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             S    N    A    K    E            E    A    T    E    R

                  "      After the end of World War II,
                  the world was split into two--East and West.
          This marked the beginning of the era known as the Cold War.     "

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v1.31 (15-10-05)
 - Changed email address

v1.30 (06-09-05)
 - Spelling errors finally fixed
 - Fixed "Theme Movie Control" section (Brian P.)
 - More walkthrough alterations

v1.25 (05-25-05)
 - Amendment to Chyomaya Peschera Cave Branch (atstravis).

v1.20 (03-02-05)
 - Additonal walkthrough editing
 - Kerotan section (rough) added

v1.15 (02-20-05)
 - More slight walkthrough changes
 - Added Snake vs. Monkey stuff
 - Camo, weapons, items sections officially completed
 - Patriot isn't a special item as was previously listed

v1.10 (01-28-05)
 - Slightly tweaked walkthrough and added missing info
 - Added txt maps for Virtuous Mission, more coming later

v1.00 (01-24-05)
 - Walkthrough complete
 - Face paint complete, 2 missing uniforms
 - 1 missing weapon, items complete(?)

v0.40 (01-12-05)
 - Walkthrough through The Fear
 - Face paint (9/12), Uniform (26/29)
 - Added Characters section
 - Added Codename section

v0.20 (12-19-04)
 - Controls & Basics complete
 - Walkthrough through The Pain
 - Face paint (8/12) Uniform (24/29)
 - Weapons and Items almost complete

|  INTRO |
| Let me just start with the words "great game." You may find a lot of "duh"
| info in here, but it's better to have it than not. I've put more work into
| this than any other guide I've done (even though I haven't done many). This
| guide has about everything you need for the game and so far only has a few
| tiny holes that will fill in shortly. That's only due to the fact that the
| information in here has to be accurate. FYI, all directions (North, South,
| South-East, etc.) are abbreviated  (N, S, SE). Also, the guide may contain a
| few teenie weenie spoilers. I said "teenie weenie." Relax.
| The game is actually a prequel to the first two Metal Gear Solid games,
| taking place in 1964 just after the Cuban missile crisis over the course of
| just two weeks. Your codename is Naked Snake; you had been sent on a mission
| in Russia to rescue a scientist deep within the jungle. If successful, the
| FOX organization might have become a recognized branch of U.S. defense. But
| during the mission something went haywire. An American Davy Crockett
| portable missile system had been stolen and the anti-government Brezhnev
| faction used it to demolish a key military research facility. The Russian
| leader Khrushchev blamed the US, on the grounds that A: it was an American-
| made missile system and B: a U.S. aircraft signature was reported over
| Russian airspace about an hour prior to the event. If proof of innocence is
| not presented within a week, Russia will unleash a full-scale nuclear
| holocaust on the United States. What, specifically, did Khrushchev have in
| mind? The destruction of the U.S. defectant deemed responsible for the whole
| catastrophe--The Boss.

| 001 Controls
| 002 Basics
|     .Health
|     .CQC
|     .Intrusion View
|     .Camouflage
|     .Cure
|     .Food
|     .Alert
|     .Suppressor
| 003 Characters
|     .Snake
|     .Boss
|     .EVA
|     .Ocelot
|     .Volgin
|     .Zero
|     .Para-Medic
|     .Sigint
| 004 Pre Game
|     .Difficulty
|     .No Kill
| 005 Walkthrough
|     .Virtuous Mission
|     .Operation Snake Eater
| 006 Post Game
|     .Statistics
|     .Rewards
| 007 Weapons
| 008 Items
| 009 Camouflage
|     .Face paint
|     .Uniform
| 010 Food
| 011 Snake Vs. Monkey
| 012 Kerotan Frogs
| 013 Miscellaneous

|  001.Controls |
| Triangle - Action
| o Climb ivy-covered trees
| o Hang from tree limb
| o Climb up from hanging
| o Hop onto/over crates, logs, etc.
| o Open/close doors
| o Catch while falling
| o Zoom in while using various items and weapons
| o Change feed setting of some weapons
| o Cut snare traps
| Circle - CQC (Close-Quarters Combat)
| o With weapon not CQC Ready equipped: melee
| o With CQC Ready weapon equipped or with no weapon: CQC (covered below)
| o When pressed against wall/tree: knock on object
| o Use special item while item menu is open
| o Attach/remove suppressors when gun is highlighted in weapons menu
| o In menus: select
| X - Position
| o When standing: tap once to crouch (reverse is also true)
| o When standing: hold down to enter prone position (" ")
| o When running: tap to dive
| o When running: hold down to dive and enter prone
| o Drop from tree branches, ledges, etc.
| o Dive into water
| o When swimming: stroke
| o In menus: cancel
| o On radio: skip audio
| o Skip cutscene
| + Tip: the lower you are to the ground, the more accurate your shots will be
| Square - Use Weapon
| o Use equipped weapon (action varies according to weapon)
| o With no weapon equipped: pick up bodies
| Directional Pad - Stalk
| o Move slowly while making little sound and with no decrease in camouflage
| o In menus: navigate
| L1 - Aim
| o With SVD, Mosin Nagant, and RPG equipped: hold to look through scope
| o With other side arms equipped: sighting
| R1 - 1st Person View
| o Look in FPV
| o Movement is restricted other than crouching, sidestepping, and peeking
| o Weapon quick equip/unequip may also be used in FPV
| L2 - Item
| o Hold down L2 to open item window
| o Tap L2 to quickly equip or unequip last selected item
| o When pressed against a wall or tree: move to the right / peek to the right
| o In FPV: sidestep left (pressure sensitive)
| o In FPV, press L2 + R2 to peek over stuff (pressure sensitive)
| R2 - Weapon
| o Hold down R2 to open weapon window
| o Tap R2 to quickly equip or unequip last selected weapon
| o When pressed against a wall or tree: move to the left / peek to the left
| o In FPV: sidestep right (pressure sensitive)
| o In FPV, press L2 + R2 to peek over stuff (pressure sensitive)
| + Tip: unequipping a weapon will automatically reload the weapon with no wait
|  time. Quickly tapping R2 twice with a gun out is the fastest way to reload
|  as long as a clip/magazine is not depleted.
| Left Analog Stick - Movement
| o If tilted far, makes Snake run with noticeable sound and slight camo index
|  decrease
| o If slightly tilted, makes Snake stalk with little sound and no camo index
|  decrease
| o Press in the direction of a wall or tree to hug it (hold in that direction
|  to stay)
| o In FPV/scope/aim: aim camera/gun
| o In Intrusion View: move forward/backward and rotate
| o In menus: navigate
| Right Analog Stick - Camera
| o Move camera
| L3
| o In CQC chokehold: Interrogate
| o With Active Sonar item equipped: Scan
| R3 - Camera Lock
| o Press to lock camera in place after being moved
| Select - Radio
| o Call for help from one of several specialists
| o Save the game
| o Listen to music
| Start - Survival Viewer
| o Change camouflage, change equipped items and weapons, eat Food, Cure what
|  ails ya, set Options, view Map
| o Skip cutscene
| L1 + L2 + R1 + R2 + Select + Start - Soft Reset
| o Resets game to title screen

|  002.Basics |
| Your Health is the upper bar in the top left section of the screen. Your
| current health slowly regenerates at a rate determined by your Stamina (the
| bar below it). Your maximum Health also increases very slowly as you play.
| If you run out of health, Snake dies. You can also regain health by using a
| Life Medicine.
| + Tip: it's better to wait for Health to recover by itself if possible, since
|  Life Medicine supplies are extremely limited throughout the game.
| Stamina governs a couple concepts of the game: 1) How fast your Health
| recovers, and 2) your aiming accuracy. Stamina decreases very slowly over
| time, but the decay can be sped up by actions like running, swimming, and
| especially wounds and diseases. The speed at which stamina is lost through
| movement has to do with the total weight equipped between weapons and items.
| Stamina may be regained by eating, and is also affected in various ways by
| some camouflage uniforms' effects.
| o Tap repeatedly for combo attack + knockdown
| o With Left Analog Stick pressed in a direction, hit Circle to throw down
|  enemy and render him unconscious
| o With Left Analog Stick neutral, hold Circle to put enemy in chokehold. From
|  chokehold:
|   - Use Left Analog Stick to drag enemy around
|   - Press L3 to interrogate enemy
|   - Firmly press Circle to slit enemy's throat
|   - Press Square to use equipped weapon while using enemy as a shield
|   - Tap Circle repeatedly to choke the enemy and knock him out
|   - Keep tapping Circle after he's unconscious to break his neck and kill him
|   - Use Left Analog Stick + Circle to throw enemy to the ground (won't KO)
| + Tip: draw your gun when he's on the ground to hold him up
| By using the Mk22, you are able to knock out an enemy for a short period of
| time. The speed at which the tranquilizer takes effect depends on the
| placement of the darts and number of the darts. Getting a head or neckshot
| will instantly drop them. Shooting them in the torso will take several
| seconds to kick in, and shooting an appendage takes a very long time. If the
| target does not go to sleep immediately, more tranquilizers can speed up the
| process. They may also prolong the sleeping period, since after a little
| while guards will begin to wake up. This takes several minutes at the least,
| so even moving through an area very slowly should pose no problems.
| Dogs might awake if you go near them after they have been subdued. It's
| better off to just kill the dogs. What the FCC don't know won't hurt em.
| Like when tranquilizing, a well-aimed bullet can kill in one blow to the
| head. Chest shots take a few more hits, and arm/leg shots take even more
| bullets. Additionally, hitting a soldier in their right arm will make them
| drop their weapon, often resulting in their drawing a handgun if the arm is
| not rendered useless. Shooting them directly in their radio near the left
| shoulder will break it, preventing both incoming and outgoing calls. Even if
| you cannot afford to kill anyone, using a lethal weapon to disable radio and
| remove their weapon will not kill them but instead give you a greater
| advantage.
| Automatically engaged when crawling through thick grass and leaves and places
| you can only travel through by crawling. You will be in FPV but without
| restricted movement. You can enter FPV normally by pressing R1. Intrusion
| view will cancel when you leave the covering or stand up.
| Your Camo Index is at the top right of the screen. This shows the % of your
| camouflaged-ness. Obviously the bigger the number the more hidden you are.
| Choose the right camo and face paint for every environment you stay in for an
| extended period. This means changing it often. There is a huge variety of
| camouflage and its uses. See the camouflage section for all their locations
| and effects.
| Draw your gun from behind an enemy or in close proximity to one without his
| seeing you to hold him up. He won't make any moves as long as it's aiming
| towards him. You can hold an enemy up in FPV or out of it.
| Wounds restrict your maximum HP based on how many and to what extent your
| injuries are. Telltale signs of an injury or sickness are bleeding, rapid
| stamina loss, and the obvious red bar at the top of the screen. Injuries heal
| slowly over time but can be cured partially or wholly by using either a
| combination of or all the surgical items for each ailment.
| o Broken Bone: Splint + Bandage
| o Cut: Styptic + Disinfectant + Suture Kit + Bandage
| o Gunshot Wound: Knife + Styptic + Disinfectant + Bandage
| o Burn: Ointment + Bandage
| o Leech: Cigar
| o Bullet Bee: Knife + Styptic + Disinfectant
| o Arrow Bolt: Knife + Styptic + Bandage
| o Hypodermic Needle: Knife
| o (The medicinal cures are self-explanatory)
| + Tip: at the very least, extract all bullets with the knife, since you can't
|  run out of that surgical item.
| Man's gotta eat. Eat to regain lost stamina. You can either find food on
| guards occasionally or lying around encampments, but most of the time you'll
| have to hunt for your food. By killing your food, it will spoil over time.
| If food is tranquilized or caught with a mousetrap, it will never spoil,
| obviously due to the fact that it is still alive. However, you only have 3
| cages to keep small animals in but many more spots for killed (rationed)
| animals. Some large animals such as Indian Gavials and Markhors cannot be
| caged, so tranquilizing them will automatically turn them into rations. The
| time it takes for each food to rot depends on the type of food (i.e.: meat
| spoils faster than plants).
| There are 4 stages of an alert: no alert, caution, evasion, and alert. The
| current alert status is displayed if there is any, and the counter shown
| counts down to the next stage of alert.
| o Alert Mode
|   - Activated if directly spotted by the enemy
|   - Enemies know where you are
|   - Additional enemies will come as long as the alert is active, up to a
|    certain point
|   - Counter goes down when you are completely out of sight (speed is
|    determined by the distance between you and the nearest enemy)
|   - Counter disappears completely when all enemies that know of your presence
|    are gone
| o Evasion Mode
|   - Activated by cancellation of Evasion mode
|   - Enemies don't know where you are but are more alert than usual and
|    patrol more aggressively
|   - No more enemies will come as long as this mode is active
|   - Counter goes down if you stay out of sight (speed " ")
|   - Counter disappears completely when all enemies are gone
| o Caution Mode
|   - Activated either by cancellation of Evasion mode, if an enemy hears
|    gunfire or is hit and not dropped, or if an unconscious soldier who knows
|    you are here is woken up, but didn't necessarily spot you
|   - Enemies may or may not increase in number, based on radio call status
|   - Enemies are slightly more alert than usual
|   - Counter goes down if you stay out of sight (speed " ")
|   - Counter disappears completely when all enemies that know of your presence
|    are gone
| A radio call for support has different effects depending on the situation.
| There are three types of radio calls:
| o Alert Call
|   - If radio call is completed on alert mode, enemies will keep coming
|    until no more can be spared
|   - If radio call is interrupted, support group comes
| o Caution Call
|   - If radio call is completed, caution mode is activated, and may or may
|    not request support group
|   - If radio call is interrupted, support group comes
| o Support Call
|   - If radio call is completed, support group comes and may or may not
|    activate caution mode
|   - If radio call is interrupted, support group may or may not come
| + If a call is "interrupted," the soldier was taken out somewhere between
|  opening the call and completing it
| This seems like really vague information, but in reality the effects of all
| radio calls are hard to predict. It's also hard to determine whether or not a
| call in no alert mode will be a caution or support call, but every radio call
| completed in alert mode will produce many enemies. Therefore, it is possible
| to enter alert mode and, if all witness guards are removed before the link
| has been opened, alert mode will cancel. Also, leaving the area will not
| affect the alert status, but it will nullify all support calls made. If
| chaff grenades, for example, are used before the link is opened, the call
| doesn't count.

