#1 Posted by Trains (134 posts) -


#2 Posted by TheHT (11769 posts) -

The way Ezio says Claudia is great. EY CLAOUWDEYA.

But I have to go with Sforza. Goddamn that woman can curse!

#3 Posted by Trains (134 posts) -

@TheHT: Haha I noticed that too, especially when he is writing the letters to her in revelations XD

#4 Posted by Brodehouse (10128 posts) -

When Claudia starts stabbing fools and fighting in the market alongside Ezio without anything approaching armor, it's just a fuck yeah moment all around.

But Sforza... That's a hell of a woman you got there.

Cesare is great because he wants to eat all the scenery. Incoming ham.

#5 Posted by ZeForgotten (10397 posts) -

I like Yusuf just because of one of his lines 
 
"Renowed Master and Mentor, Ezio Auditore de la la la" and the face he makes while saying it

#6 Posted by Video_Game_King (36272 posts) -

Where's the option for the bard you can poison a ton in Assassin's Creed II?

#7 Posted by JoeyRavn (4983 posts) -

Leonardo is awesome. The puppy-eyed face he makes when you fail the QTE to hug him in AC2 (or was it AC2:B?) is amazing.

#8 Posted by StarvingGamer (8551 posts) -

Caterina!

#9 Posted by TooWalrus (13256 posts) -

I've loved Uncle Mario from the first words he says: "it's-a-me! Mario!"

#10 Posted by Trains (134 posts) -

@Video_Game_King said:

Where's the option for the bard you can poison a ton in Assassin's Creed II?

I have no idea who you are referring to lol but there is an 'other' option for people that I did not list!

#11 Posted by BBQBram (2291 posts) -

Machiavelli because he plays it cool. Secretly knowing. Writing era-defining philosophy. I might be biased because of his real world counterpart.

#12 Posted by Stephen_Von_Cloud (1530 posts) -

@TheHT said:

The way Ezio says Claudia is great. EY CLAOUWDEYA.

But I have to go with Sforza. Goddamn that woman can curse!

I almost chose her because of that.

I just found La Volpe pretty cool in Brotherhood though. I'm surprised everyone likes Da Vinci so much, not that he was bad or anything. I didn't care for how they handled Machiavelli.