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| Red Dead Redemption|
|Wanted Poster Location||Nuevo Paraiso|
|“||Cuidado, pendejó! Soy Mateo Clisante!||„|
Mateo plays a small role in the mission "The Gunslinger's Tragedy", during which he, along with Geraldo Elisaldez and an unnamed outlaw, harass John Marston when he first enters Chuparosa. While the unnamed outlaw pesters Marston to give up his boots and money, Clisante sneaks up behind Marston and steals his hat. The trio then laugh, but Marston draws his weapon and kills all but Clisante. Clisante begins to beg for his life, but Marston shoots him in the stomach and takes his hat back, dusting it off while Clisante bleeds to death.
However, despite being killed in "The Gunslinger's Tragedy", Mateo can be found in Casa Madrugada, frequently loitering in and around the cantina. He is encountered during the Fort Mercer gang hideouts, where he will be hostile even if the player is wearing the Bandito Outfit. He is encountered at the Tesoro Azul in Free Roam.
|—Mateo Clisante during a gunfight.|
- In Undead Nightmare, there exists a Bruiser which looks exactly like him.
- He appears to share a character head with Victor Mansilla, the only difference being a scruffier haircut instead of Victor who has dreadlocks.
- When captured, Mateo may sometimes refer to himself in the third person.
- He is one of the two Banditos that cannot be encountered in the Chuparosa Cantina, the other one being Yago Alejandres.