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Assassin's Creed Brotherhood Armor and Weapons Guide

Assassin's Creed Brotherhood Armor and Weapons Guide

Ezio starts very simply with just a sword, his hidden blade and a few other armaments. Over time you get access to more weapons.

Hidden Blade
Fist
Small Weapons
Medium Weapons
Heavy Weapons
Crossbow Upgrades
Throwing Knife Upgrades
Poison Vial Upgrades
Medicine Pouch Upgrades
Armor Sets

Hidden Blade Upgrades
Double Blade – 3800        Bought from Leonardo in Sequence 4
Poison Darts – 7500        Bought from Leonardo in Sequence 4

Fists        Damage     Speed        Deflect        Price    Availability
Fist               1            5                 1              0       Immediate
Climb-Leap    3            5                 1            6100    Sequence 4, Sold by Leonardo

Small Weapons    Damage     Speed        Deflect        Price    Availability
Stiletto                      1             1                2              300     Sequence 3
Knife                        1              2               3             700     Sequence 3
Dagger                      2             4               1             6250    Sequence 6
Bone Dagger of          2            4                4             1900    Sequence 4
Romulus
Notched Cinquedea    4             4                2            8600    Sequence 7

Special Unlocks
Butcher Knife            3             5                3              500    Open 5 Blacksmith Shops
Maria's Dagger          5             3                4               0      Reach lvl. 3 with Courtesans
Dagger of Brutus       5             5                5               0     Collect 6 keys of Romulus

Medium Weapons    Damage     Speed        Deflect        Price    Availability
Common Sword            1            2                3               0      Sequence 1
Roman Longsword        1            3                3             1400   Sequence 3
Silician Rapier               1            4                3             2600   Sequence 4
Mercenario War            1            3                5             2750    Sequence 4
Hammer
Venetian Falchion          1             5               5             5700    Sequence 5
Old Syrian Sword          3            4                1             8800    Sequence 6
Condottiero Mace          3            5                3            11600    Sequence 7
Schiavona                     4            2                2            10400    Sequence 7
Milanese Sword             4            4                2            15700    Sequence 8
Condottiero War            5            2                4            17200    Sequence 8
Hammer

Special Unlocks
Cavalieri Mace               2            1                1              6400    Open 5 Blacksmith Shops
Captain’s Sword            2            4                3                 0       Blacksmith Shop Quest
La Volpe's Bite               3            5                5                 0      Reach lvl. 3 with Thieves
Sword of Altair              5            5                5                 0    Complete All Assassin Challenges

Heavy Weapons    Damage     Speed        Deflect        Price    Availability
Bearded Axe              2              3               4             700      Sequence 1
Bastard Sword           3              4               3           12400    Sequence 6
Stocco                      3              5               5           17000    Sequence 7

Special Unlocks
Bartolomeo's Axe       3              2               5        0              Reach lvl. 3 with Mercenaries
Spada Lunga             4               5               3        0             Blacksmith Shop Quest
Spadone                    5              4               4        26100      Open 10 Blacksmith Shops

Crossbow Upgrades    Effect                          Cost                Availability
Medium Quiver    Adds 5 Bolts (Total of 20)    6700                After buying crossbow
Large Quiver        Adds 5 Bolts (Total of 25         0                 Tailor Shop Quest

Throwing Knife Upgrades*    Effect            Cost            Availability
Knife Belt Upgrade 1             +5                 1900            Open 4 Tailor Shops
Knife Belt Upgrade 2             +5                 3100            Open 8 Tailor Shops
Knife Belt Upgrade 3             +5                 6100            Sequence 4
Knife Belt Upgrade 4             +5 (total 25)   10300          Sequence 7

Poison Vial Upgrades*    Effect            Cost            Availability
Poison Vial Upgrade 1    +5                 2800            Open 8 Tailor Shops
Poison Vial Upgrade 2    +5 (total 1      8100            Sequence 6

Medicine Pouch Upgrades*    Effect            Cost            Availability
Medium Pouch                 +5 (total 10)       2500            Open 4 Tailor Shops
Large Medicine Pouch       +5 (total 15)       6200            Sequence 5

*You will gain access to the upgrades as the criteria is met. So, if you open 8 Tailor Shops, before Sequence 4, you will have access to 1 Poison Upgrade, 2 Throwing Knife Upgrades and 1 Medicine Pouch Upgrade


Armor Sets
Every set of armor, with the exception of the Armor of Brutus, needs to be periodically repaired.  Watch your health bars carefully. Whenever you see one ringed in red, the armor is broken and can only be restored by visiting a Blacksmith. A second note is that you cannot equip the Vambraces until you have received the Double Blade from Leonardo.