|  003.Characters |
| Jack
| Codename: Naked Snake
| Sex: Male
| Age: Unknown
| Nationality: U.S.A
| Birthdate: Unknown
| Birthplace: Unknown
| Address: Unknown
| The main focus of attention, Snake is one of the CIA's chief operatives as
| well as FOX's pointman. He was sent to Russia on a simple retrieval mission,
| where a kidnapped scientist was to be secretly escorted back to the U.S. But
| along the way the mission went awry and now he has America's biggest national
| crisis riding upon his shoulders unbeknownst to every single American.
| Codename: The Boss
| Frequency: 141.80 (Virtuous Mission)
| Sex: Female
| Age: Unknown
| Nationality: U.S.A
| Birthdate: Unknown
| Birthplace: Unknown
| Address: Unknown
| Snake's mentor and eternal friend, The Boss and Snake had an unbreakable
| relationship up until her defection to the USSR. Now, Snake's sole purpose in
| his mission is to find and destroy his best companion, whose bond to him runs
| deeper than the meaning of "love." Will he listen to his orders or his heart?
| Codename: EVA
| Frequency: 142.52 (Operation Snake Eater)
| Sex: Female
| Age: 28
| Nationality: U.S.A
| Birthdate: 5/15/1936
| Birthplace: Meridien, ID.
| Address: Unknown
| The sultry spy sent to aid Snake in his mission, EVA doubles as Colonel
| Volgin's seductive suppressant in order to gain information about the
| infamous Shagohod and of his other plans.
| Codename: Ocelot
| Sex: Male
| Age: Unknown
| Nationality: Unknown
| Birthdate: Unknown
| Birthplace: Unknown
| Address: Unknown
| This cocky sharp shooter is only after one thing--proving himself to Snake.
| While all he does is pick fights, he and Snake share a strange symbiotic
| relationship based on rivalry as opposed to hatred. Headstrong and unruly, he
| submits to no one but his ego.
| Colonel Volgin
| Sex: Male
| Age: Unknown
| Nationality: U.S.S.R
| Birthdate: Unknown
| Birthplace: Unknown
| Address: Unknown
| Electricity violently pulsates through this man's body, allowing him to
| unleash it at his whim. He can use his own hands as weapons, placing shells
| between his fingers and exploding it using nothing but his own voltage. He
| is the twisted commander of GRU, a Russian faction bent on overthrowing the
| dominant power in the USSR as well as making Russia the world's dominant
| super power. With possession of the Shagohod, that desire was manifested.
| The Cobra Unit
| N/A
| The Cobra Unit--the "sons" of The Boss--was a specially formed task force
| assimilated by The Boss herself and consisted of The Joy, Boss' former
| codename; The Sorrow, the medium; The End, the sniper; The Fear, the stealth
| tactician; The Pain, the main muscle; and The Fury, a fire-hardened
| astronaut. Together they stormed the beaches of Normandy and faced many other
| successes and hardships united, their bond only going stronger through the
| years. They were to serve primarily as the Philosophers' protectors and
| enforcers according to Volgin's plans. That is, until The Boss' prodigy
| son--Snake--interfered.
| Codename: Major Zero
| Frequency: 140.85
| Sex: Male
| Age: 55
| Nationality: U.K
| Birthdate: 8/12/1909
| Birthplace: Exeter, England.
| Address: Portsmouth, NH.
| This know-it-all Brit keeps Snake informed of every aspect of his mission at
| all times. He serves as Snake's guidance at times and keeps everything moving
| on schedule.
| Codename: Para-Medic
| Frequency: 145.73 (medic) / 140.96 (save)
| Sex: Female
| Age: 28
| Nationality: U.S.A
| Birthdate: 6/22/1936
| Birthplace: Boston, MA.
| Address: Boston, MA.
| The over the top movie buff helps Snake out with all his medical concerns and
| allows Snake to save the game at his desire.
| Codename: Sigint
| Frequency: 148.41 (Operation Snake Eater)
| Sex: Male
| Age: 24
| Nationality: U.S.A
| Birthdate: 11/11/1939
| Birthplace: Nashville, TN.
| Address: Langley, VA.
| Sigint wrote the book on all military gadgetry and their design. He can
| answer any questions Snake has about weapons, devices, and camouflage pattern
| as well as provide some comic relief to the desperate situation.

|  004.Pre-Game |
| These are the following things you should consider before starting a new
| game.
| Extremely dense guards that are few in number. Free use of the EZ gun from
| the start, where Camo Index stays at 80% regardless of anything and has
| unlimited ammunition, although it has a one-bullet feed capacity. Maximum
| ammo for weapons is on average 2x that of normal difficulty. Health starts at
| about 75% and recovers quickly.
| Slightly more alert guards and a few more in number as compared to very easy.
| EZ gun no longer available. Max ammo and health are the same as very easy.
| Average (game difficulty-wise) guards, numbers, and ammunition. Health starts
| at about 50%.
| Guards are more aware, greater in number, and maximum ammo is about 1/2 that
| of normal. Health is the same as normal.
| EXTREME (play through once to unlock)
| Guards are completely aware and are very numerous. Maximum ammo is about the
| same as hard, but health starts at about 25%.
| Your status of time taken, alerts set off, people killed, etc. is constantly
| being recorded throughout your adventure. Depending on what kind of
| credentials you meet, you may get rewarded with several valuable items. Jump
| to the Post Game section if you're aiming for a certain reward, but for the
| first time playing it's best to not worry about these things and just enjoy
| the story. And you can easily replay this, seeing as the game itself isn't
| too long.

