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* ShipperOnDeck: Seems to approve of Leon/Ada.

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* ShipperOnDeck: Seems to approve of Leon/Ada.Leon/Ada despite...
* ShipTease: she and Leon have moments together and it seems she has a thing for him.
19th Apr '16 2:26:02 PM WanderingBrowser
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[[folder: Ustanak]]
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A Nemesis-like B.O.W. used by Carla Radames to pursue and capture Jake Muller.

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[[folder: Ustanak]]
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A Nemesis-like B.O.W. used by Carla Radames to pursue character that exists as a co-op partner for Ada Wong. Unlike all the other cooperative partners, he is not a factor in the overall story line, and capture Jake Muller.is excluded from single player as a result. Should the player choose to play with another player, he will appear to assist in combat. He cannot interact with puzzles and in important events, having to rely on the first player (Ada Wong) to do everything. He IS fully playable in the other extra modes, however.



* AnArmAndALeg: A file mentions the test subject that became it lost his right arm in a lab accident, prompting ...
* ArtificialLimbs[=/=]SwissArmyAppendage: And it has a lot of accessories for it.
** ArmCannon / GatlingGood
** EpicFlail
** PlayingWithSyringes
** ThisIsADrill
** WolverineClaws
* AttackItsWeakPoint: Its only vulnerable point is its oversized heart. It takes alot of damage for it to be vulnerable itself, though.
* BeatThemAtTheirOwnGame: When it attacks Jake and Sherry with a drill, they counter with a mining drill of their own, eventually overpowering and impaling it.
* BlondGuysAreEvil: While only tufts of hair on his head, they're still there.
* BookEnds: He's both the first and the last boss you face in Jake's campaign.
* CrazyPrepared: He brings spare arms to encounters so that he can stay up to speed in a fight. Helena even acknowledges this in her one encounter with him.
-->'''Helena:''' Give him credit. At least he came prepared.
* '''{{Determinator}}''': Just like his [[VideoGame/ResidentEvil3Nemesis predecessor]], he doesn't know when or how to quit. Once you have been targeted, you are as good as dead, unless you are a {{Badass}} like our heroes/heroines.
* TheDragon: To Carla.
** DragonTheirFeet: Continues its mission [[spoiler:in spite of her death]].
* DumbMuscle: Subverted; despite its inhumanity, it keeps an impressive level of intelligence. It's capable of using and adapting its equipment to the task at hand and will wise up to Jake and Sherry's stealth tactics if they futz up too much. In fact, one file mentions the C-Virus may have actually ''increased'' its intelligence as a side effect.
* FinalBoss: Of Jake's campaign.
* HealingFactor: Averted; despite being a C-Virus B.O.W., and despite being super tough, it lacks even conventional healing ability. Six months later, it still sports the wounds Jake and Sherry gave it with a mining drill. A file mentions the C-Virus didn't even regenerate its lost right arm prior, prompting ArtificialLimbs to compensate.
* TheHeavy: In Jake's campaign.
* IJustWantToBeBadass: If one of the files really is his diary entry just before being injected, all he once dreamed of was being reborn as a super powered being.
* ImplacableMan: It relentlessly hunts down Jake and Sherry, whether they're running from him inside a building, or trying to escape it while on a helicopter.
* LightningBruiser: Don't let its size fool you; this thing is incredibly fast, and deadly in melee range. Sherry even acknowledges that it is fast for its size.
* MookMaker: Creates the Oko creatures from an organ on its back. They function as a PatrollingMook for it.
* RecurringBoss: Hounds Jake and Sherry from beginning to end and even has a round with Leon and Helena.
* StrongAsTheyNeedToBe: The Ustanak's strength fluctuates depending on how much of a threat the plot needs him to be. He can go from a NighInvulnerable OneHitKill machine to being weak enough that Jake can trade blows with him in close quarters.
* TranquilFury: [[spoiler:After Carla's death]], a file mentions it may have this or sadness.
* UndyingLoyalty: A file mentions it has this towards Carla. According to another file, he had been this way before being transformed into Ustanak.


