Ahmet: That's not a legal move
Suleiman: It is a european variation, Arrocco.
Ahmet: It's interesting but not exactly fair when you play by different rules than your opponent.
Suleiman: You may think differently when you are Sultan. Shall I take it back?
Ahmet: Suleiman, I know it has been hard on you watching your father and me quarrel over Bayezid's throne.
Suleiman: Grandfather has chosen you, and his word is kanun. What is there to argue about?
Ahmet: Your father and I were close once, but his cruelty and ambition have made . . .
Suleiman: I have heard the rumors, uncle.
Ahmet: Well, I have a meeting with the viziers soon. Shall we continue another time?
Suleiman: Whenever you like.
Ezio: Tarik has been selling guns to a local miser, Manuel Palaiologos.
Suleiman: Palaiologos . . . That is a sad sound. The last Byzantine Emperor was Constantine Palaiologos. If his heir is arming a militia of some kind, this conflict will escalate.
Ezio: Tarik knows where the rifles are headed. If I find him first, I can follow the weapons straight to the Byzantines.
Suleiman: He will be with his Janissaries in their barracks. So if you want to get close, you will have to be one yourself.
Ezio: Not a problem.
Suleiman: Guzel. Get the information you need, then kill him.
Ezio: Are you sure? You told me Tarik and your father were close friends, Suleiman.
Suleiman: This is true. But such naked treason against my grandfather deserves death.
Man 1: Hey, don't make me stop you!
Man 2: Place your hands where i can see them, peasant.
Woman 1: Does it never end?
Woman 2: What happened here?
Man 3: [inaudible 00:04:54] thinks he can do this for fun, eh? Let's find him and teach him respect.
Are you there? Come out, I'll go easy on you.
Are you here?
Pay for your sins!