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  • Punching a boulder is apparently easier than, oh say, opening a locked door you need to hunt down a key card to open?
    • It's because punching open the door would attract more attention than needed.
    • Punching the boulder doesn't really get Chris anywhere. If anything, it looks like he was punching it because of sheer frustration.
      • He could have been punching the rock to dislodge it off of anything it may have been stuck on.
    • Yes. Because the door is locked.
  • Um... Why's Chris so surprised that Wesker's alive, yet claims that Jill's alive? Wesker is the one with the regenerative virus, not Jill, so it'd make more sense if Chris thought Jill was dead and Wesker was alive. (I mean, the man survived being gored by a Tyrant, so a cliff fall probably wouldn't be that bad for him. And Jill is weaker than Chris with health in the Remake...)
    • So suprised Wesker's alive? He discovers Wesker is alive when he hears a conversation between him and Excella on the radio, and his reaction can best be summed up as "Too much to hope the fall killed him huh?" Meanwhile at the start of the game he does think Jill is dead, it's only when he sees the photo of Jill that he thinks she might be alive. I don't know how you got that impression since the game is rather clear on the matter.
    • Its very possible that Jill could have landed on Wesker thus cushioning the fall and making it non lethal to her but not to Wesker. With that said it would still be wishful thinking that Wesker didn't die even putting that into factor.
  • This applies to a lot of games (and movies, comics, cartoons...), but molten lava is extremely hot. Chris and Sheva, and possibly even Wesker, should all have been cooked thoroughly before that final battle was over, just from being that close to so much of it.
    • This is a game where you can falcon punch people across rooms and conservation of energy and matter is more of a guideline than an actual law. I don't think physics matters much.
    • That's the basis for the Convection, Schmonvection trope, its on the page now. It is kind of irritating though xD
    • Yeah they should die but fighting inside an active volcano is awesome
  • What exactly did Los Plagas have to do with anything when the plot basically revolved around Uroboros? Los Plagas was barely mentioned in game, yet it seems that Wesker amassed himself a pretty sizable militia of mind-controlled drones, the likes of which Saddler would've killed for, so it's not like it wasn't significant. So was Los Plagas a legitimate plan-B? Was it used in Uroboros research? Was Los Plagas itself infected with Uroboros? Or was Wesker just hedging his bets by infecting all of Kijuju, just in case his arch-nemesis Chris decided to poke his nose around?
    • If I'm not mistaken, Uroboros is Las Plagas, only more refined. Or something like that.
      • Uroboros is a highly modified form of Progenitor, not Las Plagas. Las Plagas are important because Tricell is developing them as a biological weapon for sale, and testing them on the local population. It's this, and not Uroboros, which brings Chris and Sheva to investigate in the first place; they only learn about Uroboros later. However, as far as Wesker is concerned, the Las Plagas project only exists to make funding and scientific resources available for his Uroboros plan.
    • Given that he needs a standing defense force to protect his research into Uroboros, and the contracting of mercernaries and PMC's would attract attention, and given that Las Plagas has some nifty mind control properties, it would make sense for Wesker to use the Plagas to build his army, since Majini/Ganados are pretty indistinguishable from normal people...until they try and bash your brains in, of course.
  • When we see Jill again, she's blonde for some reason. So Wesker brainwashed her, turned her against her former partner, used her body for bioweapon research, and... dyed her hair?
    • I read somewhere (maybe the RE wikia) that the process of bonding with the parasite, along with long stretches of time in stasis in a pod caused her hair to bleach.
    • Maybe Wesker just likes blondes.
  • So Sheva is from the western part of Africa and Kijuju is in the northwest region of Africa. So how can either Sheva or the natives of Kijuju know the Swahili language, which dominant only in eastern Africa?
    • So it's impossible for someone to know a language they didn't grow up speaking?
      • Of course not. But Swahili is usually spoken mostly in the eastern parts of African while this game takes place in the west. Odds are, Swahili shouldn't be their native tongue.
    • So it's impossible for someone to know a language they didn't grow up speaking?
      • I think his point was why does all of the people native to that region speak Swahili.
  • at the end of the game, Wesker is using his Flash Step to dodge every shot Chris and Sheva fire at him inside his viral bomber aircraft. He then puts his gun up against Chris' forehead, and has time enough to gloat about how he's going to be a God for about fifteen minutes (I exaggerate, but only slightly) before Chris can get away. This is a serious case of Why Don't You Just Shoot Him? at best, and outright Bond Villain Stupidity at worst. I can accept a certain degree of this because it's Wesker we're talking about here, and he rants so much on that particular topic throughout the rest of the game I'm surprised his voice actor didn't end every recording session with bleeding tonsils, but still...you'd think a guy with a supposedly genius-level intellect would save that for after he's killed the only two threats to his plan for world domination, no?
    • Well the guy is ranting about how he is going to be a god and is already pretty tough to begin with. It's within reason that even though they might stop him he doesn't think they can.
    • Wesker is a gloating, hammy villain. His single biggest, most glaring and destructive flaw is that he is so overwhelmingly arrogant and self-absorbed that he can't help but gloat even when it is actively detrimental to his success.
      • In the example at hand though it's justified, since he's just been injected with too much serum and is not thinking clearly and just shot Chris in the back as he's holding a hand out to Sheva to pull her into the plane.
  • As far as I've understanded, the Ouroboros noodlesque monstrosity can absorb corpses and living matter alike to increase its size and power. So, why the very first one you fight near the beginning has left all those corpses all over the place instead of, you know, absorbing them into itself? That doesn't sound very logical....
    • It was an inferior version, and ignored all the other bodies. It probably didn't have the mental capacity to realise that "lots of bodies = bigger me."
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