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* The mission where you recruit Cheaseburger is both awesome and hilarious, you and the bear fight side by aside against the hapless cultists and to add insult to injury on how outmatched these cultists are, it's done to goofy banjo music

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* The mission where you recruit Cheaseburger is both awesome and hilarious, you and the bear fight side by aside against the hapless cultists and to add insult to injury on how outmatched these cultists are, it's done to goofy banjo musicmusic.
* A minor moment of Awesome. You can shoot Agent Willis Huntley at the end of your mission for him, and leave him for dead. And presumably, since he doesn't appear in New Dawn, it's safe to assume Willis did die. After he got away with tricking Ajay Ghale into killing CIA agents in Kyrat and abandoning him to be captured by Pagan Min in ''VideoGame/FarCry4'', it's pretty satisfying to know that even if you couldn't defeat Joseph Seed [[spoiler:in this game, at least]], you could still make sure the PoliticallyIncorrectVillain- er, Agent- becomes a KarmaHoudiniWarranty.


* You get to battle John in an amazing aerial dogfight. After finishing him off, you go to his bunker to rescue Deputy Hudson and show off your OneManArmy credentials. It's as awesome and explosive as it sounds.

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* You get to battle John in an amazing aerial dogfight. After finishing him off, you go to his bunker to rescue Deputy Hudson and show off your OneManArmy credentials. It's as awesome and explosive as it sounds.sounds.
*The mission where you recruit Cheaseburger is both awesome and hilarious, you and the bear fight side by aside against the hapless cultists and to add insult to injury on how outmatched these cultists are, it's done to goofy banjo music


* If you have Nick unlocked as a Gun for Hire as of the Hope Valley showdown, he'll radio the deputy - still in obvious pain - insisting he can fly if they need him. Keep in mind this is mere minutes after he had a sizable patch of skin ripped right off his chest, meaning he must have gunned it back to his airstrip with barely any medical attention. Summon him during the dogfight with John Seed, and he doesn't disappoint.

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* If you have Nick unlocked as a Gun for Hire as of the Hope Holland Valley showdown, he'll radio the deputy - still in obvious pain - insisting he can fly if they need him. Keep in mind this is mere minutes after he had a sizable patch of skin ripped right off his chest, meaning he must have gunned it back to his airstrip with barely any medical attention. Summon him during the dogfight with John Seed, and he doesn't disappoint.


* Equally awesome to destroying the "Yes" sign is destroying [[OurFounder the Father's enormous statue]] with a rocket launcher. Afterward, to add insult to injury, you can ascend the ruined skeleton of the statue, shoot down helicopters, and then burn the holy book of the Father's insane rantings. Unlike the example with the "YES" sign, this actually ''is'' a formal sidequest given by Tammy.

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* Equally awesome to destroying the "Yes" sign is destroying [[OurFounder the Father's enormous statue]] with a rocket launcher. Afterward, to add insult to injury, you can ascend the ruined skeleton of the statue, shoot down helicopters, and then burn the holy book of the Father's insane rantings. Unlike the example with the "YES" sign, this actually ''is'' a formal sidequest given by Tammy.Tracey.


* Equally awesome to destroying the "Yes" sign is destroying [[OurFounder the Father's enormous statue]] with a rocket launcher. Afterward, to add insult to injury, you can ascend the ruined skeleton of the statue, shoot down helicopters, and then burn the holy book of the Father's insane rantings.

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* Equally awesome to destroying the "Yes" sign is destroying [[OurFounder the Father's enormous statue]] with a rocket launcher. Afterward, to add insult to injury, you can ascend the ruined skeleton of the statue, shoot down helicopters, and then burn the holy book of the Father's insane rantings. Unlike the example with the "YES" sign, this actually ''is'' a formal sidequest given by Tammy.


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* [[spoiler:As nightmare-inducing as the nuke ending is, you have to admit there's something inherently badass about racing through nuclear Armageddon as music blasts over the radio and flaming birds fall from the sky.]]

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* [[spoiler:As As nightmare-inducing as the nuke ending is, you have to admit there's something inherently badass about racing through nuclear Armageddon as music blasts over the radio and flaming birds fall from the sky.]]



