Father Hugo

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Father Hugo
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Father Hugo widens his arms to embrace you.
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Father Hugo wants to take off his clothes.
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Affiliation Church of Alll-mer
Dark Priests
Inflicted phobias
Phobias Nosophobia, Erotophobia
Biographical information
Date of death 1942 (determinant)
Physical description
Gender Male
Species Human
Spiritual Information
Worshipped God All the gods (Dark Priests are polytheists)
Item drops
Search (Headmaster's key)
Steal (Book of enlightenment)
Overworld data
HP 17 (+1 extra shot)
Note Not executable
Cannot lose limbs using Rifle/Gunslinger
Not affected by Marksmanship
Only takes 2 damage from trenchgun
Battle Theme
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Donnovan Hugo, also known as Father Hugo, is a boss encountered in Fear & Hunger 2: Termina.

Lore

Father Hugo is a well-known figure in the realm of occultism, renowned for his knowledge of the otherwordly. He is the author of "God manifesto", a short manifesto about his views of godhood. Rumors surrounding him have captured the imagination of people, speculating about his remarkably long lifespan that spans several centuries. Some conjecture that this longevity could be attributed to a vampiric nature or his purported practice of bathing in the blood of newborn infants.

Father Hugo's true intentions are currently unexplained. However, it is revealed that his house harbors a collection of scattered journals, hinting at a deep fascination with Ma'habre. This fascination seems to have been sparked by a vivid dream induced by reading a particular book. Within the pages of these journals, Father Hugo's focus becomes apparent: he becomes fixated on the return of a long-lost king and the unification of people under the sun.

Furthermore, it appears that Father Hugo was in the process of relocating from Prehevil at the time when the events of Fear & Hunger 2: Termina transpire. Many of his belongings are packed away in boxes.

Location

He can be found by reaching the Orphanage, at the end of the 2nd floor.

Battle

Stats
Body Part HP Blunt Slashing Piercing Fire Otherwordly Ev. Rate Magic Ev. Resistances
Head 600 90% 90% 90% 90% 120% 75% 40% None
Torso 1250 (5000) None None
Right Arm 1000 None None
Left Arm 1000 None None
Right Leg 800 None None
Left Leg 800 None None
Torso (Naked) 1250 (5000) None None
Right Arm (Naked) 1000 None None
Left Arm (Naked) 1000 None None
Right Leg (Naked) 800 None None
Left Leg (Naked) 800 None None
Penis 20 None None
  • Note: HP in parenthesis is only used for Damage-over-Time calculations.

Strategy

Fear & Hunger Mode

Father Hugo will strip off his clothing and cast Scorched earth, which will give all combatants a large vulnerability to fire. This applies to the boss as well, so applying burn can be very helpful. Since the burning damage is expected, it is highly recommended to unequip any fire-vulnerable items and equip any fire-resistant items. Typically two or three fire attacks will be enough to kill him after he has used Scorched earth due to his low torso health.

The battle can be avoided by simply using any firearms against him in the overworld. Hugo can be eliminated with a large number of bullets (18 pistol bullets, or 9 rifle rounds or shells). It is safe to do so, since he will taunt at the player until he is defeated, although not recommended since the player might need the ammo elsewhere.

