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    Resident Evil Plot Analysis
    Author: Julia Micheals
    Version .50
    Last Update: June 9, 2010
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    Table of Contents
    1. Resident Evil 0
       a. Introduction
       b. The game
       c. FAQ
    2. Resident Evil
       a. Introduction
       b. The game
       c. FAQ
    3. Resident Evil 2
       a. Introduction
       b. The game
       c. The Fourth Survivor
       d. Aftermath
       e. FAQ
    4. Resident Evil 3 
       a. Introduction
       b. The game
       c. Aftermath
       d. FAQ
    5. Resident Evil Survivor
       a. Introduction
       b. The game
       c. FAQ
    6. Resident Evil Code: Veronica X
       a. Introduction
       b. The game
       c. FAQ
    7. Resident Evil 5
        a. Introduction
        b. The game
        c. Lost in Nightmares
        d. Desperate Escape
        e. FAQ
    8. Timeline
    9. References
    1. Resident Evil 0
    a. Introduction
    Resident Evil 0 is a prequel to the remake. It details the events leading up
    to The Mansion Incident just one day before it happened.
    b. The game
    8:17PM July 23, 1998
    The Ecliptic Express, an Umbrella owned train is moving through the Arklay
    forest. Even the passengers are all Umbrella employees.  Outside, standing
    on a mountain over the train is a man in a white robe, singing an eerie song.
    One of the passengers looks out the window after hearing a wet "thud". Within
    seconds the train is slammed by several of these wet "thuds". The cause of the
    sound are a multitude of large leeches with teeth.  Breaking the glass, the
    leeches get inside the train and attack the passengers, even the conductor
    inside the front compartment. Eventually the train comes to a stop and all
    the people on the train are dead. 
    Two hours later...
    Rebecca Chambers is on her first assignment with S.T.A.R.S.
    (Special Tactics and Rescue Service) Bravo Team.  Bravo team consists of
    Enrico Marini, Bravo Team's leader; Richard Aiken; Edward Dewey;
    Forest Speyer; Kenneth Sullivan; and Rebecca. Their mission is to
    investigate some strange murders that have been going on as of late in the
    Arklay Forest. The helicopter they are riding in experiences engine failure,
    but the pilot, Kevin Dooley is able to land the helicopter safely and nobody
    is hurt. 
    Everyone gets out except Kevin, who stays with the chopper. At an unknown
    distance from the helicopter Rebecca sees an over-turned Military Police
    vehicle with two dead soldiers inside. The vehicle is covered in slime.
    Finding a file, Rebecca reads it to the group. It's a court order for
    A prisoner named Billy Coen, who was a former second lieutenant in the
    Marines, was being transported to the Regarthon  Base for Execution.
    One of Rebecca's team mates, Edward Dewey assumes that Billy must have
    murdered the two soldiers and escaped. The Bravo Team leader, Enrico Marini
    takes the file from Rebecca and tells everyone to separate and survey
    the area, telling them to keep their guard up.
    Rebecca goes her own way through the forest. It is raining lightly and she
    discovers the Ecliptic Express. She decides to check it out for herself.
    Inside the train, Rebecca hears a radio. She expects to see Billy Coen, but
    instead she sees a dead passenger. His skin looks rotten and it is starting
    to peel off.  She takes the radio from him and turns it off, but the passenger
    gets up and starts to move towards her. His eyes are milky white and he is
    making a disquieting moaning sound. She turns to run, but behind her are two
    more of these "dead" people. One of them is the conductor. She shoots all
    three of them until they "die". Rebecca can't explain what just happened,
    she thought they were already dead. 
    Near the front of the train, Rebecca sees a dead train employee holding a key.
    She kneels down to take it, however, Billy Coen walks up behind her and points
    a handgun at her. She notices and turns around slowly.She already knows him
    from the file she recovered earlier. Billy figures out that she's with
    S.T.A.R.S. so he starts to walk away. Rebecca tries to assert her authority
    and tells him he's under arrest, but he doesn't take her seriously, showing
    her his handcuffs that are still dangling from his wrist as he walks away. 
    As Rebecca processes all this, Edward crashes through a nearby window.
    He has bite marks and tells Rebecca that "The forest is full of zombies
    and monsters." Edward dies, and a zombie dog jumps through the window.
    Just as Rebecca kills one of the zombie dogs, another jumps through the
    window. After killing the two zombie dogs, Rebecca looks back at Edward.
    She thinks to herself that he was so happy just a few hours ago.
    Rebecca then heads towards the back of the train. On the way she gets a call
    from Enrico on her walkie talkie. Enrico tells Rebecca that he found more
    information from the Military Police Vehicle stating that Billy killed 23
    people. She begins to worry, but proceeds to the next car over.
    In the dining car, Billy comes through the door Rebecca just came through
    and asks to cooperate with her, saying that the train is too dangerous to be
    alone. Rebecca disagrees. Despite her fear of Billy, she doesn't show it and
    asserts her authority. She refuses to work with a wanted felon and says she
    can take care of herself. Billy crosses his arms and leans against a wall and
    tells her he will wait there. Rebecca goes up the stairs into the dining area. 
    In the dining area, Rebecca sees an old man sitting at one of the tables. He
    doesn't look like the zombies, and he isn't making eye contact with her even
    when she walks up to him. She puts her hand on his shoulder and as he turns
    his head towards her it falls off. His body splits into and falls on the
    floor. Rebecca screams and she notices that the man was made out of  leeches.
    The leeches are starting to reform into a human shape again. They take on the
    appearance of the same man, but this time it doesn't look as human as before
    and appears slimy. The arms are capable of reaching out to long lengths.
    Rebecca turns to run, but the leech man splits again and the leeches begin to
    swarm around Rebecca. Just as they overtake her, Billy shoots some of the
    leeches away. The leeches turn their attention to Billy and he shoots two
    more in mid air. The rest of the leeches slide away. Billy asks Rebecca if
    she is OK. She gives him a thumbs up.
    As Rebecca catches her breath, she and Billy notice the young man in the white
    robe standing some distance from the train, on a mountain outside. He is
    singing in a high pitched voice and the leeches are coming to him. 
    The train begins to move again. Rebecca wants to check out the front of the
    train to see who started it, but Billy asks to co-operate again. Rebecca is
    still a little hesitant, but after Billy reminds her of the leeches, she
    agrees to work with him. He throws her some handgun ammo and tells her to give
    him a call if she finds anything motioning towards his own walkie talkie. 
    While Rebecca goes to check out the front of the train, Billy heads toward the
    back of the dining area and climbs through a window to check out the roof.
    He sees that the power cable has been disconnected. He reconnects it, which
    powers the kitchen door below. Billy notices that leeches are forming around
    the cable, and they attack him. He falls through a hole in the ceiling
    backwards into one of the train's rooms. This room is just off of the dining
    area he was just in, but he can't get out of the room because something is
    stuck in the keyhole and the doorknob won't turn.  He needs something sharp,
    and apparently his knife won't do. However, there is a small service lift in
    the room, and Billy sends down a key, which Rebecca retrieves from the service
    lift in the kitchen. Rebecca discovers the train's bar, where she hears a
    disconcerting screeching sound coming from above. Exploring one of the train's
    hallways, Rebecca finds an ice pick to send to Billy.  Going back through the
    bar, Rebecca finds out the source of the hissing sound earlier. A scorpion
    the size of a car crashes through the roof.  Rebecca defeats the scorpion
    and moves on.  She sends the ice pick to Billy and he is able to get out
    of the room. Together, the two find a hookshot and take it with them. It
    will come in handy for getting to hard to reach places. 
    Eventually, the two find the conductor's keycard and are able to get to the
    front compartment of the train. Also on the train are two Umbrella Special
    Forces Delta Team members. They radio Albert Wesker and William Birkin, who
    are in a different location, that they have gained control of the train.
    Birkin asks Wesker how the T-virus could have leaked to the lab, the mansion,
    and now to the train that is "almost three miles away".  Wesker covers the
    microphone, not wanting the Delta Team members to hear their conversation. He
    tells Birkin that no knowledge of the outbreak is to get out and that the
    train must be destroyed. However, before the Delta Team members can do
    anything else they are overtaken by leeches and are killed.
    Rebecca and Billy walk past the dead Delta Team members and go into the
    control room. Billy sees that the train will soon derail and crash. Rebecca
    tells Billy to stay there while she goes to the back of the train to use the
    control panel that will initiate the brakes. She grabs the magnetic card and
    heads towards the back of the train. 
    On her way to the back, the Delta Team members turn into zombies and get up.
    She gets past them, but further up she sees that  Edward is also infected and
    is up and about eating another zombie. Rebecca doesn't want to shoot him, but
    she has no choice; he is blocking her path. 
    Rebecca makes it to the back of the train and uses the magnetic card to
    initiate the brakes. She uses her walkie talkie to let Billy know that the
    brakes are ready. He puts the brakes on. It slows the train just enough for
    them to survive the crash. The two are thrown from the train. When Billy comes
    to he sees that they are at the end of the train line. Rebecca is holding her
    arm, but it isn't broken. 
    They find that the place they are at leads to Umbrella's Executive Training
    Facility. Rebecca sees a large picture of a familiar looking man on the
    staircase. The leeches had took  on this man's appearance earlier on the
    train. Billy reads the inscription below the pictures. It's a picture of the
    first general manager, James Marcus. 
    Birkin and Wesker are watching Billy and Rebecca from their monitor room.
    Birkin asks Wesker who they are. Wesker, being the Captain of S.T.A.R.S. knows
    who Rebecca is, but doesn't know Billy. Then a recording sounds at the
    Training Facility. It is an old recording made by James Marcus on the company
    Wesker and Birkin's monitor changes to show the young man in the white robe.
    The man tells them that he infected the lab, the mansion, and the train to get
    revenge on Umbrella. The young man beings to sing again and the leeches take
    the shape of an old man as they had earlier on the train. Birkin and Wesker
    recognize this replica as James Marcus. The young man in white says that ten
    years ago Marcus was murdered by Umbrella and that Birkin and Wesker had
    helped. Wesker and Birkin are shocked that this man would know about something
    that happened ten years ago; they don't recognize him.
    The Training Facility also has zombies. It seems as though Umbrella was trying
    to reopen this old Training Facility that was shut down 20 years ago. The
    Umbrella personnel who were trying to reopen it became infected.
    After retrieving a key they need to progress, Rebecca is grabbed by a giant
    centipede. According to Resident Evil Archives, this centipede is known as
    Centurion and has mutated from recent "accidental exposure to the T-virus".
    Billy shoots the centipede until it falls and drops Rebecca. Billy makes sure
    Rebecca is alright and they continue to explore the Training Center. 
    While exploring the Training Facility, they discover a secret passage way
    behind the picture of James Marcus. Going down into the basement they stumble
    upon a prison area. The two spot a large air vent that only Rebecca can fit
    through. Billy gives Rebecca a boost and she goes through the air vent. On the
    other side is a torture chamber complete with an Iron Maiden.  
    The young man in white is watching Rebecca from the Training Facility's
    monitor room. He releases a monkey B.O.W. known as the Eliminator. The
    Eliminator jumps on Rebecca's back, and bites her. She gets it off, but when
    it tries to attack again she dodges and lands hard on a weak spot on the
    floor. She falls through the old, unstable floor, but manages to grab on to a
    steel beam over what looks like a bottomless drop.  She calls frantically for
    Billy's help over the walkie talkie.
    Meanwhile, Birkin and Wesker are about to go their separate ways. This will
    be the last time they see each other. The two are talking about Dr. Marcus
    and the young man. Wesker believes he knows the true identity of the young man
    in white, saying that if the conspiracy is brought to attention Spencer's
    career will  be over, and theirs, too. Wesker tells Birkin that he will be
    leaving Umbrella. Birkin is shocked by this and says that he needs more time
    to complete the G-virus.  Wesker tells Birkin that he will be luring the
    S.T.A.R.S. members into the Mansion to collect combat data. (He plans to
    betray Umbrella and use this information to join a rival organization). Birkin
    has no choice but to accept that Wesker is leaving Umbrella, he will still
    focus his attention on the G-virus. He tells Wesker that he plans to set off
    the Training Facility's self-destruct system in hopes of killing the
    mysterious young man.
    Billy receives Rebecca's distress call and rushes to save her. He leaves the
    secret basement area and goes to a different part of the Training Facility
    that has recently been made accessible, the boiler room which leads to another
    Rebecca is holding on by one hand by now and as her hand slips Billy grabs her
    and pulls her up. As Rebecca is getting up she gets a call from Enrico asking
    if she has found Billy. Billy stands still as if holding his breath for the
    worst. Rebecca lies and says she has found him yet, but she will keep
    searching for him.  Rebecca  says to Billy that this is her first mission
    and that she has "already disobeyed orders', but she doesn't think she'll live
    long enough to regret it. She asks Billy if he really killed 23 people,
    wondering why a murderer would put so much effort into rescuing her time and
    time again. She tells him she won't judge him, but wants to know the truth
    about what happened. 
    Billy sighs and tells her that last year his unit was in Africa to look for
    a guerrilla hideout. Many of the other people in his unit had been killed
    or had died from heat stroke, until there were only four people left,
    including Billy. Billy explains to Rebecca that there wasn't really a
    guerrilla hideout. Those in charge had Billy and his unit going on wrong
    information. Billy's leader didn't want to go home empty handed and ordered
    Billy and the other two surviving marines to attack an innocent African
    village. The whole village was rounded up and as the villagers huddled
    together, Billy's leader ordered his unit to open fire.  Billy refused
    to participate and tried to convince his leader to cease fire, but his
    leader hit him with the butt of his gun. Billy then attacked his leader.
    It is unknown what happened to that leader, but it seems as though Billy
    was blamed for the deaths of the African civilians. Rebecca asks if Billy
    followed his orders to execute the villagers, but he won't go any further
    than that. To Billy it makes no difference. He is a wanted felon and he will
    have to run for the rest of his life. 
    Billy and Rebecca locate all three of the motto tablets and place them in the
    slots in the observatory. When all three are placed the room descends to a
    lower level that opens a new path for them.  On the other side is a bridge
    leading to a church. Small bats fly around outside the church. Inside the
    church one of them fights a giant bat. After defeating the bat they notice
    a hole in the ceiling. They use the hookshot to get on the roof. The roof
    provides access to the back of the church where they find the circuit breaker.
    The circuit breaker controls the power to a nearby elevator. Rebecca and Billy
    get into the elevator and go down. At the bottom they find James Marcus'
    secret laboratory. 
    In Marcus' office one of them finds an old photograph from 1939 of Marcus'
    graduation. The man in the photograph looks just like the young man in white.
    They discover an aerial cable car that will lead them out of Marcus' lab. They
    start the cable car, but just before they are about to leave an Eliminator
    drops down and scratches Rebecca. Next it jumps on Billy and he falls over the
    railing. As Rebecca looks over the railing for Billy a leech man sneaks up
    behind her.  The cable car's power supply is shut off, barring her from
    escaping. She kills it and gets on the cable car by herself after restarting
    it. Getting off the cable car she finds herself at another Umbrella facility.
    She makes her way into the monitor room where Birkin and Wesker were earlier,
    where she sees a prototype Tyrant in a capsule on the monitor. She finds a
    key. Using the key she calls up the turntable and rides it to the bottom where
    there is an entrance to  Birkin's laboratory. She doesn't go in, however. 
    Enrico comes out of the elevator in Birkin's lab. Rebecca is surprised to see
    him alive. Enrico tries to get Rebecca to come with him to the Spencer
    Mansion, but she lets it slip that she has to find Billy. She tells Enrico
    that she and Billy got separated and insists on finding him. Enrico sighs
    and heads toward the Spencer Mansion on his own. Rebecca never sees Enrico
    Rebecca tries to get on a different elevator, but the Prototype Tyrant she
    saw earlier appears on a nearby mound of rubble. The elevator is taking a
    while to arrive and a shutter closes, giving her a small area to fight in.
    When the Tyrant is defeated the elevator is finally ready.
    Note: If Rebecca re-enters this area later, the Tyrant's body is gone and
    there is a large hole in the shutter where it got away.
    The young man in white is still observing Rebecca as she rides the elevator
    to the fourth floor.  The elevator leads to a  water treatment plant run by
    Umbrella where she sees Billy in the water below. Something large is swimming
    through the water and is attacking Billy. Billy is swept away in the water to
    another part of the facility .
    When she finds him he is unconscious, but he has managed to pull himself onto
    some grating. Rebecca gets him to come to and they notice there are human
    bones in the corner. Billy comments that these must be Marcus' test subjects. 
    While exploring the water treatment plant together the Prototype Tyrant shows
    up again. They defeat it for good this time. 
    After exploring the treatment facility for a while they come upon a room
    filled with leeches. The young man is in the room. He transforms into the old
    version of James Marcus and explains to them that ten years ago, he was
    assassinated by Umbrella Special Forces under Spencer's orders. Birkin and
    Wesker had been there to witness this and had probably led the special forces
    to Marcus' location since Marcus had trusted the two. 
    Marcus' body was thrown in water, possibly in that same water treatment plant.
    He transforms back into his younger self saying that the Queen Leech
    reanimated him and he plans to have revenge on the whole world. As he laughs
    he throws up some leeches. This seems to catch him by surprise. He then starts
    to transform again, this time into the Queen Leech.
    According to Resident Evil Archives the Queen Leech was able to become like
    James Marcus after it entered his dead body and merged with his DNA over the
    last ten years. The Queen Leech believed itself to be Marcus and took on the
    form of his younger self. It carried around Marcus' memories and behaved just
    as Marcus would. 
    After taking a lot of damage the Queen Leech falls and drops two keys. They
    use the keys to get out of the room. In the next room is a lift that they ride
    up to the next floor.
    As the lift is going up they notice that the Queen Leech isn't dead yet and
    that it is chasing them up the shaft. Unfortunately they can't get the
    platform to move any faster. Then the self-destruct sequence goes off. Birkin
    finally got around to setting it off. The Queen Leech catches up to them and
    rams the platform. They are thrown off, but luckily they have made it to the
    next floor, which happens to be a helipad. 
    While fighting the Queen Leech they discover that it is weak against sunlight.
    The sun is shining through the roof a bit and they find a way to open the
    roof. Rebecca unlocks the four locking mechanisms by turning handles while
    Billy distracts the Queen Leech. 
    Finally all four of the locks are unlocked and the roof opens. The Queen Leech
    reacts to the sunlight immediately; knocking Billy and Rebecca aside. Where
    Rebecca lands, she finds a magnum and throws it to Billy. Billy catches it and
    shoots the Queen Leech killing it in one shot. The Queen Leech is ripped into
    pieces and falls down the shaft that they had just come up. The self-destruct
    system is already starting to take effect. There is a small explosion where
    they are and they are able to get out of the way and escape. Meanwhile, the
    Umbrella Training Facility blows up completely. 
    The two arrive in the forest again where they had began their journey, this
    time seeing the Spencer Mansion down below them from where they are standing.
    Billy takes off his handcuffs and tosses them away. Rebecca points out the
    Mansion to him, saying that Enrico had told her about it. Rebecca rips Billy's
    dog tags from around his neck and puts it around her neck saying that
    officially Billy Coen is dead. She is letting him go and will cover for him to
    ensure his freedom. They salute each other and Rebecca turns to walk away,
    heading towards the mansion. Billy thanks Rebecca and gives her a thumbs up.
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    2. Resident Evil
    a. Introduction
    The following analysis covers the gamecube version of Resident Evil. For the
    purpose of this analysis I have combined Chris and Jill's scenerios to show
    how Chris, Jill, Barry, and Rebecca all survived. As such, the following
    analysis is a little more vague and is not meant to follow just one of the
    scenerios exactly. Instead it is a mix of both.
    b. The game
    July 24, 1998, Night
    S.T.A.R.S. Alpha team is flying over the forest where Bravo team had crashed
    the night before. On board the helicopter are Jill Valentine, Chris Redfield,
    Barry Burton, Joseph Frost, and Captain Albert Wesker. Jill spots the crashed
    helicopter and points it out. The team searches the helicopter, and they find
    that Kevin Dooley, who had piloted the helicopter for Bravo Team is dead.
    Soon, Joseph is attacked by zombie dogs. Jill tires to save him, but shooting
    seems to do no good. She notices the dogs are starting to eat away at his
    flesh and she freezes; they start running towards her. Too stunned to shoot,
    Jill is saved by Chris, who shoots one of the dogs for her and tells her to
    run. Unfortunately, Alpha Team's helicopter pilot, Brad Vickers panics and
    flies off without them. Chris turns to see the dogs closing in on him, but
    Captain Wesker shoots another one and tells Chris to follow him. Wesker, Jill,
    Chris, and Barry sprint towards a nearby mansion.
    *If you play as Chris, Barry gets separated from the group at this point and
    you never see him again.
    *If you play as Jill, Chris gets separated from the group and you don't see
    him again until towards the end of the game, however you never meet Rebecca at
    It is my belief that all four entered the mansion, but split up for varying
    circumstances. According to Resident Evil Archives, Chris gets separated from
    the other three while running to the mansion. Once inside the mansion Wesker
    sends Jill to investigate the dining room, and Barry volunteers to go with her
    since he and Chris are long time friends. Barry notices blood on the floor in
    the dinning room and hopes it isn't Chris'. In an adjacent hallway Jill
    discovers that Kenneth J. Sullivan from Bravo Team is being eaten by a zombie.
    Jill panics and runs back to the dining room. The zombie follows her, and
    Barry shoots the zombie until it falls. Barry and Jill return to the main hall
    to tell Wesker, but when they go back he is gone. Jill and Barry decide to
    split up to search for Wesker and Chris. Barry gives Jill a lockpick and they
    go their separate ways. 
    Chris and Jill work independently. Barry and Jill also work independently,
    but run into each other quite frequently
    Jill finds a shotgun mounted on a wall in one of the mansion's rooms and takes
    it. Doing this makes a suspicious "click" sound, but she thinks nothing of it.
    Leaving out of the adjoining square-shaped room, which leads back the
    mansion's east hallway, she notices that the ceiling is lowering.
    Unfortunately for her this is one of the mansions most dangerous traps and
    both of the doors have locked. She yells for Wesker or Barry's help. Luckily,
    Barry happens to be right outside of the door and hears her. He shoots the
    doorknob, and after opening the door, pulls her out just seconds before the
    ceiling reaches the floor. She thanks him, but asks why he is there when he
    said he was going to the dining room, which is on the west side of the
    mansion. Barry acts suspicious and says he just had something to check. They
    part ways again. 
    Chris and Jill read notes left behind by researchers and other Umbrella staff
    that used to live and work there. They learn that the mansion is just a cover
    up for a secret laboratory on the property. Several files mention that an
    outbreak has occurred. In one room, Jill sees Barry looking over a document.
    He shows it to Jill; part of it is torn off, and she asks him about it. Barry
    tells her he thinks it must have been the most important part of the document,
    and someone probably tore it off to protect a secret.
    They find Forest Speyer of Bravo Team dead, apparently pecked to death by
    crows. Jill takes his grenade launcher.
    In one of the upstairs rooms, Chris finds Rebecca Chambers and Richard Aiken
    of Bravo Team, still alive. Rebecca never mentions to Chris about what
    happened to her the night before, or about meeting Billy Coen. Richard has
    been bitten by a large snake and Rebecca, the team's medic tells Chris to
    find some serum; the snake had to be poisonous. Chris runs to the mansion's
    drug room, and retrieves the serum. He brings it back to Rebecca. Rebecca
    gives Richard a shot. Richard hands Chris his radio and goes unconscious.
    Chris and Rebecca move Richard to the mansion's drug room where it is safe.
    Rebecca stays with Richard and Chris continues to search the mansion.
    Inside the mansion's attic, Chris or Jill see the large snake called Yawn that
    bit Richard earlier. The T-virus outbreak caused the snake to grow to an
    impossible size.
    In a gallery room, there is a painting titled "Lisa, protected by the three
    spirits". Perhaps this is a painting of Lisa Trevor, the daughter of the
    architect who planned this mansion, George Trevor. In a family photo we see
    later of Lisa Trevor she appears to have curly dark hair, the same as the
    woman in the painting.
    Just outside the mansion's backdoor is a small graveyard. There is a basement
    in the graveyard where researchers locked away a dangerous experiment known as
    a V-ACT, also known as a Crimson Head. A coffin containing the prototype
    Crimson Head is suspended by four chains. Chris and/or Jill have been
    collecting masks during the early part of the game, and when put in their
    respective place the chains fall off one by one until the coffin falls down
    with a large thud. Chris or Jill gets locked inside the basement until the
    Crimson Head Elder is defeated. They collect an important item and push a
    switch inside the coffin to get out of the basement.
    Jill finds a small cabin that is out in a wooded area close to the mansion.
    It looks old and appears in poor condition, but a fire is burning in the
    fireplace. After picking up a crank, Jill hears the cabin door squeak open.
