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The death of Ezio's brothers and father doesn't seem to affect Ezio that much. I think it's bad writing.


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Apathy is death
It's not like entire cast of Assassin Creed are emotionless robots


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It's not like entire cast of Assassin Creed are emotionless robots
I'm not sure what you mean. Ezio is definitely a guy written to have emotions and later on wisdom. He's written to be charismatic, a leader, and a hothead.


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Apathy is death
It's not like entire cast of Assassin Creed are emotionless robots
I'm not sure what you mean. Ezio is definitely a guy written to have emotions and later on wisdom. He's written to be charismatic, a leader, and a hothead.
Except he'll never be a hothead, because Ubisoft's view of assassins is that they are mersilless killers who are following orders and ignore anything outside their goals. Even when they do express emotions, they do so in such a shallow way that they just aren't beliveable. It's less noticable with second game, but it's still present in it, for example in a moment when Ezio receives hidden blade. I don't think that's even problem of Ezio himself, it just lack of moments in game where he can show that he is hotheaded or has any emotion besides smug shrug good guy type standart emotion pack.


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It's not like entire cast of Assassin Creed are emotionless robots
I'm not sure what you mean. Ezio is definitely a guy written to have emotions and later on wisdom. He's written to be charismatic, a leader, and a hothead.
Except he'll never be a hothead, because Ubisoft's view of assassins is that they are mersilless killers who are following orders and ignore anything outside their goals. Even when they do express emotions, they do so in such a shallow way that they just aren't beliveable. It's less noticable with second game, but it's still present in it, for example in a moment when Ezio receives hidden blade. I don't think that's even problem of Ezio himself, it just lack of moments in game where he can show that he is hotheaded or has any emotion besides smug shrug good guy type standart emotion pack.
You're pulling this out of your ass. I'm just gonna name one example that disproves your theory. Assassin's Creed Rogue.


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I came here from b.net after a few Floods invited me. None of them post on either b.net nor here anymore, which is sad. I was still active on b.net until for some bizarre reason, b.net admins locked out people who have not played Destiny. Even if you wanted to post on the offtopic section. After that, I fully moved here and have not returned to b.net since.
Please come play Halo with me.
Remember when Cortana died in Halo 4. ex dee?


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Apathy is death
It's not like entire cast of Assassin Creed are emotionless robots
I'm not sure what you mean. Ezio is definitely a guy written to have emotions and later on wisdom. He's written to be charismatic, a leader, and a hothead.
Except he'll never be a hothead, because Ubisoft's view of assassins is that they are mersilless killers who are following orders and ignore anything outside their goals. Even when they do express emotions, they do so in such a shallow way that they just aren't beliveable. It's less noticable with second game, but it's still present in it, for example in a moment when Ezio receives hidden blade. I don't think that's even problem of Ezio himself, it just lack of moments in game where he can show that he is hotheaded or has any emotion besides smug shrug good guy type standart emotion pack.
You're pulling this out of your ass. I'm just gonna name one example that disproves your theory. Assassin's Creed Rogue.
You expect me to play rest of the franchise after not liking first 4 games?