Oh boy. A case of Mistaken Identity, Incompetence, and just plain Rushing were the reasons for my failure.
I started in the clock tower, grabbed the Bohemian disguise, a kitchen knife and a stashed rubber duck on my way out. First, I went to find my targets. I located the main 3, saw that Orlando was near the lawyer’s office entrance (he was at a map behind a girl) so I picked the doors open, saw Orlando walk down the adjacent stairs to the bathrooms, and quickly lured him in. He walked in the room, stopped in front of the coin I threw, and I killed him. The problem is, that wasn’t Orlando. That was a random NPC bearing the same model that the real “Orlando” wore. I quickly realised the real Orlando was following his wife down the stairs parallel to the Ice-Cream shop. So, I followed him around until he went to the butcher’s shop, where I lured him into ICA Safehouse building, and killed him. Target Killed. That was the real Orlando.
Next, was my second target: Federica. that’s where everything went wrong. I saw her walking past a locked store, and I knew already that that store had a hiding box in it. I went to pick the lock on the one door, quickly checked to see if the man beside me was looking, and went for it. It turns out, a woman was walking by right behind me where I had failed to check, and was now suspicious. I tried to run around different corners to evade her, but she kept finding me. She unfortunately entered the “Crime Noticed” mode or whatever it is, and proceeded to alert a guard 5 steps away from me of my presence. I knew I was done for, so I quickly seized an opportunity to kill Federica behind a van. Either the chef from the window up above saw me, or someone behind me I’m not sure, but I had to act fast. I ran through the basement of the café, knowing that guards would soon be on my tail. I ran for Jack Please, killing him as well (because I really had nothing left to lose other than my life). And ran to get my suit back. Left the disguise and knife near the Bohemian. So, I grabbed a nearby fire extinguisher (I try not to use this method as an accident, but it was necessary at this point) and ran for the fourth target. Dropped it near him, made sure no one else was approaching him as he walked by, dropped the duck a bit further and detonated. I escaped on the boat.
That was harder than it should have been, and was a good lesson in patience and thoroughness. I need to be extremely careful with these contracts… one mistake and I’m done for.
Sorry for this huge description. I like to make sure I don’t miss anything of my run, given that I don’t post videos.