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Agent 47 (also known as "The Hitman", or simply by his birth name "47", as well as many aliases) is the playable protagonist of the Hitman series. He is a professional hitman and former top agent for the International Contract Agency, until he exposed agency information to the public, ending them permanently. His genetically engineered mind and body cause him to be considered the greatest assassin in the world.

Agent 47 was created by Dr. Ort-Meyer as his 47th clone in his underground cloning laboratory, disguised under the surface appearance of a sanitarium.

History

Origins

Agent 47 is a genetically enhanced human being, his DNA is the culmination of decades of secret research into gene augmentation. His creation was funded by five criminal masterminds who donated their own DNA to the project.[2]

47's five genetic fathers, from left to right; Pablo Ochoa, Ort Meyer, Lee Hong, Frantz Fuchs and Arkadij Jegorov

In the 1950's, five men of various nationalities began serving in the same unit of the French Foreign Legion, namely, Otto Wolfgang Ort-Meyer, Lee Hong, Pablo Belisario Ochoa, Frantz Fuchs, and Arkadij Jegorov.[2] After finishing their service, Ort-Meyer started up a mental institution in Romania as a cover for genetic experiments, while the other four became major crime lords and terrorists. In exchange for research funding, Ort-Meyer decided to provide his former comrades with donor organs harvested from clone bodies, which could extend their longevity. Therefore, even while the terrorists were in their 60s, they looked much younger.

Dr. Ort-Meyer's goal was to create "perfect assassins" who could be as physically fit as humanly possible and were capable of obeying orders with devotion and unquestioning loyalty.[2] Dr. Ort-Meyer tried to make his discoveries public before the 47 clone was created, however, he was discredited as a scientist by his peers as they thought that Ort-Meyer's radical theories were insane.[2]

Infancy and Tube

Agent 47's barcode.

Agent 47 was created on September 5, 1964, in Ort-Meyer's asylum in Romania. He had the numbers "[[1]]" tattooed on the back of his head ("64-05-09" is the date of creation, "04" marks he is part of Series IV, "01" marks that he is the first, and "47" is to represent that he is the 47th), followed several years later by a Universal Product Code. Dr. Ort-Meyer saw 47 as his first genetically complete success and gave him slightly more attention, even though he had other specimens to consider.[3]

From ages five to seven, 47 was quiet and showed little social interaction. His only display of affection was towards a runaway laboratory rabbit he adopted on August 21, 1970, displeasing Dr. Ort-Meyer.[3] However, it died on May 2, 1972. Ort-Meyer noticed 47 crying and was surprised, as he'd never seen any of his clones do so before. Five years later, 47 also showed affection to a pet mouse. He cared for the mouse for about a month, until it was killed by a fellow clone as a cruel prank.[3]

When 47 returns to Ort-Meyer's lab in Contracts, circa 2000, five incubated clones can still be found in chambers bearing the Five Fathers' names. However, Contracts takes place in 47's memory, and other details from Contracts (such as Alvaro D'Alvade's name originally being Phillipe Berceuse) have since been retconned, casting these five clones' canon into doubt.[4]

Adolescence

Young 47 and older Subject 6. .png

Between ages thirteen and twenty-three (1978–1987), 47 began a fairly negative relationship with the asylum staff, attributed to his chronic uneasiness stemming from his regular medical checkups and frequent injections. On one occasion, 47 stabbed a doctor repeatedly with several needles, thus, prompting Dr. Ort-Meyer to assign more security for 47. Along with the other clones, 47 was trained from youth to kill efficiently. He was instructed in the use of firearms, military hardware, martial arts, the use of disguises, and the use of more classical tools of assassination like the infamous fiber wire and sniper rifle. During his training, he was noted for his exceptional marksmanship, as well as for attacking the asylum staff with homemade slingshots, all of which were promptly confiscated. He also shot smiley faces into targets when he was bored. This is one of the only possible examples of 47 being exposed to pop culture, although all of the clones were sufficiently educated about the outside world by using traditional school textbooks.

As portrayed in the comic series Agent 47: Birth of the Hitman, 47 had formed a brotherly relationship with a clone named 6 and together they were an impressive team of assassins. Ort-Meyer would often send his clones on assassinations for extra income - 47's and 6's targets included two plaintiffs in a lawsuit against Blue Seed Pharmaceuticals, Peter and Nancy Burnwood, coincidentally the parents of 47's future ICA handler Diana Burnwood.

At one point in their childhood on March 23, 6 convinced 47 to run away from the asylum with him, and they took refuge in a small farming village before being apprehended again. They would try again many years later in 1989 - while on assignment in Berlin, they coerced a German scientist to neutralize their explosive chip implants (he was the same person to have designed them, while being employed by Ort-Meyer), after which 47 killed him against 6's intentions. When they returned to the asylum as instructed, they attempted to free the rest of the clones (killing several guards in the process) before 6 escaped and 47 was taken in by the rest of Ort-Meyer's security. 6 would go on to live in the outside world under the assumed name Lucas Grey.

47 has very different memories of a "6" clone in the novel Hitman: Enemy Within; in this version of events, 6 bullied him until 47 killed him in a bathroom stall when they were both 12 (circa 1977). 47 then achieved a daring escape from the asylum, during which he made a fiber wire out of a windowsill and broken parts of a broom, oiled squeaky door hinges to sneak out, and stashed a bow and arrow to kill a guard dog before he jumped the gate and hitchhiked into a Romanian town. He first noticed luxury clothing stores, which may have influenced his penchant for suit-and-tie apparel as an adult. Later, an asylum doctor found him at a bus stop and ironically rewarded him with a pancake breakfast. He explained to 47 that he was right to kill that series 6 clone and had done a good job of it, but should in the future only kill when instructed to do so.

When 47's memory was wiped with an experimental serum in Birth of the Hitman, Ort-Meyer convinced him of the Enemy Within version of events, making a passing reference to "how you killed your tormentor, 6, at the age of twelve." 47 insists "That's not what happened, father", to which Ort-Meyer replies "When we're done here, 47, it will be".

As a result of the training he had received in his childhood, 47 can wield any weapon with ease on a mission, and can improvise and use common tools with deadly precision.

Last Years at the Asylum

On September 5, 1989, Dr. Ort-Meyer went so far as to remember 47's twenty-fifth birthday in his journal, although 47 himself didn't, along with comments that he had become "mature" and stopped many of his bad habits. In 1993, he stated that 47, now almost thirty, had passed every test he can think of and is his most skilled clone.