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* AnArmAndALeg: A file mentions the test subject that became it lost his right arm in a lab accident, prompting ...
ButtMonkey : just look at [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=37CYIjxjXLI this]]
* ArtificialLimbs[=/=]SwissArmyAppendage: And it has a lot of accessories for it.
** ArmCannon / GatlingGood
** EpicFlail
** PlayingWithSyringes
** ThisIsADrill
** WolverineClaws
* AttackItsWeakPoint: Its only vulnerable point
TheFaceless: He is its oversized heart. It takes alot of damage for it to be vulnerable itself, though.
* BeatThemAtTheirOwnGame: When it attacks Jake and Sherry
always seen with a drill, they counter with a mining drill of their own, eventually overpowering and impaling it.
* BlondGuysAreEvil: While only tufts of hair on
his head, they're still there.
mask.
* BookEnds: He's both FeaturelessProtagonist: He has no place in the first and the last boss you face in Jake's campaign.
* CrazyPrepared:
story at all. He brings spare arms to encounters so that he can stay up to speed in a fight. Helena even acknowledges this in her one encounter with him.
-->'''Helena:''' Give him credit. At least he came prepared.
* '''{{Determinator}}''': Just like his [[VideoGame/ResidentEvil3Nemesis predecessor]], he doesn't know when or how to quit. Once you have been targeted, you are
IS just as good as dead, unless you are a {{Badass}} like our heroes/heroines.
* TheDragon: To Carla.
** DragonTheirFeet: Continues its mission [[spoiler:in spite of her death]].
* DumbMuscle: Subverted; despite its inhumanity, it keeps an impressive level of intelligence. It's
capable of using in combat as all the other characters, though. Taken UpToEleven in that combat and adapting its equipment to assisting his partner is the task at hand and will wise up to Jake and Sherry's stealth tactics if they futz up too much. In fact, one file mentions the C-Virus may have actually ''increased'' its intelligence as a side effect.
* FinalBoss: Of Jake's campaign.
* HealingFactor: Averted; despite being a C-Virus B.O.W., and despite being super tough, it lacks even conventional healing ability. Six months later, it still sports the wounds Jake and Sherry gave it with a mining drill. A file mentions the C-Virus didn't even regenerate its lost right arm prior, prompting ArtificialLimbs to compensate.
* TheHeavy: In Jake's campaign.
* IJustWantToBeBadass: If one of the files really is his diary entry just before being injected, all he once dreamed of was being reborn as a super powered being.
* ImplacableMan: It relentlessly hunts down Jake and Sherry, whether they're running from him inside a building, or trying to escape it while on a helicopter.
* LightningBruiser: Don't let its size fool you; this
ONLY thing he is incredibly fast, allowed to do, and deadly in melee range. Sherry even acknowledges that it he is fast for its size.
unable to do any ActionCommands except ones directly relating to countering enemies, jumping across chasms, or climbing ladders.
* MookMaker: Creates NeckSnap: His finishing move, almost the Oko creatures from an organ on its back. They function same as a PatrollingMook for it.
Chris's.
* RecurringBoss: Hounds Jake and Sherry from beginning to end NoNameGiven: He is only known as "Agent", and even has a round with Leon and Helena.
* StrongAsTheyNeedToBe: The Ustanak's strength fluctuates depending on how much
then, he is never acknowledged by name or anywhere outside of a threat the plot needs him to be. He can go from a NighInvulnerable OneHitKill machine to being weak enough that Jake can trade blows with him in close quarters.
* TranquilFury: [[spoiler:After Carla's death]], a file mentions it may have this or sadness.
* UndyingLoyalty: A file mentions it has this towards Carla. According to another file, he had been this way before being transformed into Ustanak.

preset partner dialogue choices.



[[folder: HAOS]]
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The ultimate creation of Carla, designed to infect the world.

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[[folder: HAOS]]
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President Adam Benford]]

The ultimate creation President of Carla, designed to infect the world.United States in 2013 and a personal friend of Leon's. He and Leon together started the Division of Security Operations, a federal bio-terrorism response unit that succeeds the earlier Federal Bio-terrorism Commission. He is infected and turned in the Tall Oaks outbreak, forcing Leon to put him down.



* AdvancingBossOfDoom: The first couple of stages just consist of running from the thing.
* ArtisticLicenseBiology: An odd subversion. While there are many examples of the C-virus stretching the bounds on conservation of mass with its mutations ([[spoiler:with the enhanced C-virus breaking the bubble entirely]]), there seems to be a hint that HAOS was made using numerous bodies. Examining its chrysalis with a sniper rifle, one can see encased bodies sticking out of the cocoon.
* TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt: Designed to do this, though it was awakened too early to be fully active, and is killed before it can carry out its mission.
* FinalBoss: Of Chris's campaign.
* GameplayAndStorySegregation: Possesses no attacks that spread infection, despite it being its main function.
* HealingFactor: Regenerates from being blown in half a few times over the course of the battle.
* ImplacableMan: Takes multiple rounds of fire and battles to take down. [[spoiler:And even then, it only dies from Piers's final attack and the base explosion.]]
* MultiArmedAndDangerous: Of varying sizes, spread all over its grotesque body.
* SequentialBoss: Has about five stages to him.

