Luisa Gallego was an expert thief of the Thieves' Guild of Madrid founded by her father Lupo Gallego during the Renaissance. She became a member of the Spanish Brotherhood of Assassins when her father had the guild swear allegiance to the Assassins.
The youngest daughter of Lupo Gallego, the founder of the Thieves' Guild of Madrid, Luisa and her sister Rosa grew up training rigorously in the arts of thievery, freerunning, and acrobatics. When her father, as the Spanish King of Thieves, swore loyalty to the Assassin Brotherhood on behalf of his guild, Luisa and her sister accordingly joined the Brotherhood as well.
Personality and traits
Among the daughters of Lupo Gallego, Luisa was one of the more reserved. In spite of this, she was highly respected among thieves for her unparalleled athletic prowess and grace. Her specialized training allowed her to scale just about any wall and leap over any obstacle, and it was reputed that no location was unreachable to her.
- The appearance of Luisa Gallego, as with many original characters of Assassin's Creed: Rebellion is identical to that of a multiplayer avatar: in this case, the Dama Rossa from Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood. Although not much is known of the Dama Rossa, it is unlikely that they are meant to be the same character as none of the other Rebellion characters are the same character as their multiplayer counterparts, the former always being Assassins from Spain, the latter Templars from Italy or the Ottoman Empire.