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|“||The true identity of the assignment, a serial killer labelled The Censor, is unknown. The nickname The Censor, stems from the only evidence left at each crime scene: a grade on how much the victims have struggled for their lives. From Official Criminal Profile reports, it is believed that he is male, Caucasian and in his early to mid 50's. He is meticulous and methodical, with an obviously high IQ. The reports further assesses he was raised in a dominant household, most likely by a judgement and authoritarian single parent, which presumably left a deep impact on how the suspect picks and "grades" his victims. He has eluded the authorities for many years, but he is beginning to show signs of carelessness and a pattern has started to emerge, which has led authorities to believe that his next mark is somewhere in Whittleton Creek.||„|
|~ Diana Burnwood's in-game briefing about the Censor.|
The Censor, also known as the Serial Killer and Joseph Gorski, was the 5th Elusive Target in HITMAN 2 and the main antagonist of The Serial Killer elusive target mission.
The Censor is a serial killer who grades his victims in how much they struggle while being killed. He appeared in Whittleton Creek, from October 25th - November 4th 2019.
The Censor is an alias for psychopathic serial killer obsessed with grading their victims with how much they struggle during their murder. This 1 was first mentioned in news report from "Another Life" mission.
During the report, it was mentioned that the highest grade the Censor ever gave to his victims was B- and the killing would likely stop once he had given an A+ though knowing The Censor this was deceit. The Censor later arrived in Whittleton Creek, hoping to find new targets for himself that had qualified his standards.
Whilst looking like a normal and generic man with some weirdly friendly demeanor, the Censor is an obsessive and sadistic psychopath who never cares about a life, being fascinated in the potential of someone struggling in their last moment as well as someone's killer instinct.
The Censor also shows an incredible elation when he discovered that there are potentially and latently dangerous people amongst every citizen of Whittleton Creek, and feels pleasure whilst torturing and killing his victims only to "grade" them.
He also appears to be a narcissist, as he subtlety boasts about his murders to other partygoers as a smug way of displaying his superiority and cunning over other people. He also becomes upset when he isn't given the nickname he wants (he'd rather be called the evaluator.)
- The Censor was shown in one occasion that he himself to a town citizen, calling himself as Joseph Gorski. Whether it was his real name or an alias (like Agent 47's "Tobias Rieper" alias) remains unknown.
- Unlike most elusive targets, Diana would not introduce the Censor upon coming into close proximity with him. As his identity was a mystery, the player would have to search the map and listen to clues to discover which NPC was the target of the contract.
- The Censor actually doesn't like this alias given by media press, and he prefers the Evaluator given by a woman watching the news report about him, because that fits much better to his purpose.
- By the time 47 eliminated him, the Censor already had more than fifteen body counts.
- The Censor is mentioned in several levels before his elusive target appearance, usually in the form of news bulletins.
- The Censor can be considered the most evil out of all the Elusive Targets released. While the other elusive targets are corrupt, they are usually motivated by greed while the Censor simply murders innocent people for no other reason than his sick enjoyment.