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|“||In the absence of any compelling evidence to the contrary, I am bound to pronounce you guilty.||„|
|~ Uberto Alberti to Giovanni and his two sons, preparing to have them executed.|
|“||You would have done the same, to save the ones you love...||„|
|~ Uberto to Ezio, speaking about the executions.|
Uberto Alberti is a major antagonist from the 2009 video game Assassin's Creed II , serving as the main antagonist of sequence one and two. He also appeared as a featured character in the 2009 short films, Assassin's Creed: Lineage.
He was the gonfaloniere of Firenze, and a family friend of the Auditores and Lorenzo de Medici's ally during the first act of Assassin's Creed II. However, he betrayed the Auditore family by ordering an arrest on Federico, Petruccio and Giovanni Auditore. He did this by order of Rodrigo Borgia since the Templar would help him get revenge on the Medici family. His family was evicted by the Medici bank and he wanted revenge. He got the opportunity by working together with the Templars. He was also considered one of the best lawyers in the Italian Renaissance, even though he was self-taught. Uberto met his end by Giovanni's second son, Ezio, who would become a member of the Assassin Order to kill the conspirators in his family's murder.
He was voiced by Michel Perron.
Uberto Alberti was born in 1416 in Italy, and despite being self-taught, became one of the most respected lawyers in his country. While he was a lawyer, his family was evicted by the Medici bank, causing him the Medici family to gain the ire of Uberto. His thirst for revenge gained the attention of the Templar Order, who decided to bring Alberti into their ranks to close to the Medicis to gain control of Florence. While gaining the trust of Lorenzo, Uberto became a trusted friend of Giovanni Auditore, who was secretly a member of the Assassins.
Assassin's Creed II
Ezio meets Uberto for the first time in Giovanni's office speaking about something urgent, but Ezio gets sent away before he can understand what his father and Uberto are talking about.
When Ezio's father and brothers get arrested, he needs to deliver a letter to Uberto which contains evidence of a conspiracy. He does so, and Uberto tells Ezio that everything will be alright. The next day, at the trial, he accuses Ezio's family of betrayal. Giovanni reminds him of the evidence that was delivered by Ezio, but Uberto claims he did not receive any evidence, and he sentenced Ezio's family to death. Ezio is angered by Alberti's actions, and Uberto orders the guards to capture and kill Ezio since he was a member of the Auditore family. Despite killing Giovanni and his two sons, Ezio managed to flee the plaza and was brought in by Paola, the leader of the courtesans in Florence.
After learning how to survive on the streets by Paola, Ezio decided to track down Alberti after having the hidden blades fixed by Leonardo da Vinci. He can be seen speaking with Lorenzo about the executions, and he insults Lorenzo. While speaking to nobles who praised his act of executing traitors, Ezio runs up to him, and before Uberto can call the guards, he is stabbed in his chest five times by Ezio's hidden blade, avenging his family. Before passing, Uberto told Ezio that he would have done to same thing for his family, and Ezio agreed and that he had by killing Alberti.
- Despite the Animus database not considering Uberto a member of the Templar Order, he was identified as one by Mario Auditore.
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