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关于his younger cousin请参见Juan Borgia the Younger.
“The finer things in life make power so rewarding. I see an apple, I can pluck that apple. No one will stop me.”
——Juan Borgia to a courtesan, 1503.[来源]

胡安·博吉亚(年长的)Juan Borgia the Elder,1446年 – 1503年)是教皇亚历山大六世时期统治罗马的切萨雷·博吉亚的三员大将,他被亚历山大任命为第一侄子枢机,也是圣殿骑士团的成员。

通常被称为「银行家」,他负责管理切萨雷的军费,给为圣殿骑士征服意大利而战的博吉亚提供援助。不过,他也挥霍了大量的钱财,常常生活糜烂,喜爱出席公共派对。

当艾吉奥在寻找切萨雷的军费来源时,艾吉奥得知他负责管理切萨雷的军费。艾吉奥设法进入了一场他举办的淫秽派对,找到并杀死了他。

Biography编辑

Meeting Cesare编辑

Juan was the first of ten nephews elected to the cardinalship by Rodrigo Borgia, and sought out a privileged position in the Borgia court. In 1499, he helped Cesare Borgia with negotiating an alliance with Octavian de Valois, and impressed the young Captain General with his knowledge of French taste. Due to Cesare's sour relationship with Rodrigo's banker, Agostino Chigi, and Juan's cruelty, Cesare gradually put Juan in charge of Rome's finances. Juan would use large amounts of the city's tax money to fund lavish parties.

Monteriggioni编辑

On 2 January 1500, Juan accompanied his cousins, Cesare and Lucrezia Borgia, and his fellow Templars Octavian de Valois and Micheletto Corella, in order to lay siege to Monteriggioni and the Auditore family villa.

After the gates had been breached, the group entered the city, with Juan holding Caterina Sforza captive. The battle was won by the Borgia forces shortly afterwards, and Juan and the others returned to Rome with an Apple of Eden and Caterina Sforza as their prize.

Rome编辑

In June 1501, Juan, Cesare, Octavian and Micheletto held a brief meeting in the stable courtyard of the Castel Sant'Angelo. There, just before he departed from Rome to besiege Urbino, Cesare ordered the three to play along with his father's "tired old men's club" for the moment, but to remember who they really served. Following this, Cesare left the city in the hands of his generals.

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Juan with Cesare and his two other generals

In 1503, the Assassin Ezio Auditore da Firenze came to the conclusion that, in order for the Borgia's empire to be brought down, the Assassin Order would have to cut off Cesare's funds, requiring "the Banker" to be located and killed. Unfortunately, Juan's identity as the Banker remained a well-kept secret among the Borgia.

Luckily, Ezio found a lead on the Banker's whereabouts through his sister Claudia, who directed him towards Egidio Troche, a Roman senator who was indebted to the Banker. After gaining the aid of Egidio by saving him from an assault by Borgia guards and giving him the money to clear his debt, Ezio discovered that the Banker was throwing a Pagan party and would be present at the celebration.

Death编辑

Juan:“...I gave the people what they wanted.
Ezio:“And now you pay for it. Il piacere immeritato si consuma da sé. (Pleasure unearned consumes itself.)'
——Juan Borgia and Ezio Auditore, as the former lay dying, 1503.[来源]

On August 1, 1503, Ezio tailed Egidio as he delivered the payment for his debt to the Pantheon. There, the Banker's guards counted the money, then prepared to bring it to Juan at the party. However, Ezio was able to climb the landmark and assassinate the guards' captain, Luigi Torcelli.

Donning Luigi's uniform, Ezio made his way towards the Pagan party that the Banker was hosting with the chest of money. As he bypassed the guards at the party, Ezio tailed the courier of the chest until he was eventually led to the Banker himself, discovering Juan's name after the Cardinal introduced himself to a courtesan.

As Juan walked towards the main area of the party with the courtesan, he expressed to her his deep appreciation for power, stating that merely plucking an apple from a tree made him feel superior. Finally, they reached the center of the festivities, where Cesare gave a brief speech on a soon-to-be-united Italy, before officially commencing the party.

In and Out 6

Juan's final moments

After a brief argument between the Pope and Captain General, and their subsequent departure, Ezio turned his attention to Juan. As a show of his power, Juan strangled the courtesan in his company and moved through the crowd, surrounded by a Seeker bodyguard. Although Juan was heavily protected, the Assassin moved through the busy crowd of guests and positioned himself on a nearby bench, waiting to strike.

As Juan passed by, Ezio swiftly assassinated him. With his dying breath, Juan claimed that he regretted none of the indulgences he had enjoyed. Ezio replied that a man of true strength and power should steer themselves away from mortal pleasures, to which Juan objected that he had given the people what they wanted, but Ezio stated that it was the reason for his downfall.

Trivia编辑

  • Once the portrait of Juan was obtained in the Tiber Island headquarters, if examined, his name is spelled in its Catalan form, "Joan Borgia".
  • If Italian subtitles were enabled, Juan would introduce himself to the courtesan as "Giovanni Borgia."
  • In the Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood novel, an alternate version of Juan's death occurred, in which he was killed in a private room. There, Ezio cut off three of Juan's fingers as he attempted to raise the alarm, before assassinating him with his Hidden Blade.
  • Some concept art depicted Juan holding the Papal Staff, though the reason for this is unknown, as Juan has never been known to have possessed it.
  • In the non-canonical mobile adaptation of Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood, Juan Borgia is hunted down by Ezio Auditore not in Rome, but in Florence. As well, although the event occurs after the Siege of Monteriggioni as in the main game, it is set in 1486 alongside the rest of the mobile version's missions, and the course of his assassination differs. While Juan is attempting to escape the area on horseback, Ezio hijacks the horse of the guard behind him and gives pursuit. When the Assassin loses his horse in the midst of the chase, he realizes he cannot catch up with the Banker and resorts to shooting him down with a ballista. In one shot, he kills Juan as he continues fleeing on his horse, with the bolt impaling both him and his horse.

遗言 编辑

  • Juan: The things I have felt, seen and tasted. I do not regret a moment of it.
  • Ezio: A man of power must be contemptuous of delicacies.
  • Juan: But... I gave the people what they wanted.
  • Ezio: And now you pay for it. Il piacere immeritato si consuma da sé. (Pleasure unearned consumes itself.) Requiescat in pace. (Rest in peace.)

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