    She goes to check it out, but gets knocked unconscious. When she finally comes
    to she is laying in front of the fireplace. She gets up and sees a deformed
    woman in chains headed her way. The woman is dressed in rags and wears human
    faces over her own face. This is Lisa Trevor. She is a long time test subject
    at the Arklay Lab. Lisa and her mother, Jessica had arrived at the Spencer
    Mansion before George Trevor did, but they were captured and used to test
    the Progenitor Virus. Jessica was given Progenitor Type-A, but failed to fuse
    with the virus; she was disposed of. Lisa was given Progenitor Type-B and was
    seen as a success. Even though both George and Jessica were disposed of, the
    staff kept Lisa around. Lisa Trevor's amazing ability to survive the
    Progenitor Virus and the Nemesis Prototype made her a valuable test subject.
    However, Progenitor warped her mind and body, and she had a nasty habit of
    ripping off the faces of female researchers that reminded her of her mother.
    Because of this, the researchers had decided to finally dispose of Lisa. They
    monitored her vital signs, and when they assumed she was dead, she was
    disposed of. However, Lisa wasn't dead at all. Instead she hung around the
    mansion grounds, this cabin, and some underground caves in particular. Lisa is
    virtually invincible, so Jill runs out of the cabin and back through the woods
    to get away from her.                  
    In the courtyard, Chris gets a call from Brad on the radio asking someone to
    respond, but Chris can't get the radio to work.
    Both Jill and Chris explore another cabin like residence that is on the
    mansion's grounds, but they don't see each other.
    In the residence, a document is found mentioning Plant 42, a plant that has
    grown substantially after the May 11th T-virus outbreak. Not only did the
    T-virus change the plant's size, but it also changed it's anatomy. It is
    written in the file that after the outbreak, one of the researchers went crazy
    and destroyed the Aqua Ring, which caused the basement to be flooded. The
    researcher writing the document theorizes that a chemical in the water is
    helping Plant 42 grow since it's roots have grown down into the basement.
    He also writes that a second way that Plant 42 obtains nutrients is though
    human blood.
    When Chris enters the Aqua Ring he sees Richard standing in deep water, and
    clinging to the far railing. Chris approaches him, but Richard pushes him out
    of the way. Chris sees why; a large Great White Shark appears and grabs
    Richard with it's huge jaws. All that is left is blood in the water.
    This Great White Shark is known as Neptune and is one of the
    experiments. There are also two smaller sharks in the water.
    Chris makes it into the Aqua Ring's control room and drains the water.
    The sharks are "beached" and are rendered virtually harmless. However,
    Neptune is in a section where the water is still somewhat deep. The water
    comes up to Chris' waist and he walks by thinking it's dead. On a platform
    is a key he needs to progress. Once on the platform he reaches for the key,
    but the Great White tries to attack, and the key falls in the water in front
    of Neptune.  Using a generator unit, Chris electrocutes Neptune adn is able
    to safely get to the key.
    Next, Chris enters the room where Plant 42's bulb-like body is located.
    Plant 42 grabs Chris, but he manages to get out of the plant's grip. Using
    the second floor of the room to access the plant's weak spot he is able to
    defeat the killer plant.
    After defeating Plant 42, Chris sees Rebecca. He tells her that Richard has
    died. Rebecca tells Chris about the nearby supply room where she can treat
    Chris's wounds; she runs off to the supply room. Inside the supply room,
    Rebecca breaks down, and cries.  
    While exploring the residence, Jill overhears a conversation between Barry
    and someone else (Wesker). She hears Barry say, "It's not necessary to destroy
    S.T.A.R.S." The conversation she hears also indicates that Barry's family is
    in trouble. Jill goes in right away to confront whoever is in the room, but
    the only person she sees is Barry. Barry acts suspicious and says he was
    talking to himself. He reasons that the creepy mansion is getting to him, and
    he leaves to go outside. Jill is worried and concerned, but keeps what she
    just heard to herself. She later sees Wesker and is relieved to see him alive.
    Wesker tells her he thinks Barry is acting strange, and Jill agrees with him.
    Wesker tells her to keep exploring the main mansion.
    On his way out of the residence, Chris gets another call from Brad, but he
    still can't get the radio to work. Upon returning to the main mansion, Chris
    and Jill are confronted by a B.O.W. called the Hunter, although Rebecca has
    already encountered these the night before. A traitor has released these on
    Inside of the mansion's library, Yawn shows up again. This time it is defeated
    for good.
    After unlocking Sir Spencer's study, Chris hears Rebecca scream from upstairs.
    He runs upstairs and sees that Rebecca is cornered by one of the Hunters and
    she doesn't have a gun. She is too stunned to even go through the door that is
    next to her. Chris kills the Hunter for her, and makes sure she is ok. Chris
    tells her they need to find the others as soon as possible and get out of
    there. He tells her they need to keep working separately, but for her to be
    more careful. 
    Jill finds a battery that she uses to operate the elevator that is in the
    courtyard. She uses it, and it reveals a passageway hidden behind the
    waterfall. The passageway leads to some underground caves.  Jill finds Enrico,
    the leader of Bravo Team, injured. After making sure Jill is alone, Enrico
    tells Jill that someone in S.T.A.R.S. is a traitor, and Umbrella had seet them
    up. Before Enrico can tell Jill who the traitor is, Enrico is shot in the
    chest and dies instantly. Unfortunately, Jill doesn't see who shot Enrico.
    The traitor releases more Hunters to the area. 
    While exploring the cave, Jill comes upon one room where an enormous spider
    appears. This is the Black Tiger. There are other smaller spiders in the room,
    although they still rather huge. The Black Tiger has a few dead humans trapped
    in webs that hang from the ceiling. Jill destroys all the spiders and
    After Jill restores power to an elevator inside the cave, Barry catches up and
    rides the elevator down with her. At the bottom, they hear someone moaning.
    Barry tells Jill to go check it out saying he will stay with the elevator to
    make sure they have an escape route. Jill goes to investigate the source of
    the sound. Jill goes through a door, and down a narrow corridor in the cave
    until she hears a sound from where she left Barry. She goes back to check,
    but Barry is taking the elevator back up, leaving her stranded. Jill returns
    to the narrow corridor and sees Lisa Trevor. She manages to avoid her and
    unlocks another door. On the other side of the door is an area of the caves
    that are decorated with dolls and pictures of a girl. Jill notes that the bed
    is still warm. Perhaps this is the home Lisa Trevor made for herself after she
    was disposed of by the researchers. The real mystery here is how Lisa Trevor
    got all these keepsakes down here. The passageway leads to the small cabin
    where Jill initially saw Lisa. 
    Jill heads back to the mansion. She has the necessary items needed to open the
    double doors behind the main staircase in the mansion's foyer. The doors lead
    to another passageway, this time leading to Jessica Trevor's coffin. When Jill
    gets to Jessica's final resting place, she sees Barry looking at the coffin.
    Barry is surprised to see Jill alive. Barry pulls out his magnum , but she
    grabs it away from him just as quickly and points it at him demanding to know
    what's going on. As Barry tries to explain, Lisa Trevor shows up. Barry asks
    for his gun back in order to fight the monster. Jill gives in, and hands him
    the gun. With Barry distracting the monster, Jill pushes the four stones off
    the platform. When all four are moved, the lid of the coffin slides away. Lisa
    Trevor's attention is turned to the open coffin she had been trying to open
    since 1967. She grabs her mother's skull, and jumps off the platform. Jill is
    still suspicious of Barry, but she puts it behind her for the time being.
    Barry tells her he doesn't think the monster is really dead, and tells Jill to
    go on ahead of him, which she does. Jill takes a small lift up which leads to
    the courtyard where the entrance to the lab is hidden by a fountain. Using two
    medals, Jill opens the entrance to the lab, and rides another lift down.
    Here is where things get tricky.
    *If you have been playing as Jill, you find Chris locked up in a cell in the
    *If you have been playing as Chris, you find Jill locked up in a cell in the
    *However, for the purpose of this guide, the two characters have been working
    independently throughout the game. I believe that the lab is where Jill and
    Chris meet up again at some point.
    In the lab, one of them finds a letter written by a researcher named John to
    his girlfriend Ada, in case she came to visit and found him and everyone else
    zombified. RE2 players would recognize this as Ada Wong. However, Ada never
    got the letter; she didn't find out about John's death until she was told by
    Annette in RE2 which takes place about two months later. In the letter, he
    instructs Ada to activate the self-destruct system, and make the accident
    known to the public, something S.T.A.R.S will have to do instead.
    One of them uses a projector to view a slide of Umbrella's research.
    -The zombie dogs that Chris and Jill have encountered are known as Cerberus
    to the researchers (MA-39). 
    -The Great White Shark, Neptune is on the next slide (FI-03).
    -The Hunters are MA-121.
    -The last B.O.W. slide is of a monster that Chris and Jill have not
    encountered yet, known as the Tyrant (T-002).
    -A slide of the research staff reveals that Albert Wesker is one of
    them. (A nearby file mentions Wesker by name).
    *The following paragraph is mainly from Jill's scenario, but elements of
    Chris' scenario have been mixed in. 
    Barry lures Jill and possibly Rebecca and Chris to a room with several
    capsules. Also in the room is Wesker, who is waiting for them, ready to
    use the Tyrant to collect combat data. Wesker reveals that Barry has been
    cooperating with him in order to ensure the safety of Barry's wife and
    daughters. The Tyrant gets released and it runs Wesker though with it's claw.
    This was Wesker's plan all along: to fake his death with the help of an
    experimental virus given to him by Birkin that would give him superhuman
    abilities once he woke up. (We learn from RE5 that Birkin gave Wesker the
    virus in order to fulfill a step in the Wesker Children Plan.  However,
    Birkin didn't know about the Wesker Children plan and was simply instructed
    to give the virus to Wesker on recommendation). Unfortunately for Wesker,
    the Tyrant is defeated. Barry is forgiven of his betrayal, and Rebecca sets
    off the self-destruct system in order to destroy any remaining monsters and
    traces of T-virus.
    As the self-destruct system sounds, the four survivors make their way to the
    helipad.  Chris gets a call on the radio from Brad. This is their last chance
    to make Brad aware they are alive. Once they make it to the helipad, they use
    a signal rocket to get Brad's attention. By this time, the sun is just coming
    up and it is the morning of July 25. The Tyrant isn't dead yet and it crashes
    though the concrete ground. The four survivors fight the Tyrant again. This
    time the Tyrant is much faster. Brad drops a rocket launcher from the
    helicopter. Chris or Jill use the rocket launcher to destroy the Tyrant once
    and for all.
    Jill, Chris, Barry, and Rebecca have survived. As they are fly away they see
    the mansion explode. Jill falls asleep on Chris' shoulder, exhausted.
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    3. Resident Evil 2
    a. Introduction
    Resident Evil 2 is the sequel to the original Resident Evil. It takes
    place September 29, 1998, two months after Resident Evil. This analysis
    will follow Clare A / Leon B of the original Resident Evil 2, taking bits
    of information from Darkside Chronicles where it doesn't conflict with the
    b. The game
    On the evening of September 29, 1998, Claire Redfield drives into Raccoon 
    City on her motorcycle. She is looking for her brother, Chris, who she hasn't
    heard from in two months. The streets seem to be deserted, but she stops at a
    diner called "Emmy's" and goes inside.
    At the same time Leon drives into town in his jeep and it's his first day on
    the job as a police officer.
    According to Resident Evil Archives, he is arriving late because he overslept.
    Leon had overslept because he had recently broke up with his girlfriend and
    had gotten drunk at a hotel. He had recently graduated from the police academy
    and was interested in the recent strange incidents in Raccoon city so he
    volunteered to join the RPD.
    As he is driving through the city streets he sees someone lying in the middle
    of the road and gets out to investigate. 
    At a gas station somewhere else in town, a semi-driver complains to himself
    that some maniac bit him. He gets back in his truck and takes off.
    Leon checks the corpse that is lying in the road and notices that others
    are advancing towards him. As he points his gun at them to try to warn them
    the corpse on the ground springs to life and tries to bite his leg. He 
    begins to shoot them and is confused as to why they don't go down so 
    easily. He goes down an alley which leads to the backdoor of Emmy's dinner.
    Inside the diner, Claire sees a zombie eating a corpse. She is so shocked
    she backs herself against a window, where she sees more zombies from 
    outside. She runs for the only exit, a backdoor. On the other side is Leon,
    who is aiming a gun in her direction. Luckily for Claire, Leon is aiming for 
    the zombie behind her. Leon asks Claire to come with him to the police 
    station, saying it will be safer there. 
    They get into a police car together with Leon driving. They introduce 
    themselves, not noticing the semi-truck driving erratically behind them. Just 
    after Claire finds a gun in the glove compartment, a zombie pops up from the 
    back seat and attacks Leon. Leon has a hard time controlling the car and 
    keeping the zombie from biting him. They crash into a sign post and the 
    zombie goes flying through the windshield. They survive the crash, but soon 
    notice the semi-truck headed their way and it shows no sign of stopping or 
    even slowing down. They jump out of the car just seconds before impact.
    Now separated by a wall of fire, Leon tells Claire to meet him at the 
    police station.
    Leon heads for the police station which is not far from where he crashed
    the police car. On the RPD rooftop, Leon sees a police officer trying to 
    escape. A helicopter is flying above the man, attempting to lower the ladder
    for him to climb up. Zombies advance on the officer. He tries to shoot them with
    his machine gun, but they attack him and he loses control of his gun which
    kills the helicopter pilot. The helicopter crashes on the police officer and
    it bursts into flames, killing them all, except for Leon who is standing a
    safe distance away.
    Claire enters a gun shop where the owner, Robert Kendo, points a crossbow at 
    her. Claire convinces him that she is not a zombie, and he walks over to her 
    to lock the door. The friendly owner tells her he doesn't know what’s going 
    on, but that the shop is a safe place. While Claire explores the store, 
    zombies break through the glass and kill Kendo. Claire tries to save 
    him, but it's too little, too late. She takes his crossbow with her and makes 
    her way to the police station.
    After finding what he needs in the RPD, Leon puts out the burning 
    helicopter. Leon is just about to go back inside the RPD, when he sees 
    another helicopter flying around. This time the helicopter drops a large
    red capsule. A Tyrant known as Mr. X comes out of the capsule and crashes 
    through the roof of the RPD. Leon goes back inside the RPD and is nearly 
    injured by falling debris from the now broken roof. When Leon rounds 
    the corner he sees Mr. X. It takes a lot of firepower to knock Mr. X out. As
    Leon leaves hallway, Mr. X gets back up. 
    At the police station, Claire meets Marvin Branagh, a police officer who is
    injured. She tells him she is looking for Chris. He tells Claire a little of
    what he knows about the Mansion Incident and that nobody believed Chris and
    the other S.T.A.R.S members. She wants to help him, but Marvin insists that
    she go save any other surviving people, even pointing a gun at her to get
    out. With the key card given to her, Claire goes to unlock the electronic
    Claire makes it to the S.T.A.R.S. office and reads Chris' journal, learning
    that he has gone to Europe to investigate Umbrella. The journal also talks
    about the G-virus. 
    Before Claire leaves the office, a fax addressed to Chris comes in regarding
    Police Chief Brian Irons and the G-virus. The fax is an internal investigation
    report from the Federal Police Department. They cannot be sure the G-virus
    really exists, but it does say that Chief Irons received bribes from Umbrella
    over the last five years. The file also says that Irons was arrested twice for
    suspicion of rape while in University. Irons also covered up the Mansion
    Incident, where Chris himself was directly involved.
    Shortly after, Claire sees a girl, Sherry Birkin, running away from a 
    zombie. In the next room, Claire is relieved to see Leon again. He tells 
    Claire that the girl just came by and gives Claire a radio to stay in 
    After passing by the crashed helicopter where Leon put out the fire earlier,
    Claire hears a woman scream. However, Claire can't do anything about it
    because of a broken door. 
    Claire finds another way into the room where Marvin is. As she approaches him,
    he transforms into a zombie and attacks her. She kills him and takes the
    detonator and combines it with the plastic bomb she found earlier. Behind the
    broken doorway is a hallway leading to Brian Iron's office. She enters the
    room to find a dead woman laying on the desk. She appears to have a gunshot
    wound on her stomach. The room also has various taxidermy animals. Brian Irons
    swivels around in his chair  and points a gun at Claire before lowering it.
    Irons says the woman is the Mayor's daughter and that she will soon turn into
    a zombie. Claire asks if there is a way to stop it. Irons tells her that the
    only way is to either shoot her in the brain or decapitate her. Irons seems
    extremely upset and asks to be alone. Claire goes into a side room where Irons
    keeps his collectables and art work, which he was able to afford because he
    was receiving bribes from Umbrella. 
    Leon goes to the RPD's basement area and enters the parking garage. Someone
    fires a gun at him but misses. Leon sees a woman in a short, red halter dress
    and black leggings. She apologizes saying she thought he was another zombie.
    Leon angrily asks who she is and she says her name is Ada Wong. Ada says she
    is looking for a reporter named Ben who is in the cell block, but the door is
    blocked by a police van. Ada asks for Leon's help to move it. Together they
    push the van and Ada runs ahead of Leon into the cell block; however, Leon
    finds Ben first. Ben has locked himself inside a cell for safety. Ada tells
    Ben she is looking for her boyfriend, John, who was an Umbrella researcher. 
    Ben refuses to leave the cell, saying that there are more than just zombies to
    worry about. A monster roars in the distance. Leon tells Ben he should 
    come with him because he's the only officer left alive. Ben is shocked to
    hear this and instructs Leon on how to leave the RPD via a manhole leading to
    the sewers. Ada runs off again.
    Leon goes through the man-hole, as Ben told him, where he sees a door 
    leading to the sewer, but he needs all the key pieces to open the door. He 
    sees Ada again and tells her his name. Ada ask him to help her through a 
    shaft, so he gives her a boots. As Ada exits the shaft she finds herself in
    a room known as the cesspool. She sees Sherry drop her locket and run away. 
    Inside the locket is a family picture of her parents, William; Annette; and
    herself. Ada then wears it around. Ada finds some items and brings them back
    to Leon. She can't reach the shaft now without Leon, so she goes her separate
    way for now.
    Claire hears small footsteps and follows them to the back of the room behind
    Iron's office. After Claire turns on the light, Sherry tires to run past, but
    Claire grabs her arm and tries to calm her down. Sherry calms down and Claire
    radios Leon to let him know that she found the girl and cleared the corridor.
    Sherry tells Claire that her parents work for the chemical plant at the 
    city limits. (A cover up her parents told her to protect the secrecy of
    the lab.) Sherry's mother, Annette told her to go to the police station. In 
    Darkside Chronicles we learn that Annette had warned Sherry to stay away from
    others and to take the locket from her jewelry box. 
    Claire tries to get Sherry to come with her, but Sherry is too scared 
    because of a monster she says is after her. The monster roars as if on cue 
    and Sherry makes a run for it. Claire returns to Chief Irons' office, but he's  
    gone. Claire reads a journal he has left behind. In the journal he admits to 
    causing confusion during the outbreak, shooting a survivor, and plans to hunt 
    down and taxidermy the Mayor's daughter.
    Later on, after she had found everything she needed Claire returns to
    Iron's office. Sherry also happens to be in the office. Before going
    down an elevator, Claire finds papers detailing Irons' involvement with a 
    top Umbrella researcher, William Birkin. Claire tells Sherry to wait for her
    while she checks out where the elevator leads. The elevator leads to a 
    dungeon-like room. Claire hears Brian Irons screaming because the monster 
    that once was William Birkin is attacking him and forcing G-embryos down his 
    throat. When Claire encounters him, Irons once again points a gun 
    at her. He reveals to Claire that William Birkin's daughter, Sherry has been
    running around the police station. It seems that Irons intends to kill
    Claire, until he starts to grab at his chest in pain. Irons is not the ideal
    host for the G-virus because William Birkin and Irons are not related and the
    G-Adult body burst through his chest, tearing him into. Claire follows the
    little monster down a ladder and sees it grow larger. She kills it and goes
    back to get Sherry. 
    After more runs ins with Mr. X, Leon finds the last of the key pieces he 
    needs to open the door leading to the sewer. He slides down an air duct and 
    at the bottom he hears Ben scream from inside the cell block. William Birkin
    slashes Ben across the chest. Leon runs to the cell block to find Ben dying
    on the floor. He gives Leon a file. It is mail to Chief Irons from William 
    Birkin, proving that they worked together to cover up the Mansion Incident 
    and other research. It is the same file Claire read earlier. Ada enters the
    cell block and tells Leon she is headed for the chemical plant. She runs off 
    Claire tells Sherry to come with her because she has found a way out of the 
    police station and possibly out of the city. She radios Leon to let him know 
    her intentions. Leon tells her that it isn't safe, but she ignores him. 
    Leon heads to leave, too, but William Birkin is in the room leading to escape.
    Birkin still retains some of his human features at this point. He grabs one 
    of the rails and breaks it off and walks towards Leon. Once Leon damaged
    Birkin enough, Birkin walked away and jumped over the railing. Leon unlocked
    the door and headed for the sewer. 
    Claire and Sherry set out for the sewers ahead of Leon. They see the Birkin 
    and panic, running for the next door. In the next room the floodgate opens 
    and sucks Sherry through it. Claire calls to Sherry and she tries to respond, 
    but because of the falling water Clare can't hear her. Sherry makes her own
    way through the sewer and finds a key item, but the floor opens up from under 
    her and she is dropped onto a bunch of garbage and is knocked unconscious. 
    William Birkin advances on Sherry. This time he has found the perfect host 
    to pass on the G-virus. 
    Claire continues through the sewer and meets Annette Birkin, Sherry's 
    mother. At first, Annette accuses Claire of being a spy sent to retrieve
    the G-virus, but Claire tells her that Sherry is lost somewhere in the 
    sewer. Annette explains that William will be looking for Sherry, seeking
    to spread the G-virus. People not related to Birkin are likely to reject the
    virus, but since Sherry is his daughter she is the most compatible host.
    Annette tells Clare that Umbrella sent their special forces team to take the
    G-virus, however, Birkin was shot in the process. The team took 
    samples of the G-virus and the T-virus. While the team tried to exit the
    sewers, William Birkin injected himself with the G-virus and went after the
    team, killing them. Sewer rats ingested the T-virus samples that were
    shattered in the incident, thus spreading the virus and causing the outbreak
    in Raccoon City. Claire and Annette go in different directions in order to
    look for Sherry.
    Claire finds Sherry among the garbage where she had fallen, but a giant
    alligator appears out of the filthy water around the dump area. Claire has
    to retreat down the corridor. She kills the alligator and goes to check Sherry.
    Sherry wakes up as one of the G-virus embryos slithers away. Sherry complains
    of stomach pain as Claire helps her down from the garbage. 
    On the other side of the door he unlocked, Leon sees Ada and convinces her to
    stick with him, saying it's too dangerous to split up again. Leon and Ada walk
    through the sewer and take a lift down into a hallway where they see Annette.
    Annette runs away and Ada chases her. Annette fires several shots at Ada, but
    Leon pushes Ada out of the way and gets shot in the process. Leon passes out,
    but Ada chases after Annette and follows her through the sewer. Entering
    another room, Annette shoots the gun from Ada's hand and asks her to identify
    herself. Annette recognizes Ada's name. She knew the researcher named John and
    knew he used Ada's name as his password at the Spencer Mansion lab. Annette
    tells Ada that John is dead and that she won't let anyone take the G-virus from
    her. Ada figures out that the monster back at the police department is William
    Birkin. Then Annette recognizes Sherry's locket that Ada is wearing. They get
    in a catfight and Ada pushes Annette over the railing. Ada looks inside the
    locket again and behind the family photo is a sample of the G-virus. 
    After riding an aerial cable car, Claire and Sherry find a turntable in a 
    factory and they take it down. Sherry says her stomach hurts again. Sherry 
    passes out and Claire checks her forehead. She appears to have a fever. 
    Leon regains consciousness and goes to look for Ada. He finds her in the 
    dumping area for garbage. Ada applies some bandages to Leon’s wounds. Ada
    sadly tells Leon that she just found out that John is dead. Leon and Ada
    continue through the sewer.
    Outside of the small train situated on the turntable, Claire hears a noise.
    She goes out to investigate. Outside on the turntable, William Birkin throws
    a steel bar at her. Birkin transforms again, this time losing more of his 
    human appearance. His human face has sunk into his chest and a new head has 
    formed that resembles a skull. Claire fights the monster until he is 
    Claire goes back inside the train and it settles at the bottom floor, which
    happens to be William Birkin's laboratory. Claire carries Sherry into the
    security room and removes her vest to put on Sherry. Sherry wakes up and
    tells Claire that as an only child she was lonely because of her parent's
    work. She says she doesn't feel lonely around Claire. Claire goes to 
    find a anti-dote for the G-virus to cure Sherry.
    Leon and Ada board the same cable car that Claire and Sherry were on earlier.
    William Birkin attacks by ramming his claws through the cable car roof. Leon
    and Ada shoot the hand until Birkin retreats. Ada and Leon finally arrive at
    the factory. Leon goes to investigate the factory while Ada stays in the 
    control room. Leon finds a key and looks at the monitor in the room to see
    Mr. X headed his way. Mr. X smashes the camera. Leon fights Mr. X again until
    Mr. X is knocked out.
