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  • TriadorX
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    I love Far Cry 6 - it's probably only second to FC3 to me. I finished it and then had to go back and play it again recently. I'm really into the story and I love the background of Yara - especially the whole ancient religion/gods situation that's going on. So I'm going to get a big thank you to the developers/writers out of the way first!

    Secondly, I just want to ask where Bembé went? He's my favourite character (I know he's supposed to be a morally dark-grey guy) and I'm sort of disappointed that the end of your interactions with him is after Bicho tried (and failed hard) to kill him. Would have liked to do some more missions with him. It's a bit of a shame he's just tied to the middle region, he had a lot of potential.

    I took a lot of screenshots and recordings of him, but I've looked at them a lot and the well is running dry.

    It was just a bit jarring of an end considering that you never see him again. Even if he just became a stationary NPC muttering away inside his house it would have been cool.

    To be honest though, I have this problem with Alejandro as well - he's also set up and then falls off the face of Yara.

    Maybe you can find them both somewhere and I'm just not looking hard enough, but I made Dani climb hills and cliffs and swim though rivers and hang out for hours in Bembé’s house so I'm guessing that they're just... done. And I think that's a shame.

    Tl;dr: thank you for this game, I miss Bembé and his awful tattoos.

    Here is a picture of him being scared when I accidentally shot next to his head.

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