Those wings need clipping!
~ Di Ravello ,inside his helicopter ,battling Rico in the Volcano
General Di Ravello (real name: Sebastiano Di Ravello) is the main antagonist of the 2015 third-person open world action adventure game ,Just Cause 3 . He is the supreme generalissimo and the dictator who rules in Medici.


Nothing known about his background.


He is a general, in the Medici Military. At the beginning of his career, he was an army private. At some point he seized power and became the nation's dictator.

There are statues of him in Medici, which can be demolished by the player. According to his propaganda posters and billboards, he stands for peace, to direct/lead, security and prosperity.

According to his tapes which can be found and collected, he was originally considered to be too mentally unstable, or even insane, to join officer training, but he threatened to kill the psychiatrist to get into that training anyway.

Just Cause 3

He plans on world conquest, which is why his military has so many large bases. His plan is meant to be accomplished with the aid of Bavarium.

In the mission A Terrible Reaction he orders the town of Costa Del Porto to be burned.

In Son of Medici he flees to a volcano in Medici after the loss of his reign. However he is tracked down byAnnika Svennson and Teo. Rico Rodriguez goes after Di Ravello, who is now in a Bavarium powered attack helicopter. After a long battle, Di Ravello's helicopter crashes after numerous damage. Surviving the crash, Di Ravello crawls out of the helicopter toward a pistol, but Rico reaches it first. Di Ravello, now enraged and depressed, gives out a speech commenting on how he "failed his nation." After this, Rico shoots him with his own revolver, killing him and marking his last words. However, if Rico chooses not to shoot him, he will say "It began in fire... so it shall end in fire", before letting himself fall into a pit of lava.


  • The leaders of San Esperito and Panau also had statues of themselves erected. For more details, seeGiant statue of Salvador Mendoza and Pandak "Baby" Panay Statues respectively.
  • There is a comune (administrative unit) in Italy with a similar name: Comune di Ravello. Link to wikipedia.
  • Like Rico and Pandak Panay, Di Ravello appears to also be based on multiple people: He seems to be based on Benito Mussolini, the dictator of fascist Italy during the Second World War (Since Di Ravello is from the Mediterranean as Mussolini was, and both are authoritarian dictators). However, the uniform of Muammar Gaddafi and the mustache of Joseph Stalin may also contribute to his appearance. Some say he also resembles Francisco Franco, the former dictator of Spain, or even Alexander Lukashenko, the current president of Belarus.
  • There are collectable audio tapes in the game that are Di Ravello's diary telling how he rose from an army private to a general. and how he accomplished his coup taking over Medici.
  • Upon his death at the end of Just Cause 3, a special pair of revolvers are unlocked known as "The Little General".
  • He says to Tom Sheldon that he orphaned Rico Rodriguez 20 years ago at the request of Sheldon, it's not clear if this was an Agency or personal request at the time.