|  005.Walkthrough |
| + The entire game takes place in Tselinoyask, Russia--"The Virgin Cliffs".
| - Cutscene: Introduction / Mission Briefing / HALO Drop -
|                /E/                   1. Life Medicine (LF MED)
|               /  \_
|              |  T  \_
|               \    |1\
|                \  /\ \                               N
|            \\/  \__\ \                            W + E
|             \_        /                               S
|               \ S  /
| S = Start / E = Exit / T = Climbable Tree
| Meet Snake, the first documented person to ever save the world single-
| handedly while pulling off a mullet. MacGyver was the second. But let's get
| started. Go E to pick up a Life Med, then drop down and climb the tree
|(Triangle) and hang from the branch (Triangle) to retrieve your backpack.
| Listen to Major Tom, Para-Medic, and The Boss (no relation to Tony Danza)
| talk your ear out in the longest (not kidding) radio conversation in the
| game.
| - Cutscene: CQC Basics -
| Continue on to the swamp.
|                \E\                   1. Bug Juice
|                | |                   2. Grenades
|                | |                   3. Mk22 Bullet
|             ___/ /_                  4. Mk22 Suppressor
|            / 4     \
|            \     3  \
|            |  1  2 /
|            / /\__/
|            \ \
|             \S\
|             | /
| Walk straight through this area, being sure not to hop on a croc. You can
| kill em and eat em with either your knife or your gun, but there's no need to
| stock up on food now. Be sure to pick up the Mk22 ammo and suppressor pack,
| grenades, and bug juice in this area. Trudge through the mud when you're done
| poking the crocs, but don't stray too far away from the shore.
| - Cutscene: Soldiers? -
|                /E|                   1. SVD
|           ____| G \___               2. Stun Grenades
|          /  G____     \              3. Mk22 Bullet (in stump)
|          \4 /   _\  G4 \             4. Thermal Goggles (in log)
|           \ \__/T      |             5. Grenades (in stump)
|            \         3 |
|            |G|\2 /
|           (   \   
|            \   \_
|            / /\ 1 /
|            |S|   
| G = Guard
| After the radio call, it's time to experience your first encounter with the
| dull, unsuspecting USSR soldiers of MGS3. Before you head N to engage them,
| go W to a little side-area and pick up the SVD sniper rifle, your first
| lethal weapon. Equip it from your Backpack in the Survival Viewer (Start).
| Instructions are shown in the weapons window (R2) on operating it when the
| gun is selected and the menu is open. It's best to go ahead and sneak around
| and/or silently remove guards (this is crucial to success on higher
| difficulties), but sometimes you might just have to face them. Remember that
| if you hear a guard say "Who's that?" or something similar, first of all
| don't move, crouch down, and hit him with more needles than a heroin druggie
| if he comes close to you. If he doesn't move, he'll eventually say something
| along the lines of "I must be seeing things" to let you know when you're in
| the clear.
| + Look over the Basics section for more information on dealing with soldiers.
| When shooting at any and everybody in this game, always aim for the head or
| right in the ol' jugular. If you're using a lethal weapon, a headshot will
| take them out in one hit. The same applies to tranqs. When shooting the chest
| and limbs, bullets will mysteriously kill them after so many, but it takes a
| much more. A tranquilizer put in a chest or limb takes so much longer than
| one put in the head. You either wait for it to kick in or waste more darts to
| speed it up.
| + Tip: try picking up bodies with Square. The fallen guards may drop various
|  supplies when picked up.
| - Cutscene: Hornets -
|             __/E|___                 1. XM16E1
|            /G       \                2. Mk22 Bullet
|           (|      G  |               3. Pentazemin
|            \\__  ____|
|             ||\  
|                || 1,2,3
|             ___||___
|            |    G   |
|            \\       |
|             \/
|              /S|
| Shoot down the hornet nest to make the guard buzz off--which will hopefully
| remove the guards from the other side as well--then waddle your way across
| the bridge.
| + Tip: you won't fall off the bridge when stalking
| If you're up to it, hang onto the left side at the N end of the bridge by
| running off (you'll catch the edge), drop down (X), catch the branch
| (Triangle), climb up (Triangle), and grab the XM16E1, M22 ammo, and a little
| something called Pentazemin, a suppressant that steadies your hands--ideal
| for sniping. If you're not oh so daring, shoot down the other hornet nest to
| the N if the guards are still there. Go around to the left and down the path
| to the cave. Go N when you're ready.
| + Tip: if you let a body drop off the bridge, then yes, Einstein, it does
|  count as a kill if they're not dead already. So does pushing unconscious
|  bodies into water, for future reference.
| - Cutscene: Tight Security -
|                  ___________/ /      1. M37 Shotgun
|               __|_________  \/       2. XM16E1 Suppressor (upstairs)
|              |     4 |  X L |        3. XM16E1 Bullet (upstairs)
|              | GC   _|__ _| |        4. Life Medicine
|      ________|  |         | |
|     |   |23--|  |___C|__C_|G|
|     | G  --| G|    | G    |
|     |   |1     CC  C        |
|     | G        |
|     |             G    |
|     | S |
| - = Stairs / C = Crawlspace / L = Ladder / X = Destination
| * Guard positions here are relative and they will have greater patrol sweeps
|  here than usual
| The best way of going about this without raising any alarms is to shoot the
| doosh (douche?) directly in front of you with the Mk22 (the XM16 is too noisy
| now; if you want to use it get the SP at the top of the stairs first). Grab
| the M37 after you've KO'd the guard near the bottom of the stairs. With the
| shotgun you're the life of the party, which obviously attracts unwanted
| attention. You can either be a spy or get your Rambo on. Move E along the
| fence and remove the guard on the E side of the building. Climb up the
| ladder, and at the top, shoot any potential problems in the neck before
| jumping onto the deck below and getting the Life Medicine if you need it
| before approaching the door. This is the first PONR (point of no return) of a
| handful to come. Of course, this doesn't really matter since there's nothing
| of significance here to come back to anyhow.
| - Cutscene: Sokolov / Secret Weapon -
| Tom will call to check up on your standings with the mission. Snake will
| have two different answers to Tom's question of how he handled the sentries
| depending on whether you killed any or not. Get ready to watch one of the
| coolest cinemas.
| - Cutscene: Ocelot -
| After Tom's call, it's back to the bridge. Don't bother collecting items,
| food, etc. Trust me.
| - Cutscene: Boss' Defection / Bye-Bye Sokolov, Hello Cobras -
| Kuwabara?... Not only was the Virtuous Mission a complete failure, but Boss
| has defected to the USSR and Snake has a splitting headache. Fix yourself up
| in the Survival Viewer. Put a splint on your broken bones and styptic,
| disinfectant, and sutures on the cuts. Don't forget to put bandages on; they
| seem to heal up about every type of wound pretty well.
| - Cutscene: Still Kickin' / Remember the Alamo -
| - Save Prompt 01 -
| - Theme Movie: "Snake Eater" -
| - Cutscene: Proof of Innocence / A Regular Alan Shepard -
| Just keep truckin', there's no one for miles. Be a glutton and catch every
| animal that moves.
| + Tip: You have 3 cages and a multitude of ration slots. If you kill or
|  tranquilize animals that won't fit in a cage, it will be stored as a ration.
|  Rations will spoil over time, so be sure to eat it before it spoils or throw
|  it out when it does (if it's spoiled, the animal icon next to its name will
|  have changed). However, if you tranquilize an animal small enough to occupy
|  a cage, you can keep it and eat it whenever you wish without any fear of its
|  going bad.
|  Additionally, getting the Markhor codename (catch every animal) is about
|  CATCHING, not killing, which means even animals you've captured in a cage,
|  even if you set them free, will still be checked off the list.
| Jump off the ledge to the N, go E, and...
| - Cutscene: Go Home American -
| The Boss just blew up your ride and f'n broke your gun (that's not all, you
| had a pantload of suppressors with you!). What a bitch! First things first,
| get down and hide. Guards are gonna come runnin when they see that mess you
| made. Lay down beside the N passage and wait until they investigate the
| crash. You can sneak by them, which will eventually raise a caution alert, or
| you can throw a stun grenade at them before they call in to HQ for smooth
| sailing. From there, go to the W fork and crawl between the sentries using
| the grass and other obstacles as cover. Taking them on here isn't a smart
| idea with only your knife and grenades, but if you simply can't resist, who
| am I to say no?
| Same ol, same ol, we're back at the bridge. It seems like Kojima compensated
| for your lost gun by making the guards blind and deaf. Either way, you can
| literally run up behind the guy on the bridge before taking him out with a
| CQC throw--that is, if you don't fall off the bridge. After you do, drop off
| the side near the end to get to the cave underneath (or crawl around to it).
| Under there is the Raindrop uniform, Life Med, and some smoke grenades. Watch
| out for the guy patrolling the path to the cave. If you fell down, you have
| the advantage of taking him out from behind (assuming he's facing N).
| Rest assured, this place is devoid of enemies. Grab the smoke grenades to the
| NW, AK-47 up the stairs, the bug juice on the E side, Zombie face paint
| behind the warehouse, and the cardboard box atop the crates. If you've got
| some free time, keep calling Sigint with the box on. Once you squeeze a
| reaction out of him, call him with anything else you fancy equipped. In the
| room S of Sokolov's there's a Mine Detector in the SE corner. Enter Sokolov's
| quarters, open the locker to the SW, Thermal Goggles are inside. What, did
| you actually expect him to still be there? Exit.
| + Tip: if you're unsure about any camouflage just call Sigint when you put
|  it on. He'll also tell you the details of and possibly the history behind
|  any weapons you have equipped.
| - Cutscene: Who Are The Patriots? -
| Para-Medic will second EVA's notion for your rest. Hm... I wonder why EVA
| didn't say the password...
| - Save Prompt 02 -
| - Cutscene: Wakeup Call -
| The guards outside are ready to kick your ass. That is, if they can find it.
| The only way to go through with this is to immediately go under the bed and
| have stun grenades ready. Toss one immediately when the door opens. If that
| doesn't knock out 4 guards, keep tossing them (not all at once) until you're
| stuck with 4 less enemies. From there, go down through the trap door in the
| corner (Triangle) and shoot the guards on the E side and the one right in
| front of the opening due S of you. You'll probably make several leg shots
| that will take several seconds to get the job done. Don't bother wasting your
| suppressor here, it won't do anything. Make your way to the E side and find
| a spot where you can safely take the roofer out. Climbing up the ladder
| without his seeing you is doable, but tricky. Either way, taking out the few
| guards left from the roof is usually easy pickins with the exceptions of the
| stragglers on the W sector of the complex. Once all of them have been
| disposed of, raid the bodies for loot and go to the NE sector to initiate a
| cutscene.
| - Custcene: Bitch's Perfume -
| Walk on to Chyornyj Prud.
| This place is guard-free too. All you have to worry about are those damn
| leeches and crocs. You'll pick up a leech every couple strokes in the water
| without your bug spray on. You'll have to burn every single last prick off
| with a cig in the Cure menu if you don't. Once in the water, swim underneath
| the submerged log to the left, turning any croc that comes within 100 feet
| of you into swiss cheese (yes, you can use guns underwater...). On land
| you'll get a call from EVA. Blah Blah. Climb the tree and hang from the
| branch. Work your way across the tightline until you come to another rope
| underneath you. Drop down and catch it, then continue onto the island to
| receive your honorary croc club hat. Really useful later on. Afterwards, go
| to the next area through either exit; they both lead to the same place.
| There are two guards up front, which you should be able to drop no problemo
| without crossing to the other side of the fence. Shooting the transformers on
| either end of the fence will disable the electric current for those of you
| that can't help not running into it. If you see Claymores on the ground (the
| small boxes; use thermals if you can't see them), just crawl over them to
| pick them up. Now, STEPPING on one is a whole other story. On top of
| receiving damage as well as nasty burns, it'll trigger a caution alert. Now
| onto doggy style. Shoot out any dogs you see from here on, whether they're
| sleeping or not. They'll bring attention to you if you go anywhere near them.
| They'll also find you anywhere if they've picked up your scent; camo doesn't
| do any good. Sometimes the guards nearby will hear the death whine of a dog
| you shot and go to check on Sparky. Pop em. Make your way E to the mud and
| disable the guard you see halfway through. Step on the small ledge on the
| right and at the end of it is the Splitter camo uniform. Shoot anyone else
| visible from that point. Continue N to d-bo the Choco Chip uniform from the
| hollowed stump past the fence, and head up the NW path to exit.
| Jump inside the trench and crawl around, picking up the Snow face paint along
| the way. Head over to the large building, taking out every guard that comes
| within sight of the trench, and climb up to the roof to receive the Water
| uniform. There are a lot of guards to take out here; only take out the ones
| with a clear view of the trench. But if you get lucky, the guards will keep
| checking on the ones on the ground, allowing you to claim about half the camp
| from one spot. Once you meet a guy at the N mounted machine gun, hold him at
| gunpoint or whatever game you want to play with him before removing him. Yes,
| those big beautiful guns look tempting but so much as one bullet fired will
| raise an alarm if anybody's still up and about. Either exit the area, or if
| you want to take the time to explore the buildings you'll an M19 SP in the
| main building, food and a mousetrap in the one N of it, and ammo, grenades,
| and TNT in the NE armory. Otherwise, move on.
| + Tip: if you engage the enemy here or anywhere else, blowing up armories
|  like the one in the NE corner here will severely limit their firepower and
|  thus inflict less damage to your person. Blow them up either with the
|  machine gun or TNT you found. It should only take about 2 or 3 explosives to
|  ignite the building.
| + Tip: always remember to take off suppressors during boss battles
|    Also, the Mk22 pistol and stun grenades won't take off a boss's health but
|    his/her stamina instead. Draining bosses' stamina instead of killing them
|    won't add to your kill count and additionally will leave you with a goodie
|    most of the time.
| o Stalling him:
|   - Shoot his hat off
|   - Shoot down a local wasp nest
|   - Walk to the N edge of the stage to initiate a quick-draw duel
| o Ammo is mainly in SE corner; WP grenades are on top of tree
| o Stamina kill: Animal uniform
| Welcome to your first boss battle of the game. Camouflage does nothing here,
| you ninny. The only thing keeping you safe from his bullets are trees, rocks,
| and woodland creatures, although you can still get hit anywhere with
| ricochet. The techniques used to beat him couldn't be any more basic--just
| shoot him when he peeks his head out and when he decides to reload in the
| open. On higher difficulties you'll need to take cover from his shots.
| Ducking behind the rock on the left is usually the best choice. But on normal
| and easier you can just stand still and take it if you're not a horrible
| shot. He can't hide if you're on top of the tree branch, but keep in mind
| that shooting from there makes you an easy target as well. Only try this if
| you have excellent accuracy--if you shoot him first you won't be hit. 
| Defeating him non-lethally (depleting his stamina rather than his life) will
| earn you an Animals camo uniform. It's similar to the Choco Chip but has even
| better coverage and grants non-shaky hands when holding a gun, regardless of
| stamina position. A camo well worth the effort (my 2nd most favoritest camo).
| - Cutscene: OFF, Anyone? -
| You've passed another PONR. Don't forget to pick up your Animals uniform if
| you defeated Ocelot with tranqs (first time playing I did it by accident
| thinking I had my M19 out). Light up a cigar and take first the left path,
| then go for a dip in the lake. Some ammo's at the bottom. Swim through the
| passage underwater to emerge in another part of the cave. In there you'll
| find the Night Vision Goggles and some rations. A battery and AK-47 ammo is
| on land at the N end of the pool (thanks to atstravis). Backtrack to the 1st
| room, equipping the NVG if necessary. Take the right fork this time, then go
| left. Continue on to reach 2 waterfalls. Between them is a box containing a
| torch. You can use this instead of NVG if you want to conserve battery
|(although it will recharge over time), but keep in mind that usage in guard-
| ridden areas makes you attractively visible. You can also use it as a weapon
|(more entertainment than functional) to light the enemy ablaze. Backtrack a
| little until you come to a crawlspace to the right. As vague as these
| directions are you'll be able to find it. From here on it's pretty much one
| direction without any note-worthy finds.
| At the fork in the beginning, go right and enter the surprisingly roomy
| crawlspace after picking up the M37 shotgun and Mk22 ammo. Gut any tasty
| seafood you see along the way. Upon reaching the roof extension, grab the
| Snow uniform and continue crawling. Nab some smoke grenades and meet up with
| The Pain.
| o Attacks:
|   - hornet armor (invincible)
|   - hornet sting
|   - grenade
|   - hornet suit (you're immobilized)
|   - tommy gun
|   - bullet bee
| o Ammo is on the rocks, grenades are in water.
| o Stamina kill: Hornet uniform
| The Pain can be pretty mean and bumpy to strangers. You're in for an easy
| brawl, seeing as he absolutely doesn't move the entire time. To start, simply
| pelt him in the noggin with whatever you please. After a few he'll enter
| pissy buzzy Hornet Armor mode--all attacks are neutralized. Throw any grenade
|(besides chaff or smoke, brainiac) somewhere near him to blow it off, then
| continue to plug the bug. If you toss a grenade when he's without armor, the
| wasps may catch it and bring it back to you. Eventually Pain will sick his
| buggers at you, at which point you should swim with the fishes. He'll also
| whip out his tommy for you (oh! so big!). You can either throw a trusty
| grenade the second he shouts out "Tommy Gun" or dive into the water for
| safety (lucky you--this is a Japanese game; all the characters shout out
| their attacks before using them). When in the water, you can occasionally pop
| up to shoot him, but you can't grenade him too well. Climb back up on any
| rock when it's safe. When you've got him down to 1/2 health or stamina he'll
| launch his bullet bees (seen with red trails) which take off a serious amount
| of health. They can be easily avoided when seen coming by--guess what--a dip
| in the lake. Frankly, I don't even know why you're using a strategy guide for
| this bastard.
| Afterwards, step onto the thin ledge to the right of the exit, and at the top
| roll onto the middle platform The Pain's camo is on if you tranqed him. This
| grants you dominion over bugs and other various creepy crawlies. If you
| squashed him with bullets, you missed out on some cool useless camo.
| - Cutscene: Search Party -
| Nothing much here. You'll find some D-Meds from the fruits lying around at
| the beginning. You'll also find some ammo for the Mk22, M19, and AK-47. Just
| watch out for the Claymores near it. Afterwards, walk on through.
| Now would be a great time to try on that handy dandy Croc Cap. When swimming,
| you're invisible with the Croc Cap is on, regardless of camo. Even if you're
| standing up when a searchlight passes onto you, crouch down quickly and go
| about your bisnass. About halfway through, pick up some chaffies underwater
| and head W.
| Take out the guards from the water before climbing to the pier. Easy as cake.
| Inside the room is an SVD sniper rifle, TNT, grenades, and ammo. Backtrack.
| Swim north to the warehouse with your Croc Cap still on.
| - Cutscene: Russian Roulette -
| There are 3 guards here which pose no problem. For some reason your Croc Cap
| works here too. Once they're limp, step onto the barges to collect AK-47 and
| Mk22 ammo and stun grenades. Behind the crates you'll find some Night Vision
| Goggles if you missed them in the cave.
| There are 3 guards here, too: one at the bottom of the small stairs, one 
| patrolling the far crates, and one near the top of the larger staircase.
| Knock out the first two and you can take the third out from the left wall by
| moving very slowly. Make sure backup doesn't come. Grab the Desert face paint
| behind some boxes to the S. Notice the door at the bottom of the stairs you
| just went down. You'll have to come back to it eventually. Pick up a Mk22 SP
| pack atop the stack of boxes by jumping over the rail above it. Behind the 
| door halfway up the tall stairs is some Noodles, a Calorie Mate, and a
| mousetrap. Skeedaddle.
| Here you'll find a lot of bad eats, but you will find a few Instant Noodles
| spread about and a book (Japanese spread models; not exactly my taste but
| still entertaining). You can throw those about to distract some horny guards.
| The rope-triggered traps here you can crawl under or roll over, and snare
| traps--the ones that pick you up and dangle you by your feet--can be disarmed
| with Triangle. Pitfalls can be ran over, just don't stop. Whatever you do, do
| NOT stop or de good Lawd have amussy on your soul. All traps can be easily
| seen with Thermal Goggles, strangely. Don't bother going through here setting
| off all the suspiciously placed traps; they'll just be reset later.
| Kill the dog first and then you can easily take out the other guards. Crawl
| through the hole in the fence to the far left. Once you're sure everybody's
| takin a break (by that I mean they're dead, etc.), pick up an M19 SP on the
| W wall. The crawlspace below you is quicker but the other way's easier. If
| you go to the E side, you'll find a door. Locked. No problem, just ask
| somebody to let you in. Put your back up against the door and knock on it
| with Circle. Then, play a little ding dong ditch by diving into the grass on
| your right. Shoot him when he opens the door. Sucka.
| If you went through the door, crawl along the outside wall to reach the grass
| patch right in front of the door (not the big doors, the smaller one to the
| right). There should be a guard patrolling the area. Pop him. There are also
| a few walking around way on the other side of the area. These are the guards
| you'll see up close if you went through the crawlspace. Take them out either
| way. Head to the NE armory to find TNT and M19, M37, and AK-47 ammo and
| reunite with your badass XM16E1. Exit the shack and you'll find some
| claymores and smoke g's on the back of the W wall past the guards. Go about
| halfway down the wall and you'll find a crawlspace to enter the lab. Take off
| your facepaint and slap on that Scientist uniform EVA gave you. With that on
| it's like Where's Waldo. You're impossible to find. You can either get the
| Oyama face paint by using the crawlspace or you can just go through the front
| door if you don't really feel like collecting the goofiest face paint ever.
| Crawl through the ducts and pick up the Oyama face paint. Keep going until
| you reach the courtyard. Go through the door to the W. In the lab, don't
| start anything. To not make trouble with any guards, say, if you run into one
| or make a weird motion, look them in the eye when they yell at you. Leave
| when they tell you to. And don't do anything that would obviously get you
| shot at. Also, don't let any scientists see your face. If they look at you,
| turn your back and leave. Of course, if for some reason you wanna take anyone
| out whether it be guard or 4 eyes scientist, do it from behind and hide the
| body in a locker, for instance, when no one's looking so as not to raise a 
| caution alert. Anyways, if you need some supplies, head downstairs to B1
| East. If not, head upstairs to 2F.
| In the guard's office you'll find Mk22 bullets and some Antidotes. Under his
| desk is M19 and M37 ammo. Go to the end of the hall and into the 2nd prison
| cell. When no one's looking, crawl under the bed to pick up a Life Med.
| There's nothing in the ducts. A mousetrap is in the 3rd cell. When you're
| done snooping head back up the stairs.
| Keep going upstairs.
| Go N. In the first door you'll find a Mk22 SP. In the 2nd you'll find the
| bathroom. Notice the last stall is locked. When no one is around punch the
| shit out of the door. It'll pop off (and possibly crush you in the process)
| and inside is the Fly camo. Sweet! Awesome! Idiot! In the hall, go to the end
| and check the first two lockers on the left to find XM16 and AK-47 ammo. Go
| through the door if you didn't pick up the Choco Chip uniform in Bolshaya
| Past South. Else, go back and head SW. In the next door you come to a Calorie
| Mate and two Instant Noodles are laying around. In the last door you'll find
| another balcony. Here you'll find a book. That's everything on the 2F. You
| can drop off the balcony for fun or go back down the stairs. Either way is
| fairly safe.
| Go S and in the 3rd locker you'll find some M19 bullets. Go into the
| library--the door across from the lockers--and pick up Med supplies. Be
| careful of the scientist. Here, I think it's easier to just KO throw him from
| behind with your labcoat off, but only if it's mano-y-mano. No one else can
| see you. If you removed the outfit, put it back on and exit. Move W, N, then
| W through the lobby and down the stairs to B1 West.
| Go in the door on your right and the end of the hallway to pick up the Cigar
| Gas Spray. This is really the only weapon you can use as a scientist, plus
| it's non-lethal. Exit and go into the door across the hall. There's another
| dude in here too. Light up a Cuban in his face (the gas spray one...). Go
| into the next room, stepping over the geek's limp body. Here, just avoid
| the poindexters rather than try to knock them out. There's a battery right
| when you walk in. Run down the isle like you don't wanna get married and meet
| up with your next objective.
| - Cutscene: Nice Shoes / Philosopher's Legacy -
| Now make your way through to the stairs. Easy as it was walking in.
| Run through the computer area. In the room after that, immediately use the
| Cig Spray after opening the door. Then, just go back to the duct in the
| courtyard. It's a lot easier to leave through there than it is the front
| door.
| Take your scientist coat off and for Pete's sake smear something on your
| face. Do the same thing you did before, only backwards. Take out all the
| guards then exit through the hole to the SW.
| Same goes for here, too. Nothing's changed. Take out any guards you see and
| prepare for a fight.
| o Ammo is everywhere
| o Stamina kill: Spider uniform
| First and foremost, Cure the venom and remove and bandage the bolt. Once
| that's taken care of, take out your Thermal Goggles--you'll rely on them
| heavily throughout the battle. He'll pretty much stay in the trees, and stop
| occasionally for you to shoot him while he shoots back at you. If you're
| using a blood thirsty full auto, it'll be over pretty fast, but using the
| Mk22 takes a little longer. Both ways are incredibly easy, seeing as your
| shots deal more damage than it did on Pain. The only difference is The Fear
| will start to look for food when his stamina gets low. Shoot up some Poison
| Dart Frogs and poisonous mushrooms for him to snack on (with a lethal
| weapon). He's a lousy shot, so whipping him up some poisonous food even while
| he's firing like a maniac is still a walk in the park. He will eat everything
| you prepare when he's hungry. Plus, he's very vulnerable when climbing down
| to look for some food. But get too close to him on the ground and he'll bowl
| you over. Think of this as "training" for your next big showdown. This battle
| will be over quickly if you don't set off too many traps on yourself.
| After it's over, go SW a little to pick up the Spider camo if you tranqed
| him. It gives 80% coverage ANYWHERE but drains stamina very fast. If you want
| to get the Infinity Face Paint the easy (*cough* cheater) way, place
| mousetraps around here to pick up a goofy looking Tsuchinoko. You'll have to
| constantly check the traps (a jingle will signal something is caught) and
| reset them for a solid 10 min before you get Mr. T. Make sure he stays alive.
| + To the best of my knowledge, there's only one Tsuchinoko in the game, so
|  eating it when trying to get the IFP is a huge no-no.
| We're back here to enter the previously locked door. But if you want a little
| something special, you'll have to go the extra mile. In order to get the
| Water face paint, you'll have to backtrack all the way to Ponizovje South
|(the river). I'm not gonna lead you step by step. Just look underwater near
| the entrance to Peschera Cave. BTW, all the guards that were patrolling the
| river have left, so there's no skill involved, only patience. Anyway, getting
| through the warehouse is the first priority. There's no one on the top level
| where you are. From the edge of the catwalk, you should be able to take out
| all the guards on the ground floor with your silencer on if they all go to
| check on each other. That just leaves the guy on the 2nd level. Get in the SE
| corner beside the staircase and while crouching hit him when he's at the end
| of his walkway (it's a tough shot). From there, either go get the Water face
| paint or go through the previously locked door to Svyatogornyj. It's that
| sliding door right next to the one you came through on your first visit here.
| Take a few steps and you'll get a call from EVA. There aren't any guards in
| the area. Just stock up on food, wait for health to recover, take a break if
| you need it. There's a book around here somewhere...
| This isn't necessarily tough to get by here, it's just the fact that the
| guards don't stand out too well. There's quite a handful of them around here.
| Use thermals if you need any help. Make your way north using the grass, logs,
| rocks, whatever for cover. There're no items here, so go on through without
| searching. At the fork ahead, take a detour and go E instead of N, where your
| target is.
| Head E so you won't have to deal with any guards in the woods and carefully
| make your way to the cottage. There's only a few guards outside that need to
| be removed. Only shoot at them if you can take em out in one hit. You don't
| want support arriving, not here. Crawl underneath the supports and in the
| very back, towards the center, there's a door you can climb through. Claim
| your M63. There's someone walking around; be careful if you're going through
| the rooms. He's pretty loud, though, so you'll know if he's near. You can
| find some SPs if you check the place out. Leave through the door in the floor
| you came through. The storage shed to the NW has 2 Calorie Mates and a
| Ration. When you're satisfied, go SW and return to Svy W.
| Head N, avoiding everyone as best you can. Half of the guards behind you you
| won't have to worry about unless you trigger an alarm. You've only got a few
| of them between you and Sokrovenno.
| o Favorite hiding spots:
|   - Sokrovenno South: high ledge just right of the path to Sokrovenno North
|   (to get there, go to Sokrovenno North, go E up a large hill, then S to
|    come back out on the ledge)
|   - Sokrovenno North: on any of the places on the N ledge
| o Hiding spot giveaways:
|   - He gives off heat (thermals, geenious)
|   - He will doze off if you take too long finding him (plus he snores)
|   - His scope sometimes reflects sunlight at you (look for a small flash)
|   - His bald noggin sticks out a little.
| o Ammo is in armory in Sokrovenno South
| o Stamina kill: Mosin Nagant
| After you finish your chit chat with EVA, the fight will start. I'll say it
| up front: if you absolutely DO NOT want to fight this dude, save your game,
| and you can either wait 10 days in the real world or set your PS2 clock 10
| days ahead. When you open your game, it turns out The End is dead. But if you
| do this you forego the Moss camo--one of the best--and his Mosin Nagant
| sniper rifle--also the best (even though you don't get to keep the Nagant
| when starting a new game anyways). This fight is very time consuming and
| extremely aggravating. First off, look at the map. He's hiding in one of
| several sniper spots. The possible locations will appear on the map as
| circles. Your job is to find him. He should be on the ledge due N of your
| position when you start off. If he fires, you're in sight of him. Crawling
| around everywhere can't hurt when you don't know where he is. Running around
| will definitely get you shot. If you are shot, be sure to remove the needle
| immediately to prevent rapid stamina loss. Look on the map again--it'll show
| where he's hiding whenever he fires. He'll more than likely stay put until
| you fire back at him or he sees you come close to him.
| + It's rumored that shooting down his parrot on top of the armory in the S
|  section will stop the End from regaining stamina while not moving.
| Baldy will almost always be laying down in tall grass even though he has been
| guilty of crouching behind the occasional rock or something. It doesn't
| matter. Just sneak around behind him. Once you manage to track him down,
| either by using the techniques above or by pure luck of guessing, DON'T
| CHARGE HIM, GO AROUND you big ninny. Hold him at gunpoint until he surrenders
| his Moss uniform (try aiming your gun at him, jerking the gun to the side,
| then aiming at him again a few times). With this you gain 100% Camo Index
| laying in grass plus you regain stamina in sunlight! Anyway, shoot the
| bastard once he coughs it up. This is where the battle is won or lost. He'll
| get up, throw a stun (turn your back) and run. Fill him up, leaded please.
| Attach your thermals and follow him, shooting as you go with a lethal weapon,
| even if you're not gonna kill him. He'll surprisingly outrun you, but the
| more you shoot him the more he'll stall, allowing you to get in more trigger
| time (stamina kill: pull out the Mk22 when he gets close). If you manage to
| catch up beside him he'll throw another stun. You can keep up the process,
| but if he does manage to get away, put your thermals on--his tracks glow. If
| you don't hurry, the footprints will lose their heat distribution. Also,
| watch his stamina. When it's draining fast he's on the move. When it stops
| he's waiting for you. So don't just follow his footsteps blindly. Again,
| check your map. Check it often. When you see the prints leading you straight
| to a sniper spot sneak around behind him. Shoot him in the back as many times
| as you can before repeating the chase process and receiving chastisement for
| shooting an old fart from behind (alternatively, he'll praise you if you
| snipe HIM).
| + Whenever you sneak up on him, take time to look at all the tranquilizer
|  darts on him if you used the Mk22. Like a porcupine.
| Since you're watching his stamina, aggressively pursue him when he's runnin
| on empty. He'll start to hunt, and that's the last thing you want. One meal
| and he's back at his peak and the battle starts all over again. Lastly, if 
| End holds YOU up you'll be put in a cell back at the looney bin in the
| Graniny Gorki lab. Just don't lose track of the End and you'll wipe the floor
| with his grimy geriatric ass sooner than you think.
| To show the dead guy what a good sport you are, shoot down his pretty parrot
| pal on top of the armory and eat it if you haven't already. Or you can just
| cabbage patch. Whatever you do, don't forget to pick up his Mosin Nagant in
| the middle of Sokrovenno North if you tranqed him and the SVD in the armory
| if you passed it in Ponizovje.
| When Kojima decided to push the limits of the PS2, he did it in the most
| unthinkably maniacal way possible: to put a ladder in the game that you never
| reach the end of... Well, you do... eventually. Set the controller face down
| so that it's pushing up on the left analog stick. In the time it takes to
| climb MGS3's ladder of doom you could be saving on hundreds in car insurance.
| Why haven't you called GEICO yet?
| Another PONR. This is the toughest area to get by so far. When you get to the
| large open area go to prone and grenade the guard in the ledge right ahead of
| you (you may not see him but toss one over anyway). From there, snipe the guy
| on that high point on the rock wall. There should be a crawlspace near the
| first guy you removed. Go through it and you'll be on that killer position.
| Toss the guy over if you want to. From there you can easily take out anyone
| you need to. Don't bother shooting everything that moves. In this area the
| guards will pretty much stay put; shoot only the guards that are directly in
| your way. Pick up ammo underneath the archway rock near the exit.
| Take extra caution that you don't invoke the wrath of the almighty Hind
| chopper. That's the last thing you want happening. If a guard sees you, you
| could be looking at a missile aiming right between your butt cheeks from that
| eye in the sky. Use the many holes in the mountainside to work your way
| around the guards and at the top, there are two ledges that lead to the small
| camp to the W. If you get on the higher one you can pick up some Mosin tranqs
| and snipe the guards below with either gun, but watch your back; the guards
| will check that spot. If you don't mind killing, set a claymore behind you to
| discourage them from finding you. But if all else fails, there are several
| mounted machine guns on the mountain... Check the shacks for lots of cool
| goodies, including the coveted RPG. Lots of fun with this gun.
| Just like in Bolshaya Past base, jump in that trench and wreak havoc from
| there. As long as you are very careful of the few guards patrolling the
| trench you should have no problem. Use the small holes linking the trench to
| the supply sheds to your advantage. Here, too, you don't need to take out
| every guard, just the ones that are necessary. You shouldn't need to remove
| more than half the guards. EVA's waiting for you in that shack at the top.
| - Cutscene: Wild Beast / Groznyj Grad -
| Head back through the building, collecting ammo and noodles on the way, and
| out to the base.
| There's more enemies now than there were, including flamethrowers. Shoot
| their backpacks for a laugh or you could just sneak as usual. This time
| you're aiming for that red door halfway up the encampment.
| Stock up on lethal ammo at the bottom of the stairs and Mk22 bullets near the
| barrels on the catwalk. Continue to the left and climb down the ladder.
| o Ammo is found everywhere
| o Stamina kill: Fire uniform
| Don't worry, this is nothing like The End. The Fury's much easier. Very easy.
| In fact, you shouldn't lose any life to him. There's really no strategy
| here besides to put on black camo and don't even hide--just find a spot
| at either end of a hallway, crouch, and when he noisily clanks on by nail him
| as many times as you can. Then just run and pick another spot to shoot when
| he sets everything on fire. If you're caught on fire, just roll. But you can
| easily avoid the fire if you keep your distance from him.
| Yet another PONR, as indicated by the now-blocked passageway. Pick up the
| Fire camo if you tranqed him and proceed. The only place you use this is...
| well... fighting Fury! Really there's no real reason to get this other than
| to just expand your collection. Snake's backpack is really starting to bulge
| with all that crap in it. Hard to believe he has an RPG and sniper rifles in
| there. They must be collapsible.
| - Cutscene: The Fortress -
| This area isn't that tough to get through. For now, anyway. Don't worry. All
| guards are in easy access and usually hang out in the open spaces where you
| have plenty of room to shoot at them if they suspect something's up. I won't
| cover all the sections of the exterior of Groznyj Grad but feel free to
| explore, although there's nothing really valuable to find. Go to the door
| roughly N of your starting position.
| Go around to your right and head for that red door somewhere to the N. Don't
| get caught in the spotlight.
| Same thing as the lab: put on your Scientist coat and take off your face
| paint. Only here you can't explore the entire place completely unguarded. You
| need to find Raikov. Who? It's the only dude with blonde hair. I'd recommend
| doing this before tearing the place apart looking for goodies. Once you find
| him (I guess it's a him...), follow him/it until he goes to the lockers
| upstairs, knock it out, kill him, or do both when nobody's around.
| - Cutscene: Goodnight Blondie -
| Was he sportin the g-string? Anyway, put on his uniform and--hey! Put on
| that phenomenally convenient mask you've had with you this whole time. You're
| the big cheese now, do whatever you want. Crawl everywhere, salute plants, 
| drop a log in the toilet without flushing, or even beat the living shit out 
| of anybody and they won't do anything as long as you're Raikov. An XM16 SP is
| in the 5th locker, 1st row. There are also a few rations in some other
| lockers. On the 1st floor in the previously off limits NE room you'll find a
| Scorpion, Mk22 SP, and ammo. In the room right below the stairs there are
| med supplies and in the SE room a mousetrap is on the crates. In the library
| there's a book on the floor (hm...) and in the bathroom there's nothing.
| Well, besides the usual urinal lineup, piss stains and such. Go through the
| door at the bottom of the locker room.
| Go through the long hallway after sneaking a peek at the famed Shagohod and
| enter through the door at the end.
| Walk up to the sentries in all your royalness to trigger a long intermission.
| - Cutscene: Phase 2 / Lost Hope / Fairy Disguise -
| - Save Prompt 03 -
| - Cutscene: Torture Room / Defaced -
| For a little bonus, save your game here and reset. You're in for a surprise
| when you load it. Trust me, you'll be happy you didn't miss it. When you
| regain consciousness, you'll find you're stripped of all your belongings and
| you're in your birthday suit, but at least the gents gave you a fork.
| Apparently they don't know U.S. seals are trained in the ancient art of fork.
| The guard will toss you food every so often. Plan your escape once you've had
| your fill. Remove the transmitter and fake death pill from your body through
| the Survival Viewer. Once again, as always, you have an option as to your
| mode of escape, but the first way is more fun: 1) Wait until he gives you 
| some rotten food, then throw it back at him through the hole. He'll eat it
| and--uh oh, mudslide's a'comin. Call the frequency Sorrow gave you in the
| cutscene if you went to FPV: 144.75, or: 2)Just use the fake death pill and
| revive yourself the instant he leaves. Unleashing fork-fu on him is another
| option but has a high alarm chance. You can't make it through this area with
| an alert if you're playing on the difficult levels. Zero will call you when
| you exit, but don't pick up if you're not in a talky mood. Notice that from
| now on you can't see completely in FPV; the right side is blocked. It doesn't
| really put you at that much of a disadvantage though. Also take note that for
| some jewish reason you can't CQC anymore. You can find a camera in the
| guard's office. With this you can take pictures of damn near anything and
| save them on your memory card. You get to keep the camera when you start a
| new game. Pick up some med supplies in his bedroom if you need any, then exit
| through the W hallway. As long as you left without his seeing you in person
| or the empty cell you're safe.
| The SAA you have for some reason is the very essence of cool. Why? Not only
| can you spin the right analog stick with it equipped to play with it, but
| when shooting it, you can ricochet bullets off walls to hit people like
| Ocelot did. Only difference is, you need practice. Now the only thing you
| need are bullets. You'll find SAA ammo around here in various locations; some
| you can pick up from guards (use the KO roll rather than the throw). When you
| head around the building to the right pick just pick up Cardboard Box C. If
| you want to get some SAA bullets, hop down in the drainage tunnel just N of
| the building (you'll have to take out that guard N of the cardboard box). But
| that way brings you a lot farther away from your objective than just going
| through the crawlspace in the wall to the W. Either way, you'll end up in the
| same area, but in different starting positions. You can also take the door,
| but there's no advantage there.
| If you manage to make it to the door on the W in one piece, go through it by
| all means. But there are some guards you just can't sneak by. This is where
| the cardboard box comes into play. If you hear "Who's that?" then throw on
| your Sunday best and wait till they come over to check you out. They will
| first kick the box then peer inside. Give em hell when they lift it off. This
| doesn't let you get by without raising any alarms, just taking out guards
| individually without support coming. Don't just leave your box if they take
| it off you when you're done with them. But all in all it's better just to not
| even get caught. Head W.
| The sewer entrance you're aiming for is in the NE corner. You're gonna have
| to go near the tanks on the left to get by the searchlight. It's pretty easy
| sneaking around the people patrolling here. It's the dogs that are the
| problem. You can shoot them if you have bullets, but that'll raise caution.
| The obvious choice is to just not go near them; if you do, stalk or crawl.
| SAA bullets are on the truck just past the tanks. Head N and if you crawl
| behind those barricades no guards should notice you. Be careful of the dog
| near you, though. If you're crawling he shouldn't be a problem as long as
| you don't bump into him. Go through that gate just past the dog and crawl
| under the pipes to reach the ladder.
| EVA will call you. Turns out everybody knows you're gone and the sewers have
| been sealed. Hey, no problem for creepy crawly Snake. Grab the Life Med, head
| down the stairs, and run. Run like the dickins. This area's not a straight
| shot, but isn't a maze either if you don't screw yourself up. Just run along
| the main path until you reach a gate, then crawl through the left hole and
| you'll pop out on the other side. Keep running. At the second gate, go
| through the right hole. Now run like a nigga.
| - Cutscene: Waterlogged -
| Don't worry. This isn't a "boss battle" boss battle. All you have to do is
| walk towards the end of the river, avoiding all the people you have killed
| along the way. Yup, the whole gang is here, from that guy you blew up to the
| guy who got his throat slit open. And they seem pretty pissed by the sound of
| that groaning. Don't bother shooting at anyone here, there's no need. Just
| keep on walkin. When you are killed (or you kill yourself from boredom) use a
| revival pill at the continue screen. At the end of the river--the long, long,
| very long river--you'll see his lifeless body floating there and you'll
| instantly die when you touch it. If you do, you'll get my favorite camo--
| Spirit (recover stamina when choking guards and, even better, completely
| silent movement) when you get your stuff back. Likewise, use the revival
| pill. It is honestly worth all that walking (or trudging, actually). But if
| you already have it, just drown in the river before using the revival pill to
| save yourself from all that walking. I don't know what's worse, this or that
| damned ladder.
| - Cutscene: The Sad Truth -
| Zero's unfallibly timed radio call will fill you in on all the tidbits you
| missed about Sorrow. When that's finished you'll touch base with EVA before
| setting out. Cross the river to get to the E bank and walk on the log up
| ahead. There's a huge variety of food here if you need a quick bite. Go 
| behind the waterfall from the ledge.
| - Cutscene: Need a Towel? -
| - Save Prompt 04 -
| - Cutscene: Russian BBQ / Gameplan -
| Hey, check out the new eye patch. Ever see that movie Captain Ron? Grab the
| Kabuki face paint at the bottom of the pond outside the waterfall, its only
| purpose being to brighten your day! You can also find your Tsuchinoko in the
| area if you had one alive in your inventory at the time of capture (it'll be
| in the open this time, just shoot it w/ Mk22). Go N while picking up Mk22 and
| M19 suppressors and bullets, various medical supplies, and the Cardboard Box
| B.
| - Cutscene: Bad Luck -
| Did you miss your guns? I bet you did. They look a little rusty. Why not dust
| em off and put em to good use? Getting by here should be no problem with your
| once long departed firearms. Go through the SE door.
| You're in the middle of boot camp. The people here aren't focused so much on
| finding you, rather they're focused on their hated instructor. As much as you
| hate sneaking, it's easier to go by them than take them all on. You will have
| to put out the guards that aren't running around and actually patrolling,
| though. Mk22 ammo and grenades are in the truck to the N. Walk through that
| oh so familiar red door we all know and love.
| Do I really have to explain what to do here? I mean by now you realize what
| to put on when you're in here. Well, sure as hell not the Raikov suit; that's
| been exposed. Revisit the locker room to find 2 great uniforms, one in the
| 3rd row, 5th locker (sneaking), and one in the last row, 2nd locker
|(maintenance). That XM16 SP is still in the same spot, but at this point in
| time you really don't have a use for it. Put on the maintenance suit and go
| through the door EVA showed you. In case you don't watch cutscenes, you're
| automatically pointed towards the door when you walk in.
| Pull out that maintenance suit and that C3 of yours and plant it on the 4
| liquid fuel tanks (if you can't put some C3 down, it's not a liquid fuel
| tank). The whole scientist deal applies here too: don't let any workers see
| your face. EVA will give a ring after 2 C3 pieces have been put down.
| Afterwards, finish off the other two. When you're done, you're done.
| Badabing. Forgetaboudit.
| - Cutscene: Butterfly Kiss -
| Call from the Major. You've now reached the final PONR. From here, it's only
| one-way until the end. Oh, and get ready for a good clean fight (clean, ha!).
| - Cutscene: Caught Red-handed -
| - Save Prompt 05 -
| - Cutscene: Philosophers' Legacy -
| o Vulnerable when:
|   - His frontal shield is overpowered
|   - His back is turned (running, recharging)
| o Ammo will be thrown down occasionally from Ocelot
| o Stamina kill: Cold War uniform
| I'm not gonna lie to you, this is a beast of a battle. You have 5 minutes to
| kill this shmuck. He's pretty much invincible when he has his shields up.
| Keep shooting until they fall or you can grenade him. He can only block shots
| from the front. Shooting him from behind, although the opportunity rare,
| always delivers damage. Whenever he hits you with a lightning bolt, you'll
| lose all the bullets in the clip. Either unequip your weapon if you think
| you're gonna be struck or just don't let it hit you. Pull out an automatic
| weapon regardless of whether you're going to kill him or not and keep
| unloading on him, stopping only when he's about to hit you with lightning.
| You'll break his shield eventually. Keep firing if you're putting him 8 feet
| under or quickly change to the Mk22 if you're a lover and not a fighter. Save
| your grenades for later. Vogin'll lose energy with every attack he makes and
| every hit he takes, so he'll have to recharge even if you're not hitting him
| although doing so speeds up the process. The room starts out blue when his
| energy has peaked and the color fades as he loses power. Be ready when the
| hue has disappeared and shoot the second he turns his back to recharge. When
| the battle is halfway complete, you get a little break where Volgin asks for
| help and the complex is evacuated. When the battle resumes, your opponent
| will appear with a few new tricks, like the bullet wave. Lay down when this
| happens, you absolutely do not want to be hit with this. He'll also fire a
| bigger electric bolt, but the mechanics of the fight remain constant. Use up
| all your grenades on him now (remember: stun grenades only for lowering
| stamina). This is probably the toughest fight to pull off; it might take a
| few tries. If you short circuited his stamina you'll get the Cold War
| uniform. With this on you stick out like a sore thumb anywhere but guards
| can't shoot you from the front. Its only practical use is coming up.
| - Cutscene: Inevitable Fight -
| Well, the Shagohod's still intact and is right on your tail. EVA's driving
| while you shoot in the car. Get ready for the ride of your life. All your
| weapons have infinite ammo, even grenades. Besides that, if you missed the
| RPG on the mountain you'll automatically have it here (it's vital to the
| story). Just pick your most favoritest WMD and start blasting. I think you
| are given some leeway in the accuracy department, with you moving and all.
| There's no strategy here, just hit everything that moves with all you got.
| However, that Cold War camo you got if you defeated Volgin non-lethally has
| its chance to shine here. For a pure adrenaline rush, get out of FPV
| whenever you can to witness the adrenaline pumping, motorcycle maneuvering,
| giant legged tank smashing, stuff blowing up ripped out action. EXTREME!
| - Cutscene: To the Bridge / In Debt -
| Same here. Just shoot everything you need to.
| - Cutscene: Hello Comrade -
| Yawn. Keep shooting. What did you expect?
| - Cutscene: Watch Out Ocelot -
| Volgin'll try to run you over. Nothing you can do but lose some health. You
| could slow it down with a few RPG hits to its treads, but it doesn't really
| do much.
| - Cutscene: One Chance -
| Here, shoot out the blinking C3 on the right with your SVD that's already
| equipped and wait for the tank to come onto the bridge. On EVA's command blow
| up the second explosive.
| - Cutscene: It's Over...? -
| o 1st Battle:
|   - Riding in sidecar
|   - Treads can be stopped with RPG
|   - Shagohod vulnerable in rear
|   - Ammo is unlimited
| o 2nd Battle:
|   - Walking
|   - Volgin can only be shot from in his back
|   - Shagohod attacks include duel machine guns, particle beam, missiles
|   - No additional ammo can be found
| o Stamina kill: sorry, nada
| Holy tap dancin jeezus Batman! That thing's still alive. This battle is split
| into two parts, but this is all no sweat. In the first round, shoot a tread
| with an RPG and it'll lock up. Then blast the tank in its back where sparks
| are coming out. Rinse and repeat until you go into part 2, where you go it
| alone on foot. EVA will distract it while you blow the stuffing out of
| Volgin, who ingeniously decided to pilot it from the top. As always, you
| can't hit him from the front for some reason, so do the honorable thing and
| pop him in the back. Once shot at, Volgin will wise up and turn his attention
| to you. Spend most of your time under the tank (not under the tread), rolling
| underneath when it passes over you, then turning around to plug a missile up
| Volgin's butt (or the Mk22 for the non-killing Ghandi method--don't worry, it
| takes off a much bigger chunk here than it did before, just aim for his
| peabrain). If you're in the mood, hop into any of the mounted guns, but
| readily abandon it if the tank starts barreling towards you. Just keep
| hitting him in the back and don't get run over and you'll do fine. Not as
| much as you'd expect from the "weapon from hell."
| - Cutscene: A Fitting End -
| Another easy bike chase. Shoot, shoot, shoot, shoot, shoot. BTW, despite the
| explosions and rag doll bodies experienced by bike and hovercraft drivers
| when shot, if you tranquilized them it doesn't add to your kill count.
| Now them hoverfolks is chasin yeh. I reckon yeh cud shoot em with that thar
| boomstick a' yurs.
| More chasing, more shooting. When will the killing stop? Who knows? Who
| cares?
| ZAOZYORJE WEST (a.k.a. Zaozyorje South)
| - Cutscene: Only a Flesh Wound -
| Heal up EVA and continue. She'll lose stamina mad fast, so keep stuffing her
| face frequently through the Survival Viewer (she has to be near you). She'll
| move to your position with Triangle if she's in sight. When you get about 1/2
| way through the forest,...
| - Cutscene: On the Trail -
| Guards will be closing in from behind. Lay down in the grass and EVA'll do
| the same. Shoot everything coming towards you (haven't you learned by now?).
| Once every guard in sight has been removed, you should be able to run to the
| exit before the next batch arrives, keeping EVA with you, if you don't stop
| moving. Gather any and all good food you see along the way, which will be
| mostly snakes and fruits, but do it quickly. At the end you'll have to lift
| EVA up before pulling yourself up--in other words you can't exit the area
| without her bitch ass.
| ZAOZYORJE EAST (a.k.a. Zaozyorje North)
| Hide in the first patch of grass you see. The enemies will notice you easily
| and run at anything they see move. All the douchebags in this area can be hit
| from the entrance. They'll be walking around and are very careful as to your
| hiding spot. They won't miss you if they come anywhere near you. Some golova
| fruits here should be enough to fatten up EVA. After the unit in this area
| has been wiped up, continue on until you reach a drop. DO NOT go down there,
| instead, using a sniper and thermals if you need them, snipe all the guards
| in hiding. When you think you're done, instead of jumping down, fire off a
| few unsuppressed bullets to rile any survivors up. Squeeze as much ammo out
| of the dropped sentries as you can before continuing to the final boss
| battle. Remember not to leave EVA behind. If you left EVA behind before
| dropping down, well, I can't help you there.
| - Cutscene: Beautiful End / Meaningless Competition / Empty -
| o Ammo: none
| o Stamina kill: Snake uniform
| Good news! This is the only time in the entire game you get to use your dusty
| old Snow camo. Wait, there's more! You even get to fight this battle seeing
| as much cleavage as EVA shows off. At the start, she'll charge. You can
| either dive out of the way or counter with CQC. To do this, wait until she
| bumps into you (don't attack too early) and do either a KO throw or chokehold
| maneuver (the button combination is the same but the results ain't). You'll
| disable her assault and leave you ample time to shoot her, hit her, whatever.
| It only works one-way; you can never go up to HER and use CQC. Only she can
| come to you. Disappear in the flowers after you deliver your attack, cause
| she'll start shooting at you. Laying down, peek with L2 and R2 and follow her
| with your gun sights. If you lose her, try the thermals (they don't help
| much) or the Motion Tracker, but waiting for the trail of flower petals she
| kicks up when she runs should suffice. When she's stopped moving, fire off a
| clean suppressed headshot. She'll start to blast away with her Patriot
| regardless of whether she actually knows where you are. If the firing stops
| after a short time, you're golden. If not, find a new spot. This battle is
| all hide and seek but it has a time limit, which Boss will notify you of the
| time you have left every now and then. Don't worry about the time, though,
| since there is more than enough time for you to make well aimed shots if
| you're going at a steady pace. The only thing you have to worry about is if
| her intuition leads her immediately to you. This rarely does happen, but then
| again, it's possible. When you're hungry, snack on the three delicious white
| snakes found only in this area (Solid, Liquid, and Solidus... where have I
| heard that before...), all 3 hanging out by different logs. If you defeat
| Boss non-lethally you'll start a new game with the Snake uniform in your
| pack. No, it doesn't look like her shiny jump suit, and yes, all it does is
| give you another reason to play dress-up with Snake.
| - Cutscene: Eternal Parting -
| After the game's only non-skippable cutscene, you can zoom in with Triangle
| while you pull the trigger manually on your beloved Boss. By now you should
| have a bigger tear on your cheek than the Indian on that old TV commercial.
| Or not; it's only a video game. Get ready for some trippy cutscenes.
| - Cutscene: Field of Blood / Prolonged Fight -
| When the game resumes play, select the SAA on the right and you'll get to
| start your next game with one.
| - Cutscene: Duel! -
| Depending on which gun you select, you can initiate two different cutscenes.
| Choosing the left one will let you win the duel but won't give you an SAA on
| your next game. Winning the duel doesn't mean you kill him, either--it was a
| blank anyhow.
| - Cutscene: Close Call / Miracle -
| Oh, it's you, Zero... What do you want now?
| - Save Prompt 06 -
| - Cutscene: Love Machine / True Patriot / Big Boss / The Unsung Hero -
| - Closing Credits: "Way to Fall" -
| - Phonecall from Ocelot to Chief Director -
|   ~  Fin.
| + Bet none of you figured out ADAM was Ocelot. He was working for the CIA the
|  whole time, but you would've known that already if you were paying
|  attention. There're also more discreet inferences in the story I'll leave to
|  you to piece together, such as the identity of the Boss' child and the true
|  destination of the Legacy. After fully enjoying the whole experience, see
|  how you did.