Armor Level 1 – Roman Armor
Worn        Health Added        Resistance    HP        Availability
Arms            1                              2        200         Sequence 4, Memory 8
Legs             1                            2.5       250      Sequence 3
Shoulder        1                             3        300        Sequence 2, Memory 3
Chest            2                             4        400        Sequence 5

Armor Level 2 – Rondelle Armor
Worn        Health Added        Resistance    HP        Availability
Arms            1                             3         300        Sequence 5, Memory 2
Legs             2                            3.5        350        Sequence 5, Memory 2
Shoulder        2                           4.5        450        Sequence 6
Chest            3                             5         500        Sequence 6

Armor Level 3 – Plate Armor
Worn        Health Added        Resistance    HP        Availability
Arms             2                             4         400        Sequence 6, Memory 2
Legs              2                            4.5       450        Sequence 6, Memory 2
Shoulder        3                           5.5        550        Sequence 7
Chest             4                              6       600        Sequence 7

Armor Level 4 – Seusenhofer Armor
Worn        Health Added        Resistance    HP        Availability
Arms            3                             6        600        Sequence 7, Memory 3
Legs             3                           6.5        650        Sequence 7, Memory 3
Shoulder       4                             7        700        Blacksmith Shop Quest
Chest            5                             8        800        Blacksmith Shop Quest

Armor Level 5 – Armor of Brutus
The Armor of Brutus is unlocked by finding and completing all 6 of the Lairs of Romulus found throughout Rome.

Worn        Health Added   
Arms            2
Legs            3
Shoulder        4
Chest            6



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Assassin's Creed: Every Armor Ranked In The Ezio Trilogy, Based On Appearance

Throughout the Assassin's Creed games, there are plenty of outfits that were designed for the protagonists, each of which helped to not only represent the era that it came from, but it also helped establish the character's journey. Ezio, for example, had three games total and had multiple armors and outfits based around him. These armors in particular helped to either elevate or hinder the base character designs of the games.

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As such, here is every armor from the games ranked from the Ezio trilogy. These outfits will be judged mostly on aesthetics and design, as only a few have unique attributes.

17 Leather Armor

The original weakest armor in Assassin's Creed 2 is also one of the most uninteresting sets in the entire trilogy. Fitting the name of Leather, aesthetically it is everything that players would expect of a leather armor set.

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The full brown set is incredibly bland due to its lack of textural elements. As a result it just kind of sits there with the rest of the armor. Although it does its job during the early parts of the game, it becomes rather irrelevant as much more powerful sets roll around.

16 Metal Armor

Contrasting the Leather armor is the third strongest set in all of Assassin's Creed 2. However, the armor set still falls under the same trappings of the Leather armor in the fact that it looks fairly plain. Although unlike the leather set, the Metal armor is able to comfortably mesh nicely with the white assassin's outfit. If the player dyes the outfit, the armor is able to stand out more. However, outside of that, it's the plain design still makes it far behind the other sets.

15 Azap Armor

The Azap armor is the leather set for Assassin's Creed Revelations. In terms of aesthetics, there are plenty of elements that make it decent to look at like the little details on the greaves and the chest plate. Not only that but it also fits well with the darker robes that Ezio wears in his later days. However, this is also a double edge sword as it blends too well with the outfit. The result kind of makes it does not stand out nearly as much as other armors.

14 Roman Armor

The Roman armor is the leather set within Assassin's Creed Brotherhood. Similar to the leather armor in Assassin's Creed 2, it doesn't mesh fully well with the robes of Brotherhood but they do have a decent design to it, unlike the leather. It also doesn't blend in like Azap so it is overall a little better overall. However, that being said, the armors that come in afterwards in the game is far more interesting looking.

