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Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_1'); })Resident Evil (known in Japan as Biohazard) is a Survival Horror and science fiction video game series. It has since branched off to become a media franchise consisting of comic books, novelizations, a live-action film series, and a variety of collectibles (including action figures, strategy guides, and publications). Developed by Capcom and produced by Shinji Mikami up until 2005, the series has sold 83 million copies as of 2019.The premise of the original Resident Evil was that the Umbrella Corporation was conducting sinister experiments in a mansion outside of the "Midwestern" town of Raccoon City, and a team of SWAT-like police called the Special Tactics and Rescue Service, or S.T.A.R.S., stumbles onto it in an investigation of several cannibalistic murders. Further games expanded on this premise, and it has since become one of the most successful action-horror games series of all time in addition to coining the term survival horror. This also includes two CGI films, Degeneration and Damnation, set in the same universe as the games. The latest installment, Resident Evil: Village, is scheduled to be released sometime in 2021 on the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, and PC.Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_2'); })The live-action movie franchise starring Milla Jovovich was also moderately successful; it spawned six movies, with the last one, The Final Chapter, released in 2017.The following is a list of game titles in the series, ordered by their year of release and platforms they were released on.The main series is comprised of: Resident Evil (1996, PS1) Ported to Sega Saturn and PC in 1997. Re-released for PS1 as Resident Evil: Director's Cut in 1997. Ported to Nintendo DS as Resident Evil: Deadly Silence in 2006. Remade for the Nintendo GameCube as Resident Evil in 2002. Ported to Wii as Resident Evil Archives: Resident Evil in 2009. Ported to PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in 2014. Ported to PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC in 2015. Ported to Nintendo Switch in 2019 Resident Evil 2 (1998, PS1) Re-released for PS1 as Resident Evil 2: Dual Shock Version in 1998.Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_3'); }) Ported to PC, Sega Dreamcast and Nintendo 64 in 1999. Ported to GameCube in 2003. Remade for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC in 2019. Resident Evil 3: Nemesis (1999, PS1) Ported to PC and Dreamcast in 2000. Ported to GameCube in 2003. Remade for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC in 2020. note Includes multiplayer component Resident Evil Resistance Resident Evil – Code: Veronica (2000, Dreamcast) Ported to PS2 as Resident Evil – Code: Veronica X in 2001. Ported to GameCube in 2003. Ported to PS3 and Xbox 360 in 2011. Resident Evil 0 (2002, GCN) Ported to Wii as Resident Evil Archives: Resident Evil 0 in 2008. Ported to PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PC in 2016. Ported to Nintendo Switch in 2019 Resident Evil 4 (2005, GCN) Ported to PS2 in 2005. Ported to PC and Wii in 2007. Ported to PS3 and Xbox 360 in 2011. Re-released for PC in 2014 as Resident Evil 4: Ultimate HD Edition Ported to PS4 and Xbox One in 2016. Ported to Nintendo Switch in 2019 Resident Evil 5 (2009, PS3/Xbox 360/PC) Re-released for PS3 and Xbox 360 as Resident Evil 5: Gold Edition in 2010. Ported to PS4 and Xbox One in 2016. Ported to Nintendo Switch in 2019 Resident Evil: Revelations (2012, Nintendo 3DS) Ported to PC, PS3, Xbox 360 and Wii U in 2013, and Nintendo Switch in 2017. Resident Evil 6 (2012, PS3/Xbox 360/PC) Ported to PS4 and Xbox One in 2016. Ported to Nintendo Switch in 2019. Resident Evil: Revelations 2 (2015, PC, PS3/Xbox 360/Xbox One/PS4/Vita) Ported to Nintendo Switch in 2017. Resident Evil 7: Biohazard (2017, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Windows PC) Resident Evil: Village (2021, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, Windows PC)Spinoffs include: Resident Evil: Survivor (2000, PS1) Resident Evil: Survivor 2 – Code: Veronica (2001, AC/PS2) Resident Evil: Dead Aim (2003, PS2) Resident Evil Gaiden (2002, GBC) Resident Evil: Outbreak (2003, PS2) Resident Evil Outbreak File #2 (2004, PS2) Resident Evil: The Umbrella Chronicles (2007, Wii) Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles (2010, Wii) Resident Evil Chronicles HD Collection (2012, PS3) Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D (2011, 3DS) Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City (2012, PS3/Xbox 360/PC) Umbrella Corps (2016, PS4/PC)Comic books from DC's Wildstorm imprint include Resident Evil: The Official Comic Magazine (1998-1999) - An anthology magazine. Resident Evil: Fire and Ice (2000-2001) Resident Evil CODE:Veronica (2002) - An American localization of the BIOHAZARD CODE:Veronica manhua. Resident Evil (2008-2011)The live-action film series includes the following films: Resident Evil (2002) Resident Evil: Apocalypse (2004) Resident Evil: Extinction (2007) Resident Evil: Afterlife (2010) Resident Evil: Retribution (2012) Resident Evil: The Final Chapter (2017)There is also a straight-to-video CGI movie series, which are set in the continuity of the games: Resident Evil: Degeneration (2008) Resident Evil: Damnation (2012) Resident Evil: Vendetta (2017)Some prequel manga have also been made, some of which is canon according to Capcom. Biohazard Umbrella Chronicles: Prelude to the Fall (2007) Resident Evil: The Marhawa Desire (2012-2013) Resident Evil: Heavenly Island (2015-2017) Resident Evil - A series of novelizations written by S.D. Perry for the first five games (RE-1-3, Code: Veronica and Zero), with two original novels set around the events of RE2. The Umbrella Conspiracy, a novelization of Resident Evil. Caliban Cove, an original novel set after the first game starring Rebecca Chambers. City of the Dead, a novelization of Resident Evil 2. Underworld, another original novel set after Resident Evil 2 starring Rebecca, Leon and Claire. Nemesis, a novelization of Resident Evil 3. Code: Veronica, a novelization of the eponymous game. Zero Hour, a novelization of Resident Evil 0. Resident Evil (2020-): A TV series being produced by Netflix.Tabletop games include: Resident Evil Deck Building Game (2010) Resident Evil 2: The Board Game (2019) Resident Evil 3: The Board Game (2021)A stage play and a musical were launched in Japan in 2015 and 2016, respectively, which are canon according to Capcom. Biohazard: The Stage Musical BiohazardOther media tie-ins include a number of manhuanote All of them set within alternative universes eventually, radio dramas and mobile phone games.The chronological order of the series goes as follows: Resident Evil 0 - July 23, 1998 Resident Evil: Umbrella Chronicles - During the finale of Resident Evil 0 on July 23, 1998 (the Beginnings scenario) Resident Evil: Umbrella Chronicles - The night between July 23rd and 24th (the Nightmare scenario) Resident Evil - July 24, 1998 Resident Evil: Umbrella Chronicles - After the events of Resident Evil on July 24, 1998 (the Rebirth scenario) Resident Evil Outbreak - September 20-October 1, 1998note Both, the original Outbreak and File #2, consists of five scenarios each, spanning the entire downfall of Raccoon City as depicted in RE2 and RE3. There's no concrete canon regarding how each of these scenarios transpired due to their mostly self-contained nature. Resident Evil 3: Nemesis - September 28, 1998 (first half) Resident Evil 2 - September 29-30, 1998 Resident Evil 3: Nemesis - October 1, 1998 (second half) Resident Evil: Survivor - November 1998 Resident Evil Code: Veronica - December 1998 Resident Evil: Darkside Chronicles - Summer 2002 (the events of Operation Javier) Resident Evil: Dead Aim - September 2002 Biohazard Umbrella Chronicles: Prelude to the Fall - 2003 (just before the events of Operation T-A.L.O.S.) Resident Evil: Umbrella Chronicles - February 18, 2003 (the events of Operation T-A.L.O.S.) Resident Evil 4 - Autumn 2004 Resident Evil: Revelations - Summer 2004 (Terragrigia Panic), 2005 (main story) Resident Evil: Degeneration - November 2005 Resident Evil 5 - August 2006 (Lost in Nightmares), March 2009 (main story and Desperate Escape) Biohazard: The Stage - August 2010 Resident Evil: Revelations 2 - 2011 Resident Evil: Damnation - February 2011 Resident Evil: The Marhawa Desire - Sometime in 2012 before 6. Resident Evil 6 - December 2012 (first two chapters of Jake's campaign and Chapter 2 of Chris' campaign), July 2013 (rest of the story) Umbrella Corps - 2012 to 2013 (Experiment Mode), 2016 (Multiplayer Mode) Resident Evil: Heavenly Island - 2014 Resident Evil: Vendetta - Sometime between 2013 and 2017, presumably 2016. Resident Evil 7: Biohazard - October 2014 (Old Videotape and Daughters), June 2017 (Derelict House Footage, Bedroom, Nightmare, 21, and Happy Birthday), July 2017 (main story and Not a Hero) and August 2017 (End of Zoe). Resident Evil: VillageThe new Character Sheet is here.
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And Then John Was a Zombie
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And Then John Was a Zombie: A staple in the series.
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Anyone Can Die: In a shower of shocking gore. If they are really lucky, they'll stay dead, because if not...
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No Celebrities Were Harmed
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No Celebrities Were Harmed: Many of the characters bear an uncanny likeness to various celebrities. Ink-Suit Actor: Though likely unintentional, Claire bears a more-than-passing resemblance to Alyson Court, her voice actress. Same deal with Irving. Jill's likeness is that of model/actress Julia Voth.
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Gatling Good
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Gatling Good: A few of the games let you get your mitts on a huge gatling gun.
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Chinese Girl: Ada Wong and Fong Ling.
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Abnormal Ammo: Gas, acid, flame and freeze rounds for grenade launchers.
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Although the Resident in later games could likely also be referencing the residents of the cities and towns they take place in, especially the local Card Carrying Villains and their willing subordinates.
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Does This Remind You of Anything?
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Does This Remind You of Anything?: The main healing item in all the games is "green herbs." Which, when mixed together, are resting as a fine powder on a sheet of rolling paper. This is actually a pretty common method of preparing traditional herbal medicine in Eastern cultures (the games were made by the Japanese, after all), but in America, it comes off like someone over at Capcom is a fan of The Grateful Dead.
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Technically Living Zombie: The Ganados and Majini, as well as some of the T-Virus affected monsters, but not the zombies themselves, who are explicitly described as having died.
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Never Split The Party: In those games where you're either escorting someone or have a partner, it's generally in your best interest to stay close together. Whenever the plot separates you, it's generally so it can throw a really big monster at one character. Subverted in Resident Evil 0 in which you are separated quite a few times, but many times it's only to solve puzzles that require you being separated. As well as you can leave your partner anywhere, anytime, but you may get a call from him/her saying they're having trouble with monsters, in which you have to race back to where you left him/her and help them.
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Genre Shift: From 1996 to 2002, the series was a horror-puzzle franchise that featured massive conspiracies, with each installation raising more questions than it answered, and spawning a weird and insular but highly dedicated fan community. Beginning with RE4, and more strongly with RE5, the series is a deliberate blend of action and horror, with some games and scenarios tilting more toward the action end of the spectrum than the other. This has simultaneously fractured and vastly expanded the online fan community.
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All There in the Manual
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All There in the Manual: A lot of supplemental info can be gleaned from the manuals, novels, and other associated media.
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Full-Frontal Assault: Lickers, Regenerators, Iron Maidens, and Bloodshots are stark naked. And mean. The zombies at the end of any of the first five games. They are always tougher and bite harder. Most Tyrants, with the exception of pre-mutation Mr. X, Nemesis, the Ivans, and Thanatos. Deborah from 6. Alexia's clothing burns off when she transforms, with vine-like growths covering her naughty bits.
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Gone Horribly Right
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Gone Horribly Right: Pretty much every game until 4 involved a disaster that was caused by one or more of the Umbrella Corporation's many bioweapons R&D program working too well and going out of their control, and in at least two instances one of the researchers on said program(s) went crazy and ultimately instigated the disaster (whether intentionally or unintentionally).
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Say My Name
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Say My Name: Pretty much all of the series. "LEON! HELP!" "ADA!" "BIRKIN!" "ALEXIA!" "JILL!" "BARRY!" "CLAIRE!" "SHEVA!" "CHRIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIISSSSSSSS!" "WESKER!" And so on.
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Multiple Endings: Most of the games have this in some form, though Outbreak and File #2 take the cake with more than 20 possible endings each.
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The Virus
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The Virus: Several viruses, but only the T and G viruses and Las Plagas are The Virus in the trope sense.
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Legitimate Businessmen's Social Club
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Legitimate Businessmen's Social Club: The Umbrella Corporation is this full stop. Posing as a pharmaceutical company, they really deal with bio-organic weapons. Notably their pharmaceutical work is actually more profitable than their illegal dealings and some members of the group, like co-founder Edward Ashford and his son Alexander Ashford, wanted to stick strictly to pharmaceutical work. It's ultimately revealed the company's CEO Ozwell E. Spencer is an Evilutionary Biologist with serious A God Am I tendencies, and he couldn't care less about all the money Umbrella makes unless it's being used to push him toward his goal.
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Stripperiffic: Most of the female characters' alternate outfits. The male characters get in on this action: in Outbreak File #2, Resident Evil 5, Resident Evil 6, and Revelations, you can unlock alternate outfits for various characters that are pretty suggestive. Chris seems to get the most of this action.
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Primal Fear: Darkness, death, monsters, being trapped (with or without something trying to kill you), being eaten alive, being hunted/chased, etc.
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Notice This: Oftentimes, your character will look at objects that could need picking up. Or enemies in the room. Anything else sparkles or is a hidden item. Starting with 4 this is used to help point out nearby offscreen enemies.
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Good Is Not Soft: Most of the playable characters would qualify: they are either good decent people who just happen to be badass and are in law enforcement or the military, or normal people who are an example of Rousseau Was Right and fully capable of surviving an outbreak, the main exceptions would be Ada (having a large role in 4, morally ambiguous and Good Is Not Soft) and Alex who starts out as a mercenary.
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Iconic Sequel Character: Nemesis first appeared in Resident Evil 3 and has gone on to make an appearance as a main antagonist in Resident Evil: Apocalypse and as a playable character in Marvel vs. Capcom 3.
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The Connections in Resident Evil 7: Biohazard
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Everybody's Dead, Dave
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Everybody's Dead, Dave: Happens to HUNK a lot. To quote the chopper pilot: "Once again, only you survived, Mr. Death." In Chronicles, he abandons squadmates for his own gain.
