“That's what one gets for disrespecting one's elder brother. ” — Fra Alberigo

Fra Alberigo was one of the Damned which Dante must punish or absolve for "The Damned" achievement/trophy. He was encountered in the circle of Treachery and acts as the host of this circle.


"Traitor to family and country, he sits in this circle of Hell. He murdered his own son for the sake of revenge."


"Hail to the Jovial Friars...the glorious Virgin Mary watches over us."

"I must enforce order...protect the weak..."

"My brother Manfred and his son... They will taste death for treating their elders with such disregard..."

"Shaming me in public! They regard me as inferior!"

"I will avenge this insult to my pride..."

"Manfred my brother, join us at our table next Sunday. Bring your son..."

"Come and share a joyful Sabbath meal. All is forgiven..."

"Please sit, brother. Enjoy the banquet...There is wine. Plump figs will be served..."

"When I order you to bring the fruit, strike down my brother and his son..."

"Well done! Take their stinking bodies from my table..."

"That's what one gets for disrespecting one's elder brother..."

"Throw them in the street. Let the dogs feast their corpses..."

*Grabbed by Dante* "I belong to a holy order of Friars..."

*Grabbed by Dante* "I lived the rest of my life doing penance..."

"No... I am a simple mendicant..." *Slain by Dante*

*Absolved by Dante* "Glorious Virgin Mary...I see your face..."


  • 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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