* If you have Nick unlocked as a Gun for Hire as of the Hope Valley showdown, he'll radio the deputy - still in obvious pain - insisting he can fly if they need him. Keep in mind this is mere minutes after [[spoiler:he had a sizable patch of skin ripped right off his chest]], meaning he must have gunned it back to his airstrip with barely any medical attention. Summon him during [[spoiler:the dogfight with John Seed]], and he doesn't disappoint.
* [[spoiler:You get to battle John in an amazing aerial dogfight. After finishing him off, you go to his bunker to rescue Deputy Hudson and show off your OneManArmy credentials. It's as awesome and explosive as it sounds]]

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* If you have Nick unlocked as a Gun for Hire as of the Hope Valley showdown, he'll radio the deputy - still in obvious pain - insisting he can fly if they need him. Keep in mind this is mere minutes after [[spoiler:he he had a sizable patch of skin ripped right off his chest]], chest, meaning he must have gunned it back to his airstrip with barely any medical attention. Summon him during [[spoiler:the the dogfight with John Seed]], Seed, and he doesn't disappoint.
* [[spoiler:You You get to battle John in an amazing aerial dogfight. After finishing him off, you go to his bunker to rescue Deputy Hudson and show off your OneManArmy credentials. It's as awesome and explosive as it sounds]]sounds.


* Equally awesome to destroying the "Yes" sign is destroying the Father's enormous statue with a rocket launcher. Afterward, to add insult to injury, you can ascend the ruined skeleton of the statue, shoot down helicopters, and then burn the holy book of the Father's insane rantings.

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* Equally awesome to destroying the "Yes" sign is destroying [[OurFounder the Father's enormous statue statue]] with a rocket launcher. Afterward, to add insult to injury, you can ascend the ruined skeleton of the statue, shoot down helicopters, and then burn the holy book of the Father's insane rantings.

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* Equally awesome to destroying the "Yes" sign is destroying the Father's enormous statue with a rocket launcher. Afterward, to add insult to injury, you can ascend the ruined skeleton of the statue, shoot down helicopters, and then burn the holy book of the Father's insane rantings.


* If you have Nick unlocked as a Gun for Hire as of the Hope Valley showdown, he'll radio the deputy - still in obvious pain - insisting he can fly if they need him. Keep in mind this is mere minutes after [[spoiler:he had a sizable patch of skin ripped right off his chest]], meaning he must have gunned it back to his airstrip with barely any medical attention. Summon him during [[spoiler:the dogfight with John Seed]], and he doesn't disappoint.

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* If you have Nick unlocked as a Gun for Hire as of the Hope Valley showdown, he'll radio the deputy - still in obvious pain - insisting he can fly if they need him. Keep in mind this is mere minutes after [[spoiler:he had a sizable patch of skin ripped right off his chest]], meaning he must have gunned it back to his airstrip with barely any medical attention. Summon him during [[spoiler:the dogfight with John Seed]], and he doesn't disappoint.disappoint.
* [[spoiler:You get to battle John in an amazing aerial dogfight. After finishing him off, you go to his bunker to rescue Deputy Hudson and show off your OneManArmy credentials. It's as awesome and explosive as it sounds]]


* The Hope County fighters in general. Only a few of them, like the police, Grace, and Jerome, have law enforcement or military training. But bartenders like Mary May, doctors like Charles, politicians like Vergil, or housewives like Tammy, all pick up weapons and fight.

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* The Hope County fighters in general. Only a few of them, like the police, Grace, and Jerome, have law enforcement or military training. But bartenders like Mary May, doctors like Charles, politicians like Vergil, or housewives like Tammy, all pick up weapons and fight.fight.
* If you have Nick unlocked as a Gun for Hire as of the Hope Valley showdown, he'll radio the deputy - still in obvious pain - insisting he can fly if they need him. Keep in mind this is mere minutes after [[spoiler:he had a sizable patch of skin ripped right off his chest]], meaning he must have gunned it back to his airstrip with barely any medical attention. Summon him during [[spoiler:the dogfight with John Seed]], and he doesn't disappoint.


