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“While I thought that I was learning how to live, I have been learning how to die.
-Leonardo Da Vinci”
― Oliver Bowden, Assassin’s Creed: Renaissance

“Everything is permitted, Nothing is true.”
― Oliver Bowden, Assassin’s Creed: Renaissance

“Self-expression is a vital part of understanding life, and enjoying it to the full.” ― Oliver Bowden, Assassin’s Creed: Renaissance

“Listen, do you really expect me to believe that God lives beneath the Vatican?- Ezio Auditore” ― Oliver Bowden, Assassin’s Creed: Renaissance

“It is a good life we lead, brother,’ said Federico with uncharacteristic solemnity.
‘The best,’ Ezio agreed.’And may it never change.’
They both paused – neither wishing to break the perfection of the moment – but after a while Federico quietly spoke.’May it never change us either, fratellino.”
― oliver bowden, Assassin’s Creed: Renaissance

“Seré tu guía, Ezio. Pero antes debes aprender an abrir tu mente, y a recordar siempre lo siguiente: nada es verdad. Todo está permitido.” ― Oliver Bowden, Assassin’s Creed: Renaissance

“Requiescat in pace
-Ezio Auditore”

“The crowd began to murmur, but then a firm voice stilled it. Giovanni Auditore was speaking.’It is you who is the traitor, Uberto. You, one of my closest associates and friends, in whom I entrusted my life! And I am a fool. I did not see that you are one of them!’ Here he raised his voice to a great cry of anguish and of rage.’You may take our lives today, but mark this – we will have yours in return!’

-Giovanni Auditore,
Before his execution”
― Oliver Bowden, Assassin’s Creed: Renaissance

“The Templars lost their Christianity when they discovered banking,”
― Oliver Bowden, Assassin’s Creed: Renaissance

“Over time, and sentence uttered long and loud enough becomes fixed. Becomes a truth. Provided, of course, you can outlast the dissent and silence your opponents. But should you succeed – and remove all challenges – then what remains is, by default, now true.
Is it true in some objective sense? No. But how does one ever achieve an objective point of view? The answer is you don’t. It is literally, physically impossible. There are too many variables. Too many fields and formulae to consider. We can try, of course. We can inch closer and closer to a revelation. But we’ll never reach it. Not ever . . .
And so I have realized, that so long as The Templar exist, they will attempt to bend reality to their will. They recognize there is no such thing as absolute truth – or if there is – we are hopelessly underequipped to recognize it. And so in its place, they seek to create their own explanation.
It is the guiding principle of their so-named “New World Order”; To reshape existence in their own image. It is not about artifacts. Not about men. These are merely tools. It’s about concepts. Clever of them. For how does one wage war against a concept?
It is the perfect weapon. It lacks a physical form yet can alter the world around us in numerous, often violent ways. You cannot kill a creed. Even if you kill all of its adherents, destroy all of its writings – these are a reprieve at best. Someone, someday, will rediscover it. Reinvent it. I believe that even we, the Assassins, have simply re-discovered an Order that predates the Old Man himself . . .”
― Oliver Bowden, Assassin’s Creed: Renaissance

“I have sworn to be done with it. To not gaze into its core. but faced as I am with the prospect of my end, what harm is there I one last look . .”
― Oliver Bowden, Assassin’s Creed: Renaissance

“While I thought that I was learning how to live, I have been learning how to die. – Leonardo da Vinci”

“most men are so afraid of beautiful girls that anyone who actually plucks up the courage to have a chat stands at an immediate advantage”
― Oliver Bowden, Assassin’s Creed: Renaissance

“You’ll forgive me if I’ve grown tired of waiting for humanity to wake up.”
― Oliver Bowden, Assassin’s Creed: Renaissance

“You take what you can get and hold on tight to it- by any means necessary. After all you only live once.” ― Oliver Bowden, Assassin’s Creed: Renaissance

“Why should some poor animal die just because it tastes good to us?” ― Oliver Bowden, Assassin’s Creed: Renaissance

“From now, his life was forged for one purpose and one purpose alone- revenge.” ― Oliver Bowden, Assassin’s Creed: Renaissance

“Once there, he was met by Rosa, who greeted him with a lingering kiss. “Put your dagger back in its sheath,” she smiled as their bodies pressed together. “You’re the one who made me draw it. And you’re the one,” he added knowingly, “with its sheath.” She took his hand. “Come on, then.”
― Oliver Bowden, Assassin’s Creed: Renaissance