Similar to the experimental serum that erased 47's memory of 6, additional serums were administered to all the clones to try to do away with their emotions. Birth of the Hitman recounts that in 1996, the serums made most of the clones manically depressed, some dying of starvation, dehydration and infected bedsores as a result. Ort-Meyer had made at least 81 clones by then, but they were too weak to carry out assassination contracts in the outside world. Eventually, 47 was the only clone still left at the asylum - most were dead while a rare few, such as 6 and 17, had somehow or another transitioned to living in the outside world.

Everyone backing Dr. Ort-Meyer's research, from Providence to his French Foreign Legion friends, had grown weary of funding him with little results, and relations between them soured. Dr. Ort-Meyer sometimes blatantly suggested that he would use the clones against his French Foreign Legion friends if he felt necessary. Meanwhile, Providence demanded that Dr. Ort-Meyer turn 47 over to their care, after which they would shut down his operation. In 1999, as seen at the beginning of Hitman: Codename 47, Ort-Meyer purposely created a gap in the asylum's security for 47 to escape.

The very next morning, Ort-Meyer was visited by Providence's Constant Arthur Edwards, who tells him he can resume operations to make them more clones, saying "If I were a more suspicious man, I'd say you've made yourself indispensable, at a time when you were very much disposable". It was probably after this arrangement that Ort-Meyer would produce the 48 Series, rapidly aging them to adulthood - despite the likelihood that a previous "Subject 48" died as a result of the serum, Ort-Meyer likely reused the number 48 because their design was heavily based on 47.

Joining the ICA

According to 47's ICA file from the Hitman: Absolution trailers, the International Contract Agency first took an interest in 47's activities in 1998 and enrolled him in 2000.

Birth of the Hitman portrays an incident in late 1999, when multiple contracts were out on the life of Bricolage Technology founder Franklin Marchand - publicly known as a producer of satellite technology, he had a side business producing chemical weapons in Afghanistan, and a leak at one of his secret plants killed at least 500 people in the immediate area. He was set to make a rare public appearance at Place de la Concorde in Paris to announce a relief fund for impoverished people in Afghanistan; 47's unknown client insisted that Marchand die in an apparent accident, telling him "No other circumstances tolerated. If Marchand dies any other way, he'll be propped up as a martyr." Meanwhile, someone else had hired the ICA to do away with Marchand, and they sent a four-member team to gun him down. 47 subdued the ICA team in rapid succession, then held a cab driver at gun point to make him run down Marchand with his car. Afterwards, Diana met with 47 in a bar and delivered ICA's offer to audition him, and strongly recommended to the ICA that they hire him.

The prologue of HITMAN portrays 47's audition for the ICA, conducted by training director Erich Soders and handler Diana Burnwood at a top-secret facility in a remote, snowy region. 47 went through rigorous training programs, psychological evaluations, and a thorough background check, although they found very little about 47's previous life. While Burnwood believed that 47 would be an invaluable asset to the ICA, Erich Soders was very reluctant to recruit 47 because of how little they knew about him, telling Diana, "Frankly, it's as if the earth just spat him out." Soders suspected 47 of lying about coming from a Romanian asylum, ironically because 47 covered his tracks perfectly. Soders grew displeased with this lack of information on Agent 47's background, as there was nothing from 47's past that the ICA could use as leverage against him, and administered the strictest possible tests on 47 in hopes of being able to reject him. Learning of this plot Diana also chose to "bend the rules" and helped 47 to pass his audition. 47 was then made a full agent of ICA and Diana Burnwood was assigned to him as his handler.

Assassination of the "Five Fathers"

Main article(s): Hitman: Codename 47

4 of 47's "fathers" and targets. From left to right; Lee Hong, Pablo Blisario Ochoa, Frantz Fuchs and Arkadij Boris Jegorov.

One year after escaping the asylum and very recently after joining the ICA, Agent 47 was contracted to kill four high-profile underworld figures - the hits were ostensibly ordered by four different clients, but are later revealed to be the machinations of Dr. Ort-Meyer.

First was Red Dragon Triad leader Lee Hong, who was so well-protected that 47 and the ICA only felt ready to target Hong after playing the Red Dragon Triads, Blue Lotus Triads and Hong Kong's corrupt police force against each other in a complex chain of events, after which 47 successfully infiltrated the Red Dragon headquarters and killed Hong. It was also during this operation that 47 first met CIA agent Carlton Smith, later to become a regular ICA informant.

Next was an assignment to kill Colombian drug lord Pablo Belisario Ochoa and destroy his drug plantation, which 47 was only able to locate by gaining favor with the local U'wa tribe that had long been terrorized by Ochoa's cartel enforcers. Once inside the complex, 47 killed Ochoa and blew up the drug facility while escaping in a propeller plane.

The third contract was against the three Fuchs brothers - Fritz, Frantz, and Fabian - who worked alongside each other as Nazi-sympathizing terrorists. 47 first killed Fabian in Kamchatka, Siberia, alongside ex-Russian General Sergei Bjarkhov who was prepared to sell nuclear arms to the Fuchs brothers. 47 then proceeded to Budapest, Hungary to murder Frantz and Fritz Fuchs, and defuse a bomb that the Fuchs had planted in the vicinity before it detonated during a United Nations summit.

Finally, 47 was sent to kill Russian crime lord Arkadij Jegorov while his tanker was docked in Rotterdam, Netherlands. Coincidentally, a job opportunity unrelated to Ort-Meyer also brought 47 to Rotterdam; the Rotterdam Chief of Police hired 47 to kill Flaming Rotterdam leader Rutgert Van Leuven, recover some blackmail material, and kill Klaas Teller (a private investigator who previously failed to do the same job). Unfortunately, the bikers were expected to meet Jegorov and tracking him down became more difficult with Van Leuven gone. Nevertheless, 47 tracked one of their men to a rescheduled arms deal with Jegorov's underboss, who 47 then tailed to Jegorov. 47 infiltrated the ship, eliminated Jegorov and defused yet another large-scale bomb aboard Jegorov's tanker before escaping.

