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The West terrace (西テラス Nishi terasu?)[1] is an area of the Spencer Mansion. The area was not featured in the 1996 original Resident Evil.


It is a balcony passage that connects the entrance hall to the second floor west staircase. The glass from the dining hall can be seen from here. There's a garden located at the midway of the passage.


The west terrace can be entered through the 2F west staircase either using the Old Key (Chris's scenario) / Lockpick (Jill's scenario) since the entry from the entrance hall is locked from the other side. There are green herbs that were grown on the passage, that can be used to restore health.

According to the memo that was found inside the mansion, an object was hidden within a dog collar, which is put on one of the mansion's guard dogs that used to hang around this area. To summon the guard dogs, player can use the whistle. At some point, two cerberus will jump onto the balcony passage, one is equip with the dog collar. Player must kill cerberus before obtaining the collar.

A coin can be found from the by examining it from the Inventory Screen. Next, player can examine the coin where it will form the shape of the armor key.

This key can be replace with the Armor Key inside the statue corridor.

Before leaving the west terrace either using the door to the 2F west staircase or entrance hall, the player will be given the option whether to discard the dog whistle.


Location Localization Original Script
Glass window A stained-glass window. The pattern in the center resembles a witch.
The door to the entrance hall You've unlocked it.
Green herbs

There are green herbs growing here.

(Healthy) You don't need to use them now.

(Caution/Danger) But there's only enough for a few uses. Use them? Yes / No

You treated your wounds.





  1. Hamamura (ed.), Kaitai Shinsho, p.361.

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