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Assassin's Creed II - Feathers and treasure chests guide

VENICE

Treasure map:

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Feather map:

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Feathers in the San Polo District:

 

District map:

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SP1: On top of a pole on the northwestern side of the Ponte di Rialto

SP2: On top of a wooden sign jutting out from the west wall of a residential building.

SP3: On a beam overlooking a canal.

SP4: On a striped pole in a narrow canal; not far from the bridge pictured here.

SP5: On top of a skeletal beam structure between two buildings, over a canal.

SP6: On a beam sticking out of the south side of a building that’s right on the water.

SP7: On a long beam over a blacksmith’s shop.

SP8: On a beam connecting two buildings, above a bridge.

SP9: On a planks-and-beams bridge between two buildings.



Feathers in the San Marco District:

 

District map:

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SM1: On a beam over the middle of an alley between three buildings.

SM2: On a striped pole in the middle of a narrow canal.

Above: This was another one we accidentally grabbed before we could take a screen, but we found it where Ezio is sitting

SM3: On a beam extending out over a bridge.

SM4: On a beam overlooking a major canal.

Above: We grabbed this one too quickly, too, but that feather icon shows where we found it

SM5: On a balcony near a bridge that leads to the San Marco plaza.

SM6: On a beam near the roof of a building, right above a blacksmith’s shop.

SM7: On top of a crane just north of the domes on the roof of the Basilica di San Marco.

SM8: On a beam overlooking a canal, just under the roof of its building.

SM9: On a balcony near the rooftops.

Feathers in the Dorsoduro District:

District map:

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D1: On a pole jutting out from a building at the north side of the garden Carnival celebration.

D2: On a beam attached to a rather imposing building on the southern edge of the district.

D3: On top of a mast on the ship moored next to the fast-travel stall.

D4: On a beam above an arched enclosure and over the water.

D5: On a planks-and-beams bridge between two buildings.

Above: Another feather we grabbed before we could take a picture. Ezio sits where you’ll find it

D6: On a beam between two buildings, above a narrow street.

D7: On a beam near the mouth of a canal.

D8: On another beam overlooking yet another canal.

D9: On a beam sticking out of a corner of a building, right on the waterfront.


Feathers in the Castello District:

 

District map:

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CS1: On a beam almost directly above a blacksmith’s shop.

CS2: On top of a scaffold near a bridge.

CS3: On the west side of this building, just east of the border between Castello and San Marco.

CS4: On top of a rickety-looking wooden canopy above a bridge.

CS5: Near the entrance to the Arsenale, on a beam above a canal.

CS6: On a beam connected to a low building, surrounded by three cranes dangling platforms.

CS7: On a wooden beam overlooking a little courtyard.

CS8: On a planks-and-beams bridge connecting two buildings near the northwest corner of the Arsenale.

CS9: On a beam connected to a tower at the northeast corner of the Arsenale; the quickest way to get to it is to climb the buildings directly to its east.

CS10: On a beam hanging just to the north of a tailor’s shop.

Feathers in the Cannaregio District:

 

District map:

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CR1: On top of a stone arch connecting two buildings.

CR2: On top of a striped pole in the middle of a narrow canal that leads out to sea.

CR3: On a beam sticking out of a building directly across the street from an art dealer.

CR4: On a beam suspended above a narrow alley.

CR5: On a beam overlooking the sea.

CR6: On another beam overlooking the sea, this one next to a wooden balcony.

CR7: On a beam above an alleyway; if you see three conspicuous barrels on the ground, you’re pretty close.

CR8: On a beam connected to a wooden platform, hanging above a bridge.

CR9: On top of a crane.

And there's yet another sprawling, crazy collect-a-thon concluded. If you’ve got all 100 feathers at this point, all that’s left is to take the feathers back to Ezio’s mother’s room in the Villa Auditore at Monteriggioni.  Once you turn in 50, you’ll be rewarded with the right to buy the Condottiero hammer, which is extremely expensive, but powerful and necessary to finish your weapons collection. And once you’ve handed in all 100, you’ll be rewarded with the Auditore Cape and its ability to make you Notorious in any city.

