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Ghost in the Palazzo

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A strategy for this mission I've had for a long time. I've never been able to record it successfully until now.The goal is to go through the entire mission without letting anyone see you. That means no yellow arrows. They can't even THINK you were there, so their arrows can not even begin to appear on the screen. This is only doable in the second half of the video, of course. This mission has been tackled many times before, such as Ian's video, but this is my version of it. Made before I knew about his (I swear!). This was actually the reason I joined THB (I asked Ian to record my strategy, then joined this site, and now we're here).

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0duQVnyUQP0

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i'd try that next time i play ACII

To be fair, you have to have a very high IQ to understand Rick and Morty. The humor is extremely subtle, and without a solid grasp of theoretical physics most of the jokes will go over a typical viewer's head. There's also Rick's nihilistic outlook, which

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JoeyFogey wrote:
I asked Ian to record my strategy, then joined this site, and now we're here.

Hey Joey. I never told you this but I once recorded your strategy, following your text instructions. My plan was to include it in "assassinate the assassin" but it got cut due to video length constraints. Ian had already released his ghost video. I recorded your strategy because you wanted to see it published. Now you are able to record it yourself. Even better!

It appears that you've streamlined the first half of the sequence. Originally there was more running back and forth from the east roof to the west. The one part I never worked out was how to end the free-running sequence that begins at 6:30. My route involved an awkward diagonal jump into the window. You made it look easy.

You won't even feel the blade.

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The one part I never worked out was how to end the free-running sequence that begins at 6:30. My route involved an awkward diagonal jump into the window. You made it look easy.

After the final jump from the beam (pole, pole, beam [here], platform, window), I just hold the general direction towards the window. It should automatically have to be right everytime, but you sometimes have to point it at an angle. Keep tapping Legs button until Ezio faces that direction, causing him to flawlessly hop over. Hitting the button one too many times will cause him to jump into the wall or somewhere else if you're not careful.

This mission took about 45 minutes to complete and dozens of takes, but I think this is the best I could do considering I haven't played this strategy in about a year.

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For anyone interested at Assassin failures (my bloopers): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S49qSyZ4brw

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