The inhabitants of Baghdad are very suspicious especially, if you get caught committing an illegal action. It will make your normal cakewalk in a park more difficult as more enemies will start detecting you as you cross nearby them. Everywhere you go, normal citizens and enemies will start detecting you unless you reduce your notoriety level otherwise, you can get hunted down by an Elite Shakiriyya guard.
In this guide, we’ll tell you how to reduce Notoriety in Assassin’s Creed Mirage.
How to Reduce Notoriety in Assassin’s Creed Mirage
Notoriety is the wanted level of your character which will increase as more illegal actions will be witnessed by citizens or enemies nearby. There are three different levels of Notoriety with each one having its consequences. The first level of notoriety makes the citizens a bit suspicious as you walk among them, the second level of notoriety will make enemies detect you more easily, and the third level of notoriety will make everyone notice you which will make Shakiriyya guard come after you.
However, whatever the notoriety level you can reduce your notoriety by two different methods.
- Removing Wanted Posters.
- Bribe Munadi with a Power Token.
As you gain Notoriety, a few Wanted Posters will be plastered around Baghdad making citizens of Baghdad suspicious of you. You need to take down the Wanted Posters to reduce the Notoriety. A higher notoriety level will require more wanted posters to be removed. Wanted Posters will most likely be located at the same locations over and over which makes them easier to find. They are marked on the map with a Poster symbol.
Bribing Munadi will require a single Power Token to immediately erase notoriety even from the third level of notoriety. Power Tokens can be obtained by pickpocketing the citizens and it is better to save the Power Tokens as they can be used to recruit assassins. Munadi will have a random location every time you raise notoriety and will be marked on a map with a Torn Poster symbol.
So, choose your method of reducing the notoriety to become eligible to walk among the citizens of Baghdad.