Hello everyone, this is the successor to Forty Seven to Zero, a Hitman forum game where we determine what is the best thing in Hitman. Last time, we determined what our favourite Hitman video game was, and this time, in a championship format, we will determine the greatest Hitman target, over five heats and one big final round.
The final heat until the final, this will determine our last five finalists. Who will have a chance to be crowned the greatest Hitman target of all time?
- Players get 2 points to add to the board, and 4 points to subtract
- Points may be split up how you wish, for example you may subtract 4 points from a single target, 2 points from two different targets, or 1 point from four different targets, or some combination of that
- No decimalised points allow, so basically no half or quarter points permitted
- People may play the game once per day
- No duplicate accounts are allowed to play
- When a target reaches 0 points, it is immediately removed from the game
- The game will end when fifteen targets reach 0 points, the five targets remaining will graduate to the final, and the next heat will commence
- How were the targets chosen? The targets were chosen by trawling through the Hitman wiki’s mission pages, and selecting 100 targets that were the most interesting.
- Why are some targets grouped together? They wern’t interesting enough to be listed seperately, and to keep the list down to 100 names, some are lumped together, especially gangs like The Saints or The Gator Gang who have very little difference between each other.
- How were the heat groups decided upon? The 100 targets were assigned numbers 1 through a 100, then were determined to be in heats by a random number generator. The first 20 targets were placed into Heat A, the second 20 were placed into Heat B, etc.
- Should I take this seriously as a metric for determining the best target in Hitman? Not really, this is just meant to be a forum game, please don’t get too mad if your favourite gets eliminated early.
Hitman Wiki Links:
Having trouble remembering who some of these targets are? Here is a list of which game(s) they are in, what specific mission, their name and a link to the relevant Hitman mission on the Hitman Wiki. Targets are listed in chronological order.
Hitman Blood Money - Richard Delahunt - Curtains Down
Hitman Blood Money - Lorne de Havilland - You Better Watch Out…
Hitman Blood Money - Chad Bingham Jr - You Better Watch Out…
Hitman Blood Money - The Gator Gang (Everett Jefferson, Adam Hendrikson, Elijah Krup, Junior O’Daniel, William S.Corfitz, Joe Netberg) - Death on the Mississippi
Hitman Season One - Kalvin Ritter - Freeform Training
Hitman Season One - Jasper Knight - The Final Test
Hitman Season One - Marv “Slick” Gonif - Holiday Hoarders
Hitman Season One - Reza Zaydan - A Gilded Cage
Hitman Season One - Jordan Cross - Club 27
Hitman Season One - Ken Morgan - Club 27
Hitman Season One - Yuki Yamizaki - Situs Inversus
Blue Lotus Emissary 
Otto Wolfgang Ort-Meyer 
Hannelore Von Kamprad 
Deewana Ji 
Andrei Puscus 
Lord Winston Beldingford 
Albert Fournier 
Richard Delahunt 
Lorne de Havilland 
Chad Bingham Jr 
The Gator Gang 
Death Factory Doctors 
Kalvin Ritter 
Jasper Knight 
Marv “Slick” Gonif 
Reza Zaydan 
Jordan Cross 
Ken Morgan 
Yuki Yamizaki