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* AdvancingBossOfDoom: The first couple BenevolentBoss: If Leon's fondness of stages just consist of running from him is any indication, he was this.
* FirstNameBasis: With Leon, due to their history together.
* OurPresidentsAreDifferent: Of
the thing.
"President Personable" kind, right down to being targeted by the conspiracy.
* ArtisticLicenseBiology: An odd subversion. While there are many examples PosthumousCharacter: His death plays a large role in the events of the C-virus stretching game, but we only ever see him as a zombie and in Leon's flashbacks.
* PresidentEvil: Completely averted. He is a good man and a ReasonableAuthorityFigure who wants to come clean about
the bounds on conservation of mass with its mutations ([[spoiler:with Raccoon City incident to the enhanced C-virus breaking world, including the bubble entirely]]), there seems U.S. government's part in it, so they can all move forward and start working together to be a hint that HAOS fight bio-terrorism.
* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: He's honest, listens to his subordinates, and tries to promote trustworthy, competent people to where they can do the most good. And when [[spoiler:Helena is found blameless for her part in his death]], Leon says President Benford would have said the same.
* RememberTheNewGuy: He
was made using numerous bodies. Examining its chrysalis with a sniper rifle, one can see encased bodies sticking out of the cocoon.
* TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt: Designed to do this, though it was awakened too early to be fully active, and is killed
Leon's recruiter before it can carry out its mission.
* FinalBoss: Of Chris's campaign.
* GameplayAndStorySegregation: Possesses no attacks
the events of [=RE4=] and has been his friend for a decade, but he was never mentioned before. Justified in that spread infection, despite he has little to do with fieldwork, which is basically all we see.
* RetiredBadass: Ex-military. Sadly,
it being its main function.
doesn't help him.
* HealingFactor: Regenerates from being blown in half StakingTheLovedOne: Leon is forced to shoot his reanimated corpse. It's clearly a few times over the course of the battle.
* ImplacableMan: Takes multiple rounds of fire
distressing event for Leon, who for once is hesitant, shaky, and battles even tries futilely to take talk him down. [[spoiler:And even then, it only dies from Piers's final attack and the base explosion.]]
* MultiArmedAndDangerous: Of varying sizes, spread all over its grotesque body.
* SequentialBoss: Has about five stages to him.



[[folder: Agent]]
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A character that exists as a co-op partner for Ada Wong. Unlike all the other cooperative partners, he is not a factor in the overall story line, and is excluded from single player as a result. Should the player choose to play with another player, he will appear to assist in combat. He cannot interact with puzzles and in important events, having to rely on the first player (Ada Wong) to do everything. He IS fully playable in the other extra modes, however.

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[[folder: Agent]]
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A character that exists as a co-op partner for Ada Wong. Unlike all
J'avo & Complete Mutations]]
Humans directly infected with
the other cooperative partners, he is not a factor C-Virus, as opposed to those caught in the overall story line, airborne variant, who become mere zombies. J'avo gain increased durability and ferocity compared to humans, but it is excluded from single player as a result. Should the player choose their ability to play with another player, he will appear regenerate wounds by triggering selective cellular mutation, allowing them to assist in combat. He cannot interact with puzzles transform into a variety of different forms, that truly makes them dangerous. In rare cases, they may enter cocoons and in important events, having to rely on the first player (Ada Wong) to do everything. He IS fully playable in the other extra modes, however.undergo a complete genetic transformation, becoming a monster called a Complete Mutation.



* ButtMonkey : just look at [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=37CYIjxjXLI this]]
* TheFaceless: He is always seen with his mask.
* FeaturelessProtagonist: He has no place in the story at all. He IS just as capable in combat as all the other characters, though. Taken UpToEleven in that combat and assisting his partner is the ONLY thing he is allowed to do, and he is unable to do any ActionCommands except ones directly relating to countering enemies, jumping across chasms, or climbing ladders.
* NeckSnap: His finishing move, almost the same as Chris's.
* NoNameGiven: He is only known as "Agent", and even then, he is never acknowledged by name or anywhere outside of preset partner dialogue choices.

