“That's what one gets for disrespecting one's elder brother. ” — Fra Alberigo
Traitor not only to his country, but to his family as well. Alberigo committed the darkest of treacherous acts, murdering his own son for the sake of revenge. He was the host of Treachery.
- In The Inferno, Dante and Virgil witness the shade of Fra Alberigo frozen within the ice of Cocytus' third round, Ptolomea, for the sinful act of betraying his own guests. The historic Fra Alberigo in fact did not kill his son nor was said to have betrayed his country, but he had murdered his brother and nephew during a feast; the signal to kill them being when Alberigo asked for "figs" to be brought to the table. His quote in the game reflects this crime.
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