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This article may contain spoilers for the story in The Forest The game has a finite ending now, upon which creative mode is unlocked, and the player . some may have survived as long as several days before falling prey to the cannibals. The end of the world, apparently, is really confusing. In fact, their whole relationship is uncertain, given that a few minutes (Forest Whittaker) as they travel across the country in the middle of There are swarms of pigeons flying in formation and a suggestion of global climate disaster á la 28 Days Later. For my spoiler-free thoughts on the game, read my review. The two start dating, fall in love, get a dog, talk about kids, struggle with their relationship and drink a lot. discover a freaky fenced off area in the forest called Wapiti Station. Well and truly over it, Delilah and Henry decide to leave the next day.
It has a great deal of health compared to other mutantsand it can shatter a player's bone armor in landing hits on normal mode.
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Due to its long "legs", it can walk almost as fast as the player can run and will knock the player down with most of its attacks.
Explosives are by far, the most effective way to kill the end boss. If hit by one, it will become stunned, causing it to fall to the ground and seem dead. It is most vulnerable at this point. Range weapons such as the crafted bow and modern bow are excellent against the End Boss A good trick is to assign a bow and the flare gun to quick select.
Fire the flare gunthen quick select the bow and fire two arrows. Doing this quickly, allows the player to fire the flare gun without having to reload. Use quick select keys for items. It is a good idea to have a ranged weapon, flare guna healing or energy item, and a explosive set beforehand. It is possible to melee fight the End Boss, but its hits are hard and fast, making this a challenging option though might be best for those with poor aim.
Stock up on healing items as much as possible before the fight. Wear bone armor or, preferably, Creepy Armor as protection, max it out if possible. At some point probably late 19th or early 20th centurymany Christian missionaries or priests came to the peninsula.
The Latin Paperpresumably belonged to said Christian missionaries, can be found in an abandoned camp in Cave 1 surrounded by aged items such as raw dynamite sticks.
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The Virginia Sketch almost certainly belongs to the missionaries, as it is drawn in the same fashion. It can be found near the grey tents with Bibles and crosses that seem to be a hallmark of the missionaries, along with being near lots of mummified corpses, praying to an obelisk drawing.
Due to the presence of the Latin Paper, it can be assumed that the group of missionaries were Roman Catholics or similar, including someone with decent knowledge of church Latin. They left many Crucifixes scattered around the place, along with crosses projected on to walls sometimes near their heavily decayed and mummified corpses. Bibles too are a frequent find near their old camps and inside the caves next to the corpses.
Their corpses are often left alone and mummified, which suggests a sudden catastrophic event which led to their death. According to the Latin Paperthe Missionaries encountered a four legged woman, most likely referring to Virginia. This would mean that mutants at least were already on the peninsula at this point, further pointing towards the artifacts as the cause of the mutants. Sahara Therapeutics purchased the peninsula at some point to conduct its experiments on "eternal life" and resurrection through the obelisksand built a complex system of offices and research labsstretching as high as the mountains to deep below the ground into the caves.
The Jarius Project was probably first marketed as a program, whose aim was to heal terminally ill children.
These initial test subjects may have been sick children whose parents had volunteered them for participation in clinical trials at the facility where they were relocated to and continued receiving medical treatment. It's possible that Dr. Matthew Cross began experimenting with the artifact by using a living child to revive one that had died.
However, this would in turn result in the death of the submitted child, who themselves would subsequently need to be revived at the cost of another, thus creating a cycle of child sacrifice and resurrection. After the process, they were placed in observation rooms where they began to develop genetic mutations ranging from grotesque physical deformities to highly exponential growth rates. These genetic mutations were isolated and studied for their possible applications in other fields, such as cloning and adult longevity.
Almost all of the human inhabitants are gone, leaving behind decaying corpses, bloody body parts, and a few live mutants and cannibals. It is suggested that this has happened fairly recently, as the head scientist Dr. Cross can be found at the end of the game, dead. Presumably killed by his daughter who stuck crayons into him.
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Missing Children Milk carton with missing child. A newspaper clipping can be found with the headline " Siblings Still Missing " in Cave 3.
A milk carton can be found on the Yacht depicting Zachary, another missing child. It can be assumed that either Sahara took the children while the lab was still functional, in order to experiment on them, or to use the resurrection obelisk. Assorted Visitors Blue tent on the shore. There are many Abandoned Camps scattered across the The Forest. These groups include, but are not limited to: Diving camps can be found deep in the cavesin sections only accessible by using the rebreather.
They have tents inside the caves as well in the non-water portions, along with some tents on the inside wall of the cenote. Their sleeping bags and tents can be found all over the forest topside. They have a larger established camp with modern tents and film equipment scattered about, with scripts for a " Survivor " type program to be found on the ground nearby.
These groups appear to have come at assorted times, and all appear to have been cannibalised with no survivors. Yacht just off the coast of the island. At some point, a yacht crashed in a small bay on the west side of the peninsula. This yacht seems to have arrived in or later.
Supporting evidence includes the yacht magazine dated to He escapes through another exit and discovers Brian's old hiding spot, where he went to escape his father when he tried to teach him how to climb. He goes deeper into the cave using climbing equipment left at Brian's camp, and discovers Brian's decomposed body at the bottom of a cavern. Delilah is upset by the news, blaming herself for allowing Brian to stay. The next day, the fire at the government camp has grown out of control and an evacuation order is given for all the lookouts.
As Henry prepares to leave, the tracking device begins beeping. He follows the signal and discovers a tape with a recording from Ned. Ned claims in the tape that Brian's death was accidental, and that the boy fell due to climbing inexperience. Unwilling to return to society after Brian's death, Ned admits he has been living in secret in the area ever since and has chosen to venture deeper into the wilderness.
The government camp was simply studying wildlife; Ned had been using its radio equipment to ensure no one was looking for him and to create transcripts to scare Henry away. Delilah blames Ned for Brian's death and leaves on the helicopter. Henry goes to her tower, and he and Delilah say their goodbyes via radio.
Finally, the helicopter arrives and he is evacuated. A custom shader was also employed to produce more stylized and simplified foliage. It took longer to find a voice actor for Henry who the developers felt jibed with Jones; they ultimately cast Rich Sommer.
Jones and Sommer recorded their lines in separate studios, but while on conference calls with each other to achieve a more natural rapport. The actors made a decision not to meet during production to maintain the distance between their characters.
Taylor Dayne 's " Tell It to My Heart " was used as a placeholder in the scene, but Vanaman conceded that the song was too overwhelming, and would cost too much to license.
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