|Portrayed by||Nivek Ogre|
|Created by|| Darren Smith|
|Born||Paviche Largo, 2024|
|Family|| Rotti Largo (father)|
Luigi Largo (brother)
Amber Sweet (sister)
Paviche "Pavi" Largo is the middle sibling in the Largo family. He is 32 years old (born in 2024).
Pavi is a womanizer (to the point of also being dubbed a rapist) and narcissist. In each version of Repo!, he is described as being vain and dim-witted. He almost always has a hand-mirror present to preen himself.
Original sketches of Pavi by Terrance Zdunich show Pavi with an exaggerated face-lift, pulling his face back in tight folds and giving him a permanent smile. In some sketches, he has a mustache.
Due to a small budget, the creators and directors cold not afford to give Pavi the exaggerated face-lift for the stage performances, and instead showed him wearing a large amount of make-up. Zdunich described him as being a "perverse mime".
For the 10-minute short movie, the director and creators were able to afford the prosthetics needed to give Pavi the face-lift look.
An even larger budget gave the creators a chance to expand on Pavi's character's appearance in the movie, changing from the concept of an exaggerated face-lift to Pavi wearing other's people's faces as masks to cover his own hideously scarred visage. These flesh-masks were pierced to his face with six metal rings, and began to decay after a while requiring Pavi to replace them on a regular basis.
 Character history
 2002 stage-play
 2005 stage-play
 2006 stage-play
 2007 short
 2008 film
A montage is shown of the Largo family's rise to power and establishment of plastic surgery becoming fashion.
Pavi bickers with his brother over who will inherit GeneCo when Rotti dies, claiming that since he "steals all of the hearts", he deserves GeneCo. When his brother grabs him by the neck, Pavi sprays him in the face with his cologne, and the two circle each other in a showdown.
Genterns replace Pavi's decaying old flesh-mask with a new, fresher one.
Pavi and his siblings are shown in a comic panel, which poses the question, "Are Rotti's kids worthy heirs?".
Rotti refers to his children as "nightmares" and "degenerates", claiming that they'll waste his money if he left it to them.