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Control — Thicker Than Water Delusion guide

Thicker Than Water is a Delusion activity in Far Cry 6 Pagan: Control. In it, you’ll need to repair a statue and watch visions in Chal Jama Monastery. Here’s our Far Cry 6 Pagan: Control DLC guide to help you with the Thicker Than Water Delusion and the statue head puzzle.

Note: For more information, check out our Far Cry 6 guides and features hub. You can also take a look at the full world map and other points of interest.

Far Cry 6 Pagan: Control Thicker Than Water Delusion guide The statue head puzzle in Chal Jama Monastery

Chal Jama Monastery is found in the southern section of the Far Cry 6 Pagan: Control map (directly east of the Dinner Table safe zone).

Once you reach it, you can start the Thicker Than Water Delusion.

The initial goal is to repair the statue by finding its head. Simply climb the nearby hill and look for a well covered by wooden boards. You can break the boards and jump down (make sure you hit the water and not the stone ledge).

Go pick up the statue head. Then, shoot the gate’s locks and interact with the statue.

This will cause the lake to get drained. To open the monastery, you need to interact with the Pagan statue at the left-hand side (i.e., it should say “My Statue” when you mouse over it).

There are a handful of fire traps in the monastery, but you can easily avoid these.

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In the next sections, you can watch a couple of visions (i.e., Self-Reflection and New Beginnings). Once you’re done, you’ll hear the voice of Lakshmana telling you that it’s okay to leave.

Exit the temple and you’ll complete the Thicker Than Water Delusion in Far Cry 6 Pagan: Control. You’ll receive one temporary power that you can equip. Anyway, don’t forget to do the other Delusion missions such as Sound and Fury and House on Fire.

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Far Cry 6 is available via Ubisoft’s store and the Epic Games Store. For more information, check out our guides and features hub.

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