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Aborted Arc
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Aborted Arc: The epilogues in RE3 implied that nearly every main character was going to join forces to stop Umbrella. The only real thing to come out of this was Claire and Chris reuniting in Code: Veronica and Leon becoming a government agent in RE4. The rest? Chris and Jill reunite offscreen, Barry's and HUNK's roles in the series were reduced to minigame cameos (until the former's return in Revelations 2), Ada Wong still used the same name and identity in subsequent appearances, Sherry is left unmentioned for the course of the entire franchise up until Resident Evil 6 where her so-awaited reunion with Claire is revealed to have happened long ago offscreen and is only briefly explained in a file, and Umbrella goes down offscreen from the stock market after Albert Wesker exposes their crimes against humanity to the public. This is expanded on somewhat with Chris, Jill, and Wesker in the final scenario of The Umbrella Chronicles. The Stinger for Revelations shows that Raymond and Jessica are working for the GPC and seems to hint there will be another game expanding on their roles and what they plan to do with the T-Abyss sample but nothing has been brought up about the virus or the characters since then. Revelations 2 not being a direct sequel only makes things worse.
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Only Sane Man
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Only Sane Man: Edward Ashford was the only one of the original founders of Umbrella who actually wanted to use the Progenitor Virus for legitimate medical research to benefit humanity. His son and his grandchildren make up for his lack of batshit insanity in spades.
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Spiritual Successor
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Spiritual Successor: To the Japan-only Capcom RPG Sweet Home, one of the very first Survival Horror games. Dead Rising was originally an attempt to make a Resident Evil style game that used the full capabilities of the then-new seventh generation consoles, particularly for large environments with hordes of zombies.
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No Flow in CGI: The original games were pretty bad at this. Claire's ponytail was pretty much the only concession that things attached moved differently.
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Bilingual Bonus
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Bilingual Bonus: The 4th, 5th, and 6th games all feature enemies conversing in other languages, without subtitles to clue players in. As such, anyone that understands the language gets something extra.
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Easter Egg
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Easter Egg: Examine Wesker's desk 50 times in RE2 to find a reel of film containing a picture of Rebecca in a basketball outfit.
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Revolvers Are Just Better
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Revolvers Are Just Better: Revolvers are usually among the strongest weapons in the games.
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Plot Armor
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Plot Armor: No matter how many times the heroes are grabbed and bitten by zombies, they just walk it off with no infections to speak of. Especially insane in RE6 with a monster that unleashes toxic gas that turns anyone who inhales it into a zombie. To Leon and Helena, it only lowers health, or puts them into reduced bleedout at worst, even if the thing literally breathes that gas down their throats. There are multiple justifications, though, mostly meta.
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Master of Unlocking
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Master of Unlocking: Trope namer. Typically, the female PC has a set of lockpicks as a special item to explain why she can get into places the male PC can't.
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Arrange Mode
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Arrange Mode: This trope is a staple of the early re-releases and ports of the games, altering the locations of items and enemies (and occasionally going further - for example, a medallion necessary for progression in the first title, normally found in one piece, is split in halves that must be assembled in the Arrange Mode.) Resident Evil: Deadly Silence includes the Rebirth mode, which rearranges enemy placements, moves key items around, and includes puzzles that utilize the DS touchscreen and microphone. The Nintendo 64 port of Resident Evil 2 has an exclusive randomizer mode that randomizes ammo and health item types every playthrough. The essence of this mode also appears in the Madhouse difficulty from Resident Evil 7, which, much like its predecessors, reshuffles the locations of items and enemies throughout the Baker residence. However, Madhouse also reduces the amount of items the player is given and introduces cassette tapes as items, serving a similar function to ink ribbons from the first three titles.
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Artifact Title
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Artifact Title: Not the original Biohazard title, but the localized English name of Resident Evil. As the very first title took place within a mansion, "resident" makes sense within the context of the game, though this gradually loses its meaning as the later releases are mostly set in increasingly open outdoor areas, and not somebody's actual home. While actual manor houses and castles do pop up every now and then, most prominently in RECV, 4 and 5's Lost in Nightmares DLC, these are mostly set pieces rather than the entire encompassing setting of their respective games. It was not until the release of 7 that the setting was moved back inside an actual residence again. Although the Resident in later games could likely also be referencing the residents of the cities and towns they take place in, especially the local Card Carrying Villains and their willing subordinates. Averted with the series' Japanese titles of Biohazard. Biohazard means a biological outbreak, which is usually what causes the zombie outbreak in each game.
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Awesome, but Impractical
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Awesome, but Impractical: Several weapons in the franchise fall into this category, usually combining high damage with a slow firing rate or awkward controls.
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Tank Controls
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Tank Controls: A main aspect of the series in early games. Rather than having the character moved in accordance to the their position on the screen, pressing the d-pad upwards moves the player character towards his or her current direction, down moves him or her backwards, and left or right rotates the character. This was seen as a necessity due to the early games' use of fixed camera angles. RE4 alleviated this by adopting its behind the character camera, while RE5 and onward featured now standardized dual analog controls
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Daddy's Little Villain
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Maria Gomez in Resident Evil: Vendetta
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Ghost Ship
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Ghost Ship: The Starlight from Gaiden, the Spencer Rain from Dead Aim, and the Queen Zenobia from Revelations.
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Chivalrous Pervert
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Chivalrous Pervert: Leon's a funny case in that he definitely has the chivalry going on and engages in some joking flirtation, but aside from the one time he kissed Ada when he thought she was dying, he never actually makes a move.
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Black Market
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Black Market: After the suspension of its business license in the aftermath of the Raccoon City Destruction Incident, the Umbrella Corporation illegally sold its viral agents and other assets to various interested parties (i.e. other pharmaceutical companies, criminals, insurgents, terrorists) to keep the company afloat in the face of gradual bankruptcy. Despite the dissolution of Umbrella following the conclusion of the Raccoon Trials, the bioweapon black market became an important part of the global illegal arms trade. Javier Hidalgo, Svetlana Belikova, Derek C. Simmons and other personages have all acquired weaponized viruses through this black market. In particular, people such as Albert Wesker and Glenn Arias became major players of the global bioweapon trade, continually researching and selling bioweapon agents. Before its shutdown, the pharmaceutical company TRICELL Inc. had deep connections to the bioweapon black market, having purchased the t-Virus, the t-Veronica virus and Las Plagas parasites from Wesker, acquired the G-Virus through the purchase of WilPharma assets and acquired the t-Abyss virus through its spies Raymond Vester and Jessica Sherawat. After Tricell's shutdown, its assets eventually drifted into the general black market, with people such as Glenn Arias acquiring them for their own use. Story-wise, this nebulous black market is an In-Universe reason why the various deadly viruses and parasites of Resident Evil continue to survive despite the death or defeat of their creators, enabling the game writers to re-use old ideas to some extent if necessary. Also In-Universe, the black market will never be truly dissolved because its customers and sponsors are among the most powerful people in the world of Resident Evil and there will be no shortage of desperate, greedy and power-hungry people to replace those who die or get arrested, ensuring that the stories of Resident Evil will endure.
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Mad Scientist
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Mad Scientist: William and Annette Birkin, Albert Wesker, the Ashfords, and James Marcus. The underlings are either extremely wary (they have no choice — they're usually locked into what facility they're in) or kept in the dark about things. With a side of Mad Scientist's Beautiful Daughter from the adult Sherry.
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Bioweapon Beast
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Bioweapon Beast: The majority of enemies encountered in the franchise, besides the zombies. The most iconic are the Hunters and the Lickers, but each game provides some unique horror engineered by Umbrella.
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Rule of Sexy
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Rule of Sexy: Most of the characters' outfits, particularly their alternate ones.
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OnceAnEpisode
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Once an Episode: Just about every final boss has been finished off with a rocket launcher. The whole setting of the story is destroyed by a gigantic explosion, 9 times out of 10 caused by a Self-Destruct Mechanism. There's always a crank that must be used in order to progress. Gets lampshaded by Chris in the Lost in Nightmare scenario for Resident Evil 5 where he wonders why Spencer has a fetish for cranks. Almost anyone who is a helicopter pilot won't survive for long. In the classic line (1, 2, 3, and Code Veronica), there's always naked zombies in the labs. Without fail, if he has a coat Leon WILL lose it fairly early in the story. Resident Eviiilll
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Ruder and Cruder
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Ruder and Cruder: Resident Evil 7 and Resident Evil: Revelations 2 are notable for significantly increasing casual swearing and strong expletives compared to the previous games in the series. The remakes of Resident Evil 2 and Resident Evil 3 contain much stronger language than the original games, which were surprisingly mild on the swearing front despite the heavy violence.
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Former Regime Personnel
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Nicholai Ginovief's canonical survival in Resident Evil 3: Nemesis; this gets even more muddied up in the Resident Evil 3 (Remake) which leaves it ambiguous whether he survived, and further adds that he is actually working for another unknown client against Umbrella
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Boss Arena Idiocy
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Overlaps with Boss Arena Idiocy in 5.
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Psychopathic Manchild
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Psychopathic Manchild: Ramon Salazar in 4 is most likely about four feet tall with the proportions of a child, though he claims to be twenty. And is he psychopathic? Oh, yes. For an equally strong example in more frame of mind alone, Code: Veronica has the Ashford Twins, though one of them has an excuse. Their house is full of dolls, music boxes, and more, along with Alfred's fits of immaturity. Lisa Trevor is an alternate version of this; she's an adult, and is wearing the skin of some of her victims as a shroud, but mentally she's a very young child desperately looking for her mother.
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Recurring Boss
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Recurring Boss: Many games feature a pursuer-type character that keeps popping up to chase you throughout the game, often in an unscripted manner. Examples include Mr.X and Nemesis from 2 and 3, Lisa Trevor and Zombie Forest from REMake, Rachel from Revelations, Ustanak from 6, and Jack Baker from 7.
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Surprisingly Easy Mini-Quest
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Surprisingly Easy Mini-Quest: Portions where you're controlling a side or sub character usually fall into this.
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Research, Inc.
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Research, Inc.: The Umbrella Corporation and TRICELL, which were both into Pharmaceutical R&D.
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Captain Obvious
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Captain Obvious: Barry Burton, Ingrid Hunnigan. The franchise in general has lots, especially in the older main series entries. One of many examples: "A lockpick. I can unlock the simple locks with this." when examining the lockpick in Resident Evil 2.
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Sunglasses at Night
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Sunglasses at Night: Wesker always wears sunglasses, even during night missions. Not that this impairs his ability to shoot a zombie dog out of midair with a single bullet. At range. In the middle of the night. Later, he also uses them to hide the effects of his bio-enhancements, which turn his eyes a reddish-golden color. Overlaps with Boss Arena Idiocy in 5.
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Bittersweet Ending
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Bittersweet Ending: Every. Single. Game. Some games focus more on this aspect than others, but every single entry in the franchise revolves around the protagonists barely surviving a disaster by the skin of their teeth. The heroes may have survived, but everyone else unfortunate enough to be caught up in the event is dead or worse, entire towns have been destroyed, and the global threat of bio-terrorism remains.
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Mysterious Waif
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Mysterious Waif: Lucia from Gaiden.
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Title Scream
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Resident Eviiilll
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Actionized Sequel
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Actionized Sequel: The clearest example is RE4, but even RE2 had more of an emphasis on fighting than the first. RE1 gave players very little ammunition to deal with enemies, forcing players to pick their battles. RE2 on the other hand, gives you a whole lot more, to the point you could probably kill everything in the game and still have ammo left over.
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Dropped a Bridge on Him
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Dropped a Bridge on Him: Helicopter pilots have notoriously low life expectancies in this series. The longest one has lived is two chapters. In particular, someone on Nemesis's design team really had it in for Brad. Even before that, he was a zombie in 2 (but only encountered under special circumstances), which proves that Capcom hated him so much, it took two games to tell the entire story of his gruesome fate,
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type
Game Mod
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_45bf382b
comment
Game Mod: In RE2 and RE3, a GameShark could be used to swap around playable character models. Try running through the whole game as Tofu or completing 4th Survivor or Extreme Battle modes as Sherry. Play magazine was rather excited about a rumor you could play as Rebecca in RE2, thanks to a glitch with the station gate. Can't be done without a GameShark. Or PC reskin mods. The PC ports of RE4 and RE5 have also developed quite a large modding community, mostly based on reskins and new models, but also occasionally new missions or Mercenaries stages.
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_45bf382b
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 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_464dd7cc
type
The Unfought
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_464dd7cc
comment
The Unfought: Albert Wesker is this until RE5. In the first game, he either gets apparently killed by the Tyrant's claw or by a Chimera in the lab's power room, only to come back in RE:CV. In all of the subsequent games, he is often mentioned and/or appears, implying he's the one setting up the events, but is never fought proper. Chris eventually gets back at him at the end of 5.
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 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_469e3e2f
type
In-Universe
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_469e3e2f
comment
Story-wise, this nebulous black market is an In-Universe reason why the various deadly viruses and parasites of Resident Evil continue to survive despite the death or defeat of their creators, enabling the game writers to re-use old ideas to some extent if necessary. Also In-Universe, the black market will never be truly dissolved because its customers and sponsors are among the most powerful people in the world of Resident Evil and there will be no shortage of desperate, greedy and power-hungry people to replace those who die or get arrested, ensuring that the stories of Resident Evil will endure.
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type
Fixed Camera
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_47bbacb4
comment
Fixed Camera: The original PS1 trilogy, REmake, and Zero all featured pre-rendered backdrops with fixed camera angles, while Code: Veronica featured real-time 3D environments with a moving camera that follows the player around (similar to the original Dino Crisis). This changed in RE4, naturally, when the series became more action-oriented.
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_47bbacb4
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Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_47bbacb4
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_48081842
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The Stinger
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comment
The Stinger for Revelations shows that Raymond and Jessica are working for the GPC and seems to hint there will be another game expanding on their roles and what they plan to do with the T-Abyss sample but nothing has been brought up about the virus or the characters since then. Revelations 2 not being a direct sequel only makes things worse.
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 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_49d18492
type
Scenery Gorn
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_49d18492
comment
Scenery Gorn: A given, since it's survival horror.
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_49d18492
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 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_49daf5af
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Maker of Monsters
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_49daf5af
comment
Maker of Monsters: The Umbrella Corporation is responsible for creating Bio Organic Weapons, animals and humans transformed into monstrous beasts. Some of their products include Cerberus, highly aggressive mutated dogs; the Hunters, hulking reptilian humanoids; and human-derived monsters such s the Lickers and the Tyrant, in addition to manufacturing different viruses such as the T and G strains which are used to create the monsters.
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Gory Discretion Shot
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Gory Discretion Shot: Averted most of the time, until RE5.
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Personal Space Invader
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comment
Personal Space Invader: Just about any game in the series have creatures with a grapple attack that they pull on the characters if they get too close. While somewhat limited to mostly Zombies in the original games, the sequels have greatly expanded this list. The Ganados and Majini are good examples.
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Humans Are the Real Monsters
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_4ac8b81f
comment
Humans Are the Real Monsters: A common theme throughout the series, most of the monsters that are encountered are victims of human greed, lust for power or delusions of grandeur.
