All Things Come to He Who Waits: After parting ways with Leonardo, break into the walled-off area to the northeast and trigger this mission via a waypoint on the parapet walk. After the cut scene, you need to trail a courier that zigs a zagging path through the city. Stay far enough behind him that he doesn't get curious, but also be sure to keep him in your sights. If he gets separated from you by a wall, a countdown timer hurries you to catch back up.
Occasionally the target will stop and look behind him to make sure no one's following. Don't worry too much about getting spotted as he doesn't become suspicious instantly. If he does see you, just turn away and walk further from him until the courier gets back to walking. After hitting a checkpoint, the courier crosses through a line of soldiers and if you try the same you'll be instantly spotted. For more info, watch the whole gameplay.
This is an Assassin's Creed II walkthrough for Mission 65: All Things Come to He Who Waits.
Mahalo's Assassins Creed 2 Walkthroughs are more than enough information for you to play the game yourself, and they teach you everything your need to be prepared for when playing yourself. This video walkthrough focuses on Mission 65: All Things Come to He Who Waits.
Assassin's Creed 2 by Ubisoft is the action-adventure video game playable on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Sony PSP, and Nintendo DS video game consoles, along with Microsoft Windows. It is the direct sequel of Assassin's Creed and revolves around Ezio, and is set in Renaissance Italy. Ezio befriends Leonardo da Vinci, who provides experimental weapons and gadgets, and takes on Florence's most powerful families and ventures throughout the canals of Venice, where he learns to become a master assassin. The Assassin's Creed 2 gameplay is a mixture of action, stealth, and acrobatics.
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