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You were always the best. Nobody ever came close. You defined the art, and it defines you. Your actions have changed the world. Powerful men have fallen by your hand; but by the same token, others have risen. Do you realize what kind of world you've been shaping? Does the ICA? Does your handler? I live in that world. I have seen the consequences. I have felt the cost. That's what defines me.
~ Lucas Grey's monologue to Agent 47 in the "Legacy" cutscene in HITMAN.
Tell the Constant to start running!
~ Grey's last words before taking his own life.

Lucas Grey, also known as the Shadow Client and Subject 6, is the anti-villainous tritagonist of the World of Assassination trilogy in the Hitman video game series. He is one of the clone assassins created by Dr. Otto Wolfgang Ort-Meyer just like Agent 47, who is his best friend.

After escaping from Dr. Ort-Meyer, Lucas Grey started his private militia and manipulated the ICA to eliminate Providence, the true organization behind Dr. Ort-Meyer and his project. Upon reawakening 47's memory and revealing his true identity, Lucas worked with 47 and intended to bring down Providence.

He served as the main antagonist of HITMAN before he progressively becomes one of the two anti-villainous tritagonists (alongside Olivia Hall) of both HITMAN 2 and HITMAN III.

He is voiced by John Hopkins.



Like Agent 47, along with Agent 17 and the No. 48s, Subject 6 is a genetically engineered clone created by Dr. Otto Wolfgang Ort-Meyer, with enhanced natural attributes, and was raised in harsh conditions. One day, he and 47 managed to escape from the place they grew up, and found themselves at a small farm in a snowy region, where they were took in by an unnamed woman.

However, the next morning, they woke up to gunshots when their "warden" had found them, slaughtered everybody they had been in contact with, and Subject 6 and his friend were forced to watch the woman get killed. Subject 6 managed to fake his death unintentionally during the raid at the farm and escaped successfully. However, 47 was recaptured and had his mind wiped by Dr. Ort-Meyer to avoid him from discovering the existence of Providence, something which haunted 6 for life. 6 then spent his lifetime running away from Providence, eventually adopting the alias, Lucas Grey.

After 1989, Grey became a mercenary and participated in conflicts in places such as Chechnya and Sierra Leone. Years later, he used his enhanced abilities and skills to become a head of security for a banker named Eugene Cobb. For many years, Grey had been tracking Agent 47 down; knowing about his existence and his M.O, he was able to link together several deaths that were either unsolved or were found to have been accidents.

Nevertheless, after he discovered that Eugene Cobb was a Providence operative, Grey realized that he cannot run forever and decided to wage a war against Providence in an act of vengeance against all they have done. After killing Cobb, Grey eventually adopted the alias of the Shadow Client and raised a private militia from outlaw rebels like Sean Rose and pirates like the Maelstrom, in order to start his war against Providence operatives and eventually their mysterious leaders known as the Partners.


Grey made his first appearance by approaching Russian billionaire and fashion mogul, Viktor Novikov, primed with prior knowledge of both the FSB's investigation into Novikov and the IAGO spy ring. After having disposed of the FSB agent, Nicholai Kamarov, Grey met with Novikov again to collect his reward. In return, Novikov handed him everything that IAGO had collected about the "global elite", and they departed.

As Novikov was leaving, Grey texted an unknown associate, probably Olivia Hall, to start leaking Novikov and Dalia Margolis' names to tie up loose ends. Grey told Novikov that he has a feeling that this was going to be the show Novikov would be remembered for, insinuating that Grey knew an impending assassination was going to happen. Later, 47 had assassinated Novikov and Margolis to prevent leakage of a stolen NOC list of British undercovers at IAGO's auction, a contract that was made by Grey himself.

Later, Grey leaked information regarding an Ether-sponsored weaponized DNA-specific virus to one of the company's shareholders, who in turn asked the ICA to eliminate its two project heads; Silvio Caruso and Francesca De Santis, in addition to destroying the virus on ethical grounds, at a secret field laboratory in Sapienza, Italy.

One week after 47 eliminated Caruso and De Santis, Grey discovered the trace of Hajun, a "Herald" of Providence sent to investigate the incident, and tracked him down to Ether's headquarters in Johannesburg, where he ambushed him by hiding in the backseat of his car, keeping him at gunpoint from behind. After a brief discussion, Grey asked the businessman to hand him "the key." After Hajun reluctantly gave it to Grey, he informed that Providence would hunt Grey down and kill him. Grey only replied that they were even then before killing Hajun.

