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"Not much is known about the jaguar on the footage. The Indians believe it is a god. They call it 'Tezcatlipoca'. The god of death. There are rumors of sacrifices being made to 'Tezcatlipoca'."
Diana Burnwood, Controller, The Agency

U'wa jungle god (referred by the U'wa tribe as Tezcatlipoca, the god of death in U'wa language) is a large jaguar worshiped by the U'Wa tribe as their God of death.


It can be encountered during the mission The Jungle God when Agent 47 is trying to locate the secret passage to Pablo's camp. The U'wa tribe worship it as their god, thus, killing it will provoke their anger and turn them hostile against Agent 47. They attack 47 by shooting darts at him with blowguns until death - theirs or his.

Being a jaguar, it is swift and agile, capable of approaching 47 in mere seconds. In addition, it will ignore your disguise.



  • If a corpse or a pig is dragged and dropped in its presence on the altar, the jaguar will eat it. If not, it will attack 47. If killed by it, 47 will die in a White void cutscene.
  • This is the second non-target displayed as one in the briefing. The first one is U'wa idol.
  • The head of the Jungle God is featured on a mantle as an easter egg in The Jacuzzi Job.
  • Tezcatlipoca, in reality, is considered an Aztec deity, usually associated with different concepts like the night sky, the night winds, hurricanes, the north, the earth, obsidian, enmity, discord, rulership, divination, temptation, jaguars, sorcery, beauty, war and strife. The Aztec culture was present mainly in central Mexico, with no relationship whatsoever with the real life U'wa or any other indigenous culture from Colombia.