    Leon and Ada now take the turntable down. Inside the train Birkin's arm
    slices through the interior knocking Ada unconscious. Leon goes outside onto
    the turntable to fight Birkin as Claire did. This time, Birkin has lost
    all his human appearance. When the fight is over, Birkin jumps off the 
    turntable and goes up the shaft. 
    Back inside the train, Ada has regained consciousness. The turntable stops
    because of overheating. Leon leaves Ada in the train to go into the lab via
    a vent. After falling through the vent the turntable continues down the shaft.
    When Leon finds the turntable again, Ada is gone.
    In the lab, Leon meets Annette. Annette reveals to Leon that she did a 
    background check on Ada and that Ada is a spy sent to obtain the G-virus and
    that she became John's girlfriend to get information on Umbrella. Leon
    doesn't believe her, which is of no concern to Annette. Mr. X enters the room
    and Annette runs away while Leon fights the monster.
    While exploring the lab, Claire is confronted again by Annette. This time
    Annette accuses Claire of killing William. Claire tells Annette that Sherry
    is infected. Then Annette hears the her husband, William Birkin, and goes down
    the hall to see, but he attacks her. 
    Leon enters a room overlooking an iron smelting pool. Mr. X attacks once
    again. From behind Mr. X, Ada shoots to distract the tyrant. Mr. X turns 
    towards Ada, but she runs out of bullets. While she reloads, Mr. X picks her
    up. Ada shoots Mr. X in the face a few times and he throws her against a 
    machine that eventually sets off the self destruct system. Mr. X falls down
    into the iron smelting pool. Leon holds Ada as she dies. They kiss and she
    goes limp and loses a lot of blood. Leon says to himself that he will always
    remember her.
    Claire follows Annette to where she is now laying on the floor dying.
    Annette gives her instructions on how to synthesize the vaccine for the
    G-virus, asking Claire to tell Sherry that she is sorry she wasn't a better
    mother. The self-destruct system is then activated. While on her way to make
    the vaccine, Claire sees Leon on the security monitor and radios him to get
    Sherry from the security room. Claire successfully synthesizes the G-virus
    vaccine, code-named "Devil."
    Leon carries Sherry to the elevator. He unlocks the emergency passage. Leon
    finds a train called "Galaxie-5000" that leads outside of the city. Leon
    sets Sherry down on a bench inside the train and tries to find a way
    to restore power to the emergency train.
    Claire finds a way out of the lab using a MO disk. In a room with large
    test tubes, the self-destruct system announces that there is only five
    minutes left until detonation.
    While trying to restore power to the emergency train, Mr. X jumps down. His
    trench coat has burned off and he is much faster now. Suddenly Ada appears
    from a walkway above and drops a rocket launcher. Leon is shocked to see
    Ada still alive, but she disappears soon after. Leon destroys Mr. X with
    the rocket launcher. Leon restores the train's power and gets it moving.
    Before Claire can get on the elevator, William Birkin crashes through the
    ceiling. She fights him once again and he undergoes another transformation.
    This time his appearance is bear-like and he runs around on all fours.
    Claire defeats Birkin and gets on the elevator. The elevator leads to the
    emergency train. Leon is already on the train with Sherry and it's in motion.
    The lab is starting to self-destruct at this time. Claire manages to get on
    the train and gives Sherry the G-virus vaccine and she wakes up. The vaccine
    was successful. Leon goes into the train's control room to reflect on all that
    has happened. As he thinks about Ada, the train rattles violently and an alarm
    sounds. Leon goes to check what might have set off the alarm. One of the doors
    locks behind him and a similar self destruct system says that the train will
    detonate. Leon finds out why; William Birkin is on the train. This time he is
    a large blob that takes up much of the back of the train. Leon shoots Birkin
    until he liquefies, but the self destruct system hasn't stopped and the door
    is still locked. As what remains of William Birkin continues to grow the door
    Leon just went though begins to break. Leon has no choice but to climb onto
    the roof of the train.
    Birkin starts to break down the door and enter the main train compartment
    where Sherry and Claire are. Sherry crawls through a hole to get into the
    main control room. As the monster advances on her, Claire manages to climb
    down under the train. Inside the control room, Sherry doesn't know which
    button will stop the train. Leon opens a small door on the roof of the train
    and sticks his head through to show Sherry which button to press. The train
    comes to a stop and the three of them get off the train and run the remainder
    of the length of the tunnel to escape the explosion. William Birkin is
    finally destroyed by the train's self destruct system. The three stand outside
    of the tunnel and outside of the city happy to have escaped. The sun is just
    rising in the distance. Leon says its their job to take down Umbrella.
    However, Claire still needs to find her brother, Chris.
    c. The Fourth Survivor
    The Fourth Survivor is a canon mini-game where you play as Hunk. Hunk and
    his team were sent by the facility director of Umbrella France, Christine
    Henri, to retrieve a sample of the G-virus from Birkin's lab outside
    Raccoon City.
    It would make sense that the French division of Umbrella would want the
    G-virus. According to Wesker's Report II, the G-virus was derived from the
    Nemesis parasite that Wesker ordered from Umbrella's French lab.
    In the mini-game, Hunk is a lone survivor after his team was wiped out by
    William Birkin. Based on the presence of Mr. X and the crashed helicopter on
    the rooftop, I believe that the mini-game takes place during the main game
    sometime, not before or after. Hunk has to make his way from the sewer to the
    RPD's rooftop, where he is rescued by helicopter along with the G-virus sample.
    After this mini-game, the G-virus was successfully delivered to Loire Village.
    d. Aftermath
    Claire and Leon get into an argument on the outskirts of Raccoon City. Leon 
    told Claire to leave him and Sherry alone. Claire promised to come back and
    left on her own. I find it odd that Leon would tell Claire to leave him and
    Sherry alone because it was Claire who spent the most time with Sherry.
    Claire leaves Sherry with Leon and wanders off into the wilderness to continue
    her search for Chris. She plans to go to Europe next.
    Leon and Sherry are taken in by the U.S. government. Leon is told that he
    must work for them and let them keep Sherry in government custody. Leon 
    reluctantly leaves Sherry with them and accepts the job offer. Sherry is
    stuck in government custody since she has no living relatives. She hopes that
    Claire will remember her. She is the only person in the world who is immune
    to the G-virus.
    Ada has escaped Raccoon City thanks to Wesker. One morning
    soon after RE2 as she is getting dressed, she looks in the
    mirror and cries. She says good-bye to her old name, but has a
    large scar on her stomach that reminds her of the events of RE2.
    She has another mission coming up.
    e. FAQ
    Q: Why did you analyze Claire A/Leon B?
    A: I thought a lot about this one and came to the conclusion that
    Claire A/Leon B is the most cannon. The Resident Evil Archives book follows
    this storyline, for example. Plus in Leon B, Ada gets the G-virus sample. In
    Leon A, Leon throws it away. In Umbrella Chronicles, Ada clearly has the
    G-virus sample in her short scenario that takes place after RE2, just before
    the city is destroyed.
    4. Resident Evil 3
    a. Introduction
    Resident Evil 3 is the third installment in the series, however the first part
    of the game takes place before Resident Evil 2. The first part of the game
    takes place on September 28, 1998. The second part of the game takes
    place on October 1, 1998. This analysis contains the plot of the original
    Resident Evil 3 game. I will only use bits of information from Umbrella
    Chronicles where it doesn't contradict Resident Evil 3.
    b. The game
    Two months have passed since the Mansion Incident in the Arklay Mountains.
    Nobody believes the surviving S.T.A.R.S members, especially because the 
    city was so influenced by the Umbrella corporation that "no one dared to 
    opposed them" or to question them. Chris Redfield leaves for Europe to 
    investigate Umbrella. Jill Valentine and Brad Vickers stay behind. During 
    September there is a major T-virus outbreak that started in the Raccoon City
    sewers and was carried by rats, who soon infected people. By September 28,
    things had gotten far out of hand. Even the RPD officers and Umbrella's
    special forces are slaughtered by zombies. Jill has avoided infection, 
    possibly by staying in her apartment. By the 28th, she decides to find
    a way to escape the city on her own.
    Jill escapes her apartment building just before an explosion causes a fire.
    She finds temporary safety in a warehouse, where she meets a melodramatic man 
    named Dario, who refuses to leave the warehouse because his daughter was eaten
    by zombies during the outbreak. He locks himself in a large storage container.
    She is forced to leave the warehouse without him. 
    Jill takes back alleys to get around the city. While going down one of these
    alleys she sees Brad Vickers escape a storeroom with many zombies following
    him. Jill finds Brad in a nearby bar being attacked by a zombie. After Jill
    helps kill the zombie, Brad tells her that someone is out to get S.T.A.R.S
    members, but he doesn't stick around to explain.
    Jill goes to the RPD to get her lock pick. As she enters the gate to the RPD,
    Brad also comes in and looks in rough shape. Just then a highly advanced 
    tyrant, known as Nemesis, jumps down in between Jill and Brad. Jill watches in
    horror as Nemesis corners Brad, lifts him up, and impales him through the head
    with his tentacle. (Brad is reanimated as a zombie in RE2 due to the bite
    her received from the zombie earlier.) Next, Nemesis advances on Jill and the
    monster knows she is a S.T.A.R.S. member like Brad. He even says "S.T.A.R.S."
    in a low pitched voice whenever he finds her during the game. Jill runs into
    the RPD to get away from the monster.
    Many of the doors in the RPD are boarded up at this time, but Jill goes 
    through an office where she sees Marvin Branagh wounded and passed out on 
    the floor, mistaking him for dead. 
    In the S.T.A.R.S. office, Jill gets her lock pick. On her way out the 
    communications device gets a message from a man named Carlos saying his
    platoon has been cut off. Jill can’t send messages out because it’s broken,
    either because Chief Irons broke it or it was broken by accident during the
    zombie outbreak. She is unable to help Carlos at this time.
    Also of note in the S.T.A.R.S office are the desks that Jill can comment
    on. They all belong to surviving members of the Mansion Incident. Barry and
    Chris are good friends and old partners in the Air Force, so their desks are
    next to each other. Next, Jill sits back to back with Chris, so they are
    sitting close together. The way the desks are laid out only corroborates the
    close friendships that the characters have. Chris even has a jacket displayed
    with the same picture and words on it as Claire’s  in RE2, "Made in Heaven." 
    It is interesting that Rebecca Chambers has her own desk, being a rookie.
    Maybe the desks were redistributed among the surviving S.T.A.R.S. members
    after the Mansion Incident. However, Wesker's desk is still there, even though
    at the time, they thought he was dead. Also in the room is a picture of the
    whole team before the Mansion Incident. Chris has a trophy for marksmanship
    which sits on a shelf.
    As Jill is leaving, the Nemesis breaks though a window and chases her out of 
    the RPD. By the time Jill exits the RPD, it is night. 
    Jill continues exploring back alleys until she sees a man shooting a zombie.
    He runs off down the street and into a nearby restaurant called "Grill 13."
    Jill follows him inside, but the man is nowhere to be found. She goes out the
    back door and heads towards the newspaper office. Jill finds a the man
    unconscious on the second floor office. Jill manages to wake him and he says
    his name is Carlos, the man from the radio earlier at the S.T.A.R.S office.
    Jill asks him who he represents, after telling him she is from S.T.A.R.S.
    Carlos tells her he works for Umbrella’s paramilitary unit, U.B.C.S. (Umbrella
    Biohazard Countermeasure Service).
    Jill is speechless and stares at Carlos until Nemesis interrupts them. They
    hide in the office. Luckily for them, Nemesis is knocked out by a random
    explosion. They leave the office. Outside Jill asks why Umbrella would send
    Carlos's team in. Jill becomes angry when Carlos says they are there to rescue
    civilians, saying that Umbrella lies. Carlos reasons with Jill, saying that he
    is just a hired hand and asks her to help his team, before running off again.
    Jill inserts one gem into a lock mechanism outside City Hall. She
    needs one more gem to unlock the gate. She read Marvin’s report back
    at the RPD that said the first gem had been found on the person of a
    restaurant owner, who had taken shelter at the police department. Jill
    finds the second gem on a corpse in the basement of Grille 13.
    She unlocks the gates to City Hall.
    Jill finds a trolley, where she meets Nicholai, a sergeant in the
    UBCS. Jill tells him she just met Carlos and that she is a member of 
    S.T.A.R.S. Nicholai seems unreasonably upset by this and walks away.
    Laying on one of the seats in the trolley is Mikhail, a lieutenant,
    who is injured. 
    In the next room, Carlos convinces Nicholai to let Jill join them.
    Nicholai reluctantly agrees and tells them the plan to escape the city
    via a helicopter. First they have to get the trolley in working
    order again and ride to The St. Michael Clock Tower. Jill goes to
    get the missing parts.
    Next, Jill goes to the gas station, "Stagla". Carlos follows her in.
    Soon a crowd of zombies starts to gather around the gas station. Carlos 
    steps outside "wanting to play hero" while Jill gets oil for the Trolley.
    As Jill is leaving she notices a spark in the garage area. The spark 
    explodes, causing a fire as Jill makes her way out of the building. 
    Outside, Carlos is sitting down. At first, Jill thinks he is dead.
    Carlos tells her to relax and he gets up and they both run away
    from the burning gas station before it blows up. Carlos goes to
    get some equipment. Jill continues to look for what is needed to
    fix the trolley. 
    Jill makes a quick trip back to the trolley to see Mikhail shooting
    a bunch of zombies. Jill asks if he has a death wish. Mikhail says
    he doesn’t want to stop fighting just because he is wounded and he and the
    rest of the UBCS won’t take responsibility for Umbrella’s actions. Jill tells
    Mikhail that is why she is helping them and assists him back into the
    trolley. He lays back down in the same place as before and
    apologizes and says he feels useless and feels regret that
    he couldn’t save the mercenaries he had lead. Jill tells him
    to rest and she goes to find the remaining repair parts.
    At an electrical sub-station, Jill finds a fuse she needs to
    operate the Trolley. Zombies start to gather outside. She 
    increases the electrical output and electrocutes them.
    Jill enters an office owned by Umbrella. Inside the office,
    Nicholai is shooting one of the U.B.C.S. mercenaries named Murphy
    Seeker. Nicholai claims he was about to turn into a zombie. Jill is
    disturbed, but investigates the office and unlocks a storage room
    using a password that just happens to be the name of a new Umbrella
    product. While in the storage room, zombies swarm the office and
    break through the windows. Jill hears Nicholai scream. Jill goes to
    check, but Nicholai is gone. All that is left is his laptop that
    is now broken.
    Jill goes back to the warehouse to try and persuade Dario to 
    escape with her, but when she gets there some zombies
    are huddled around his corpse. She is only able to salvage a memo 
    written by Dario and some gun powder. Jill makes her way back to 
    the trolley after collecting all she needs.
    However, on her way back, Nemesis shows up and chases her. She manages to
    loose him. Inside of a parking garage the floor begins to shake. The floor
    gives, but Jill grabs on to the edge. While trying to pull herself up some
    large, heavy boxes begin to slide out of a parked van in front of her. She
    pulls herself up just in time before being crushed. After entering
    City Hall again on the way to the trolley, the Nemesis shows up once
    again. She runs past him and gets away.
    Further up ahead, the ground shakes again. This time Jill falls
    through. She is inside a small grouping of tunnels. A large worm-like
    creature called the Grave Digger bursts though the wall in front of her.
    By pushing a series of buttons, she is able to lower a ladder and
    escape the tunnel. She comes up through a man hole that is just outside
    the trolley. 
    Jill fixes the trolley as Carlos comes in. She tells him that
    Nicholai won’t be joining them. She is convinced that he is dead.
    Carlos starts the trolley, but they hear a shout from Mikhail in the
    other compartment. Jill goes to check on Mikhail. The Nemesis has 
    somehow got on the trolley. Mikhail tells Jill to get out, which 
    she does reluctantly. Mikhail shoots Nemesis with his assault
    rifle, but it runs out of ammo. The Nemesis throws Mikhail to the
    floor of the trolley. Mikhail gets out a grenade and pulls the pin,
    blowing up the back compartment of the trolley. Unfortunately, this
    takes out the trolley’s brakes and Jill has to use the emergency
    brakes.  The trolley, however, can't stop in time and crashes into
    St. Michael's clock Tower, which was their intended destination.
    Jill was thrown from the trolley, but is unharmed. She enters
    the Clock Tower, thinking she is the only one left alive. In the
    Clock Tower’s dining room, she is surprised to see Carlos alive.
    Carlos is depressed, saying he doesn’t know how they will get out
    of Raccoon City. Carlos explains that he doesn’t trust the evacuation plan.
    Jill says they don’t have a choice.  Carlos says they should get to choose
    when they are going to die. Jill slaps him and angrily asks him if he’s giving
    up. Carlos runs off saying he can’t handle it. 
    In the clock tower’s foyer, Jill finds a copy of the evacuation
    plan from a dead mercenary. The evacuation plan tells the
    mercenaries to give priority to Umbrella’s affiliates. The rest
    of the evacuation plan is just as Nicholai said. 
    On the clock tower’s balcony, the Nemesis appears again.
    Jill uses a cord from a light to electrocute Nemesis, which
    of course only knocks him out. 
    Eventually, Jill fixes the gears in the clock tower so that it will
    ring again. She exits the Clock Tower to wait for the helicopter.
    Jill thinks she is saved and that it’s all over. Unfortunately for
    her, Nemesis shoots the helicopter down with his rocket launcher,
    causing it to crash into the clock tower, partially destroying it.
    Nemesis jumps down and pierces Jill’s shoulder with his tentacle.
    Carlos appears and shoots Nemesis. Nemesis shoots back
    at Carlos, who is somehow unharmed.  Carlos continues to shoot his
    assault rifle and destroys Nemesis’ rocket launcher. After that,
    Carlos passes out, leaving Jill alone to fight the Nemesis. After a
    difficult fight, Nemesis takes enough damage and he walks off into the fire.
    Jill stumbles towards Carlos and she passes out, too. When Carlos finally
    wakes up, he checks on Jill, who isn't responding at all...
    Three days pass and it is October 1st in the early morning
    hours and it is raining. Carlos has placed her on the alter in
    the clock tower’s chapel, which is still intact and a relatively
    safe room. Jill wakes up; she can’t believe she’s still alive,
    but knows she’s infected, because she doesn’t feel any pain. 
    Carlos says their roles have been reversed from when they first 
    met; When they first met, Jill found Carlos unconscious.
    Jill tells him to kill her if she turns into a zombie, but Carlos
    is determined to find a cure. Luckily, the Raccoon City hospital
    is right behind the Clock Tower. 
    On the 4th floor of the hospital, Carlos sees Nicholai killing
    yet another mercenary. This time it is Tyrell Patrick.  Carlos
    asks Nicholai what’s going on, but Nicholai points a gun at him
    and says he’s one of the supervisors. However, as Tyrell is
    dying, he pulls out a grenade. Nicolai and Carlos notice and
    run. Nicholai goes flying through a window behind him and Carlos
    avoids the blast completely.
    Carlos manages to synthesize the vaccine in the hospital’s
    basement. On his way out, Carlos notices a time based bomb attached
    to a support beam in the hospital lobby. With only seconds left
    before the hospital blows up, Carlos sprints out of the hospital
    and takes cover behind a wall. The hospital is totally leveled.
    Carlos goes back into the clock tower, where Nemesis is now
    chasing him because of his association with Jill. Nemesis’
    trench coat has burned off from earlier. The tentacles can
    now be clearly seen and he even uses them often to attack
    in this second form. Carlos makes it back to the chapel
    and gives Jill the vaccine. Carlos tells Jill that Nemesis isn’t dead and
    neither is Nicholai. Carlos tells her that Nicholai is their enemy now.
    Carlos leaves in a hurry telling Jill not to trust Nicholai.
    Jill leaves the chapel and Nemesis chases her out of the clock tower.
    Jill finds a file written to the U.B.C.S. supervisors.
    In fact, She finds it on the person of a dead supervisor,
    who was shot. Another body lies not too far away. Their
    mission was to obtain and secure samples of all information
    pertaining to the outbreak. They were observing and recording
    combat data on the U.B.C.S. and how the mercenaries dealt with B.O.W.s.
    They were to destroy all the evidence along with the hospital.
    Nicholai, along with other UBCS supervisors were to
    observe the mercenaries and how they handled the outbreak. 
    The supervisors were instructed to not help anyone who was
    not a supervisor and to not bring anything back with them,
    so it could not be traced to Raccoon City.
    In a small cabin in the graveyard, Jill finds a secret
    room behind the fireplace that the UBCS supervisors have
    turned into a makeshift base of operations. She finds another
    note, this time written by a supervisor. In it, the supervisor
    says he has heard about a giant alligator, a reference to RE2.
    He has seen the grave digger and the Nemesis. Up until this
    point, the Nemesis wasn't actually named. Instead Jill, Brad,
    and Carlos mostly refer to Nemesis as "That Thing" or "He." The
    file confirms that Nemesis is after S.T.A.R.S. members.
    She also finds a file from Umbrella HQ saying the Raccoon
    City project has been abandoned due to the fact that the US
    army plans to drop a missile at dawn to stop the spread of
    the virus. The file tells all supervisors to evacuate. Yet
    another supervisor lies dead in the corner of the room.
    Jill crawls out of the room just as Nicholai is entering
    the cabin. In a confrontational conversation, he tells Jill
    about his mission to collect combat data, saying Umbrella wanted a detailed
    analysis of how a military until would fare against zombies and he tells her
    he has no intentions of helping her out of the city.
    The floor shakes and Nicholai knows another mutant is around and he runs out
    of the cabin. Jill leaves the cabin, too. Nicholai is nowhere in sight, but 
    the ground is still quaking. The ground caves in under Jill and
    she sees the Grave Digger again. She is trapped and has no choice
    but to fight the monster. Jill kills the giant worm, and part of a
    fence falls down into the trench, allowing her to escape.
    Next, Jill makes her way to a large factory-like building.
    She is about to cross a rickety bridge when Nemesis shows up,
    yet again; so, she jumps off the bridge to get away from him.
    She swims to a nearby ledge to get into the building.
    Inside, Jill reads a file saying that this building is an
    Umbrella disposal facility disguised as a deserted factory.
    Civilians that entered the facility would be shot or
    transferred to an Umbrella laboratory to be used as guinea pigs.
    As Jill is exploring the disposal plant, several zombies
    crowd around her. She draws her gun, but Carlos saves
    her and shoots all the zombies. Carlos tells Jill that a missile
    will be launched at dawn, which doesn’t give them much time. He
    leaves her on her own again, telling her to watch out for Nicholai.
    Later on as Jill is rounding a corner, Nicholai shoots at Jill, 
    but she dodges in time. He locks himself behind a shutter.
    Next, Jill enters the treatment room and gets locked inside. The worst part
    is that the room will soon dump it's contents and that Nemesis is also there.
    She fights him again until he is decapitated. A card key falls out of the
    pocket of a dead facility worker. Jill collects the card key and escapes
    the room before it’s contents are dumped, including the Nemesis.
    As Jill leaves the treatment room, the building shakes and there is a warning
    that a missile attack has been confirmed. Jill unlocks the shutter that
    Nicholai went through and finds a control room overlooking some trees. He’s
    not there, but as she turns to leave, a helicopter comes from behind the trees
    and shoots at Jill, shattering the glass. She takes cover behind the control
    panel and then stands up to talk with Nicholai through the control panel. He
    tells her he killed all the supervisors in order to get more money, because he
    would be the only one surviving who could tell his employers what happened.
    Jill asks why he’s trying to kill her as well. Nicholai tells her there is a
    small reward from Umbrella if she is killed. Nicholai, however, turns the
    helicopter around and leaves without making another attempt; he wants to get
    out of the city before the missile. As Nicholai leaves, Carlos enters the room.
    Jill tells Carlos that Nicolai has taken the chopper, but Carlos isn’t ready
    to give up. Carlos leaves the room and the warning sounds again. Jill goes
    down a ladder that leads to an incinerator. The ground continues to shake
    from the impeding missile attack as Jill runs through a junk yard. Inside
    another building, the ground shakes again, causing the door to seal shut.
    In a file about a rail cannon developed by the US Military,
    the Paracelsus’ Sword, Colonel Franklin Hart writes that the
    US special forces tried to obtain the G-virus.
    In the incinerator room, the rail cannon has been assembled
    using the incinerator’s circuit units as a power source.
    The bodies of US special forces, along with a Tyrant, are
    lying around.  As Jill connects one auxiliary circuit unit
    to start the Rail Cannon, Nemesis drops in. He has mutated
    from being in the treatment room liquid. Nemesis eats away 
    partially at the dead Tyrant and mutates further. Jill
    connects the last two circuit units, starting the rail cannon.
    After two well placed hits, the Nemesis is seemingly defeated.
