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Update: An effective procedure to remove all armor (even shoulder) in Brotherhood can be found here:
http://www.thehiddenblade.com/remove-all-armor-assassins-creed-brotherhood
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Okay so I was reading the wiki for assassin's creed, and in the bugs it mentions a method to get rid of ALL the armor,but I didn't understand what it said.Can't really understand it though.Help?

After the War Machine missions were unlocked, if the player replayed Sequence 2 Memory 3, he or she could access the missions if they chose not to interact with Machiavelli. Patience was required, as desynchronization happened occasionally. By traveling to Tiber Island, the player then had to change outfits and the game caused the player to reappear at different areas of the map, such as the Colosseum. In order to reach the missions, the player was advised to travel via horse but to remain at slow speeds, in order to avoid desynchronization. By doing so the player could complete the missions without any armor added to their robes. This was a very rare, temperamental glitch.

From the Wikia.

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under02 wrote:
After the War Machine missions were unlocked, if the player replayed Sequence 2 Memory 3, he or she could access the missions if they chose not to interact with Machiavelli. Patience was required, as desynchronization happened occasionally. By traveling to Tiber Island, the player then had to change outfits and the game caused the player to reappear at different areas of the map, such as the Colosseum. In order to reach the missions, the player was advised to travel via horse but to remain at slow speeds, in order to avoid desynchronization. By doing so the player could complete the missions without any armor added to their robes. This was a very rare, temperamental glitch.

From the Wikia.

Wow...no...Just watch this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m5xLICd-YfM

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JoeyFogey wrote:
under02 wrote:
After the War Machine missions were unlocked, if the player replayed Sequence 2 Memory 3, he or she could access the missions if they chose not to interact with Machiavelli. Patience was required, as desynchronization happened occasionally. By traveling to Tiber Island, the player then had to change outfits and the game caused the player to reappear at different areas of the map, such as the Colosseum. In order to reach the missions, the player was advised to travel via horse but to remain at slow speeds, in order to avoid desynchronization. By doing so the player could complete the missions without any armor added to their robes. This was a very rare, temperamental glitch.

From the Wikia.

Wow...no...Just watch this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m5xLICd-YfM

No...Not in this way!

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If your goal is to remove armor, then the video Joey linked is a good answer.

I wouldn't call the thing you quoted from Assassin's Creed Wiki a "method" to get rid of armor since the author himself refers to it as a "very rare glitch". Furthermore, it sounds like you would only get to play the War Machine missions without armor. It doesn't remove the armor permanently.

Just by reading the description and without actually trying it, this is my understanding of the procedure:

  1. Play through Brotherhood until all the War Machine missions are unlocked (but don't actually play them yet).
  2. Replay Sequence 2, Memory 3.
  3. Do not talk to Machiavelli.
  4. Instead, travel to Tiber Island.
  5. Change outfits (it doesn't mention any outfit in particular).
  6. The game may now respawn Ezio somewhere else on the map at random, behind the memory walls that are in place during Sequence 2.
  7. Mount a horse and ride slowly. Otherwise, you may be desynchronized (presumably because you're out of bounds).
  8. Continue to the location of a War Machine mission.
  9. Accept the mission and you can play it with whatever you're wearing for Sequence 2 - no armor.

You won't even feel the blade.

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You just need the Armor of Brutus, replay the memory from the video, and select the spaulders at a blacksmith. Then let it save. I haven't seen any way to remove ALL armor; just almost all of it. The method you found sounds like too much of a hassle.

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stabguy wrote:
If your goal is to remove armor, then the video Joey linked is a good answer.

I wouldn't call the thing you quoted from Assassin's Creed Wiki a "method" to get rid of armor since the author himself refers to it as a "very rare glitch". Furthermore, it sounds like you would only get to play the War Machine missions without armor. It doesn't remove the armor permanently.

Just by reading the description and without actually trying it, this is my understanding of the procedure:

  1. Play through Brotherhood until all the War Machine missions are unlocked (but don't actually play them yet).
  2. Replay Sequence 2, Memory 3.
  3. Do not talk to Machiavelli.
  4. Instead, travel to Tiber Island.
  5. Change outfits (it doesn't mention any outfit in particular).
  6. The game may now respawn Ezio somewhere else on the map at random, behind the memory walls that are in place during Sequence 2.
  7. Mount a horse and ride slowly. Otherwise, you may be desynchronized (presumably because you're out of bounds).
  8. Continue to the location of a War Machine mission.
  9. Accept the mission and you can play it with whatever you're wearing for Sequence 2 - no armor.

I found a nice way to remove all armor:
1.Get the Armor of Brutus.
2.Go to Assassin Hideout
3.Open the trainer by cheathappens
4.Activate the trainer
5.Activate unlimited knives
6.Change your armors
7.Done,you will wear no amror.

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Great. That really helps the console players. Tongue

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JoeyFogey wrote:
Great. That really helps the console players. Tongue

My way is just for PC.

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I...I know...

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Hopefully in ACIII Connor won't be forced to wear any piece of armor. He can just take it off whenever he feels like it.

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Vesferatu wrote:
Hopefully in ACIII Connor won't be forced to wear any piece of armor. He can just take it off whenever he feels like it.

Has Connor worn any armor in any of the promos?

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Double McStab with Cheese wrote:
Vesferatu wrote:
Hopefully in ACIII Connor won't be forced to wear any piece of armor. He can just take it off whenever he feels like it.

Has Connor worn any armor in any of the promos?

I don't think he has, but we don't really know what kind of "armor" he would even use in that time period. Maybe we just get new clothes to choose from rather than a shiny chest piece.

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maybe leather... maybe he makes his own from his kills... who knows... it's not like native americans wore bulky chestplates... their MO was light and quick and deadly...

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Double McStab with Cheese wrote:
maybe leather... maybe he makes his own from his kills... who knows... it's not like native americans wore bulky chestplates... their MO was light and quick and deadly...

Which is why I'm suddenly theorizing that they might have taken the armor out of the series, now. They said we get regenerating health like in AC1. Maybe the more we synchronize, the more health we get, again, like in AC1?

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JoeyFogey wrote:
Double McStab with Cheese wrote:
maybe leather... maybe he makes his own from his kills... who knows... it's not like native americans wore bulky chestplates... their MO was light and quick and deadly...

Which is why I'm suddenly theorizing that they might have taken the armor out of the series, now. They said we get regenerating health like in AC1. Maybe the more we synchronize, the more health we get, again, like in AC1?

That would be my guess... maybe minimal armor... maybe...

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Okay, guys! I got it! I got it by my self. I'll make a video and post it to a new topic.

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