|  006.Post Game |
| Some statistics are kept track of during the game. You will receive a
| codename based on these statistics as well as a reward for having met certain
| stat requirements (see next subheading). The following stats are displayed
| upon completion of the game:
| o Difficulty
| o Play Time
| o Save Count
| o Continue
| o Alert Mode
| o Humans Killed
| o Seriously Injured
| o Total Damage (in life bars)
| o Life Medicines Used
| o Plants & Animals Captured
| o Meals Eaten
| o Special Item Used
| The following rewards are given when the following requirements are met. The
| maximum amount of items able to be received in one run is not limited.
| Automatically given upon completion of the game
| Automatically given upon completion of the game
| Automatically given upon completion of the game
| Given only if you selected the pistol on the right in the duel with Ocelot
|  in the WIG.
| EZ GUN (!Special Item!)
| Given if the following requirements are met upon completion of the game:
| o All plants and animals must be captured (even medical plants)
| Given if the following requirements are met upon completion of the game:
| o Continue: 0 times
| o Alert Mode: 0 times
| o Life Medicines used: 0
| o Special Item: not used
| - or -
| o All 64 Kerotan frogs have been shot
| INFINITY FACE PAINT (!Special Item!)
| Given if the following requirements are met upon completion of the game:
| o Difficulty: Easy, Normal, Hard, or Extreme
| o Play Time: 5:00:00 hours or less
| o Save: 25 times or less
| o Continue: 0 times
| o Alert Mode: 0 times
| o Humans Killed: 0
| o Seriously Injured: 20 times or less
| o Life Medicines used: 0
| o Special Item: not used
| - or -
| o Captured Tsuchinoko must be alive in cage upon completion of the game

