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Further notes
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In the 2002 remake, the Yawn starts out with an HP value of 3000, increasing to 4000 in the second encounter. This is in comparison to Chris' and Jill's HP values of 1400 and 960, respectively.

In the Nintendo DS version of Resident Evil, a second Yawn is discovered upon returning to Point 42 (formerly occupied by Plant 42), this second one having developed hardened scales. In all versions, if the player gets bitten by Yawn, the only way to heal is by using the serum. Unfortunately, blue herbs don't work against its poison.

In Resident Evil: The Umbrella Chronicles, Yawn is fought in the Nightmare 2 chapter by Rebecca Chambers and Richard Aiken, and as the final boss of the Mansion Incident 1 chapter by Jill Valentine and Chris Redfield. The attic battle is omitted; the battle will always take place in the library. Both battles are exactly the same, except Yawn will chase Jill and Chris up onto the balcony, while in Rebecca and Richard's battle the Yawn will slither up to the balcony itself and attack you from above.

Movesets

The Yawn is capable of only two moves in the 1996 original game.

Note: All names for the 1996 original are provided by the Inside of BIO-HAZARD guide.[1]

1996 original

Move Damage Description/Notes
Biting (噛みつき Kamitsuki?) 10 Has a chance of poisoning the player.
Swallowing from the head (頭から飲み込む Atama kara nomikomu?) Instant Death The Yawn will devour the character when their health is below 25.

2002 remake

The Yawn is capable of three moves in the 2002 remake.

Note: All names in the remake are provided by the biohazard Kaitai Shinsho guide.[2]

Move Damage Description/Notes
Biting (かみつき Kamitsuki-maki?) First encounter: 200
Second encounter: 300
Wrapping and swallowing (巻きつけ飲みこみ Maki tsuke nomikomi?) Instant death
Downward thrust (突き落とす Tsukiotosu?) 150

Weapon guide

1996 original

Note: All stats are provided by the biohazard Kaitai Shinsho guide.[3]

Weapon Damage (1st encounter) Number of ammunition/uses (ditto) Damage (2nd encounter) Number of ammunition/uses (ditto)
Combat Knife 20 13 20 15
Beretta 30 9 30 10
Shotgun 40 7 40 8
Colt Python N/A N/A 40 8
Bazooka 80 4 80 4
Bazooka (Flame) 50 5 50 6
Bazooka (Acid) 130 2 130 3
Rocket Launcher 900 1 900 1
Flamethrower N/A N/A N/A N/A

2002 remake

Note: All stats are provided by the biohazard Kaitai Shinsho guide.[4]

Weapon Damage Number of ammunition/uses
Survival Knife (Chris's) 150 20-53
Survival Knife (Jill's) 91 33-87
Handgun 180 (Critical hit: 400) 16-172
Samurai Edge 300 (Critical hit: 400) 10-102
Shotgun 500 6-64
Assault Shotgun 550 6-58
Grenade Launcher (Grenade) Direct hit: 800
Blast: 400
4-79
Grenade Launcher (Acid) Direct hit: 1500
Blast: 400
3-32
Grenade Launcher (Explosive) Direct hit: 500
Blast: 400
6-79
Magnum Revolver 400 10-79
Self Defense Gun 1000 3-32
Barry's 44 Magnum 9999 1-4
Flamethrower N/A N/A
Infinite Rocket Launcher Direct hit: 9999
Blast: 400
1-40
Dagger N/A N/A
Flash Grenade N/A N/A
Stun Gun N/A N/A

Bibliography

Sources

  1. Takeo (ed.), Inside of BIO-HAZARD, p.138.
  2. Hamamura (ed.), Kaitai Shinsho, p.077.
  3. Hamamura (ed.), Kaitai Shinsho, p.139.
  4. Hamamura (ed.), Kaitai Shinsho, p.097.

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