Name: Marco Toreli Velintino
Appearance: Marco was born of both Italian and Spanish parents and as such had traits associated with both nationalities. He has the dark hair of a Spaniard but the more elegant facial features associated with Italians, which is on the longer side of short, giving it the ability to cover his nose when not swept back. His eyes are one of his most intriguing features, with one a dark brown and the other a light shade of green which can often give him an unsettling appearance.
He wears the robes of an assassin with the hood raised at most times.
Personality: As most experienced assassins Marco has developed an almost stoic nature and appreciates the sound of silence. He could be considered more callous than most assassins when it comes to interaction with others, however this is simply down to his disdain for those who do not follow the creed. He considers the majority of the population as weak and in need of gentle guidance from the order so they do not descend into corruption.
He is an intelligent and refined man who enjoys more intellectual pursuits.
Bio: Born as the son of an Italian assassin Marco was raised as such. He learnt the intricacies of life as soon as he was old enough and was inducted into the order on his 16th birthday. He learnt of the history of both the Assassins and the Templars with a Focus upon the life of Ezio who his father had the pleasure of meeting once. It was through Ezio's order that Marco's father helped set up the guild in Napoli. Unfortunately though Marco's parents were both killed by Templar agents who managed to stow explosives on board the ship they were using to return after visiting his mothers family in Spain. If it were not for the fact Marco had declined to accompany them due to his dedication to the order and his desire to remain in Naples he too would have perished.
Once he had eradicated the Templars who had committed this act he returned and with the help of his uncle he was soon running the brotherhoods efforts. Since then he has been responsible for the death of many Templar agents and the current relative stability in the south of Italy.