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Marco di Gicho was an Italian nobleman who was a member of the Red-Headed League.

History Edit

Marco di Gicho is said to be the third son of the Gichos family from Naples, Italy. He met Maurice de Quilco at Ashtar boarding school for the offspring of European aristocrats. One day, the two decided to make a league at Lime Park due to being made fun of at school. Only people with red hair like them were allowed in the league and they cost five shillings for an interview, they were told everyone's name and address. One of the people there claimed to be a detective as he had the ID of Tobias Gregson with him. But he was actually Everyday Mittlemont, the real Gregson was off on another mission. So de Quilco and di Gicho locked him up in the room next to their hideout apartment for the night. Mittlemont tried to escape through the inn window but the two caught him and threw him back, di Gicho got a red mark on his neck during the struggle.

Testifying in Court Edit

Marco di Gicho was called to testify with de Quilco in the secret trial of Barok van Zieks for Detective Gregson's murder. At first, they denied any connection with Gregson, but di Gicho eventually admits that there was a detective there much to the chagrin of de Quilco. Then di Gicho confessed about Mittlemont's attempted escape and showed the mark he received on his neck. When "Gossip"/"Hugh Boone" was called to the stand, di Gicho remember a large amount of cash he had. He later helped de Quilco shake Mittlemont's disguise off.

Trivia Edit

  • According the artbook, di Gicho's green outfit was chosen to represent the colors of the flag of his nationality.

Name Edit

  • His surname "d’Gicho" comes from dojikko (ドジッ子), “clumsy girl.”


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