Assassination can be described as the planned
killing of a person usually with minimal negative
consequence. The person is selected by an entity
- be it a guild, nation, or individual - to
provide possible advantages for that entity.
No assassination instructions should be given in
a note, or any other potentially dangerous area
where the information may be discovered by anyone.
Consequently, the decision to attempt an assassination
may often be reached where the act will take place.
Decision and instructions should be confined to an
absolute minimum of persons. No report should be made
unless it can be done secretly, the news will soon
reach the one who desired the assassination to take
place. Because the victim of an assassination and
their associates are likely to be angry, it is
imperative to keep all information about all parties
involved secretive. If this cannot be achieved,
there will be consequences that might effect the parties
involved politically, and more specifically, diplomatically.
There is more than one type of assassination.
The technique employed will vary according to whether
the subject is unaware of his danger, aware but unguarded,
An assassin of any kind must be determined, courageous,
intelligent, resourceful, and a technician with his
weapons and abilities. In addition to this, the assassin
must know the art of spying, so as to bring back valuable
information to his employer, and good techniques for
killing, diplomacy, and perhaps thievery. It is important
for an assassin to know how to talk to people, so as to
avoid compromising situations.
The area in which an assassin plans to be working in
should be well as well known as possible as well as
the technique they intend to use. It is important to
know what they intend to do, how long it will take,
and what possible encounters may arise.
Everyone has their own technique style, but this
should not have any major conflict with any of the
instructions given. If these rules are followed, a
skillful assassin can be made.