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The Abominations are normal humans implanted with amplifiers and administered chemical agents to aid in the development of psychic abilities, while undergoing telesthetic amplification sessions to become Replica Commanders. However, the invasive process of improving and attuning the subjects' psychic fortitude caused extensive neural damage to the candidates, causing them to regress into a violent animalistic state. Symptoms of early psychological decay within the testing studies were incessant paranoia, hallucinations, nightmares, and loss of logical thought.
Although the developmental stages caused the Abominations to become extremely dangerous and unsuitable for being rational commanders, they were successful in obtaining the psychic capability to fully control Replica Soldiers while in an Amplifier machine, but that ability was useless in its entirety, due to the failed subjects possessing inadequate mental control of their own selves and of the replicated soldiers.
Abominations prove to be dangerous to themselves, as they are sometimes seen with bandages wrapped around their heads, and always have severe wounds and rashes. They are kept in a "holding area" in the Paragon Facility, a prison-like area with several rows of tiny, crude metal cells, equipped with mattresses. Michael Becket is attacked by several throughout the course of F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin. At several points in the game, they can be seen attacking enemies and brutally slaughtering them, severing their heads and spraying blood. They attack anything in sight, and have no allies.
These monsters are only fought in four levels: Discovery, Withdrawal, Replica and Snake Fist. Most of the time, the player will fight a group of them, except in the level Withdrawal, where only one is fought.
Prior to the player's first encounter with the Replicas, an Abomination can be seen sitting in a Psychic Amplifier as images of death and destruction flash in front of it on television screens. The Abomination is struggling and roaring, either mad with pain or attempting to get loose. After killing an enemy, they often scribble images on the walls or on the floor using their victims' blood, along with the words such as: "Can he see?"
Foxtrot 813 encounters several Abominations in F.E.A.R. 2: Reborn. They are seen in the sewer area, the sewers seem to be infested by Abominations while Reborn takes place. At the last section, where the player fights them in a circular chamber, if they aren't all dispatched before the Remnant spawn is triggered at the bottom of the pit, the player will have to fight both enemies at once. Interestingly, despite belonging to technically different forces, the Remnants and Abominations will not attack each other.
Abominations are prominent throughout the tutorial, and two campaign levels, Fire Storm and Subway Panic. In addition, there appears to be a stronger version which acts as a boss at the end of Subway Panic. There are also larger and muscular mutants that are featured alongside the abominations during the last stages of Fire Storm. Abominations are much weaker and do slightly less damage than their F.E.A.R. 2 counterpart, however, they will attack the player in overwhelming numbers, forcing the players to gang up and take them out together. Beside these, Abominations act similar in F.E.A.R. 2 and Reborn.
Abominations are savage, humanoid cannibals. They often wear hospital pants, but are sometimes naked. When they are not wearing pants, it can be observed that they do not have genitals; this is either for censorship, or they were surgically removed for unknown reasons; possibly because of damage from self mutilation. Their faces are mutilated; this appears to be self mutilation.
The extent of how the project's research negatively affected the Abominations can be observed from their grotesque physical appearance. Some Abominations can be seen to have stitched skulls, where the likely procedure of neural implant surgery was performed on their brains. Several white circular markings are located along the bodies of the test subjects, where diode devices to assist in psychic activity are to be located internally, and are able to be easily connected to other supportive systems, such as a T.A.C. chair. The Abominations are the frightening aftermath of inhumane attempts to excel a human's brain and body to supernatural lengths, ultimately destroying the sanity of the individual in return for power.
Abominations are lethally quick and have the ability to run on walls, coupled with quick hit-and-run melee attacks that deal a great amount of damage. Thus, they share very similar abilities to that of Replica Assassins. Unlike the Assassins, however, they cannot become invisible and they can grab hold of Becket. In the latter scenario, only repeated meleeing will shake them off. The sounds they make are animal-like and will alert the player to their presence.
- The player should listen for the animal-like sounds they make as a warning. Hitting Slow-Mo once they are seen will make the player better able to avoid a heavy hit.
- Abominations can pop out of anywhere, so avoid tunnel vision and always keep alert to one's surroundings, including the ground and ceilings.
- They like to attack when the player isn't looking, especially from behind.
- Keep in mind that when there's one, there's almost always more.
- Abominations typically run away when faced, so they can hide again and surprise the player.
- The SHO Series-3 Combat Shotgun and Andra FD-99 Submachine Gun are arguably the best weapons for anti-Abomination work: the former because they have to get close to hit the player and the Series-3 can kill it in one or two shots, the latter because it fills the air with lead, and is more common than AR ammo early in the game.
- Slow-Mo should be used as much as possible. Abominations are fast, and they like to hit and run.
- The player should try to get into a sheltered or secluded area (e.g. a prison cell) to force the Abominations to come through a small doorway in order to reach him. This gives them a predictable point of entry. The player should wait patiently with their back against a corner with their shotgun (or whatever weapon they have) out. If motion is seen, use Slow-Mo and fire. Because the Abominations are notorious for ambushing the player if given the chance, this method will keep the player in good shape.
- They die with one point blank shot from both types of shotgun, which means they have less health than most Replica Forces. In some cases they can survive multiple shotgun blasts if far enough.
- Contrary to some, hitting them with LM10 Napalm Cannon at close range is not enough, they will still attack even on fire, and they need about three direct hits to kill. However, the LM10 is very useful is if the player hits the abomination with LM10 at medium range, they will run away and burn to death.
- If Becket gets jumped on by one, the only thing the player can do is spam the melee button before taking too much damage.
- After they are meleed-off, a good way to kill them is to slidekick them while they are on the ground, (which on easy, always results in an instant kill.)
- It is not advised to run away from Abominations, due to their speed.
- The symptoms of insanity observed in Abominations match those of Alma Wade, who also suffered severe mental side effects due to her telepathic powers.
- Abominations have the ability to crawl on walls and the ceiling, as well as make great leaps, which is reminiscent of the Replica Assassins' similar abilities. How the Abominations are able to achieve these feats is not explained.
- It is possible that their experimentation gave them the ability to adhere to surfaces
- It could be assumed that the Bigbrothers are related in some way to the normal abominations due to the former's name.