    The Rail Cannon enters cool down mode and a door opposite the 
    one Jill came in is unlocked. As Jill is on her way out, Nemesis
    moves towards her. She dodges out of the way and finds a magnum
    from one of the special forces members. She uses it to finish off 
    Nemesis. She leaves the room and gets onto a small lift leading
    to the outside.
    Outside, Carlos meets her and says there’s a second
    helicopter coming for her. Jill wonders who it could be.
    Carlos signals the helicopter with flares. They board the
    helicopter and Jill is surprised to see Barry in the pilot’s
    seat. They take off in time to see the missile on its way
    and watch as it destroys Raccoon City. Jill resolves to take
    down Umbrella.
    At the end we see a news report. The President of the
    United States and the Federal Counsel decided to execute
    the Bacillus Terminate Operation to stop the spread of the
    virus. Raccoon city was "wiped off the map." The death toll was
    estimated to be past the 100,000 mark. 
    c. Aftermath
    Jill went to Europe after the events of RE3 to find Chris, 
    however, his hideout was empty. Like Claire, it is now Jill’s 
    mission to find Chris and work together to end Umbrella.
    Barry sends his family to Canada while he goes to join
    Chris in Europe.
    Oddly, Carlos is never heard from again.
    d. FAQ
    No Questions Yet
    5. Resident Evil Survivor
    a. Introduction
    Resident Evil Survivor is a side story to the main games, but it is
    cannon. Although it is not numbered, it fits in-between Resident Evil 3 and
    Resident Evil Code: Veronica. It takes place in late November on Sheena Island, 
    run by the Umbrella corporation. Sheena Island is made up entirely of Umbrella
    employees and their families.
    b. The game
    On a November night in 1998, a man in a white suit is hanging from the skids
    of a helicopter and is attempting to climb up into the cockpit. He has a gun
    and dog tags in his hand and shouts at the pilot, "You're not going to get
    away." There is an explosion and the man slips off and falls to the ground.
    The helicopter crashes and the man inside rolls out of the helicopter. When he
    gets up he thinks to himself that his head hurts and he can't remember
    anything. This man begins to walk around and discover that he is in a small
    town. Everything is seemingly deserted, except for the man in white, who is
    lying in the street. Of course, the main character can't remember him, but
    thinks he looks familiar. The man looks at the dog tags in the other man's
    hand, which reads "Ark Thompson."
    As the man is talking to himself, he notices a zombie approaching from
    behind and shoots it until it is dead. The man then goes into a nearby
    movie theater. 
    Inside the movie theater, the man finds a file written by Nicholai from RE3,
    confirming he survived Raccoon City. Another revelation is that Nicholai
    hid out in the clock tower on September 30, the same time Jill was unconscious
    in the clock tower’s chapel! The last entry in the report is on October 6. 
    Outside the movie theater, a phone is ringing. The man picks it up,
    but the person on the other end has hung up. Further along, another pay
    phone rings. This time the man answers it in time. On the other end
    is Andy Holland, the sewer caretaker. Of course, the main character doesn’t
    know this at the time. Andy insists that the main character is named Vincent
    and is a murderer. "Vincent" is alarmed to hear this and asks who he
    killed.  Before the conversation progresses any further, Andy hangs up.
    Next, "Vincent" goes into the Hospital. The man in white has survived
    the fall and is watching the main character by video monitor in a large burnt
    out office. He is determined to make sure the main character doesn’t escape
    the Island. The man in white hears helicopters and comments that the cleaners
    are already there. The cleaners are B.O.W.s that resemble men in biohazard
    gear. They were sent by Umbrella to clean up the outbreak by killing zombies,
    B.O.W.s,  and anyone they see. However, the cleaners have a human leader.
    Also in the hospital, "Vincent" finds a file detailing teenagers who are
    being drugged. One teenager in particular was found to have a brain
    tumor and was removed because he was "worthless as a product".
    "Vincent" goes down a manhole and into the sewer. In the sewer he comes
    across a room belonging to the sewer caretaker, Andy.  Andy has marked
    the entrance of his room with all kinds of warnings; of course, this doesn't
    stop "Vincent" from going in. The room where Andy lives and spends his 
    time is quite large. His hobby is obviously taking Polaroid pictures,
    because they are all over the walls and everything else.
    "Vincent" reads Andy’s diary, which mentions some of the recent events on the 
    island. The last entry says that "Vincent" visited Andy and became angry when 
    Andy took a picture of him.
    "Vincent" locates the picture on Andy's desk, close to the diary. When he sees
    himself he is convinced he is Vincent. He is devastated, thinking that
    everything is his fault. Then a pre-teen boy, Lott Klein, enters the room and
    gets scared when he sees "Vincent" and runs away.
    "Vincent" also explores a prison area where he finds out more about what
    happened on the Island. Teenagers were being abducted from all over the world
    and detained on that island in order to extract a chemical from their brains.
    These teenagers had tried to escape, but were killed by Vincent. This incident
    was later covered up by the prison guard, who then sent a fake report to
    Umbrella saying that the teenage guinea pigs had committed suicide. Umbrella
    believed this fake report and planned to send more guinea pigs.
    "Vincent" eventually makes his way to the large Umbrella Headquarters in
    town. He has some flashbacks of a fight in a large office and of meeting
    Andy in the sewer, but can’t make sense of them. Inside the Umbrella
    building there are many signs of damage. "Vincent" finally makes it
    to the large burnt office. He sees a little girl on the monitor sitting in
    a chair in another part of the building. This is the same monitor from earlier
    when the man in white watched "Vincent" enter the hospital. "Vincent" has more
    flashbacks of a fight that occurred in this room, but still doesn’t
    understand it.
    In the office, "Vincent" finds a diary apparently written by himself (but not
    really). The writer admitted to killing the guinea pigs who tried to escape,
    but doesn’t want Umbrella to find out what happened because he wanted to get
    a reward from Umbrella. However, there were people on the island who opposed
    Vincent and started to gather information to report him to Umbrella. Also, the
    diary reveals that Lott told Vincent about a spy that had sneaked into the
    By taping Vincent's phone, the people of Sheena Island found out that Vincent
    had killed the guinea pigs. They also found out that Vincent had killed a
    colleague in order to get promoted to his current position as commander of
    the island.  
    "Vincent" finds the little girl listening to one of Vincent's
    phone messages. This one is a message from Vincent’s mother begging
    him to leave Umbrella and come home. "Vincent" asks the girl what she
    is listening to, but she doesn’t know; she was just bored. Then the boy, Lott,
    tries to attack "Vincent" with a baseball bat and tells his sister, Lily, to
    run away. He swings the bat at "Vincent" and then runs after Lily.
    Outside of Umbrella’s HQ building on Sheena island, "Vincent" sees
    the children running away. He chases after them. He  eventually finds a house
    and goes inside. In the children’s bedroom he finds Lily hiding in the
    wardrobe. Lily begs him to save her brother who has gone to
    the Umbrella factory to look for a way to escape the island. Lily and
    Lott’s parents have already turned into zombies. "Vincent" vows to save
    the kids to right the wrongs he has done in the past. He tells Lily to
    hide while he goes to save Lott at the factory.
    "Vincent" uses the rope way that Lily told him about to go to the
    factory. Once inside the factory, he hears Lott scream.
    In the factory’s basement is a high tech lab where the guinea pigs
    were taken to extract Beta Hetero Nonserotonin from their brains
    in order to mass produce Tyrants. According to a file in the game,
    Beta Hetero Nonserotonin is secreted by the pituitary of older teens.
    This "material is produced in response to the excessive secretion of
    noradrenalin that is produced from the locus ceruleus in the brain
    stem. Noradrenalin is the cerebral material secreted when people
    are in a state of extreme tension or fear." Beta Hetero Nonserotonin
    exists in active cells and therefore can’t be extracted from a dead brain.
    When they had extracted the Beta Hetero Nonserotonin is was later
    injected during gene cultivation to create these tyrants. In fact,
    "Vincent" has come across several of these tyrants already. They
    are the same type as Mr. X from RE2. He also sees several capsules
    where these tyrants are being held.
    When "Vincent" finally makes it to Lott, he is trying to fend of a Hunter
    with his baseball bat.  Lott gets pushed over the railing and hangs over
    an area where he cannot see the bottom. "Vincent" kills the Hunter and
    saves Lott. Lott apologizes, but "Vincent" is confused. Lott explains
    that he (the main character) is actually Ark Thompson, a spy. Lott admits to
    Ark that he had told the real Vincent about him.
    The real Vincent had spread the T-virus to prevent the people of Sheena Island
    from handing in the prosecution report on him to Umbrella.
    Lott tells Ark that his dad told him there is a railway close by
    that they can use to escape. Lott runs off to get Lily while Ark continues
    through the lab to find the railway. Then the self-destruct system is
    Ark remembers that he was sent by his friend, Leon to investigate
    Sheena Island. He remembers how he lost consciousness, too. Ark
    and Vincent (the man in the white suit) had gotten into a confrontation in
    Vincent’s office. Vincent grabbed Ark’s dog tags. At that point Ark ran out
    onto the rooftop and attempted to fly away in a helicopter. Vincent grabbed
    onto the skids, bringing us to the beginning of the game when the helicopter
    Also in the lab is a different kind of tyrant. This one is being kept in a
    capsule away from the other Mr. X versions. When Ark makes his way toward
    the rail way, he is shot at by Vincent. Vincent accuses Ark of screwing up 
    his plans. Ark is surprised to see Vincent still alive, but it doesn’t last
    long because the tyrant from the previous room runs Vincent through with his
    claw. The tyrant then turns his attention to Ark. Ark shoots the tyrant until
    he falls, but after Ark leaves the room, the tyrant mutates and gets back up.
    Before Ark can make it to the train, he is bombarded in one room by
    Mr. X tyrants that have gotten loose. He finally makes it to the train
    platform were Lott and Lily are waiting for him already. Those kids sure
    get around. Ark raises the gate, but then is bombarded again by the
    Cleaners who are determined not to let him leave. Next, the three make it to
    the Island’s helicopter port. Arks tells Lott and Lily to get into the
    Before Ark gets on the helicopter, he sees that the tyrant is still alive. Ark
    fights the tyrant again. The tyrant mutates further, this time becoming
    stronger and more muscular. When the tyrant is defeated again, Ark gets on the
    helicopter and takes off. However, the tyrant grabs hold of the skids. Ark
    has really bad luck with helicopters. Ark deploys some missiles that knock the
    tyrant off the skids. The three breathe a sigh of relief with no idea of what
    to do next, but at least they are safe.
    b. FAQ
    No Questions yet.
    6. Resident Evil Code: Veronica X
    a. Introcution
    Resident Evil Code: Veronica takes place in late December, 1998. It is one of
    the best in the Resident Evil series as it features a very detailed plot and
    bridges a major part of the storyline with Chris and Claire being re-united
    at last. It is also one of the longest Resident Evil games, especially before
    Resident evil 4 and 5 came out years later.
    b. The game
    On December 17, 1998, Claire infiltrated Umbrella’s Paris Laboratory to
    continue her search for Chris, who was investigating Umbrella in Europe.
    However, inside the Paris facility Claire is soon caught trespassing, and a
    chase ensues. Claire manages to outrun several guards and even a helicopter
    that is shooting at her from outside. To escape the helicopter she goes down a
    nearby hallway and jumps down thestairs leading to a large room. Unfortunately
    for her, there are more armed guards here. Noticing flammable barrels behind
    the guards, she pretends to drop her gun, and just before the gun hits the
    ground she drops down and catches it and shoots the barrels. All the guards
    are knocked down. However, she is ultimately caught by yet another Umbrella
    employee who has sneaked up behind her, and is holding her at gun point.
    Claire is SOL and out of ammo.
    Ten days later on the 27th, Claire arrives on Rockfort Island as a prisoner.
    She is put in an underground cell and knocked unconscious by one of the guards
    with the butt of his gun. Claire is later awakened by loud rumbling sounds
    from outside. She sees someone enter the room, but it’s too dark to tell who
    it is. She gets out her lighter; it’s the guy who captured her. He is the 3rd
    Security Unit Leader of the Paris Facility. His name is Rodrigo Juan Raval.
    He opens her cell and limps over to sit down at a desk. He has a severe injury
    on his stomach. He gets a medicine bottle out of his pocket, but it is empty;
    he throws it down in frustration. He tells Claire that the compound came under
    attack, possibly by a special forces team, and she is free to leave the
    compound, but she won’t have a chance to escape the island. Claire is
    concerned about him and notes the empty hemostatic medicine bottle on the
    floor. She makes her way out of the underground cell.  
    Outside is a graveyard and it is raining. As Claire walks by, a nearby wrecked
    vehicle explodes and a zombie crawls out. More zombies rise up out of their
    graves, a result of the T-virus being airborne and seeping into the ground
    because of the rain. She doesn’t have a gun yet, so she makes a run for a
    nearby door without taking a bite. On the other side of the door, a spotlight
    shines in her eyes, and someone starts shooting at her from the watchtower.
    She takes cover and sees a handgun next to a corpse. She picks it up and
    shoots back, hitting the spot light. The shooter realizes that Claire isn’t a
    zombie, and tells her to wait while he comes down. He is just a teenage boy.
    He tells her his name is Steve, and he is a prisoner on the island. Steve
    tells Claire that there is an airport somewhere on the island where he intends
    to escape; he starts to leave. Claire wants to come with him, but he brushes
    her off saying she will just slow him down. He runs before Claire can say
    anything else.
    Claire finds Steve again looking at a computer monitor. He is looking at
    information on Chris Redfield, and asks if he is related to Claire. Claire
    tells him that Chris is her brother. Steve tells her that Chris is being
    monitored by Umbrella. Claire uses the computer to send Leon an e-mail
    asking him to let Chris know he is being monitored. Steve sarcastically
    tells Claire to send her brother the coordinates of the island. Claire says
    she will, but Steve says he was just kidding, saying that Chris won’t come
    to rescue her. Claire says she is sure Chris will come to save her, but Steve
    gets angry and says she will just be disappointed if she relies on others,
    and he storms out of the room. Claire is left confused as to why Steve reacted
    that way. 
    Claire finds a journal left by one of the prisoners. The writer of the journal
    writes about his friendship with another prisoner who was once the attendant
    of the island’s commander, Alfred Ashford. He also learns from the former
    attendant, Robert Dorson, who he calls "Bob", that Rockfort Island is far
    south of the equator (in Darkside Chronicles we learn that Rockfort is off the
    coast of South America in the Pacific Ocean). By the end of the journal,
    Robert Dorson has been taken away to a mysterious building and presumably
    tortured to death. The journal writer mentions seeing body bags being brought
    out of this building and fears the worst.
    Claire finds a way out of the prison area, and makes her way to the other side
    of the island. She finds Alfred Ahsford’s palace and goes inside. In the
    secretary’s office upstairs, Claire finds a file written by Alfred’s
    attendant, Robert Dorson. Robert writes that he is forbidden from entering
    Alfred’s private residence which is on a hill behind the palace. Rumor has it
    that Alfred lives with his twin sister, Alexia. Robert writes that he thinks
    he may have seen Alexia standing by one of the windows, but he has only seen
    her from a distance. It seems that the attendant’s curiosity got him in
    trouble. Towards the back of the room, there is a door with a display where it
    appears two guns are missing. Claire will need to find these matching guns to
    open the door.
    Claire goes back downstairs and into another room where Alfred’s interests are
    obvious. The room is decorated with guns, combat knives, and  models of a
    fighter plane, a battleship, and tanks. The room has a war theme to it. However,
    there is something in the room that does not match the war theme; There is an
    ant design on one of the walls and when pressed a video plays on the projector
    in the room. The video is of two children, a boy and a girl that appear to be
    twins, Alfred and Alexia. A music-box melody plays with the video. Alfred
    pulls the wings off a dragonfly and places it in a container full of ants.
    The twins watch as the dragonfly is swarmed by the ants, and they smile at
    each other. Playing the video causes one of the displays in the room to slide
    away. Behind it is a small room where a pair of gold lugers are displayed. She
    needs these to open the door upstairs, but taking them initiates a trap. The
    room fills with an extreme heat, and the display case slides back in place and
    traps her inside, Claire has to put the lugers back. 
    A minute later, Claire is about to leave the palace when she hears Steve
    scream for help. He is trapped in the room with the lugers. Claire manages to
    turn off the trap and release Steve from the room. When he comes out he is
    holding the gold lugers, and Claire says she needs them. Steve refuses to give
    them to her, saying he will trade if she gives him something fully automatic.
    Steve runs off again.
    Claire heads to leave the palace again, except this time she notices a red
    laser being aimed at her. The sniper misses, and Claire hides behind a support
    beam in the foyer. The sniper is a man in a red military jacket, Alfred
    Ashford. He already knows her by name, and accuses her of getting captured on
    purpose to lead others to his island. Alfred says that shortly after Claire
    arrived, the island was attacked and the T-Virus was leaked. Of course, Claire
    didn’t do any of this on purpose and insults him, saying she doesn’t know what
    his is "babbling" about, and that he must be one of Umbrella’s lower level
    officers since he is in charge of this "backwater" base. This only infuriates
    Alfred more. He tells her that his grandfather (Edward Ashford) was one of the
    original founders of Umbrella. He still thinks that Claire was sent by some
    organization and persists in asking who sent her. Claire tries to get a look
    at Alfred by sticking her head around the support beam, but just narrowly
    misses getting shot again. Alfred then leaves deciding to let Claire live for
    now so he can toy with her later. To him, Claire is nothing more than "a rat
    in a cage" for him to mess with. He leaves the foyer to go somewhere else,
    laughing in a high pitched voice.
    Claire finds a submarine which serves as the transport to the island’s
    airport. There is a seaplane that she and Steve can escape with, but she
    needs to locate three proofs to operate the lift to get on the plane. She has
    found one already outside of the palace. 
    Next, Claire heads to the island’s training facilities, where Umbrella’s
    Anti-B.O.W. Squad trainees learned how to combat B.O.W.. HUNK was trained
    here in 1996. According to Resident Evil Archives, one prototype B.O.W. that
    they would practice fighting was the Gulp Worm, a giant T-virus infected worm
    capable of swallowing a human. Claire encounters the Gulp Worm herself, and
    she quickly runs inside the nearest building.  
    Not only have the prisoners on this island become zombies, but also the people
    who were training here, and other Umbrella personnel. Claire sees one
    surviving Umbrella personnel, who is locked inside of a bio-experiment room,
    get attacked by some new B.OW. However, the room is locked and she doesn’t
    have the password. The password is on a painting inside of the bio-experiment
    room, but she can’t read the number through the glass from where she is.
    She is powerless to do anything as she sees the man’s head get smashed against
    the glass. This sets off an alarm. A biohazard is detected and an emergency
    shutter begins to close. Claire makes a run for it. Claire runs down the
    stairs and slides under the shutter before it closes. 
    Going through a different shutter that leads to a stone courtyard, Claire
    notices the laser sight being pointed at her again. She jumps out of the way,
    and Alfred misses and shoots a barrel that causes a small explosion.
    Claire tries to catch up to Alfred, but he runs through a door, and on the
    other side he is nowhere to be found.
    In a resting room, Claire finds hemostatic medicine that will help Rodrigo.
    After Claire leaves the resting room, she gets locked behind the shutter.
    Alfred talks to her over a speaker, implying  that he has set up some sort of
    trap nearby.  He asks her to keep him amused and not die too soon. Claire has
    no choice but to go through the next door. Her heart pounds as she turns the
    doorknob. Going through the door she finds sub-machine guns and sees ammo 
    for it below on some crates. She can trade these with Steve for the gold
    lugers. However, after taking them the door she just went through locks. A
    B.O.W. that she has never seen before is released. This type of B.O.W. had
    killed the Umbrella employee earlier with it’s long rubbery arm capable of
    stretching to long lengths. Despite this creature’s rubbery appearance it has
    the strength to crush a person’s skull. It is called the Bandersnatch. Claire
    manages to kill it, and a door on the bottom floor opens. She goes down the
    stairs, and heads for the door, but another Bandersnatch drops down and picks
    her up by the head and starts to apply pressure. Steve jumps through a window
    above and shoots the Bandersnatch in mid-air several times. It drops Claire,
    and Steve lands on his feet, and continues to shoot using the lugers. He
    closes in on the Bandersnatch, kicks it, and shots it one last time. Steve
    rubs it in that he saved her. She shows him the sub-machine guns she found,
    and asks to trade. Both pairs of guns are out of ammo, but Steve gets annoyed
    that Claire gave him an empty gun.  She points out that the ammo is on top of
    a crate. Claire climbs on Steve’s back to get the ammo for him. After giving
    Steve the ammo, the platform they are on descends and Alfred announces that
    Steve will join Claire in her descent into death.
    At the bottom, Steve runs off to test out his new guns. He runs around killing
    all the zombies in the area. Claire catches up with him, and he tells her he
    has cleared the area for her. He tells her that she can depend on him, and
    then contradicts himself by saying that guns are more reliable than any
    person. Claire is disturbed by Steve’s anti-social behavior and questions it,
    asking how he became a prisoner on the island, and about his family’s
    whereabouts. Steve yells that he doesn’t want to talk about it, and fires one
    of the sub-machine guns into the distance. Steve and Claire get on an elevator
    and go up to the 2nd floor. Steve runs ahead of her, and she follows
    him through a door.
    As Claire catches up to Steve, the wooden walkway they are standing on breaks,
    and they fall to the floor below. They are unharmed, but Claire’s leg is stuck
    under some rubble and she can’t move. Claire sees a zombie, and tells Steve to
    turn around. Steve turns and aims his sub-machine guns at the zombie, but as
    he recognizes the zombie he freezes up and doesn’t shoot. The zombie makes
    it’s way towards Claire, and she yells to Steve, asking why he isn’t shooting.
    Steve can’t bring himself to shoot and is closing his eyes, but the zombie is
    closing in on Claire, and is about to take a bite. Steve opens fire on the
    zombie, yelling , "Father!" until he runs out of ammo, but by that time the
    zombie is "dying" and quivering on the ground. Steve falls to his knees and
    cries. As they both stand over Steve’s dead father, Steve explains that his
    father was an Umbrella employee who tried to sell company information.
    When he was found out, Steve’s mother was murdered by Umbrella. Steve and his
    father were taken prisoner, and brought to Rockfort Island. Steve had deeply
    resented his father for causing his mother’s death and their imprisonment on
    the island, but it never crossed his mind that his father was infected and
    walking around, or that he would run into him. Claire leaves Steve to collect
    While still exploring the training facility area, Claire learns of a new
    B.O.W. called the Albinoid. The Albinoid was "created by injecting the T-virus
    into the genes of a salamander". The computer file mentions that the Albinoid
    "can grow to over seven feet in a very short time frame (10 or more hours)".
    These creatures attack by shocking the victim with electricity, especially in
    their adult form when they are in water.
    Looking at the security panel in the same room, she is able to get a better
    look at the painting that has the password on it which is located in the
    bio-experiment room. Using the password, she is able to enter the
    bio-experiment room. After Claire grabs the picture off the wall, one of the
    young Albinoids escapes from it’s capsule and crawls into the ventilation
    system, setting off the alarm again. Just like last time she has to make a run
    for it before she is trapped. On her way out, more young Albinoids drop from
    the ventilation system and attempt to shock her with electricity.
    Claire returns to the palace after finding a new key. The key opens a gallery
    where portraits of the Ashfords are displayed. The Ashford family was founded
    by Veronica Ashford, whose beauty and intelligence are legendary. The next
    head of the Ashford family was Stanley Ashford. Stanley had twin sons: Thomas
    and Arthur. The next head of the Ashford family was Edward Ashford, who was
    one of the founders of the Umbrella Corporation. Edward Ashford became
    infected with the Progenitor Virus and died in July 1968. Edward’s son
    Alexander then took over, and the Ashford family reputation began to decline.
    Claire finds a red ant object inside of a vase, behind Alfred’s portrait.
    Claire uses the gold lugers to unlock the door in the secretary’s office. The
    door leads to Alfred’s private office. A thunderstorm is raging outside.
    Claire turns on Alfred’s computer. It shows the same video of Alfred and
    Alexia as children, pulling off the dragonfly’s wings and placing it in a
    container full of ants. The computer asks for a password, and Claire figures
    it out with the help of a music box in the room. (The password is 1971, the
    year Alfred and Alexia were born). A music-box in the room moves aside to
    reveal a secret passageway. A Bandersnatch jumps though the large window
    behind Alfred’s desk. Claire defeats it, and checks out the secret passageway.
    The passageway leads to a bridge. Claire sees Alfred’s private residence and
    runs ahead to investigate. A woman can be heard laughing maniacally. It
    thunders loudly, and lightening strikes nearby... 
    The residence has an creepy, gothic feel to it. In addition to a large doll
    suspended from the ceiling, there are more creepy dolls on display inside a
    glass case.
    Upstairs, Claire hears a woman talking to Alfred. Alfred addresses the woman
    as Alexia. Alexia is dressed in a purple evening gown. Alexia asks why it is
    taking so long to stop Claire. Alfred reasons with her that he has been trying
    his best.  Alexia says she will to take care of both of them herself.
