Collection of the Codex pages编辑
During the Renaissance, Mario's nephew, the Assassin Ezio Auditore da Firenze, searched for the thirty Codex pages, and had them deciphered by his close friend, Leonardo da Vinci. Once Ezio had these decrypted Codex pages, he placed them on the wall, where he began to compile them.
By 1499, Ezio had collected all of the Codex pages. He used his Eagle Vision to orient the pieces into their proper positions. When the puzzle was solved, the wall revealed a complete map of the world marked with the locations of the Pieces of Eden and the different Vaults and Temples.
After the Siege of Monteriggioni, the Codex pages were left in the ruins of the Villa Auditore. Ezio's descendant, Desmond Miles, and a modern group of Assassins found the Codex wall after they arrived in Monteriggioni during late 2012.
- In Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood, the Codex Wall is still seen in Mario's study before the cutscene in which Ezio debriefs the Assassins of the Vatican Vault. However, the Codex Map cannot be seen in Eagle Vision.