History Fridge / ResidentEvil2

1st May '16 11:02:21 AM thatsnumberwang
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* William Birkin injected himself with the G-Virus, knowing full well that the virus could drive him to hunt down his own daughter and [[{{Squick}} inject her with mutated embryos.]] [[SarcasmMode Father of the year, people!]]

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** The most logical answer is that he didn't feel like preventing her from turning into a zombie, and proceeded to wander from the torture chamber either into the police station or the sewer.
* William Birkin injected himself with the G-Virus, knowing full well that the virus could drive him to hunt down his own daughter and [[{{Squick}} inject her with mutated embryos.]] [[SarcasmMode Father of the year, people!]]
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13th Feb '16 7:28:10 PM MURPHYCHACHO
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* William Birkin injected himself with the G-Virus, knowing full well that the virus could drive him to hunt down his own daughter and [[{{Squick}} inject her with mutated embryos.]] [[SarcasmMode Father of the year, people!]]
20th Aug '15 3:45:55 PM CrowTR0bot
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* Speaking of the Chief, what happened to the mayor's daughter's corpse? Obviously he took it with him when he retreated to his torture cellar, but it's not there either when you enter it.
27th Jul '15 3:54:38 PM viking1911
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Chief Irons has a pack of acid grenade rounds in his TortureCellar. At first glance, it may seem like they're there just for gameplay reasons. But think about what that room was used for, as well as the other chemicals such as chloroform and god knows what else. It's possible that Irons was secretly stealing acid rounds from the armory and using the sulfuric acid to torture people or break down their bodies BreakingBad style to hide the evidence. How did he manage to get the acid out of the grenades without blowing himself up? In the remake, Barry refers to acid rounds as a "can of fizz" so maybe there's a way to easily open them up.

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* Chief Irons has a pack of acid grenade rounds in his TortureCellar. At first glance, it may seem like they're there just for gameplay reasons. But think about what that room was used for, as well as the other chemicals such as chloroform and god knows what else. It's possible that Irons was secretly stealing acid rounds from the armory and using the sulfuric acid to torture people or break down their bodies BreakingBad style to hide the evidence. How did he manage to get the acid out of the grenades without blowing himself up? In the remake, Barry refers to acid rounds as a "can of fizz" so maybe there's a way to easily open them up.
27th Jul '15 4:29:34 AM viking1911
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Chief Irons has a pack of acid grenade rounds in his TortureCellar. At first glance, it may seem like they're there just for gameplay reasons. But think about what that room was used for, as well as the other chemicals such as chloroform and god knows what else. It's possible that Irons was secretly stealing acid rounds from the armory and using the sulfuric acid to torture people or break down their bodies BreakingBad style to hide the evidence. How did he manage to get the acid out of the grenades without blowing himself up? In REmake, Barry refers to acid rounds as a "can of fizz" so there may be some way to easily open them up.

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Chief Irons has a pack of acid grenade rounds in his TortureCellar. At first glance, it may seem like they're there just for gameplay reasons. But think about what that room was used for, as well as the other chemicals such as chloroform and god knows what else. It's possible that Irons was secretly stealing acid rounds from the armory and using the sulfuric acid to torture people or break down their bodies BreakingBad style to hide the evidence. How did he manage to get the acid out of the grenades without blowing himself up? In REmake, the remake, Barry refers to acid rounds as a "can of fizz" so there may be some maybe there's a way to easily open them up.
27th Jul '15 4:23:44 AM viking1911
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* As pointed out in a fan FAQ, the reason why HUNK's team attacked Birkin's lab in the first place was revenge for Wesker and Birkin stealing credit on the Nemesis project from the French branch of Umbrella by producing a viable sample in Lisa Trevor. With Wesker gone, Birkin was vulnerable and he had a shiny new virus that was ripe for the taking. This is proven by HUNK's CO being the R&D chief of the French branch, as well as certain details from the Wesker Report.

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* As pointed out in a fan FAQ, the reason why HUNK's team attacked Birkin's lab in the first place was revenge for Wesker and Birkin stealing credit on the Nemesis project from the French branch of Umbrella by producing a viable sample in Lisa Trevor. With Wesker gone, Birkin was vulnerable and he had a shiny new virus that was ripe for the taking. This is proven by HUNK's CO being the R&D chief of the French branch, as well as certain details from the Wesker Report.Report.

