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Andrea Martinez is a minor antagonist in HITMAN 2, appearing as one of the two secondary targets (alongside Jorge Franco) of its third mission "Three-Headed Serpent". She also originally appeared as a non-target side character in the first mission of HITMAN, "The Showstopper", before being formally introduced as a target in the latter's sequel.
Daughter of a Chilean drug cartel boss, young Andrea grew up playing the coca fields of her family's vast estate. At the age of 14, her parents planned to send her overboard to study, away from their criminal lives. Unluckily, the government tracked down and killed them and their sons, leaving young Andrea orphaned. Andrea fled into the arms of her uncle, Fernando Delgado, who raised her and honoring her family's wishes, sent her for an education in America.
Martinez got a job as a marketing executive and worked in the advertising industry until Fernando and his son Manuel were assassinated. She then joined Fernando's nephew, Rico Delgado, and Delgado chemist Jorge Franco in rebuilding the Cartel.
As the Delgados's businesswoman, Martinez is in charge of bribing politicians, extorting rival cartels and keeping the Delgado Cartel's activities under wraps.
The most well-adjusted of the Delgado Cartel's leadership, Martinez is the affable face of the cartel, portraying them as a philanthropic business. Nevertheless, she is an amoral woman only seeking the advancement of the cartel.
Unlike Rico who is a ruthless murderer and Jorge who is a drug producer, Andrea does have several humanizing moments. She regrets that the relationship she had with Rico's brother ended on such a sour note and wishes that he was doing better. She also accepts requests from her workers, such as when a construction worker asks for extra pay to compensate the difficulty of his work.
If held at gunpoint, she reveals that she is conflicted about her role in the cartel, although this is ambiguous to whether she is trying to save face or not. She also seems to be the only one out of the three targets who genuinely cares about the wellbeing of the citizens, as she is trying to do as much as she can to help them, despite still assisting Rico's whims.