After killing Hajun, Grey leaked information regarding General Reza Zaydan's impending coup in Morocco to construction conglomerate Hamilton-Lowe, who in turn asked the ICA to eliminate the two perpetrators of the coup, Zaydan himself and Swedish banker Claus Hugo Strandberg, to protect their contracts in the country. Whilst 47 went to Marrakesh, Morocco to assassinate the duo, Grey used the keys obtained from Cobb and Hajun and broke into a secret vault in New York, obtaining information on all Providence assets and operatives there.

After 47 assassinated indie singer Jordan Cross and his family lawyer Ken Morgan at the Himmapan Hotel in Bangkok, Thailand, Grey had his private militia abduct Jordan's father, Thomas Cross, who was a reclusive media mogul and Providence operative, while the latter was attending his son's funeral. Grey killed Thomas Cross in order for his hackers to loot his offshore accounts. Grey's actions against Thomas Cross immediately drew Diana's attention, who deduced the Shadow Client was behind the recent events and contracts 47 had received, from Paris to Bangkok.

Under Diana's advice, ICA and Erich Soders sent 47 to the militia's compound in Colorado, and assassinated four significant members working for Grey. Deep inside in the private militia training site, they discovered Grey's the tornado shelter within its basement, filled with maps and collections of photos regarding all Providence operatives (including the aforementioned Thomas Cross and Arthur Edwards, the current Constant of Providence). It also included the photos of some previous targets assassinated by 47, including Alvaro D'Alvade, Masahiro HayamotoWinston Beldingford and Alistair Beldingford, meaning that the Shadow Client had been focusing on 47 for quite a long time.

Most importantly, however, 47 and Diana discovered evidence that Soders had betrayed ICA and became a Providence mole. Begrudgingly, Diana then decided to take down Soders first before they could continue to deal with the Shadow Client. Afterwards, Grey watched 47 exit the compound through the scope of a sniper rifle from a nearby hill.

Grey soon contacted Olivia Hall who, wrecked with guilt, rightly assumed the ICA found the camp by tracing her, but Grey reassures her that she did well, and they shouldn't speak again until the heat dies down. As she feared for her life, Grey further comforted her by explaining his past to her. As he attempted to pull the trigger to kill 47, the latter glanced back towards Grey's position, apparently sensing his presence. Grey then took his finger off the trigger and let 47 go free, claiming that he (Grey) knew him (47) "better than anyone."

Grey eventually left the compound for India, where he'd meet with Wazir Kale, the infamous Indian South China Sea pirate known as the Maelstrom, on Maya Parvati's recommendation before her death. Grey explained his agenda to the Maelstrom and recruited him for the cause.


After the assassination of Alma Reynard, anothe major militia member and the late Sean Rose's ex-girlfriend, Agent 47 assassinates Robert Knox and Sierra Knox, who defected from Providence, under Providence's request. Meanwhile, after arriving in Berlin, Grey contacted Olivia Hall, who was in an abandoned asylum within Romania. Olivia expressed her worry that 47 now worked for Providence and was coming for Grey, but Grey assured that 47 will need to remember their friendship.

Later, Grey managed to persuade Rico Delgado, the new leader of the Delgado Drug Cartel, to join his cause in exchange of the man who murdered Rico's uncle and cousin. Then, Grey infiltrated Ether with Olivia's help, kidnapping its chief biochemist Oscar Wong and leaving him to be interrogated by Rico about Ether's neuroscience facility.

After Rico's assassination at 47's hands (just like with his uncle and cousin) in Santa Fortuna, Columbia, Grey and his militia storm Ether’s headquarters in Johannesburg, Germany, to steal a device. He also took Ether CEO Neleis De Waal hostage and took him to the abandoned asylum, and recorded a hostage tape outing the existence of Providence to the world. After that, Grey and his men released De Waal.

Following the Maelstrom's assassination at Mumbai, India, Grey stayed in the Romanian asylum and waited for 47's arrival. Grey managed to revealed his true identity and their shared past to 47, before convincing him to work together to fulfill their long-lost goal: Destroy Providence. Afterwards, Grey restored 47's memory and persuaded Diana to work with him, disbanding the Private Militia in the process. After 47's memory had been restored, he remembered the person whom Ort-Meyer answered to, who punished him during his escape attempt; Janus, the retired first Constant of Providence.

