Manuel: You may verify the amount, Tarik, but the money stays with me until I have seen the cargo for myself and assayed its quality.
Tarik: Understood, you are a shrewd man, Manuel.
Manuel: Trust without cynicism is hollow.
Man 1: The count is good, Tarik. It's all here.
Manuel: So what now?
Tarik: You will have access to the arsenal. When you are satisfied, the cargo will be delivered to a location of your choosing.
Manuel: Are your men prepared to Travel?
Tarik: Not a problem.
Manuel: [Foreign language 00:00:39]. I will have a map drawn up for you within the week.
Man 2: Are we here for the same reason?
Ezio: One of my men claims he saw a shipment of weapons enter the arsenal. So I got curious.
Man 2: Weapons. I would like to see them for myself.
Ezio: Short of killing everyone, I'm not sure how you will get inside.
Security Man 1: You have been warned twice. No merchants near the arsenal wall. Take this away.
Merchant: Hypocrites! If your men did not by my produce, I would not sell it here. You are worse than the Byzantines, you traitor!
Security Man 2: Hold your tongue, parasite.
Man 2: Even in times of peace, the poor are always under siege.
Ezio: If we inspire them to vent their anger, perhaps that will help our cause.
Man 2: Feigning solidarity to push your own agenda, what a gentleman, no?
Ezio: It is not pretty, I know.
Speaker 1: The Janissaries are corrupted, good people of Konstantiniyye!They have surrendered their loyalties to the devil, and do injury to our Sultan's image.
Speaker 2: Men and women of the city, hear me now! You have broken no laws, and thus deserve no abuse! Fight back against these men who belittle you!
Speaker speaking over Speaker 2: We remind all citizens that our glorious Sultan...
Speaker 3: Good citizens of Istanbul, the Janissaries collude against you!
Ezio: That gate will not stay closed for long
Man 2: The people are doing you a favor, Ezio. Return it, and keep them safe from harm.
Crowd: Shame on you, Shakla [SP]. Shame on you, Shakla. Shame on you, Shakla. Shame on you, Shakla.
[Crowd crosstalk 00:03:03]