This dishonesty will certainly haunt Leo long after the fight is determined, as will certainly the fatalities of liked ones shed in the combating. In renaisssance Italy people think that everything is created by God, the nature and the whole Universe obey to him. Otranto spends the night celebrating and savoring their apparent victory. Goyer April 12, 2013 2013-04-12 1. At his planned hanging, Riario confesses to murdering Clarice, however talks his way out of being killed by swaying the crowd with his speech primed by The Architect.
Lorenzo recognizes the bastard child as his, making Vanessa happy and proclaiming his prosperous future. As a 25-year old artist, inventor, swordsman, lover, dreamer and idealist, he struggles to live within the confines of his own reality and time as he begins to not only see the future, but invent it. Vanessa, to her shock, is placed in charge of the House of Medici when a distraught Clarice seemingly abandons the city. Upon discovering that he is keeping a group of young women prisoner underneath his house, Lucrezia is imprisoned alongside them. Leonardo and the rest of his party escape the church after Piero allows himself to be captured to buy them time. Back in reality, Riario attempts to persuade Carlo and the Architect that Da Vinci is more valuable to the Labyrinth alive than dead. Later, in Naples, Ferrante is assassinated, thus putting Lorenzo at the Pope's mercy.
Florence is thrown into chaos in the wake of the Pazzi conspiracy and Leonardo da Vinci must push the limits of his mind and body to defend the city against the forces of Rome. Riario proceeds on his way to the Americas, while Leonardo attempts to help Lorenzo to regain control of Florence. Lorenzo and Piero, meanwhile, are traveling incognito to try and convince Naples to switch sides. Sixtus absolves responsibility for Riario's fate in Florence as the trial is swiftly conducted and the sentence of death handed down. Nico and Zo are warmly greeted by Vlad. Da Vinci wakes up on the side of a road, having been rescued by Riario. Da Vinci decides to pledge his allegiance to Pope Sixtus to gain the funds necessary to build an arsenal of war machines to use against the Turks, which causes him and Zoroaster to have a falling out.
Leonardo invents a pedal-powered submarine in order to sneak under the ship unseen, while Amerigo Vespucci joins Alfonso on board. Meanwhile, Lucrezia is interrogated by the Sultan's soothsayer, who after learning the truth of Lucrezia's parentage explains that her father wants to start a war between Christendom and the Ottoman Empire. This event is connected with a Book of Leaves what Da Vinchi wrote in that period. Back in Florence, Carlo turns the tables on the Bank associates and reinforces Clarice's position; that night, they give in to their attraction. In Rome, Lucrezia meets her father and convinces him to make her a partner in his plans. The young artist and engineer is brilliantly talented in many diverse realms of both art and science.
Lorenzo gives his blessing, and, to signify their new bond, gives him the smaller of the two Medici longswords, cleverly hidden within the larger one by Cosimo. Piero loudly praises Leonardo to the Turks while Leonardo listens hidden in some bushes. From the vault, he hears his mother's voice. In his dreams he sees his masterpiece, the Mona Lisa, and meets himself as an old man, who reveals that the enemy stalking Leonardo and the Sons of Mithras is known as the Labyrinth. Vlad is introduced to Sixtus by Nico.
Leonardo da Vinci's world comes crashing down when the city of Otranto is torn apart by an Ottoman invasion. Leonardo and the others are picked up by Amerigo. During the course of the series, 28 episodes of Da Vinci's Demons aired over three seasons. With Lorenzo back in power, Leonardo says he must leave to find a ship to continue his search for the Book and his mother. After nearly failing, Leonardo and Zoroaster get on board the ship with Amerigo's help. Ima has sex with the feverish Leonardo, who experiences a series of visions while drugged by the poison. On the brink of victory, the Turks are killed by an electrical field that is created by the completion of a circuit created by a kite that Lucrezia released before dying.
Meanwhile in Naples, Lorenzo is also having to face a life-or-death trial. In Season 2, intrepid adventurer-inventor Leonardo Da Vinci travels all over the known world in his quest for the mystical Book of Leaves. The Architect decides to administer a poison guaranteed to either convert Da Vinci to the Labyrinth or kill him. But it is too late to convince the slaves. Leonardo is bitten by a poisoned snake, and Riario must find the antidote while being hunted by warriors.
This betrayal will haunt Leo long after the battle is decided, as will the deaths of loved ones lost in the fighting. The series sets aside historical accuracy to cast da Vinci as a sexy rebel. While the Medicis go to unthinkable lengths to deal with new threats. Leo is banished from Florence by Lorenzo, while Zoroaster and Nico join him to seek Vlad the Impaler. Leonardo and company escape Otranto via an underground tunnel. Da Vinci begins to hallucinate.
The false Sixtus seeks to isolate Florence by excommunicating the city. Outside Constantinople, Lucrezia convinces the Sultan's son to visit the Pope in Rome, who promptly rejects his offer of peace and humiliates him. She tells the Pope about the weapons Leonardo is planning for Lorenzo and about his encounter with the Turk. A chronicle of the life of Leonardo da Vinci begins with the Italian artist-inventor in his mid-20s in Renaissance Florence. Lorenzo must kill a galloping horse tied to the other end of the rope with a single bow shot. Riario is found, tortured and turned by the Labyrinth. Lucrezia tracks down Lupo Mercuri in an attempt to gain information as to the whereabouts of the Book of Leaves.