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Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_4ac8b81f
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_4afa0e25
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Bio Punk
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comment
Bio Punk: The whole series is about biotechnology gone wrong, with first three games centered around a man-made Zombie Apocalypse engineered by Mega-Corp turned terrorist group Umbrella Corporation, a couple games that have mind control parasites as the true main villains, another zombie plague in the sixth game and a Festering Fungus in the seventh. And there's genetically-engineered Super Soldiers throughout, too.
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_4afa0e25
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Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_4afa0e25
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President Evil
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_4c554daf
comment
President Evil: From a parody featured on The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy, involving recurring character Hoss Delgado fighting zombified presidents.
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It's the Only Way to Be Sure
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_4dcfdb68
comment
It's the Only Way to Be Sure: Every Umbrella facility has a handy self-destruct device. Also, the government bombs Raccoon City into powder to stop the T-Virus from spreading.
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_4dcfdb68
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 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_4ea822ce
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Songs in the Key of Lock
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comment
Songs in the Key of Lock: Moonlight Sonata. The clock tower music box.
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_4ea822ce
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Body Horror
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comment
Body Horror: One of the major sources of horror in the franchise, with viruses and surgeries transforming people into horrific monsters.
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Pre-Mortem One-Liner
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Pre-Mortem One-Liner: Usually reserved for the final boss of each game.
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Unresolved Sexual Tension
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comment
Unresolved Sexual Tension: The franchise has a tendency towards considerable Ship Tease between its partnered male and female protagonists, but nothing ever seems to be resolved between them. Barry Burton and Ethan Winters hold the honor of being the only protagonists in the entire franchise to have wives, while everyone else seems incapable of actually hooking up. The worst offenders are definitely Chris and Jill, Leon and Ada, and Jake and Sherry.
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Elite Zombie
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comment
The victims of the C-Virus from Resident Evil 6 can either become zombies when exposed to the airborne form of the toxin, which are fundamentally identical to the classic zombie strain, or they can become J'avo, which are an Elite Zombie and a Technically Living Zombie.
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_52cd5b94
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Empowered Badass Normal
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comment
Empowered Badass Normal: Wesker, starting with Code: Veronica. He is shown performing moves akin to those seen in The Matrix, up to and including dodging bullets. RE6 features a pair, in the form of Wesker's Heroic Bastard son, Jake Muller (super strength) and Sherry Birkin (healing factor).
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 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_546e23f6
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Evilutionary Biologist
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Evilutionary Biologist: Any scientist appearing in the franchise is sure to be one, since viral weaponry and monsters are the primary focus.
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 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_54bb502b
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Nobody Poops
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comment
Nobody Poops: Toilets appear to be very scarce in Raccoon City. An issue of the British publication NGC Magazine handwaved this saying that the citizens of Raccoon had evolved beyond such base needs, as well as lampshading said trope by saying, "And can you blame them? Everytime you nip off for a quick dump there's always a bleedin' zombie in the bath." The guardhouse in the original had several apartments, each with a fully equipped bathroom (again including zombies). Reasonable if the guardhouse is a modern addition. In the Umbrella Chronicles Raccoon's Destruction scenario 2, you wade through a subway and visit several bathrooms. Again, they're full of zombies.
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_54bb502b
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Zombie Gait
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comment
Zombie Gait: A majority of the standard zombies in each entry walk very slowly, and T-virus victims even move with arms in pointed in front. This trope gets subverted in advanced mutations that make zombies move faster than usual.
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_55172a70
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Clown-Car Grave
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_55bcb669
comment
Clown-Car Grave: Zombies will sometimes respawn in areas where there is no place for them to have come from. This is especially notorious as some rooms they will respawn infinitely every time you enter, but you have limited ammo.
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_55bcb669
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Plot Device
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_5650223c
comment
Plot Device: Throughout the Resident Evil franchise, viruses and parasites old and new continue to survive and cause untold devastation because the global bio-weapons Black Market will always have the appropriate assets for sale off-screen, no questions asked!
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_5650223c
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Hate Plague
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comment
Hate Plague: Las Plagas, which also turns the entire society into Bee People. Why do you think Ashley was kidnapped in the first place?
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Renaissance Man
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comment
Renaissance Man: Just look at the backstory of any main character from the first game. Especially Wesker.
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 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_597dc052
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What Happened to Mommy?
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comment
What Happened to Mommy?: The deceased mother of Lisa Trevor in the remake of the first Resident Evil, as well as William in RE2. This is also Sheva's motivation for joining the BSAA in 5.
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_597dc052
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Not His Sled
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comment
Not His Sled: The entire point of Arrange Mode in 1 and 2, and Madhouse Difficulty in 7, all of which rearrange the positions of weapons, enemy spawns and even Plot Coupons in an attempt to keep you on your toes for a second playthrough.
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Hellish Pupils
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_5a4ae281
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Hellish Pupils: Wesker's cat eyes are the first sign of his self-imposed infection kicking in.
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_5a4ae281
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 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_5c3c800f
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The Immune
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Its also interesting to note, that 10% of the world's total population have a natural immunity to the various strains of the Progenitor Virus, even if directly exposed. One can assume this is the reason your in-game characters do not get infected from being bitten.
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Roar Before Beating
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_5c65fc1a
comment
Roar Before Beating: The larger monsters (such as zombie elephants, Gigantes, G-Virus larvae, and other loveable pets) do this. Hunters also shriek before doing their one-hit kill move.
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_5c65fc1a
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The Mountains of Illinois
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Raccoon City is stated as being in the Midwest, but the presence of high mountains makes this very unlikely. Fanon places the city in either Colorado or Pennsylvania, the only mountainous states that can be described as being remotely Midwestern, and the latter being where the novelizations placed it. There's also a fan theory that places the city in southern Missouri, which would make the "Arklay Mountains" part of the Ozarks.
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Just Friends
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Just Friends: Jill and Chris.
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Save-Game Limits
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Save-Game Limits / Save Token: Typewriter ribbons. Justified Trope as part of the player character's personal Apocalyptic Log. Lampshaded by Jill Valentine's verbal situation report when starting or restoring a game. A sitrep that ends with "I'm still...alive..." in a wondering tone complete with dramatic echo.
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Conveniently an Orphan
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_5e260ea6
comment
Conveniently an Orphan: Chris, Claire, Leon, and Sheva fall under this according to novels and guidebooks, with Jill also possibly qualifying (we don't know what happened to her dad). This, of course, leaves them free to go save the world. No indications are given of Ada's parentage, but judging by her choice in occupation, they're likely either estranged or dead. With Jake, it is a major character trait. In fact, the only characters in the entire series with at least one confirmed parent are Ashley, Steve, Sherry, and the multiple generations of Ashfords (Capcom felt the need to give them an entire family tree).
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_5e260ea6
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The Casanova
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The Casanova: Luis and Carlos at least talk a good game.
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Late-Arrival Spoiler
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Late-Arrival Spoiler: The games have been released, re-released and remade for over twenty years now, and there is no guarantee that new players have played them in order of original release, so this trope is increasingly likely to happen.
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_5f3bb274
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type
Zombie Apocalypse
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comment
Zombie Apocalypse: A very rare Averted Trope in a Zombie story in the games. Zombies are an ongoing issue the world deals with, that destroy the occasional area, but the world has not ended. The films fulfill this trope by the third movie.
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Sequel Hook
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comment
The franchise has many instances of Sequel Hook where a Greater-Scope Villain lurks or a side villain escapes scot-free. None of these instances have ever been followed up on. These include: Nicholai Ginovief's canonical survival in Resident Evil 3: Nemesis; this gets even more muddied up in the Resident Evil 3 (Remake) which leaves it ambiguous whether he survived, and further adds that he is actually working for another unknown client against Umbrella Jessica Sherawat in Resident Evil: Revelations Alex Wesker taking over Natalia's mind in both of the endings of Resident Evil: Revelations 2 The Family in Resident Evil 6 Maria Gomez in Resident Evil: Vendetta The Connections in Resident Evil 7: Biohazard
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Gameplay and Story Segregation
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Gameplay and Story Segregation: Zombies can't shamble through doors you open if they trigger a scene transition, but are shown in a cutscene to be capable of opening gates with enough effort. Subverted later on when they do in fact have a chance of ambushing you from the other side of a transitioning door once you go to open it, and later on with Crimson Heads, which follow you through doors until you manage to kill them. In later games (Outbreak), they do follow you through doors, but require some effort. A player can slow things down by holding the door or barricading it, but it'll open. Though averted in the original game. After encountering the first zombie and running to Barry, the door she came through is closed, but the zombie opens it and comes through. This was fixed in the R Emake, in which in her haste Jill left the door open. In RE2, there's an exception to this. Opening one particular door in a usually-safe savepoint room results in two zombies moving into the room. Afterward, if you try and open that same door again, Leon or Claire will refuse, saying it's too dangerous out there. And then there's Mr. X, who won't follow you through doors, but does knock down two walls to get to you. Also of note is the zombies themselves. In the PSX games at least, the cutscenes show them to be almost completely impervious to bullets, shambling quickly towards their prey regardless of the dozens of bullets going into them. In the actual game, the zombies are much slower and easier to kill. Also, the cutscenes show the main characters taking the zombies out with just one or two bullets. This combines Plot Armor and Almost Lethal Weapons. And in regards to the zombies (namely, the T-virus zombies, as it is explicitly said that the T-virus spreads through bites and contaminated fluids), no matter how many times your player character gets chewed on by them, they will never turn into zombies themselves. The changing rate from human to zombie is also inconsistent — in the opening of 2, a truck driver is bitten by a zombie and is shown to have zombified fairly quickly (you can see him as a zombie as his truck is driving towards the car Leon and Claire are in), while both Marvin Branagh and Jill in the third game spend at least a few days with the T-virus in them — Jill gets vaccinated in time by Carlos, and while Marvin is not so lucky, he doesn't turn into a zombie until the A scenario is roughly half over. This issue is partially averted in the Outbreak games, as all of the player characters begin the game infected with the T-Virus. Being bitten or scratched by any zombie will accelerate your virus gauge. Simply put, a player that is constantly being hit by enemies will die and return as a zombie much faster than one that stays out of danger.
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Plot Hole
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Plot Hole: Quarantining Raccoon City, to keep the virus inside its walls. Makes sense, until the moment you realize. "What about the crows infected with the T-Virus? Who are free to fly outside of the city at any time." Unless they put a giant dome over the city, the virus should have spread across the entire midwest. Kinda justified with Raccoon City being mostly in the middle of nowhere and the infected crows focusing more on eating the survivors and zombies in the city, rather than flying away somewhere. Also the introduction of an antidote to the virus makes that less of an issue in general; the crows usually aren't going to kill someone who can get away from them.
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Brain Monster
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Brain Monster: The Lickers are T-Virus zombies which have mutated further and have had their brain extend out of their cranium. Despite the (relative) boost in intelligence, they also become more bestial; crawling on all fours and attacking based on sound with an elongated tongue.
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Game-Breaking Injury
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Game-Breaking Injury: RE2 was the first game to begin having the heroes' body language reflect their remaining health. If they took too much damage, then they would start limping and not move as fast as they normally do. If you were low on health and had to run away from a group of zombies or a huge boss, then you were in for a rough night. At 1/4 health in RE5, you go into the "Dying" status and have to have your partner resuscitate you, while at 1/2 health, you're limping and holding in your guts. Particularly powerful attacks can knock you flat on your back in Revelations, rendering you vulnerable and only able to shoot right in front of you with your pistol. You have to hammer Y in order to pick yourself back up.
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BadassNormal
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Badass Normal: A staple of the series, which features ordinary humans capable of taking on super-powered weapons
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Heroic Sacrifice
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Heroic Sacrifice: Done on four separate occasions: In Resident Evil 3: Nemesis, Mikhail sacrifices himself to save Jill and Carlos. In Resident Evil – Code: Veronica, Steve sacrifices himself for Claire. In Resident Evil 5, Jill sacrifices herself to save Chris. It didn't quite take, because neither she or Wesker died. And Sheva attempts to sacrifice herself to save everyone from Wesker. Chris stopped her because he was thinking of what happened to Jill. If you can trigger the special sequence during the final battle, Sheva holds back from shooting at Wesker because it would hit Chris as well. Chris says to do it anyway, but Sheva instead takes out her knife and goes to town. In Resident Evil 6, Piers sacrifices himself, injecting himself with the C-virus, to save Chris and defeat the Haos.
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Tentacle Rope
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Tentacle Rope: In the remake of the first game and Code: Veronica.
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Implacable Man
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Implacable Man: Most bosses, but Nemesis, Mr. X, Lisa Trevor, and Wesker are the most famous.
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Progressively Prettier
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comment
Progressively Prettier: Inverted with the majority of the original cast. Chris, Jill, Barry, Leon, and Claire have all aged over the course of the two decades-old franchise. They're all still attractive, but in the manner you would expect from someone that is middle-aged.
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Company Town
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Company Town: Raccoon City was controlled by Umbrella.
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Virus Misnomer
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Virus Misnomer: Most viruses, but the T-Virus takes the cake.
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Canon Welding
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Canon Welding: Subverted. Ultimate Marvel VS Capcom 3 implies that Phenotrans (the evil zombie making corporation from Dead Rising) is a subsidiary of Umbrella. Though UMVC3's sole reason to exist is fanservice, and was never meant to be taken seriously as actual canon for either series.
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And Your Reward Is Clothes
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And Your Reward Is Clothes: Another staple in the series.
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Meaningful Name
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Meaningful Name: What kind of animal is famous for spreading, by bite, a disease that makes the afflicted animals become violent and crazy? Raccoons.
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TakeTheThirdOption
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If you can trigger the special sequence during the final battle, Sheva holds back from shooting at Wesker because it would hit Chris as well. Chris says to do it anyway, but Sheva instead takes out her knife and goes to town.
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Iconic Outfit
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Iconic Outfit: There are several characters in the franchise that have well remembered outfits. Leon Kennedy's RPD Uniform in Resident Evil 2. Claire Redfield's Pink Vest, shorts and black cycling skinsuit that were cut off at the arms and legs also in Resident Evil 2. Jill Valentine's Blue tube top and black mini skirt with brown combat boots in Resident Evil 3. Claire's Red vest, black crop top, blue jeans, brown shoes and pink choker in Resident Evil – Code: Veronica. Chris' Green STARS uniform also in Resident Evil Code Veronica.
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Video Game Remake
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Video Game Remake: A Gamecube remake of the original in 2002.
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Man-Eating Plant
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Man-Eating Plant: The Ivy plant and Plant 42, the latter of which ate several researchers before anyone noticed. Really goes to show just how much Umbrella really cares about its work force.
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Swiss Cheese Security
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Swiss Cheese Security: In the games that feature the Raccoon City outbreak, it's said the city was placed under a military-enforced quarantine. Apart from one cutscene in the Outbreak games, we never see said quarantine and people and helicopters regularly are able to enter and leave the city without being stopped.