Only after all four contracts were fulfilled did the ICA discover that they were secretly ordered by the same person, Otto Wolfgang Ort-Meyer. The ICA still accepted a fifth and final job from him and, only at Ort-Meyer's insistence, assigned it to 47 again. Upon returning to his childhood asylum in Romania and killing his official target, Dr. Odon Kovacs, 47 regained many of his memories from the asylum (as revealed much later in the series, 47 sometimes regains memories erased by the serum when presented with familiar environments and visual stimuli). 47 immediately proceeds further into the asylum to kill Dr. Ort-Meyer (who responds by calling a SWAT team to the asylum), and coincidentally finds Agent Smith being held captive in one of their wards. Smith directs 47 to the cloning lab's secret entrance, after which 47 shoots his way through an ambush of 48-series clones, confronts Ort-Meyer in his office, and kills him by snapping his neck. 47 then ventures back up to the asylum, evades the Romanian authorities, and steals Ort-Meyer's car to escape.

Seeking a New Life

Main article(s): Hitman 2: Silent Assassin

For a year or two, 47 attempted to leave his life as a hitman behind, instead finding faith in a Catholic Church on the Sicilian countryside and working as a humble gardener. 47 had garnered mythical status in the global criminal underworld for his exploits, though most of them assumed he was dead. However, 47 was tracked down by Sergei Zavorotko (a major arms dealer, in possession of WMDs, and 47's "uncle") along with a Mystery Man from the United States. Around the same time, 47's pastor Fr. Emilio Vittorio was kidnapped by mafia don Giuseppe Guillani.

47 got back in contact with the ICA and agreed to accept another contract in the near future, in exchange for intel and satellite footage regarding Guillani's villa. However, upon killing Guillani and searching the villa, 47 was disheartened to find out that Vittorio had been moved to another location - Diana informs him that Vittorio was "dragged along by four bearded, Russian-looking types in uniform" (later revealed to be working for Zavorotko, who secretly re-kidnapped Vittorio to lure 47 out of retirement).

47 was still obligated to repay the ICA for their assistance by accepting a new contract, which happened to involve Russian military figures - 47 correctly suspected that it was somehow related to Vittorio's mystery captors. This began a string of dangerous missions, all paid for by Zavorotko so that he could assemble various parts of a WMD and silence anyone with knowledge of his actions. Nevertheless, Zavorotko's possession of a WMD is publicly exposed, and Zavorotko falsely suspected that 47 tipped off the authorities (though it was likely the Mystery Man setting Zavorotko up for failure instead). Zavorotko then sent Agent 17, another Ort-Meyer clone who was loyal to Zavorotko and the Mystery Man, to kill 47 - when Zavorotko tried to set a trap for 47 in St. Petersburg, 47 successfully killed 17 and first confronted Zavorotko verbally via 17's earpiece. Zavorotko and his squad immediately descended on Gontranno (Vittorio and 47's home parish, which 47 later used as a personal base), with Vittorio in hand, to wait and try to catch 47 off-guard. 47 also survived this second trap, successfully killing Zavorotko and his men while rescuing Vittorio.

Vittorio then thanked 47 for rescuing him, and asked him to not lose hope and try to get back on the right path. Vittorio reluctantly let 47 leave his church, and gave him a rosary. However, 47 had taken away from the experience that his only purpose in life was to be an assassin, that he and his loved ones would never be safe, and that he must remain a hitman to provide for and protect himself. 47 left the rosary beads hanging on a wooden gate of the church, later to return to the ICA. However, 47 remained in contact with Vittorio as of Hitman: Enemy Within and entrusted Sister Mary with Victoria in Hitman: Absolution, suggesting he did not abandon his faith altogether.

Getting Competition

Main article(s): Hitman: Enemy Within

Agent 47 casually resumed his life as a contract killer for the next several years.

In the book Hitman: Enemy Within, the International Contract Agency is challenged by a rival called Puissance Treize (French for Power Thirteen) and 47 is tasked with killing a traitor of the ICA who sold information to them.

Near Death Experience

Main article(s): Hitman: Contracts

On March 18, 2004, 47 was shot by a police officer, while returning to his hotel room after killing Richard Delahunt and Alvaro D'Alvade at an Opera Hall in Paris. He made his way to his hotel room, wondering how the officer knew him, only to collapse unconscious on his hotel room floor. While blacking out before being revived by an ICA medic, 47 thought back on his previous missions. After 47 regained full consciousness, detective Albert Fournier and his tactical squad surrounded 47's hotel room. 47 escaped the hotel, killed Fournier, and met Diana (in person) on a flight to the United States.

ICA Liquidation by the Franchise

Main article(s): Hitman: Blood Money

On his flight out of Paris, Diana gave 47 a file explaining that they were again under the threat of a serious rival, known as The Franchise.

Diana handing the file on the anonymous group trying to liquidate the Agency.

They had deep connections to international governments and their own army of albino clones. As part of their goal to keep the cloning technology to themselves, they planned to make Daniel Morris the US President by killing politicians and having him succeed them (Vice President Spaulding Burke being their first victim, in a supposed car crash only a day ago, on March 17). Their leader, former Federal Bureau of Investigation director Alexander Leland Cayne, had an inferior cloning program and wanted to replicate Ort-Meyer's methods, but required Agent 47's bone marrow to learn the entire process.

As 47 continued his work, now living in the United States, most of the International Contract Agency agents and management left within the next year and a half. On August 15, 2005, Diana explained to 47 that they were the only two surviving members of ICA and after 47's last assignment, she would split what was left of the ICA's money with him before they bid each other goodbye for good. 47 was soon after contacted by Agent Smith to kill Daniel Morris (who was Vice President by that time) after Smith learned of his corruption and intent to kill President Tom Stewart.

47 successfully infiltrated the White House to kill Morris and Mark Parchezzi III, the Franchise's albino clone assassin, on September 22, 2005, thereby preventing Stewart's assassination. Morris' death was confirmed as a murder and gained a very large amount of media attention, and although 47 escaped alive and unidentified, a government cover-up claimed that the assassin was shot and/or broke his back while trying to climb over a gate during his escape.

Very soon after, Diana Burnwood approached Cayne and the Franchise for a job, and was directed to lead them to 47. She then walked into 47's hideout alone and poisoned him with a syringe when his guard was down, after which a Franchise squad (directed by Cayne himself at the scene) stormed in to collect a bone marrow sample from 47's body and later prepping it for a funeral. At the funeral, it is revealed that Diana dosed 47 with a non-lethal serum instead, and once Diana administers the antidote and leaves the scene, 47 awakens at his own funeral and kills everyone at the scene (consisting of Cayne, his bodyguards, a journalist and a priest).

