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* What about [[NeverSmileAtACrocodile crocodiles]]? Crocs aren't exactly common in colder mountainous regions, so you'd be forgiven for thinking they wouldn't be in the game. You'd be wrong. They may not be as common as in ''3'', but they're still here, and their unexpected nature and rarity makes it even scarier when you're minding your business at a riverbank and one of them [[JumpScare gets you]].


** The Valley of the Yetis DLC in general. To start, that absolutely lovely orange BodyHorror on the yetis? [[spoiler: It's also on the cultist's faces and and a hint about what the yeti actually are. Once you've gotten used to that, the final mission of the DLC is to destroy the "Relic" that causes the mutations... and it's not an object so much as an alien plant thing that has been "speaking" to you since you found the first cave filled with its spawn and just when you think you've killed it, Ajay apparently turns into a yeti himself]]. [[MindScrew Maybe....]]



* Any time Pagan Min drops his affable demeanor, it's ''not'' gonna be pretty. Case in point, after chastising one of his soldiers in the game's opening for ''shooting'' the bus instead of just ''stopping'' it, Pagan viciously stabs the man to death with a pen in a fit of rage.

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* Any time Pagan Min drops his affable demeanor, it's ''not'' gonna be pretty. Case in point, after chastising one of his soldiers in the game's opening for ''shooting'' the bus instead of just ''stopping'' it, Pagan viciously stabs the man to death with a pen in a fit of rage.rage.
* Even with the various MaybeMagicMaybeMundane moments and occasional WeirdScience we've come to expect from the series, it's still telling that [[HumansAreTheRealMonsters Humans Are Still The Real Monsters]] and fact that they can love someone completely selflessly (like Mohan Gale's commitment to creating a Kyrat where Ajay can live in peace or Min's devotion to Ishwari [[spoiler: and their daughter]]) does ''not'' prevent them committing the worst atrocities possible (and sometimes even ''encourages'' them to) like [[spoiler: Mohan murdering ''an infant girl'']] and Min playing the part of the CardCarryingVillain because he ''likes'' [[ForTheEvulz destroying people's lives for the rush it gives him]], even admitting that his FreudianExcuse is just that: an excuse. Sure, mutants and yetis are fun to shoot, but Far Cry doesn't need to resort to inhuman monsters to fill your gun sights-[[CrapsackWorld we're already here]].


* Any time Pagan Min drops his affable demeanor, it's ''not'' going to be pretty. Case in point, after chastising one of his soldiers in the game's opening for ''shooting'' the bus instead of just ''stopping'' it, Pagan viciously stabs the man to death with a pen in a fit of rage.

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* Any time Pagan Min drops his affable demeanor, it's ''not'' going to gonna be pretty. Case in point, after chastising one of his soldiers in the game's opening for ''shooting'' the bus instead of just ''stopping'' it, Pagan viciously stabs the man to death with a pen in a fit of rage.


* The yetis. They looks hideous, can take horrific damage and pound the player into the ground if necessary and if you're not fast enough when trying to flee, can easily keep up with a snowmobile.
* The good news about the move to a landlocked setting? There are no [[ThreateningShark sharks]] to worry about this time around. The bad news? Instead, the rivers and lakes of Kyrat are home to [[Series/RiverMonsters Goliath Tigerfish]], or Demon Fish as they're aptly called here. They look like terrifying hellspawn, they're huge, and they're just as deadly as sharks are.

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* The yetis. They looks look hideous, can take horrific damage and pound the player into the ground if necessary and if you're not fast enough when trying to flee, can easily keep up with a snowmobile.
* The good news about the move to a landlocked setting? There are no [[ThreateningShark sharks]] to worry about this time around. The bad news? Instead, the rivers and lakes of Kyrat are home to [[Series/RiverMonsters Goliath Tigerfish]], or Demon Fish as they're aptly called here. They look like terrifying hellspawn, they're huge, and they're just as deadly as sharks are.are.
* Any time Pagan Min drops his affable demeanor, it's ''not'' going to be pretty. Case in point, after chastising one of his soldiers in the game's opening for ''shooting'' the bus instead of just ''stopping'' it, Pagan viciously stabs the man to death with a pen in a fit of rage.

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* Some enemies use Molotov Cocktails as weapons. When you shoot these enemies, they burn to death, and ''will'' run towards you. You can run, but they will still chase you. Basiclly, you have to keep shooting.

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* Some enemies use Molotov Cocktails as weapons. When you shoot these enemies, they burn to death, and ''will'' run towards you. You can run, but they will still chase you. Basiclly, Basically, you have to keep shooting. It''s even worse if you set a honey badger on fire.

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* The Durgesh Prison level. Combining the terrifying heights of the Game Of Thrones sky cells with the insanity of a mental asylum, Ajay has to evade a homicidal demon who is stalking him through the narrow passages and has no way of fighting back. Said demon is also fast and is near impossible to evade when it detects you.
* The moment when you get to see how far [[spoiler: either Amita or Sabal has slipped into insanity]] after the credits.
* Some enemies use Molotov Cocktails as weapons. When you shoot these enemies, they burn to death, and ''will'' run towards you. You can run, but they will still chase you. Basiclly, you have to keep shooting.
* THE RAKSHASA. Just look at it and hear its roar...
* The yetis. They looks hideous, can take horrific damage and pound the player into the ground if necessary and if you're not fast enough when trying to flee, can easily keep up with a snowmobile.
* The good news about the move to a landlocked setting? There are no [[ThreateningShark sharks]] to worry about this time around. The bad news? Instead, the rivers and lakes of Kyrat are home to [[Series/RiverMonsters Goliath Tigerfish]], or Demon Fish as they're aptly called here. They look like terrifying hellspawn, they're huge, and they're just as deadly as sharks are.

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