13 Rondelle Armor

The Rondelle armor is very similar to the Roman armor. Almost to the point of having the exact design. The only difference is that it has some metal lining within the details of the suit. However, in spite of this, this really holds back the armor in a way that's not good. As it doesn't have enough to really change anything other than the sheen from a glance. As a result, it is only slightly better than the roman armor.

12 Helmschmied Armor

The Helmschmied armor is the second set of Assassin's Creed 2. Although it is quite similar to the leather armor, the Helmschmied armor stands out thanks to the metal detailing. These details is similar to how it's handled with the Rondelle armor. However, unlike that armor, it is able to stand out in a way that isn't subtle. Truly making it stand out more on its own, which is worth having in Assassin's Creed.

11 Sepahi Armor

The Sephahi armor is one of the stronger sets of Assassin's Creed Revelations. Looking very similar to the mamluk armor which will be discussed later, it is a golden-colored armor that provides Ezio with decent amounts of protection. From a design standpoint, it is able to mesh fairly well with the darker robes. However, that being said, it doesn't mesh out or complement the armors as well as certain armors that came before or after it.

10 Mamluk Armor

The Mamluk Armor is the second set that Ezio can get in Assassin's Creed Revelations. Unlike the later set, the Sepahi Armor, the armor still maintains the colors of the Azap set. Thus it is able to mesh together very well with Ezio's robes. Not only that but the cape and detailing are also very good elements to the set. The only real issue is that the suit is fairly bulky as it doesn't form the body as much as armors from Assassin's Creed 2 or Brotherhood.

9 Master Assassin Armor

The Master Assassin armor is one of the unique armor sets in all of Assassin's Creed Revelations. It is obtained when the player finishes assigning seven assassins to different assassin dens and completing the first set of Master Assassin missions.

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It also offers unique bonuses such as silent sprinting and being unbreakable. It is also genuinely interesting looking. Although the only downside is that it is fairly undyeable. It is also one of the least unique-looking out of the other unbreakable armors.

8 Armor Of Brutus

The armor of Brutus is the strongest armor available in all of Assassin's Creed Brotherhood. Originally worn by Brutus, one of the many assassins responsible for killing Julius Caesar, it is easily one of the most powerful-looking armors in the franchise. The strong red and fur elements really help make it stand out compared to other armors. However, it is also one of the bulkiest and doesn't really highlight what an Assassin should look like.

7 Plate Armor

Plate armor is one of the stronger sets of armor that Ezio can wear over the course of Assassin's Creed Brotherhood. It's an incredibly good set of armor thanks to the more minimalist elements of the armor. Not only that but it is also paired wonderfully with the white robes that the character wears. Looking decent with any other dye also works. However, what holds it back is the armor values as well as other armors looking better than it.

6 Missaglias Armor

The Missaglias armor is the second-strongest set in the entire game. Only being beaten by the armor of Altair. This armor is a really good set thanks to the designs on the plate armor. Which blends wonderfully with the robes of Ezio during that time. Not only that, but the armor set was popular enough to be used in the Assassin's Creed 2 statues and figurines. Overall the Missaglias armor is definitely one of the more recognizable sets.

5 Turkish Assassin Armor

The Turkish Assassin armor is one of the few sets in the trilogy where it is strictly an outfit or skin. Aesthetically it is quite interesting with a decent white robe which pairs well with the brown armor used. Not only that but it is one of the only armors that has a mask. The downside to this armor however is that due to aesthetic nature, players aren't able to customize to whatever they see fit.

4 Seusenhofer Armor

The Seusenhofer armor is the second strongest set in Assassin's Creed Brotherhood. During the cutscenes, this is also canonically what Ezio wears by the time he faces Cesare Borgia in Spain. Combining the best elements from the plate armor with the Missaglias armor, the end result is something that is quite strong to look at. It also blends really well with Ezio's robes.

3 Armor Of Ishak Pasha

The armor of Ishak Pasha is the unbreakable set similar to the armor of Altair and Brutus. Worn by the covert Ottoman assassin of the same name, it offers similar bonuses to the other armors mentioned earlier. However, it also has a chance of scaring guards away. Not only that, but the aesthetic of the armor is unique thanks to its gold and black armor. Not to mention the mask that comes with it.