After his fake funeral, 47 initially declined to contact Diana or anyone else in the ICA, instead going to meet with an unknown crime figure at an Asian establishment. What happened during the time in between is not specified in the games, but Agent 47 eventually returned to the ICA and resumed work with Diana Burnwood.

Back at the ICA

Main article(s): Hitman: Damnation

Unbeknownst to 47, Diana has had a spat with her superior Benjamin Travis over the development of a "pet project," the engineering of Victoria, and plans to defect from the ICA before they kill her. Diana makes her move in September 2011, while she was helping Agent 47 on a mission taking place in Tibet at a rather crucial time. 47 is injured as a result but manages to eliminate the target and escape.

Twelve months after the Tibet incident, Agent 47 is paid by Roget to kill Hector Corado, both drug dealers in the Caribbean. Agent 47 successfully kills Corado during a yacht party hosted by organized crime billionaire Emilio Fernandez, off the coast of Jamaica. While 47 is flying to Rio de Janeiro aboard a private flight, the plane crashes into the sea, which 47 survives by jumping off moments before the plane crashes into the water. He is pulled aboard the ICA-owned Jean Danjou II. He is re-initiated into the ICA by Benjamin Travis, and assigned to kill US Presidential nominee Dana Linder and later televangelist Charlie Wilkins. Wilkins in fact ordered both hits, the first to position himself to run for President and the second to trap and silence Agent 47.

While investigating the Church of Will in Virginia, undercover as an Iowan farmer named Stan Johnson, 47 begins a romance with Wilkins' insecure personal assistant Helen McAdams, but she dies in a riot where 47 also manages to kill Wilkins (on November 1, 2012, four days before he would likely have been elected president) by driving over him with a truck. In Diana's absence, 47 is instead handled by Benjamin Travis, and their difficult working relationship prompts Agent 47's eventual rebellion.

A Personal Contract

Main article(s): Hitman: Absolution

Agent 47 was then finally sent by Benjamin Travis to kill Diana Burnwood, who holed herself and Victoria up in a rented mansion along Lake Michigan near Chicago, Illinois. 47 infiltrated the home and shot Diana in the chest while she was showering. He accepted her dying wish to protect Victoria and kill Travis. On the way out, he asked Victoria why Diana saved her, and she told 47 that she wanted to get her away from "the doctors." 47 recalled his own horrible experience at Ort-Meyer's asylum before deciding to protect her. He then took Victoria to Chicago's Rosewood Orphanage for safekeeping. 47 was considered rogue by Benjamin Travis, who issued a kill order on him. Blake Dexter, a weapons manufacturing magnate, was informed of Victoria's whereabouts by Dom Osmond and kidnapped her for genetic research and to extort a ransom from the ICA. Agent 47 is aided by his own man about town, Birdie, who later betrayed him to Dexter and the Chicago PD. Agent 47 was in Chicago for Chinese New Year, dating the mission Hunter and Hunted February 10, 2013.

Agent 47 followed Dexter to his hometown of Hope, South Dakota, where he killed most of Dexter's inner circle within a few days (the player has the choice of making 47 kill Blake's son, Lenny Dexter, or leaving him for dead in the desert). 47 then returned to Chicago where he infiltrated Dexter's penthouse, killed him and rescued Victoria.

Later, Agent 47 went to Diana's supposed grave in Cornwall, England where he killed Benjamin Travis along with his assistant, Jade Nguyen. It is ultimately revealed that 47's shooting of Diana was not actually fatal - Diana and Victoria move back into their Lake Michigan mansion, and 47 is seen peacefully watching over them on a balcony with a zoom scope. In the mission debriefing, Diana wires money to 47 for his services and welcomes him back to the ICA.

A World of Assassination

Main article(s): Hitman (2016 video game)

In 2020, Diana Burnwood surmised that four of 47's most recent assassinations (against the IAGO spy ring in Paris, development of a viral superweapon in Sapienza, Italy, and an attempted coup in Morocco, along with the assassination of Indie rock star and media heir Jordan Cross) were in fact orchestrated by a "Shadow Client", despite the ICA technically having been approached by four separate, tipped-off clients for those contracts - it was the kidnapping and murder of Jordan's father Thomas Cross during his son's funeral that spurred Diana and the rest of the ICA to investigate the matter.

The ICA discovered that the Shadow Client's transmissions were sent by a hacktivist Olivia Hall from a farm in Colorado. 47 is contracted to eliminate the Shadow Client and four of his lieutenants at the farm - although the Shadow Client himself is nowhere to be found, 47 discovers the Shadow Client's link chart of Providence members along with a very impressive body of research on 47, which leaves he and Diana to conclude that the Shadow Client has already known about 47 for many years. Among his papers, he also discovers that ICA board member Erich Soders had been selling the ICA out to Providence.

The ICA confirms that Erich Soders had agreed to sell information to Providence in exchange for a very complex, life-saving medical surgery. To prevent Soders from giving a full list of ICA operatives to Providence and to issue a warning against interference with the ICA's sovereignty, 47 is admitted to the hyper-exclusive GAMA hospital under the alias Tobias Rieper to eliminate Soders and his Providence contact, Yuki Yamazaki.

Think Deadly

Main article(s): HITMAN 2

Following the assassination of Soders and Yamazaki, the Constant, Providence's top controller, approaches Diana with a deal to eliminate the Shadow Client and his militia in exchange for information on 47’s past, and she reluctantly accepts. Now hired by Providence, the ICA sends 47 to Hawke's Bay, New Zealand, to eliminate Alma Reynard - one of the Shadow Client’s top lieutenants - and acquire any intel on her boss’s identity or whereabouts. From Reynard’s computer, 47 discovers that she was planning on meeting with Providence-affiliated tech CEO Robert Knox, who hoped that the militia would spare him and his daughter Sierra Knox in exchange for their cooperation. 47 was then dispatched to eliminate both Knoxes at the annual Global Innovation Race in Miami, Florida.

The Constant informed the ICA of the Shadow Client’s identity: a mercenary known as Lucas Grey. Despite being off the grid, the ICA uncovered that Grey and his forces had been getting logistical assistance from two of the world's most feared and notorious crime lords- South American drug lord Rico Delgado and Indian shipping pirate Wazir "The Maelstrom" Kale. 47 killed both of them and their lieutenants to sabotage the militia's network, and was paid by Providence for the successful operations.

