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What are you waiting for? GO!

Are you my enemy, American?
~ Salim to Nathan Drake.

Salim is a supporting character from the 2011 video game Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception.

He was voiced by TJ Ramini, who also provided motion capture.

Biography

Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception

As Nathan Drake realizes he will not be able to defeat Katherine Marlowe's men, Salim and the Bedouins come charging in on horseback, attacking Marlowe's agents. Salim rides up to Drake and prepares to shoot him, but Nate pleads for his life. Seeing his distress, Salim spares him and takes him with them as they fight their way out.

Salim takes Drake back to his camp, and tells Drake that he should not be there. Drake asks why he was spared, and Salim tells him that it would have been "impolite" to kill an enemy in distress, and then asks if Drake is his enemy, to which Drake shows no ill will.

Drake explains that he only wishes to rescue Sully, and that their enemy, Marlowe, is crossing the Rub' al Khali desert in search of Iram of the Pillars with Sully as her captive. Salim then explains that they must stop Marlowe from reaching Iram so she will not unleash the power of the Djinn. The next day, Salim's scouts spot Marlowe's caravan in the canyon heading to Iram and he, Drake, and the Bedouins attack the convoy, successfully saving Sully.

After rescuing Sully, they ride towards the Atlantis of the Sands. However, the three heroes (along with a few Bedouins) are split up in the sand storm surrounding the city. As Drake and Sully escape the crumbling city, Salim comes with two other horses, rescuing them. Once they escape, the three of them watch as the city is engulfed by the desert.

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