Regardless, Leroy being X-628 is false, as he was only called Leroy in the film and is the evil doppelganger of Experiment 626. Also, the real Experiment 628 (albeit in pod form) was shown in the episode “627”.
Beside this, does Experiment 627 have a name?
Evile (also known as Experiment 627) is an antagonist villain from Disney’s 2003-08 television series Lilo and Stitch: The Series.
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All of Jumba’s original 626 experiments have their names and numbers listed alongside the credits in Leroy & Stitch.
How many Leroy clones are there?
Trivia. In promotional material for Leroy & Stitch and on Japanese and Disneyland Paris merchandise, Leroy was referred to as Experiment 628. However, this is false, as he was only called Leroy in the film and is the evil doppelganger of Experiment 626.
Physical appearance. Angel is a small, pink female koala-like experiment with a strong feminine resemblance to Stitch, with two long, tendril-like antennae. She has long eyelashes and large dark purple eyes that seem slightly larger than Stitch’s eyes.
Jumba started creating an experiment with explosive saliva from a template similar to Stitch until he was ordered by Hämsterviel, who paid Jumba a visit, to instead make the latter “a new version of 626.” Forced to comply after being threatened by Gantu, Jumba created a red, destructive replica of Stitch, and …
Stitch’s greatest weakness is his inability to float or swim due to his dense molecular structure, which causes him to sink in water. Another weakness is the fact that his super-sensitive hearing can lead to temporary deafness when exposed to sonic blasts.
|Designed to reverse rehabilitated experiments and their creator to evil.
Experiment 627 dubbed by the fans as “Evile” is without a doubt so far the strongest experiment created by Jumba seen.
The experiment number for Stitch is “626” which is an area code for the San Gabriel Valley in Southern California (Whether one of the writers for the movie lives or is from this area is not known).