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Just Eat Him
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Just Eat Him: Several of the monsters, particularly those of the giant-animal type, will do exactly this as a finisher.
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Put on a Bus
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Put on a Bus: Several characters: Rebecca Chambers had, in canon, escaped from the mansion with the rest of the team in Resident Evil, but has not made any future appearances in the storyline (other than being playable in a mini-game for Resident Evil 5) within the story and is never even talked about at all by the other characters who survived with her. She was the star of her own game, albeit a canon "prequel", but it was still made much later in the series. She does make a canon comeback in Biohazard: The Stage, as well as being a main character in the upcoming Resident Evil: Vendetta CGI film. Barry Burton, another survivor from the first game, hasn't come back at all other than helping Jill and Carlos escape from Raccoon City at the end of Resident Evil 3. Like Rebecca, Barry also appeared in the Mercenaries mini-game for Resident Evil 5. However, he's one of the main characters of Resident Evil: Revelations 2. Nicolai, who, through Word of God, manages to escape after killing all of his teammates so that he can be the sole survivor and hand Umbrella information for money in Resident Evil 3, has only made a further canon appearance in Outbreak's "Decisions, Decisons" scenario, as well as a non-canon appearance in Operation Raccoon City. Sheva Alomar from Resident Evil 5 isn't seen or heard from ever again, and Chris, who came back for Resident Evil 6, doesn't mention her at all. Carlos, who only made an appearance in Nemesis, escapes from the city with Jill and Barry, but nothing explains what happened to him after the aftermath. There's no epilogue made for him either. Billy Coen still hasn't returned, despite being one of the more badass main characters in the series. But then again, he earned his happy ending.
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Arbitrary Gun Power
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Arbitrary Gun Power: Ever since the first game, a magnum handgun has more stopping power than an assault rifle, and an old RPG-7 (always with warheads that aren't even implied to be armor-piercing) trump absolutely everything else in lethality, even a Kill Sat. In 6, the Desert Eagle and S&W Model 500 pack more firepower than a .50 BMG Anti-Materiel Rifle!
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Combat Tentacles
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comment
Combat Tentacles: Loads of bosses, but Villager and Soldier Ganados take the cake; their Plagas often manifests itself as a tentacled brain with a huge scythe tentacle. Nemesis also had tentacles, but he only used them as a finishing move until his coat gets burned off, then he used them all the time. Uroboros monsters are nothing but combat tentacles.
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Healing Herb
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comment
Healing Herb: A staple in the series, and they can be mixed together for stronger effects. Green recovers health, blue cures poison, and red cannot be used by itself, but it can be mixed with a green herb to make it stronger. Resident Evil 4 also uses yellow herbs, which extends your life meter. It's never explicitly stated how the herbs are used, though Resident Evil 5 makes the herbs be applied to the body like a spray can and Resident Evil 6 compresses herbs into easy-to-swallow tablets.
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Lovecraftian Superpower
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Lovecraftian Superpower: Even those human (or formerly human) villains who do go outright One-Winged Angel with mutation will generally have strange claws or Combat Tentacles.
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Boss in Mook Clothing
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Boss in Mook Clothing: Hunters and Lickers in the first few games, chainsaw wielders in 4 and 5. RE5 has the Licker Betas. Super long reach, essentially one hit kills, very fast draining of health.
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_7b7965dd
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Raising the Steaks
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Raising the Steaks: Zombie dogs are the most iconic, but there are also zombie bats and crows, for a start. Outbreak File 2 actually had a level taking place at a Zoo, leading to zombie hyenas, lions, and an Elephant.
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And Now for Someone Completely Different
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And Now for Someone Completely Different: Used in every game of the main series until 5 threw in co-op gameplay. You'll take control of the player character's partner at some point to have them assist by finding items or solving puzzles for them.
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Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever
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Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: Some animals are zombified by the T-Virus, but others just get really big. Examples include spiders, centipedes, scorpions, sharks, and crocodiles.
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_7ccd3698
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Who You Gonna Call?
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comment
Who You Gonna Call?: STARS in RE1, then the entire RPD after STARS was disbanded in RE2. BSAA in RE5. There's also STRATCOM in Dead Aim.
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Dating Catwoman
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Dating Catwoman: Ada and Leon.
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Reckless Gun Usage
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Reckless Gun Usage: Early games had this in droves, though the most recent examples (Degeneration and Resident Evil 5) have an almost obsessive focus on Gun Safety in the cutscenes. In-game, however, the characters do run with their guns down and safe, until you hold the button which readies them.
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Off with His Head!
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comment
Off with His Head!: Many clawed creatures and bosses will do this as a finisher, depending on the game. Earlier games tend to feature it, while later installments reserve decapitations for zombies (Code: Veronica, though, didn't even have that). For example, one of Rebecca's possible deaths in the original Resident Evil was to have her head cut off by a Hunter; the REmake version of the scene is instead a Shadow Discretion Shot, and the Hunter just cuts her throat. Both 4 and 5, though, have heads falling off or exploding left, right, and center. Humourously, in 4, if Leon looks up Ashley's dress while climbing, she'll call him a pervert; this is flagged so that she'll still say this if Leon is decapitated and his head rolls under her while facing up. Subverted in 5. The chainsaw doesn't cut the protagonist's head off. Granted, it's clearly supposed to; they just got lazy about modeling it.
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Malevolent Architecture
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Malevolent Architecture: The series is, at a whole, more or less the platonic ideal of this trope.
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Super Soldier
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Super Soldier: The various Tyrants, Nemesis, Mr. X, the rest of the T series.
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Large Ham
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Large Ham: Alfred and WESKER! CHRISSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS MIIIIIIIIIIIIIKE! LEEEWWWIIISSS! JOSSSSSSSSSSSSSSEPH!
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Art Major Biology
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Art Major Biology: The viruses in the franchise are extremely guilty of this, doing things that simply wouldn't make sense or be biologically impossible. Heroes also routinely shrug off or survive things that would leave a real person hospitalized or dead from a concussion or internal injuries.
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Elemental Rock–Paper–Scissors
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Elemental Rock–Paper–Scissors: Sort of. The different types of grenades are more effective against some creatures than others. A Licker in the second game, for instance, can take two point-blank regular grenades to the face and keep coming for you, but one Acid round will do them in. And fire tends to be particularly effective against plants. The fifth game even features Fire, Liquid Nitrogen, and Electrical grenades.
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Disposable Pilot
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Disposable Pilot: Happens repeatedly throughout the series, to the point of being a Running Gag.
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Life Meter
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Life Meter: The first three games, Zero, Code Veronica, and the remake of the first game had a then-unique health bar in the form of the EKG, which was only visible if you bought up the inventory screen. The amount of health you had was noted by color, heart rate, and name (green: fine, yellow: low fine/high caution, orange: low caution, red: danger, and purple: poison). In addition to color and name, the character's heart rate would go down, and if they were poisoned, their heartbeat would become irregular. Starting with 4, a more traditional health bar took place of the EKG. The Sega Dreamcast version of 2, 3 and Code Veronica had a visible EKG in the VMU screen. The Playstation 4 version of the Resident Evil 2 remake uses the light bar on the controller to show health level.
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Where the Hell Is Springfield?
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Where the Hell Is Springfield?: Raccoon City is stated as being in the Midwest, but the presence of high mountains makes this very unlikely. Fanon places the city in either Colorado or Pennsylvania, the only mountainous states that can be described as being remotely Midwestern, and the latter being where the novelizations placed it. There's also a fan theory that places the city in southern Missouri, which would make the "Arklay Mountains" part of the Ozarks. The Spanish-speaking European country in RE4 is never explicitly stated, and Word of God says that this was deliberate. However, the fact that a) it's a Spanish-speaking European country, b) a satellite shot showed the Iberian Peninsula, and c) Luis claims to be from Madrid leaves very few choices as to what country it is. The currency used in-game is pesetas... though Spain had already switched to euros at the time the game is set in, it's believable that the cult and parasitic infection in that area did isolate it from the outside world and its currency change. However, they all have Mexican/Latin American accents, which don't match up with the supposed location. LA recording studios are going to have a lot easier time finding Mexican voice actors than Spanish. Kijuju, the setting of RE5, is only described as being in Africa. The biggest hint as to where in Africa it's located is the fact that Sheva is from the BSAA's West African division. Given that Kijuju has a very varied geography, including mountains, swampland, an oceanic coastline, and an active volcano, not to mention a large oil field with a refinery, one possible contender for it may be in Cameroon, one of the few countries in Africa that has all of these geographic features. Also, the currency used in-game is the Nigerian naira. That still doesn't explain why all the enemies are speaking Swahili, which is an East African language. One of the locations visited in Resident Evil 6 is the Republic of Edonia, a European country that used to be part of the Eastern bloc but descended into civil war during its transition to democracy. All we see of it is snowy mountains and vaguely Soviet-era architecture, along with a castle on a hill. Other than that, we have no indication of where it is. There's also the Eastern Slav Republic, which neighbors Edonia, though again, aside from that, we have no idea where it is. We get a hint of the ESR's location in Revelations 2 when a Russian radio news station briefly mentions the ESR is close to Smolensk, which indicates the country is somewhere between Belarus and Russia. An early scene in Revelations has Chris and Jessica in "The European Mountains." The Alps? The Pyrenees? Maybe even the Carpathians? Revelations 2 takes place on an island called "Sejm." The only real hint at its location is it having a Russian-speaking population and formerly being part of the Soviet Union.
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Humanoid Abomination
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Humanoid Abomination: Wesker. He keeps the shades on for a reason.
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The Social Darwinist
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The Social Darwinist: After 15 years of Card Carrying Villainy, they finally throw this in as Wesker's angle with Uroboros in Resident Evil 5.
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Sequel Non-Entity
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Sequel Non-Entity: A famous abuser in the past. The protagonists' partner characters rarely ever got any closure aside from brief cameos in later installments and confirmation from Capcom that they had survived the events of their games. Rebecca was one of the most famous instances, with her next appearance being a prequel which similarly discarded its resident partner Billy Coen, until she finally returned to canon in Vendetta. Gun Survivor characters have never gotten any resolution, and the Outbreak games have only received nods as of Resident Evil 7: biohazard.
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What Happened to the Mouse?
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What Happened to the Mouse?: Rebecca Chambers was gone for a very long time after the first game, despite having canonically survived the events (and also despite managing to be the main character in RE0). She appeared as a playable character in the non-canon Mercenaries 3D game in 2011, but it took until the Biohazard: The Stage play in 2015 for her to return to the main storyline, and then in 2017 in the Vendetta CGI film to finally make a proper appearance in the franchise. Same goes for Carlos, Billy, and Sheva. Barry shows up briefly at the end of RE3 and took 15+ years to appear again in Revelations 2. Funnily enough, thanks to D.I.J.'s diary, we do know what happened to the actual mouse from Code Veronica. Interestingly, the only peripheral character that actually had any development in a subsequent game is Ada, who you're sort of supposed to think died at the end of RE2. Oh, and Sherry Birkin, who's a playable character in RE6. The franchise has many instances of Sequel Hook where a Greater-Scope Villain lurks or a side villain escapes scot-free. None of these instances have ever been followed up on. These include: Nicholai Ginovief's canonical survival in Resident Evil 3: Nemesis; this gets even more muddied up in the Resident Evil 3 (Remake) which leaves it ambiguous whether he survived, and further adds that he is actually working for another unknown client against Umbrella Jessica Sherawat in Resident Evil: Revelations Alex Wesker taking over Natalia's mind in both of the endings of Resident Evil: Revelations 2 The Family in Resident Evil 6 Maria Gomez in Resident Evil: Vendetta The Connections in Resident Evil 7: Biohazard What happened to the pirate merchant guy?
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Back from the Dead
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Back from the Dead: Wesker and plenty of monsters have this quality.
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Rape Is a Special Kind of Evil
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Rape Is a Special Kind of Evil: Author S.D. Perry likes to portray the villains as rapists in the novels, with Irons (which actually fits — in-game, he was accused of two counts of rape in his past), Nicholai (nothing suggests he is), and Wesker (only a Epileptic Tree in Resident Evil 5) getting this treatment.
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Plasma Cannon
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Plasma Cannon: As befitting a super-science criminal organization, Umbrella has made the linear launcher and charged particle rifle which are designed to roast virus mutants with a blast of plasma or charged particle bolts. In the games they show up, they'll instakill almost anything they're used on.
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Mini-Game
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Minigame: A staple of the series, usually involving short missions where you guide a character around an area and take out as many BOWs as possible within a time limit.
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Our Zombies Are Different
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Our Zombies Are Different: There are several distinctive zombie types present across the series, which also gives rise to the presence of Elite Zombie strains. The classic zombie strain, present in numbered games 0-3, Code: Veronica, and the Outbreak games, combines Artificial Zombie, Plague Zombie, and Flesh-Eating Zombie: they are zombies animated by a deadly Synthetic Plague with somewhat Ebola-like symptoms, and driven by a hunger to feed on living flesh. The hosts of Las Plagas, seen in Resident Evils 4 and 5, are a Parasite Zombie/Technically Living Zombie hybrid; humans infected with a macroparasite that renders them crazed and dangerously violent to the non-infected. The victims of the C-Virus from Resident Evil 6 can either become zombies when exposed to the airborne form of the toxin, which are fundamentally identical to the classic zombie strain, or they can become J'avo, which are an Elite Zombie and a Technically Living Zombie. The first Revelations game contains T-Abyss zombies, which fit the same tropes as the classic zombie strain, but which are hideously mutated into blood-drinking aquatic monsters. The second Revelations game has the T-Phobos zombies; these are a Plague Zombie/Technically Living Zombie hybrid, turned into mutilated, pain-blind, homicidally crazy creatures through a combination of the virus and cruel experiments performed on them — as such, they engage in the same kind of primitive tactics and weapon-use as Las Plagas hosts. T-Phobos zombies will ultimately starve to death and then reanimate as the Rotten, which are basically a slower and weaker version of the classic zombie strain. Resident Evil 7 takes the Artificial Zombie element to the extreme, replacing the iconic zombies with the Molded; homicidal masses of genetically engineered fungus which are only "zombies" in that they prefer to use human corpses as the basic material to grow from.
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No One Could Survive That!
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No One Could Survive That!: In Leon's B scenario and its Darkside Chronicles recreation, Ada gets slammed against the power generator pretty hard by Mr. X. And it in fact appears that She's Dead, Leon. But she's back up to throw a Rocket Launcher to Leon during the battle with his final form. It's better than Leon's A scenario, though, where Ada falls down a Bottomless Pit and still shows up to give Claire the rocket launcher.
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Theme Initials
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Theme Initials: Ada Wong and Albert Wesker. Bit of a stretch, but the Birkins' first names are Annette and William. It also seems that nearly every person involved with Los Iluminados has a last name that starts with an "S". Dr. Salvador, Osmund Saddler, Ramon Salazar, and Luis Sera. Bitores Mendez is the major exception.