2 Helmschmied Drachen Armor

The Helmschmied Drachen armor is one of the other outfit sets available in the Ezio trilogy.  According to the lore, it is crafted by the Helmschmied Armory in 1489 and was easily one of the finest created.

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Aesthetically it is easily one of the most pleasing to look at. With black robes and red accents, it is smoothly combined with a set of white armor that is well-designed. The only problem with the armor is that because it's an outfit, it is virtually uncustomizable.

1 Armor Of Altair

The armor of Altair is the original unbreakable set in the Ezio trilogy and the one that holds a lot of important lore. Originally created by Altair thanks to the apple of Eden, he was able to create something that was extremely light while also having incredibly good protection.

Ezio eventually wore this during the latter end of the Assassin's Creed 2 with it being revealed that he wore it during his fight against Rodrigo Borgia. The armor is really well-made with strong blacks, golds and reds. With the armor overall being considered one of the most recognizable sets in the game.

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Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood

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#1  Edited By cstrang

I was just curious which aesthetic you guys liked more:  The primarily black Altair's Armor from AC2 and the beginning of AC:B, or the red and gray wildman look of the Armor of Brutus that you get from doing the Lairs of Romulus?

(I'd have made this a real poll if I could have figured out how to do it...)

Personally, I like Altair's Armor a bit more.

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#2  Edited By ComradeKhan

I haven't seen all of the other armor sets yet but i've really been diggin Altair's Armor so far.

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#3  Edited By heatDrive88

I personally also prefer the Armor of Altair, but it's similar enough to the default armor that I almost prefer the default.

Personally I didn't like the way the armor form the Lairs of Romulus quests looked at all. It was unique, but it was really good. Gotta admit though, even if I didn't use it, the Raiden armor is a nice piece of fan-service.

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Question:  Do you need a save file from AC2 to have Altair's armor at the beginning? (I don't have the game yet but I played through AC2 on 360 but only have a PS3 now)

Anyways, just googled the Brutus armor... that shit is awesome.  Definitely like it better.

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#5  Edited By cstrang

@heatDrive88: I haven't unlocked the Raiden armor yet (I honestly don't know if I will), but, from the pictures I've seen, it does look pretty badass.
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#6  Edited By cstrang

@xobballox said:

" Question:  Do you need a save file from AC2 to have Altair's armor at the beginning? (I don't have the game yet but I played through AC2 on 360 but only have a PS3 now) Anyways, just googled the Brutus armor... that shit is awesome.  Definitely like it better. "

No, you don't need a save file.  I read somewhere that the developers automatically assumed you got 100% in AC2 for the beginning of AC: Brotherhood
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#7  Edited By ryanwho

I like it better. Enzio's armor is fucking gaudy. Altair is, I guess emblematic, since now they basically use it as a prototype for every other armor, but its boring. 

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#8  Edited By heatDrive88

@cstrang: It's not too difficult to do (just get all the gold medals in the VR training). For the most part, it's just getting a pattern down to approach all the ones where you need to either assassinate or pick up flags. The kill streak stuff is fairly easy assuming you know how to do the multi-kills, as all you need to do is select your knife so you can use your large supply of throwing knives at the same time.

If you're having troubles with some of the assassination or flag patterns, I'm sure there's some good YouTube guides on how to beat them.
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@heatDrive88: Haha, I already gold-medaled the assassination courses for that one achievement.  I just don't know how much more time I'm going to spend with the game.
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#10  Edited By BBQBram

The Altair is armor is pretty wicked and I'm definitely going for the Raiden one.

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#11  Edited By Hector

Neither I used the Nobleman outfit.

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#12  Edited By Skald


 That's actually pretty fucking cool.
What can I say? I have a weakness for red and grey.
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#13  Edited By T0mF5

I hated Altair's armor in AC2.

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#14  Edited By Bones8677

@extremeradical said:
"
 That's actually pretty fucking cool.
What can I say? I have a weakness for red and grey. "
Is that the Brutus Armor? That is really cool looking.
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#15  Edited By jeanluc  Staff

Yeah Brutus's Armor was pretty awesome, but I think I'll have to go with Altair's Armor.