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* ButtMonkey : just look at [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=37CYIjxjXLI this]]
ActionBomb: Telo-Ekspolzija, as their name indicates, are living suicide weapons that blow up when shot or if they get close enough to a victim.
* TheFaceless: He is always seen with his mask.
AdaptiveAbility: Their special trademark. Hit them in a specific area, and they may mutate it to give them a new power. Or they may transform into a Complete Mutation.
* FeaturelessProtagonist: He has ArmlessBiped: Strelats have no place arms, despite running around on two legs.
* ArmorIsUseless: Averted. Napads are effectively NighInvulnerable unless you manage to blow off their armor or get the right angle and accuracy to target their chinks. Noga-Oklop and Telo-Krljusht J'avo are completely bulletproof where their armor covers them.
* AttackItsWeakPoint:
** See that big glowing red tumor-thing
in the story hollow between a Glava-Smech J'avo's mandibles? ''Shoot it!''
** Napads have a huge chink in their armor under their shoulders; hitting them here, or making a new weakspot by blowing off their armor with a grenade, is the only way to efficiently hurt them.
** Shooting a Ruka-Bedem J'avo anywhere that's not being covered by its shield-arm is a waste of time and ammo.
* TheBerserker: Glava-Begunats J'avo and Napads both attack wildly and ferociously, with no greater purpose than rending victims apart with their bare hands.
* BewareMyStingerTail: Strelats can lash a foe with their barbed tail up close.
* BladeBelowTheShoulder: The Ruka-Srp mutation is a "blade replacing the limb" variant, giving the J'avo a massive, sickle-like reaping claw.
* BodyHorror: Just the default J'avo has a torn up face with multiple, slime-weeping inhuman eyes staring out
at all. He IS random points. Bu it is their mutative abilities that truly distort them into grotesque new forms.
* BreathWeapon: The Glava-Dim J'avo constantly exhale a toxic smoke that poisons and blinds anyone who comes near them.
* CombatTentacles: The Ruka-Khvatanje J'avo use their centipede-like arm to reach out and grapple victims from afar in a case of TentacleRope. If they want to soften their victim up first, they can just pummel them senseless from afar by using their arm like a giant [[WhipItGood whip]].
* CreepyCrows: The Mesests look like distorted, humanoid crows.
* ExtremityExtremist: J'avo will only make melee attacks with the limbs that have mutated. Noga-Oklop J'avo in particular rely on kicking first and foremost, even ignoring their guns to do so.
* EyesDoNotBelongThere: A J'avo's face sprouts multiple eyes as part of the infection, visibly tearing up their face in the process.
* InASingleBound: Noga-Skakanje J'avo are
just as capable in combat of leaping around as all the other characters, though. Taken UpToEleven in that combat grasshoppers they resemble. Noga-Trchanje aren't so spectacular at leaping, but still make some mighty impressive jumps and assisting his partner is pounces.
* ItCanThink: J'avo retain ''all'' of their previous human intelligence, allowing them to plan, communicate, coordinate attacks, ''[[OhCrap use guns]]''...
* KillerGorilla: Napads looks something like skinned, armor-plated gorillas.
* LuckilyMyShieldWillProtectMe: Ruka-Bedem J'avo are NighInvulnerable if you try to attack their
* MeaningfulName: All of
the ONLY thing he is allowed to do, and he is unable to do any ActionCommands except ones directly relating to countering enemies, jumping across chasms, or climbing ladders.
* NeckSnap: His finishing move, almost
specific mutation strains, the same as Chris's.
* NoNameGiven: He is only known as "Agent",
Complete Mutations and even then, he is never acknowledged by the name J'avo itself all have some logical reference behind them in Serbian, the language of the region where they are first encountered.
** J'avo is a dialect variant of "davo", the Serbian word for "Devil".
** All of the J'avo mutations begin with either "Glava", "Ruka", "Noga"
or anywhere outside "Telo", the Serbian words for "Head", "Arm", "Leg" or "Body" respectively. Take a wild guess where each mutation manifests itself?
*** "Glava-Sluz", meaning "Head-Slime", is a mutation that grants SuperSpit.
*** "Glava-Smech", meaning "Head-Laughter", is a mutation that replaces the head with an impossibly wide, gaping mouth.
*** "Glava-Begunats", meaning "Head-Runner" or "Runaway Head", is a mutation that turns the J'avo into TheBerserker.
*** "Glava-Dim", meaning "Head-Smoker", is a mutation that grants the J'avo a toxic smoke-based BreathWeapon.
*** "Ruka-Srp", meaning "Arm-Sickle", creates a mantis-like talon that functions as a BladeBelowTheShoulder.
*** "Ruka-Khvatanje", meaning "Arm-Capture" or "Catcher Arm", creates a centipede-like limb that can reach out and snag someone like CombatTentacles
of preset partner dialogue choices.the TentacleRope variety.
*** "Ruka-Bedem", meaning "Arm-Wall", creates [[LuckilyMyShieldWillProtectMe a super-durable shield to cover the torso and head]].
*** "Noga-Trchanje" meaning "Leg-Work", turns the J'avo into a spider-taur creature that has WallCrawling and [[InASingleBound enhanced leaping]] abilities.
*** "Noga-Let" meaning "Leg-Flight", gives the J'avo wings and lets it fly.
*** "Noga-Skakanje" meaning "Leg-Hopper" or "Leg-Jumps", gives the J'avo grasshopper-like legs that
*** "Noga-Oklop" meaning "Leg-Armor", covers the J'avo's legs in powerful armored muscles that deflect bullets and let it deliver devastating kicks.
*** "Telo-Ekspolzija", meaning "Body-Explosions", turns the J'avo into an ActionBomb.
*** "Telo-Krljusht", meaning "Body-Scales", covers the J'avo in a biological BulletProofVest that makes them NighInvulnerable.
*** "Telo-Magla", meaning "Body-Mist", causes the J'avo to start generating [[SmokeOut obscuring mist]].
** The "Strelats" mutation takes its name from the Serbian for "to shoot" or "shooter", and it attacks primarily with a biological FlechetteStorm.
** The "Napad" mutation takes its name from the Serbian for "attack" or "assault", and it's the most heavily armored and violent mutation.
** The "Mesets" mutation is a flying CreepyCrows creature that takes its name from the Serbian for "moon".
** The "Gnezdo" mutation takes its name from the Serbian for "nest" and is a hive-minded swarm of mutant insects.
* NighInvulnerable: You cannot hurt a Napad unless you breach its armor, whilst Telo-Krljusht J'avo can't be hurt, ''period'', by anything other than melee attacks or explosives. Meanwhile, Gnezdo are immune to pretty much any attack that doesn't hit their HiveQueen.
* OneHitKill: The Gava-Smech J'avo ''will'' bite you in half in a single shot if you let it get too close.
* SuperStrength: Napads and Noga-Oklop J'avo are immensely strong and hit like a runaway train if you let them get close to you.
* SuperSpit: The Glava-Sluz J'avo can spray a noxious slime that encases a victim and holds them in place.
* TearsOfBlood: In an overlap with BadBlackBarf; J'avo weep thick, slimy black tears from all of their eyes, covering their faces in trails of noxious black muck.
* TechnicallyLivingZombie: J'avo are technically zombies of the "rage zombie" variety; living humans infected with a plague, they technically retain all of their
* WallCrawling: The Noga-Trchanje J'avo are capable of doing this... but what would you expect when their lower body has been replaced by a GiantSpider?
* WingedHumanoid:
** Noga-Let J'avo are a twisted variant; their legs have mutated by fusing together into a single large moth-like organism, which flies whilst trailing the still-conscious and aware humanoid torso of the J'avo beneath it like a disfigured, oversized abdomen.
** Telo-Magla J'avo are a technicality; they have multiple wings growing from their bodies, but these can't fly, they just disperse the smoke it secretes around their body.
** Mesets are humanoid CreepyCrows with fully functional wings.
* TheWormThatWalks: The Gnezdo are a variant of these; most of their bugs are small, making them extremely hard to hurt, but their consciousness resides in a single massive bee-like "HiveQueen" -- kill it, and you kill them.



