1. #1
    I have now killed two Borgia tower captains but I am unable to scale them as I need the jump ability (which Ezio, after an apparent bout of amnesia, has forgotten) learned from the thieves in AC2.

    When will I learn it again?
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  2. #2
    You'll get it soon enough but honestly, I do not recall ever needing the high grab ability to reach the top of any Borgia tower... Hmm, no, I don't believe you need it. Double check your structure would be my advice.

    EDIT: I did nothing but side questing the entire game, hitting treasure, removing flags, taking down Captains and their respective towers before ever progressing the main storyline. I want to say I was able to take almost every tower down save for 2 or 3 which you cannot access until very late in the game.
    You don't need the high jump/ high grab to reach the top. Double check your routes up them.
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  3. #3
    Ha, looks like I picked the only two that can't be accessed at this point...

    Thanks, DespondentSoul
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  4. #4
    You need the glove from da Vinci to do the leap jump move
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  6. #6
    NP, I love that jump move and was wondering how Ezio could not have it.
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  7. #7
    Also, if you want the parachute, do all the war machine missions
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  8. #8
    The only reason ezio needs the 6000f glove is so that his hand won't rip off when its the only thing supporting himself and a whole suit of armour...
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  9. #9
    i dont think you need the glove but you will need to alternate from facia to facia from each side of the wall, just like the massive towers in foli in AC2.
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  10. #10
    ^This^

    I was afraid the glove was going to look bad and like AC2 not be removable so I never got it. I completed everything in the game without it. You just have to climb sideways a lot on the Borgia Towers. I ended up enjoying the challenge of always having to find the route up.
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