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You’re not able to get through these gators until Kel teaches you his ability to throw things.
Afterward, make your way through where the robot exploded, and up to the top of the containers.
Once you’re up on the containers, you’ll notice the gators have moved to the side. Any curious person would backtrack a bit to see what they were blocking.
Inside is a scarecrow named Mr. Scarethrow. The platform inside is similar to the one Kel used to clear the robot blocking the path. If you put two-and-two together, it’s obvious the thing to do is throw items at Mr. Scarethrow.
However, just because he says to come back doesn’t mean you can stop throwing.
If you continue throwing items at Mr. Scarethrow, he’ll start getting angry. He’s not a boss, so you won’t need to worry about fighting.
However, with every throw, he will go on about his traumatic past of abuse in school.
Eventually, he’ll succumb to an existential crisis and reset himself.
That’s when you earn a Steam achievement in Omori called “They call me SCARETHROW.”
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