|Also Known As|| Solo Wing Pixy|
"A Brother in Arms"
|Equipment|| F-15C Eagle (Unknown - 1995)|
ADFX-02 Morgan (1995)
|Affiliations|| Ustio Air Force (66th Air Force Unit) (Unknown - 1995)|
A World With No Boundaries (1995)
|Real World Information|
|Appears In||Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War|
|Voice Actor|| Yuri Lowenthal (EN)|
Takuya Kirimoto (JP)
- "Yo, Buddy. Still alive?"
- ― Pixy, on various occasions
Larry "Pixy" Foulke (ラリー"小妖精"Foulke Rarī "Ko yōsei" Foulke) was a mercenary pilot during the Belkan War. He is better known as simply Pixy (小妖精 Ko yōsei) and as Cipher's wingman and, later on, his enemy.
Pixy was a pilot in the mercenary squadron Galm Team of the Ustian Air Force. He was well known for once having completed a mission and landing safely after one of his F-15C Eagle's wings was blown off. Ever since then, he's flown with an F-15 where his right wing was painted red.
Beginning in April of 1995, Pixy flew as Galm 2 alongside Cipher. As they progressed through operations together, they became famous among the Allied Forces and infamous among the Belkan forces. After the Battle of B7R, Cipher became known as the Demon Lord of the Round Table, further increasing their popularity.
It was sometime before this battle that Joshua Bristow had approached Pixy about the forming of the organization A World With No Boundaries. He asked Pixy during the Battle of B7R if it was time to ditch the Allied Forces, but Pixy, possibly in the midst of enjoying the battle, told him that it wasn't time yet.
On June 6, while flying to support Allied Forces in Sudentor, Belka set off seven nuclear bombs on their land. In the midst of this chaos, Pixy defected from the Allied Forces and attempted to shoot Cipher down. Cipher dodged his attacks, but Pixy retreated out of the airspace and eventually disappeared from radar.
After helping to establish A World With No Boundaries, Pixy was provided with an ADFX-02 Morgan. He is only known to have flown this aircraft once: in battle against Cipher on December 31 over Avalon Dam. He was controlling the launch of the V2 and Cipher was forced to shoot him down to prevent him from using it. Pixy managed to launch the missile, but Cipher shot him down regardless and the weapon exploded harmlessly in the upper atmosphere.
Pixy survived the battle, and made his way to the nuclear detonation sites. The people there that managed to survive took care of him.
- In the Assault Records of Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War, it is revealed that Pixy's nationality is Belkan.
- The gameplay does hint at Pixy being Belkan, through his dialogue in the missions. He sounds sly and calm, just like the opposing Belkan pilots.
- The story in which Pixy completed a mission with his F-15's right wing blown off may be based off of the real-world account of Israeli Air Force pilot Zivi Nedivi wherein he collided with an A-4 Skyhawk during a simulated dogfight, lost his right wing, and was able to return to base and land his F-15.
- The only difference between the two events is that Pixy's wing was destroyed in an actual battle, while Nedivi's was destroyed during a training mission.
- If the player watches Pixy at the beginning of the mission Glacial Skies, he can be seen to perform some advanced maneuvers.
- The interview between Pixy and Brett Thompson took place on November 25, 2005 in Delarus, a full month after the destruction of Megalith by Mobius One and the official end of the Usean Continental War. It can be therefore inferred that hostilities on the Erusea-Delarus border continued even after Erusea officially surrendered.
- Pixy's ideals are comparable to Socialism or Marxism, especially in Karl Marx's The Communist Manifesto where he discusses the removal of borders and authority.
- If one looks closely at Pixy's Morgan, Belkan Air Force roundels can be seen. This is likely due to the fact that the plane was stolen from Gründer Industries.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War
- ↑ Aces At War: A History
- ↑ Plane Lands Miraculously With Wing Missing
|Knights of the Round Table|
|Anthony Palmer - Anton Kupchenko - Bernard Schmidt - Cipher - Detlef Fleisher - Dietrich Kellerman - Dimitri Heinreich - Dominic Zubov - Erich Hillenberand - Joshua Bristow - Larry Foulke - Marcela Vasquez - Rainer Altman|