|Behind the scenes|
|Portrayed by||Rod Gnapp (voice)|
- "So you're the fat man."
"Walk away now, my men'll let you live."
- ―Aldo Trapani and Luciano Fabbri[src]
He was known to have a wide knowledge of inter-family squabbles, and in 1955, began plotting for a war against the Corleones, despite the peace made several years before. This would prove that he was one of the most cunning consiglieres in the game as well as a warfare-genius.
However, one morning, Fabbri made a stop at a hot-dog vendor whilst on his way to a meeting with Don Cuneo. At this point, the Corleone's enforcer, Aldo Trapani, executed Fabbri and his guards after taunting the consigliere. This hit was sanctioned by caporegime Peter Clemenza, who was known to have a hatred of Fabbri and his methods.
Fabbri's body was recovered and thrown into the East River. His demise soon became known to the Cuneo family, who, instead of calling off the attack, pressed it forwards and killed several Corleone soldiers.
Personality and traitsEdit
A master planner, and a "man with a belly" in the Old Sicilian tradition, Fabbri was a true Cuneo, vicious when crossed but otherwise a peaceful figure. When threatened by Aldo Trapani, he offered him a chance to walk away, though it is possible he was bluffing.
As the Consigliere of Cuneo family and chronologically one of the last two hit targets, Fabbri was no doubt a very strong if not one of the toughest enemy you'll face in the game. He had a bodyguard army consisted of only Caporegimes and Underbosses who are tougher than Emilio Barzini, Jr.'s guards while Fabbri is capable of self defense as well. What's more taunting him for bonus is not wise while he still had his men, take them down first, shoot his leg before you approach to taunt him and finally execute him to finish the job without any outstanding danger.
- Fabbri along with Nicholas Klaus, Mario DeBellis and Big Bobby Toro are the only hit targets that or not hostile to the player and will not attack him unless the player becomes hostile or pulls out a weapon.
- Hypocritically, Clemenza refers to Fabbri as the "fat man" and a "big eater", but maybe Clemenza should get a good look in the mirror first.