    Then Alexia senses that someone is listening in; she goes to look through the
    bedroom window that gives a view of the hallway where Claire is hiding, but
    Alexia doesn’t see anyone, and says she must have imagined it. She and Alfred
    leave. Claire is worried that she will be discovered, but she goes into the
    bedroom anyway. Alexia’s bedroom  is decorated with dolls in a display case.
    The mirror on the vanity desk is broken. The same melody from before is
    playing on the music-box. The bed is equipped with a platform that can lower
    or raise. When the platform is lowered, a ladder is revealed, but the door at
    the top is sealed for the time being. When the platform is raised, it appears
    as a canopy bed. Claire places the red ant object in it’s place on the music
    box. She collects a music plate from inside the music box and also a silver
    key that is on the bed.
    Next, Claire goes into Alfred’s room. His room is similar, but without the
    dolls or mirror. A female-form mannequin is in the room for hanging clothing.
    Claire goes back to the palace to use the silver key. Claire finds a letter
    to Alfred from HUNK, a member of Umbrella’s Anti-B.O.W. special forces. In
    the file he writes that he has delivered a large B.O.W. capsule. Although he
    doesn’t know what was inside of it, he writes that "it is currently being
    stored in the freezer".
    Claire stops by the underground cell to give Rodrigo the hemostatic medicine.
    He is surprised to see her again. She also gives him her lighter, telling him
    it was given to her as a gift from her brother. Rodrigo gives her a lockpick
    in exchange for her kindness.  
    Next, Claire goes to a small medical clinic for the prisoners. She discovers
    a note left by the anatomist. From the note it seems that Alfred hired this
    insane guy to torture prisoners to death. The anatomist writes about a certain
    "key" that leads to the basement, indicating that there is something special
    down there. Another door catches Claire’s eye, and she heads in that
    direction. A body bag behind her shifts...
    Claire checks the side room, where she discovers a torture chamber. After
    killing the zombies in the room and collecting what the room has to offer, she
    returns to the main room of the medical clinic. Upon returning to the main
    room, Claire comes upon the zombified anatomist eating a prisoner, also
    zombiefied. When they notice Claire, they turn their attention towards her,
    and she kills them both. She finds a glass eye that the anatomist dropped,
    which just happens to be the key she needed to access the basement. In the
    basement is yet another torture chamber. Going down to the lowest level of the
    basement reveals a room with a statues. Claire removes a sword from one of the
    statues, which causes the room to fill with toxic gas. Claire disables the
    trap, and places the sword into an iron maiden that was behind the statue and
    has rotated forward. Inside the iron maiden is a zombie. Once Claire kills it,
    she collects a piano roll to use back at the palace.
    As Claire is about to open the main palace door, she hears a man say,
    "Greetings, you must be the lovely Claire Redfield." She turns to look, but
    doesn’t recognize him at first. The man tells her he has come back to haunt
    her brother. Claire knows then that this is Wesker, Chris’ former S.T.A.R.S.
    Captain. Wesker says he attacked the island, (an air strike with the help of
    his organization’s military unit, HCF) but didn’t expect Claire to be there.
    This is a pleasant surprise for Wesker, who says he will use Claire as bait
    for Chris to come to Rockfort Island. Although Claire had heard about the
    Mansion Incident back in Raccoon City, she doesn’t know the full extent about
    what happened between Chris and Wesker.  Wesker grabs Claire around the neck,
    telling her how much he hates Chris for ruining his plans back at the Spencer
    Mansion five months ago. He throws Claire some distance. Wesker steps on
    Claire’s shoulder while she is down, and applies pressure. Wesker knows that
    killing Claire would be a good way to get revenge on Chris. Luckily for 
    Claire, Wesker gets distracted by a call. Claire tries to make a
    counter-attack on him, but Wesker notices and kicks her in the face.
    Apparently, the call was important; Wesker leaves Claire alone after that,
    saying she has been spared for now and might be of use to him later. Claire
    sees Wesker’s eyes glow, and he jumps over a wall and disappears.
    Inside the palace again, Claire uses the piano roll. It plays the same lullaby
    from the music box. Doing this unlocks one of  the slot machines in the room.
    Inside of it Claire finds a blue ant figure to use on the music box in
    Alfred’s room. She has already found a red ant figure earlier and placed it in
    Alexia’s music box during her last visit to the private residence. 
    Once back in Alfred’s room in the private residence, Claire places the blue
    ant figure in the music box to open it. She puts in the music box plate and it
    plays the lullaby again. The secret door above the bed opens, and Claire
    climbs up the ladder. Upstairs is a room with a carousel. Claire finds a
    silver dragonfly figure. Taking the wings off reveals a key that inserts into
    the mouth of an ant painting in the room (symbolism from the video earlier).
    Once it has been used, the lullaby plays and the carousel rotates,
    allowing access to a loft above the play room. In the loft is a newspaper
    clipping about Alexia. It says that Alexia "graduated at the top of her class,
    from a prestigious university" at only ten years old. The article also says
    that Umbrella "offered her the position of head researcher" at the Antarctic
    Facility. Claire also finds a "confession letter" written by Alfred. The
    letter details his feelings about Alexia. Alfred idolized her. He saw her as
    queen of the world, and he as her servant. 
    Claire goes back down the ladder and is now in Alexia’s room, since the
    carousel rotated. As she is about to leave she is interrupted by the sound of
    a door opening behind her. It’s Alexia! Alexia is holding Alfred’s sniper
    rifle. Alexia says she is going to kill Claire to restore honor to her family.
    Claire ducks in time to avoid getting shot, and Alexia prepares to shoot
    another round. Something about this encounter is far too familiar to Claire.
    Luckily for Claire, Steve comes through the door, and upon seeing Alexia the
    two shoot at each other. A bullet hits Steve’s shoulder, but Steve
    successfully shoots Alexia a few times with his sub-machine guns and she
    retreats back through a revolving door which connects Alfred’s and Alexia’s
    rooms. Claire and Steve go through this secret door with the goddess design on
    it. There is blood on the floor, but Alexia is nowhere to be seen. Alexia’s
    dress is on the bed, and Claire sees a blonde wig on the music box. As Claire
    goes to examine it, Alfred jumps down from the canopy. Claire moves out of the
    way in time, and Steve kicks Alfred away from him. Alfred gets up and happens
    to see himself in the reflective window and sees he is wearing make-up. Alfred
    screams, coming to terms that Alexia isn’t really there with him, and he was
    her this whole time. He runs out of the room. Claire assumes with unparalleled
    logic that there never was an Alexia.
    Next, the self-destruct system goes off. Claire and Steve know they have to
    get off the island right away. They head towards the airport. Thankfully,
    Claire has collected all the proofs she needs to escape.
    Outside the palace, Claire and Steve see some plans taking off. Apparently
    there were more survivors besides Steve, Claire, and Alfred. Using the three
    proofs, they are able to use the lift to get into the plane, however, Steve
    tells Claire that first they have to raise the bridge that is blocking the
    path for take-off. Taking a control lever she found in the plane, Claire goes
    to raise the bridge.  
    After successfully raising the bridge, Claire finds an alternate route to get
    back to the plane. The self-destruct system announces that only five minutes
    are left until detonation. 
    Meanwhile, Alfred releases a Tyrant from a capsule, probably what HUNK
    delivered. Alfred is still talking in Alexia’s voice.  
    As Claire is running back to the airport, there is an explosion behind her.
    She is unharmed, but there is debris preventing her from turning back.
    Unfortunately, the Tyrant that Alfred just released breaks through a gate
    nearby and begins to advance on Claire. She has very little room to move with
    the flaming debris behind her and the Tyrant blocking her patch,
    but it eventually falls down, allowing Claire to get by. 
    Claire makes it back in time, and they take off. Meanwhile, Alfred uses his
    own Harrier jet to escape. As Claire and Steve are beginning to relax the
    plane shakes and an alarm goes off indicated that the back cargo room door is
    open. Claire goes to check it out. In the cargo room, Claire sees the same
    Tyrant from before. This time, the claws on it’s right hand grows longer.
    After weakening it with firepower, she is able to knock the Tyrant out of the
    plane by catapulting a large, metal box at the monster. 
    Back in the cockpit the plane switches to autopilot. The cause is Alfred, who
    appears on a monitor and tells them he cannot allow them to escape. With no
    way to switch to manual control the two are powerless to do anything, except
    wait to see where the plane will take them. After several hours, Claire has
    fallen asleep. Steve begins to realize his feelings for Claire and leans in to
    kiss her, but she moves suddenly and startles Steve. Steve looks out the
    window and notes the coordinates. They are flying over the Antarctic. The two
    sit at the controls although they still can’t do anything. They see a large
    building below them along with the planes they saw earlier take off from
    Rockfort Island. This place is an Umbrella facility, too. The plane comes to a
    rough landing and crashes into the building. 
    The two are knocked unconscious. Claire is the first to come to. She wakes up
    Steve, who is amazed that they are still alive. The plane has crashed through
    the wall of the Umbrella Antarctic Facility and hangs suspended a few
    feet over the walkway. Steve jumps out and holds out his arms to catch Claire.
    She jumps out and they both fall on the floor together. Claire helps Steve up
    and they separate to explore the facility. The T-virus has been spread here,
    too by the survivors from Rockfort who were infected. By the time Claire and
    Steve arrive, the workers at the facility have all become zombies. Giant moths
    infest one of the hallways in the facility and have cocooned a few of the
    While exploring, Claire finds a file written by Alexander Ashford. He writes
    that he had this facility built in order to restore honor to his family after
    his father, Edward died. After the death of Edward Ashford, Alexander’s
    research could not keep up with the other T-virus researchers elsewhere and
    the family name declined. He built this research facility on an abandoned
    site. He also writes that there is to be a room in the facility designed
    after his mansion, that was originally designed by George Trevor. He names
    the project after his ancestor, Veronica.
    In a secret room off of the office, Claire sees a B.O.W. known as Nosferatu
    imprisoned in a cell below. Nosferatu had actually become an urban legend at
    the facility since his screaming could be heard from the basement.
    When Claire meets up with Steve again, Steve tells Claire that there is an
    Australian observation base seven miles away. They try to break through the
    wall with a digging vehicle. While Steve is moving the vehicle using the
    control panel in the room he gets distracted by Claire, and the vehicle hits
    a pipe releasing toxic gas. Claire pulls Steve out of the room quickly. Steve
    beats himself up about it, but Claire reassures him that they will escape
    together once they shut off the gas. They split up again to look for a
    solution to the problem. 
    Claire finds a gas mask and a valve handle that she uses to turn off the gas.
    Just as Claire breaths a sign of relief, Alfred appears again with his sniper
    rifle. Steve saves the day yet again, and gets Alfred’s attention away from
    Claire. Steve shoots Alfred with his sub machine guns, and Alfred falls over
    the railing onto an icy platform below. Alfred tires to grab his sniper rifle,
    but the ice cracks and he falls down into the abyss. Meanwhile, Nosferatu
    breaks free of his restraint in the basement.
    Claire runs down to grab the sniper rifle, and she gets into the digging
    vehicle with Steve, and they break through the wall. Water gushes through
    the wall and floods the facility, but it’s no matter to them, they are on
    their way out. Outside they get out of the vehicle and continue on foot.
    They make their way onto a helipad. Claire starts down the stairs on the
    opposite side of the helipad, but notices Nosferatu coming her way. She
    freezes up for a moment, and Steve jokingly mocks her. She backs up, and
    Steves sees the monster. Nosferatu sprouts tentacles on his back, and he
    hits Steve with one of them. Steve is knocked off the helipad, but manages
    to hold on to a piece of metal debris sticking out of the platform. Steve
    tells Claire to save herself and to leave him behind. Refusing to just leave
    Steve behind, she kills Nosferatu by shooting his exposed heart with the
    sniper rifle, and pulls Steve up. Steve vows to protect her next time.
    The two get into a snowmobile and head towards the Australian base. Meanwhile,
    Alfred is dying. With the last of his energy he heads to the laboratory where
    Alexia is kept in Cryo. He leaves a bloody smear against the entryway wall.
    Talking in his own voice now, he blames Claire for all that has happened. As
    Alfred crawls up the metal stairs to Alexia’s capsule he says her name. The
    buttons on the nearby control panel light up, the liquid drains from her
    capsule, and she opens her eyes. Emerging from her capsule, she sees her
    brother die, expressing his happiness to see her after 15 long years.
    She says nothing, but she uses her  new powers to control tentacles that come
    out of the snow and toss the snowmobile with Claire and Steve inside in all
    directions. As Alexia strokes her dead brother’s hair she watches the
    snowmobile burn from the corner of her eye. 
    Back on Rockfort Island, Chris is just arriving after getting a tip from Leon.
    Chris arrives on a boat and climbs a cliff to get onto the island. While
    climbing, he looses some of his gear. Chris finds himself in a cave at the top
    of the cliff. The gulp worm can be heard. It is moving around nearby causing
    the cave entrance to seal shut with rocks.
    Not far from the entrance, Chris sees Rodrigo, who is sitting in front of a
    wall with a plaque that reads "Robert Raval", a family member of Rodrigo’s.
    The walls are lines with several of these plaques. This is where the original
    residents of the island are buried. According to the Resident Evil Archives
    book, Rodrigo was originally from a small village on Rockfort Island. Umbrella
    had bought the Island, and destroyed the village. As a survivor, Rodrigo had
    no choice but to work for Umbrella’s security division. Chris asks Rodrigo if
    he’s seen Claire. Rodrigo tells Chris that he helped Claire escape and that he
    should do the same. Suddenly, the gulp worm comes out of the ground and
    swallows Rodrigo.
    Chris defeats the gulp worm. It regurgitates Rodrigo and dies. Rodrigo says
    that he can finally see his family again. Before he dies, he gives Chris the
    lighter that Claire had given him earlier.
    Chris makes his way into the training facility, now in even worse condition
    than before because of the self-destruct system. In the monitor room, Chris
    sees a video of Alexia singing to her dead brother. Alexia is now wearing the
    same dress Alfred wore earlier, a purple evening gown. She is singing the
    words to the lullaby from the piano and music box:
    "There was a friendly, but naïve king who wed a very nasty queen.
    The king was loved, but the queen was feared.
    ‘Till one day strolling in his court, an arrow pierced the kind king’s heart.
    He lost his life and his lady love."
    Wesker is also watching Alexia. Wesker is disappointed that Alexia is already
    awake. He had been sent to capture her by his new organization in order to
    collect the T-Veronica virus that is in her body, and now his task will be
    that much harder. Wesker also sees that Chris is now on Rockfort Island. He
    deploys bots that seek out Chris and send Hunters his way. Also by this time,
    some of Wesker’s HCF operatives have become infected by the T-virus and are
    shambling around.
    Chris meets up with Wesker face to face in one of the training facility’s
    laboratories. Already shocked and outraged that Wesker didn’t really die back
    at the Spencer Mansion, Chris becomes even angrier when he figures out that
    Wesker attacked the island while Claire was there. Chris is about to draw his
    gun, but Wesker quickly overpowers him and holds Chris up by the neck and
    tells Chris that Claire is in Antarctica with Alexia. Chris punches Wesker in
    the face and his sunglasses fall off revealing yellow cat eyes. Chris is too
    shocked to do anything else and starts to succumb to lack of oxygen. As Wesker
    strangles Chris and laughs, Alexia appears on a monitor behind Wesker and
    laughs, too. Wesker throws Chris against one of the capsules in the room and
    runs off. Alexia has his undivided attention now. Chris catches his breath,
    but a bandersnatch has been released from the capsule he was thrown against.
    He kills it and moves on.
    Eventually, Chris makes it to the underground waterway that was originally
    built by the native people. Alfred used to use this as a secret passage to
    his private residence on the hill, but when the passage was damaged he had
    the prisoners build a bridge to the residence instead. In the underground
    passage Chris fights the Albinoid which has now grown into an adult form.
    After this, Chris is able to gain access to Alfred’s hangar. Chris gets in a
    Harrier Jet and heads to Antarctica. 
    The tentacles have taken over much of the Antarctic facility by the time Chris
    arrives. Upon going further into the facility, Chris discovers more bots.
    Wesker is here, too. The water that leaked into the facility has frozen
    over allowing Chris to access new parts of the facility that Claire couldn’t
    get to earlier. Deep inside the research facility, Chris sees a giant ant
    Chris finds a files written by Alexia and Alfred when they were 12 years old.
    One is Alfred’s diary and the other is a report from Alexia. Alfred had found
    out about his and Alexia's birth and hated his father for it. Alexia had 
    discovered "the remains of an ancient virus within the genes of a queen ant".
    Alexia then combined the gene of the queen ant and the Progenitor virus to
    create a new virus which she called "T-Veronica". Although Alexia and Alfred
    came to dislike their father, both Alexander and the twins had something
    in common: their high regard for Veronica. Alexia had used her father,
    Alexander as a test subject. Alexander turned into a monster, later to be
    known as Nosferatu. Alexia and Alfred had Alexander confined to the basement
    cell in the facility. Next, Alexia decided to infect herself, but hypothesized
    that she would need to go into a cryogenic freeze for 15 years in order to
    coexist with the virus. She went into the cryogenic chamber starting in
    December 1983. After 15 years was up (in current day, December 1998) she would
    wake up with extraordinary powers and in essence be the "queen" she wanted to
    become, since the virus was created from queen ant genes. The worker and
    soldier ants in her ant hill would then spread the T-Veronica Virus throughout
    the world, making everyone similar to what happened to Alexander, and they
    would be her slaves. Also in Alexia’s report she discusses her interest in
    ants. She explains that the queen ant is essential to an ant hill. Each ant
    hill has one queen and several worker and soldier ants that work for the
    queen. The solider and worker ants can be replaced, but not the queen. Alexia
    writes that she views herself as the queen and the "ignorant masses" as the
    solider and worker ants.
    Chris discovers Alfred’s dead body in the capsule Alexia had previously been
    inside. Chris collects the blue jewel off Alfred’s ring. A file earlier
    mentioned that Alfred, Alexia, and Alexander each had a proof which lead to a
    secret room in the facility. 
    Chris notices Nosfertu under some ice in the facility. Chris pulls him out
    with a crane and notices Alexia watching him from across the room. She makes
    a lame comment about the spider and the fly and laughs at her own joke. Alexia
    may be a genius, but she still has the maturity level of a 12 year old girl. A
    massive spider breaks through the ice and attacks. Chris grabs Alexander’s
    proof (a green earring) and resolves to get a hold of Alexia’s next.
    She was wearing a choker with a red pendant. 
    Chris discovers Claire inside a mansion built into the facility’s basement.
    It highly resembles Spencer’s mansion, but as mentioned earlier, Alexander
    writes that the mansion was designed similar to his own mansion. Claire is
    held in place by a green cocoon hidden behind the mansion stairs. Chris cuts
    the cocoon and Claire soon wakes up. She has been searching for him since
    September and now after three months they have found each other. Claire tells
    him that they can’t leave until they find Steve, too. Alexia laughs from
    upstairs. She is carrying Alfred’s sniper rifle that she took from Claire
    while she was unconscious. Claire is surprised to find out that Alexia is
    real. Alexia leaves and Chris and Claire try to follow her, but a tentacle
    attacks and breaks a portion of the staircase. Chris falls back to the bottom
    floor. Steve’s agonizing scream can be heard from nearby. Although Chris
    appears hurt and Claire is reluctant to leave him, he insists that Claire find
    Steve. Claire goes through the door Alexia went through. 
    Claire finds Steve confined in the cell block where Alexander had been kept
    previously. She presses a button on the side to release him, but he is still
    held in place by a large ax that Claire can’t pull out. He tells Claire that
    Alexia injected him with the T-Veronica virus; he would be an experiment just
    like her father. Steve’s heartbeat changes and he begins to transform. He
    pulls out the ax that is holding him in the chair, and starts to chase after
    Claire. Claire runs back the way she came and just makes it under a gate that
    comes down. Claire is trapped, and Steve is using the ax to break the gate.
    One of the tentacles that Alexia has control over grabs Claire and coils
    around her like a snake. The monster Steve advances on Claire. He raises the
    ax to kill Claire, but suddenly stops just an inch from hitting her. There is
    still some humanity left in Steve, and he recognizes her. Instead he hits the
    tentacle. The severed tentacle hits Steve hard and he gets knocked against a
    wall. The tentacle retreats in pain. The monster changes back into Steve’s
    human form. Claire tells Steve that Chris has come to safe them, but Steve
    tells her he won’t be able to keep his promise to escape with her. Steve tells
    Claire he is glad to have met her and loves her before he dies. Claire sobs
    over his dead body.
    Back in the mansion’s foyer, Chris is hiding behind a support beam. Wesker has
    found Alexia at last. Wesker tells Alexia to come with him, as she is carrying
    the T-Veronica virus in her own body. Alexia just laughs at him and says he
    isn’t worthy of it’s power. She descends the stairs and begins to burn away
    her clothing. Her body and hair changes in appearance. Her skin tone is gray,
    and green vines appear to wrap around her, even her hair appears plant like.
    Her pendant burns off and falls next to the stairs. Wesker and Alexia fight
    in an amazing display of their superhuman abilities. Alexia throws
    out droplets of blood that burst into flame as an attack. Wesker is able to
    hold his own for a while, but gets burnt on the arm. He gets overwhelmed and
    decides to leave the fight to Chris after he sees him. Wesker leaves the room
    just before Alexia seals it off with fire. Chris successfully knocks Alexia
    out, but once he has collected her proof and left the room, she gets back up. 
    In the secret area, Chris finds a report on the Veronica project. It reveals
    how Alfred and Alexia were created. Alexander took Veronica’s gene and
    manipulated it. It was then implanted into the unfertilized egg of a surrogate
    mother. Alexander had managed to manipulate "the absolute value of
    intelligence artificially" in order to create a genius child who would revive
    the family name and be like Veronica. The twins Alfred and Alexia were born.
    Although Alfred was intelligent, he could not be considered a genius. Alexia,
    however, was the genius that Alexander had hoped to create.
    Also behind the door are bedrooms just like the ones on Rockfort Island.
    In the loft above the twin’s bedrooms is where the video with the dragonfly
    and ants was taken all those years ago. Inside the container on the table is
    a dragonfly object. The room is also lined with portraits of Veronica, Edward,
    and Alexander. Alexander’s portrait has a large tear across the face. 
    Chris finds Claire crying behind the locked door. It takes Chris no time to
    figure out that Steve is dead. He tells Claire they need to leave immediately,
    but neither of them can unlock the door, nor can it be broken down by force.
    Claire slides a file under the door, telling Chris if he activates the
    self-destruct system that the electronic locks might be deactivated. The file
    contains a key card, and gives a hint to the self-destruct system’s activation
    code. Chris unlocks the passage to the self-destruct system with the dragonfly
    object he found; this time all the wings are attached. He quickly activates
    the self-destruct system. The code is Veronica. All the doors in the facility
    Chris exits and Claire is waiting for him on the large grated platform. Below
    is Alexia’s anthill. One of the tentacles brakes through the grating and
    begins to "birth" Alexia. Chris notices a weapon towards the back of the
    platform called the Linear Launcher and instructs Claire to help him unlock
    it by turning the two levers clockwise at the same time. Once Alexia
    completely emerges from the tentacles and is fully formed again, she  turns
    her attention to Chris and Claire. Chris tells Claire to get to the emergency
    elevator. As Claire tries to run past Alexia, Alexia corners her with
    a wall of fire. Chris has to act quickly; he shoots Alexia before she can kill
    Claire. Claire leaves the immediate area safely, and Chris begins a difficult
    battle with Alexia. Alexia’s stomach expands becoming a large reproductive
    mass that produces smaller creatures that attack Chris. According to the
    Resident Evil Archives book these are incomplete larvae. Alexia has in a way
    become the queen ant she envisioned herself to be. Her upper body is that of
    a winged ant. Eventually several winged ants emerge from the ant hole below
    the grating and attack Alexia. Her upper body detaches from the larger lower
    half and she begins to fly around. The Linear Launcher is ready in the nick of
    time. Alexia is killed with just one hit from the Linear Launcher, resulting
    in a gory explosion. So when it was all said and done, Alexia’s dream for her
    perfect world was destroyed; she was defeated and the world went on without
    The self-destruct system was already starting to take effect, so Chris hurried
    to catch up with Claire, but when he got down to the bottom of the stairs he
    saw that Wesker was holding Claire hostage. Wesker pushes Claire through a
    destroyed portion in the wall and tells her to "move". Chris sprints after
    them, and even pushes a zombie out of the way. He finds them in a large
    outdoor area next to a harbor where a submarine is docked. Chris tells Wesker
    to let Claire go, saying it’s not her that Wesker wants. Wesker lets go of
    Claire forcefully, pushing her forward. Wesker explains that he came for
    Alexia, but has taken Steve’s dead body instead since it contains T-Veronica
    (he calls it T-Alexia), and says that Steve might come back from the dead as
    he did. Claire is greatly upset by this, but there’s nothing that can be done;
    Wesker’s men have already taken Steve’s body. Chris again orders Claire to get
    to safety. As Claire goes to the hangar, Chris and Wesker fight. Chris is no
    match for Wesker’s strength and endurance for damage, but Chris manages to
    survive thanks to a small explosion that causes a major burn on  Wesker’s
    face. The self-destruct system is about to go off and even Wesker can’t
    survive that, so the fight ends; Chris makes it out alive, but with a nose
    bleed. Wesker escapes in the submarine. Chris makes his way to the emergency
    elevator and then to the hangar. The facility is starting to fall apart, and
    even the ant hill is beginning to burn. Chris gets blown out of the emergency
    elevator by an explosion, and lands on the jet Claire is already inside. Chris
    gets into the cockpit and they fly away to safety before the facility is
    completely destroyed. The two resolve to take down Umbrella.