[[folder: President Adam Benford]]

The President of the United States in 2013 and a personal friend of Leon's. He and Leon together started the Division of Security Operations, a federal bio-terrorism response unit that succeeds the earlier Federal Bio-terrorism Commission. He is infected and turned in the Tall Oaks outbreak, forcing Leon to put him down.

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[[folder: President Adam Benford]]

The President of the United States in 2013
C-Viral B.O.Ws]]
Assorted deliberately engineered mutations released by Neo-Umbrella; Brzak, Illuzija, Lepotica, Ogroman, Rasklapanje
and a personal friend of Leon's. He Ubistvo. Ubistvo and Leon together started the Division Lepotica occupy an unusual spot on this list, because they're both implied to be more unique kinds of Security Operations, a federal bio-terrorism response unit that succeeds the earlier Federal Bio-terrorism Commission. He is infected and turned in the Tall Oaks outbreak, forcing Leon to put him down.Complete Mutation.



* BenevolentBoss: If Leon's fondness of him is any indication, he was this.
* FirstNameBasis: With Leon, due to their history together.
* OurPresidentsAreDifferent: Of the "President Personable" kind, right down to being targeted by the conspiracy.
* PosthumousCharacter: His death plays a large role in the events of the game, but we only ever see him as a zombie and in Leon's flashbacks.
* PresidentEvil: Completely averted. He is a good man and a ReasonableAuthorityFigure who wants to come clean about the Raccoon City incident to the world, including the U.S. government's part in it, so they can all move forward and start working together to fight bio-terrorism.
* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: He's honest, listens to his subordinates, and tries to promote trustworthy, competent people to where they can do the most good. And when [[spoiler:Helena is found blameless for her part in his death]], Leon says President Benford would have said the same.
* RememberTheNewGuy: He was Leon's recruiter before the events of [=RE4=] and has been his friend for a decade, but he was never mentioned before. Justified in that he has little to do with fieldwork, which is basically all we see.
* RetiredBadass: Ex-military. Sadly, it doesn't help him.
* StakingTheLovedOne: Leon is forced to shoot his reanimated corpse. It's clearly a distressing event for Leon, who for once is hesitant, shaky, and even tries futilely to talk him down.