Switching Sides

The ICA easily traced Lucas Grey to an abandoned asylum in Brasov, Romania, where 47 finally met Lucas Grey face to face. Grey surrendered, and risked being killed by 47 in hopes of reminding him of their true history - that Grey was actually 47's long-lost brother (the fellow Ort-Meyer clone Subject 6), and the two of them had made a childhood pact to one day take down their abusive masters.

47 then agreed to take an antidote to counteract the memory-erasing serum (stolen from an Ether lab by Grey and his militia), in order to remember a crucial lead on Providence’s top controller, the Constant. 47 managed to recall memories of Janus, the original Constant of Providence, who would likely know the current Constant's identity.

To cover her and 47’s breach of trust, Diana begrudgingly agreed to make a false report back to the ICA, claiming a dead end in Romania and implicating Janus as the true head of the militia. 47 was then sent to Whittleton Creek, Vermont, to eliminate the elderly Janus at his private home in the suburbs, as well as find clues to uncover a connection between Janus and the Constant. In addition, 47 was also tasked with eliminating Janus' Providence-assigned handler Nolan Cassidy, to ensure he cannot contradict the false report back to Providence.

47 learned that both the former and current Constant were set to attend the annual Ark Society gala on November 13, 2020, and Olivia Hall was able to track Janus’ coffin to the Ark Society venue on the Isle of Sgàil in the North Atlantic. They also figured out that due to tension between the Constant and Providence's Partners, the Constant submitted himself to a "kill switch" chip implant that allowed him to be killed at the press of a remote button. To ensure that they could take the Constant alive, 47 was tasked with eliminating twin sisters Zoe and Sophia Washington, newly-appointed co-chairwomen of the Ark Society, to whom the Partners had entrusted the kill switch remote.

Upon being captured, the Constant (whose own name is revealed to be Arthur Edwards) divulges the Partners' names as Carl Ingram, Alexa Christine Carlisle and Marcus Stuyvesant. Edwards suggested they “follow the money,” sending 47 to the New York branch of investment bank Milton-Fitzpatrick to steal data related to the Partners’ financial accounts. To cover their tracks, 47 was also told to kill the branch director Athena Savalas.

The bank data showed that the Partners made payments to HAVEN, a secretive public relations consultancy in the Maldives that secretly dealt in forged identities for wealthy criminals. Realizing that the Partners have started new lives under new identities, 47 was sent to Haven’s private island to eliminate the firm's leadership, so that Hall can hack their servers without interference. Though the new identities and locations of the Partners are successfully acquired, Edwards unexpectedly escaped Diana's captivity and somehow managed to have the Partner's shares redirected to his control.

The End of an Era

Main article(s): Hitman 3

47 and Lucas Grey immediately trek from the Maldives to Dubai, UAE, where the Providence Partners are hiding out atop Burj Al-Ghazali as the personal guests of Sheikh Omar Al-Ghazali. As they skydived towards the top of the tower, they narrowly missed falling onto the helicopter of Alexa Christine Carlisle (who was leaving the tower to regroup at her family estate and try to track down Arthur Edwards). 47 eliminated Carl Ingram and Marcus Stuyvesant, after which he and Lucas Grey discussed how to kill Alexa Carlisle and obtain her case file on Arthur Edwards. Grey also asked what 47 would do now that he was out of the ICA, though 47 still believed that Diana would negotiate their way back into the organization (just like she had done at the ends of Hitman: Blood Money and Hitman: Absolution)

47 then proceeded to confront Alexa Carlisle at her family estate in Dartmoor, and arrived during a particularly fraught family reunion; amid preparations for Alexa's ostensible funeral, Alexa's younger brother Zachary Carlisle died in his bed the night before, and the rest of the family was shocked when Alexa arrived the following morning alive and well. Alexa hired a private investigator out of disbelief that her brother would kill himself, and 47 himself has the opportunity to assume the investigator's identity to get in close proximity to Alexa. If 47 asks for Edwards's case file as a reward for solving the case, Alexa will realize 47's true identity but not become hostile at all - instead, she calmly gives him the file and encourages him to kill Edwards. Regardless, 47 does not leave Dartmoor without ensuring that Alexa Carlisle is dead.

As he leaves Dartmoor, Grey calls out for 47's help on their intercom during a shootout with an ICA squadron. 47 infiltrated their attempted arrest of Grey disguised as one of the ICA troops, only to witness Grey commit suicide with his pistol rather than be taken alive.

47 then traveled to the industrial outskirts of Berlin, Germany in search of Olivia Hall. Another ICA squadron (led by Agent Montgomery) was in search of both Olivia and 47, and to ensure Olivia's safety, 47 cleared them out of the nearby warehouse rave venue Club Holle. 47 returned to a nearby abandoned gas station, where he found out that Olivia had to personally kill one of the ICA scouts in self-defense. 47 consoled her as she coped with killing someone for the first time as well as Lucas Grey's death, with 47 saying "he made it count".

Olivia and 47 brainstormed how to get the ICA off their trail, and devised a plan to leak all of the ICA's information to the public, thereby ending the ICA permanently. To accomplish this, 47 went to the ICA's data hub in Chongqing, China, and killed the ICA's top two archivists in order to disable the server room's biometric locks. 47 killed the two archivists, Hush (coincidentally Olivia Hall's former hacking mentor) and Imogen Royce, and deleted all files regarding him and Diana before leaking the rest to a well-known hacktivist website. The data leak quickly became front-page news, triggering dozens of scandals in national intelligence agencies, law enforcement and the private sector.

Arthur Edwards had been contacting Diana since his escape, trying to persuade her to join Providence as a Herald now that he was the supreme leader of Providence, and later upped the ante by saying he'd consider making her the new Constant. Edwards ultimately persuaded her by giving her a dossier, explaining that 47 and Grey killed Diana's parents decades ago when they were still under the control of Otto Wolfgang Ort-Meyer (47 had his memory wiped at the time, meaning he did not remember until Grey administered the antidote during their reunion only a few months ago).