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Child Prodigy
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Child Prodigy: Characters in the series have a habit of packing more into their lives before they hit 21 than most people go through in a lifetime. Albert Wesker, William Birkin, Rebecca Chambers, and particularly Alexia Ashford all play this trope straight, but even the main protagonists tend to have training or skills that they shouldn't given their ages. The most notorious case thereof is with Jill, who has a wildly implausible military background for a woman who's only 23 in the first installment.
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Ancient Conspiracy
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The Family in Resident Evil 6
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"Blind Idiot" Translation: The first game featured an awful lot of English typos, grammatical errors, and just plain goofy phrases that slipped through the QA net (including, not least of all, "Welcome back to the world of survival horror"). It did get better in subsequent games as the sequels got better budgets. The irony, of course, is that all the Biohazard games prior to Revelations only had English voice acting with Japanese subtitles. It gets even worse in non-English localizations, at least in the German version. For example, Jill's lockpicks are called "Dum-dum Geschosse" (dumdum bullets) instead of "Dietriche", the correct translation for lockpicks. And if you happen to understand English, you'll notice that what the characters are saying is often very different from what the subtitles read.
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Corporate Conspiracy
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Corporate Conspiracy: Umbrella Corp is publicly your friendly neighborhood pharmaceuticals and cosmetics firm, but it's all to cover up their real business — genetically engineering Synthetic Plagues and Bioweapon Beasts. In fact, they're less a corporation indulging in a little illegal behavior on the side, and more a criminal organization with a pharmaceutical corporation as its front. And as it turns out the real conspiracy isn't creating bioweapons, but creating Immortality, the true goal of CEO Ozwell E. Spencer.
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Action Commands
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Action Commands: Becoming quite popular after RE4 and The Umbrella Chronicles. Especially in Press X to Not Die form.
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Joke Character
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Joke Character: Tofu, a sentient brick of tofu who has a knife and wears a combat harness and beret.
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Pixel Hunt
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Pixel Hunt: The classic style games would often have this when looking for where to use an item, for the present or later. Some items that don't sparkle also require this.
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Giant Space Flea from Nowhere
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Giant Space Flea from Nowhere: A staple of the series. The sewer alligator and the mutated worms come to mind.
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Sliding Scale of Undead Regeneration
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Sliding Scale of Undead Regeneration: Zombies get type one, rot and don't heal. More advanced creatures get type 3, no healing, no rotting. G-virus creatures get type 4; no rotting; Healing Factor.
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Clipped-Wing Angel
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Clipped-Wing Angel: This happens a lot in the series. Birkin from RE2, Nemesis in RE3, Tyrant Morpheus in Dead Aim, Alexia in Code: Veronica, Saddler in RE4, and Wesker in RE5 all transform into giant monsters that are noticeably slower, dumber, and less effective than their superhuman normal forms. Remember — if it can't hit you, it can't hurt you.
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Terminator Impersonator
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Terminator Impersonator: The Tyrant boss type, especially Mr. X, are a bio-engineered example of this trope. Some of them are deployed by the Umbrella Corporation as superpowered assassins whose job is to seek and destroy any survivors or witnesses of whatever crisis Umbrella has recently caused. The more incognito versions are often dressed in a Badass Longcoat, complete with a Nice Hat that might almost let them blend in as very, very large human. They are utterly relentless at pursuing the protagonists, who usually are forced to either run away or use heaps of precious ammunition trying to take it down temporarily.
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The Bus Came Back
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The Bus Came Back: Sherry Birkin, who appeared in Resident Evil 2 was almost never heard from again until Resident Evil 6, where she returns all grown up and works as a government agent. Barry Burton, who hasn't been seen since the original game, returns as a major character in Revelations 2. Rebecca Chambers, who also hasn't been seen since the original game and its prequel, makes a major appearance in, of all things, a theatrical play called Biohazard: The Stage set between Resident Evil 5 and 6 (circa 2010). She is working as a university professor in Australia when a viral outbreak occurs and Chris Redfield and Piers Nivans arrive to suppress it.
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You Keep Using That Word
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You Keep Using That Word: The series likes to call antidotes for particular infections (usually of the T or G viruses) "vaccines". A vaccine is administered to a healthy individual to immunize them to a possible future disease. Giving a vaccine after the fact would make things worse.
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Mighty Glacier
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Mighty Glacier: Several enemies are very slow, but have high durability and damage output to compensate.
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TransformationTrauma
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Transformation Trauma: Most of the many One-Winged Angel mutations.
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Phlebotinum Breakdown
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Phlebotinum Breakdown: The T and G virus strains respectively, both have critical fusion flaws that prevent 100% of infected subjects transforming into the perfect B.O.W weapons. It was something Umbrella could not address. Only 1 in 10 million individuals infected with T will successfully become a Tyrant. Zombies... are the undesired end result. With G, its far more dangerous, and a G-virus outbreak would be inconceivably nightmarish, but its flaw is the lack of contagion. Not to mention it cannot spread to other hosts who are not related by its original host's DNA. Non-matches will reject its embryos... in a bloody mess. Its also interesting to note, that 10% of the world's total population have a natural immunity to the various strains of the Progenitor Virus, even if directly exposed. One can assume this is the reason your in-game characters do not get infected from being bitten.
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MaskPower
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Mask Power: Standard wear for the Umbrella Security Service, and most memorably worn by HUNK.
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Shaped Like Itself
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Shaped Like Itself: The monsters are officially called "Bio-Organic Weapons" by Umbrella. Bio and Organic largely mean the same thing.
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FanWebComic
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Fan Web Comic: Jill Sandwich by Kagietsudo.
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Beware the Superman
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Beware the Superman: The later installments of the series tend to boil down to Badass Normals with Charles Atlas Superpowers vs. parasite-empowered superhumans.
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Bare Your Midriff
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Bare Your Midriff: A few bonus outfits and Claire's main outfit in Code: Veronica. There's also Sienna "Party Girl" Fowler of Echo Six in ''Operation: Raccoon City" who wears an outfit like this.
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Villainous Breakdown
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Villainous Breakdown: Most notably Wesker at the climax of 5.
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Aristocrats Are Evil
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The head and co-founder of the Umbrella Corporation is Sir Oswald E. Spencer, who is also British.
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Damn You, Muscle Memory!
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Damn You, Muscle Memory!: 4 and 5 change the buttons each time you do a Quick Time Event to keep you from memorizing the buttons. In RE5, this is part of the dynamic difficulty system. The button combinations become more complicated as the difficulty rises. In Revelations (on Xbox), you aim with the left trigger, and fire with the right trigger … except for one boss, where you lock on a missile with the left trigger, and fire it with the "A" button. If you try to fire it with the trigger like you do with every other weapon, you fail the boss fight.
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Shotguns Are Just Better
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Shotguns Are Just Better: In each game, the shotgun is a highly valued weapon because of its high power and spread, which makes it good for both crowd control with the omnipresent zombies, and for knocking down and killing things like Hunters and Lickers.
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Big Bad
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Multiple Big Bads throughout the series meet their end via rocket to the face. In fact, the Big Bad of the game is usually a Recurring Boss, and the only way to permanently defeat them is with a rocket launcher, which results in a One-Hit KO.
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Exposed to the Elements
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Exposed to the Elements: A perfect example is when Claire and Steve end up in Antarctica in light clothes. Particularly Claire, who is in a midriff-baring t-shirt. However, they do not complain, seeing as they have other things to worry about, nor does the cold seem to effect them. In the Battle Game, though, during a certain point of Claire's game, after defeating all the zombies, if you walk back a few steps, she will do a special animation where she shivers.
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Giant Spider
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Giant Spider: A staple of the series to invoke fear. The first three used tarantulas, Resident Evil – Code: Veronica had exotic black widows, Resident Evil 4 gave it a break and had a few normal spiders, and Resident Evil 5, aside from spider-like enemies, had normal (though still big) African spiders. The Video Game Remake of 1 redesigned the boss spider into the Australian funnelweb, the Lost in Nightmares DLC for some reason had spiders bigger than Jill's ass, and the Chronicles games have a lovely mix of giant spiders. Goes into overdrive in RE6 where the entire themed virus transformation is bugs.
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Egging
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Egging: Eggs are recurring items in 4 that you can either consume for health, or throw at enemies (they do little damage though).
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Kill It with Fire
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Kill It with Fire: Molotov, incendiary grenades, and flamethrowers in each game up to 5.
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Made of Iron
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Made of Iron: Most of the cast, really, since the most common enemy attack involves zombies chewing through your jugular vein. And many of the otherwise-human characters can survive being shot several times with little problem. Jill Valentine took a rocket to the face, and simply shrugged it off.
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Feminist Fantasy
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Feminist Fantasy: The original games owe a great deal to the popularity of horror movies among teenage girls in 1990s Japan, and as such have a lot in common with them, such as having a number of capable, independent female protagonists. The wider world of the franchise is one in which women were allowed as combat operatives in the U.S. military by the early 1990s and where a woman's capability and reliability in a dangerous situation is simply taken as read and never questioned by any male character, even when they're an antagonist.
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Badass in a Nice Suit
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Badass in a Nice Suit: Optional costumes for Wesker tend towards sleek business suits, usually in the Mercenary battle mode.
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Cut Lex Luthor a Check
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Cut Lex Luthor a Check: The Umbrella Corporation had enough legitimate profit as the world's leading pharmaceutical company to not be dabbling in bio-weapons. And on top of that, when you consider what they are able to accomplish with their research, they'd probably make much, much more money pursuing something legitimate and marketable, as opposed to selling mutants and skinless dogs on the black market. It ends up biting Umbrella in the ass — after Umbrella zombified and then nuked Raccoon City, the US government froze Umbrella's assets, the price of their stock dropped, and the company was forced into bankruptcy. However, it's actually justified insofar as Oswald Spencer's ultimate goal with Umbrella was to mutate a virus he'd discovered into something that would make him godlike and immortal; all the zombies, skinless dogs, and mutants were byproducts of this research.
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Bold Inflation
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Bold Inflation: "What IS this?" "Wooah! This hall is dangerous". "It's a weapon. It's really powerful, especially against living things." "Just... take - a - look - at - this! It's Forest. Oh my GOD." "DON'T - OPEN - THAT - DOOR!!"
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Mood Whiplash
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Mood Whiplash: Raccoon City. It seems like the developers spent all night thinking of the cutest, most innocent name possible while still sounding subtle enough to be an actual city name that would be taken seriously. note  As opposed to calling it Bunny Town U.S.A. for a town that would become a complete hell on earth.
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Celibate Hero
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Celibate Hero: In spite of considerable Ship Tease in every entry, no one ever seems to hook up in the franchise. Barry Burton and Ethan Winters hold the distinction of being the only playable characters in the franchise with families, with Barry having a wife and two daughters and Ethan having a wife.
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Healing Factor
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Healing Factor: Sherry Birkin, thanks to her exposure to the G-Virus.
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MacGuffin
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MacGuffin: Chris has two: Leon emails him about Claire's plight in Code: Veronica, and he receives a big one regarding Jill in Resident Evil 5.
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The Many Deaths of You
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The Many Deaths of You: The franchise is well-known for its graphic and varied death scenes, particularly in games 4 - 6.
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Unusable Enemy Equipment
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Unusable Enemy Equipment: Played straight in that you usually can't take guns, protective vests, etc. from dead bodies, but at least you can usually search bodies for ammo.
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And I Must Scream
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And I Must Scream: The fates of Lisa Trevor, Rachael, and Alexander Ashford.
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Personality Blood Types
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Personality Blood Types: Blood types are listed in the intro.
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Mega-Corp
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Mega-Corp: The Umbrella Corporation. Their front is a pharmaceutical company, but their real business plan consists of "let's inject this zombie potion into an animal and see what happens" while giving OSHA the finger. Notably, when the government finally had evidence of Umbrella's misdeeds in the Time Skip before Resident Evil 4, they destroyed the company by applying a massive embargo to its activities, crashing their stock prices and eventually running Umbrella out of business. Years later, its Suspiciously Similar Substitute, TRICELL, suffered much the same fate after the main people behind it were killed in the events of Resident Evil 5 (it's heavily implied that the remainder of the company didn't survive the investigations prompted by the clues Chris and Sheva uncovered in Kijuju).
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Apocalyptic Log
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Apocalyptic Log: A way of saving the games, and way too many logs left by the various researchers and doomed citizens in the games.
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Playing with Syringes
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Playing with Syringes: The Umbrella Corporation practicse this so much they could put a copyright on it. For starters, they have a bad tendency to hire morally bankrupt sociopaths to head up viral weapons projects and then act utterly shocked when they start losing control of them. The viruses themselves would be of questionable effectiveness as biological weapons note and to call their security "piss-poor" is an insult to urine. Most of the games can basically be summarized as "the inevitable result of hiring a complete psychopath to inject any living thing he sees with a mutagenic virus" or "let's throw some military types in a box with our escaped mutants and call it 'gathering combat data'".
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Inventory Management Puzzle
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Inventory Management Puzzle: The series is in love with the trope. You can only carry a limited amount of items, which forces you to decide if you want to pick up that healing herb right now or wait until you can find the next save room to store your items and come back later. Resident Evil 2 and Resident Evil – Code: Veronica would introduce weapons that can take up two item slots instead of one. Resident Evil 0 doesn't use item boxes, but allows the player to dump their items on the floor so they can come back later when they need them. Resident Evil 4 would use an attache case whose space is determined by how you organized your items and how you rotated them. Code Veronica attempted to somewhat soften the pain by letting you use a green herb on the spot if your inventory is full.
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Stupid Evil
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Stupid Evil: Let’s face the facts here: The Umbrella Corporation’s various mutagenic pathogens have a lot of potential for various medical breakthroughs should they water down or outright remove the more nastier side effects, and in doing so would 1. gather them more riches than they could have ever hoped for, even in comparison to selling bioweapons and 2. make Spencer’s dream of making a world of genetic supermen true, likely singing praises to him for helping them get to such a way anyway. It’s a shame that Spencer and his researchers along with his partners either spend their time backstabbing and murdering each other, using it to garner power for themselves, or going Ax-Crazy and turning into an Omnicidal Maniac.
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Always Night
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Always Night: For all the early games, which last through the night and end at dawn. Finally averted in 4 and 5, which both start in the daytime. The sun going down is a signal that things are about to get worse. Actually averted in Resident Evil 3: Nemesis. It starts during the daylight hours; you just can't tell because of the camera angle and the fact that half the city is on fire, so the sky is filled with smoke. During Claire's final part in Code: Veronica, when she battles the Nosferatu, it's dawn or very early morning. During Chris's game, it's mid-morning, and when he rescues Claire, it's high noon. Which is tricky considering they're in Antarctica, below the Antarctic circle. A region which alternates days/nights of six months each. More specifically, Antarctica in December, which should be bright out and roughly 15-25 degrees F. Instead, it's apparently cold enough to freeze a room full of water in a few hours.