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    7. Resident Evil 5
    a. Introduction
    Resident Evil 5 is a direct follow up to Resident Evil 4. It also has some
    amazing plot revelations that relate to Resident Evil (original and REmake)
    and Resident Evil 0. Also included here are Lost in Nightmares and Desperate
    b. The game
    After Raccoon City was wiped out, Umbrella had several lawsuits filed against
    them. The Global Pharmaceutical Consortium, an organization made up of 
    pharmaceutical companies all over the world was also hit hard by the fallout
    after the events of October 1, 1998. The public no longer trusted the
    organization, particularly since Umbrella was an executive board member. 
    Other pharmaceutical companies had unknowingly contributed to Umbrella's
    bioweapons research by sharing partially developed medications and techniques.
    Umbrella and the other companies were in danger of going bankrupt. In order to
    protect themselves, the consortium and the other companies agreed to help the
    prosecutors in their case against Umbrella, so they would not be held
    responsible. Umbrella was found guilty of all charges in 2003. However, this
    wasn't the end to bioweapons. Bio-Organic Weapons soon began to be sold to
    terrorists, guerrilla fighters, and unstable state governments by way of the
    black market. In response to this, the Global Pharmaceutical Consortium
    formed the Bioterrorism Security Assessment Alliance to handle situations
    involving B.O.W.s.  
    When it was first formed, the B.S.A.A. had only eleven members and was
    civilian-led. However, the bioterrorism problem was too big to handle at
    that time. Finally, the B.S.A.A. was reformed under the United Nation's
    jurisdiction as a special forces team giving them the necessary power they
    needed to conduct investigations and make arrests. The B.S.A.A had eight
    branches for each region of the world and their headquarters were in England.
    The Global Pharmaceutical Consortium provides ongoing financial support for
    the B.S.A.A. in order to help their own image.
    Soon after Chris and Jill had defeated T-A.L.O.S. in Russia, they joined the
    B.S.A.A. They were two of the eleven original founders of the organization.
    Since the two had a long history together, they were also partners in the
    B.S.A.A. and traveled all over the world together fighting B.O.W.s. 
    The two eventually infiltrated Ozwell E. Spencer's Estate on
    September 23, 2006 to arrest him and find out where Wesker might be. However,
    when they got there, Wesker was already there and he had killed Spencer. (See
    Lost in Nightmares for complete synopsis of this)
    The three got into a fight, where Wesker was winning because of his superhuman
    strength and speed. Jill tackled Wesker to save Chris. Jill and Wesker fell
    out of the window and over a cliff. The B.S.A.A. searched for her body, but
    couldn't find her and declared her dead on November 23, 2006.
    A grave was set up for Jill, but there was no body to put inside of it. Chris
    went on other missions by himself and eventually had gone on more missions
    than any other B.S.A.A. member. During one of his investigations, Chris heard
    about a bioweapons deal going on in the town of Kijuju in Africa. A bioweapons
    smuggler, named Ricardo Irving, was involved. Chris informed the West African
    branch about Irving and requested to help arrest him.
    In  March, 2009, a joint operation of the North American branch and the West
    African branch of the B.S.A.A. was held in the Kijuju Autonomous Zone to stop
    the black market weapons deal from going though and to arrest Irving. Chris
    drives to Kijuju in a B.S.A.A. Humvee. He is greeted by a female agent of the
    West African branch of the B.S.A.A. She is Sheva Alomar. Sheva tells Chris
    she will be his partner on this mission to help put the locals at ease. Chris
    can't help but remember Jill when she says, "partner."
    Over the last few years Chris has seemingly grown jaded. He "wonders if it's
    all worth fighting for." Unknown to him is that he will find the answer to
    that question very soon.
    Chris and Sheva approach a gate, but an armed guard pats Sheva down.
    Irritated, Sheva hands the man something; she and Chris go through the
    gate. On the other side, Sheva and Chris are instructed by Kirk, the 
    helicopter pilot, to go to a butcher's shop to get briefed on the mission. As
    they make their way to the butcher's shop, they see that the locals are acting
    suspicious; a small group of locals are beating a moving sack. A little
    further up a siren goes off. A man can be heard over a radio and seems to be
    inciting violence. Sheva and Chris look back to see that all the people are
    mysteriously gone.
    At the butcher's shop, Reynard Fisher, gives Chris and Sheva their weapons and
    tells them to head towards town square and that Alpha Team is waiting for them
    at the location where the black weapons deal is to be made. Reynard asks if
    they've heard of Uroborus. Chris says he's heard rumors about a doomsday
    project. Reynard tells them that apparently it's not a rumor. He sends them
    off and tells them that Irving is their only lead. He tells them to be
    careful. Chris and Sheva exchange confused looks. They came to apprehend
    a bioweapons smuggler, not to uncover a doomsday project.
    In the town, Sheva and Chris find both human remains and animal carcasses as
    well as a note that says outsiders will receive punishment and "sacred death"
    in order to "release them from bonds of wickedness". There are already
    multiple similarities with Resident Evil 4's Spanish village.
    Shortly after, Chris and Sheva hear a man scream and run to check it out. The
    man is being held down by two other men. One of them forces what looks to be
    a large parasite into his mouth and the two run off. We later learn that
    this is called Las Plagas type 2, which is a grown Las Plagas parasite.
    Forcing the plaga into the mouth and ingesting it leads to the plaga attaching
    itself to the host's central nervous system within 10 seconds. People infected
    with Las Plagas were known in RE4 as ganado. However, people infected with new
    versions of Las Plagas are known as majini, meaning "evil spirit" in the local
    Chris and Sheva try to help him, but he can't respond. He is gagging and
    coughing. This man becomes a majini in a matter of seconds and charges at
    Sheva and Chris. They kill him, but Chris is puzzled because he knows the man
    wasn't like any zombie he had encountered before. After exiting the building,
    several majini start to chase Chris and Sheva.  They run into the nearest
    house and bar the door after them. Chris contacts Kirk about the
    violent locals. Kirk already is aware of the problem, but tells Chris that
    orders still stand. Inside this building is a large ax (foreshadowing a
    future mini boss).   
    Inside another house, Chris and Sheva witness a public execution through the
    window. On a high platform outside, a majini wearing sunglasses is shouting
    into a megaphone and stirring up his fellow majini below. Two majini are
    holding Reynard. Chris and Sheva recognize him, but are powerless to do
    anything. They watch as the executioner decapitates Reynard with a large
    battle ax. The crowd cheers. Then, the man in sunglasses spots Chris and Sheva
    and incites the crowd to kill them.  Chris radios Kirk for help. Soon, the man
    with the ax is crashing through a gate near Sheva and Chris. Chris and Sheva
    manage to get away and fight off the hordes and the man with the ax. Finally,
    Kirk arrives and blows up a gate with a rocket launcher. Chris and Sheva can
    now advance in their mission.
    Along the way to the deal location, Chris and Sheva overhear Dan Dechant,
    the captain of Alpha Team, being attacked over their radio. Shortly after
    this, Alpha Team doesn't respond at all. Also Chris and Sheva catch a glimpse
    of a young, blond female being dragged away by a majini. According to the
    Experience Kijuju blog, her name is Allyson. Not too much later, they see
    Allyson on a balcony yelling for help. She is dragged away, again, into the
    building. Chris and Sheva rush into the building, but it's too late, she is
    infected with Type 2 Plagas as well. When shot the parasite explodes out
    of her neck just like in RE4. However Type 2 Plagas aren't affected by
    sunlight. They are forced to kill her.
    Once they get to the deal location they hear a scream. This building appears
    to have been a warehouse, but has fallen into disrepair. Black goo is dripping
    from the ceiling in a few locations. On the second floor of the building they
    find two dead members of Alpha Team. They soon find Dechant and his team, who
    are  dead and laying in the black goo.  Dechant is still alive and tells Chris
    that Irving had set up Alpha Team and got away.  Dechant hands Chris a data
    file that he says he downloaded from Irving computer. He tells Chris that he
    must  get the information to HQ and breathes his last. Sheva catches a glimpse
    of Irving running away. Chris lets Kirk know that alpha team was wiped
    out, but he has the data. Kirk tells him to relay the data to HQ.
    This set up had been well planned by Irving. He knew the B.S.A.A. were coming
    and changed his plans to have his black market weapons deal in a mine outside
    of Kijuju. He had the cloaked figure we saw in the opening cinematic infect an
    African local with a new bio-organic weapon known as Uroboros and sent it to
    attack alpha team. 
    In the basement Chris and Sheva find a key that will lead them out of the
    building. As they are about to use the key, they notice that Uroboros is
    forming on the ceiling. However, they don't know it is called Uroboros at the
    time. The Uroboros creature consumes a nearby dead body of an Alpha Team
    member. The creature has the appearance of many leech-like appendages that are
    swarming around the host. These appendages have amazing reaching abilities
    that make it extremely dangerous because it seeks out organic things to help
    it grow. It also has several orange-yellow colored weak spots. Chris and Sheva
    retreat to the room where they found the key, a room with a furnace.
    Trapping the creature in the furnace, they discover that it has a weakness to
    extreme heat.
    After defeating Uroboros  using the room's furnace, Chris and Sheva take an
    elevator up that leads them to Alpha Team's  Humvees that are parked in the
    warehouse. Chris gets a laptop out of  one of the vehicles and uses it to send
    the data to HQ. Unknown to Chris and Sheva, Irving is watching them through a
    feed on his own laptop computer. The cloaked figure is by his side and is
    driving his sorry butt around as his personal chauffeur.
    Chris tells HQ that the locals are acting like the ganados that were described
    in Leon Kennedy's report. He also tells them about the monster they just
    encountered.  HQ tells him that they think Irving has moved on towards the
    mines and that they are still expected to try to apprehend Irving despite that
    Alpha Team has already been killed. HQ has sent in bravo team ahead of Chris
    and Sheva. Although disappointed and feeling expendable, Chris and Sheva
    Chris and Sheva continue on to a different part of town. Along the way they
    see that some of the majini, when shot, release a flying version of Type 2
    Plagas known as Kipepeo. Kirk continues to help Chris and Sheva until kipepeo
    attacks the helicopter. It crashes and HQ orders all nearby units to head
    towards the crash site.
    On the way to the crash site, Sheva and Chris are confronted by a majini with
    a chainsaw, but they manage to defeat him as well.
    They finally make it to the crash site. The helicopter is burning and Kirk is
    dead. As crows are circling overhead, they hear a noise that sounds like it's
    getting closer. They ready themselves for what comes next. A majini on a
    motorcycle jumps over the wall and into the courtyard. It is carrying a long
    chain and swings it at Chris and Sheva. They dodge, but Chris gets pulled
    across the ground when the chain gets wrapped around his leg and Sheva has to
    shoot the chain and save him. More motorcycle majini enter the area attempting
    to run Chris and Sheva over.  Luckily for Chris and Sheva, Delta Team has
    arrived and they snipe at the majini. Leading them is Delta Team captain Josh
    After saving Chris and Sheva, Josh and Chris introduce themselves. Sheva is
    already well aquatinted with Josh since he is the one who trained her. Josh
    gives Chris the data file from Irving's hard drive for his own use. Looking
    through it on his PDA, Chris sees a picture of a woman with long blond hair.
    He believes it's his partner Jill, despite the hair color. As Sheva's captain,
    Josh tells her to continue looking for Irving. Josh tells them that Irving has
    moved on to the mining area.
    Chris and Sheva travel through the mines. On the other side they find Irving
    in a small, two story building. The three have a stand off until someone not
    in the room throws a gas grenade inside which distracts all three of
    them. The cloaked figure breaks through a window and drags Irving away. Sheva
    and Chris look out the window, but Irving and the cloaked figure are long
    Chris looks through some of Irving's papers and sees pictures of an oil field.
    Sheva knows that the oil field is in the marshlands. They report their
    findings to Josh. Immediately after talking to Josh the area is bombarded with
    majini. Outside of the small two story building is a canyon and the sun is
    starting to set.  Further up the canyon a large vehicles being driven by a
    majini appears and crashes into the side of the canyon, killing the driver.
    The back end of the vehicle sort of hangs off the ledge, but that isn't a
    problem for the new B.O.W. inside. As the back of the vehicle opens, a
    bat-like creature known as Popokarimu climbs out. It seems that Irving has
    sacrificed this B.O.W. that he was going to sell in retaliation against Chris
    and Sheva. After taking enough damage Popokarimu and the truck fall off
    the cliff.
    After defeating Popokarimu, another B.S.A.A. member comes to pick up Chris and 
    Sheva. They drive off and eventually find themselves driving across the
    Sheva contacts HQ to let them know that she believes that Irving is on his way
    to the oil field in the marshland and that she and Chris are about to rejoin
    Delta Team. On their way to rejoin Delta Team however, more majini on
    motorcycle start to chase their vehicle throwing axes and molotov cocktails
    at them. Majini driving large trucks often ride along side the B.S.A.A. Humvee
    hoping to mow them down. Chris and Sheva keep them at bay using the Mini Gun
    and RPK-74 mounted on the Humvee. Along the way, Josh contacts them saying
    that based on data that they got off Irving's hard drive, the locals have been
    taken over by a parasites known as Las Plagas. Josh contacts Chris and  Sheva
    again after a while, this time telling them that Delta Team is under attack.  
    Ultimately, they get away from the majini by jumping a broken bridge. The
    motorcycles fall into the river. By the time they reach the port it's night
    and Delta Team has been wiped out. Chris and Sheva's driver gets out of the
    Humvee to check on a nearby Delta Team member, but it's no good; he's
    already dead. Chris and Sheva notice that one of the Humvees is being thrown
    at them in time to get out of the way, but the driver is crushed under the
    foot of a giant. Leon would recognize this giant as El Gigante, but this new
    African version is known as Ndesu. Irving has released this B.O.W. as well.
    Chris and Sheva try to hide behind the overturned Humvee, but the giant  finds
    them. They  sprint towards another Humvee to use the guns mounted on the
    vehicle. Using a similar strategy as Leon used in RE4, Chris and Sheva manage
    to defeat Ndesu. They dodge just as it falls and crashes onto the Humvee they
    were just standing on.
    After defeating Ndesu,  Sheva is dismayed that she can't find Josh. Chris
    offers Sheva the chance to quit. Sheva asks him why he isn't going to give up,
    suggesting that things have become so bad that they should both leave.
    Chris becomes offended at this and explains that he has a personal stake in
    this. He had heard that his old partner might still be alive and when he saw
    the data file he was sure of it. Chris begins to head off, but Sheva insists
    on going with him. They both get on a fan boat and head toward the marshlands.
    By the time Chris and Sheva get to the marshlands it is daytime again. Sheva
    asks about Jill. Chris explains what happened to her. Sheva tells Chris that
    her parents used to work at a factory run by Umbrella and that there had been
    an "accident" that had killed her parents. Except the accident wasn't really
    an accidental. They were doing a final test on a new bioweapon. Lower
    employees, such as Sheva's mother and father were not aware of these test.
    The two start to explore the marshlands, which are inhabited by the Ndipaya
    tribe now turned majini. Adding to the danger is that there are crocodiles in
    the water. In one area, Chris and Sheva find a B.S.A.A member who has been
    killed. He has spears sticking out of his back. Judging from a memo close by,
    he was looking for any possible survivors of Delta Team. Chris and Sheva also
    encounter a few majini who are about nine feet tall, another mutation of the
    Along the way, they find a journal written by one of the youths that lived in
    the marshlands. He writes that "a man who said he was the foreman of the oil
    plant" (Irving) came to tell them he wanted to inoculate everyone in the
    marshland against a disease. He writes that everyone was happy about getting
    the inoculation, except himself, writing that he just didn't like the way
    Irving looked. So while everyone got the "inoculation" he stayed in the
    village and slept. That night the villagers were meeting about the children in
    the village all being sick with a fever. The next day they all died. The
    leader of the village went back to the oil field to ask if the "inoculation"
    had killed the children. However, Irving told the leader that the children
    had all died from the disease and told everyone to come back for more shots.
    The villagers started to panic and the writer was forced by his own people to
    go with them to get a shot. Of course the shots didn't help at all. The men
    become more violent while the women become lethargic. Eventually the men
    started to dress in the tribal outfits that Chris and Sheva see them in. The
    men started fighting each other; The women all died. Over the next days, the
    writer himself starts to change. His writing begins to deteriorate and he
    feels violent.
    Chris and Sheva ride a rope way to another part of the marshland. In one area,
    the tribal majini are feeding a dead B.S.A.A member to a crocodile.
    As Chris and Sheva get closer to the oil field they see some tents with the
    Tricell logo on them. Sheva comments that Tricell funds the B.S.A.A. and
    wonders why they are there. This must have been where the tribal majini were
    given Type 3 Plagas. Type 3 Plagas was created by "taking a subordinate plaga
    (the base Las Plagas) and implanting a gene from the control plaga.
    Type 3 Plagas "has a 0 percent adherence rate" for women and children, the
    reason why the women and children of the marshlands died. It notes that some
    infected with Type 3 Plagas reached 3 meters tall, referencing the tall
    majini that Chris and Sheva had just encountered. 
    When Chris and Sheva get to the oil fields, they see Irving and resolve to
    catch up to him. Making their way into the control facility, they find that
    Josh is alive. He explains that the team was attacked at the port, and he
    somehow ended up there at the refinery. Josh had no idea that Delta Team was
    wiped out until then. Sheva tells Josh that Chris saw a picture on the data
    file that looked like his friend. Chris says he won't give up on trying to
    apprehend Irving until he finds out what is going on. The three
    are soon ambushed by majini, and Josh has to disable two different locks to
    escape the hoard. When the three make it to safety, Josh says that Irving
    plans to blow up the oil refinery, and tells them to head towards the dock
    where Irving may make his next escape.
    At the dock, the two see Irving on a large boat. Irving's body guard hops onto
    a smaller boat, and sails off. Irving laughs at them thinking they will die in
    the explosion and leaves. Josh radios Chris and Sheva to come as quickly as
    possible to the other side of the dock, he has found a boat for them to escape
    in. Chris and Sheva run to the boat as fast as they can even while
    explosions can be heard in the distance. The oil refinery is already burning.
    They make it to the boat in time before the refinery explodes.
    The three head off to catch up to Irving by boat. Chris and Sheva are 
    frustrated that Irving got away again. When Josh asks them about Irving,
    they respond with silence. It's a struggle to catch up to him because they
    they have to sail through the drilling facilities, and there are
    more locked gates and even more majini in the way.  
    They finally get out of the drilling area and into the open waters. Suddenly
    Irving's boat appears and Josh tries to turn the boat fast enough to avoid
    crashing, but it is no good; The boats collide. There are a few majini on
    Irivng's boat that use guns that are mounted on the boat's deck, to shoot at
    Chris and Sheva. This is no problem for Chris and Sheva who easily get on
    Irving's boat after shooting the majini. 
    Irving is watching them and knows this means he will have to use the control
    plaga given to him by the hooded figure. The hooded figure told him he had to
    make sure that Chris and Sheva were stopped, and this was his punishment for
    letting them get this far.
    Irving had planned to escape with a large amount of money, but now he has no
    where else to go to get away from Chris and Sheva. Approaching the two, Irving
    is saddened by having to use  the plaga on himself, but resigns himself to it
    because he says everyone has looked down on him, even though he provided the
    major funding by selling B.O.W.s. He injects the plaga before Chris and Sheva
    have time to react, and he immediately grows tentacles, and springs into the
    water. Within seconds, a large sea monster attacks the boat. While the plaga
    injected into Irivng's neck has caused this massive creature, Irving himself
    is controlling the creature in the form of it's tongue.  
    In addition to this danger, the weather gets bad. Josh is instructed to get to
    safety. They fight Irving using the guns that the majini were using earlier.
    When the monster is defeated by severing the tongue the sea monster sinks into
    the sea, and Irving is thrown onto the boat. As Irving is dying he
    complains about Excella, saying the plaga must have not been "the good stuff."
    Sheva recognizes the name "Excella." Chris shows him the picture on the data
    file, and asks if he knows where the facility is. Irving is well aware of the
    Uroboros project and tells them that it will change everything. Irving is
    going through excruciating pain, and Sheva says "Chris!" to warn him to not
    get too close to Irving. Ironically it is at this point that Irving finds
    out that the man who has been trying to apprehend him is the well known Chris
    Redfield. Although he has heard Chris' name before somewhere, it is during
    this conversation that he finally puts the name with the face. Finding this
    out, Irving tells Chris that his questions will be answered in a nearby cave.
    Irving is still laughing at the two saying they are screwed anyway. Since
    Irving has gone through such a major transformation (he only appears human
    from the waist up) and has been severed from the sea monster, he dies. With
    Irving out of the picture, Sheva and Chris change their objective to finding
    Jill, and to investigate the Uroboros project.
    Chris and Sheva get back on the smaller boat with Josh and ride to the cave
    that Irving had directed them to. Sheva notices the boat that the cloaked
    woman had used to get away is parked next to the dock inside the cave. Josh
    tells Chris and Sheva that he has to return HQ to get the withdraw order
    rescinded. Josh rides away and Chris and Sheva go on into the cave. Sheva tells
    Chris that she has heard the name "Excella" before and tells him that
    Excella is the director of Tricell's African division, but she doesn't have
    any proof yet that Excella might be connected to what has been going on,
    besides what Irving said.
    Chris and Sheva discover an ancient city inside the cave belonging to the
    Ndipaya tribe. The descendants of the tribe are all infected with Type 3
    Plagas, as seen in the marshlands.
    Meanwhile, Excella and Wesker are talking about the success of Las Plagas and
    Uroboros.  Excella had met Wesker some years beforehand. He had helped her
    advance her career at Tricell by sharing information he had collected on the
    T-virus, as well as other viruses. Excella has a romantic interest in Wesker,
    but obviously, he cares for no one but himself. Excella asks if Wesker will
    need a partner in his new world, but he just shoves her away. Although she
    has worked hard to impress Wesker he has no intentions of letting anyone be
    equal with him after Uroboros has wiped out most of humanity. He is just using
    Tricell and Excella for his own gain. The cloaked woman enters the room to
    tell them that the BSAA is near. Apparently, Excella has heard about Chris
    from Wesker, and knows that Chris is a member of the BSAA. Excella is
    irritated, and asks if he is concerned, but Wesker, as always, is very calm.
    Excella is frustrated with Wesker and storms out of the room with the cloaked
    woman. If it comes to it, she knows she will have to keep Chris from getting
    in their way.
    Chris and Sheva come upon an underground garden where mysterious flowers are
    growing. We later learn that these flowers are called "The Stairway to the
    Sun", and that they contain the progenitor virus. Although they are deep
    underground, some light is shining down from the ceiling. Chris sees the
    Umbrella logo on an old box, and is disturbed to know that Umbrella was there
    at one time. Nearby is an entrance to a research facility that was just
    recently operated by Tricell, but in the past it was built and used by
    Umbrella. Chris and Sheva have stumbled upon the area where the progenitor
    virus was discovered and where research was carried out. Inside the research
    facility are journal entries from an Umbrella researcher named Brandon who was
    a student of James Marcus.
    Deep in the research facility, they find a large circular room filled with a
    multitude of capsules. This seems to be how Tricell stored test subjects.
    Chris wonders if Jill might be in one of the capsules, and uses the computer
    in the center of the room. There is a file on her. Just as Chris suspected,
    the woman from the data file is Jill, who now has long, blond hair. The
    platform they are on starts to move downwards and they are attacked by a large
    crab-like creature known as U-8.  U-8 has a weak outer layer, and
    they manage to take advantage of the weakness by throwing grenades into it's
    mouth.  The platform continues to lower itself, and then one of the capsules
    moves forward and opens, but there is no one inside. Then Excella appears on
    the computer screen. Not only is she the director of Tricell's African
    division, she is also an officer in the Global Pharmaceutical Consortium. Both
    organizations fund the BSAA.  Not only that, but Excella used her position in
    the Global Pharmaceutical Consortium to get the B.S.A.A. to withdraw from the
    area. Chris demands to know where Jill is, but Excella pretends not to know.  
    Chris and Sheva are convinced that Excella has them under surveillance and
    that she sent U-8 after them. The research facility is quite large, but they
    think that if they can find Excella, they can find Jill.  Taking another look
    at Jill's file on the computer, they read that Jill's hair and skin have been
    lightened because she was "in a medically induced stasis for an extended
    After fighting some soldier majini, and getting into the elevator, Chris
    overhears a conversation over his radio between Excella and Wesker. Excella
    tells Wesker that Uroboros has been loaded and that the reserve supply will be
    ready soon. Chris is mad to hear that Wesker is still alive. Interestingly
    enough, Excella is the only one who addresses Wesker by his first
    name: Albert.