“Some men cannot be reasoned with.”
― Oliver Bowden, Assassin’s Creed: The Secret Crusade

“I am already dead inside. But I will finish what I have to do.”
― Oliver Bowden, Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood

“A warning to you both – choose to follow me or oppose me and I will kill you.
-Connor Kenway”

“It’s incredible. The more we learn about the world, the less we seem to know.”
― Oliver Bowden, Assassin’s Creed: Revelations

“Ah, I am weary of this fight, Claudia … Weary not because I am tired, but because our struggle seems to move in one direction only … towards chaos. Today I have more questions than answers. This is why I have come so far: to find clarity. To find the wisdom left behind by the Great Mentor, so that I may better understand the purpose of our fight and my place in it. Should anything happen to me, dear Claudia … should my skills fail me, or my ambition leads me astray, do not seek revenge or retribution in my memory, but fight to continue the search for truth so that all may benefit. My story is one of many thousands, and the world will suffer if it ends too soon.”
― Oliver Bowden, Assassin’s Creed: Revelations

“I have sworn to be done with it. To not gaze into its core. but faced as I am with the prospect of my end, what harm is there I one last look . .”

“While I thought that I was learning how to live, I have been learning how to die. – Leonardo da Vinci”

[Yusuf Tazim, the leader of the Turkish Assassin Order, greets Ezio.]
Yusuf Tazim: Hoshgeldin, kardeshim! (Welcome, brother!) Unless the legend is a lie, you are the man I long to meet. Renowned master and Mentor, Ezio Auditore da la-la-la.
Ezio: Prego? (Excuse me?)
Yusuf: Forgive me. I have a hard time remembering that Italian gibberish.
Ezio: Da Firenze. The city where I was born.
Yusuf: Ah, yes! So, by your custom, I would be…”Yusuf Tazim da Istanbul”. I like that!
Ezio: Istanbul? Yet another name for this city?
Yusuf: Evet (Yes), it is a local favorite. Come, Mentor da Firenze. I will show you around.

Duccio: Mia cara (my darling)! The string of fate have drawn us together. Two Italiani (Italians), lost and alone in the orient. Do you not feel the magnetismo (magnetism)?
Sofia: I feel many thing, messere (sir). nausea above all.
Ezio: Is this man bothering you, Sofia?
Duccio: Excuse me, messere (sir), but the lady and I- Ah! il diavolo in persona! (ah the devil himself!) Stay back!
Ezio: Duccio. A pleasure.
Duccio: Run buonna bonna! (dear lady!) Run for your life!
Sofia: Who was that?
Ezio: Un cane. (A dog.) He was engaged to my sister many years ago.
Sofia: And what happened?
Ezio: His cazzo (dick) was engaged to six others.
Altaïr:I did not know him well as a father. He was an Assassin above all.
Al Mualim: You, too, were born into this Order. Do you regret it?
Altaïr: How can I regret the only life I have ever known?
[Abbas, shot by Altaïr’s pistol, falls to the floor of the “Black Room”. Altaïr slowly approaches him.]
Abbas: I can never forgive you, Altaïr. The lies you told about my family, my father. The humiliation I suffered.

Altaïr: They were not lies, Abbas. I was ten years old when your father came to see me. He was in tears, begging to be forgiven for betraying my family. Then he cut his own throat. I watched his life ebb away at my feet. I will never forget that image.
Abbas: No…
Altaïr: But he was not a coward, Abbas—he reclaimed his honor.
Abbas: I hope there is another life after this one. Then, I will see him, and know the truth of his final days… And when it is your time, we will find you, and then…there will be…no doubts…

[Abbas Sofian dies.]
Clay: What is a man but the sum of his memories? We are the stories we live! The tales we tell ourselves!

[The Piece of Eden is activated]
Ezio: Desmond? I heard your name once before Desmond, a long time ago. And now It lingers in my mind like an image from an old dream. I do not know where you are, or by what means you can hear me. But I know you are listening. (he leaves his weapons) I have lived my life as best I could, not knowing its purpose, but drawn forward like a moth to a distant moon. And here, at last, I discover a strange truth. That I am only a conduit for a message that eludes my understanding. Who are we, who have been so blessed to share our stories like this? To speak across centuries? Maybe you will answer all the questions I have asked. Maybe you will be the one to make all this suffering worth something in the end. Now… listen…