Bio I'm a Resident Evil collector specialising in Japanese books containing hard-to-find interviews and extra story notes not in the games. I'm also a fan of classic '80s horror franchises such as Friday the 13th and Halloween.
Ok so, I have noticed I have been a major issue to your Wikis and I would like to apolgize for my mistakes. I am usally very tired unfortunately, so I owe you an apology along with Wiki Communities I have been involved with.
-sincerely, a tired, depressed and idiot Wiki Editor.
P.S. I'm glad someone can manage my favorite Video Game Franchise Wiki.
Blurryrock wrote: What about this tyrant creature? Does anyone what that is?
That is the Clan Master version of the NE-Beta Tyrant from Operation Raccoon City's DLC. The first picture is the Clan Master version of the synthetic Plaga in Damnation when it bursts from a Ganado's head.
So ı asked this question on a post before but ı want to ask it here as well. How can simmons switch back to his human form without killing himself ? I mean steve did this before but he killed himself in the process. Thanks in advance.
You deleted my addition regarding Joseph being a former member of Bravo. This is word-for-word from the Resident Evil manual: "Previous member of S.T.A.R.S. Bravo Team, and already stationed in Raccoon City, Joseph was recently promoted to serve as vehicle specialist for Alpha Team."
The English language manual is notorious for making up biographies that the writing team for the games had no say in (doesn’t the manual also claim STARS is a national crime agency with various branches and the cast have recently been moved there?). But since I know now for sure it’s from the manual I can check the Japanese one and see what that says.
The manual was independently written by Capcom USA staff rather than the Japanese writing team, and makes claims about the cast that isn't backed up at all by any Capcom games. It has a number of contradictions, so it appears there was no communication/proof reading at all, so it's best to be taken as non-canon For instance:
1. Chris and Barry are long established as having been in the same Air Force unit together. The manual instead implies they met after he was kicked out.
2. Barry's Air Force career isn't acknowledged, instead saying he was with SWAT.
3. Bravo Team isn't subordinate to Alpha Team. There's two teams because they work on a rota system so everyone gets half the week off.
4. Chris' and Jill's manual claims he was re-assigned to Raccoon City from elsewhere by S.T.A.R.S. - there is no S.T.A.R.S. branch outside Raccoon City.
5. Since there is no other S.T.A.R.S. branch and no subordinate team, Enrico's entire bio makes no sense.
6. The manual consistently refers to S.T.A.R.S. as 'Squad' when in Japan in 1996 it is 'Service'.
I'm really not interested in getting into a fight over this shit. So fine, you win. Congrats. I'm just here to edit articles about my fave game. Have a good day and, please, stay the Hell away from any other articles I edit. I don't need any more drama. 188.8.131.52 00:52, January 28, 2018 (UTC)
184.108.40.206 wrote: Why umbrella killed Dr William birkins??
Because he was creating G virus ???
Birkin was shot cause of a mistake, a falling mug made it seem like he was attacking them. He probably was going to die at some point for his betrayal, but at that point Umbrella just wanted to secure the G-virus for themselves.
Birkin wanted to gain more power within Umbrella, but they didn't care about him. They just wanted the G-virus, since it was supposed to create a superior human species (a.k.a. G-human), and Oswell Spencer (Umbrella's owner) wanted exactly that: create a superior race of men. Umbrella would obviously do whatever was necessary to obtain the G-Virus, even if Birkin's death was necessary.
Just like Spencer used Umbrella as a tool to get money for his eugenics project, Birkin started seeing Umbrella as a tool that allowed him to create the G-Virus. He also knew they weren't useful for him anymore. At that stage of development, the G-Virus could be finished without them.
Birkin then decided to sell it to the American government in exchange for protection, but Umbrella discovered his intentions and Christine Henry (a powerful Umbrella member and director of the French laboratory) sent HUNK and other member of of the USS Alpha Team to recover one or more G-Virus samples by "any means necessary" and retrieve them to Loire Village, France. Since Umbrella sent their men before the American army came, Birkin was defenseless, but pointed his gun at the USS agents, forcing one of them to shoot him, although HUNK stopped him so he wouldn't end up destroying the sample.
It's not uncommon over the past few decades for people to have a shortened name in their birth certificate. I've seen my fair shares of Beckys and Joes who weren't Rebeccas and Josephs. But really, though, we've never had an official usage of 'Christopher Redfield' that was written by Capcom's Japanese team - it always turns out to be either a translator changing the wording or a non-canon script done by a foreign team. Chris even signs his signatures just as 'Chris', so even in the Lore he doesn't consider himself Christopher.