After arriving at Whittleton Creek, where Janus had been residing, Grey instructed 47 to eliminate him and his head of security, Providence Herald Nolan Cassidy, before acquiring vital information they needed to locate the current Constant, Arthur Edwards. Soon, Diana and Grey had a discussion over the deaths of Diana's parents, who were killed by an unknown assassin (later revealed to be 47 himself) sent by Blue Seed Pharmaceuticals, which was also affiliated with Providence. Grey revealed that he was one of the people involved in this hit and apologized to Diana, which made her surprised and contemplating.

Afterwards, 47 infiltrated the Ark Society's annual gathering on the Isle of Sgail with Grey's assistance, as they were preparing for Janus' funeral. He assassinated their newly appointed chairwomen Zoe Washington and Sophia Washington, who had the two kill switches for a poison chip inserted in the Constant's body, before he abducted the Constant himself from the island.

In his imprisonment, the Constant betrayed the Partners and revealed the three families that led Providence, whilst the Partners faked their deaths and went into hiding, but the Constant revealed their their accounts at the Milton-Fitzpatrick bank would still be intact. Grey and 47 then went to New York towards their destination, the New York branch of the Milton-Fitzpatrick bank, which Grey once worked for. Grey sent 47 there to access to the data and eliminate its manager, Athena Savalas, who was also a Providence Herald, before leaving.

With the data acquired from the Milton-Fitzpatrick bank, Olivia discovered that the Partners paid transactions to Haven; a corporation based in the Maldives which presented itself as a reputation management service, but secretly created new identities for wealthy criminals. In order for Olivia to successfully breach Haven servers, 47 managed to infiltrate the Haven Island's HQ as a potential client and eliminated the resort's trio of owners, Tyson Williams, Steven Bradley, and Ljudmila Vetrova.

Nevertheless, once Olivia had access to Haven's files on the Partners, she discovered that the Partners' controlling shares have not been allocated to their new identities, but rather to the Constant himself, who already escaped. Later, Olivia sent information to Grey, who concealed the fact that the Constant had escaped and told 47 everything was going as planned. As they watched the upcoming storm, 47 and Grey vowed to take the entire Providence down as they make their next moves.


Grey and 47 travel through Saudi Arabia to the United Arab Emirates, with Grey looking hopefully to the future once the Providence Partners were eliminated. Upon parachuting onto the Burj Al-Ghazali, they are almost struck by the propellers of a helicopter carrying Alexa Christine Carlisle. 47 lands on the building, climbs up and Grey oversees him as he assassinates Carl Ingram and Marcus Stuyvesant.

The two brothers discuss their future after they reach Dartmoor, where 47 assassinates Carlisle. However, Grey is then cornered by CICADA operatives. Unwilling to be taken in, Grey snatches a pistol and shoots himself in the head, killing himself.

47 later hallucinates Grey while drugged. Grey assures him that Diana had not betrayed him and encourages him to wake up. This is his last appearance.





  • Number 6 had previously been mentioned in Hitman: Contracts and Hitman: Enemy Within as a childhood bully of 47 as well as his first kill. Here it turns out he was 47's best friend. Birth of the Hitman confirms 47's memory was altered by Ort-Meyer after Providence gets a hold of him temporarily.


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International Contract Agency
Agent 47 | Diana Burnwood | Benjamin Travis | Jade Nguyen | The Saints (Jennifer Anne Paxton | LaSandra Dixon | Heather McCarthy | Jaqueline Moorehead | Agnija Radoncic | Dijina Radoncic | Mary Garnier | Louisa Cain) | Birdie | Praetorians | Erich Soders | Agent Banner | Agent Tremain | Agent Montgomery | Agent Thames | Agent Green | Agent Rhodes | Agent Swan | Agent Lowenthal | Hush | Imogen Royce

Leadership: The Partners (Marcus Stuyvesant | Carl Ingram | Alexa Christine Carlisle)
Constants: Janus | Arthur Edwards | Diana Burnwood (undercover)
Agents: Otto Wolfgang Ort-Meyer | Silvio Caruso | Francesca De Santis | Claus Hugo Strandberg | Reza Zaydan | Erik Olander | Ken Morgan | Erich Soders | Yuki Yamazaki | Akira Nakamura | Robert Knox | Sierra Knox | Nolan Cassidy | Zoe Washington | Sophia Washington | Athena Savalas | Don Archibald Yates | Tamara Vidal | Orson Mills
Assets: IAGO (Dalia Margolis | Viktor Novikov | Nila Torvik | Owen Wagner | Scott Sarno | Kieran Hudson) | Haven (Tyson Williams | Ljudmila Vetrova | Steven Bradley)