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#16  Edited By deactivated-5a46aa62043d1

@extremeradical said:
"
 That's actually pretty fucking cool.
What can I say? I have a weakness for red and grey. "
That does look pretty cool, but for fucks sake...assassins shouldn't need armor. They should stab dudes in the face (and neck) and then escape. 
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@Soapy86 said:
" @extremeradical said:
"
 That's actually pretty fucking cool.
What can I say? I have a weakness for red and grey. "
That does look pretty cool, but for fucks sake...assassins shouldn't need armor. They should stab dudes in the face (and neck) and then escape.  "
Call it... Plan B.
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#18  Edited By ProLife_Zombie

"

"

 That's actually pretty fucking cool.
What can I say? I have a weakness for red and grey. "

Except in the game it kind of looks like Enzio is wearing a dress - especially when he's running and makes a quick turn.
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#19  Edited By LiquidPrince

I actually really hate Brutus's armor. Altair's was way more badass. Luckily the one I have now looks fairly similar, and if you really want Altair's armor you can get it from Uplay.

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#20  Edited By Red12b

@extremeradical said:
"
 That's actually pretty fucking cool.
What can I say? I have a weakness for red and grey. "
that's fucking awesome
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#21  Edited By tsolless

Speaking of which, I really hated the plot device they used to remove Altair's Armour.

"Hey, uh, I thought that that armour was indestructable." 
"Nope, see, there's a wooden beam that fell on it."
"But, it's not even really on it..."
"Nope, shut up."

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#22  Edited By Tennmuerti

Altair's Armour is basically a prototype Kevlar vest.
How is that not awesome!

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#23  Edited By fetchfox

heatDrive88 and cstrang, you only need bronze (or higher) to get the Raiden suit. Thats what I did. 
I personally prefer Altairs armor, and actually downloaded it through uplay late in the game. I know its anachronistic, but I think it suits him better than the Brutus armor. I've unlocked it, and it is cool, but way to bulky for my taste.
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#24  Edited By Jimbo

The Brutus armour looks terrible.  Altair's armour in AC2 wasn't much better.  

Wetland Ivory 4eva.

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#25  Edited By themangalist

The Brutus armor looks like something from a high fantasy legendary wizard's wardrobe. In other words, it's too epic and clumsy looking for an assassin.

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#26  Edited By vendetta

Brutus' armor is cool but Altair's is way more "assassin-ish", so I prefer Altair's.

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#27  Edited By cstrang

I didn't really expect this much dissent of opinion.  I really think the look of the Black Armor is a bit sleeker than Brutus', but, hey, to each their own.

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@fetchfox said:
" heatDrive88 and cstrang, you only need bronze (or higher) to get the Raiden suit. Thats what I did. I personally prefer Altairs armor, and actually downloaded it through uplay late in the game. I know its anachronistic, but I think it suits him better than the Brutus armor. I've unlocked it, and it is cool, but way to bulky for my taste. "
Bronze in each simulation? Or a set number?
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#29  Edited By toowalrus

I think I Ezio's default armor is probably the coolest, with Altier's in a close 2nd, and fuzzie McJones' armor in 3rd.

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#30  Edited By LiquidPrince

@tsolless said:
" Speaking of which, I really hated the plot device they used to remove Altair's Armour.   "Hey, uh, I thought that that armour was indestructable."  "Nope, see, there's a wooden beam that fell on it." "But, it's not even really on it..." "Nope, shut up." "
It's not that it was destroyed, it was just that he didn't have time to go and get it during brotherhoods storyline.
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#31  Edited By rawrnosaurous

I don't like the brutus armor it's way too bulky for my taste.

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#32  Edited By oobs

well i haven't gotten far enough into the game..but from the looks brutus armour looks abit too big for a stealth killer type

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#33  Edited By harinosho

is it just me or is the Armor that ezio wears make him stand out more than anything (nobility?) in the game. while altair had a commoner look..

