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“我的兄弟们渴求鲜血,但我不确定是否能将其溅出。”
——马库斯·尤尼乌斯·布鲁图斯,公元前44年[来源]

马库斯·尤尼乌斯·布鲁图斯(拉丁语:Marcus Junius Brutus Caepio,前85年-前42年10月23日)是晚期罗马共和国的一名元老院议员,同时也是一位刺客组织的成员。

先行者大竞技场密室中向布鲁图斯展示未来图景之后,为了自己心中的乌托邦,他与盖乌斯·卡西乌斯·隆基努斯一起策划了对尤利乌斯·凯撒的刺杀。值得指出的是,马尔库斯·尤里乌斯·布鲁图斯与凯撒是极好的朋友,但为了保护自由的意志,他不得不杀死凯撒(“我爱凯撒,我更爱罗马”)。凯撒被刺杀时这样说道:“还有你,布鲁图斯?”之后便衣袍遮脸不再抵抗。在杀死凯撒后他备受煎熬,他在遗言中这样写到:“凯撒死了,被自己的同胞捅了23刀,他一度把其中很多人当成自己的朋友,这些人并不是害怕他做过什么,而是害怕他可能会变为独裁者。我饱受愧疚的折磨,因为他是看着我的眼睛才咽下最后一口气的。他是不是看到了在我的眼睛里倒映出的自己呢?”

布鲁图斯曾使用过罗穆卢斯的传家宝甲与匕首,在自知自己必死于恺撒盟友的正规军之后,将其归还与位于罗马的地下室中,慷慨赴死。后来他的兄弟们尝试着用裹尸布来将其复活,但仅仅复活了很短的一段时间就又死去了。

布鲁图斯使用过的铠甲后来被文艺复兴时期的传奇刺客埃齐奥·奥迪托雷重新发现并使用,继承布鲁图斯未尽的事业——为自由意志奋斗。

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公元前45年之前某时,布鲁图斯成为罗马元老院的一员。公元前47年,他和同僚盖乌斯·卡西乌斯·隆基努斯是两个最早的刺客兄弟会的雏形无形者的最初成员之一,后来艾雅所招募。Both of them later met up with Aya in Alexandria, where they made preparations to head to Rome and combat the Order of the Ancients there. When Aya's fleet was attacked by Roman ships, Brutus and Cassius helped to assist her before making their journey to Rome.[1]

Around 45 BC, many senators began to fear Caesar's growing power following his appointment as dictator.[2] Aware of Caesar's connection to the Order of the Ancients, the Hidden Ones[1] began leading a conspiracy against Caesar, recruiting forty senators and called themselves the Liberatores.[2]

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“Dreams of the cavern again! I run my phantom hands along its walls and recognize every flaw. There is writing here, but I cannot read it.”
——Brutus speaks of his dreams.[来源]
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Brutus' drawing of the Colosseum Vault

For some time, Brutus' dreams were haunted by a mysterious cavern that he found himself compelled to find. Eventually, he was led to discover the sealed First Civilization vault hidden beneath what would eventually become the Santa Maria Aracoeli.[2]

As he had been assigned by Gaius Cassius Longinus as the one to come up with the plan of assassinating Caesar, Brutus designated the temple preceding the vault as a meeting place for his co-conspirators.[3]

Whenever his fellow Assassins left after their council meetings, Brutus would explore the cavern on his own, coming across what had supposedly drawn him to the location, "Whispers. Lights flickering through cracks in the earth. A doorway that is also a puzzle."[3]

Eventually discovering how to gain entrance to the vault, Brutus was struck to awe by "phantom radiance" of the otherworldly architecture, and found the "very pillars of [his] beliefs toppled." Upon approaching and activating the vault's pedestal, Brutus was shown Rome in flames; the aftermath of Caesar's assassination, which ultimately drove him into action.[2]

Brutus would later write several scrolls describing his dreams and discovery of the vault, as well as include drawings of the chamber and its pedestal. Following the assassination of Caesar, Brutus also returned to the temple to store these scrolls, as well as his heirloom armor.[2]

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“I relay my plan; some details are my own, but others driven by my visions. My contributions are practical: we will attack as a group to prevent escape and to ensure each of us is committed to this task. We will lure him to the Senate, where none of his allies may enter.”
——Brutus planning Caesar's assassination.[来源]
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Brutus stabbing Caesar

Inspired and encouraged by the visions he had seen in the vault, Brutus devised the plan for the assassination alongside thirty-nine other senators.[3] As dictated to him by his visions, Brutus scheduled their attack for the Ides of March.[2]

That day, however, Caesar's wife attempted to convince him not to attend the Senate, delaying his arrival and leading the Assassins to fear that the plot had been found out. Brutus persisted nevertheless, waiting for Caesar at the Senate, and upon his eventual arrival, they attacked him with the help of Aya.[1]

The rest of senators then followed, stabbing Caesar twenty-three times. Caesar resisted at first, but resigned himself to his fate upon recognizing Brutus, who delivered the last stab to Caesar, killing him. With Caesar dead, Brutus declared that Romans were now free from the tyrant.[1] After the assassination, Brutus was driven to severe guilt from his actions and later returned to the Colosseum, abandoning the dagger he had used to strike down Caesar within the vault, along with the armor and scrolls.[2]

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“Whatever power lies within this artifact, it has not returned our Brother to us. We close his eyes again. There is no sign that he had ever moved.”
——The attempted resurrection of Brutus.[来源]
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The Shroud being used on Brutus' body

After the assassination, the Senate passed an amnesty on the Assassins, which was proposed by Caesar's friend and co-consul Marcus Antonius. Nonetheless, uproar among the population caused Brutus and the other Assassins to leave Rome. Brutus settled in Crete from 44 to 42 BC.

Eventually, armies under the command of Caesar's allies clashed with those of Brutus and Cassius at the Battle of Philippi in Macedonia. Faced with certain defeat, the two Assassins fled and committed suicide.

After Brutus' death, his followers gathered in Philippi, Macedonia, and tried to use the Shroud of Eden to bring him back. However, the Shroud was not capable of such restoration, and though Brutus opened his eyes and moved, he did not appear to breathe, and eventually fell still in a seeming second death.[4]

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ACB Armor of Brutus Recovery

艾吉奥发现布鲁图斯的铠甲

Some time prior to 1500, the Followers of Romulus discovered the temple, and found Brutus' armor and dagger within. They took the artifacts, hiding them in a chamber in the tunnels beneath Colle Palatino. The chamber was to only be opened with six keys, spread across various landmarks throughout Rome, hidden alongside the scroll Brutus had written.[2]

In 1503, the Italian Assassin Ezio Auditore da Firenze managed to obtain all six keys and retrieved the armor and the dagger from its chamber.[2]

By the year 2000, a marble bust of Brutus' head was located in the Mentor's Dubai office, alongside statues of Iltani and Ezio Auditore.[5]

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  • In 1503, Giovanni Borgia relived some of Brutus' memories, due to them both having been exposed to the Shroud of Eden.
  • Brutus' ability to activate the vault pedestal suggests that he is a descendant of the First Civilization.
  • The poet Dante Alighieri wrote in Inferno, the first part of The Divine Comedy, that Brutus, along with Cassius, were condemned to the lowest circle of hell because of their act against Julius Caesar, despite the fact that Dante was a member of the Assassin Order.

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