The first Assassin’s Creed was a solid adventure, weaving together the timelines of Altair and Desmond for a story that spanned centuries. But it was Ezio Auditore da Firenze who truly made the franchise, bringing charisma and charm along with his deadly hidden blade and thirst for revenge. It’s no surprise that Sideshow chose him as their first Assassin’s Creed statue:
The statue is about 14 inches tall, depicting Ezio as he leaps from a fallen pillar to attack an unseen foe. Every detail is accurate to the game and the impressive character design of the series.