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Peaure (ピュレ Pyure?)[1] is a journalist.

Appearance

Peaure is a young man with a short crop of black hair, who is often seen wearing a cap and a pair of black, thick-rimmed glasses. His clothing consists of black pants and a black vest, with a white shirt underneath.

Personality

As a rookie reporter, Peaure has not yet become jaded like his superior Roy. He is very bold in his reporting, unafraid of asking questions of Military Police officers that would otherwise be considered "off-limits." He takes his job of reporting the truth very seriously, becoming frustrated when he is kept from printing news that would be scandalous for the government.

The only thing that surpasses Peaure's passion for reporting is his passion for the truth. When Roy is unwilling to publish news of the Military Police's corruption, Peaure argues passionately that the information should be printed, eventually convincing Roy.

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The Uprising arc

Roy and Peaure print the truth

Peaure and Roy print the truth

Peaure is first shown alongside Roy, investigating the aftermath of the battle between the Scout Regiment and the Military Police First Interior Squad. He notes that the Interior MP is a separate branch from the regular Military Police. However, he is quickly interrupted by Roy, as the news agency is not allowed to report anything on the Interior MP or the anti-personnel omni-directional mobility gear, on the request of Nile Dawk.

Peaure and Roy later witness three members of the Military Police reveal that the MPs were responsible for Dimo Reeves's murder.[1] Roy is reluctant to publish what he has seen, and Peaure and Flegel are forced to convince him to publish the confessions. Peaure argues that the monarchy does not care about the people living inside the Walls and that if the Titans get in, they will let him and his family perish. This is enough to convince Roy to go forward with delivering the truth to the public.[2]

Peaure and Roy later attend the crowning of Historia Reiss as queen, taking notes of the ceremony for their publication.[3]

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