Assassin’s Creed Ezio Auditore Cosplay
Assassin’s Creed Ezio Auditore Cosplay was raised as a Florentine nobleman. Unlike Altaïr, it was brought up without knowing the existence of the Assassins. Skilled seducer and man playful, Ezio possessed of acrobatic skills superior to those of its peers, except his brother. It comes from a rich environment and had many friends until the death of his father and brothers. Forced to protect mother and sister, Ezio became a Murderess, seeking revenge against those involved in the murder of his father. Initially, Ezio allowed the emotions to get the better of him, coming to be disrespectful to the dead body of Vieri de ‘Pazzi after his death. However, Ezio later he managed to control himself. When, later, he faced Rodrigo Borgia, aware of its role as Murderess, had already stopped using revenge as a motivation to kill. Moreover, he spared the lives of some targets of which it considered that it was not necessary to their death, as Rodrigo Borgia and Micheletto Corella.
“I have lived my life as best I could, without knowing the purpose, but attracted like a moth to a distant moon. And here, at last, I discover a strange truth. I’m just a conduit for a message that eludes my understanding.”
Ezio Auditore da Firenze on his life, in 1512
Assassin’s Creed Ezio Auditore from Florence Cosplay (June 24, 1459 – November 30, 1524) was a nobilefiorentino who became one of the greatest mentors of the Order of the Assassins.
Ancestor Clay Kaczmarek, William and Desmond Miles  , Ezio was unaware of her legacy Murderess up to 17 years, when the father and the two brothers, Frederick and Petruchio, were killed. Ezio fled from Florence and took refuge at the Villa Auditore, in the village of Monteriggioni.
Discover his family legacy by his uncle, Mario Auditore, Ezio began his training as Murderess and his quest for vengeance against the Grand Maestrodell’Ordine Templar, Rodrigo Borgia, who had ordered the execution of the family. During his quest for revenge, Ezio was able to retrieve the pages of Altaïr Code for the first time since Domenico Auditore, and saved the cities of Florence and Venice from Templar control. also managed to secure the voyage of Christopher Columbus to the “New World.”  After the death of his uncle by the hand of Cesare Borgia, Ezio liberated Rome from Borgia control, helping to spread the ideals of the Renaissance in Italy.