These animals are not marked on the offline map but some are revealed as you remove the fog. I"ll update their location below as I find them: Tiger - just south of Fortress D, X:530 Y:406WolfTibetan Wolf - common near south Kyrat. X:407 Y:425Dhole - X:240 Y:460Bear - near Chal Jama Monastery, south Kyrat. X:476 Y:465Wild Boar - just noth of Banapur, X:226 Y:457Wild Pig - far south east corner, X:488 Y:356DeerBharal - South Kyrat X:248 Y:433Demon Fish - found swimming in rivers or lakes, use camera to spot. X:360 Y:335Snow Leopard - encountered in The Himalayas - Arbuda (first mission for Y). X:590 Y:371Tapir - X:278 Y:450Python - grassy areas near bell towers X:355 Y:656Clouded Leopard - South Kyrat X:334 Y:405 South Kyrat Animal LocationsThe video below shows the location of all animals hidden behind the fog in the South of Kyrat. Includes Clouded Leopard, Bear and Pigs. Pause the video and make a note of the X and Y co-ordinates...then go hunting!
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Hunting Demon Fish VideoThe video below shows a simple hunting trip for Demon Fish. Notice the use of the Camera to mark the fishes location making it easier to kill them:
Plants and Syringes
Plants are used to craft Syringes which offers temporary benefits such as health restoration and enhanced combat. They come in a variety of forms but the general principle is that the colour depicts the usage. The list below shows what each colour means: Green - used to craft health restorationYellow - improve survival and focus abilitiesRed - enhances survival and hunting abilitiesBlue - enhances hunting and focus abilitiesWhite - help you turn the tide of a fightPurple - used in the higher level Syringes e.g OverdoseThe video below shows how to craft a simple Hunting Syringe:
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Auto crafted from two green plants.Health syringes are slightly different to the other unlockable syringes such as Focus, Survival and Hunting. Health syringes are automatically crafted whenever you pick up 2 green plants.To recover health you either use one of your health syringes, which is the default action, or you will perform first aid on yourself if you don"t have any crafted. The health syringe counter is located near the bottom left side of the screen, shown by a little green plus icon and a number indicating how many you have (see image above).Using a health syringe is much faster than fast aid and it leaves you less prone to attack during the healing process.Hunting Syringe
Crafted from Blue and Red plants.The Hunting Syringe is unlocked via the Elephant skill tree (blue). Using this Syringe will highlight enemies and animals for 30 seconds. The Level 2 version of this Syringe will make your virtually silent and animals won"t attack you or flee unless provoked.Focus Syringe
Crafted from Blue and Yellow plants.The Focus Syringe must also be unlocked via the Elephant skill tree (blue). Using the Syringe will help you run and swim faster, and also let you breath underwater for longer. The effects last for 30 seconds. The level 2 version of this syringe is probably one of the best, it makes it much harder for enemy weapons fire to hit you when you are moving.Survival Syringe
Crafted from Red and Yellow plants.The Survival Syringe will reduce physical (melee) damage and the chance of being knocked down by an enemy. The Syringe must be unlocked via the Elephant skill tree and it"s effects last for 30 seconds. The Level 2 version of this syringe will reduce the damage you take from weapons fire.Overdose Syringe
Crafted from White and Purple plants.The Overdose Syringe is a gamblers favourite. Although it will let you deal double damage you"ll also become susceptible to double damage yourself. The Syringe is unlocked via the 3rd row of the Elephant skill tree and it"s effects last for 30 seconds.
Items you can craft
There are a variety of items to craft in the game and all of them follow a similar pattern with size being the typical upgrade path. The more you upgrade, the more you can carry of a certain type of item. The lower level upgrades require common animal hides but usually the final upgrade will require a Quest Item which can only be acquired by completing the associated Quest. Weapon Holster1st Upgrade - 3 x Tibetan Wolf skin2nd Upgrade - 3 x Malayan Tapir skin3rd Upgrade - 3 x Honey BadgerCarry more weapons by crafting a larger holster. Each successive upgrade will give you an additional weapon slot enabling you to carry up to 4 weapons at once. More weapons means more firepower but it also helps you avoid ammunition shortages. When you start the game you"ll only have 2 weapon slots. Wallet1st Upgrade - 2 x Bharal skin2nd Upgrade - 3 x Macaque skin3rd Upgrade - 4 x Asian Rhino skinMad Devils Skin (only acquired through Kyrat Fashion Week)If you want to carry more money then you should craft a larger wallet. Without a large wallet you"ll have to spend money when you reach the limit before you can earn any more. This forces you into buying things you don"t really need and also prohibits you from buying the most expensive items later in the game. Loot Bag1st Upgrade - 2 x Sambar skin2nd Upgrade - 3 x pig skin3rd Upgrade - 4 x Demon Fish4th Upgrade - Ghost Bear skinLoot bags provide more space to carry loot, with each successive upgrade giving you additional slots in your inventory. Loot can be sold to vendors for cash so having an ample number of slots means you can loot more from dead animals and people without needing to sell it first repeatedly. Syringe Kit1st Upgrade - 2 x Wild boar skin2nd Upgrade - 3 x Tibetan Wolf skins3rd Upgrade - 4 x Malayan Tapi skins4th Upgrade - Sky Tigers skinThe Syringe Kit is used to hold syringes which provide health restoration and other temporary ability perks. Upgrading the kit will give you more slots to hold more syringes. With more slots you can carry a variety of temporary buffs including health restoration, combat enhancements and hunting buffs. Bait Bag1st Upgrade - 2 x Dhole skin2nd Upgrade - 3 x Yak skin3rd Upgrade - 5 x Bear skin4th Upgrade - Gulo"s SkinIn Far Cry 4 you can use bait to tempt animals into certain areas and let them cause havoc in enemy locations. The larger your bait bag the more bait you can carry. Using bait is one of the sneaky tactics introduced in the game for a varied take on Outpost destruction. Ammo Bag1st Upgrade - 2 x Wild boar skin2nd Upgrade - 3 x Bharal skin3rd Upgrade - 4 x Clouded Leopard skin4th Upgrade - Shadow leopards skinRunning out of ammo is never a good thing so upgrade your ammo bag to avoid those embarrassing situations. Throwables Bag1st Upgrade - 2 x Yak skin2nd Upgrade - 3 x Dhole skin3rd Upgrade - Bengal Tiger skin4th Upgrade - Black Water Dragons skinGrenades and throwing knives are two types of Throwable item. Upgrading the Throwables Bag will let you carry more of these types of items in your inventory. Explosives Bag1st Upgrade - Asian Rhino skin2nd Upgrade - 3 x snow leopard skin3rd Upgrade - 5 x Sambar skins4th Upgrade - Thick Skins hideC4 and Mines are just two of the explosives featured in Far Cry 4. They"re a hell of a lot of fun so upgrading your Explosives Bag will help you carry more of them. Heavy Ammo Bag1st Upgrade - 2 x Bengal Tiger skin2nd Upgrade - 3 x Bear skin3rd Upgrade - 4 x Snow Leopard skin4th Upgrade - Karkadanns skinBesides your smaller weapon, Heavy ammo plays an important role against a tougher enemy. Upgrade your heavy ammo bag to carry more of your strongest arsenal. Quiver1st Upgrade - 1 x Pig skin2nd Upgrade - 3 x Clouded Leopard skin3rd Upgrade - 4 x Honey Badger skin4th Upgrade - Tenzin"s skinUpgrade the Quiver to hold more regular arrow quivers and go on longer silent killing sprees.