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==No Assassination?==
 
==No Assassination?==
  
What? The Charlemagne DLC doesn't allow assassinations? But why would anyone want to purchase it then? <small>''—&nbsp;Preceding [[Wikipedia:Wikipedia:Signatures|unsigned]] comment added by'' [[Special:Contributions/76.26.142.75|76.26.142.75]] ([[User talk:76.26.142.75|Talk]]) 05:22, 23 May 2015 (CEST)</small>
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What? The Charlemagne DLC doesn't allow assassinations? But why would anyone want to purchase it then?
  
 
: It's a patch feature - you lose it, purchase or not. And, if I remember correctly, it only discontinued the assassinations where you would pay X gold and could make assassination attempts whenever you wanted as long as you had the gold. The discontinued "feature" wasn't remotely as immersive or realistic as the current plot system. [[User:Purgatoryness|Purgatoryness]] ([[User talk:Purgatoryness|talk]]) 08:16, 2 June 2015 (CEST)
 
: It's a patch feature - you lose it, purchase or not. And, if I remember correctly, it only discontinued the assassinations where you would pay X gold and could make assassination attempts whenever you wanted as long as you had the gold. The discontinued "feature" wasn't remotely as immersive or realistic as the current plot system. [[User:Purgatoryness|Purgatoryness]] ([[User talk:Purgatoryness|talk]]) 08:16, 2 June 2015 (CEST)

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