Diana accepted the role of Herald, and attended a summit of Heralds at Don Yates' winery in Argentina - she purposely got herself caught on an airport camera to lead 47 to her, and when 47 greeted her outside the event, she explained that she only accepted as a ploy to get 47 within killing distance of Edwards, and to climb the ranks of Providence in order to dismantle it from within. She arranged an invitation for 47 at the event, where 47 killed Yates (Diana's competitor for the role of Constant) and a high-ranking Herald named Tamara Vidal who was assigned to watch over Diana (according to a calendar that 47 can pick off the wall of Yates's bedroom, this occurred in April 2021). However, 47 confronted Diana out of paranoia that she truly did sell him out to Edwards, and when they were surrounded by a heavily armored squadron (backed by the ICA and/or Providence), Diana remotely activated a sedative poison that incapacitated 47.

47 faded in and out of consciousness aboard a train traveling through the Carpathian Mountains of his native Romania - Edwards personally administered an advanced version of the memory-erasing serum to 47, but after a sequence of intense nightmares (including visions of the deceased Lucas Grey), 47 found the mental fortitude to fight off the serum's effects. He proceeded to fight his way up the train cars and confront Arthur Edwards - who calmly displayed another dose of the serum and offered to let 47 administer it to himself, saying that he was always meant to be an assassin and would live a happier life forgetting the events of the last few years and going back to what he does best. 47 refused and either kills Edwards or injects him with the serum, leaving him dead/stranded in Romania. 47 then stopped the train and walked off.

Diana followed through with dismantling Providence, resulting in Alexander Fanin, Tim Quinn and Hamsun Oil's former president among many other Providence assets quietly resigning their corporate roles within a month of each other. One year later, 47 (who no longer goes by that moniker) reunited with Diana at her cabin in the woods, and they agreed to start a new, justice-minded assassination business of their own.

Appearance

Agent 47 is a bald Caucasian male and has a rather pale complexion and muscular build. His most distinguishing feature is the bar-code tattooed on the back of his head. It lists his date of creation and identification number: [[2]], from which he takes the name "Agent 47." His facial features are quite imposing, with a long face, large cheekbones, prominent brow, recessed forehead and ice blue eyes. Early in Absolution, Agent 47 tries to remove his iconic barcode with a razor, but it remains visible at the end of the game.

According to his ICA File from Absolution, he is 6'2" (188 cm) tall.[5] In the novel Hitman: Enemy Within his weight is stated as 187 lbs (85 kg).[6]

His appearance is modeled after David Bateson, the actor who has voiced Agent 47 in every game so far. He almost always wears his classic black suit, red tie, white shirt, and black leather gloves.

Personality

Even though 47 is a relatively emotionless assassin, he shows signs of morality, seen in Hitman 2: Silent Assassin confessing his sins to Father Vittorio. Subsequently, he is also depressed at the apparent loss of his spiritual guide that he agrees to take on the "suicide mission" of killing Deewana Ji. In HITMAN™, after Club 27, Agent 47 reacts to Diana's concerns over the Shadow Client's actions with "So what that someone got rich? The contract was just." The novels often have him pondering the question of his own morality and values.

His absolute highest priority is completing his contract. He generally avoids collateral damage as a professional assassin, although he will not hesitate if he has to. He is emotionally closed off to the suffering of others when appropriate on a contract, even if they remind him of himself at a younger age. Vocally, he rarely raises his voice, choosing to speak in a calm and relaxed manner at all times. When speaking to another person, he can perfectly mask his true intentions (whatever they might be) and fool the other party with no effort; one of his many strengths is being an expert conversationalist. In addition to that, he can blend into the crowd and adapt his personality to suit any situation, and play the role of another person with the utmost efficiency and credibility, like a "Wolf in Sheep's clothing." He is content with being alone but has a deep if unexpressed admiration for the few people he becomes close to, especially Diana Burnwood, Fr. Emilio Vittorio, Helen McAdams, Victoria and Tommy Clemenza. Agent 47 also shows uncharacteristic sensitivity towards animals that he keeps as pets, such as his childhood rabbit and mouse he found from the asylum itself, and the yellow canary in Hitman: Blood Money (though he is forced to kill it in the cut-scene before Requiem in order to avoid giving his position away). He very rarely shows the same care towards human beings, though notable exceptions include Mei Ling, Father Vittorio, and Victoria (whom 47 and Diana treat sort of like a daughter). He also expressed his disgust at exploiting innocent people, as mentioned during the briefing in Death Factory, when he lamented at how Travis and Blake Dexter used "children as weapons."

Agent 47 approaches his assassinations with professionalism but will, however, not show any hesitation or remorse when it comes to killing or silencing witnesses and other potential threats to his mission. Agent 47 generally speaks in a monotone, proper, non-threatening tone, rarely swearing, or even raising his voice. 47 also has a blank and somewhat sinister facial expression, often scanning the scene with his eyes; the only other facial expression 47 has been known to show is pain. Agent 47 is an accomplished conversationalist despite the fact he's extremely reserved, able to fool and manipulate people with convincing lies and bluffs. Hitman: Enemy Within shows that he has the capability to act far out of his normal personality to imitate people, such as a cocky womanizing biker.

Both Hitman novels as well as some portions of Hitman: Absolution show a side of 47 he rarely shows. When out of his element or not on assignment, 47 occasionally shows behavior similar to ordinary people. In Hitman: Enemy Within, he is shown cursing when under frustration, as well as rarely sharing jokes with Diana. But more often than not, he prefers to share little words and keeps to himself.

Given his fee, Agent 47 would have to be a multi-millionaire from his contract earnings but never stops going for new contracts. He only spends his money on simple things like food, suits, gear, and shelter, although he is also known to donate some of it to Father Vittorio. 47 maintains multiple safe houses worldwide, each containing the bare necessities that 47 needs to prepare and execute a contract or lie low. 47 never remains at one safe house for very long, always moving to a different location to stay on the move until he is given a new contract. He does have a particular taste for expensive clothing (suits) and fine dining.

Knowing this, it can be determined that 47 does his work as a hitman for more than just money, but for purpose in life. This is further demonstrated when he did not retrieve the ten million dollar ransom suitcase Blake Dexter had when he eliminated him, but instead let Victoria dump the money on Dexter's body and fly off into the breeze. It is stated that he has to work as a hitman, since trying to live a "normal" life will endanger those around him, such as what happened in the second game, showing he does show concern to other human beings.

