On 21 November 2000, she was included in a carbon-copy of an email from Warren Vidic to Alan Rikkin, alongside David Kilkerman. The email detailed the success of Subject 4, Daniel Cross, in killing the worldwide Mentor. Nilop and the other Templars were notified that Cross had returned to the Abstergo Philadelphia Facility and entered an Animus after injuring a secretary.
On 4 September 2012, she refused her colleague Lucy Stillman's request to access information concerning Leila's suspicious "suicide." Being unable to help, she CC'd Rikkin to reply to her. On 28 September, Nilop and her colleague Erica Nichols were emailed by Rikkin concerning an article written by The Guardian about an unusual iron statue of the Buddhist deity Vaisravana which had surfaced in 2007 after being looted before World War II by the Schutzstaffel. Rikkin commended himself that no one would suspect a thing and instructed Nilop and Nichols to get it back.
Personality and characteristics
Nancy Nilop displayed a cold and blunt side to her in email responses to Lucy Stillman, repeatedly denying the intel requested. She later directed Stillman to Alan Rikkin so she wouldn't have to deal with her questioning.
- Assassin's Creed (mentioned in emails only)
- Assassin's Creed: The Fall (mentioned only)
- Assassin's Creed: Initiates (mentioned only)