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* BenevolentBoss: If Leon's fondness AnimateBodyParts: Rasklapanje takes this to the level of him being a twisted variant of TheWormThatWalks.
* AttackItsWeakPoint:
** You can ''only'' hurt Illuzija by shooting it in its mouth.
** Killing Ogromen requires grabbing the mechanical pieces hanging of out its back to expose its beating heart, so you can then shoot it.
* TheBerserker: The Ubistvo
is any indication, he was this.
just a mindless killing machine that attacks everything in sight.
* FirstNameBasis: With Leon, due BodyHorror: Where do we even start?
** Brzak resembles a monstrous, deformed shark with claw-like hand-flippers and an extendable claw on its tongue.
** Illuzija resembles a giant, eyeless snake with skin torn open over underlying bone plates in random spots and a mouth filled with what are either ''wriggling fangs'' or ''insect claws''.
** Lepotica is a pear-shaped, vaguely feminine creature whose head can open up like a flower, with its upper jaw hinging open 180 degrees before the right and left sides of the face peel away,
to expose a lashing, worm-like tongue. It's also covered in dozens of viral gas-generating sacks on its torso that look like sagging breasts.
** Ogroman is a distorted, hunch-backed, skeletal giant with a too-wide mouth that contains only a handful of twisted, tusk-like teeth. It also has a mechanical implant dangling out of its hump; pulling on this will yank its distorted heart mostly out of its body, exposing its weakspot.
** Rasklapanje looks like it has melted its skin, almost leech-like, before its various body-parts separate and crawl around with throbbing, pink, intestinal-looking tentacles.
** Ubistvo has bony armor growing out of its twisted legs, a severe case of TwoFaced that's resulted in half of its face being just... gone so that two bugs can protrude from where the brain was, and its right arm being twisted into an organic chainsaw. Which is actually made up of its heart and ribcage.
* ChainsawsAreGood: Not when they're organic chainsaws being wielded by TheBerserker, they're not!
* EyelessFace: The Illuzija's eyes are just... gone.
* EyeScream: It's unclear if the Illuzija's eyes melted or were just grown over. Still, that's not natural. Also, you gouge out Brzak's eyes as part of fighting it.
* FogOfDoom: The Lepotica ''creates'' this by dispersing clouds of C-Viral fumes, turning those near her into C-Virus Zombies.
* HealingFactor: You basically ''can't'' kill a Rasklapanje, it just regenerates all the damage you do.
* MeaningfulName: As with the other C-Virus monsters, they all have names that mean something special in Serbian.
** Brzak means "rapids", and it is actually fought in that location.
** Illuzija means "illusion" or "phantom", and it's capable of rendering itself invisible.
** Lepotica means "(Feminine) Beauty", serving as an IronicName referring to its grotesquely feminine form.
** Ogroman means "Enormous/Gigantic", and is a towering giant creature.
** Rasklapanje means "Dismantle", and it has the power to break down into a swarm of AnimateBodyParts and then reassemble itself.
** Ubistvo means "Murder", and it's TheBerserker and armed with an array of OneHitKill attacks.
* MultiBoobage: Lepotica is covered in grotesquely breast-like gas-sacks.
* MythologyGag: You have to roam through Illuzija's lair, avoiding deadly ambushes, and kill it by shooting it in its open mouth. Very much like the fights against Yawn in ''VideoGame/ResidentEvilTheUmbrellaChronicles''.
* OneHitKill: Most of the Ubistvo's attacks are instant death if they land.
* OurGiantsAreBigger: Ogroman is the biggest humanoid B.O.W seen in the series, surpassed only by the Uroboros Aheri from ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil5''.
* ScaledUp: Illuzija is a gargantuan, man-eating, invisible snake with [[ItCanThink human-like intelligence]]... because it used to ''be'' a human.
* SissyVillain: Lepotica may, arguably, be female, but its effeminate giggling and squealing still conveys this feel.
* ThreateningShark: Brzak, in a nutshell. A giant intelligent shark that likes freshwater, has something approaching CombatTentacles for atongue, and can climb on land.
* WasOnceAMan: The Iluzja and the Brzak might ''look'' like mutant animals, but they began as human beings before being infected with the C-Virus. Good gods...
* TheWormThatWalks: Rasklapanje's various organs are all independently thinking and functioning creatures that just so happen to choose to form a single humanoid form at times. For bonus points, even in
their history together.combined state, they look like a humanoid leech.
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[[folder: Ustanak]]
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A Nemesis-like B.O.W. used by Carla Radames to pursue and capture Jake Muller.
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* AnArmAndALeg: A file mentions the test subject that became it lost his right arm in a lab accident, prompting ...
* ArtificialLimbs[=/=]SwissArmyAppendage: And it has a lot of accessories for it.
** ArmCannon / GatlingGood
** EpicFlail
** PlayingWithSyringes
** ThisIsADrill
** WolverineClaws
* AttackItsWeakPoint: Its only vulnerable point is its oversized heart. It takes alot of damage for it to be vulnerable itself, though.
* BeatThemAtTheirOwnGame: When it attacks Jake and Sherry with a drill, they counter with a mining drill of their own, eventually overpowering and impaling it.
* BlondGuysAreEvil: While only tufts of hair on his head, they're still there.
* BookEnds: He's both the first and the last boss you face in Jake's campaign.
* CrazyPrepared: He brings spare arms to encounters so that he can stay up to speed in a fight. Helena even acknowledges this in her one encounter with him.
-->'''Helena:''' Give him credit. At least he came prepared.
* '''{{Determinator}}''': Just like his [[VideoGame/ResidentEvil3Nemesis predecessor]], he doesn't know when or how to quit. Once you have been targeted, you are as good as dead, unless you are a {{Badass}} like our heroes/heroines.
* TheDragon: To Carla.
** DragonTheirFeet: Continues its mission [[spoiler:in spite of her death]].
* DumbMuscle: Subverted; despite its inhumanity, it keeps an impressive level of intelligence. It's capable of using and adapting its equipment to the task at hand and will wise up to Jake and Sherry's stealth tactics if they futz up too much. In fact, one file mentions the C-Virus may have actually ''increased'' its intelligence as a side effect.
* FinalBoss: Of Jake's campaign.
* HealingFactor: Averted; despite being a C-Virus B.O.W., and despite being super tough, it lacks even conventional healing ability. Six months later, it still sports the wounds Jake and Sherry gave it with a mining drill. A file mentions the C-Virus didn't even regenerate its lost right arm prior, prompting ArtificialLimbs to compensate.
* TheHeavy: In Jake's campaign.
* IJustWantToBeBadass: If one of the files really is his diary entry just before being injected, all he once dreamed of was being reborn as a super powered being.
* ImplacableMan: It relentlessly hunts down Jake and Sherry, whether they're running from him inside a building, or trying to escape it while on a helicopter.
* LightningBruiser: Don't let its size fool you; this thing is incredibly fast, and deadly in melee range. Sherry even acknowledges that it is fast for its size.
* MookMaker: Creates the Oko creatures from an organ on its back. They function as a PatrollingMook for it.
* RecurringBoss: Hounds Jake and Sherry from beginning to end and even has a round with Leon and Helena.
* StrongAsTheyNeedToBe: The Ustanak's strength fluctuates depending on how much of a threat the plot needs him to be. He can go from a NighInvulnerable OneHitKill machine to being weak enough that Jake can trade blows with him in close quarters.
* TranquilFury: [[spoiler:After Carla's death]], a file mentions it may have this or sadness.
* UndyingLoyalty: A file mentions it has this towards Carla. According to another file, he had been this way before being transformed into Ustanak.