The Franchise
Leader: Alexander Leland Cayne
Agents: Albert Fournier | Raymond Kulinsky | Angelina Mason | Mark Purayah II | Female Assassin | Maynard John | Eve | Mark Parchezzi III | Daniel Morris
Assets: Alvaro D'Alvade | Richard Delahunt | Anthony Martinez | Vaana Ketlyn

Private Militia
Leader: Lucas Grey
Members: Olivia Hall | Sean Rose | Penelope Graves | Ezra Berg | Maya Parvati | Alma Reynard | Orson Mills | Patrick Morgan | Richard M. Foreman | Pertti Järnefelt | Wazir Kale | Vanya Shah | Dawood Rangan

Main Story Targets
Original Series
Hitman: Codename 47: Five Fathers (Lee Hong | Pablo Belisario Ochoa | Frantz Fuchs | Boris Ivanovich Deruzka | Otto Wolfgang Ort-Meyer) | Odon Kovacs | No. 48s

Hitman 2: Silent Assassin: Giuseppe Guillani | Russian Generals (Rinat S. Rumyantsev) | Igor Kubasko | Masahiro Hayamoto Jr. | Masahiro Hayamoto | Brat Charliego Sidjan | Charlie Sidjan | Ahmed Zahir | Mohammad Amin | Abdul Bismillah Malik | Hannelore Von Kamprad | Deewana Ji | Agent 17 | Sergei Zavorotko

Hitman: Contracts: Campbell Sturrock | Andrei Puscus | Fabian Fuchs | Sergei Bjarkhov | Winston Beldingford | Alistair Beldingford | Rutgert Van Leuven | Arkadij Jegorov | Frantz Fuchs | Fritz Fuchs | Lee Hong | Philippe Berceuse (off-screen) | Richard Delahunt (off-screen) | Albert Fournier

Hitman: Blood Money: Joseph Clarence | Scoop | Fernando Delgado | Manuel Delgado | Alvaro D'Alvade | Richard Delahunt | Carmine DeSalvo | Rudy Menzana | Lorenzo Lombardo | Vinnie Sinistra | Mark Purayah II | Raymond Kulinsky | Angelina Mason | Lorne de Haviland | Chad Bingham Jr. | Mysterious female assassin | Gator Gang (Everett Jefferson | Skip Muldoon | Junior O’Daniel | William S. Corfitz | Adam Hendrikson | Joe Netberg | Elijah Krup | John LeBlanc | Hank Leitch Muldoon) | Sheikh Mohammad Bin Faisal Al-Khalifa | Tariq Abdul Lateef | Hendrik Schmutz | Vaana Ketlyn | Eve | Maynard John | Anthony Martinez | Mark Parchezzi III | Daniel Morris | Alexander Leland Cayne

Hitman: Absolution: Diana Burnwood (spared) | King of Chinatown | Dominic Osmond | Larry Clay | Bill Dole | Frank Owens | Edward Wade | Hope Cougars | Lenny Dexter (optional) | Marcus Green | Raymond Valentine | Warren Ashford | Sanchez | The Saints (Jennifer Anne Paxton) | Clive Skurky | Layla Stockton | Blake Dexter | Jade Nguyen | Praetorians | Benjamin Travis | Sanchez

World of Assassination Trilogy
HITMAN (2016): Kalvin Ritter | Jasper Knight | Viktor Novikov | Dalia Margolis | Silvio Caruso | Francesca De Santis | Reza Zaydan | Claus Hugo Strandberg | Jordan Cross | Ken Morgan | Sean Rose | Penelope Graves | Ezra Berg | Maya Parvati | Erich Soders | Yuki Yamazaki

HITMAN 2 (2018): Alma Reynard | Sierra Knox | Robert Knox | Rico Delgado | Jorge Franco | Andrea Martinez | Wazir Kale | Vanya Shah | Dawood Rangan | Janus | Nolan Cassidy | Zoe Washington | Sophia Washington | Athena Savalas | Tyson Williams | Steven Bradley | Ljudmila Vetrova

HITMAN III (2021): Carl Ingram | Marcus Stuyvesant | Alexa Christine Carlisle | ICA Agents | Hush | Imogen Royce | Don Archibald Yates | Tamara Vidal | Arthur Edwards

