Don Siano had become a legend at the age of twenty-six when he had assassinated the Mafia chief preceding him. The man had murdered Siano's father when the Don himself had been a child of twelve and Siano had waited fourteen years for his revenge. Then one day he had dropped from a tree onto the victim and his horse and, clasping the man from behind, had forced him to ride through the main street of the town.
As they rode in front of the people, Siano had slashed his victim to pieces, cutting off his nose, his lips, his ears and his genitals, and then, holding the bloody corpse in his arms, had paraded the horse in front of the victim's house. Afterward he had ruled his province with a bloody and iron hand.
Personality and traits
A true believer in the old ways, Siano was patient and methodical, but extremely vengeful and would wait for years if it meant acheiving his revenge.