|  007.Weapons |
| Locations listed aren't necessarily the only place to find the weapons, just
| the first places at which they are available.
| For close combat. Press Square button to slash, press firmly to stab. Press
|  it repeatedly to make a combo attack. (0.5kg)
| - Start out with -
| Press Square button to slash, press firmly to stab. Animals and plants
|  captured with this can be eaten on the spot. (0.1kg)
| Groznyj Grad: Torture Room: in cell on the floor
| Gas-spray gun disguised as a cigarette. Puts enemy to sleep. Press Square
|  button to hold, release to emit gas. (0.3kg)
| Lab B1 West: inside guard's office
| Mk22
| Tranquilizer gun. Press Square button to aim, and release to fire. Put on/off
|  suppressor w/ Circle button. (0.8kg)
| - Start out with - / Rassvet: automatically obtained from EVA
| M1911A1
| .45 auto. Press Square button to aim, release to fire. Put on/off suppressor
|  w/ Circle button. (1.0kg)
| - Start out with on Operation Snake Eater -
| .45 revolver. Press Square button to hold, release to fire. Aim w/ L1 button,
|  play w/ right analog stick in 1st person view. (1.0kg)
| Groznyj Grad: Torture Room: already in your inventory when you wake up
| EZ GUN (!Special Item!)
| Special silent tranquilizer gun w/ built-in laser sight. Camo Index & stamina
|  fall in lesser amounts.
| Receive Markhor Codename or play game on Very Easy difficulty
| The Boss' assault pistol. Press Square button lightly to hold, firmly to
|  fire. Feeding mechanism in drum mag is 8-shaped. (1.5kg)
| Beat the game
| .32 caliber sub machine gun. Press Square button lightly to hold, firmly to
|  fire. Toggle semi/full-auto w/ Triangle button in window.(1.3kg)
| Groznyj Grad: East Wing: in NE room accessible to Major Raikov
| XM16E1
| Hold in 1st person view & shoulder-aim w/ L1 button. Toggle firing mode w/
|  Triangle button, put on/off suppressor w/ Circle in window. (2.9kg)
| Dolinovodno: cave under bridge / Lab Exterior: Inside Walls: NW armory
| AK-47
| Soviet Assault Rifle. Hold in 1st Person view & shoulder-aim w/ L1 button.
|  Toggle semi/full-auto w/ Triangle button in window. (3.5kg)
| Rassvet: up stairs
| M63
| American light machine gun. Press Square button lightly to hold, firmly to
|  fire. (4.5kg)
| Svyatogornyj East: cottage
| M37
| 12 Gauge shotgun. Press Square button to hold, release to fire. Can blow
|  enemy away. (2.9kg)
| Rassvet: SW corner of walls / Chyomaya Peschera Cave: take E fork
| Dragunov sniper rifle. Use scope w/ L1 button. Press Square button to hold,
|  release to fire. Adjust scope w/ Triangle button. (4.6kg)
| Ponizovje West: inside building
| Tranquilizer sniper rifle. Use scope w/ L1 button. Press Square button to
|  hold, release to fire. Adjust scope w/ Triangle button. (4.4kg)
| Defeat The End non-lethally
| RPG-7
| Portable rocket launcher. Use scope w/ L1 button. Press Square button to
|  hold, release to fire. Can't equip in prone position. (6.3kg)
| Kraznogorje Mountainside: inside shack
| Wave w/ Circle button, press repeatedly to swing around. Light or put out
|  fire w/ Square button. (0.5kg)
| Chyomaya Peschera Branch: between 2 waterfalls to the W
| Press Square button to hold, release to throw. How strong button is pressed
|  varies distance. (0.3kg)
| Light enemies on fire. Press Square button to hold, release to throw. How
|  strong button is pressed varies distance. (0.8kg)
| Stuns enemy temporarily. Press Square button to aim, release to throw. How
|  strong button is pressed varies distance. (0.5kg)
| Causes radio wave disturbance. Press Square button to aim, release to throw.
|  How strong button is pressed varies distance. (0.8kg)
| Blinds enemy w/ smoke screen. Press Square button to aim, release to throw.
|  How strong button is pressed varies distance. (0.5kg)
| Empty magazine. Press Square button to hold, release to throw. How strong
|  button is pressed varies distance. (0.1kg)
| Explosive w/ remote detonator. Press Square button to set. Press Circle
|  button - w/ TNT equipped - to detonate. (1.6kg)
| Lab Exterior: Inside Walls: NE armory
| C3
| Plastic explosive. Press Square button to set near warehouse liquid fuel
|  tanks. Can be set on liquid fuel tanks only. (1.6kg)
| Tikhogornyj: Behind Waterfall: automatically received from EVA
| Anti-personnel landmine w/ front sensor. Press Square button to set. Can be
|  retrieved if crawled over. (1.6kg)
| Publication w/ adult-oriented material. Full of girly photos and interesting
|  columns. (0.1kg)
| Trap to capture small animals. Press Square button to set. Can be retrieved
|  if crawled over. (0.4kg)
| Microphone that can pick up small sounds. When equipped, it picks up sounds
|  in the pointed direction. (1.5kg)
| - Start out with -
| Press Square button to hold, release to throw. How strong button is pressed
|  varies distance. (0.3kg)

