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Which Assassin is better: Altair (yes) or Ezio (no)?

Asked by: TheBunnyAssassin
  • Altair Is Much More Better

    The Real Assassin Altair learned the Creed on the hardest path, and the other assassin's literally spend their days following his trail and trying to live up to him. He was the most skilled in combat without any special weapons or gadgets, and then went on to set the standard to which none could surpass. Ezio's duel wielding does not make him a better assassin, just a better armed one.

  • The Real Assassin

    Altair learned the Creed on the hardest path, and the other assassin's literally spend their days following his trail and trying to live up to him. He was the most skilled in combat without any special weapons or gadgets, and then went on to set the standard to which none could surpass. Ezio's duel wielding does not make him a better assassin, just a better armed one.

  • I support Altair.

    I support Altair because he was one of the best and most extraordinary Assassins in the Order. Altair was the Mentor who developed the Order and expanded it to its full potential. The Masyaf fortress may have had fallen, but it was due to the Assassins who were sent across the globe to create more guilds. Without Altair, there would be no Assassins today.
    We work in the dark, to serve the light.
    Nothing is true, everything is permitted.

    TheBunnyAssassin

  • In love with (almost) everything about Ezio

    While, yes, Altair was the Mentor and built the Order and all, his personality start game is too damn arrogant, and personality end game is too damn self righteous. It's generally bland besides those two characteristics. All of this, while Ezio has an in-depth personality that makes him lovable and 'hateable' all at the same time.
    While, yes, is it due to game mechanics, Ezio can perform many more stunts and kills, such as air kills, hiding place kills, double kills, and more.

    Ezio, in his older age, truly explained the Creed to Sofia in a way that maybe Altair could not have, as Ezio was always one skilled with words.
    "To say that nothing is true, is to realize that the foundations of society are fragile, and that we must be the shepherds of our own civilization. To say that everything is permitted, is to understand that we are the architects of our actions, and that we must live with their consequences, whether glorious or tragic."

    There was a good reason why three games were based on the tale of Ezio.


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