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@xobballox said:
" @fetchfox said:
" heatDrive88 and cstrang, you only need bronze (or higher) to get the Raiden suit. Thats what I did. I personally prefer Altairs armor, and actually downloaded it through uplay late in the game. I know its anachronistic, but I think it suits him better than the Brutus armor. I've unlocked it, and it is cool, but way to bulky for my taste. "
Bronze in each simulation? Or a set number? "
Bronze or higher in every simulation. The only ones that may be a bit hard are the kill chains. But you'll manage, it's not that hard.
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#35  Edited By CoheedFavorHouse

see i unlocked the armor, and had it "equipped" and got the resistance and health and stuff, but ezio looked the same.
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@CoheedFavorHouse said:
" see i unlocked the armor, and had it "equipped" and got the resistance and health and stuff, but ezio looked the same. "
Hm, that's strange. Have you tried restarting the game/console, or reequip the armor?
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#37  Edited By CoheedFavorHouse

@fetchfox: well i figure its because i had the DLC armor equipped for ordering it from amazon, but i figured it would change when i equipped the brutus armor. apparently not. maybe the DLC armor is just like a aesthetic thing, cause i went to the armory to make sure it was equipped, and it said it was
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#38  Edited By Gaff

I was really liking the Brutus armour, until I realised it's very similar to a paladin set in World of Warcraft.

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#39  Edited By solidwolf52

I wear the Armor of Brutus with the Armor of Altair skin over it.  MIND FUCK!!!!!!!

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@CoheedFavorHouse said:
" @fetchfox: well i figure its because i had the DLC armor equipped for ordering it from amazon, but i figured it would change when i equipped the brutus armor. apparently not. maybe the DLC armor is just like a aesthetic thing, cause i went to the armory to make sure it was equipped, and it said it was "
Well, to take a costume off you have to de-equip it. Then you'll get the regular look back (you should at least).
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#41  Edited By wolf_blitzer85

@fetchfox said:
" @xobballox said:
" @fetchfox said:
" heatDrive88 and cstrang, you only need bronze (or higher) to get the Raiden suit. Thats what I did. I personally prefer Altairs armor, and actually downloaded it through uplay late in the game. I know its anachronistic, but I think it suits him better than the Brutus armor. I've unlocked it, and it is cool, but way to bulky for my taste. "
Bronze in each simulation? Or a set number? "
Bronze or higher in every simulation. The only ones that may be a bit hard are the kill chains. But you'll manage, it's not that hard. "
Well I know what I'm doing right now.
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An Easy Way to Remove All Armor (Even Shoulder)

Finally, after a long time of testing, I found this method by my self. So far, it seems to be the most simple and effective way to remove all armor, and this is the first public guide video of this method on Internet. I know there are so many gamers all over the world that they really want to know this, so this is my first time self-suggestion front-page.

But, here are a few problems I need your help guys. Firstly, I need you to test whether it is viable on PS3 or Xbox 360, because I only do it on my PC. In addition, I need you to discuss it and to provide a more accurate annotations in English, because my English too poor, I'm not sure my annotations are qualified.

The step-by-step procedures:

(Don't forget to backup your saves before you trying this method.)
Step 1. Complete all the lairs of Romulus (Any%).
Step 2. Go to unlock the armor of Romulus.
Step 3. After Ezio wearing the new armor, pressing the PAUSE button when the cutscene switching to white screen. You can refer to the timing from my video.
Step 4. DNA menu ─> Loading Sequence 2 Memory 3.
Step 5. Talk with Machiavelli Niccolo and accept the mission, you can skip the cutscene.
Step 6. Now Machiavelli Niccolo want you to follow him, ignore him, just exit the replay.
Step 7. Exit the menu and return to Rome, it's done!

When you remove all the armor, you will see the armor of Romulus still there, because you did not really take it away. That means you can re-use this method, as long as you did not take the armor home.

By the way, I think definitely there are other ways to remove all the armor, because I've got one of saves from Internet, its content is clearly not the same as. In that saves has been remove all armor, but his health bar is full, and the armor of Romulus has been placed in the Isola Tiberina. So, what is another method? I wish someday we can get the answer.

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Assassin's Creed: Best Armorsets In The Franchise

The design of what would eventually become the default armor from the first Assassin’s Creed game is something special. Whether it’s the hood, the vambraces hiding the iconic Hidden Blade, or the integration of the Assassin’s Symbol into the hood and belt, this design is just so memorable.

