomeo discussing the Baron and Cesare.[来源]
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The Baron and his troops

Ezio soon found out that Cesare had persuaded King Louis of France to lend him an entire army to aid in his conquests. This army, which was under the command of Octavian de Valois, was at the time engaged in close conflict with the Assassin and condottiero, Bartolomeo d'Alviano.[2]

Ezio, with Bartolomeo's aid, planned to assassinate the general of the French forces and leave them in disarray. However, during the battle, Bartolomeo's wife, Pantasilea, was kidnapped by the Baron, who demanded Bartolomeo's unconditional surrender.[2]

Seemingly left with no other alternative, Bartolomeo began to prepare for surrender. However, Ezio stopped him, and offered a plan which would allow them to safely rescue Pantasilea: Ezio and his mercenaries would disguise themselves as French soldiers and pretend to escort a "surrendering" Bartolomeo, before entering the French camp without arousing suspicion.[2]

The plan was successful, and once inside, Ezio signaled for the mercenaries to begin the attack. However, the Baron retreated deeper into the camp with Pantasilea as a hostage. Ezio was nevertheless able to approach undetected and assassinate the Baron. With the second of Cesare's three generals gone, his military troops were in disarray.[2]

The Templar assassin编辑

“Micheletto. The best killer in Roma. No one escapes him.”
―La Volpe describing Micheletto.[来源]
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Ezio at the Passion play

Cesare's power was sufficiently weakened with his troops and funds in shambles, thus Ezio felt that it was time to move in for the kill. However, in order to enter the heavily guarded Castel Sant'Angelo, he would need to be able to slip in undetected. For this, La Volpe suggested retrieving the key that had been given to Pietro Rossi, Lucrezia Borgia's current lover.[2]

However, in doing so, Ezio uncovered a plot to assassinate the actor – Cesare had found out about Pietro's relationship with his sister, and so he had sent his "butcher", Micheletto Corella, to kill Pietro during his performance of the Passion Play to be held at the Colosseum.[2]

Ezio realized that if Pietro was assassinated, he would never be able to reach Cesare, so he set forth to save Pietro's life. After acquiring and disguising himself and his recruits as actors, Ezio managed to make his way onto the stage and neutralize Micheletto, although Micheletto told Ezio that he had already poisoned the wine that Pietro had drank during the play.[2]

As such, Ezio was forced to bring Pietro to a nearby doctor, whose medicine cured Pietro. Subsequently, Ezio demanded the key from Pietro, to which the actor eventually obliged.[2]

While he made to leave, however, Ezio saw Paganino, one of the thieves who had been at the Villa Auditore during Cesare's attack – the man fled when confronted, and Ezio gave chase. Upon catching Paganino, Ezio discovered that he was the one who had been spying on the Assassins for the Borgia, but his discovery was cut short when the thief killed himself upon the Assassin's Hidden Blade, after proclaiming "Long live the Borgia!" as he did.[2]

With the new information, Ezio hurriedly raced back to Tiber Island to prevent La Volpe from killing Machiavelli, who he had long suspected was the traitor. Once Ezio had managed to intervene and successfully proven Machiavelli's innocence before the attack, a meeting of the Assassins was called. Claudia Auditore was initiated into the Order, after Ezio had seen her abilities manifest themselves in her defense of the Rosa in Fiore from two Borgia guards that had followed her courtesans back from Trastevere, and Ezio was declared the Mentor of the Italian Assassins.[2]

With Micheletto neutralized, Ezio had been given a way to enter the Castel Sant'Angelo, locate the stolen Apple of Eden, and assassinate Cesare; this final act would truly liberate Rome.[2]

The freedom of Rome编辑

“Join me and I will take back Roma!”
―Cesare making a desperate bid for support.[来源]
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Cesare arguing with his father

Ezio once again infiltrated the Castel with the help of the key to the side door he had obtained from Pietro. Once inside, he made his way towards the Papal apartments, and eventually arrived at a window that led into the Pope's chambers.[2]