Power and Abilities

Powers

  • Peak Human Condition: 47 is at the pinnacle of physical ability and in top physical condition. His strength, speed, agility, reflexes, durability and endurance are at the highest level for a man his age, height and weight. He is capable of taking extensive damage in combat, surviving in freezing temperatures, climbing down the side of buildings, running and jumping across buildings at great heights, withstanding intense physical pain and torture, running at incredible speeds for long periods without tiring and even breaking other men’s neck with ease.
    • Enhanced Strength: He is physically strong even when compared to adult males of his size and build in peak condition; being able to climb pipes, move, drag and dispose of bodies, snap necks, knock opponents unconscious, force open locked gates just by slamming people into them (as seen in Hitman: Blood Money), and jump from balcony to balcony with minimum effort. Displays of his peak-physical strength have been seen many times, as he is even able to strangle a physically powerful being, such as Tzun. He was even able to toe-to-toe with Sanchez, a man who is physically superhuman due to Warren Ashford's experiments and even kill him with his bare hands.
    • Enhanced Durability: 47 has survived things that would kill normal humans. He survived a fatal gun wound and was able to walk before passing out. When he was thrown by Sanchez through a wooden door with his superhuman strength, all it did was knock him out for a few minutes. He had even survived being electrocuted by the voltage that would kill a normal person.
    • Enhanced Speed: Agent 47 is apparently able to easily run 10km (6.2 miles) in 36 minutes and 39 seconds. His reflexes are also similarly superior. He was able to react to Mark Parchezzi III trying to shoot him, by immediately dodging the bullet.
    • Enhanced Metabolism: He has an inhuman and effective metabolism, which has a limited, but sufficient healing factor. His healing is efficient enough to help him recover from a gunshot in a few hours despite him needing some medical attention in order to have the bullet removed and the pain suppressed with some painkillers. He was even tough enough to walk for a long time with critical injuries before passing out. Also, such metabolism allows 47 to quickly recover from the symptoms of drug withdrawal, as revealed in Hitman Damnation.
    • Enhanced Senses: Agent 47's instincts are so profound that he can effectively visualize everyone around him (and also people of interest such as targets and guards) through walls and floors.

Abilities

  • Master Assassin: Agent 47 was notorious in the art of assassination, considered to be one of the most dangerous assassins in the world. He is very elusive, being able to assassinate multiple enemies in the same area one at a time and sneak up on almost anybody and quietly neutralize them.
  • Expert Spy: He is well adept in blending in his surroundings as well as sneaking around heavily guarded places. He would usually blend in dense crowd and mimic their activities. He is also extremely skilled in espionage, stealth, infiltration, disguises, thievery, and eavesdropping.
  • Disguise Mastery: 47 also has an expert level understanding of the use of disguises in order to access unauthorized areas of a location, as well as knowing which people will see through his current disguise.
  • Master Martial Artist: As a highly skilled ICA assassin, 47 is a highly accomplished martial artist able to engage armed and unarmed enemies in hand-to-hand combat and come out victorious. He can also disarm trained and armed soldiers and swiftly render them unconscious with minimal effort. His fighting style consists of Kickboxing, Panantukan, Krav Maga, Eskrima, Jiu-Jitsu. 47 is also skilled at using whatever is available and using his environment to his advantage in combat.
  • Master Marksman: 47 is a very accurate marksman, skilled in sharpshooting and knife throwing. He is also highly skilled in the use of pistols, shotguns, submachine guns, assault and sniper rifles and has extensive knowledge of any firearms. 47 can accurately shoot his opponents no matter how far they are and usually lands a headshot and is capable of handling his handguns with one hand.
  • Genius-level Intellect: 47 is an extremely intelligent, highly organized, exceedingly cunning man and highly adaptable to any situation. He has shown himself to be very skilled in espionage, infiltration, counterintelligence, and is skilled at adjusting his plans to account for changes as well as knowing how to plan well in advance and improvising new plans when necessary. Also 47's superior intellect was shown during The Final Test when he was able to quickly solve a chess conundrum that was being brainstormed by a chess master Jasper Knight.
  • Skilled Engineer: In addition to his driving intuition, 47 is also a very skilled mechanic and engineer. He is able to manipulate objects and machinery around him to his advantage with very little effort. Additionally, he is an expert locksmith, being able to pick most locked doors and open them in mere seconds.
  • Skilled Scientist: 47 has shown to be knowledgeable & skilled in chemistry/poison. He has been able to concoct poisons that can either kill them in seconds or simply incapacitate them.
  • Skilled Painter/Artist: He has shown to possess great skill in painting, as shown in HITMAN™ 2.
  • Skilled barber:He has shown to possess great skill in barbering, as shown in HITMAN™ 2.(in Chasing A Ghost )
  • Skilled tattoo artist:47 is shown to be a great tattoo artist,, evident when he skillfully give Rico Delgado a tattoo to impersonate another tattoo artist (in Three-Headed Serpent).
  • Expert Driver: It is evident that Agent 47 is a very skilled driver, judging from how well he managed to maneuver Dr. Ort-Meyer's car past a police blockade (in rainy conditions) at the end of Asylum Aftermath. Agent 47's driving skill is also manifested in his ability to drive specialist motor vehicles - such as a bus and a large truck at the end of Amendment XXV and The Meat King's Party, respectively. Agent 47's vehicular skills are not just limited to cars - He is seen flying helicopters and planes and driving boats numerous times throughout the series.
  • Drummer: 47 is shown to be a great drummer, evident when he skillfully plays the drums to impersonate another drummer (in Club 27 and Three-Headed Serpent).
  • Keyboardist:47 is shown to be a great keyboardist, evident when he skillfully plays the keyboard (in Club 27)
  • Multilingualism: Thanks to his travels around the globe, 47 is familiar with multiple languages. He is shown to speak/comprehends English, Russian and likely many more.
  • Master Tactician: 47 is a highly trained tactician and a master of situational awareness. He is very good at lateral thinking and finding highly creative ways to stay ahead of the people hunting him. He could effectively track down his targets and determine the the best course of action in various missions. He also skilled at coming up with and executing plans for a variety of missions and is very good at understanding his opponents and using their flaws and plans against them.
  • Detective Skills: 47 is able to locate and piece together clues to reach his end goal. He best demonstrates these skills in the Death in the Family mission, where he has the option to investigate the suspicious death of Zachary Carlisle.

Equipment

Agent 47 has shown a preference for certain equipment throughout the series, preferences ingrained into him by his training and then upgrading to more efficient equipment as needed. As the ICA's top assassin, Agent 47 also has access to their highly modular standard issue arsenal.

There have also been various times where Agent 47 has needed to switch out weapons for certain scenarios. Those situational changes are not included.