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With every new entry into the franchise, Ubisoft would use that basic Altair-style armor as a base and redesign it in some pretty unique ways. So, with that in mind, let’s look at some of the most visually appealing Armor Sets in the franchise, from the first game to the newest, and from Ezio to Eivor.

Assassin’s Creed II - Armor Of Altair

First up is the Armor of Altair that Ezio finds in the Sanctuary beneath the Auditore Villa. To get this, you have to complete all six hidden assassin tombs spread throughout the game. It may be called the Armor of Altair, but this isn’t the classic Altair Armor that we all saw him wearing in the OG game.

Rather, this is one that he apparently built using a new type of metal he learned about with the Piece of Eden. It was the first example of a "secret" armor set that you'd unlock by completing a bunch of optional side content, and we're still not entirely sure it's ever been beaten by any other unlockable Armor Set, in terms of how "special" it feels or how amazing it looks.

Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood - Armor of Brutus

Moving on to the next AC game, Brotherhood, which had the Armor of Brutus, a set that looks nothing like the Armor of Altair, but has a very similar origin. This is another Armor Set that can only be obtained after completing a bunch of side activities. The name of it comes from Roman historical figure Marcus Brutus.

Like the Armor of Altair, this set is considered unbreakable and seems to be made from the same mysterious metal. While the Armor of Altair added some flair and class to the original Assassin's Robes, the Armor of Brutus feels entirely regal in nature, especially with that fancy bit of wolf's fur around the collar.

Assassin’s Creed: Revelations: Armor Of Ishak Pasha

Last up on our list of supernatural Armor Sets collected by Ezio is the Armor of Ishak Pasha. Like the previous two sets, this Armor is only available after finishing some side stuff, namely collecting all 10 Memoirs of Ishak Pasha.

Visually, this one is a lot less loud than the other two and comes with a full-face mask Ezio wears as part of the “cursed” theme of the armor. The contrast between the bulkiness and the slim-fit but flowing fabric of the classic Assassin Armor does wonders to make it feel unique, and the mask adds a whole other level of memorability as well.

Assassin’s Creed III - Colonial & Animal Spirit Armor Sets

Finally moving past the Ezio games, we’ve arrived at the first of the AC games that allow you to wear multiple sets of Armor that aren’t just slight variations or recolors. First is the Animal Spirit Set, a culmination of Assassin Armor made from bearskin, eagle feathers, and wolf pelt. This set looks great on Ratonhnhaké:ton (otherwise known as Connor), especially with that wolf-head hood.

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Then there’s the Colonial Assassin Set, which feels like the other end of the spectrum in comparison to the Animal Spirit set. It's simplistic, compact, and a bit less unique, but still incredibly memorable. Plus, it's neat that both sets played around with the "Assassin hood" part of the design in new ways.

Assassin’s Creed: Black Flag - Mayan & Templar Armor Sets

Assassin's Creed: Black Flag was a big step in a new direction for the AC franchise and is what eventually led to Ubisoft's insanely addicting open-world formula. In it, you take control of Edward Kenway. Kenway wears a whole bunch of different outfits throughout the game, but the Mayan and Templar Armor are by far his best looks.

The Mayan Armor is the equivalent of the Armor of Altair, Brutus, or Ishak Pasha, since it provides a supernatural resistance to bullets. It isn’t too loud visually or too over-designed but looks just "alien" enough to be believably Isu-made. Similarly, the Templar Armor requires a pile of keys taken from defeated Templars, and gives Kenway a nice defense buff as well as making him look the part of a Templar elite, which is ironic considering what his son, Haythem, eventually becomes.

Assassin’s Creed: Unity - Napoleonic & Phantom Armor Sets

Up next is AC: Unity, a game that isn't beloved by most, though is remembered fondly by a few. But, none of the criticism for the game has to do with the Armor Designs. One such particularly amazing Armor Set was the Napoleonic Set Dorian wore, clothes that were obviously inspired by Bonaparte and his Bicorn hat.

