Alexander ran up to Valentine just as the two entered the gates of the large church. Impressive, Mr Romero. You seem to be good at what you do. He shook his companion's hand, laughing slightly. "As do you. Now then. While I love bashing skulls, I believe a more silent approach will be needed if we're going to learn anything about Esposito and his men." The assassin slowed to a stop, quickly glancing around before darting off to the side and jumping up to a nearby wall. "If you wish, I could use a distraction or two!" He shouted, pulling himself higher, soon reaching the first outer level of the church. There were few guards at the moment, so taking them out wasn't much of a hassle. Alexander creeped into a suitable position. Peering over one of the statues that dotted the church, he was able to spot the courtyard. Esposito was having a small banquet, no doubt celebrating his sudden jump to power. He didn't want to kill the man this moment, because he would most likely be swarmed by armed men in a matter of seconds. While having a walking giant as your companion has it's up side, Alexander decided against causing a scene. Even if Valentine could fight off the whole of the Pope's guard, there was still the dilemma of them being branded traitors against the church. They'd have no where to run, and would have to leave the country.
So, Alexander thought up a plan. The two would investigate Esposito and try to find some sort of evidence that proved he cut his way to the top. Once it's surfaced, then they'll jump in for the kill. But, in order to do that, the two assassins would have to hunt down his conspirators and allies. The man must not have any sort of help in the matter, or Alexander's plan could back fire. But hunting down each individual would take time. Sadly he couldn't think of a safer way, so until he talked with Valentine again, that would be the plan. Now, the first thing he wanted to see was what would happen if there was a possible threat. Alexander wanted to test Esposito's security, and see how paranoid he really was.