|  008.Items |
| Developed by USSR. Restores LIFE. Press Circle button in window to use.
|  (0.2kg)
| - Start out with -
| Benzodiazepine anti-depressant. Serves as muscle relaxant, treats autonomic
|  imbalance. Use w/ Circle button in window. (0.1kg)
| Espionage pill developed by the CIA. Can fake death temporarily. Use w/
|  Circle button in window. (0.1kg)
| - Start out with -
| Espionage pill developed by the CIA. Can wake up from fake death. Use w/
| Circle button in window. (0.0kg)
| - Start out with -
| Highly addictive and hazardous to your health. (0.1kg)
| - Start out with -
| Military binoculars allowing long-distance reconnaissance. Zoom in with
|  Triangle button, zoom out with Square button. (1.0kg)
| - Start out with -
| Visualizes heat source distribution. Allows one to see in the dark. Consumes
|  battery power while used. (1.0kg)
| Dremuchij North: inside hollow log / Rassvet: Sokolov's locker
| Electronically amplifies weak dim light for visualization. Allows one to see
|  in the dark. Consumes battery power while used. (1.0kg)
| Peschera Cave Branch: lake
| Press Circle button to take photos. Zoom in with Triangle button, zoom out
|  with Square button. (0.7kg)
| Groznyj Grad: Holding Cell: inside guard quarters
| Sensor that detects an object's motion. Does not detect stationary objects.
|  Consumes battery power while used. (1.8kg)
| - Start out with -
| Sensor that detects animals w/ sound waves. Press L3 button to emit waves.
|  Consumes battery power while used. (3.2kg)
| Makes sound upon detection of Claymores on the ground. Equip to use. Consumes
|  battery power while used. (3.0kg)
| Rassvet: in SE corner of room before Sokolov's
| Vibrates when detecting life forms. Equip to use. Consumes battery power
|  while used. All other vibrations will be OFF when activated. (1.5kg)
| Equip to wear. Says "To the Weapons Lab: East Wing" on the side. (0.6kg)
| Rassvet: on top of crates W of Sokolov's room
| Special Effect: invisible in the east wing of Groznyj Grad Weapons Lab and in
|  storerooms
| Equip to wear. Says "To the Weapons Lab: Hanger" on the side. (0.6kg)
| Tikhogornyj: Behind Waterfall: at the end of tunnel
| Special Effect: invisible when in the hanger of the weapons lab and in
|  storerooms
| Equip to wear. Letters on the side cannot be read. (0.6kg)
| Groznyj Grad: Southeast: far E beside the building
| Special Effect: invisible in storerooms, etc.
| Equip to wear.
| Chyornyj Prud: on an island accessible by swimming under the fallen log to
|  the far left and navigating the ropes tied to trees (1.6kg)
| Special Effect: invisible when crouching or swimming in water
| Activates when equipped. Can optically deceive enemy eye, helping you to
|  hide. (2.5kg)
|(see Post Game section for details)
| A mask that mimics a monkey. (0.1kg)
| Get 1st place in all 5 Snake vs. Monkey missions
| Card key obtained from Granin. Opens red door in the southeast of Ponizovje
|  warehouse. (0.1kg)
| Lab B1 West: automatically received from Granin
| Key obtained from EVA. Opens door in the east of Kraznogorje mountain top.
|  (0.1kg)
| Kraznogorje Ruins: automatically received from EVA
| Key obtained from EVA. Opens door to hangar at weapons lab main wing. (0.1kg)
| Tikhogornyj: Behind Waterfall: automatically received from EVA
| A bug repellant. Keeps away hornets & leeches while lasting. Apply w/ Circle
|  button in window. (0.7kg)

