They call me many things: Murderer. Cutthroat. Thief. But you may call me Dulcamara.
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Dulcamara was a Renaissance-era Venetian expatriate and jester in Constantinople, who performed tasks for the Templars after his antics caused the ruin of a Sultan's beloved vizier. Unlike his French counterpart, Cahin, he used a single khanjar dagger to kill his unfortunate victims.