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Wrestler in All of Us
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Wrestler in All of Us: From the fourth game onward, characters tend to pull off wrestling moves as finishers, most prominently Leon's ability to suplex zombies to death.
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Fridge Brilliance
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The currency used in-game is pesetas... though Spain had already switched to euros at the time the game is set in, it's believable that the cult and parasitic infection in that area did isolate it from the outside world and its currency change.
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Fade to Black
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Fade to Black and Fade to White: Dying has the screen fade to white, followed by a quick scene of the character meeting their end (or a camera pan showing their dead body) before fading to black.
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Tap on the Head
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Tap on the Head: In some of the games, the characters are knocked unconscious. Claire 3 times in Code Veronica
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Ink-Suit Actor
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Ink-Suit Actor: Though likely unintentional, Claire bears a more-than-passing resemblance to Alyson Court, her voice actress. Same deal with Irving.
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Demoted to Extra
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Demoted to Extra: HUNK and Rebecca in post-RE3 sequels, as they only returned for The Mercenaries minigames. Revelations 2 is the first full-game appearance for Barry and Claire since RE1 (for Barry) and Code Veronica (for Claire). However, Claire did have a starring role in Degeneration.
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Market-Based Title
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Market-Based Title: In Japan, the series is known as Biohazard (since the overall theme is viruses). However, when it came time to bring it to western markets, the name "Biohazard" was too generic to trademark in English speaking countries (plus it was already used by a band and at least one other game), so it was changed to Resident Evil. This is played with in the 7th game, which incorporates the other region's title as the subtitle. In Japan it's known as Biohazard 7: Resident Evil. In western markets it's known as Resident Evil 7: Biohazard.
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Timed Mission
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Timed Mission: Crops up every now and again in the canon games, usually paired with the Self-Destruct Mechanism.
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Late to the Tragedy
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Late to the Tragedy: Nearly all of the protagonists of each installment arrive at their respective settings after the initial viral outbreak. Exceptions include Jill in RE3, Claire and Steve in REC:V, and most of the Outbreak player characters.
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Capcom Sequel Stagnation
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Capcom Sequel Stagnation: The series took a while to move pass the year 1998, even long after the year has already transpired in real-life. RE3, which was released in 1999, is actually a parallel sequel to RE1 set around the same time period as RE2 (having been originally written as a side-story), while Survivor and Code: Veronica, both released in 2000, transpire only a few months after the original trilogy. RE4, which was supposed to be released shortly after Code: Veronica, underwent a period of development hell, and the games that were released in between were a remake of the first game, a prequel (RE0), two online games (Outbreak and Outbreak File#2) set during the RE2/RE3-era and a spinoff (Dead Aim) that actually took place in the present year of its release (2003). Every numbered entry in the series since RE4 have all taken place around the years of their releases, with only side-games like the Chronicles and Revelations series being set in-between to fill-in timeline gaps.
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End Game Results Screen
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End Game Results Screen: Several games in the series feature this, and often give bonuses for high ranks.
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Short-Range Shotgun
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Short-Range Shotgun: Played straight, but nearly every enemy is a Personal Space Invader, so you'll hardly ever notice it.
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Everything's Better with Sparkles
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Everything's Better with Sparkles: Important items will sparkle, often as a way to avoid a Pixel Hunt (for finding them but not for using them).
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Alliterative Name
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Alliterative Name: Barry Burton, Helena Harper, Alfred, Alexia, and Alexander Ashford.
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Fingerless Gloves
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Fingerless Gloves: Pick a playable character, any character. Chances are they have fingerless gloves.
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Jump Scare
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Jump Scare: Zombies, dogs, and crows crashing through windows. The Nemesis and Mr. X crashing through walls. Zombies reaching through barricades. The player walking through a hallway to find a zombie right in front of them which was previously hidden by the camera angles (this happens quite a few times in REmake). Don't forget the infamous Oven Man from Resident Evil 4.
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Fun with Acronyms
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Fun with Acronyms: The Special Tactics and Rescue Service (S.T.A.R.S.), The Bioterrorism Security Assessment Alliance (B.S.A.A.), The Umbrella Security Service (U.S.S.).
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Neck Snap
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Neck Snap: HUNK in The Mercenaries. Chris in Resident Evil 5.
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True Companions
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True Companions: There's a bit of Ship Tease found in some of the games, but in general this is the relationship between Chris and Jill. Jill is willing to sacrifice herself to save Chris from Wesker. While Chris is on his next mission, the moment he gets wind she might still be alive, he drops everything else to find her.
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Harder Than Hard
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The essence of this mode also appears in the Madhouse difficulty from Resident Evil 7, which, much like its predecessors, reshuffles the locations of items and enemies throughout the Baker residence. However, Madhouse also reduces the amount of items the player is given and introduces cassette tapes as items, serving a similar function to ink ribbons from the first three titles.
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America Saves the Day
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America Saves the Day: Lampshaded in RE4 and RE5. And still played straight.
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Solve the Soup Cans
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Solve the Soup Cans: If the Resident Evil series featured the original "soup cans" puzzle from The 7th Guest, it still wouldn't nearly be the most out-of-place puzzle in the series. The usual justification, if any, is that the people who designed these places were insane. Toned down somewhat from RE4 onward as part of the Genre Shift. To give you an idea of how crazy the drinking water is in Raccoon, the RPD's weapons storage is easier to get into than the sewers (kinda-sorta-justified in that the sewers also serve as an access point to Umbrella's laboratory).
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Grand Theft Me
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Alex Wesker taking over Natalia's mind in both of the endings of Resident Evil: Revelations 2
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Ret-Canon
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Ret-Canon: Until the release of The Umbrella Chronicles, the only time it was ever stated that Umbrella had a computer system called Red Queen was in the Anderson film adaptation.
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Self-Destruct Mechanism
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Self-Destruct Mechanism: Just about every Umbrella laboratory or other important location of biohazard research is subjected to this trope, with the final final boss fight occurring while the detonation countdown is in effect.
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With This Herring
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With This Herring: You often start out with a weak weapon (unless you're Kevin in Outbreak, but he can barely find any ammo). The games at least attempt to justify this: Resident Evil 0 and 1 - You are a cop caught in a situation way over your head. Resident Evil 2 - You blunder into the Zombie Apocalypse without warning. Resident Evil 3 - Jill's off the force and doesn't have access to the guns any more. Code: Veronica - Claire starts the game in prison in a cell with NO weapons, but once let out she starts off with a knife, and Chris loses a bag of weapons into the sea. Resident Evil 4 - We never see what Leon had in the police car, and it's destroyed before he can return. He's also only going to the village to ask some questions about Ashley, and with that in mind, he's actually carrying a lot more gear than he really needs. Revelations - Parker and Jill are only on the Zenobia in order to track down Chris and Jessica, and they have absolutely no idea that the ship is overrun with Ooze and other B.O.Ws. Resident Evil 5 - Excella is setting you up. Resident Evil: Outbreak - Most of the characters were just chilling out at a bar when the outbreak got really bad. Kevin and Mark both retain their weapons, as they are a cop and a security guard. The rest have to find handguns dropped in bathroom wastebaskets, beat zombies to death with scrub brushes, or hack and slash with kitchen knives. Resident Evil 6 - Different explanation for each scenario. Leon and Helena are simply talking to the president when a terrorist attack releases the C-Virus. Chris and Piers actually start with assault rifles, but they're suddenly overpowered by giant monsters. Jake is in a group of mercenaries who've been administered the virus (to which he's immune) disguised as a physical enhancer, and he's a brawler, so he doesn't bother carrying a gun. Sherry, on the other hand, knows she's in a dangerous place and only carries a handgun, but she has a healing factor. Revelations 2 - Similar to Code: Veronica, Claire gets kidnapped and starts the game inside a prison on an island with no weapons whatsoever. Averted with Barry, however, as he actually came to the island prepared (such as having a pistol, an assault rifle, and a magnum revolver). Resident Evil 7 - Ethan's a normal guy who couldn't know the true nature of the house Mia was being held in, and as such didn't come prepared.
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Impaled with Extreme Prejudice
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Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: Creatures with really big claws, particularly Tyrants, will do this as a finisher. Other notable practitioners are William Birkin, Nemesis, the Garradors, and Saddler. Wesker doesn't even need claws to do it.
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Charles Atlas Superpower
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Charles Atlas Superpower: Back in the day, Chris Redfield just wasn't as good as Jill Valentine. Oh, he had higher stamina, sure, but he couldn't carry as much, and he didn't get access to the grenade launcher like Jill did. He fared a little better in Code: Veronica, on account of getting some cooler toys to play with and a possible ten inventory slots, but still got the crap knocked out of him by Wesker in the end. As of Resident Evil 5, he can knock enemies through closed doors with a right hook and is fully capable of killing a man by punching him in the ass. At the end of 5, he infamously PUNCHES a roughly 60 ton boulder up and out of a ditch.
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Peace & Love, Incorporated
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Peace & Love, Incorporated: The Umbrella Corporation was initially this. Their public face as a manufacturer of cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, and other consumer products masked their bioweaponry and genetic engineering divisions. Its slogans, seen in several games, include "Preserving the health of the people" and "Science for a comfortable life".
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Be My Valentine
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Be My Valentine: Jill Valentine, the most iconic heroine of the series.
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Corrupt Corporate Executive
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Corrupt Corporate Executive: The entire executive board for the Umbrella Corporation, particularly Ozwell Spencer. Albert Wesker later qualifies.
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Word of God
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The Spanish-speaking European country in RE4 is never explicitly stated, and Word of God says that this was deliberate. However, the fact that a) it's a Spanish-speaking European country, b) a satellite shot showed the Iberian Peninsula, and c) Luis claims to be from Madrid leaves very few choices as to what country it is. The currency used in-game is pesetas... though Spain had already switched to euros at the time the game is set in, it's believable that the cult and parasitic infection in that area did isolate it from the outside world and its currency change. However, they all have Mexican/Latin American accents, which don't match up with the supposed location. LA recording studios are going to have a lot easier time finding Mexican voice actors than Spanish.
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Numbered Sequels
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Numbered Sequels / Stopped Numbering Sequels: A weird combination. Completely 100% canon games which meaningfully advance the plot are numbered; subtitled games are spinoffs or one-offs that haven't received any follow-up. The exceptions to this rule thus far are Code: Veronica and Revelations. The latter got a numbered sequel of its own. The canon doesn't only extend to the numbered games (with Code: Veronica and the Revelations games), but to various side games as well. Gaiden and Operation Raccoon City are not canon, The Chronicles games are partly, and more or less the rest is 100% canon.
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Not a Zombie
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Not a Zombie: A franchise staple, whenever someone encounters a zombie for the first time. This is usually how a Red Shirt cop or soldier will end up being killed.
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Orwellian Retcon
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Orwellian Retcon: The original version of Wesker's Report that was sold as a pre-order bonus with Code: Veronica originally stated that Sherry was taken captive by Wesker's men after the events of 2. This contradicted the epilogues in 3, in which Sherry and Leon were both taken into custody by the U.S. Government after they were split from Claire. As a result, later reprints of Wesker's Report removed this information completely.
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Badass Longcoat
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Badass Longcoat: Wesker, Mr. X, and Nemesis. Leon gets one as an alternate costume for completing RE4.
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Sigil Spam
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Sigil Spam: The Umbrella Corporation's logo is everywhere.
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Heart Container
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Heart Container: Yellow Herbs in RE4 and the Degeneration mobile game.
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Plague Zombie
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The second Revelations game has the T-Phobos zombies; these are a Plague Zombie/Technically Living Zombie hybrid, turned into mutilated, pain-blind, homicidally crazy creatures through a combination of the virus and cruel experiments performed on them — as such, they engage in the same kind of primitive tactics and weapon-use as Las Plagas hosts. T-Phobos zombies will ultimately starve to death and then reanimate as the Rotten, which are basically a slower and weaker version of the classic zombie strain.
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Monster Closet
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Monster Closet: Dogs and zombies coming through windows? Check. A zombie bursting out of a literal closet? Check. Licker crashing through the one-way mirror? Check.
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Loads and Loads of Characters
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Loads and Loads of Characters: A full list can be found here.
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1.0
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
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 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_d37941d1
type
Hand Cannon
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_d37941d1
comment
Handcannon: Many pistols — and especially the revolvers — are ridiculously oversized. Heck, in RE4, one of the unlockable weapons is even named "Handcannon". In general, magnums tend to cause more damage than things like grenade launchers or point-blank shotgun blasts.
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1.0
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featureConfidence
1.0
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Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_d37941d1
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type
Unwilling Suspension
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comment
Unwilling Suspension: Ada at the end of RE4.
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1.0
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1.0
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Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_d3c6cf4f
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type
Parasite Zombie
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comment
Parasite Zombie: Certain zombies in Resident Evil – Code: Veronica have been parasitized by the mutant moths in the Antarctica Base. Their parasites will leap out and attack the player if they get too close. In Resident Evil 4 and Resident Evil 5, the Ganados and Majini are Parasite Zombies in the classic sense, and replace the Plague Zombies that were the traditional mainstay foes of the series. Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City has its own Parasite Zombies, which are zombies that have been decapitated and turned into puppets by the NE-Beta macroparasite.
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_d3cd9952
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1.0
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_d3cd9952
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1.0
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Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_d3cd9952
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_d59d71c1
type
Light Gun Game
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_d59d71c1
comment
Light Gun Game: The Gun Survivor and Chronicles games.
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_d59d71c1
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1.0
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1.0
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Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_d59d71c1
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type
Dark Action Girl
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_d5b3df2d
comment
Dark Action Girl: Ada Wong, and Jill Valentine during most of RE5.
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featureApplicability
1.0
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1.0
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Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_d5b3df2d
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type
Anti-Frustration Features
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comment
Anti-Frustration Features: The item boxes in the classic series allows you to store items and retrieve them from a different item box so that you don't have to backtrack to specific boxes every time. Originally, the first game didn't have the feature in the beta, but the unlinked item boxes came back in the remake as an optional game mode.
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1.0
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Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_d6f284a3
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_d71d51fd
type
The End of the World as We Know It
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_d71d51fd
comment
The End of the World as We Know It: Surprisingly, the RE world's regular T-virus zombie outbreaks are not a threat that may lead to this, as they seem relatively self-contained even with minimum government intervention (the Extinction movie is another story entirely). Also, the plot of at least three of the series' major bad guys (Dr. Marcus in RE0, Saddler in RE4, and Wesker in RE5), although Wesker was the only one who ever came anywhere close to implementing the plan. One of the novels has a scientist who seeks to cause this. He is stopped by Rebecca. Carla Radames in RE6, full stop.