|  009.Camouflage |
| + Tip: Thermal Goggles can detect camouflage boxes (or any other supply and
|  food boxes for that matter)
|  Also, the camouflage that covers best may not always be the seemingly
|  obvious choice; trust the numbers, not the look of it
| No face paint applied.
| - Start out with -
| For use in forested areas.
| - Start out with -
| Black face paint.
| - Start out with -
| Effective when underwater.
| Ponizovje South: near Peschera Cave, available after talking to Granin
| Effective in mountainous terrain.
| Ponizovje Warehouse: southern alcove in the storeroom
| For indoor-ops.
| - Start out with -
| For cold environments.
| Bolshaya Past Base: in the trench under a board
| Face paint that mimics a Kabuki character.
| Tikhogornyj: at the bottom of the pond under waterfall, available after
|  meeting with EVA
| Face paint that mimics a zombie.
| Rassvet: N of the facility
| Special Effect: may briefly startle enemies
| Kabuki's female role face paint.
| Lab 1F: enter through the crawlspace outside the lab on the W wall
| Mask used for disguise.
| - Start out with -
| INFINITY (!Special Item!)
| Face paint with infinite power.
|(see Post Game section for details)
| Special Effect: infinite ammunition for weapon when equipped
| All uniforms besides the Scientist, Officer, and Maintenance uniforms are
| kept even after completing the game. The three mentioned must be received
| every time you start a new game.
| Nothing worn on the upper body.
| - Start out with -
| Special Effect: stamina drops faster
| Uncamouflaged normal uniform.
| - Start out with -
| Effective in trees, grass, or against soil.
| - Start out with -
| Effective in underbrush.
| - Start out with -
| Effective when pressed against trees.
| - Start out with -
| Effective in desert or mountain environments.
| Bolshaya Past South: inside a hollowed tree stump past 3rd electric fence
| Effective in an urban environment.
| Bolshaya Past South: end ledge on the right of the mud
| Effective in the rain.
| Dolinovodno: cave under north end of bridge, available in Operation Snake
|  Eater
| Effective against brown backgrounds.
| - Start out with -
| Effective when underwater.
| Bolshaya Past Base: roof of the large building
| Effective in dark areas or against black ground.
| - Start out with -
| Effective against white backgrounds.
| Chyomaya Peschera Cave: after 1st crawlspace in the right fork of the path
| Advanced combat suit developed by the USSR.
| Groznyj Grad Weapons Lab: East Wing: available after you meet with Sokolov;
|  in the same locker you shoved Raikov in
| Special Effect: damage is greatly reduced
| The uniform scientists wear.
| Automatically received from EVA in Rassvet
| Special Effect: allows you full access to Graniny Gorki Lab and partial
|  access to Groznyj Grad Weapons Lab; CQC and some weapons and items are
|  disabled
| The uniform Major Raikov was wearing.
| Automatically stripped from Raikov in Groznyj Grad Weapons Lab: East Wing
| Special Effect: allows you full access to Groznyj Grad Weapons Lab; CQC and
|  some weapons and items are disabled
| The uniform the maintenance crew wears.
| Groznyj Grad Weapons Lab: East Wing: in locker room: last row, 2nd locker,
|  available after meeting EVA in Tikhogornyj
| Special Effect: allows you full access to the hangar in the main wing of the
|  Groznyj Grad Weapons Lab; CQC and some weapons and items are disabled
| Formal tailcoat.
| Reward for beating the game
| Special Effect: CQC is disabled
| The Pain's camo uniform.
| Defeat The Pain non-lethally
| Special Effect: hornets will follow you and attack enemies
| The Fear's camo uniform.
| Defeat The Fear non-lethally
| Special Effect: Camo Index stays at 80% anywhere; stamina drops much faster
| The End's camo uniform.
| Hold up The End
| Special Effect: recover stamina in sunlight
| The Fury's camo uniform.
| Defeat The Fury non-lethally
| The Sorrow's camo uniform.
| Use a revival pill at the continue screen when The Sorrow kills you
| Special Effect: silent movement; recover stamina when choking guards
| Volgin's camo uniform.
| Defeat Volgin non-lethally
| Special Effect: guards won't shoot you from the front
| Snake pattern camo uniform.
| Defeat The Boss non-lethally
| Fur pattern camo uniform.
| Defeat Ocelot non-lethally (found shortly afterwards)
| Special Effect: gun is always steady
| Stinky camo uniform.
| Lab 2F: knock down door to last stall in bathroom
| Special Effect: guards sometimes won't go near you (you stink!)
| Banana pattern camo uniform.
| Get 1st place in all 5 Snake vs. Monkey missions
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|  010.Food |
| This doesn't give medical plant locations. Also, stamina recovery listed is
| for Snake. EVA's may differ slightly.
| AROWANA (Chyornyj Prud, Peschera Cave, Ponizovje, Tikhogornyj)
| A large fish.
| Decent stamina recovery.
| BAIKAL SCALY TOOTH (Svyatogornyj, Sokrovenno West, Tikhogornyj)
| A brown mushroom.
| Barely noticeable stamina recovery.
| BALTIC HORNET'S NEST (Dremuchij Swampland, Dolinovodno)
| A hornet nest.
| Excellent stamina recovery.
| BIGEYE TREVALLY (Ponizovje, Tikhogornyj)
| A fish with silver eyes.
| Barely noticeable stamina recovery.
| CALORIE MATE (Bolshaya Past Base, Ponizovje Warehouse, Lab 2F)
| Never seen a food like this before.
| Excellent stamina recovery.
| COBALT BLUE TARANTULA (Ponizovje Warehouse, Lab B1 East, Kraznogorje Tunnel)
| A large spider.
| Barely noticeable stamina recovery.
| CORAL SNAKE (Chyornyj Prud, Svyatogornyj South)
| A brightly colored snake.
| Good stamina recovery.
| EMPEROR SCORPION (Kraznogorje Mountain)
| A large scorpion.
| Barely noticeable stamina recovery.
| EUROPEAN RABBIT (Graniny Gorki South, Svyatogornyj, Sokrovenno)
| An ordinary rabbit.
| Good stamina recovery.
| FLY AGARIC (Graniny Gorki South, Tikhogornyj)
| A red mushroom.
| Causes food poisoning.
| GIANT ANACONDA (Dremuchij, Peschera Cave, Sokrovenno West, Tikhogornyj)
| A large snake with black spots.
| Great stamina recovery.
| GOLOVA (Dremuchij, Chyornyj Prud, Sokrovenno, Zaozyorje East)
| A large fruit.
| Excellent stamina recovery.
| GREEN TREE PYTHON (Svyatogornyj, Sokrovenno, Rokovoj Bereg)
| A large green snake.
| Moderate stamina recovery.
| INDIAN GAVIAL (Dremuchij Swampland, Chyornyj Prud)
| A large crocodile.
| Decent stamina recovery.
| INSTANT NOODLES (Ponizovje Warehouse, Graniny Gorki South, Lab 2F)
| Apparently turns into a noodle meal.
| Excellent stamina recovery.
| JAPANESE FLYING SQUIRREL (Dremuchij East, Graniny Gorki South)
| A large squirrel.
| Small stamina recovery.
| KENYAN MANGROVE CRAB (Chyomaya Peschera Cave, Ponizovje, Tikhogornyj)
| A large crab.
| Good stamina recovery.
| KING COBRA (Dremuchij North, Bolshaya Past Crevice)
| A large, gray snake.
| Good stamina recovery.
| MAGPIE (Svyatogornyj, Graniny Gorki South)
| A bird with a long tail.
| Slight stamina recovery.
| MARKHOR (Dremuchij South, Sokrovenno, Tikhogornyj)
| A large goat.
| Good stamina recovery.
| MAROON SHARK (Chyomaya Peschera Cave, Ponizovje, Tikhogornyj)
| A fish resembling a carp.
| Decent stamina recovery.
| MILK SNAKE (Chyornyj Prud, Lab Exterior)
| A brightly colored snake.
| Barely noticeable stamina recovery.
| OTTON FROG (Peschera Cave, Kraznogorje Tunnel, Tikhogornyj, Zaozyorje East)
| A large frog.
| Good stamina recovery.
| PARROT (Sokrovenno South)
| A bird that looks familiar.
| Barely noticeable stamina recovery.
| POISON DART FROG (Chyornyj Prud, Graniny Gorki South, Svyatogornyj South)
| A brightly colored frog.
| Causes food poisoning.
| RAT (Rassvet, Bolshaya Past, Peschera Cave, Graniny Gorki, Kraznogorje)
| A common rat.
| Decent stamina recovery.
| RED AVADAVAT (Lab Exterior, Svyatogornyj South)
| A small red bird.
| Slight stamina recovery.
| RETICULATED PYTHON (Dremuchij, Peschera Cave, Graniny Gorki, Zaozyorje)
| A large snake characterized by a mesh pattern.
| Very good stamina recovery.
| RUSSIAN FALSE MANGO (Chyomaya Peschera Cave Entrance, Zaozyorje West)
| A yellow fruit.
| Good stamina recovery.
| RUSSIAN GLOWCAP (Peschera Cave, Underground Tunnel)
| A glowing mushroom.
| Recovers battery.
| RUSSIAN OYSTER MUSHROOM (Dremuchij East, Dremuchij South, Sokrovenno South)
| A flat-headed mushroom.
| Barely noticeable stamina recovery.
| RUSSIAN RATION (Bolshaya Past Base, Groznyj Grad, Zaozyorje West)
| A portable ration issued by the Russian military.
| Decent stamina recovery.
| SIBERIAN INK CAP (Dremuchij, Graniny Gorki South, Sokrovenno, Zaozyorje)
| A brown mushroom.
| Barely noticeable stamina recovery.
| SNAKE LIQUID (Rokovoj Bereg)
| A mysterious white snake.
| Excellent stamina recovery.
| SNAKE SOLID (Rokovoj Bereg)
| A mysterious white snake.
| Excellent stamina recovery.
| SNAKE SOLIDUS (Rokovoj Bereg)
| A mysterious white snake.
| Excellent stamina recovery.
| SPATSA (Graniny Gorki Lab 1F, Svyatogornyj South)
| A grey mushroom.
| Induces sleep.
| SUNDA WHISTLING THRUSH (Dremuchij North, Rassvet, Lab Exterior, Tikhogornyj)
| A large black bird.
| Good stamina recovery.
| TAIWANESE COBRA (Chyomaya Peschera Cave Branch, Graniny Gorki Lab Exterior)
| A snake marked with a spectacle pattern.
| Moderate stamina recovery.
| THAI COBRA (Chyomaya Peschera Cave Entrance, Kraznogorje)
| A brown snake.
| Moderate stamina recovery.
| TREE FROG (Ponizovje West, Svyatogornyj)
| An oddly large tree frog.
| Barely noticeable stamina recovery.
| TSUCHINOKO (Graniny Gorki South, *Tikhogornyj*)
| Never seen a snake like this before.
| Excellent stamina recovery.
| A mushroom that resembles a shiitake.
| Causes food poisoning.
| VAMPIRE BAT (Chyomaya Peschera Cave, Underground Tunnel)
| A large bat.
| Barely noticeable stamina recovery.
| VINE MELON (Svyatogornyj South, Tikhogornyj)
| A melon that grows on a vine.
| Decent stamina recovery.
| WHITE-RUMPED VULTURE (Kraznogorje Mountain)
| A large vulture.
| Very good stamina recovery.
| YABLOKO MOLOKO (Dremuchij, Dolinovodno, Graniny Gorki South, Sokrovenno)
| A red fruit.
| Small stamina recovery.
| *If certain conditions are met (see Tikhogornyj walkthrough section).