Firearms

Handguns

Sniper Rifles

Submachine Guns

Assault Rifles

Shotguns

Melee

Other

  • Coin(s) (In Blood Money and HITMAN™)
  • RU-AP mines (In Blood Money and HITMAN™)
  • ICA briefcase (In Absolution, HITMAN™, HITMAN 2 (2018) and HITMAN™ III.)

Quotes

"[Agent 47] I think they called me 47. [Diana] Thats...not a name. [Agent 47] So make it one. [Diana] Alright, Agent 47."
Agent 47 and Diana's final exchange in Call me 47. This is the origin of Agent 47's callsign.
"Thick walls and loads of protection. Even the strongest chain has a weak point, and I'll find this one. But I better consider each step I take in this squeaky, old castle."
Agent 47's monologue at the beginning of Shogun Showdown.
"I always knew I didn't belong in this world. I wasn't made for this. But I'll never forget- those who betrayed me, and those who never failed my trust. I'll be carrying nothing from Gontranno but this lesson: never trust anyone and rely on your instincts. Forget the past. I'll never find peace here. So, I'll seek justice for myself. I'll choose the truth I like."
Agent 47's monologue at the end of Hitman 2: Silent Assassin when he was leaving Vittorio's Church.
"This room. This bullet. There's a bullet for everyone. And a time, and a place. An end. Yes, maybe this is how it has to be. Inspector, you've obviously learned too much about me. I can't have that. Not even in my death"
Agent 47's monologue during the opening cinematic for Hunter and Hunted.
"Hmm, I don't rely on luck."
Agent 47's response to Diana saying "Good luck, gentlemen," during the briefing of The Last Resort.
"Names are for friends, so I don't need one."
Agent 47 talking to a guard in Death of a Showman.

Alternate Origins (2007 Adaptation)

Main article(s): Hitman (movie)

In the film Hitman, Agent 47 is not a clone but rather an abducted baby orphan trained to be a lethal assassin. He accepts a contract to kill the Russian president Mikhail Belicoff. He is set up by one of Belicoff's body doubles, who stages Belicoff having survived the incident and tries to kill 47. While on the run with Nika Boronina (the real Belicoff's mistress, a witness whom 47 becomes semi-romantic with), he eventually kills the double and escapes arrest with the help of Agent Smith. He then heads to Russia where he protects Nika and sends her to a wine-yard (she had expressed a liking for it to 47 during her travels with him) where he would later presumably join her. The film is made and set in 2007.

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Trivia

  • Agent 47 and Diana Burnwood are the only characters that have appeared in every Hitman video game.
  • According to unused dialogue from Codename 47, Agent 47 is around 5 ft., 10in tall.[7]
  • Agent 47 is known for his professional and honorable attitude. However, this trait is not demonstrated when killing Lenny Dexter, as 47 cruelly torments Lenny leading up to and during his death.
    • Agent 47 even has the option to submit Lenny to a lonely, drawn-out death by leaving him in the desert with no food or water.
  • In the film Hitman, Agent 47's suits are made by Kiton. In Enemy Within, he wears an Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore watch, worth over $10,000.
  • According to his ICA File, Agent 47 has six nationalities: American, British, German, Swiss, and two others that are censored.
  • Agent 47 loses his temper notably one time in the whole series during the final mission of Blood Money, in which he is stabbed with a poisonous syringe.
  • Agent 47 is a character in another Eidos game, Lara Croft's Poker Party.
  • Even though members from Io-Interactive have said that Agent 47 is timeless ("never aging"), doing simple subtraction from his birth-date (September 5 1964) to present day in HITMAN™ III (storyline ends in Spring 2021) shows he is actually 56 years old (and 57 in the epilogue, which takes place a year later), and still aging. It is likely his genetic modifications include anti-aging measures in the sense that he does not physically age, but chronologically ages as time passes by.
    • This is further evidenced by his GAMA Hospital Patient Journal found in Situs Inversus in which the doctors are astonished by his health, stating that he's physically like a man in his early 20's.
  • If the player looks at Agent 47's texture for Contracts, they are able to see the words "Room for a beat-up face...," with two suns and a star in the area, possibly suggesting that Agent 47 was to be captured and/or beat up at some point in the game.
  • 47 is a very talented drummer and keyboard player. Twice in the series, 47 has the opportunity to pose as a band drummer to get closer to his target (Jordan Cross in Club 27, and Rico Delgado in Three-Headed Serpent). Easter Eggs demonstrating 47's keyboard skills can be found during the police chase in Absolution, as well as the HITMAN™ mission Club 27.
  • If the player acquires Ort-Meyer's Keycard and goes into a secret room in the asylum, they can see five other clones of Agent 47 that were originally going to belong to each of the Five Fathers for organ donation (as was the original deal between the fathers in Codename 47), all with the names of the Five Fathers printed on the canisters.
  • According to Silent Assassin, Agent 47's religious beliefs appeared to be prominently Catholic, but kept out of religious life when he was forced back into completing assassinations. It is likely that he keeps as many Catholic practices as possible without endangering himself. His contact with Father Emilio Vittorio in Hitman: Enemy Within and Sister Mary in Hitman: Absolution hint that 47 would want to return to religious life, if not for the constraints of his criminal underworld ties.
  • With his marksman skills and personality, 47 shares many similarities with the professional hitman "Golgo 13" the protagonist of the Japanese manga of the same name.
  • Only two of Agent 47’s hits have survived (Diana Burnwood and Mark Faba).
  • Typing in the password "420" into a safe or door in HITMAN III reveals the hidden dialogue, "Good Party?". This exact line is used by 47 in the HITMAN II Elusive Target Mission, The Censor. He must speak to The Censor at the garden party to reveal the line.
  • Also typing in “69” into a safe or door in HITMAN III reveals a hidden dialogue, “ Ho, Ho, Ho”. Which refers to the seasonal content “Holiday Hoarders” in Paris. This exact line is used when 47 kills a target

References

  1. Ort-Meyer's Notes
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Events of Hitman: Codename 47
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Events of Hitman: Enemy Within
  4. Events of Hitman: Contracts.
  5. Hitman Absolution - Agent 47 ICA File - Photo 1, photo 2 from trailer.
  6. William C. Dietz - Hitman: Enemy Within, 2007, Page 12.
  7. SWAT unused idle dialogue: "Suspect is a bald male Caucasian, five foot 10', late twenties, dressed in a black suit."
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