Vittore
Vittore di Farro
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House:
Farro
Religion:
Paragon
Politics:
Sacario
Culture:
Matoran - Maritime
Spouse:
Marsilia
Valor:
Valor
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The second son of Comte Gianni di Farro, it was not originally intended for Vittore to inherit his father's responsibilities and titles. But with his family's long inclination toward participation in foreign adventure and the dangerous vindicti of the city, what was never intended did eventually come to pass. Now, he has taken run of the family from his elderly father, aided by his younger brother Corso and his newly-made bride Marsilia, formerly of the Sabastino.

Trained to manage the estates while his elder brother warred, Vittore is, by consequence, known to be a more thoughtful and business-minded man, with at least some measure of distaste for some of the more excessive feuding that sometimes tears apart the city. Whether that means he will not engage in it all the same, or engage his younger brother in such matters, remains to be seen. In any case, he is known for large mercantile ambitions, of taking the wealth grown in his family's vineyards and olive orchards and parlaying it into greater fortunes abroad.

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