    Also in the research facility, they see several missiles with "Uroboros"
    printed on them. 
    Chris and Sheva find a laboratory where a live test subject is sitting in a
    chair. Excella and the cloaked woman are standing in an observation room
    watching them. Chris asks again where Jill is, but Excella says he sounds like
    a broken record. Excella mentions Uroboros, comparing it to evolution. The
    test subject starts to transform into a mass of black leeches like the one
    that killed Alpha Team. Excella explains that the test subject wasn't worthy,
    meaning he didn't have the correct DNA to survive Uroboros. Exella leaves the
    two to fight Uroboros Mkono. Chris and Sheva know from experience that
    Uroboros is weak against fire. Luckily for them there is a flame thrower in
    the room that they use to kill it. 
    Chris and Sheva make their way into the room where Excella was. They find a
    file written about the Uroboros virus. The virus is given to test subjects
    based on their weight. While the virus adapted to their DNA, test subjects had
    symptoms which included sweating, heavy breathing, and being delirious or
    confused. Most of the time the virus did not adapt to the host's DNA. When
    this happened, the virus would change the host's cells into "black leech-like
    pustules" that were then expelled through the skin. The host would be entirely
    consumed and start to gather organic matter around them in order to grow.
    Further into the research facility Chris and Sheva find a file on how the
    research personnel were all killed in order to keep Uroboros a secret.
    However, we know from the beginning of the game that some information on
    Uroboros had already been leaked because Chris and Reynard had heard rumors
    about it.
    They eventually come upon more ruins that branch off the facility, where
    Tricell is doing construction. They lower a bridge which leads them
    to an ancient room. Although this room was originally used by the Ndipaya,
    Tricell has taken control over this part of the ruin, too.  They have even
    added a door with their logo on it. Going through this door with the logo on
    it, they see Excella. Chris asks where Jill is again. (I agree, Excella; he
    does sound like a broken record). The cloaked woman suddenly appears and
    starts to beat the crap out of Chris and Sheva using hand to hand combat.
    Chris shoots the woman's mask off, but her face is still obscured a bit by the
    hood she is wearing. Wesker appears at last to taunt Chris, saying it's like a
    family reunion, and asks why Chris isn't happy to see them. Chris is slow,
    and asks Wesker what he is talking about. Wesker pulls the hood off the
    cloaked woman to reveal Jill. Chris is taken aback at this. Jill doesn't seem
    to recognize Chris, even when he talks to her directly. Jill throws off the
    cape. She is dressed in a skin tight battle suit, and starts to fight Chris
    and Sheva again. Chris and Sheva are careful not to harm Jill because they
    know she isn't in her right mind. Wesker and Jill then fight against Chris and
    Sheva. It's not only Wesker that now has superhuman abilities; Jill is able
    to run up walls. Chris and Sheva focus on Wesker, and are careful not to harm
    Jill. Chris and Sheva decide to hide in a maze-like area that is behind the
    room after Wesker kicks Chris into a door, breaking it down. The maze reveals
    the room's original purpose; there are a few Ndipaya sarcophaguses back there.
    After seven minutes Wesker gets tired of fighting, and tells Chris he had
    expected more of him after all this time. He gets a call from Excella, who has
    at some point sneaked out of the room. Chris and Sheva draw their guns and try
    to confront Wesker, but Jill isn't finished with them. Jill pins Chris down
    and twists his arm. Chris tries to reason with her and she shows signs of
    recognizing Chris. Wesker pushes a button on the device he is holding, saying
    he is surprised that she is resisting at such an advanced stage. In extreme
    pain, Jill rips open the top of her battlesuit to reveal a large, red device
    that is injecting a drug called P30 into her body.
    P30 had been derived from progenitor, and developed to control subjects in a
    similar way as Las Plagas, however, P30 had to be administered frequently, or
    the effects would ware off.
    Wesker leaves the room satisfied that Chris is forced to see Jill in pain.
    After Wesker leaves, Chris and Sheva work together to remove the device from
    Jill's chest, in hopes that she will return to normal. After some effort it is
    removed and Jill passes out temporarily.
    When she comes to, Chris is cradling her in his arms. The device has left the
    area on her chest bruised and there are a few small puncture wounds. Jill
    apologizes to Chris, saying that she could not control her actions, but she
    was aware. She is grateful to be free, but seems haunted by everything she had
    done while brainwashed. She had been used for the things she hated most,
    spreading bioweapons. She had infected a local man with Uroboros, which lead
    to Alpha Team being wiped out. She had also given Irving the control plaga.
    Jill's awareness while brainwashed is even more apparent when she knows
    Sheva's name. Jill tells Chris that he has to go after Wesker and stop him
    from spreading Uroboros. Chris is reluctant to leave Jill behind, but she
    insists. Chris and Sheva leave through the door that Wesker went through.
    After hours of being indoors, Chris and Sheva are outside again and the sun is
    setting. Outside is a large freight ship that is owned by Tricell. They see
    Wesker and Excella headed towards the ship with several soldier majini
    standing guard. Chris and Sheva find a way onto the ship, too.
    By the time the two get onto the ship and set off it is night. They make their
    way inside the ship and find Excella in a room where Progenitor flowers are
    being cultivated. She is distracted, looking over two attache cases. Chris
    and Sheva draw their weapons and ask where Wesker is, but Excella won't tell
    them anything. She starts to run off, and they fire some shots at her. Excella
    drops one of the attache cases on her way out. She locks the door behind her.
    Sheva looks at what Excella dropped. They are syringes labeled PG67A/W. This
    is what Excella was injecting Wesker with earlier. Chris and Sheva leave
    through another door. They fight many more soldier majini including one who
    uses a Gatling gun.
    Wesker is watching Chris and Sheva on a monitor. Wesker has a flashback of
    talking to Spencer when he had gone to  Spencer's estate in Europe. Spencer
    had revealed to Wesker that he was part of a project by Umbrella known as the
    Wesker plan, named after the head researcher at the time. The goal of the
    Wesker plan was to create a superior race of humans. Hundreds of children
    were chosen based on their parent's intellect, and were collected from all
    over the world. The children were all given the surname "Wesker". They were
    indoctrinated and then placed into controlled environments all over the world
    while Umbrella monitored them. Umbrella secretly made sure that they all
    excelled in their education. Albert Wesker was just one of them (number 13).
    Wesker had started working with Umbrella at only 18, when he was sent to
    Umbrella's training facility run by James Marcus. The next part of Spencer's
    plan was to give all of the Wesker children an experimental version of the
    Progenitor Virus. Albert Wesker had been given the Progenitor Virus in 1998
    when he was 38 years old by his colleague, William Birkin. Wesker took the
    virus before he was attacked by the Tyrant during the Mansion Incident, which
    allowed him to fake his death. Although Wesker survived progenitor, most of
    the Wesker Children died from it. 
    Another part of the Wesker Plan was that the children were indoctrinated to
    seek Spencer out, giving them an anxious feeling. This is why Wesker had
    always been suspicious of Spencer throughout his adulthood while working with
    Umbrella, and even to that moment in time.
    Spencer told Wesker that he was the only one to survive the Wesker Children
    plan. He says that all was lost in Raccoon City and laments his old age and
    the fall of Umbrella, believing he had the right to be a god. Once Wesker
    learned this about himself he no longer had that anxiety and killed Spencer
    by impaling him with his hand and says that the right to be a god is now his.
    That was about the time Wesker decided to try the idea for himself. He decided
    he would create a virus that wiped out most of humanity, but spared a certain
    few who had "superior DNA." Thus the Uroboros project was started. Now three
    years later he is about to launch the virus that will eradicate roughly six
    billion lives.
    Getting out of the elevator, Chris and Sheva are back outside. They see a
    large pile of dead bodies sitting in an open area. Excella stumbles out
    holding her stomach. She is obviously suffering from Uroboros, but is mostly
    distressed that Wesker betrayed her. Sheva and Chris draw their guns thinking
    it is a trap. Wesker talks over a speaker from inside the ship announcing
    that soon Uroboros will be released, wiping out six billion people. Chris
    yells that it won't happen on his watch, but Wesker says he won't live to see
    the dawn of new world. Sheva shows some slight sympathy for Excella, and asks
    why Wesker would do this to his partner, but Chris knows this isn't out of the
    ordinary for Wesker. Wesker has purposefully infected Excella with Uroborus
    knowing that she will be rejected and will attack Chris and Sheva. This is
    devastating  and heartbreaking for Excella, who had wanted to be Wesker's
    partner and love interest in the new world. The leech-like pustules come out
    of her mouth, and she is consumed. Now known as Uroboros Aheri, it
    consumes the pile of corpses and grows extremely large taking over that part
    of the ship. Chris and Sheva make a run for it, dodging the attacks form the
    Uroboros creature and run through a door leading to another indoor area of the
    ship. Uroboros Aheri has grown so large that it is threatening to take over
    the ship and is sending it's leech-like appendages crashing through the roof. 
    While trying to defend themselves, Chris and Sheva find Spencer's notebook
    that details his thoughts after Raccoon City was destroyed. He doesn't seem to
    mind that his company went under. To him, Umbrella was only a tool to research
    the Progenitor Virus. His goal was always to create a superior race of humans,
    and to be a god. Spencer had kept the African Research Facility as secret.
    It's existence was known only to a few select members of Umbrella. Wesker must
    have found this journal, and located one of the last people who had a level
    10 security clearance, as the file mentions. Carlos M was located; information
    was obtained from him, and then he was disposed of. This must have been how 
    Wesker located the African Research Facility.
    They also find a file about a satellite laser that works similar to a rocket
    launcher and make plans to use it to destroy Uroboros Aheri. Back outside
    again, they unlock the satellite laser, and aim it at the monster's weak
    spots. After hitting it's major weak spot the monster is killed, but remains
    frozen in time.
    Chris and Sheva head back inside the ship's control room. An alarm is going
    off. Sheva and Chris see an assault bomber on a monitor and believe it to be
    how Wesker will spread Uroboros. Jill contacts Chris on his PDA. She is still
    out of breath, but tells him that Wesker needs regular injections of a serum
    called PG67A/W to keep his virus in balance, or he will loose his superhuman
    abilities. She tells them he took a dose recently, but if given too much it
    will act as a poison. Sheva remembers the syringes that Excella had dropped
    and shows it to Chris. 
    Knowing that Wesker will get on the assault bomber soon in order to
    spread Uroboros they make plans to catch up to him and stop him by poisoning
    him with his own serum. If Chris and Sheva don't do something it seems as
    though 99.9% of the world's population will be wiped out in a matter of
    hours. Wesker's plan was to spread the virus via missiles once the bomber
    reached the tropopause. The virus would then "enter the upper tropopause and
    be spread by wind currents", but his plan would still work even if the bomber
    got shot down. Those infected by Uroboros would seek out others to spread the
    Chris and Sheva go to the engine room to catch up to Wesker. When they do get
    to Wesker he is still standing at the railing looking at the assault bomber.
    Chris and Sheva draw their guns, and the three start to fight. Neither of them
    can get in a shot because of Wesker's superhuman speed. The two get knocked
    over the railing and onto the floor below. They remember the syringes, and
    know it's their only way to defeat Wesker. They won't be able to stop him with
    guns; He's simply too fast. They find a way to inject Wesker by turning out
    the lights, and stunning him with a rocket launcher. He reacts to the 
    injection right away and it seems to have adverse effects on him, but he makes
    a few massive, superhuman jumps toward the assault bomber. Chris and Sheva
    sprint as fast as they can to the bomber. Chris gets on first, but Sheva is
    lagging behind. She eventually catches up and grabs Chris' hand, and he
    pulls her up.
    Inside the bomber, Wesker is suffering the effects of too much serum. The
    three fight again using a mixture of guns and martial arts moves. Of
    course guns are still ineffective against Wesker. Chris manages to inject
    Wesker with another dose of PG67A/W. Chris engages the override controls for
    the bomber. The bomber's door opens, threatening to suck them all out of the
    plane. Chris and Sheva hold on to some beams and Wesker grabs onto Sheva's
    foot. She is having a hard time hanging on with him pulling her down. She
    looks up at Chris and her expression changes. Chris remembers how Jill had
    saved him before three years ago, and believes Sheva is about to do something
    similar. Sheva lets go and begins to free fall. Chris drops down to grab and
    support Sheva. With Chris supporting her she grabs for her handgun
    and shoots Wesker. He falls out of the bomber and they crash into an active
    Chris and Sheva survive the crash and get out of the bomber. Wesker has
    survived, too. He infects himself with Uroboros by smashing his arm into one
    of the missiles. He successfully merges with the virus. He has maintained some
    of his human appearance and his intelligence. His arm that he used to break
    the missile is transformed into a sharp melee weapon. However, Wesker still
    has the leech like pustules like everyone else and also has the same weak
    Chris and Sheva run from Wesker, but the pathway under them breaks away, and
    the two get separated. Chris falls to the ground below, and has to jump
    over some lava to get to the middle platform. Wesker chases him, but Sheva is
    able to shoot a weak spot on Wesker's back because he is no longer that fast.
    Uroboros spreads to his other arm. Wesker then turns his attention to Sheva.
    Sheva runs further up the path while Chris snipes at Wesker from the
    middle platform. As Sheva is running, the path crumbles again and she is left
    hanging over some lava. Chris snipes at Wesker to keep him from getting too
    close to Sheva. She manages to pull herself up.
    Chris runs to meet Sheva, but a bolder is in his way. He punches the bolder
    and pushes it out of the way to make a path for Sheva.
    The two fight Wesker on the middle platform of the volcano. They aim for
    Wesker's weak spots, but the ground under Wesker cracks and he falls into
    the lava.
    A helicopter arrives. Jill is in it, and she throws down a rope. Sheva and
    Chris climb up, after Chris nearly falls into the lava himself. However,
    Wesker isn't dead yet. With Uroboros, his arm is able to stretch and grab
    hold of the helicopter's skids, tossing the helicopter around. Before Wesker
    can drag them down, Jill points out that there are two rocket launcers on
    the helicopter. Chris and Sheva grab them and fire them simultaneously at
    Wesker. It's a direct hit and there is no sign of him left. With Josh flying
    the helicopter, Chris, Jill, and Sheva all reflect on everything that has
    happened. Jill and Sheva agree that it's finally over. Chris thinks to himself
    again if it was all worth fighting for. Now he knows that a future without
    fear made it all worth it.
    c. Lost in Nightmares
    The B.S.A.A. had received intell on the location of Spencer's Estate in
    Europe. HQ, which was located in England, assigned Chris and Jill to
    apprehend Spencer, perhaps because of their history with Umbrella. Chris and
    Jill had been two of the eleven original founders of the B.S.A.A. Thus their
    code-names were Eagle 5 (Jill) and Eagle 6 (Chris).  
    Chris and Jill had ulterior motives of questioning Spencer on the whereabouts
    of Wesker. On the night of September 23, 2006, they infiltrated the estate
    quite easily by picking the lock of the main entrance. Inside the estate
    they find that the layout is very similar to Spencer's mansion in Raccoon
    City. However, on this night something is amiss. There is blood on the floor.
    Even the mood isn't so different from the incident they faced eight years ago.
    There is a Thunderstorm outside adding to the creepy vibe. 
    As they walk up the grand staircase, a corpse of one of the security guards
    falls down from the second floor, and there are more corpses upstairs. The
    corpses appear to have been killed by unconventional means. It doesn't take a
    genius to figure out who did this. 
    Inside the mansion are pictures of Africa, including the Sun Garden where the
    Progenitor flowers were found. There are also pictures of Spencer himself. 
    In one of the bedrooms, Chris and Jill find The Keeper's diary from the
    Spencer Mansion in Raccoon City, however some of the pages are missing.
    They also find memoirs written by Spencer's butler, Patrick. Patrick has
    dedicated his life to serving Ozwell Spencer. His family has been in service
    to the Spencer household since Spencer's great grandfather was alive. The
    butler writing this memoir has to be at least around 60 years old. The butler
    writes that although Spencer has many residences, he has secluded himself to
    this one in recent years. It seems that Spencer never had any children,
    because the butler writes that once Spencer dies it will be the end of his
    family line.
    In a second memoir, Patrick writes that he is assisting with Spencer's
    experiments in the basement of the Estate. He feels like he is losing his
    soul, but he is happy to serve Spencer in any way he can. 
    While explporing the Spencer Estate eerie sounds can be heard, like dogs
    barking, a piano playing faintly, and another creepy indescribable sound. A
    bat breaks through a window in one of the hallways.
    In a small library, they find Spencer's memoirs. Spencer considers aging a
    disease. He has lost use of his legs and has to use a wheelchair, which is
    unacceptable for Spencer, because he had wanted to live forever and become
    a god. He believes his only hope of becoming a god is in a virus.  Spencer
    writes that the virus "suppresses telomere shortening which negates the
    function that limits cell division." The virus in question is
    probably the Progenitor Virus. Spencer thought that if the virus could be
    perfected it could enable those infected to live forever. Spencer writes
    that he trusts Alex, the last of the Wesker Children (besides Albert), to
    perfect the virus. After a year or so of trying to perfect the virus, and
    testing it on thousands of test subject, the virus was ready. However, Alex
    went missing along with all the researchers, test subjects, research
    materials, and even the final virus. Spencer felt like he was betrayed again,
    writing that he "should have learned from [his] mistakes with Albert." Spencer
    writes that his buter, Patrick is his last hope in finding the virus, probably
    the reason why he had Patrick perform experiments in the Estate's basement. 
    Patrick wasn't successful in perfecting the virus, because Spencer's next
    step was to locate Albert Wesker. He ordered Patrick to find a way to tell
    Wesker of his location, without saying that it was Spencer who wanted him to
    Patrick knew of a man who was also in the employ of Ada Wong: Ricardo Irving.
    Ada was the common link between Irving and Wesker. So in some roundabout way,
    Patrick paid Irving a ridiculous amount of money to release the information
    on Spencer's location to Wesker. Since Irving had known Ada, perhaps this is
    another explanation of how Irving got Las Plagas, met Wesker, and became the
    foreman of the oil field. 
    After Patrick had done this, Spencer let him go. Patrick writes that the only
    staff left will be Spencer's security guards and the test subjects kept in the
    basement. Patrick followed his last order from Spencer and left, heartbroken.
    Along with the butler's last memoir is a list of 13 Wesker Children. Alex is
    number 12, and Albert is number 13 of course. Also of note is that there were
    a few girls involved in the Wesker Children Plan.
    Next, Chris and Jill go down into the basement. Like the Spencer Mansion in
    Raccoon City, the way to the basement is underneath the grand staircase. Jill
    comments that the basement smells. They find a cell block area with more
    corpses down there that were test subjects, as well as a few zombies who are
    starving to death. Worst of all, there is a new monster they have never
    encountered before, and there are a handful of them down there. However,
    the monster's weak spot is an eye, located on their back.
    Along the way they fall though some weak wooden boards into the catacombs
    below, and they loose all of their equipment. There is a single monster down
    there, but with no guns they have to find an alternative way to kill it and
    a way to escape.  In the catacombs, there are corpses hanging from the
    ceiling and on display in boxes as well. They find a crank and use it to raise
    one of the platforms. Raising the platform, they see that the underside has
    While one of them cranks, the other lures the monster under the platform.
    They quickly get to safety while the other lets go of the crank, dropping the
    spikes on the monster. It's an instant death and they find a shard of an
    emblem, that they use to escape.
    Getting out of the catacombs, they see they are where they would have been if
    the wooden boards hadn't collapsed. They ascend a staircase that leads to a
    hallway.  They come upon more dead security guards and Chris and Jill take
    their handguns. They ready themselves to enter the next room where they think
    Spencer is. However, they see that Wesker is already there and Spencer is dead.
    The three get into a fight, but even though there are two of them, they are no
    match for Wesker's superhuman strength and speed. Wesker throws Jill against a
    bookcase. While she is catching her breath, Wesker focuses his attention on
    Chris. Jill sees that Chris is about to be killed. She rushes Wesker and
    tackles him. They both fall out of a large window, and over a cliff. Chris is
    alive, but all alone.
    d. Desperate Escape
    After Chris and Sheva had gone after Wesker on the ship, Jill passed out. Josh
    had returned to find Chris and Sheva, but soon finds Jill on the floor. He
    gets her to come to and realizes that she is the legendary  Jill Valentine,
    one of the original eleven founders of the B.S.A.A.  Josh introduces himself
    as a captain of the West African Branch and Jill tells him that Chris and
    Sheva went after Wesker, but are long gone by now. Josh invites her to come
    with him to find Chris and Sheva, telling her that he has a helicopter waiting.
    They go through the same door that Chris and Sheva went though and see that
    the ship has left. Josh says the helicopter is waiting on the other side of
    the mountain range. 
    Along the way, Josh gets a message from a teammate and helicopter pilot named
    Doug. Josh tells him he is on the way and that he has Jill Valentine with him.
    Doug recognizes the name, Jill Valentine as well. 
    Jill remembers something about Wesker that she knows will benefit Chris and
    tells Josh that she needs to go to the communication facility. Josh says that
    the communication facility is on the way and they will stop there.  
    When they make it to the communication facility, they see that the bridge is
    out. Josh tells Doug that he will need to come to them. Jill says that there
    is a helipad on the communication facility's roof.  
    Inside the communication facility, Josh sets the frequency to match Chris'
    PDA. Jill tells Chris that Wesker's superhuman strength comes form a virus
    and gives him a tip on how he can be defeated using the serum, PG67A/W in
    excessive amounts.  However, Jill's connection to Chris gets cut off because
    the signal gets jammed, but she tells Josh that she told Chris what he needed
    to know. Next, they make their way onto the roof where Doug will pick them up.
    On the roof they are bombarded with more enemies. It takes Doug a while to
    make it to their location. At one point he says there are flying B.O.W. that
    force him to make a detour. 
    Doug finally makes it to their location. An RPG barely misses Jill and she
    gets slammed against  one of the metal containers in the area. Josh helps her
    up an carries her towards the helicopter.  Doug starts to shoot some of the
    majini and helps Jill onto the helipad. Josh and Jill get on the helicopter.
    Josh yells for Doug to hurry up. He fires a few more rounds and turns to run
    towards the helicopter, but a majini using a rocket launcher fires another RPG
    and Doug is killed. 
    Josh begins to fly the helicopter himself and tells Jill to cover for him.
    Jill grabs a nearby rifle and shoots some of the majini. She notices the
    majini that killed Doug and shoots him in the head . However, one last RPG was
    fired just a moment before the majini was shot and is headed their way. Josh
    flies the helicopter and the RPG just misses them.
    They head out to look for Chris and Sheva. Josh is more determined since Doug
    was his friend, not wanting his death to be in vain.
    e. FAQ
    Q: How did Wesker know that Uroboros wouldn't kill him?
    A: Wesker already had an experimental version of the progenitor virus that
    gave him his powers. Uroboros was created from progenitor as a base. In fact,
    Uroboros was less poisonous than progenitor because he had added Jill's
    antibodies to Uroboros so that it wouldn't be so fatal.
    Q: Was the Alex that Spencer mentions in Lost in a Nightmare the same as the
    guy who wrote the report on Project W? Was he the same as the chief researcher
    whose name was used to name the project?
    A: I believe we may be dealing with three different people here. If not three,
    then at least two. Here are a breakdown of the facts and/or speculations:
    - We only know that the chief researcher's last name was Wesker. We don't know
    his first name. Project W must have been started in the 60's. This chief
    researcher would be quite old in current times or even dead.
    - There is an Alex W. from the Umbrella Information Department. We don't know
    his last name for sure, but it is highly implied that his last name is Wesker.
    However, a Wesker Child isn't supposed to know about Project W, so it would
    be unlikly that a Wesker child would write a report on it.
    This also means that the Alex mentioned by Spencer can't possibly be the
    chief researcher.
    - The Alex that Spencer mentions is a Wesker Child; no if, ands, or buts
    about it. Not only does Spencer descibe Alex's extraordianary abilities and
    intellect, but Alex (Wesker Child 12) is mentioned next to Albert
    (Wesker Child 13) on the test subjects list.
    - The Alex W. from the Information Department and the Alex mentioned by
    Spencer are probably different people, because Alex W. seems to be an insider
    on Project W. However, the similarity in names are too close to be a coincidence
    and I could be wrong.
    8. Timeline
    Pre-1800's, but specific date unknown
    Ndipaya tribe leave their underground city for the Marshlands.
    They keep their city a secret.
    Travis Trading is founded by Thomas Travis.
    Henry Travis explores Africa. After his fifth expedition, he compiles
    a 72-volume encyclopedia called "Survey of Natural History". Henry's 
    older brother and head of Travis Trading at the time, spread rumors
    that the books were fictitious so only his company would use the 
    information to their advantage. The scientific community rejected the
    books and Henry died two years later a depressed man. One entry in
    particular may have been folklore about the Ndipaya and their ritual involving
    a flower known as "Stairway to the Sun".
