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* In the history of the Hitman series, 47 never had a target named James, Peter or Nancy, the names of Diana's brother, father and mother respectively.

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* In the history of the Hitman series, 47 never had a target named James, Peter or Nancy, the names of Diana's brother, father and mother respectively. Neither did he have a target named Oliver or Lloyd, James and Peter's middle names respectively.



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* In the history of the Hitman series, 47 never had a target named James, Peter or Nancy, the names of Diana's brother, father and mother respectively.



** At the end of the cutscene, Lucas Grey lies to 47 about everything going to plan when the Constant escaped. Either he has SkewedPriorities and places killing the Partners over the Constant or he's working with the Constant. Why? Money? Power? Revenge? [[NothingIsScarier We don't know.]]
** It's worth noting that Hall and Diana can still contact 47. Either Grey will permanently cut off communications with them or he's planning to kill them or 47 before they can contact each other.

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** At the end of the cutscene, Lucas Grey lies to 47 about everything going to plan when the Constant escaped. Either he has SkewedPriorities and places killing the Partners over the Constant or he's working with the Constant. Why? Money? Power? Revenge? [[NothingIsScarier We don't know.]]
** It's worth noting that Hall and Diana can still contact 47. Either Grey will permanently cut off communications with them or he's planning to kill them or 47 before they can contact each other.
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* In "Nightcall", Jordan Cross's signature song, Are We Stars, plays on the TV" after the Dynasty news report. The song is about a man mourning the death of his girlfriend, befitting Orson, who would have to mourn his girlfriend after the mission. The song also befits Reynard's sister Celia and daughter Mercedes, who would have to mourn Alma after her assassination.


** The Constant has embezzled all of the Partners's shares into his bank account and escaped. While he is unlikely to immediately regain his position at Providence due to having betrayed them, he is now an extremely wealthy man backed by mysterious, powerful allies who freed him and knowledge of Diana and 47's betrayal, which he could expose to Providence and the ICA.

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** The Constant has embezzled all of the Partners's shares into his bank account and escaped. While he is unlikely to immediately regain his position at Providence due to having betrayed them, he is now an extremely wealthy man backed by mysterious, powerful allies who freed him and knowledge of Diana and 47's betrayal, which he could expose to Providence and the ICA.



** It's worth noting that Hall and Diana can still contact 47. Either Grey will cut off communications with them or he's planning to cut them or 47 off in the near future before they can contact each other.

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** It's worth noting that Hall and Diana can still contact 47. Either Grey will permanently cut off communications with them or he's planning to cut kill them or 47 off in the near future before they can contact each other.


* The original trailer for ''[[VideoGame/Hitman2016 Hitman]]'' had the Shadow Client talk about how 47's executions had resulted in the rise of new people due to the EvilPowerVacuum he created, which we now know is [[TheIlluminati Providence.]] How is eliminating Providence going to do anything but repeat the process? Perhaps with something worse?

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* The original trailer for ''[[VideoGame/Hitman2016 Hitman]]'' had the Shadow Client talk about how 47's executions had resulted in the rise of new people due to the EvilPowerVacuum he created, which we now know is [[TheIlluminati Providence.]] How is eliminating Providence going to do anything but repeat the process? Perhaps with something worse?worse?
* The end of the Haven Island cutscene:
** The Constant has embezzled all of the Partners's shares into his bank account and escaped. While he is unlikely to immediately regain his position at Providence due to having betrayed them, he is now an extremely wealthy man backed by mysterious, powerful allies who freed him and knowledge of Diana and 47's betrayal, which he could expose to Providence and the ICA.
** At the end of the cutscene, Lucas Grey lies to 47 about everything going to plan when the Constant escaped. Either he has SkewedPriorities and places killing the Partners over the Constant or he's working with the Constant. Why? Money? Power? Revenge? [[NothingIsScarier We don't know.]]
** It's worth noting that Hall and Diana can still contact 47. Either Grey will cut off communications with them or he's planning to cut them or 47 off in the near future before they can contact each other.


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* Reynard named her daughter Mercedes, which means and can be shortened to "Mercy". It might be ironic a merciless terrorist like Alma Reynard named her daughter after the virtue mercy, [[EvilParentsWantGoodKids but maybe that's the point]].