Comparatively, Arno has a lot more going on with his version than Napoleon did, though it is a shame that the Legendary variant looks a bit clunky. All-in-all, the Improved Version of this armor, at least, is one of the more memorable ones in the game.

Another memorable set from Unity has to be the Phantom Armor, as it was obviously inspired by the "gentleman/phantom thief" concept that has existed throughout fiction (you know, like Persona 5) for centuries. Plus, it's one of the only Assassin's Armor Sets that actually uses a partial mask to hide the wearer's identity.

Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate - Master Assassin & Baron Armor Sets

Going from the French Revolution to London’s Industrial Revolution, it’s Assassin’s Creed Syndicate with Jacob and Evie Frye. There’s a lot that Syndicate adds to the mix, but the way these two siblings played around with the Assassin's robe designs is particularly memorable.

There are a lot of different outfits Jacob and Evie can wear, but the ones we thought fit each Frye best were the Master Assassin armor for the calm and collected Evie and the Baron Armor for the loud and quick-to-action Jacob. It’s a shame more recent games have leaned harder into the whole “heavy armor” aesthetic over sleek threads, because when it's done right, it looks incredibly sleek.

Assassin’s Creed: Origins - Egyptian Gods & Isu Armor Sets

Say what you will about Ezio or Kassandra, Bayek (and by extension his wife Aya) are some of the most underrated yet insanely well-written Assassins in the series. And, the Egyptian setting works so perfectly for an AC game, though there will always be better options.

One of the most interesting parts of Bayek's personality was his faith, as his religious views came across so prolific and mature in Origins. Typically, in video games at least, religious characters tend to make faith their whole identity and force it onto others, but Origins seemed to be dedicated to making Bayek historical accurate and interesting, which is likely why even teachers are using the game as a tool. 

It got even more interesting once you found armor that was meant to represent Anubis, Sekhmet, or Sobek. Wearing these sets while carrying out Bayek's revenge quest really made us feel like a man enacting the punishment of the gods.

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Then, to contrast the ancient religious aesthetic, there was the Isu Armor that Bayek could unlock after visiting all the Stone Circles in Origins. This armor didn’t grant any additional effects like the other Isu-based Armors in previous games, unfortunately, but it is still one of the more memorable armor sets Ubisoft has ever designed.

Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey - Athenian War Hero & Artemis Armor Sets

Now that we’ve reached the newer age of AC games with Origins, Odyssey, and Valhalla, Ubisoft has gone sort of crazy with purchasable Armor Skins (using Helix Credits) that you could deck Alexios/Kassandra in, so we've tried to stay away from including those.

That said, there are plenty of incredibly designed Armor Sets for Kassandra or Alexios to wear in the base game, our personal favorites being the Artemis Set and the Athenian War Hero Set. Though, some of the Armor from the incredible Fate of Atlantis DLC put up a tough fight. With the Artemis Set, and by extension the Hunter Sets, the whole ensemble just works so well for an Assassin skilled in hunting, especially those red markings.

While the Athenian War Hero set is anything but quiet. It's gold, has a lot of jingly bits, and is meant to draw the eye. But, it also has a fantastic blend of all these different concepts from other armor sets. There's the fabric from the Mercenary sets, the metallic chest-piece similar to actual armor from the time period, and the hood that these Assassins are so widely known for.

Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla - Thor's & Hidden Ones’ Armor Sets

Finally, let’s end things on the most recent game, Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla. In this one, you take control of Eivor (male or female), as they pillage their way through England. There are a ton of different Viking-themed armor sets to find in the game, all of which are tailored towards specific aesthetics for the Raven, Bear, and Wolf Skill Trees. For the Bear, Thors' Armor has to be the winner. Thor is known as a brute of a Norse god, and his armor set matches that tone, with a bit of regal flair.

Then there's the Armor of the Hidden Ones’ better known as the Assassin Brotherhood. Honestly, this set is also pretty loud and garish, but it's leaps and bounds more assassin-like in its design. Quite honestly, it feels like a blend between Valhalla's Viking aesthetic, the regal-ness of the Armor of Brutus, and the gold trimming from the Armor of Altair. Luckily, with the recently added Transmog system, you're no longer restricted from certain looks based on your playstyle.

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