* OurPresidentsAreDifferent: Of [[/folder]]

[[folder: HAOS]]
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The ultimate creation of Carla, designed to infect
the "President Personable" kind, right down to being targeted by world.
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* AdvancingBossOfDoom: The first couple of stages just consist of running from
the conspiracy.
thing.
* PosthumousCharacter: His death plays a large role in the events ArtisticLicenseBiology: An odd subversion. While there are many examples of the game, but we only ever C-virus stretching the bounds on conservation of mass with its mutations ([[spoiler:with the enhanced C-virus breaking the bubble entirely]]), there seems to be a hint that HAOS was made using numerous bodies. Examining its chrysalis with a sniper rifle, one can see him as a zombie encased bodies sticking out of the cocoon.
* TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt: Designed to do this, though it was awakened too early to be fully active,
and in Leon's flashbacks.
* PresidentEvil: Completely averted. He
is a good man and a ReasonableAuthorityFigure who wants to come clean about the Raccoon City incident to the world, including the U.S. government's part in it, so they can all move forward and start working together to fight bio-terrorism.
* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: He's honest, listens to his subordinates, and tries to promote trustworthy, competent people to where they can do the most good. And when [[spoiler:Helena is found blameless for her part in his death]], Leon says President Benford would have said the same.
* RememberTheNewGuy: He was Leon's recruiter
killed before the events of [=RE4=] and has been his friend for a decade, but he was never mentioned before. Justified in it can carry out its mission.
* FinalBoss: Of Chris's campaign.
* GameplayAndStorySegregation: Possesses no attacks
that he has little to do with fieldwork, which is basically all we see.
* RetiredBadass: Ex-military. Sadly,
spread infection, despite it doesn't help him.
being its main function.
* StakingTheLovedOne: Leon is forced to shoot his reanimated corpse. It's clearly HealingFactor: Regenerates from being blown in half a distressing event for Leon, who for once is hesitant, shaky, few times over the course of the battle.
* ImplacableMan: Takes multiple rounds of fire
and even tries futilely battles to talk him take down. [[spoiler:And even then, it only dies from Piers's final attack and the base explosion.]]
* MultiArmedAndDangerous: Of varying sizes, spread all over its grotesque body.
* SequentialBoss: Has about five stages to him.
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* [[ColorCodedCharacters Color-Coded Character]]: Her outfit is dark blue, in direct contrast to Ada's usual bright red motif. Also, in terms of material - Ada prefers to wear softer, flowing materials; whereas Carla's dress seems to be a thicker, fibrous, more conservative polyester fabric
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* NotSoHarmlessVillain: Thanks to a TraumaCongaLine that starts with CloningBlues and FakeMemories, Carla goes from an out-of-left-field villain with a simple case of WomanScorned to the villain responsible for causing the most destruction on a global scale in the entire game series.