Above: Just try not to shriek “THAT’S IT!?” too loudly when you’re done

Nov 20, 2009


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169 comments

  • lucashintz - November 18, 2009 11:02 p.m.

    grazie messer reparaz.
  • WonsAuto - November 18, 2009 11:04 p.m.

    Mr. Reparaz, you are a prince. I'll definitely be using this. Will you be able to pick this stuff up after the initial playthrough? Captcha: squire Rolls-Royces (ha)
  • GamesRadarMikelReparaz - November 18, 2009 11:20 p.m.

    @WonsAuto: Yes. You can roam freely once you've finished the game. @lucashintz: Prego.
  • michaelmcc827 - November 18, 2009 11:28 p.m.

    Thanks a lot, I know this must take a lot of work,
  • GamesRadarMikelReparaz - November 18, 2009 11:43 p.m.

    Quick note - although it says "videos" in the intro, those aren't quite ready yet. We should have them up sometime later this afternoon, though.
  • loonyman978 - November 18, 2009 11:53 p.m.

    YES!!! i loooathed the flags in the first one, this is a must have, thanks a million
  • Dill - November 19, 2009 3:58 a.m.

    I swear, every single time I check back into my favorite game site, I see a journal I had just been thinking about YouTubing. Halo ODST's audio logs, Uncharted 2's treasures, and now Assassin's Creed 2's everything guide! I. Am so happy for GamesRadar existing. Thanks Mikel. Woah, it's Mikel, not Michael.
  • Dexsus - November 19, 2009 4:32 a.m.

    Ah hell, wish I didn't have to wait until Friday for this. At least MW2 on veteran and multiplayer will keep me truckin'....
  • ProfessorBonk - November 19, 2009 9:50 a.m.

    You're a life-saving maestro of guide-iness. I've only got 4 feathers left to go, but they're in Venice. So I'll be awaiting that next segment. And I absolutely must know. What does the Auditore cape do?
  • raist - November 19, 2009 12:02 p.m.

    Cool thanks so much for the info but i do have one question and the answer is probablly staring me right in the face..how in the Wolrd do you get the treasure chest in the upper left hand corner of the screen at MONTERIGGIONI? I figured out that the one showing in the main house and you have to have the well upgraded but the upper left one has me stumped its not at top of the tower
  • lnksmartt - November 19, 2009 1:07 p.m.

    this is great and all but I want to know about the 20 hidden symbols that are puzzles themselves
  • raist - November 19, 2009 2:19 p.m.

    The hidden symbols are basically the hidden glyphs that you saw at the end of the first game. When you see the info icon pop up with the assassins eye there is one there they are hidden though i have found a couple of them and then you ahve to solve riddles in themselves to get a activation code that you can unlock more extras out of game stuff though
  • Sethkoos - November 19, 2009 5:09 p.m.

    god damn it !!! my copy arrived today but ive got the yellow light of death thing on my ps3 and im going to have to wait like 4 weeks to play it :(
  • GamesRadarMikelReparaz - November 19, 2009 6:41 p.m.

    @raist: I think that one becomes accessible when you renovate the mines. The entrance is on the north side of the outer walls, behind where the villa is. @lnksmartt: We're working on it. Our hidden-glyphs guide, with puzzle solutions, should be up tomorrow. Your patience is appreciated.
  • lnksmartt - November 19, 2009 9:04 p.m.

    @GamesRadarMikelReparaz: thanks, GamesRadar does great work as always
  • lnksmartt - November 19, 2009 9:06 p.m.

    @raist: I'm not having trouble finding them, it's solving the puzzles that's getting me, but thanks I thought they looked familiar
  • bonedracun - November 20, 2009 1:51 a.m.

    Im probably over looking the answer to this but when u have to figure out the Codex Wall whats the trick to it?
  • bonedracun - November 20, 2009 1:55 a.m.

    haha nvm its a flat globe >.<
  • MrUnprofessional - November 20, 2009 9:28 a.m.

    how much longer til the venice guide? i can't find this 1 last feather...
  • batman5273 - November 20, 2009 12:44 p.m.

    you guys always do the best maps and guides and always before IGN

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