The King of Tarts
Marrakesh (by day)
Markus Landen has got it all: a cosy job, lots of money, a fast car, three personal assistants pining for him and a beautiful wife at home. Said wife is rather unhappy with his workplace conduct and asked the ICA to dispose of him and his harem of tarts. She would like to keep the car, so take it with you on your way out.
The title fits the theme as the word “hearts” was broken and changed into a pun, where the “tarts” are the derogatory term the jealous wife chose for the secretaries.
The contract fits the theme because it deals with a broken-hearted, yet calculating wife and a man whose hearts is big enough to hold four women (and maybe a bullet).
The contract is a challenge in that it asks you to kill four people in close proximity to each other, without much room to hide. It offers opportunity because most of the targets have interesting routes, some sipping a drink, others being able to be distracted.
It makes use of a unique exit (which is required) and gives a backstory and meaning to the room with the car keys and the people using that room. The no disguise change is the biggest part of the challenge as it might make it more difficult to reach the exit, or the targets, depending on which starting gear you selected.
Flexibility on which suit to start in and which method to kill the targets with. This contract can be done slowly and without any risk and a clean SA rating, but the speedrunners might enjoy making use of the embassies shortcuts and corners.