Masoχ-S/M Mode

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Dialogues

Talk

  • The priest makes a sign of a cross with his hands moving from one shoulder to another, then to his stomach, and finally to his forehead.
    • Player: [PERSUADE] “Even the most devout priest has a price... What can I offer?”
      • If player has a Rust-coloured pearl
      • The priest is eyeing your Rust-coloured pearl with a wide grimace...
        • Player: “You want this? You can have it.”
          • Cautiously you roll the pearl to the priest. His eyes are fixated on the thing as it rolls slowly closer.
            • Player: Use this chance to attack him (+Hesitation)
            • Player: Let him have the pearl (Battle end, currently doesn't work)
        • Player: “Forget it.”
          • The priest's expression turn into that of annoyment. You managed to evoke at least some emotion from him. (+Furious)
      • If repeated:
      • The priest's face doesn't even flinch. Like a robot, he keeps on walking towards you with a steady pace.
      • If player doesn't have a Rust-coloured pearl
      • The priest has a blank expression on his face. Your persuasion efforts have gone to waste.
    • Player: [INTIMIDATE] “Your god won't help you here.”
      • His eyes show great determination and belief in butchering you like a pig. In other words, your threats have no effect.
    • Player: “Please stay away!”
      • The priest's face doesn't even flinch. Like a robot, he keeps on walking towards you with a steady pace. There is no bargaining with him.
    • Player: “Holyman, can you explain me what's going on here?”
      • His expression doesn't change in the slightest. He keeps on walking towards you one step at a time.
    • Player: “Yes, you better make your prayers.”
      • His eyes show great determination and belief in butchering you like a pig. In other words, your threats have no effect.
    • Player: [Requires affinity with Alll-mer] Make the same gesture of Alll-mer with your hands
      • The priest stops upon seeing you mimic his hand gestures.
        • Player: “I too follow the teachings of Alll-mer.”
          • He remains idle. Seems like you got him thinking... (+Hesitation, currently doesn't work)
        • Player: “Our god doesn't want us to shed blood.”
          • He remains idle. Seems like you got him thinking... (+Hesitation, currently doesn't work)
    • Player: Nevermind

Talk (After Father Hugo used Scorched Earth)

  • Father Hugo: “...”
    • Player: [PERSUADE] “Even the most devout priest has a price... What can I offer?”
      • Father Hugo is in trance. He doesn't seem to react to your words in the slightest.
    • Player: [INTIMIDATE] “Your god won't help you here.”
      • Father Hugo is in trance. He doesn't seem to react to your words in the slightest.
    • Player: “Please stay away!”
      • Father Hugo is in trance. He doesn't seem to react to your words in the slightest.
    • Player: “Holyman, can you explain me what's going on here?”
      • Father Hugo is in trance. He doesn't seem to react to your words in the slightest.
    • Player: “Nevermind”
      • Father Hugo is in trance. He doesn't seem to react to your words in the slightest.

Interactions

“The monstrosity is down...”
Action Result Flavour text
Use Brain flower Success “You've laid down the seed for the flower.”
Use Heart flower Success “You've laid down the seed for the flower.”
Beat him Nothing “No reaction. The priest retains his mocking grin even after his passing...”
Medical diagnosis Nothing
Player with Diagnosis:
“The skin of the priest is cracking. This is no ordinary dry skin Some kind of external force has slowly withered priest's looks. Other than that, and the sunken glassy eyes, he seems to be in relatively normal condition. His body seems to be vulnerable to piercing attacks and his clothing would catch fire easily.”
If Daan is in the party:
“The skin of the priest is cracking. This is no ordinary dry skin. Some kind of external force has slowly withered priest's looks. Other than that, and the sunken glassy eyes, he seems to be in relatively normal condition. His body seems to be vulnerable to piercing attacks and his clothing would catch fire easily.”
Search (Headmaster's key) Nothing
Leave Success Nothing
Devour Success “You devoured the remains.”
Harvest an organ Success Nothing
Saw off his head (Priest's head) Nothing
Necromancy Failure “The soul is too corrupted and frail to be summoned back to the body. The necromancy failed.”

Trivia

  • Father Domek, not Father Hugo, serves as the headmaster of St. Domek's Orphanage, even though Father Hugo possesses a key to the premises. The Orphanage is administered by Father Domek, and it is named after him. Given that both individuals are employed by the church, it is highly likely that they are acquainted with one another.
  • God manifesto suggests that the dark priest Father Hugo views as biased, despite his significant recognition within occult circles, could potentially be Enki, as his Skin Bibles represent one of the few sources of information on Old Gods that can be discovered throughout the game.
  • In an earlier design, the undressed version of Father Hugo was supposed to have a Fallen cherub face popping out from his left side, on his ribs -- implying more horrific deeds done in the Orphanage in the name of Sylvian.
  • If Father Hugo uses Scorched Earth during the fight, his room becomes scorched, burning the contents of both the chest and the bookshelf.

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