|  011.Snake Vs. Monkey |
| I won't cover the details of the mini-game since you really don't need to
| steal somebody else's strategy, just keep playing it. It should take anywhere
| from 1-10 tries depending on memory, and--more importantly--luck for all you
| mediocre Metal Gear Soldiers. It's not hard at all to score 1st place in
| these missions. Just have perseverence. Go team! Yay!
| Monkeys = 9
| Time to beat: 1:00:36
| - Automatically unlocked -
| Monkeys = 15
| Time to beat: 1:45:36
| - Automatically unlocked -
| Monkeys = 21
| Time to beat: 2:00:36
| Unlocked when Rassvet is reached
| Monkeys = 18
| Time to beat: 3:00:36
| Unlocked when Bolshaya Past Base is reached
| Monkeys = 18
| Time to beat: 2:30:36
| Unlocked when Graniny Gorki Lab is reached
| Shatter all the 1st place records in all five levels and you'll get both the
| outrageous banana camo uniform and the shockingly sexy, FPV-nullifying monkey
| mask for use in the real game! Just be sure you save your SVM game data (it's
| a save file that's separated from your actual MGS3 story data).

|  012.Kerotan Frogs |
| Shooting the whole lot of Kerotan frogs will get you the stealth camo upon
| completion of the game; an alternative to the no-alert strategy. In my
| opinion this is far more tedious, but allows you to kill everything that
| breathes and still wind up with MGS3's coveted stealth camouflage. This is
| kind of an unfinished (and somewhat inaccurate) listing of the frogs; I'll
| polish this later on.
| + Tip: make sure you go through this list in order, to save any possible
|  backtracking, with the exclusion of the sidetrack needed for 2 frogs at the
|  beginning of Operation Snake Eater.
|  Looking in FPV a lot will really help you find these frogs. Go ahead. Try
|  it.
| Climb up the tree and shoot the frog atop the rock SE of your position.
| On the path past the mud that stretches to the exit.
| Sitting on a log in the large area to the E.
| 004 DOLINOVODNO  [ ]
| Perched atop the bridge's left post at the S end.
| 005 RASSVET  [ ]
| Shoot the frog through the hole in the wall at the bottom of the stairs.
| Hidden under some logs.
| Climb the tree in the middle of the area and shoot the raised frog W of you.
| At the base of a tree in the center island.
| In the high NW corner of the secluded area blocked off by logs you need to
| hop over.
| 010 DOLINOVODNO  [ ]
| On top of the left post at the N end.
| 011 RASSVET  [ ]
| Underneath the stairs.
| 012 CHYORNYJ PRUD  [ ]
| Underwater at the N edge of the area.
| At a tree base near the 3rd electric fence.
| In the barracks inside the main building, you'll see something green poking
| out from under a desk...
| It's in the SE corner of the area, just out of plain view (I can't believe
| they put one in a boss battle. Bastards...).
| - PONR -
| Enter the passage in the W part of the room with the torch. Enter the
| crawlspace and make your way through; and the one after that. At the end,
| look through the gaping hole and you should see that perky mug of his.
| The frog took a load off at the top of the cave sunroof over The Pain area
|(it's best to pop him after the boss fight).
| In the small alcove housing two claymores, you'll find the frog sitting over
| the entrance if you're in FPV facing S.
| The frog is semi off-screen to the W a little bit up the river.
| Behind a grate in the NW underwater corner.
| In the SE corner above a red door.
| Stuck in the ceiling to the NE-ish region of the warehouse.
| Atop a tree to your immediate left in the N end.
| On the W wall, the frog is hanging around some trees. Go fig.
| Through the window of the shack with the locked door.
| Atop some lockers near the stairs.
| In plain view in the last cell.
| Also in plain view in the NW corner of the large room with a small TV.
| Look in the general area above the door you just came through.
| Somewhat N of the hollow log you run across.
| On a shelf inside the cottage.
| Above and behind the armory.
| Hiding in the mouth of the river (the S end).
| At the base of a tree at the bottom of the N ledge.
| About halfway up the tunnel, hidden behind a protruding wall.
| - PONR -
| Perched on a rock just past the initial flatlands.
| Hanging around a shack near the end of the area.
| Hop on the first mounted machine gun to get a bearing on it.
| About halfway up that radio tower in the distance. Sneaky.
| On a shelf above the bed.
| Sitting on a red pipe in The Fury stage.
| - PONR -
| On the prison roof.
| Under a desk in the N room.
| In the hangar through the doors.
| Approach the stairs to the far left.
| Behind a grate in the sub-level drainage tunnels.
| In the room N of the locker room, on a shelf.
| - Get Officer Uniform -
| Look to the window to the W.
| 049 TIKHOGORNYJ  [ ]
| In plain view at the S end of the river
| Turn around in FPV when you reach the ladder to pick it out.
| Near the front side of the Shagohod.
| - PONR -
| In the Volgin boss battle, up in the NW corner.
| - Chase sequences #53 - #56 -
| 053 GROZNYJ GRAD  [ ]
| Inside a guard tower near the tank lineup.
| 054 GROZNYJ GRAD  [ ]
| On a forklift.
| If facing S in FPV, it's on the boxes to the left after the turn.
| If facing S in FPV, it's on the boxes on the right near the beginning.
| When sniping the planted C3, it's on top of the bridge's support arches.
| In a tower during the Shagohod boss battle.
| - Chase sequences #59 - 61 -
| Wedged between barricades near the end.
| In front of a boulder on your right near the entrance.
| On top of a rock on your left also near the entrance.
| Froggie, froggie, who's got the froggie?
| Behind a tree in the central area between the two guard circles.
| 064 ROKOVOJ BEREG  [ ]
| In the Boss fight, sitting at the top of a tree. Hoo! Done. 

|  013.Miscellaneous |
| The following frequencies can be called to cancel an Alert status, but each
| may only be used once only.
| o 140.61
| o 141.45
| o 141.53
| o 141.98
| o 142.48
| o 142.79
| o 144.40
| o 144.61
| o 144.87
| o 146.67
| o 147.11
| o 148.04
| The following frequencies pick up radio stations that seem to have some
| purpose. The frequencies are only picked up on the very easy and easy
| difficulties.
| o 147.08 - Surfing Guitar / 66 Boys
| o 140.52 - Rock Me Baby / 66 Boys
| o 142.94 - Pillow Talk / Starry.K
| o 144.06 - Jumpin' Johnny / Chunk Raspberry
| o 147.59 - Sailor / Starry.K
| o 140.01 - Salty Catfish / 66 Boys
| o 141.24 - Sea Breeze / Sergei Mantis
| o 149.53 - Don't Be Afraid / Rika Muranaka
| Press R1 to hear "Snake Eater" whisper
| Press L3 to change credits (English, Japanese, Korean*, Russian, Snakes)
| Press R3 to change moving objects
| Use Left Analog Stick to move credits
| Use Right Analog Stick to create/control moving objects
| * Thanks to Brian P.
| Press Triangle to invert colors
| Press R1 to speed up actions
| Press R2 to slow action down
| Press L1 to swap layers
| Press L2 to swap layer colors
| Use Left Analog Stick to change background motion
| Press L3 to change background pattern
| Press R3 to change the color scheme
| When you're captured in Groznyj Grad by Volgin, save the game from the cell
| and reset. When you load it, you'll get to play an awesome mini-game,
| possibly starring another of Kojima's characters. Kind of a Devil May Cry
| sorta thing. I won't cover the details here since there's more mechanics in
| the game than you might expect for something this short-lived. They could
| make a full title game outta this stuff. Hell, they just might.
| o Square attacks
| o X jumps
| o Circle performs special attack
| o Start pauses
| At the prompt before the difficulty select, where it asks your familiarity
| with the MGS series, selecting "I like MGS2!" will start you out with that
| Raikov mask stuck to your face. There's really no point behind it other than
| an additional dull cutscene.
| Connecting MGS3 to the internet will allow you to download the Mummy and
| Grenade camouflage uniforms. I've never tried em seeing as I'm too cheap to
| actually pay for the whole online thing. Those nazis.
| On a table in Granin's office is a model of Jehuty from the Zone of Enders
| series, also Kojima's work. That's it. Just thought it was neat.