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He was a Templar puppet and the personal bodyguard of Marco Barbarigo. He was assassinated by Ezio Auditore. Moro is a minor antagonist in Sequence 8 and 9 and the secondary antagonist of Sequence Dante Moro was the captain of the city guard and an heir to one of the most prestigious families in Venice. But his close friend and employer, Marco Barbarigo, fell in love with Dante's wife, and to get her, he orchestrated an attempt at Dante's life.
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I just noticed this today, and if it's pretty slow of me, you can delete this whole topic. You can kill Dante Moro during the mission where you have to steal the Golden Mask from him. Use the Courtesans nearby to Distract him, then steal the mask out of his pocket. The mission continues saying "Crash the Party". If you want, use a Smoke Bomb to kill all of them except for Dante whom you can't kill with the Hidden Blade yet. The area around the place where you steal the mask from him is close to water that has no railing around it, meaning you could easily throw him into the water Persistent fellow.
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