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|Character in Just Cause 2|
|First appearance||Power Surge|
|Last known status||Alive and well|
"Sri" is a sanskrit word, used as a respectful prefix. It's often used in personal names and names of places in south and south-east Asia. Sri Lanka, Sri Petaling, etc.
He has risen through the ranks to become the leader of the Ular Boys. His agenda is to restore the power to the ancient Ular tribes of Panau although many believe him to be abusing his ethnicity to gain loyalty from the Ular Boys and use them to his advantage in the power-struggle consuming Panau. The Sloth Demon describes him as a man who can manipulate people easily with his speeches. He is prone to calling Rico "serdadu", which means "soldier" in Indonesian. He is extremely loyal to the Ular Boys and, upon contacting Rico via the PDA, even claims that on the occasion of the Japanese army's invasion of Panau "many decades ago", his grandparents and Ulars of their time did not only kill but also ate the Japanese soldiers.
See also: Faction vehicles.
During the cutscene at the beginning of most Ular Boys faction missions, Sri will be driven up to your location in a white Chevalier Liner SB with a few of his faction members surrounding him on the wooden seats in the rear, as he sits where the tailgate would be on one of the other Traveller variants. This vehicles color scheme may or may not be unobtainable, as there have been no confirmed sightings (or even extensive research) into the colors which the Liner SB spawns in. One thing that is notable however, is that the tires on Sri's Liner SB have more detailed, off-road style treads, most likely because it is a cutscene vehicle.
The only time he does not show up in this vehicle for a side-mission cut-scene is Be Quick or He be Dead. However, it is quite tricky to drive a land vehicle into a boat gas station.