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_d71d51fd
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Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_d71d51fd
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_dae5c997
type
Action Girl
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_dae5c997
comment
Action Girl: All the playable female characters, not including Ashley and a young Sherry.
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_dae5c997
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1.0
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Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_dae5c997
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_daead778
type
Tear Off Your Face
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_daead778
comment
Tear Off Your Face: A few enemies throughout the series can do this (for example, the Novistators from 4 if they kill Leon with an acid-to-the-face attack).
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_daead778
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1.0
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1.0
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Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_daead778
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_db15330
type
PlainName
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_db15330
comment
Plain Name: Several of our badass survivor heroes have one; for example Chris Redfield, Claire Redfield, Leon Kennedy, Barry Burton, and Sherry Birkin. Jill Valentine at least gets a cool surname.
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1.0
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1.0
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Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_db15330
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_db39ccfd
type
Battle Couple
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_db39ccfd
comment
Battle Couple: With the fact that almost every partnership in the game is male-female, there are cases where it isn't hard to stretch it into this.
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_db39ccfd
featureApplicability
1.0
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_db39ccfd
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1.0
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
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Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_db39ccfd
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_db94aee5
type
Artificial Zombie
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_db94aee5
comment
Resident Evil 7 takes the Artificial Zombie element to the extreme, replacing the iconic zombies with the Molded; homicidal masses of genetically engineered fungus which are only "zombies" in that they prefer to use human corpses as the basic material to grow from.
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_db94aee5
featureApplicability
1.0
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1.0
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
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Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_db94aee5
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_dbd8e795
type
Gaiden Game
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_dbd8e795
comment
Gaiden Game: Resident Evil Gaiden. It's right in the title. Operation Raccoon City was stated from the beginning to be an alternate-reality scenario.
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_dbd8e795
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1.0
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1.0
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Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_dbd8e795
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_dc1761bd
type
A God Am I
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_dc1761bd
comment
A God Am I: Several villains develop a God-complex, most notably Alexia Ashford and Albert Wesker.
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_dc1761bd
featureApplicability
1.0
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1.0
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Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_dc1761bd
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_dcbe8a6e
type
Chekhov's Gunman
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comment
Chekhov's Gunman: Chris is this to his sister. Thanks to his training, Claire survived Raccoon City, Rockfort Island, and Harvardille. Jill Valentine counts as "Chekhov's Gunwoman". She was infected with the T-virus in RE3, but was cured thanks to Carlos Oliveira synthesizing a cure. Following her tackling Wesker through a window, Wesker discovers the T-virus antibodies in her bloodstream, which he would later use to further his experiments with Uroboros. Wesker's son Jake Muller qualifies, as he has the antibodies which can cure the C-virus. Instead, Carla Radames uses his antibodies to make the C-virus more potent.
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_dcbe8a6e
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1.0
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1.0
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Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_dcbe8a6e
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_de306ba6
type
Worst Aid
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_de306ba6
comment
Worst Aid: The franchise is not exactly realistic when it comes to handling injuries and first aid, in spite of much of the cast being trained first responders that should know better.
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_de306ba6
featureApplicability
1.0
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_de306ba6
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1.0
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Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_de306ba6
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_df1793de
type
Updated Re-release
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_df1793de
comment
Updated Re-release: Resident Evil: Director's Cut, Resident Evil: Director's Cut: Dual Shock Version, Resident Evil 2: Dual Shock Version, Resident Evil Code: Veronica X, the GameCube remake of Resident Evil, Resident Evil 4: Wii Edition, Resident Evil Code: Veronica X HD, Resident Evil 4 HD, and now Resident Evil Chronicles HD Collection. For a while there, it seemed it was Capcom's goal to release every game in the series for every platform available.
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_df1793de
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1.0
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_df1793de
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1.0
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
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Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_df1793de
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_e0789c2a
type
Your Head A-Splode
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_e0789c2a
comment
Your Head A-Splode: That's if you make a well-placed headshot on a zombie/Ganado/Majini.
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_e0789c2a
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1.0
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_e0789c2a
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1.0
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Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_e0789c2a
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_e0aced16
type
Giggling Villain
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_e0aced16
comment
Giggling Villain: Twins Alfred and Alexia Ashford are both prone to evil giggling.
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_e0aced16
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1.0
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_e0aced16
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 Resident Evil (Franchise)
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Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_e0aced16
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_e28f88b8
type
Last-Name Basis
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_e28f88b8
comment
Last-Name Basis: Wesker. That may as well just be his driver's license — "Wesker". Krauser, Salazar, and Saddler. A variation in 4: Salazar never uses Leon's first name. He only ever calls him "Mr. Kennedy" or even "Mr. Scott Kennedy".
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_e28f88b8
featureApplicability
1.0
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1.0
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
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Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_e28f88b8
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_e292f761
type
Obligatory Swearing
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comment
Obligatory Swearing: Despite the very gruesome nature of the series the dialogue remained fairly tame in profanity for many years, the cast would react to extreme violence mostly with “damn” and once in a while with “shit”; Resident Evil 7 came in however and with it the dialogue then matched all the violence, usage of “fuck”, “motherfucker” and many variations are plenty, and with the remake for Resident Evil 2 it seems strong cuss words are here to stay for a while.
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_e292f761
featureApplicability
1.0
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_e292f761
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1.0
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Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_e292f761
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_e3226029
type
Bag of Holding
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_e3226029
comment
Bag of Holding: Not the characters themselves (except in Survivor), but the omnipresent item boxes, which are all interconnected to let you access the same stash of items no matter which one you open.
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_e3226029
featureApplicability
1.0
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_e3226029
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 Resident Evil (Franchise)
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Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_e3226029
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_e35bc0f7
type
Tragic Monster
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_e35bc0f7
comment
Tragic Monster: Lisa Trevor in the GameCube remake of the first game, and both Alexander Ashford and Steve Burnside in Code: Veronica.
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_e35bc0f7
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1.0
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_e35bc0f7
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1.0
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
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Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_e35bc0f7
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_e4f5affb
type
The Chew Toy
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_e4f5affb
comment
The Chew Toy: To quote President Evil's RE plot analysis FAQ, "someone on the development team hated Brad's guts."
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_e4f5affb
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1.0
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_e4f5affb
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1.0
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
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Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_e4f5affb
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_e6661fc2
type
Press X to Not Die
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_e6661fc2
comment
4 and 5 change the buttons each time you do a Quick Time Event to keep you from memorizing the buttons.
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_e6661fc2
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1.0
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_e6661fc2
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1.0
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
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Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_e6661fc2
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_e70127
type
The Mole
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_e70127
comment
Jessica Sherawat in Resident Evil: Revelations
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_e70127
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1.0
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1.0
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
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Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_e70127
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_e7fe3ece
type
Ominous Walk
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_e7fe3ece
comment
Ominous Walk: Ganados and Majini will often run towards you until they get within a certain distance and inexplicably start using this trope. Hunters seem to enjoy this as well. Something about the way Wesker walks suggests he was a fan of The Joker. Tyrants love it, too. Though they at least are still suffering from the effects of being cryogenically frozen. Once they shake it off, they turn into a machine.
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_e7fe3ece
featureApplicability
1.0
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_e7fe3ece
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1.0
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
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Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_e7fe3ece
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_e91a2f04
type
Cloning Blues
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_e91a2f04
comment
Cloning Blues: The plot of RE6 is heavily driven by this, as the clone seeks revenge against their creator by destroying the world. Simmons had one of his subordinates, Carla, turned into a copy of Ada Wong against her will. Robbed of her memories and identify, she was brainwashed into believing she was actually Ada — just one that loved Simmons. As her memories and identity started to re-emerge, she went insane and decided to tear down the world order in revenge.
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 Resident Evil (Franchise)
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Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_e91a2f04
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_e993da98
type
Equal-Opportunity Evil
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_e993da98
comment
Equal-Opportunity Evil: Umbrella has absolutely no issue hiring just about anyone for any position in their organization. They have hired scientists of multiple nationalities, male and female. They've even hired teens and pre-pubescent children and made them the heads of important bioweapons projects. It seems to Umbrella, the only thing about you that matters to them is how well you can serve the company.
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_e993da98
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 Resident Evil (Franchise)
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Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_e993da98
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_eaa1c5b5
type
Sequel Number Snarl
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_eaa1c5b5
comment
Sequel Number Snarl: Code: Veronica and Revelations are considered main titles in the series, while Zero is a prequel. As a result, there's more games in the main series than the numbered sequels would imply.
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_eaa1c5b5
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Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_eaa1c5b5
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_eaf5a1ac
type
Groin Attack
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_eaf5a1ac
comment
Groin Attack: Interestingly in Umbrella Chronicles, during the 0 Scenerio. Shooting the leechmen in the crotch is very efficient in slowing them down.
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_eaf5a1ac
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1.0
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 Resident Evil (Franchise)
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Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_eaf5a1ac
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_eb4086e3
type
Big Creepy-Crawlies
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_eb4086e3
comment
Big Creepy-Crawlies: Some of the smaller ones are bigger than Jill's ass, and they grow in size from there, to the point where one game has a spider so large it could crush a tank.
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_eb4086e3
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1.0
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_eb4086e3
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 Resident Evil (Franchise)
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Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_eb4086e3
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_ed3c6b4c
type
Sprite/Polygon Mix
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_ed3c6b4c
comment
Sprite/Polygon Mix: The original trilogy, plus REmake and RE0, features 3D superimposed on prerendered backdrops.
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_ed3c6b4c
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1.0
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_ed3c6b4c
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 Resident Evil (Franchise)
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Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_ed3c6b4c
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_ee2984f9
type
Over-the-Shoulder Murder Shot
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_ee2984f9
comment
Over-the-Shoulder Murder Shot: An iconic moment of the franchise. In the first game, a zombie (the first one you ever encounter in the game) does this as he's eating Kenneth. Bonus points for being able to later find and watch a video of it from Kenneth's perspective filmed on his camera.
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_ee2984f9
featureApplicability
1.0
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_ee2984f9
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 Resident Evil (Franchise)
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Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_ee2984f9
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_ee7a60e9
type
One Steve Limit
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_ee7a60e9
comment
One Steve Limit: Subverted. With so many background characters in both main titles and spinoffs, a few names tend to be repeated among them. There's quite a few Edwards (Dewey and Ashford), Josephs (Frost and Kendo), Georges (Trevor, Scott, or Hamilton), Kevins (Ryman and Dooley), Jacks (Hamilton, Krauser, Norman, or Baker) and even Alberts (Wesker and Lester). There's even more than one Steve (an Umbrella researcher by that name in RE1 and Steve Burnside).
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_ee7a60e9
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Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_ee7a60e9
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_f03efcdb
type
Face Full of Alien Wing-Wong
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_f03efcdb
comment
Face Full of Alien Wing-Wong: William Birkin tries to implant G-Embyros into several people after being transformed by the G-Virus. This involves trying to shove a small monster down the victim's throat, with all victims but Sherry dying shortly afterwards.
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_f03efcdb
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1.0
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_f03efcdb
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1.0
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
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Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_f03efcdb
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_f2d29e14
type
Evil Brit
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_f2d29e14
comment
Also, the Ashford clan, a whole family of evil Brits, including Code: Veronica antagonists Alfred and Alexia Ashford.
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_f2d29e14
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1.0
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 Resident Evil (Franchise)
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Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_f2d29e14
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_f6ec1b9
type
Weapon of Choice
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_f6ec1b9
comment
Weapon of Choice: You can be almost certain that the final boss is going to be finished off with a rocket launcher shot to the face.
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_f6ec1b9
featureApplicability
1.0
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 Resident Evil (Franchise)
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Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_f6ec1b9
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_f9f2c33
type
RunningGag
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_f9f2c33
comment
Running Gag: Valve handles. For whatever reason, Capcom loves to have the player find and use one in every game (twice in Outbreak File #2). It's even mocked in the live-action movies: you can see a valve handle thrown across the frame by an explosion in the trailer for Resident Evil: Afterlife. In the Resident Evil 5 DLC, Chris sees an opening next to a door in Spencer's mansion: Multiple Big Bads throughout the series meet their end via rocket to the face. In fact, the Big Bad of the game is usually a Recurring Boss, and the only way to permanently defeat them is with a rocket launcher, which results in a One-Hit KO. While there are a few exceptions, expect any helicopter pilot to either crash or get shot down at least once per game.
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_f9f2c33
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 Resident Evil (Franchise)
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Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_f9f2c33
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_fc07d409
type
Hopeless Boss Fight
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_fc07d409
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Hopeless Boss Fight: Mutant Steve. You can only 180 turn and run away, and you are bound to take at least one hit unless you're very quick with dodging at the battle's start. Lisa Trevor's first phase is also unbeatable. Although Nemesis can be defeated in every encounter, he'll always come back for more, and with so few weapons and ammo your first few encounters with him, you almost are always forced to run.
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Department of Redundancy Department: Sure, B.O.W. (bio-organic weapon) combines Fun with Acronyms and Not Using the "Z" Word, but apparently no one at Capcom realized that all bioweapons are organic — at least until Umbrella starts weaponizing Vulcans.
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Artistic License – Physics
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Artistic License – Physics: The franchise has a tendency towards playing fast and loose with the laws of physics, usually in the name of awesome set pieces or monsters.
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One-Winged Angel: Pretty much every human Big Bad will turn into a horrible abomination against God. However, they are often reduced to Clipped-Wing Angel in their final form, eg. Birkin and Nemesis.
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Canon Immigrant: The Red Queen, a computer system from the movies, appears in The Umbrella Chronicles. If you look closely, you'll notice Alice's rejuvenation chamber during the extra mission. The laser trap room right before Saddler's weird little throne room in RE4 was definitely lifted from the first RE movie. The Umbrella Chronicles has the first movie's laser hallway. No, seriously, it's the laser hallway from the movie.
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Well-Intentioned Extremist: In Resident Evil 5, some of Wesker's Motive Rants indicate that Wesker seems to genuinely intend to save the world. His method of doing so? Releasing the Ouroboros virus into the atmosphere.
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Theme Naming
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Theme Naming: The series has had the t-virus, G-virus and C-virus (plus various sub-strains), and the A-virus is introduced in Vendetta, thus completing a full set of DNA nucleic acids.
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Was Once a Man
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Was Once a Man: Most of the monsters you kill.
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Dark and Troubled Past
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Dark and Troubled Past: Billy Coen never got over the massacre he was forced to inflict on a village of innocent people, and to make matters worse, he was framed for ordering said attack. He would have been sentenced to death if not for the train incident and Rebecca being the kind woman that she is, letting him go free and writing up a fake report that he was killed during the incident.
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Evil, Inc.
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Evil, Inc.: Umbrella Pharmaceutical Company was founded by a group of creepy English Evilutionary Biologists, who wanted to create a race of superhumans and Take Over the World. While the company is a massive conglomerate that has multiple subsidiaries dealing in legitimate businesses, almost all of these serve as some sort of front for the company's illegal activities in creating biological weapons. Things ultimately go so bad that after the US government ends up nuking Raccoon City, Umbrella's stocks plummet as nobody wants to work with a company that has such a massive stigma attatched to it and the United States drives the company into bankruptcy by freezing its assets and filing a massive amount of lawsuits at it.