* Those attack planes that spawn in at Resistance level 2 are annoying, but if you're handy with a sniper rifle, it's entirely possible to snipe the pilot and take them down in a single shot. It's especially satisfying to do it while they're in the middle of dive-bombing you.

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* Those attack planes that spawn in at Resistance level 2 are annoying, but if you're handy with a sniper rifle, it's entirely possible to snipe the pilot and take them down in a single shot. It's especially satisfying to do it while they're in the middle of dive-bombing you. Shooting them out of the sky with an RPG also never gets old.
* The Hope County fighters in general. Only a few of them, like the police, Grace, and Jerome, have law enforcement or military training. But bartenders like Mary May, doctors like Charles, politicians like Vergil, or housewives like Tammy, all pick up weapons and fight.


** If you look behind the sign, someone graffitied "Father stinks" on the back of the "E".

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** If you look behind the sign, someone graffitied "Father stinks" on the back of the "E"."E".
* Those attack planes that spawn in at Resistance level 2 are annoying, but if you're handy with a sniper rifle, it's entirely possible to snipe the pilot and take them down in a single shot. It's especially satisfying to do it while they're in the middle of dive-bombing you.


* See John Seed's big, stupid Hollywood-esque "YES" sign defacing the side of that mountain? Isn't it an eyesore? In fact, you may even be tempted to take some explosives up there and try destroying it. Can you? In a word, ''yes''. Doing this side-mission doesn't get you paid, but that doesn't even matter because it's just so satisfying. Especially when John calls you up afterward and makes it abundantly clear that destroying his sign has pissed him off something fierce. If you destroy the sign after killing John, Dutch will simply express pity that he wasn't alive to see you take it down.

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* See John Seed's big, stupid Hollywood-esque "YES" sign defacing the side of that mountain? Isn't it an eyesore? In fact, you may even be tempted to take some explosives up there (or just go there with a plane, which is the easiest and cheapest option, since you can unlock access to Nick's plane for free) and try destroying it. Can you? In a word, ''yes''. Doing this side-mission doesn't get you paid, but that doesn't even matter because it's just so satisfying. Especially when John calls you up afterward and makes it abundantly clear that destroying his sign has pissed him off something fierce. If you destroy the sign after killing John, Dutch will simply express pity that he wasn't alive to see you take it down.


* See John Seed's big, stupid Hollywood-esque "YES" sign defacing the side of that mountain? Isn't it an eyesore? In fact, you may even be tempted to take some explosives up there and try destroying it. Can you? In a word, ''yes''. Doing this side-mission doesn't get you paid, but that doesn't even matter because it's just so satisfying. Especially when John calls you up afterward and makes it abundantly clear that destroying his sign has pissed him off something fierce.

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* See John Seed's big, stupid Hollywood-esque "YES" sign defacing the side of that mountain? Isn't it an eyesore? In fact, you may even be tempted to take some explosives up there and try destroying it. Can you? In a word, ''yes''. Doing this side-mission doesn't get you paid, but that doesn't even matter because it's just so satisfying. Especially when John calls you up afterward and makes it abundantly clear that destroying his sign has pissed him off something fierce. If you destroy the sign after killing John, Dutch will simply express pity that he wasn't alive to see you take it down.


* See John Seed's big, stupid Hollywood-esque "YES" sign defacing the side of that mountain? Isn't it an eyesore? In fact, you may even be tempted to take some explosives up there and try destroying it. Can you? In a word, ''yes''. Doing this side-mission doesn't get you paid, but that doesn't even matter because it's just so satisfying. Especially when John calls you up afterward and makes it abundantly clear that destroying his sign has pissed him off something fierce.

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* See John Seed's big, stupid Hollywood-esque "YES" sign defacing the side of that mountain? Isn't it an eyesore? In fact, you may even be tempted to take some explosives up there and try destroying it. Can you? In a word, ''yes''. Doing this side-mission doesn't get you paid, but that doesn't even matter because it's just so satisfying. Especially when John calls you up afterward and makes it abundantly clear that destroying his sign has pissed him off something fierce.fierce.
** If you look behind the sign, someone graffitied "Father stinks" on the back of the "E".

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