Elusive Targets
HITMAN (2016): Sergei Larin | Anthony L. Troutt | Adalrico Candelaria | Jonathan Smythe | Vito Đurić | Dylan Narváez | Howard Moxon | Owen Wagner | Nila Torvik | Xander Haverfoek | Brendan Conner | Richard Ekwensi | Inez Ekwensi | Gabriel Santos | Etta Davis | Richard J. Magee | Wen Ts’ai | Richard M. Foreman | Walter Williams | Adeze Oijofor | Pavel Frydel | Akane Akenawa | Pertti Järnefelt | Kieran Hudson | Bartholomew Argus | Ji-Hu | Mr. Giggles

HITMAN 2 (2018): Mark Faba | Vicente Murillo | Miranda Jamison | Barbara Keating | Censor | Jimmy Chen | Legacy Elusive Targets (Ji-Hu | Owen Wagner | Adalrico Candelaria | Anthony L. Troutt | Richard J. Magee | Mr. Giggles | Bartholomew Argus | Richard M. Foreman | Brendan Conner | Vito Đurić | Walter Williams | Etta Davis | Adeze Oijofor | Xander Haverfoek | Gabriel Santos)

HITMAN III (2021): Kody Haynes | Joanne Bayswater | Terrence Chesterfield | Philo Newcombe | Jack Roe | Robert Burk | Allison Moretta | Sully Bowden | Legacy Elusive Targets (Anthony L. Troutt | Richard J. Magee | Jimmy Chen | Barbara Keating | Owen Wagner | Dylan Narváez | Mr. Giggles | Wen Ts’ai | Pertti Järnefelt | Ji-Hu)

Ivan Zilvanovitch | Tzun | Mister X | Malcolm Sturrock | Margeaux LeBlanc | Adam "Kane" Marcus | Aleksander Kovak| Terry Norfolk | Tren Po | Sir Humphrey Titus Rutherford | Mabaya Mzabuni | Kurt Donovan | Nelle Brent | Max Decker | Isabella Caruso | Erik Olander | Dexy Barat | Thomas Cross | Benjamin Bertram | Lloyd Burgess | Katashi Ito | Akira Nakamura | Simone Larin | Whitecap | Tommy "the Hammer" Stoakes | Orson Mills | Jin Po | Sun Po | Hector Delgado | Kashmirian | Bhavin Sagar | Helen West | Frank Schmidt | Jebediah Block | Blake Nathaniel | Zachary Yates | Mateo Pérez | Fabian Mann | Gourd and Sugar Squirrel | Jason Portman | Leah Cooper | Zana Kazem | Mr. Fernsby | Zachary Carlisle | Emma Carlisle | Rolf Hirschmüller | Michael "Mishoo" Nenkpv | Sister Lei | Xu Junli | Corvo Black | Juan Cortázar | Valentina Yates

DLC Targets
Patient Zero: Liberation (Oybek Nabazov | Sister Yulduz | Craig Black | Brother Akram | Bradley Paine | Owen Cage) | Klaus Liebleid
The Sarajevo Six: Sarajevo Six (Scott Sarno | Gary Lunn | Walter Menard | John Stubbs | Patrick Morgan | Taheiji Koyama)

Bonus Mission/Special Assignment Targets
HITMAN (2016): Kong Tuo-Kwang | Matthieu Mendola | Harry Bagnato | Marv Gonif | Marco Abiatti
HITMAN 2 (2018): Dmitri Fedorov | Blair Reddington | Basil Carnaby | Ajit "AJ" Krish | Galen Vholes

Sniper Assassin Targets
Hitman: Sniper Challenge: Richard Strong Jr.
HITMAN 2 (2018): Dorian Lang | Guillaume Maison | Doris Lee | Jin Noo | Re Thak | Lhom Kwai | Roman Khabko | Vitaly Reznikov

Ark Society | Blue Lotus Triad | CICADA | Crystal Dawn | Delgado Cartel | Franchise | Gator Gang | IAGO | Khandanyang | Liberation | Private Militia |Providence | Red Dragon Triad | Yardbirds

Hitman: Enemy Within: Puissance Treize (Ali bin Ahmed bin Saleh Al-Fulani | Pierre Douay | Louis Legard | Cassandra Murphy | Mrs. Kaberov | Tova Holm | Hans Pruter | Aristotle Thorakis)
Hitman: Damnation: Hector Corado | Dana Linder | Darren Shipley | Bruce Ashton | Charlie Wilkins

Hitman (2007): Mikhail Belicoff | Yuri Marklov | Udrei Belicoff
Hitman: Agent 47 (2015): John Smith | Antoine Le Clerq | Dr. Albert Deleriego | Fabian

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