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|Affiliation:||Free Planets Alliance|
|Status:||Deceased (died in combat)|
|Died:||1 June 801 UC (3 NIC / 492 IC / 3601 CE)|
|Played by:||Nakao Ryūsei|
- 'Victory for Whose Sake?' (first appearance)
- 'The Inquiry Committee'
- 'War Without Weapons'
- 'The Return'
- 'A Departure'
- 'Operation: Ragnarök'
- 'Invitation to a Requiem'
- 'Fezzan Occupied'
- 'Seeking a Free Universe'
- 'The Two-Headed Snake: The Battle of Rantemario'
- 'The Darkness Before Dawn'
- 'Battle After Battle'
- 'After the Ceremony, the Curtain Rises Again...'
- 'The Kümmel Incident'
- 'Holy Land'
- 'Holiday's End'
- 'Against All Flags'
- 'To El Facil'
- 'The Plan to Retake Iserlohn'
- 'The Prodigal Sons Come Home'
- 'The Long Road Ahead'
- 'Eve of the Festival'
- 'The Magician Doesn't Come Back'
- 'After the Festival'
- 'Disappointing Victory'
- 'The Two Great Ones Strike at Each Other!'
- 'Running Start Towards the Future'
- 'Invitation to Rebellion'
- 'Towards Peace, Through Bloodshed'
- 'The Crimson Star Road'
- 'The Beautiful Maiden Wants Blood' (final appearance; death)
- Louis Mashengo (LD/DVD subtitles)
- Louis Machungo (DVD subtitles)
- ルイ・マシュンゴ (LD/DVD subtitles)
- Louis Machengo (Japanese fan sources)
In the original DVD subtitles, Mashengo's name is spelt two different ways — Machungo (e.g., 'Victory for Whose Sake?') and Mashengo (e.g., 'The Beautiful Maiden Wants Blood'). The former is most likely the intended spelling, since it more closely matches the Japanese pronunciation and is a real African surname. (In fact, it was the name of the prime minister of Mozambique at the time the novels were being written, which may have provided some inspiration for the author.)