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 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Empowered Badass Normal / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Empty Room Psych / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
End Game Results Screen / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Engaging Chevrons / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Episode of the Dead / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Equipment Upgrade / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Even Bad Men Love Their Mamas / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Everything's Better with Sparkles / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Evil Brit / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Evil Evolves / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Evil, Inc. / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Evil Is Sexy / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Evil Old Folks / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Evil Power Vacuum / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Evil Sounds Deep / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Evil Versus Oblivion / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Evilutionary Biologist / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Exact Time to Failure / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Expansion Pack Past / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Experienced Protagonist / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Exploding Barrels / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Extra-Strength Masquerade / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Extremely Short Timespan / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Extremity Extremist / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Eyeless Face / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Face on the Cover / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Fade to Black / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Failsafe Failure / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Fair Cop / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Fanfic Fuel / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Faster Than They Look / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Feed It a Bomb / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Female Gaze / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Femme Fatale / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Femme Fatale Spy / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Fetch Quest / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Final Girl / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Find the Cure! / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Finishing Move / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Finishing Stomp / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
First Day from Hell / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Flamethrower Backfire / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Flashback with the Other Darrin / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Flavor Text / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Foe Yay Shipping / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
For Science! / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Forbidden Zone / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Forehead of Doom / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Forever War / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Form-Fitting Wardrobe / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Former Regime Personnel / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Fountain of Memes / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Four Is Death / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Framing Device / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Full-Frontal Assault / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Gaiden Game / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Gas Mask Mooks / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Gatling Good / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Geek Physiques / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Giant Space Flea from Nowhere / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Giant Spider / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Girls with Guns / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Girly Run / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Glowing Eyes of Doom / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Go for the Eye / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Going Through the Motions / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Good Colors, Evil Colors / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Government Agency of Fiction / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Government Conspiracy / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Gratuitous Spanish / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Grenade Launcher / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Grid Inventory / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Growing Muscles Sequence / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Guest Fighter / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Guest-Star Party Member / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Gun Nut / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Gunpoint Banter / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Guttural Growler / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hand Cannon / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Handguns / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hanlon's Razor / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Harder Than Hard / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hazmat Suit / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Heal Thyself / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Healing Herb / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Healing Potion / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Heartbeat Soundtrack / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Heavily Armored Mook / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hell-Bent for Leather / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hellhound / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hellish Copter / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hellish Pupils / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hero of Another Story / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Heroes Want Redheads / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Heroic Build / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Heroic Host / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
He's Just Hiding! / int_57ad0c07
 HetaHazard
seeAlso
Resident Evil (Franchise)
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hidden Agenda Villain / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
High-Heel Power / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hitscan / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hold the Line / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Holding Your Shoulder Means Injury / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hollywood Nerd / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Horror Hunger / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
100% Completion / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hunk / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hyperactive Metabolism / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hyperspace Arsenal / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
I Shall Taunt You / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Iconic Item / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Iconic Outfit / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Iconic Sequel Character / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Idiosyncratic Difficulty Levels / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Immune to Bullets / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Implacable Man / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Impossibly Cool Clothes / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Improbable Age / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Incompetence, Inc. / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Inconsistent Dub / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Indy Escape / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Indy Hat Roll / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Infinite Flashlight / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Infinity +1 Sword / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Insane Troll Logic / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Instakill Mook / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Interchangeable Antimatter Keys / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Interquel / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Intrepid Reporter / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Invisible Monsters / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
It Can Think / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
It's Popular, Now It Sucks! / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
It's Quiet… Too Quiet / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
It's the Only Way to Be Sure / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Its The Same Now It Sucks / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
It's Up to You / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Jiggle Physics / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Joke Item / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Juggle Fu / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Just Friends / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Just Think of the Potential / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Justified Save Point / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Kaizo Trap / int_57ad0c07
 KeithSilverstein
seeAlso
Resident Evil (Franchise)
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Kill Steal / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
King Mook / int_57ad0c07
 KingdomHeartsSonicDominion
seeAlso
Resident Evil (Franchise)
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Knee-capping / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Knife Nut / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Knight in Sour Armor / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
LGBT Fanbase / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Land Downunder / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Late to the Tragedy / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Later Installment Weirdness / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Law of Inverse Recoil / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Leaning on the Fourth Wall / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Life Meter / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Light and Mirrors Puzzle / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Lighthouse Point / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Literalist Snarking / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Little Useless Gun / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Live-Action Adaptation / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Load-Bearing Boss / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Loads and Loads of Loading / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Lock and Key Puzzle / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Locked Door / int_57ad0c07
 LostPlanet
seeAlso
Resident Evil (Franchise)
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Love-Interest Traitor / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Love to Hate / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Lovecraftian Superpower / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Lower-Deck Episode / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mad Scientist's Beautiful Daughter / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Magic Floppy Disk / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Maker of Monsters / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Malevolent Architecture / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Manual Misprint / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Market-Based Title / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mascot Mook / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Menacing Stroll / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Metamorphosis Monster / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Metroidvania / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Militaries Are Useless / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mind Screwdriver / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Minidress of Power / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Minor Crime Reveals Major Plot / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Missing Steps Plan / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mission-Pack Sequel / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Modern Day & Sci-Fi RPG Class Equivalents / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mole in Charge / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Molotov Cocktail / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mook Debut Cutscene / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Morally Ambiguous Doctorate / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
More Teeth than the Osmond Family / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Multi-Mook Melee / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Multi-Ethnic Name / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Multipurpose Tongue / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Muscles Are Meaningful / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mushroom Man / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mutual Kill / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
My Brain Is Big / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
My Death Is Just the Beginning / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mysterious Middle Initial / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
N.G.O. / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
N.G.O. Superpower / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Named by the Adaptation / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Nebulous Evil Organisation / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Necessary Drawback / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Neck Lift / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Neck Snap / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Nerd in Evil's Helmet / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Never Found the Body / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
New Game+ / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
No Body Left Behind / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
No Conservation of Energy / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
No Dub for You / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
No-Gear Level / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
No Hugging, No Kissing / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
No One Could Survive That! / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
No Place for a Warrior / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Non-Action Big Bad / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Non-Governmental Organization / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Nostalgia Level / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Not a Zombie / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Not Allowed to Grow Old / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Not Even Bothering with the Accent / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Not Using the / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Novelization / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Now, Where Was I Going Again? / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Nuclear Option / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Numerical Hard / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Obligatory Swearing / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Obscured Special Effects / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Obstructive Foreground / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Odd Friendship / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Off with His Head! / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Ominous Mundanity / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Ominous Save Prompt / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Ominous Walk / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Omnidisciplinary Scientist / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Once Is Not Enough / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Once per Episode / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
One Bullet Clips / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
One Head Taller / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
One Riot, One Ranger / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Only Smart People May Pass / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Only the Creator Does It Right / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Organization with Unlimited Funding / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Original Flavour / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Our Monsters Are Weird / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Our Presidents Are Different / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Our Zombies Are Different / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Out-Gambitted / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Out of the Inferno / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Outside Man, Inside Man / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Over-the-Shoulder Murder Shot / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
P.O.V. Sequel / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Pac-Man Fever / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Painful Transformation / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Parody Names / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Peace & Love, Incorporated / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Peek-a-Bangs / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Perma-Stubble / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Personal Space Invader / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Personality Powers / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Plague Zombie / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Platonic Life-Partners / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Player Death Is Dramatic / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Playing Possum / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Playing with Syringes / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Plot Armor / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Plot Lock / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Plotline Death / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Polished Port / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Portmanteau Couple Name / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Precap / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Precision-Guided Boomerang / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Predator Pastiche / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Premiseville / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Press X to Not Die / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Preview Piggybacking / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Primal Fear / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Private Military Contractors / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
/ int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Psychotic Smirk / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Quick Draw / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Quieter Than Silence / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Quip to Black / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Rail Shooter / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Railing Kill / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Raising the Steaks / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Random Power Ranking / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Rape Is a Special Kind of Evil / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Rasputinian Death / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Razor-Sharp Hand / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Reckless Gun Usage / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Recurring Boss / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Recurring Riff / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Red Is Heroic / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Red Right Hand / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Reformed Criminal / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Refrigerator Ambush / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Remixed Level / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Removing the Head or Destroying the Brain / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Renaissance Man / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Reptiles Are Abhorrent / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Research, Inc. / int_57ad0c07
 ResidentEvilMusicals
seeAlso
Resident Evil (Franchise)
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Resources Management Gameplay / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Reverse Grip / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Revolvers Are Just Better / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Rewrite / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Roar Before Beating / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Same Character, but Different / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Save Point / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
/ int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Save Token / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Saved from Development Hell / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Scale of Scientific Sins / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Scary Shiny Glasses / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Schrödinger's Canon / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Schrödinger's Player Character / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Science Is Bad / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Scrappy Weapon / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Scripted Event / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Sean Connery Is About to Shoot You / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Seasonal Rot / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Seen It All / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Self-Destruct Mechanism / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Self-Destructive Charge / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Sensory Overload / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Sequel Difficulty Drop / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Sequel Gap / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Sequel Non-Entity / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Sequel Number Snarl / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Serendipity Writes the Plot / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Series Franchise / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Series Mascot / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Shapeshifter Baggage / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Shared Universe / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Shark Man / int_57ad0c07
 ShinjiMikami
seeAlso
Resident Evil (Franchise)
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Short-Range Shotgun / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Sibling Yin-Yang / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Signature Move / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Silliness Switch / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Sinister Shades / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Sleep Cute / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Small Role, Big Impact / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Smoking Is Cool / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Smoking Is Not Cool / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Sociopathic Soldier / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Soft Reboot / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Solve the Soup Cans / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Songs in the Key of Panic / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Sphere of Destruction / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Spiders Are Scary / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Spooky Silent Library / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Spring-Loaded Corpse / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Stalker Without a Crush / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Standard Status Effects / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Star-Crossed Lovers / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Static Stun Gun / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Staying Alive / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Stern Chase / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Stock Subtitle / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Story Branch Favoritism / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Story Breadcrumbs / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Strong and Skilled / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Stronger Than They Look / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Subtitles Are Superfluous / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Sudden Sequel Heel Syndrome / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Sugar-and-Ice Personality / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Sunglasses at Night / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Super Reflexes / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Super Speed / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Super Title 64 Advance / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Super Toughness / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Superpower Russian Roulette / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Surprisingly Improved Sequel / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Swallowed Whole / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Swipe Your Blade Off / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Sword Drag / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Synthetic Plague / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Tactical Door Use / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Take Your Time / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Tank Controls / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Tap on the Head / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Tear Off Your Face / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Technicolor Ninjas / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Teen Genius / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Teens Are Short / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Teleporting Keycard Squad / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Terminator Impersonator / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
That One Level / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
The All-Seeing A.I. / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Baby of the Bunch / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Brute / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Charmer / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Chris Carter Effect / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Coats Are Off / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Corruption / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Government / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Great Repair / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Heavy / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Man Behind the Curtain / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Many Deaths of You / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Radio Dies First / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Rich Want to Be Richer / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Social Darwinist / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Squadette / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Straight and Arrow Path / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Tease / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Very Definitely Final Dungeon / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Virus / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Worm That Walks / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Thematic Rogues Gallery / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Themed Stock Board Game / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
There Was a Door / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
13 Is Unlucky / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
This Is a Drill / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
This Looks Like a Job for Aquaman / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Threatening Shark / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Tie-In Novel / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Timed Mission / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Tomboy with a Girly Streak / int_57ad0c07
 TonyJay
seeAlso
Resident Evil (Franchise)
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Too Awesome to Use / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Too Powerful to Live / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Took a Shortcut / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Tortured Monster / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Trash the Set / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Treachery Cover-Up / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Trick Arrow / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Trope Overdosed / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
True Final Boss / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Turns Red / int_57ad0c07
 TwoWeeksNotice
seeAlso
Resident Evil (Franchise)
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Tyke-Bomb / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Tyop on the Cover / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Ultimate Life Form / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Undead Barefooter / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Underground Monkey / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Underused Game Mechanic / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Universal Ammunition / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Unusable Enemy Equipment / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Urban Legend of Zelda / int_57ad0c07
 VGExiles
seeAlso
Resident Evil (Franchise)
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Valkyries / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Variable Mix / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Verber Creature / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Victoria's Secret Compartment / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Video Game Remake / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Video Games of 2010-2014 / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Video Games of the 2000s / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Video-Game Flamethrowers Suck / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Video Game Setpiece / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Villain Episode / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Villain Protagonist / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Villain Respect / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Villain with Good Publicity / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Villainesses Want Heroes / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Villainous Friendship / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Villainous Legacy / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Violation of Common Sense / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Violently Protective Girlfriend / int_57ad0c07
 Viperhor
seeAlso
Resident Evil (Franchise)
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Virus Misnomer / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
WTH, Costuming Department? / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Walking Disaster Area / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
War for Fun and Profit / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Was Once a Man / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
We've Got Company / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
What Happened to Mommy? / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
When She Smiles / int_57ad0c07
 WhiteDay
seeAlso
Resident Evil (Franchise)
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Who Needs Their Whole Body? / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Who Wears Short Shorts? / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Win Back the Crowd / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Working Title / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
World of Badass / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
World of Buxom / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
World of Ham / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
World's Strongest Man / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Worst Aid / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Wrestler in All of Us / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Xenafication / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Xenomorph Xerox / int_57ad0c07
 XuanDouZhiWang
seeAlso
Resident Evil (Franchise)
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
You Don't Look Like You / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Younger Than They Look / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Your Size May Vary / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Zombie Apocalypse / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Zombie Gait / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Zombie Infectee / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Zombie Puke Attack / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil Musicals (Music)
seeAlso
Resident Evil (Franchise)
 AnythingAgencyVsLawbreakersRP
seeAlso
Resident Evil (Franchise)
 ResidentEvil
seeAlso
Resident Evil (Franchise)
 Bio-HazardBattle
seeAlso
Resident Evil (Franchise)
 P.N.03 / Videogame
seeAlso
Resident Evil (Franchise)
 Resident Evil: Revelations 2 / Videogame
seeAlso
Resident Evil (Franchise)
 Resident Evil: Revelations 2 / Videogame
seeAlso
Resident Evil (Franchise)
 Mission Code High School (Web Video)
seeAlso
Resident Evil (Franchise)
 Viperhor
seeAlso
Resident Evil (Franchise)
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Enter Solution Here / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Geographic Flexibility / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
Staking the Loved One / int_57ad0c07
 Resident Evil (Franchise)
hasFeature
You ALL Look Familiar / int_57ad0c07