...from watching myrialux
play Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood.
Ezio the Assassin is the biggest house flipper in Renaissance Rome. ("Flip This Villa" as Toby says.)
There is nothing funnier than accidentally calling your horse at the wrong time. Except maybe accidentally picking up a body when you're trying to loot it.
Rome has the most well-behaved horses around. None of them spook when Ezio runs into or falls on them, they climb stairs with ease. But they can't step over dead bodies and stand there, ineffectually walking in place, until the rider manages to aim them in another direction.
Romans of the time have a love for street theatre that outstrips that of Ankh-Morporkians, as they will often come toward a deadly street brawl.
If you take Ezio in and out of high profile really quickly, he looks kind of like he's beatboxing.
Ezio really wants to climb down that ladder, even though you don't want him to.
Ignore the well-armored man hiding in the convenient haystack!
Roman guards don't get paid very well. Hardly worth looting their bodies unless you need the money for more house-flipping.
Romans lace their towers with high explosives and make their banners out of flash paper. It's amazing the damage one torch can do.
You'd think guards would learn not to push Ezio around.
Ezio's mom and sister are hanging out in a brothel and he has no problem with that.
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