Domino Vitali is the fictional mistress of SPECTRE operative Emilio Largo, who appeared in the 2015 video-game James Bond: World of Espionage. The character is a re-imagining of the literary and film character who first appeared in Ian Fleming's 1961 novel Thunderball and was subsequently adapted for EON Productions' 1965 James Bond film of the same name.
Appearing in the James Bond: World of Espionage's seventh set of missions, based on Thunderball, Domino Vitali is the mistress of SPECTRE operative Emilio Largo and sister to Captain Vitali, the pilot of a recently stolen atomic bomber. While investigating the theft in Madagascar, James Bond approaches Domino in an attempt to gain her favour, saving her from being poisoned by a sea urchin whose spines had become embedded in her foot. He informs her that Largo killed her brother, asking for help finding the bombs. While Largo is out drinking with his men, the pair search the Disco Volante with a geiger counter. His suspicions confirmed that the weapons are on-board, 007 conducts a raid on Largo's ship by submarine. Both vessels suffer damage and Largo is eventually shot with a speargun.
Notable for her reckless personality, she is skilled in driving, swimming and stealth, and is multi-lingual, speaking Italian, French and English. The character offers a buff to offence and provides a +2 stamina bonus using an earsplitter device, +15% critical chance using stiletto heels, and +150HP in Alliance Wars using "Formula Racer" automobiles. She is a 'rare agent' (blue) and can be levelled to level 25.