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Chief Irons has a pack of acid grenade rounds in his TortureCellar. At first glance, it may seem like they're there just for gameplay reasons. But think about what that room was used for, as well as the other chemicals such as chloroform and god knows what else. It's possible that Irons was secretly stealing acid rounds from the armory and using the sulfuric acid to torture people or break down their bodies BreakingBad style to hide the evidence. How did he manage to get the acid out of the grenades without blowing himself up? In REmake, Barry refers to acid rounds as a "can of fizz" so there may be some way to easily open them up.
27th Apr '15 10:30:13 AM krumwieder
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* If you watched the cutscene where mutated William attacked the soldiers, you can see that we saw three of them getting killed, but there were four of them. The one who escape was Hunk.

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* If you watched the cutscene where mutated William attacked the soldiers, you can see that we saw three of them getting killed, but there were four of them. The one who escape escaped was Hunk.
20th Feb '15 11:27:35 PM MaskedAndDangerous
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* It seems a bit odd that, when trying to start up the train in the B Scenarios, the game requires you to pick up two Joint Plugs and then immediately use them one room later, with nothing in between. Even more odd is that you only have to use one of the plugs on the generator - it automatically places the second one in with the first - when every other part of the game has you use items individually. Odd until you realize that what the game is doing is forcing you to have two inventory slots open, so that you can pick up the two-slot rocket launcher [[spoiler:Ada]] throws to you during the [[spoiler:Mr. X/Tyrant]] fight that starts immediately afterwards.

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* It seems a bit odd that, when trying to start up the train in the B Scenarios, the game requires you to pick up two Joint Plugs and then immediately use them one room later, with nothing in between. Even more odd is that you only have to use one of the plugs on the generator - it automatically places the second one in with the first - when every other part of the game has you use items individually. Odd until you realize that what the game is doing is forcing you to have two inventory slots open, so that you can pick up the two-slot rocket launcher [[spoiler:Ada]] throws to you during the [[spoiler:Mr. X/Tyrant]] fight that starts immediately afterwards.afterwards.
* As pointed out in a fan FAQ, the reason why HUNK's team attacked Birkin's lab in the first place was revenge for Wesker and Birkin stealing credit on the Nemesis project from the French branch of Umbrella by producing a viable sample in Lisa Trevor. With Wesker gone, Birkin was vulnerable and he had a shiny new virus that was ripe for the taking. This is proven by HUNK's CO being the R&D chief of the French branch, as well as certain details from the Wesker Report.
1st Aug '14 5:37:15 PM lildragon96
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* It seems a bit odd that, when trying to start up the train in the Claire B Scenario (and possibly the Leon B Scenario, this troper hasn't played it yet), the game requires you to pick up two Joint Plugs and then immediately use them one room later, with nothing in between. Even more odd is that you only have to use one of the plugs on the generator - it automatically places the second one in with the first - when every other part of the game has you use items individually. Odd until you realize that what the game is doing is forcing you to have two inventory slots open, so that you can pick up the two-slot rocket launcher [[spoiler:Ada]] throws to you during the [[spoiler:Mr. X/Tyrant]] fight that starts immediately afterwards.

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* It seems a bit odd that, when trying to start up the train in the Claire B Scenario (and possibly the Leon B Scenario, this troper hasn't played it yet), Scenarios, the game requires you to pick up two Joint Plugs and then immediately use them one room later, with nothing in between. Even more odd is that you only have to use one of the plugs on the generator - it automatically places the second one in with the first - when every other part of the game has you use items individually. Odd until you realize that what the game is doing is forcing you to have two inventory slots open, so that you can pick up the two-slot rocket launcher [[spoiler:Ada]] throws to you during the [[spoiler:Mr. X/Tyrant]] fight that starts immediately afterwards.
17th Jul '14 12:54:49 PM lildragon96
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* Why does Wesker have a picture of Rebecca Chambers? In ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil0'', he apparently recognizes her as one of the newest members of S.T.A.R.S while searching that picture, and leading an investigation of the first game.

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* Why does Wesker have a picture of Rebecca Chambers? In ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil0'', he apparently recognizes her as one of the newest members of S.T.A.R.S while searching that picture, and leading an investigation of the first game.game.
* It seems a bit odd that, when trying to start up the train in the Claire B Scenario (and possibly the Leon B Scenario, this troper hasn't played it yet), the game requires you to pick up two Joint Plugs and then immediately use them one room later, with nothing in between. Even more odd is that you only have to use one of the plugs on the generator - it automatically places the second one in with the first - when every other part of the game has you use items individually. Odd until you realize that what the game is doing is forcing you to have two inventory slots open, so that you can pick up the two-slot rocket launcher [[spoiler:Ada]] throws to you during the [[spoiler:Mr. X/Tyrant]] fight that starts immediately afterwards.
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