I don't think he did, XD. Ezio was literal centuries ahead of Altair when it came to tech, had more experience with the tech Altair was about to make, and he literally studied Altair's mindset via the Codex pages so he could make a proper justification of what would go down, not to mention Ezio had fought even more varieties of enemies than Altair ever did.
If anything, they'd be near equals, but Ezio would have the better tech, assuming Altair never managed to make modern handguns in time.
Ezio also handled more than several Brotherhoods at any given time and within one year he already had control of Europe and the entire Mediterranean.
I'm pretty sure before one of the Altair missions in brotherhood, Ezio calls him a master assassin and praises him by saying he's the sort of Assassin he (Ezio) himself could dream of being.
I really don't think a battle between the two will be with the use of tech. You really only use tech in the game for very specific missions when neccessary, and it's mostly game mechanics anyway to use them and up to The Player. Main missions are generally where the game pushes you to assassinate.
In a straight assassin vs assassin match, where the two try and only assassinate each other, i'm pretty dead set on saying Altair will win fairly easy. And he's far more adaptive and has far more experience than Ezio ever did.
But sure in a battle with Tech, pretty obvious Ezio wins. I just don't think him, nor Altair would use any.
Ahhhhhhhhhh, I see, so you're referring to Revelations. No wonder. The memories happened only in ACR, not Brotherhood.
TBF however, Ezio has had more experience in these wars than Altair personally did, ever since Ezio was 17, his life became filled with riots, civil wars and whatnot, not to mention he himself had skill in leading entire armies and wiping out hundreds of thousands of enemies at any given time, even without prep. Not to mention the guy seldom rested in his missions unlike Altair, and Ezio was hellbent on fulfilling his vengeance and whatnot, and he could still keep a level-headed plan and set it in motion. Not to mention he's usually the one with more plans and versatility than the rather stoic-and-unresponsive Altair, who still had some humor to him, but it paled in comparison with Ezio's stuff.
If this was old Altair, sure, even if Ezio had all his equipment and was at his peak, Altair would handily own his ass thanks to the countless amounts of martial arts he had gained access to and the fact that Altair knew more about the 21st century than Ezio ever did, but if it's the 24-63 year-old version, then Ezio's more or less gonna take it in the H2H scene.
Otherwise, both of them are dead equal in physical stats (At least, 63-year-old Altair, anyway).
True, but they're just supporting feats. Maybe we could do a feat list like we did with Superman.
Here and here. And Connor tanks gunpowder sheds exploding under his feet (Easy to replicate in the Benedict Arnold missions, although it will desync because you failed to protect it, but you'll tank it anyway). Altair has similar feats on Ezio's level, but you can literally find them in Revelations alone. Not to mention Altair's Chronicles has better feats of Altair to be exact, on the same severity as Ezio tanking stronger-than-real-life cannonballs to the face.
I cut out some of the durability and did a few edits for Arthur. The rest just make the text look too long.
Also, Arthur's AP should be calced. The legendary animals, especially the legendary bear, is like twice the size, maybe even bigger than any regular bear we have in real life. Honestly his raw power can sometimes be compared to his guns, his guns only really add precison and cleanliness
Yeah, I'll be busy for the rest of the week though. I'll try to pixel scale the bears or something, or try to find a way to compare them to real life ones. I'll add a note to Arthur's page that the bears he has killed are twice as big, and likely twice as stronger than they are potrayed in real life.
Breaking a neck is absolutely Wall level, as 1. The calc assumes only the fragmentation of one vertebra, which will ruin the neck beyond repair, but in fiction they end up breaking all the bones of the neck anyway, and 2. This doesn't take into account the lamina, which will yield higher results.
KLOL506 wrote: Breaking a neck is absolutely Wall level, as 1. The calc assumes only the fragmentation of one vertebra, which will ruin the neck beyond repair, but in fiction they end up breaking all the bones of the neck anyway, and 2. This doesn't take into account the lamina, which will yield higher results.
No, he'd be Wall level through and through. It's an undeniable fact that the lamina gets ripped apart when you snap a neck, and it'd increase the value to Wall level anyway. Besides, the calc was for one vertebra only, but neck snaps generally involve all the bones getting smashed, and let's not even go to the severe muscle damage we would be looking at.
KLOL506 wrote: No, he'd be Wall level through and through. It's an undeniable fact that the lamina gets ripped apart when you snap a neck, and it'd increase the value to Wall level anyway. Besides, the calc was for one vertebra only, but neck snaps generally involve all the bones getting smashed, and let's not even go to the severe muscle damage we would be looking at.
So he'll be Wall level? okay. But we can't upgrade him yet?
Maybe "Should be comparable to Micah, who can put up a good fight against a sick Arthur. Although, Arthur is likely superior to the both" (Due to literally everyone in the camp considering Arthur to be the best outlaw and such)