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* The Shadow Client's obsessive hatred of Providence makes a lot more sense [[spoiler: once you realize that they were TheManBehindTheMan for the super-agent program which produced both 47 as well as Lucas Grey himself.]]

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* The Shadow Client's obsessive hatred of Providence makes a lot more sense [[spoiler: once you realize that they were TheManBehindTheMan for the super-agent program which produced both 47 as well as Lucas Grey himself.]]



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* The very specific story which Janus tells to Agent 47 about Doctor Ort-Meyer seems like a bit of randomness until you realize he explictly says that he recognizes 47's look as well as eyes. In short, Janus is DefiantToTheEnd and just wants to insult 47 until he's executed.


* The original trailer for ''[[Hitman VideoGame/Hitman2016]]'' had the Shadow Client talk about how 47's executions had resulted in the rise of new people due to the EvilPowerVacuum he created, which we now know is [[TheIlluminati Providence.]] How is eliminating Providence going to do anything but repeat the process? Perhaps with something worse?

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* The original trailer for ''[[Hitman VideoGame/Hitman2016]]'' ''[[VideoGame/Hitman2016 Hitman]]'' had the Shadow Client talk about how 47's executions had resulted in the rise of new people due to the EvilPowerVacuum he created, which we now know is [[TheIlluminati Providence.]] How is eliminating Providence going to do anything but repeat the process? Perhaps with something worse?


* The original trailer for VideoGame/{{Hitman}} had the Shadow Client talk about how 47's executions had resulted in the rise of new people due to the EvilPowerVacuum he created, which we now know is [[TheIlluminati Providence.]] How is eliminating Providence going to do anything but repeat the process? Perhaps with something worse?

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* The original trailer for VideoGame/{{Hitman}} ''[[Hitman VideoGame/Hitman2016]]'' had the Shadow Client talk about how 47's executions had resulted in the rise of new people due to the EvilPowerVacuum he created, which we now know is [[TheIlluminati Providence.]] How is eliminating Providence going to do anything but repeat the process? Perhaps with something worse?


* The original trailer for VideoGame/{{Hitman}} had the Shadow Client talk about how 47's executions had resulted in the rise of new people due to the PowerVacuum he created, which we now know is [[TheIlluminati Providence.]] How is eliminating Providence going to do anything but repeat the process? Perhaps with something worse?

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* The original trailer for VideoGame/{{Hitman}} had the Shadow Client talk about how 47's executions had resulted in the rise of new people due to the PowerVacuum EvilPowerVacuum he created, which we now know is [[TheIlluminati Providence.]] How is eliminating Providence going to do anything but repeat the process? Perhaps with something worse?


* The meaty bone item you can find in Santa Fortuna may seem harmless until you start to wonder what it belonged to, and then you realize that Rico owns a man-eating hippo. Worse yet, you can find one in ''the mansion kitchen''.

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* The meaty bone item you can find in Santa Fortuna may seem harmless until you start to wonder what it belonged to, and then you realize that Rico owns a man-eating hippo. Worse yet, you can find one in ''the mansion kitchen''.kitchen.''
* The original trailer for VideoGame/{{Hitman}} had the Shadow Client talk about how 47's executions had resulted in the rise of new people due to the PowerVacuum he created, which we now know is [[TheIlluminati Providence.]] How is eliminating Providence going to do anything but repeat the process? Perhaps with something worse?



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* The Shadow Client seems distinctly ruthless despite his claims of being ALighterShadeOfBlack, using his own men as pawns as well as CannonFodder. This makes sense when you note that he is leading an ArmyOfThievesAndWhores who very often don't care about collateral damage. They're tools, nothing more, with only 47 being a WorthyOpponent by comparison.
* The Shadow Client's obsessive hatred of Providence makes a lot more sense [[spoiler: once you realize that they were TheManBehindTheMan for the super-agent program which produced both 47 as well as Lucas Grey himself.]]
* Providence's hand also, potentially, explains a lot of the SuperScience in the series as well as the prevalence of NebulousEvilOrganization groups like the Franchise or IAGO.


** But it's not her mansion; you can find the couple who owned the house dead in the garage...

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