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Henry Tomasino is the tritagonist of Mafia II, and he also serves as a secret antagonist hero during the second half of the storyline after becoming an informant for the Federal Bureau of Narcotics. Henry Tomasino is a soldato for the Clemente Crime Family, and is a close friend of Luca Gurino.

He was voiced by Sonny Marinelli.

Biography

In 1945, Henry first meets Vito after being introduced to him by Joe. Henry tasks Vito with robbing gas stamps from the Office of Price Administration. He later assigns Vito and Joe with robbing a jewellery store belonging to someone who owes Luca money. The pair pull it off, and this puts them in good favour with Luca. Henry, Vito, and Joe are then ordered by Luca to kill Sidney Pen a former associate of the family. Henry and the pair manage to pull off the hit though Henry ends up getting shot in the leg by Pen. Vito manages to get Henry to El Grecco a doctor who treats him for his injuries. Unfortunately, Vito's earlier robbery of the gas stamps lands him in the big house where he remains until 1951.

Henry does however briefly call up Joe to warn him that Luca has placed the latter on his hitlist, and he advises Joe to skip town which he does.

In late 1951, following the downfall of the Clemente Family, Henry reunites with Vito, and asks to join up with the Falcone Family. Vito vouches for Henry, and he is sent by Eddie Scarpa to kill Leo Galente. Vito however prevents this from happening, and Henry out of respect for Vito allows Leo to leave town.

Later, Henry gets Vito and Joe involved in the drug trade in order to help Vito get out of debt. They get 35 thousand dollars from Bruno Levine a Mafia backed Jewish loan shark. They then use the money to purchase heroin from the Empire Bay Triads. Following the deal, they are attacked by several gangsters masquerading as police officers. They manage to survive the ordeal, and sell the drugs on the streets of Empire Bay before spending a night on the town.

Unbeknownst to Vito and Joe however, Henry had secretly become an informant for the Federal Bureau of Narcotics, and had been sent into the Falcone Family to gain information on Carlo Falcone. He had gone to the Feds shortly after Clemente's death, and made a deal with them. He would bring down Carlo and his associates to get revenge for the deaths of his friends and associates.

Two days after the drug deal, Henry phones Vito up, and asks for him and Joe to meet up with him in Lincoln Park as Carlo had found out about their deal, and had taken 60 grand from them. Upon arriving at the park, Vito and Joe are horrified to discover Henry on the floor being hacked into pieces by six meat cleaver wielding Chinese gangsters. Though Vito and Joe manage to kill the attackers: Henry still dies from his injuries.

Outraged by Henry's gruesome murder, Vito and Joe shoot up the Red Dragon Restaurant in Chinatown to get revenge. They confront Mr Wong the person who had sold them the drugs, and also the person who ordered Tomasino's murder over why he had had Henry killed in the first place. Wong informs that his contact in the Bureau had told him of Tomasino leaking information to them about the deal so he had him executed. Vito and Joe refuse to believe it, and Joe in a fit of rage murders Wong effectively avenging Henry's death in the process.

The shootout in Chinatown leads to the Empire Bay Triads going to war with the Vinci and Falcone Families. This causes utter turmoil on the streets of Empire Bay with the Triads and their boss Mr Chu desperate to uncover the culprits behind the shootout.

Two days later, Vito is picked up by Leo Galente and Mr Chu who know that he and Joe were responsible for the shootout in Chinatown, and that they had done so to avenge Henry's murder. Leo confirms Wong's previous allegation about Henry working for the Feds, and says that Henry's information has caused the Feds to step up their game, and clamp down hard on organised crime.

Vito is sent to kill Falcone in order for his life to be spared. Upon confronting Falcone, his main reason for wanting Vito killed was for bringing a rat into the family.

Trivia

  • Though technically not an antagonist Henry serves as the catalyst for all the bad things to happen in the game. He was the one who had Vito rob the gas stamps which resulted in him being sent to prison, he has Vito and Joe rob the jewellery store which causes their conflict with the Irish Mob who later burn Vito's house down, he later gets them involved in the drug trade, and later turns out to be an informant for the Federal Bureau of Narcotics. It is because of Henry that Vito and Joe shoot up the Red Dragon to get revenge, and it is because of this act of vengeance that causes the entire end of the game to happen, and Vito to be sent to New Bordeaux, and Joe to become Leo's personal driver.
  • It is left ambiguous whether or not Henry always worked for the feds as far back as 1945, or began working for them following Clemente's death in 1951. Foreshadowing occurs in the 1945 segment of the game such as Vito questioning why Henry's English is good despite having supposedly grown up in Sicily a majority of his life, Henry wanting to confess something to Joe and Vito after being shot in the leg when thinking he was going to die, and also his hesitation at killing Sidney Pen.

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Mafia
Tommy Angelo | Ennio Salieri | Sam | Paulie | Don Morello | Sergio Morello Jr. | Louie | Vito Scaletta | Joe Barbaro

Mafia II
Vito Scaletta | Joe Barbaro | Leo Galante | Henry Tomasino | Carlo Falcone | Brian O'Neill | Derek Pappalardo | Frank Vinci | Alberto Clemente | Eddie Scarpa | Luca Gurino | Steve Coyne | Sidney Pen | Mickey Desmond | Zhe Yun Wong

Mafia II: Joe’s Adventures
Joe Barbaro | Rocco

Mafia II: The Betrayal of Jimmy and Mafia II: Jimmy's Vendetta
Jimmy | Elroy Tussle | Eddie Fu | Sal Gravina | Tam Brodie | Judge Hillwood

Mafia III
Lincoln Clay | John Donovan | Cassandra | Thomas Burke | Vito Scaletta | Joe Barbaro | Leo Galante | Marcano Crime Family | Sal Marcano | Giorgi Marcano | Uncle Lou | Tommy Marcano | Olivia Marcano | Roman Barbieri | Tony Derazio | Michael Grecco | Frank Pagani | Nino Santangelo | Enzo Conti | Ritchie Doucet | Remy Duvall | Cornelius Holden | Walter Jacobs | Baka

Mafia III: Faster, Baby!
Lincoln Clay | Walter Beaumont

Mafia III: Stones Unturned
Lincoln Clay | John Donovan | Connor Aldridge

Mafia III: Sign of the Times
Lincoln Clay | Bonnie Harless

Mafia: Definitive Edition
Tommy Angelo | Ennio Salieri | Sam Trapani | Paulie Lombardo | Don Morello | Sergio Morello Jr. | Lou | Dino | Vito Scaletta | Joe Barbaro

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