    Travis Trading began to use mineral resources in Africa. They mined for
    precious metals and discovered oil and natural gas fields and began to
    develop them.
    Using Henry's books, a pharmaceutical division and a natural resources 
    development division had been firmly established. Travis Trading became the
    basis for the shipping division. These three divisions formed a conglomerate 
    called Tricell. 
    Ozwell E. Spencer hires George Trevor to design a mansion on the outskirts
    of Raccoon City.
    December 1966
    Ozwell E. Spencer, Edward Ashford, and James Marcus discover the Progenitor
    Virus in West Africa. With them is Marcus' student Brandon Bailey. The group
    had gone in search of a flower known as the "Stairway to the Sun".
    Although the flower was fatal for most people, there were a few
    who had a natural immunity to it and acquired superhuman abilities. The
    Ndipaya kings were rumored to have lived hundreds of years. Spencer had read
    about it in Henry Travis' books. They found it in the Sun Garden in the
    deepest part of ancient underground city belonging to the Ndipayas. Upon
    finding the flowers they discovered a virus inside of it and called it
    February 1967
    Marcus and Brandon brought the flowers back with them from Africa, but found
    that when they tried to cultivate them, the flowers did not contain the 
    Progenitor Virus.
    March 23, 1967
    The research had come to a standstill since they couldn't cultivate the
    Progenitor Virus from the flowers. Marcus and Brandon got into a heated
    debate on the direction of their research. It is then that Spencer tells
    them about his plans to start a company.
    November 10, 1967
    After being captured by staff at the Arklay Laboratory, Jessica Trevor is
    given Progenitor Type-A. The virus fusion was negative, and she was later
    disposed of.  Lisa Trevor is given Progenitor Type-B. Lisa slowly fuses
    with the virus and was seen as a "success".
    November 13, 1967
    George Trevor arrived at the Spencer Mansion after the mansion was completed.
    However, George knows too much and Sir Spencer plans to have him disposed of.
    George is captured, and kept in a room, attended to by men in white lab coats.
    Meanwhile, Jessica writes a letter to Lisa, telling her how the two can
    escape. Apparently, the plan never worked, because Jessica was disposed of
    shortly after.
    November 14, 1967
    Lisa writes that she feels dizzy after being given the shot. She can't find
    her mother, Jessica, and worries that she has escaped without her.
    November 15, 1967
    Lisa Trevor starts to tear off the faces of female researchers that remind her
    of her mother.
    November 17, 1967
    Lisa finds her mother's coffin in the mansion's secret underground
    passageway, but she can't open it because the chains are held by four heavy
    November 24, 1967
    George Trevor writes in his diary that he plans to escape.
    November 26, 1967
    George Trevor lost his lighter that had been a birthday gift from his wife. He
    writes that it will be difficult to get out. He remembers that one of the men
    in lab coats mentioned his family and he fears for their safety. He had
    believed that they were visiting his aunt.
    November 27, 1967
    George Trevor gets out of the room, but still has to get out of the mansion. 
    November 29, 1967
    George Trevor realizes that he can't escape the estate. He finds his wife's
    high-heeled shoe in one of the hallways.
    November 30, 1967
    George Trevor starts to go crazy. Eventually he writes that it is
    "November 31". He finds a grave stone in one of the mansion's dark tunnels
    with his name engraved on it. Shortly after, he is found and disposed of. 
    Spencer, Marcus, and Ashford establish a pharmaceutical company and name it 
    Umbrella to cover up their research in biological weapons and viruses.
    July 1968
    Edward Ashford dies after he contracts the Progenitor Virus in an accident.
    His son, Alexander Ashford takes his place as family head.
    August 19, 1968 
    James Marcus is made general manager and director of the Umbrella
    Training Facility in the Arklay mountains. His student Brandon
    returns to Africa in order to send him samples of the Progenitor Virus.
    Spencer says he plans to build a research facility on the Ndipaya's land.
    February 1969 
    Alexander Ashford designs an Umbrella facility in Antarctica. In order
    to restore honor to his family he plans the Code: Veronica project.
    June 15, 1969
    The African Research Facility is completed.
    November 1969
    The Umbrella Facility is completed in Antarctica. In the basement is
    a replica of the Spencer Mansion, where Alexander works on the Veronica
    The Code Veronica project is successful and Alfred and Alexia are
    September 2, 1977
    Albert Wesker and William Birkin join the Umbrella Training Facility.
    September 19, 1977
    James Marcus discovers that mixing leech DNA with Progenitor creates a new
    virus. he calls the new virus "t" for "tyrant".
    October 23, 1977
    Marcus decides to use humans as test subjects since he isn't making progress
    by experimenting on rodents. He uses company employees from the Training
    Facility he manages.
    January 13, 1978
    Marcus writes that the leeches are ready in his diary.
    He also informs his student Brandon Bailey that the T-Virus was a
    February 11, 1978
    Marcus plans to announce the T-Virus at the next directors meeting.
    July 29, 1978
    The Training Facility is closed down. James Marcus continues his research
    in a secret laboratory under a church behind the Training Facility.
    July 31, 1978  (Taken from Wesker's Report II)
    Wesker was eighteen years old and William Birkin was Sixteen and they had been 
    assigned to the Arklay Laboratory under the Spencer Mansion to work on the
    T-virus that had recently been announced by James Marcus. Wesker and Birkin
    were to be chief research engineers. It was on this day that Wesker first sees
    Lisa Trevor, although at this point he doesn't know who she really is, and
    apparently the researchers don't know either. By that point, Lisa Trevor had
    been experimented on for eleven years with Progenitor.
    July 27, 1981 (Taken from Wesker's Report II)
    Ten year old Alexia Ashford had become the senior researcher at the South Pole
    Laboratory. This made Birkin jealous of Alexia because now he is no longer the
    youngest researcher and because of her family line. The Ashford family was
    legendary even to the Arklay staff because Edward Ashford was one of the three 
    who had discovered the Mother Virus (Progenitor).
    Whenever research got slow Wesker's subordinates would wish that Alexia were
    around to help. This became the sad refrain of Birkin's existence; "If only
    Ms. Alexia were here." However, Wesker doesn't expect much from Alexia.
    Wesker writes that the T-virus has a 90% infection rate meaning 10% of 
    people could be infected but not develop the virus. Umbrella's founder, 
    Spencer was not satisfied with this. He wanted a virus that could infect
    everyone and wipe out an entire population. Wesker notes that he believes
    that Spencer is not looking for financial gain from creating these bioweapons,
    but something else.
    By mutating human genes with the T-virus, and then combining it with another
    animal's genetic information, most like a reptile, Birkin was able to engineer
    the Hunter, a new B.O.W. The Hunter could kill even people wearing body armor.
    Alexia Ashford injects Alexander Ashford with the Veronica Virus, but she
    is unsatisfied with the results.
    December 31, 1983 (Taken from Weskers Report II)
    Alexia goes into cryogenic sleep for 15 years so she can adapt to the
    T-Veronica virus at the South Pole facility.
    It was reported that she had infected herself by accident and had died. Wesker
    underestimates Alexia, thinking she was too young to be a researcher, and that
    she was grieving the death of her father. Wesker couldn't have been more wrong.
    Wesker wanted to get the T-Veronica sample, but Birkin was against it for
    obvious reasons. Instead Wesker waited for a better opportunity to learn more
    about Alexia's research, which he does in Code Veronica in December 1998.
    Wesker writes while deep in thought that it seems as though the Arklay Lab
    was actually constructed to spread the virus. Since the T-virus could infect
    almost any kind of life, even plants, it could be easily spread in the forest
    It didn't matter that the lab was remote and only accessible through
    Because of these thoughts Wesker wanted to find out more information about
    Spencer's intentions, but he decided to wait longer before he changed
    positions in Umbrella. He didn't want Spencer to become suspicious.
    Marcus is assassinated by Umbrella Special Forces. Birkin takes credit for his
    July 1, 1988 (Taken from Weskers's Report II)
    Birkin has a two year old daughter, Sherry. Annette Birkin, his wife also
    worked at Arklay at the time, too. Also, by that point they began research
    a more sophisticated biological weapon. The Tyrant is an advanced
    bio-weapon that takes programmed orders. However, finding a living subject to
    base the Tyrant on was nearly impossible. In general zombies and Hunters
    were the product of the T-virus, but the carrier's brain cells would decline.
    For the Tyrant, the carrier's intelligence needed to be at a certain level,
    so Birkin extracted a variant of the T-virus that would not cause so much
    damage to the carrier's brain. However, there were very few humans whose genes
    matched this variant, only one in ten million. If they could find this perfect
    match they might be able to develop another strain of the T-Virus
    that would transform more people into Tyrants. They were only able to gather a
    few specimens with a close match.
    Then Wesker learned about the Nemesis project. It was created in the French
    Laboratory. Wesker persuaded Birkin to let him obtain a sample of the Nemesis
    prototype. It was a little difficult for them to get the prototype, but
    Spencer supported the project, which made it possible. The prototype couldn't
    do anything on its own, but once it had taken control of the brain of another
    living being it demonstrated a superior aptitude for combat; The prototype
    provided the intelligence.
    Unfortunately for Wesker and Birkin, the prototype did not always settle
    in the host as they wanted. Many of the hosts died shortly after the Nemesis 
    prototype took control of their brain. Wesker decided to use Lisa
    Trevor for the experiment since she had survived all the prior experiments
    with the Mother Virus. However, when the Nemesis Prototype entered her brain
    it disappeared, and after examination she had developed something new inside
    of her. This was the beginning of the G-virus project.
    Construction begins on a large Umbrella laboratory that will be on the 
    outskirts of  Raccoon City (seen in RE2). Birkin begins research on the
    G-virus after Spencer approves it.
    Wesker transfers to the Information Department in order to research Spencer's
    Umbrella gives financial assistance towards refurbishing City Hall and building
    a hospital.
    Birkin transfers to the underground laboratory.
    He still visits Arklay regularly.
    Alfred Ashford graduates from a British university and is made director of
    the Antarctic Facility. He also becomes the Commander of Rockfort Island.
    December 1993
    The Training Facility for anti-B.O.W. squad members is built on Rockfort
    John from the Chicago Laboratory is transffered to the Arklay Laboratory.
    He would be the new chief researcher. John reported to his
    superiors about the cruelty going on at Arklay, which caused quite a stir even
    in the Information Bureau where Wesker now worked. Everyone thought
    John might leak information.
    Alfred has the private residence and prison built on Rockfort Island.
    At eight years old, Sheva Alomar's parents are killed during an a bioweapons
    test at Umbrella Plant 57. To cover up the experiment Umbrella had the Plant,
    along with the town destroyed with the help of the local government. After
    running away from her uncle's house Sheva winds up being raised by guerilla
    fighters that teach her to hate the government.
    July 31, 1995 (Taken from Wesker's Report II)
    Somehow Lisa Trevor was able to co-exist with all the viruses she was given.
    She had evolved internally for 21 years, which allowed her to accept the
    Nemesis parasite.
    Wesker had been with the Information Bureau for four years, but he still
    could not figure out Spencer's motives. By that time, Spencer no longer
    came to the Arklay Laboratory.
    Lisa Trevor began to peel the faces off of women researches and wear them
    over her own face. She had done this before when she was originally
    given the Mother Virus. Lisa Trevor did this to three different researchers,
    so her termination was ordered. They monitored Lisa's vital signs for three
    days, and they though she was dead, so she was disposed of at some
    undisclosed location.
    Raccoon City gets it's own S.T.A.R.S branch.  Wesker becomes the
    captain. Jill Valentine is transferred to Raccoon City from a different
    S.T.A.R.S branch at some point in time.
    HUNK attends training on Rockfort Island.
    May 11, 1998
    At around 5am, an outbreak occurred at the Arklay laboratory. Many of the
    researchers and other employees there became infected with the T-virus. The
    Queen Leech, acting as James Marcus caused this outbreak. Right after the
    outbreak, a researcher went crazy and flooded the Aqua Ring. The staff are
    told to wear protective suits, but it does them no good.
    May 12, 1998
    The Keeper starts to feel itchy.
    May 13, 1998
    The Keeper goes to the infirmary to have his back looked at. He writes that it
    is swollen and itchy. He is told he doesn't need to wear the protective suit
    May 14, 1998
    The Keeper notices that some of the dogs he was in charge of have escaped.
    May 15, 1998
    Plant 42 is growing at an "amazing rate" since the outbreak.
    A Researcher ties to escape the Arklay Spencer Estate, but gets shot in the
    May 16, 1998
    The Keeper writes that he is "sweating all the time now" and feels itchy. He
    "scratched the swelling on [his] arm and a piece of rotten flesh just dropped
    May 19, 1998
    The Keeper starts to become delirious. He eats dog food.
    May 20, 1998 Around 10PM
    A 20 year old woman's body is found mutilated near the Marble River.
    It is determined that she was attacked in the Arklay Mountains, and fell
    into the river.
    May 21, 1998
    Henry Sarton, an Arklay researcher writes a report on Plant 42. Meanwhile,
    The Keeper writes that he killed Scott from security and ate him. It seems as
    though Scott was infected with the T-virus as well.
    June 3, 1998
    Martin Crackhorn writes a final letter to his significant other, Alma before
    killing himself because he is infected.
    June 8th, 1998
    Arklay researcher, John writes a final letter to his girlfriend Ada Wong.
    June 22, 1998
    A researcher and his colleague have survived up until this point, but the
    colleague starts to show symptoms of the T-virus and the researcher kills him
    and leaves him in one of the cabin's bathrooms. He writes a suicide note and
    hangs himself in the adjacent bedroom.
    July 22, 1998
    Wesker is ordered by Umbrella to:
    1. "Lure the S.T.A.R.S. to the estate, and obtain B.O.W.'s raw combat
    data against S.T.A.R.S.
    2. Collect two embryos of each mutated specimens as samples, excluding
    the Tyrant. Dispose of the Tyrant.
    3. Ensure complete disposal of the Arklay Laboratory including all personnel
    and test animals, disguise their deaths as an accident. 
    However, Wesker has plans to betray Umbrella by joining a rival organization.
    He plans to do this by getting the Tyrant's combat data to give to the
    July 23, 1998 Night - July 24, 1998 Morning
    The events of RE0
    July 24, 1998 Night -July 25, 1998 Morning
    The events of RE
    July 29, 1998
    The manager of the disposal plant, aka the dead factory writes that the
    number of bodies to be disposed of has become far too many, and that
    the virus has mutated, and some of the workers are infected.
    August 1998
    Jill’s wounds have healed but she writes that her emotional
    scars have not. She writes that Chris is becoming withdrawn.
    August 15th 
    Chris invites Jill over to his apartment to show her a G-virus
    research report. Chris had been researching Umbrella and Chief
    Irons since the Mansion Incident ended.
    August 21, 1998
    William Birkin tells the sewer manager that the police and media have
    began their investigation on Umbrella. The investigation was city 
    August 24th
    Chris left for Europe. Barry planned to send his family to
    Canada while he went with Chris. Jill decided to stay to keep
    an eye on the research facility in Raccoon City (Birkin’s lab),
    but plans to join Chris and Barry in a month. However, her plans
    are slightly delayed by the events of RE3 that take place in late
    September 10, 1998
    The Hospital Director writes that patients are displaying symptoms
    of the T-virus.
    September 23, 1998
    Chief Irons writes that the streets will soon be infested with zombies.
    William Birkin's secret lab was infiltrated around this time and
    he injected the G-virus and killed Hunk's team. Brian Irons relocated all the
    weapons to scattered intervals throughout the police station. Chief Irons did
    this intentionally to cause further Chaos.
    September 24, 1998
    Irons makes sure that all escape routes from inside the police station have
    been cut off. However, he apparently forgets to cut off the escape route
    though the sewer; at least four survivors escape through the sewers in the
    early morning hours of the 28th.
    September 26, 1998
    Irons decides to kills off survivors in the police station himself. 
    Raccoon City is placed under Marshal law. The U.B.C.S. begin their mission.
    September 28, 1998
    Jill decides to try to escape Raccoon City. First part of Resident Evil 3.
    September 29, 1998  Night - September 30, Morning 1998
    Resident Evil 2 takes place
    October 1, 1998
    Second half of Resident Evil 3. The US Government takes action and
    Raccoon City is destroyed by a missile.
    October 7, 1998
    City leaders of Sheena Island including Vincent gathered together for a meeting
    on the destruction of Raccoon City. Everyone blamed William Birkin for betraying
    October 9, 1998
    While Umbrella employees are disturbed over the rumors of Raccoon City
    and security isn't as tight, the imprisoned teens on Sheena Island make
    plans to escape.
    October 10, 1998 11PM
    Escape attempt by teenage guinea pigs. The teenagers were shot by
    Vincent and then covered up as a mass suicide by the prison chief, who
    was too afraid to tell the truth to Umbrella because of Commander Vincent.
    October 20, 1998
    Prison Chief gets reply from Umbrella HQ. The prison chief had lied about
    Vincent killing the guinea pigs and instead reported that they had committed
    suicide. HQ isn't suspicious of Vincent and prepares to gather more guinea
    pigs. The prison chief regrets writing the fake report.
    November 7, 1998
    Around this time, Ark Thompson sneaks into Sheena Island to investigate.
    He pretends to be Vincent to gather information. Lott notices Ark and
    knows he isn't the real Vincent. Lott then tells the real Vincent that
    Ark is a spy.
    November 8, 1998
    Around this time people who oppose Vincent begin to gather information
    intending to report him to Umbrella Headquarters.
    November 9, 1998
    Ark visits Andy, the sewer caretaker, while pretending to be Vincent.
    Also in the room is Lott who is continuing to spy on Ark.
    November 16, 1998
    The African Research Facility is closed down.
    November 19, 1998
    People on Sheena Island are preparing to hand in the prosecution report
    on Vincent. They plan to hand it in when Umbrella delivers the new guinea
    pigs in following week. Vincent is so angry he plans to get revenge and
    to stop them from handing in the report. The citizens had wiretapped
    Vincent's phone conversations. On the phone, Vincent had admitted to
    shooting the guinea pigs and covering it up. He also admitted to killing a
    colleague to get promoted.
    November 22, 1998
    Vincent spreads the t-virus around Sheena Island to stop the prosecution
    report from getting out. He plans to return to Umbrella HQ to get promoted.
    November 23, 1998
    Zombies and B.O.W.s are everywhere on Sheena Island.
    November 24, 1998
    Lott's parents become zombies. Lott learns form a survivor that Vincent
    is responsible for the outbreak. Lott plans to escape the city with his
    sister, Lily. 
    On or shortly after this date, Vincent confronts Ark while Ark is looking
    around his office. The two get into a fight that leads to Ark trying to get
    away in a helicopter. The helicopter crashes. Vincent is knocked unconscious.
    Ark loses his memory. The events of Resident Evil Survivor takes place.
    December 17, 1998
    Claire is caught in Paris and sent to Rockfort Island.
    December 27, 1998
    The events of Resident Evil:Code Veronica
    At 15, Sheva is approached by a man who asks for her help in stopping
    the guerilla fighters from obtaining bioweapons from Umbrella in order
    to overthrow the local African government. The man directs her to meet
    a U.S. government official. The man from the U.S. government asks her
    to help them apprehend a representative from Umbrella. She agreed
    to help. Three days later the special forces arrived and arrested the
    Umbrella representative.
    (The man in the suit became Sheva's legal guardian and moved her to the
    United States. After attending a University some years later, her guardian
    suggests that she join the B.S.A.A. After eight months of training under
    Josh Stone she was selected to become an agent; the same position as Chris
    The events of Operation Javier.
    Krauser fakes his death and joins Wesker
    The events of Resident Evil: Dead Aim
    It is around this time that Wesker meets Excella Gionne, a relative of the
    Travis family and begins to share with her all the viruses he has collected.
    This helps her move up in the ranks of Tricell's pharmaceutical division, in
    particular the bioweapons division.
    The events of the Russian incident
    Fall 2004
    Krauser kidnaps Ashley Graham in order to gain Saddler's trust in order to try
    to obtain the Sample Saddler developed.
    The events of Resident Evil 4
    The events of Resident Evil Degeneration
    September, 2006 (estimated)
    Spencer instructs his butler, Patrick to get Wesker to come to him.
    Patrick finds Irving and pays him to release information to Wesker
    regarding the whereabouts of Spencer.
    September 23, 2006
    Chris and Jill infiltrate the Spencer Estate. Spencer is killed by
    Wesker. Jill and Wesker fall out the window and over a cliff.
    November 23, 2006
    Jill is declared dead by the B.S.A.A. However, Wesker and Jill had survived
    the fall.
    2006 - 2009
    At some point Wesker had taken Spencer's journal from his estate and read
    about the secret African Research Facility. He learns from the journal that 
    only those with a level 10 clearance from Umbrella know where the facility
    is. He tracks down one of the remaining living people, a Carlos M. (no
    relation to RE3's Carlos Oliveira) and forces him to tell him the location of
    the African Research Facility that has long been abandoned by Umbrella.
    Carlos M. is disposed of. Around this time Wesker suggests that Excella
    take over Tricell's African Branch as CEO. Her first order was to reopen and
    restore the old Umbrella African Research Facility. The Uroboros project
    is then started using the progenitor flowers grown outside of the facility.
    Wesker placed Jill in a cryogenic sleep to be of use to him later. While
    in cryogenic sleep the T-virus reactivated itself inside of her. The
    cure she had been given by Carlos was suppose to have gotten rid of
    the virus, but it had instead become dormant. Shortly after the virus
    reactivated it disappeared, but left Jill will antibodies to the virus.
    Wesker used these antibodies to his advantage. He was developing a new
    virus called Uroboros from the Progenitor flower. Wesker used Jill's
    antibodies against the T-virus in order to make Uroboros less poisonous. 
    Let's not forget the one thing that the T-virus and Uroboros have in 
    common is Progenitor. Wesker was able to perfect the Uroboros Virus thanks
    to Jill.
    Further testing of Progenitor yielded a chemical called P30. P30 gave
    people superhuman strength and abilities like Progenitor. It also made
    individuals easy to control. Research into Las Plagas and P30 was
    carried out at the same time, but P30's effect was only temporary.
    Wesker decided to test the effects of frequent administration of P30
    by attaching a device to Jill's chest that would continuously give her
    doses of the drug. The secondary reason for this was to make Jill follow his
    December 23, 2008 (Experience Kijuju blog)
    Kijuju's first documented signs that something is wrong. Animal carcasses
    start appearing and the people start acting strangely. Soon posters and
    graffiti start appearing on walls as well.
    January 23, 2009 (Experience Kijuju blog)
    Things start to get really bad in Kijuju. The man in sunglasses start holding
    violent public assemblies. Eventually the scaffolding is built and they
    hold executions.
    February 20, 2009 (Experience Kijuju blog)
    The army arrives and builds a wall around kijuju to quarantine the area.
    March 6, 2009 - March 8, 2009
    The events of RE5
    9. References and Credits
    - A special Thanks to Paul Birch aka News Bot, the administrator of Project
    Umbrella and his staff: The Founder, Krispy, Chimera, Neptune, El Bastardo,
    Mr. Spencer, BioTech, Welsh, and Alexia Ashford for letting me use Project
    Umbrella as a resource. Project Umbrella has been a major help in providing
    Japanese translations and access to supplemental material.
    - Prime Blue's B.S.A.A. desktop translation (also available on Project
    Umbrella's site)
    - Experience Kijuju blog - http://kijuju.blogspot.com/
    - Yasuhiro Seto's Talking Evil blog - http://www.capcom-fc.com/re_dc/
    - Thanks to Capcom for creating Resident Evil
    - Another special thanks to my husband for helping me with some gun and
    vehicle terminology.
    - Resident Evil Director's Cut game and manual
    - Resident Evil (Gamecube) game and manual
    - Resident Evil 0 game and manual
    - Resident Evil 2 game and manual
    - Resident Evil 3 game and manual
    - Resident Evil Survivor game and manual
    - Resident Evil Code: Veronica X game and manual
    - Resident Evil Dead Aim game and manual
    - Resident Evil: Outbreak game and manual
    - Resident Evil: Outbreak file 2 game and manual
    - Resident Evil: Umbrella Chronicles game and manual
    - Resident Evil: Darkside Chronicles game and manual
    - Resident Evil 4 game and manual
    - Resident Evil Degeneration
    - Resident Evil 5 game and manual
    - Wesker's Report
    - Wesker's Report II
    Books and strategy guides that helped:
    - Resident Evil Archives book (2005)
    by BradyGAMES
    - Resident Evil 2: Prima's Unauthorized Game Secrets guide (1997)
    By Kip Ward
    - Resident Evil 3 strategy guide (Prima's official Strategy Guide, 1999)
    By Mark Androvich
    - Biohazard CODE: Veronica Kanzenban Kaitaishinsho 
    (translation provided by projectumbrella.net )
    - Resident Evil 5 (The Complete Official Guide, Collectors Edition)

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