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* NotSoHarmlessVillain: Thanks to a TraumaCongaLine that starts with [[spoiler: CloningBlues and FakeMemories, FakeMemories]], Carla goes from an out-of-left-field villain with a simple case of WomanScorned to the villain responsible for causing the most destruction on a global scale in the entire game series.
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* NotSoHarmlessVillain: Thanks to a TraumaCongaLine that starts with CloningBlues and FakeMemories, Carla goes from an out-of-left-field villain with a simple case of WomanScorned to the villain responsible for causing the most destruction on a global scale in the entire game series.
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* ForTheEvulz: Unlike Wesker, whose delusions of grandeur led him to believe that B.O.W. experimentation would unlock the next stage of human evolution, Carla's primary goal is initially rooted in her vengeful designs against Simmons - she has [[NoSympathy zero remorse]] for any living thing, human or otherwise (save for the Ustanak), and her residual OmnicidalManiac tendencies appear to all be simply for the sake of plunging the world into chaos. However, her severe [[spoiler: CloningBlues-induced VillainousBreakdown and endgame AGodAmI speech]] seems to illustrate that she's perhaps [[NotSoDifferent more like Albert Wesker than she'd probably like to admit]].
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* UpToEleven: Let it be once again stated: recall Nemesis, generally considered Umbrella's most dangerous BOW of all time? Well, this is that monster ''taken to its logical conclusion''. Ustanak is faster, stronger, more agile, and, most dangerous of all, ''smarter''. Quite literally the only thing the original has over the second draft is the oddly-absent [[HealingFactor regeneration ability]].
* ReplacementScrappy: Let's face it, for all Ustanak's attempts to be a next gen Nemesis, it falls flat on so many leaves. For instance, the Nemesis was a legit hunter who would show up at both set, and random, times. First several times through you never knew when or where the beast was going to show up, and the only real safe place was a save room, a save room that he would be waiting right outside when you were done. Ustanak on the other hand only shows up in set cutscenes and has bright red exploding barrels announce his arrival in the boss room for every fight. Once you see them, you know who is about to show up.

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* UpToEleven: Let it be once again stated: recall Nemesis, generally considered Umbrella's most dangerous BOW of all time? Well, this is that monster ''taken to its logical conclusion''. Ustanak is faster, stronger, more agile, and, most dangerous of all, ''smarter''. Quite literally the only thing the original has over the second draft is the oddly-absent [[HealingFactor regeneration ability]].
* ReplacementScrappy: Let's face it, for all Ustanak's attempts to be a next gen Nemesis, it falls flat on so many leaves. For instance, the Nemesis was a legit hunter who would show up at both set, and random, times. First several times through you never knew when or where the beast was going to show up, and the only real safe place was a save room, a save room that he would be waiting right outside when you were done. Ustanak on the other hand only shows up in set cutscenes and has bright red exploding barrels announce his arrival in the boss room for every fight. Once you see them, you know who is about to show up.

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* ReplacementScrappy: Let's face it, for all Ustanak's attempts to be a next gen Nemesis, it falls flat on so many leaves. For instance, the Nemesis was a legit hunter who would show up at both set, and random, times. First several times through you never knew when or where the beast was going to show up, and the only real safe place was a save room, a save room that he would be waiting right outside when you were done. Ustanak on the other hand only shows up in set cutscenes and has bright red exploding barrels announce his arrival in the boss room for every fight. Once you see them, you know who is about to show up.
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* InsaneTrollLogic: His idea of [[spoiler: averting a ''possible'' disaster that might occur from President Benford revealing the truth about Raccoon City was to ''cause'' an actual disaster by infecting and nuking Tall Oaks]]. Leon and Helena even point this out to him.


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* StartXToStopX: His idea of [[spoiler: averting a ''possible'' disaster that might occur from President Benford revealing the truth about Raccoon City was to ''cause'' an actual disaster by infecting and nuking Tall Oaks]]. Leon and Helena even point this out to him.
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* TheNicknamer: Calls Sherry "super girl" and the BSAA "boy scouts".

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* TheNicknamer: Calls TheNicknamer:
** He calls
Sherry "super girl" and girl".
** Like Wesker in Chris's ending in ''VideoGame/MarvelVSCapcom3'', he calls
the BSAA "boy scouts".
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