There, he then witnessed a conversation between Cesare and his father Rodrigo, in which Cesare furiously demanded where his funds and troops had gone. Rodrigo informed him that it had been the Assassins' doing, but refused to offer Cesare any monetary aid or compensation.[2]

Cesare stated that if Rodrigo would not give him money, he would use the Apple of Eden to get what he wanted. Rodrigo then told him that he had hidden the Apple, prompting Cesare to demand its location. Their conversation was interrupted by Lucrezia, who ran into the room claiming that Rodrigo planned to poison Cesare with the apple that Cesare had just taken a bite of.[2]

Infuriated, Cesare spat out what he had been eating and viciously rammed the remaining apple down his father's throat. Distraught, Lucrezia pleaded for him to stop by telling him that she knew where the Apple of Eden was, though Cesare immediately pinned her to the wall by the throat and demanded that she tell him.[2]

Meanwhile, Ezio had made his way to the open window, but by the time he had gotten in, Cesare had departed in search of his objective. Lucrezia then gave the location to Ezio as well, and he raced to get to the courtyard in front of Basilica di San Pietro before Cesare.[2]

Fortunately, Ezio arrived there in time and, locating the Apple with his Eagle Vision, reclaimed it for the Assassins. Upon his narrow escape from the Vaticano District, Ezio began to use the Apple to kill the remnants of Cesare's army, leaving him with next to nothing.[2]

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The Assassins facing Cesare's troops

In December 1503, Cesare met with his few remaining Templar loyalists at the gates to Rome, in order to await his army that he had recalled from the battlefield to aid him. Instead, Cesare was ambushed by the Assassins, and his men were killed, though he himself safely sealed himself outside the city walls in order to escape them.[2]

The army that arrived for him, however, was not his own, but that of Fabio Orsini, who had been warranted to arrest Cesare upon the order of the new Pope, Julius II. At this, Rome was fully liberated from the influential rule of the Borgia and the Templars.[2]

事件后续编辑

刺客与圣殿骑士编辑

“This is not your city anymore!”
―Ezio to Cesare after driving him out of Rome.[来源]
Following Cesare's fall from power, Ezio was worried that he remained a threat despite his arrest. Leonardo da Vinci encouraged Ezio to use the Apple and see what would eventually become of Cesare. Despite his initial protests, Ezio decided that he could not risk Cesare's return, and used the Apple to see what the future held. He immediately discovered Cesare's plan to escape, and set about foiling the attempt. This would eventually lead the Mentor to Spain, seeking to prevent Cesare from emerging triumphant at the Siege of Viana.[2]

With many of their important members dead or driven out of Rome, the Templars lost control of the city. After a new Assassin-affiliated Pope was elected, Pope Julius II, the Templars lost all hope of ever seizing control of Rome for the near future.[2]

切萨雷·博吉亚编辑

“No! This is not how it ends! Chains will not hold me! I will not die by the hands of man!”
―Cesare's claims during his arrest, 1503.[来源]
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Cesare Borgia's arrest

In 1504, Cesare was exiled to Spain and imprisoned at the Castillo de la Mota. However, he was in luck, as the Count of the city provided him with a rope to aid him in an escape attempt. Cesare dropped seventy feet from the prison wall, fracturing several bones, but was saved after he landed on the servant that accompanied him.[2]

Leaving the injured servant behind, Cesare escaped the area dressed in a merchant's garb, and joined his brother-in-law, King John III of Navarre. In 1507, King John ordered Cesare to lead his force of 10,000 men to Viana to reclaim Viana Castle from the Count of Lerin. Cesare planned to win the battle to regain the support of the French, and eventually take back Rome. However, he was ultimately eliminated in the siege of Viana, thanks to Ezio's intervention.[2]

罗马编辑

After Rodrigo's death and Cesare's fall from power, Rome went through a massive change. All the shops had re-opened, the factions were re-established, and the citizens underwent a change from bandits and beggars, to artists and merchants. The Papal Guard were no longer corrupt, and the prosperity and light of the Renaissance had finally been brought into Rome.[2]

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