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How to Kill la Touche in Sequence 4 Memory 1 The Kingdom of Beggars

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Assassins Creed Unity Sequence 4 Memory 1 The Kingdom of Beggars la Touche Assassination.

In Arno's hunt for the King of Beggars he first meets la Touche, a Templar agent working for him. Although it was intended you spare his life and assassinate him later in the game, it is indeed possible to kill him without failing the mission.

Locating la Touche

At the beginning you have to find la Touche. This is the first opportunity to attempt an assassination. You can't get close to him without starting the scene, so I berserked a guard to go after him. Alas, la Touche can be targeted but not attacked. The poisoned guard stays there for the scene and afterward.

Another thing about the scene is you can use the disguise skill during the beginning and not lose it until the scene is partway done.

Tailing la Touche

Following the target, you cannot kill him without desynching. During this I show a short conversation he has with Marquis de Sade, who first appeared during the previous scene. At first I tried getting in the huddle of the conversation with a money pouch, but then the target walks past and the conversation gets skipped.

My attempt at getting away with an assassination at this part is to kill la Touche right as a scene is starting. This proved hard as either I would desynch or the scene would start before I could perform the kill. The closest I got was starting a low profile hidden blade assassination as the scene was starting. Arno continues the animation during the scene, stabbing midair. There is also no blood on la Touche, so I wouldn't count it count it as a kill. Standing by the entrance of the gate also gets Arno in the scene.

The Early Death of La Touche

Now that you're done tailing la Touche, all there is left to do is interrogate him to find out where le Roi des Thunes is. After that scene, la Touche remains shackled to the wall. He still has the regular guard AI, which allows you to lure him with gunshots and cherry bombs (gunshots are more effective, but be wary of other nearby guards who will be drawn to you).

Sometimes la Touche will lean over the wall when investigating. If he goes far enough you can target him for a kill. Depending how, the target will die on either side of the wall.

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Oh, man. I'm so far behind. Tired At least I've completed the Sivert assassination now.

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Ever heard of the Sapir-Whorf theory? It's a theory that says that the way we talk influences how we perceive reality. There was a study once where German and Spanish speakers had to name adjectives when presented with an English noun. It turned out that words that were feminine in German and masculine in Spanish, like 'bridge', were attributed 'typically female' adjectives in German (beautiful) and 'typically male' adjectives in Spanish (heavy, strong). It also worked for words that were masculine in German and feminine in Spanish, like 'key'.


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Found a few more scenes that let you keep disguise.

http://youtu.be/4z1sC4PgrxM

Looks like la Touche isn't the only gender confused character. Wink

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aurllcooljay wrote:
Found a few more scenes that let you keep disguise.

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Looks like la Touche isn't the only gender confused character. Wink

Perhaps change the thumbnail on the video due to the potential spoiler... then again, it's been nearly two months. FLAE's eye roll

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La Touche: "I'm beautiful? Love They love me, they really love me!"

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Perhaps change the thumbnail on the video due to the potential spoiler...

Agreed. Speaking of end spoilers, I already have a video uploaded, but will have to wait a while in case anyone here hasn't gotten that far yet.

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Of course. We always knew stabguy was just a female mountain. FLAE's eye roll

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I gave the "like" for all of your videos Aurel, even those non-critical AC games. But I must admit, I did not give "like" for your AC4 and ACU videos, because I really do not like these two games. Stare

Even so, I never gave "dislike" for any videos.

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I don't dislike the video at all don't worry Smile

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161803398874989 wrote:
No. "le" and "la" both mean "the". However, "la" is used with nouns which have a female gender (la voiture, the car), while "le" is used with nouns which have a male gender (le village, the village). I'll reiterate that the nouns have a gender. The French do not think of a car as feminine or a village as manly.

I remember the Spanish mainly refer to objects as female gender (think it's also "la" in that language). Wait, is this saying something about la Touche we don't want to know!? Patrick's LOLWUT?

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I don't dislike the video at all don't worry Smile

I have a feeling it was done it on accident by someone trying to like it, seeing my videos usually get a few likes and hardly any dislikes. Either that or they were expecting something completely different from what the title said.

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aurllcooljay wrote:
Wait, is this saying something about la Touche we don't want to know!? Patrick's LOLWUT?

I sure hope not. http://www.thehiddenblade.com/about

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No. "le" and "la" both mean "the". However, "la" is used with nouns which have a female gender (la voiture, the car), while "le" is used with nouns which have a male gender (le village, the village). I'll reiterate that the nouns have a gender. The French do not think of a car as feminine or a village as manly.

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Fixed. You didn't have to dislike the video just for that. Or whoever it was that gave it a thumbs down. I take it "le" means "the" and "la" means "sir"?

When uploading the clips from the PS4 to Youtube I accidentally forgot to put one as unlisted, and by the time I did it already had five views and two likes. Shy

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It's "la Touche"... and not "le"... You're definitely not french Laughing out loud