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lle De Llorar has appeared in Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny Astray and works for Matisse.

Personality & Character

Ile De Llorar can be normally calm and collected, but sometimes becomes extremely violent, acts irrationally and ignorant under stress. He came from the mysterious Coordinator training organization "Circus" (where the only way to leave the organization was to win in handicapped fights).


Ile De Llorar pilots ZGMF-YX21R Proto-Saviour. In space, Ile de Llorar in the Proto-Saviour approaches the shuttle carrying EA fugitive Edward Harrelson and PLANT reporter Bernadette Leroux and escorted by TS-MA4F Exus pilot Morgan Chevalier, despite Riika Sheder orders to stop. He opens fire, and Riika piloting ZGMF-1001 ZAKU Phantom fires back. Riika tells him she'll shoot him down if he continues to interfere with her escort mission, and Ile says she knows nothing because the shuttle has a bomb on it. Morgan realizes that Edward and Bernadette know too much to just be handed over. As Riika gets close to Ile, Morgan warns her to stay back because Ile is about to spread a virus that attacks quantum computers. Riika's ZAKU is disabled, and Morgan deploys his Gunbarrels to attack Ile. Ile transforms the Proto-Saviour to mobile armor mode and says that as a graduate of the Circus training group, he won't lose. Going on the offensive, he destroys one of Morgan's Gunbarrels. Ile destroys all the Gunbarrels and moves in on Edward, but Jean Carry arrives in his M1 Astray with a refitted Verne 35A/MPFM Multipurpose Flight Module. Jean opens fire and asks Ile to surrender, and Matisse calls to order a retreat.

In space, Ile closes in on the Re.H.O.M.E. and tells Lowe Guele to surrender because he's a wanted criminal. Lowe asks what happens if he doesn't surrender, and Ile says he's fine with that because it's boring if Lowe doesn't resist. He tells Lowe to hurry up and attack, but Lowe says that Red Frame was stolen. He asks if they can talk it out, and Ile says no and opens fire. Ile says he's bored by Lowe's refusal to fight, and Lowe says that Ile must be lonely. He says that if Ile continues to act irrationally, no one will want to be his opponent. Kisato Yamabuki tells Lowe that he's just provoking Ile, and Lowe adds that the Proto-Saviour received conventional maintenance, so the mechanic doesn't trust the pilot. An enraged Ile wants to ignore orders and kill Lowe, but Matisse calls and gives him new orders and then Ile leaves.


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