The Carla Spores were bizarre manifestations of Carla Radames (and therefore Ada Wong) after she had infected herself with the C-Virus. Appearing identical to the "real" Carla shortly after infection, they represented Carla's growing mental instability. These Spores were used by Carla to confront Ada Wong in a more personal manner, as opposed to using her increasingly-dehumanized body.
If Ada gets too close, the spores will attack with a spray that can cause knockback.
The larger spores are invincible save nitrogen gas attacks, and the smaller spores are easily some of the most resilient creatures in the game--the player can expend their entire stock of ammo on one spore and it still won't die. There is almost no point in defeating them, as they can be easily avoided and are not worth the trouble.However, if the player is set on killing them, or in dire need of ammunition (the spores usually do not drop skill points), the player must concentrate attacks on each extremity, first the head, then each arm, and finally the legs to open the remains of the spore up for a melee, which will usually kill them. Crossbow shots will usually take out the arms and head in one or two hits each depending on the difficulty.
- ↑ Capcom. Resident Evil 6. (Capcom Co., Ltd.). File: Unlimited Transformation.
- ↑ Capcom. Resident Evil 6. (Capcom Co., Ltd.). Level/area: Ada Chapter 4.