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Girolamo da Lucca (fl. 15th–16th century) was a member of the Italian Brotherhood of Assassins who assisted the Spanish Brotherhood's fight against the Inquisition during the Reconquista.

Biography

Girolamo da Lucca was a Master Assassin from Florence, and an expert in melee and stealth during the Renaissance. His background remained a mystery to all, but it was believed he had strong ties to the Medici family and a personal vendetta against the Borgias of Spain.[1]

He began his career working as an assassin for hire and developed a reputation for his obfuscation and infiltration skills. He would perform mass assassinations, killing twenty men without detection or sign of entry. His deadly talents and his ability to disappear without a trace earned him the title "The Ghost of Florence".[1]

The Mentor of the Italian Assassins, Ezio Auditore, soon became aware of his growing reputation and approached him to join the Brotherhood. Girolamo felt an affinity for the Creed and accepted.[1]

When Ezio gave notice of his departure for Spain, Girolamo insisted on traveling with him, possibly to pursue his own agenda.

Personality and characteristics

Equipment and skills

Girolamo wore a set of the rare Helmschmied Drachen Armor.

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