Dillon as he appears in Uncharted 2: Among Thieves.
|Appearances|| Uncharted: Drake's Fortune|
Uncharted 2: Among Thieves
|Affiliation||Atoq Navarro's mercenaries|
Dillon is a minor antagonist that appears in the 2007 video game Uncharted: Drake's Fortune.
In the game, Dillon is one of Atoq Navarro's mercenaries, hired by British treasure-hunter Gabriel Roman to aid in his search of El Dorado. Along with Atoq Navarro and his fellow mercenaries, Dillon must battle treasure-hunter Nathan "Nate" Drake, who is also searching for El Dorado.
Little is known about Dillon, but as a member of Atoq Navarro's team of mercenaries, it can be assumed that he is South American, and that Navarro thought of him highly enough to have invited him to join the team of mercenaries.
 Uncharted: Drake's Fortune
In July 2006, Dillon is a member of Navarro's team of mercenaries, who are hired by Gabriel Roman to find the treasure of El Dorado. Dillon repeatedly encounters Nathan "Nate" Drake on the island, as Nate and his companions Elena Fisher and Victor Sullivan also search for the treasure of El Dorado.
When Navarro turns on Roman and attempts to take the statue of El Dorado from the island, Dillon is one of the mercenaries that accompany Navarro in his helicopter. Navarro notices that Nate is clinging to the statue and orders Dillon to kill him, but as Dillon fires at Nate, Elena kicks him from the helicopter. Dillon perishes in the fall, and also unleashes a spurt of bullets that kill the helicopter pilot Javier. 
 Behind the scenes
Dillon first appears in the 2007 video game Uncharted: Drake's Fortune. Although he plays a minor role in the game, he returns with a more significant role in Uncharted 2: Among Thieves, as he is available as a Villain skin in the multiplayer component of the game. He available for use when purchased and downloaded as part of the Sidekick Downloadable Skin Pack.
 See also
- Blaine, one of Atoq Navarro's mercenaries.
- Dutch, another mercenary.
- Javier, a mercenary who serves as the team's helicopter pilot.