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22nd Feb '17 12:16:19 AM WanderingBrowser
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** It was eventually explained via subtle RetCon that the T-virus and its variants weren't 100% effective and roughly 10% of humanity was resistant to it to some degree, in comparison to the original games running off the assumption that "your character is just so badass that they never got hit". Furthermore, Umbrella has worked on various antiviruses to the T-virus, most notably seen in ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil3Nemesis''.


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** In ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil7Biohazard'', both Ethan Winters and Zoe Baker are this to a degree, downplaying the trope. [[spoiler: Ethan is heavily resistant to the MindControl aspect of the mutamycete's fungal infection, and so he doesn't start to begin suffering it until the final minutes of the game. Zoe, meanwhile, seems to be completely immune to the MindControl side of the infection, which is why she is TheUnfavorite amongst her infected kin, but this doesn't protect her from Eveline's ability to simply kill off those who are infected with her fungus, even after taking the fungicidal serum.]]
14th Feb '17 11:27:59 AM Morgenthaler
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* A big plot point in the second season of ''DarkAngel'' and the three follow-up novels. The BreedingCult plan to unleash a disease that only they will survive, but Max turns out to possess total immunity

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* A big plot point in the second season of ''DarkAngel'' ''Series/DarkAngel'' and the three follow-up novels. The BreedingCult plan to unleash a disease that only they will survive, but Max turns out to possess total immunity
24th Jan '17 5:51:48 AM Morgenthaler
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Compare IdealIllnessImmunity, a character or species that isn't just resistent to this one disease, but ''cannot'' get sick, ever.
21st Jan '17 6:52:02 AM Clare
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* In ''Literature/TheDeathCure'', turns out most of the Gladers, along with a very small percentage of the world's population called [[{{ExactlyWhatItSaysontheTin}} "Immunes"]] are immune to the Flare. In fact, being this is why most of the Gladers were picked by WICKED in the first place, because they wanted to research their brains to find a cure. The few Gladers who are not immune were chosen as control subjects.

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* In ''Literature/TheDeathCure'', turns out it is revealed that most of the Gladers, kids who were part of WICKED's Trials, along with a very small percentage of the world's population called [[{{ExactlyWhatItSaysontheTin}} "Immunes"]] "Immunes"]], are immune to the Flare. In fact, being this is why most of the Gladers were picked by Flare. WICKED in the first place, took them from their families because they wanted to research study their brains in the hope that this would eventually lead to find a cure. The few Gladers among them who are not immune were chosen as control subjects.
10th Jan '17 8:17:36 AM Clare
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* In ''Literature/TheDeathCure'', turns out most of the Gladers and Brenda and Jorge, along with a very small percentage of the world's population called [[{{ExactlyWhatItSaysontheTin}} "Immunes"]] are immune to the Flare. In fact, being this is why spoiler:most of the Gladers were picked by WICKED in the first place, because they wanted to research their brains to find a cure. The few Gladers who are not immune were chosen as control subjects.

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* In ''Literature/TheDeathCure'', turns out most of the Gladers and Brenda and Jorge, Gladers, along with a very small percentage of the world's population called [[{{ExactlyWhatItSaysontheTin}} "Immunes"]] are immune to the Flare. In fact, being this is why spoiler:most most of the Gladers were picked by WICKED in the first place, because they wanted to research their brains to find a cure. The few Gladers who are not immune were chosen as control subjects.
10th Jan '17 8:15:18 AM Clare
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* In ''Literature/TheDeathCure'', turns out [[spoiler:most of the Gladers]] and [[spoiler:Brenda and Jorge, along with a very small percentage of the world's population called [[{{ExactlyWhatItSaysontheTin}} "Immunes"]]]] are immune to the Flare. In fact, being this is why [[spoiler:most of the Gladers were picked by WICKED in the first place, because they wanted to research their brains to find a cure]].

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* In ''Literature/TheDeathCure'', turns out [[spoiler:most most of the Gladers]] Gladers and [[spoiler:Brenda Brenda and Jorge, along with a very small percentage of the world's population called [[{{ExactlyWhatItSaysontheTin}} "Immunes"]]]] "Immunes"]] are immune to the Flare. In fact, being this is why [[spoiler:most spoiler:most of the Gladers were picked by WICKED in the first place, because they wanted to research their brains to find a cure]].cure. The few Gladers who are not immune were chosen as control subjects.
10th Jan '17 8:12:52 AM Clare
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* In ''Literature/TheDeathCure'', turns out [[spoiler:most of the Gladers]] and [[spoiler:Brenda and Jorge, along with a very small percentage of the world's population called [[{{ExactlyWhatItSaysontheTin}} "Immunes"]]]] are immune to the Flare. [[spoiler:Well, most of the Gladers except for Newt]]. In fact, being this is why [[spoiler:most of the Gladers were picked by WICKED in the first place, because they wanted to research their brains to find a cure]].

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* In ''Literature/TheDeathCure'', turns out [[spoiler:most of the Gladers]] and [[spoiler:Brenda and Jorge, along with a very small percentage of the world's population called [[{{ExactlyWhatItSaysontheTin}} "Immunes"]]]] are immune to the Flare. [[spoiler:Well, most of the Gladers except for Newt]]. In fact, being this is why [[spoiler:most of the Gladers were picked by WICKED in the first place, because they wanted to research their brains to find a cure]].



* In ''Literature/TheMazeRunner'' it turns out that all but a handful of the kids in the Maze are immune to a deadly virus ravaging humanity. The lethal environment is supposed to be some sort of "stress test" to figure out what makes them immune.
10th Jan '17 8:11:27 AM Clare
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* In ''Literature/TheMazeRunner'' it turns out that [[spoiler: the kids in the maze are immune to a deadly virus ravaging humanity. The lethal environment is supposed to be some sort of "stress test" to figure out what makes them immune.]]

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* In ''Literature/TheMazeRunner'' it turns out that [[spoiler: all but a handful of the kids in the maze Maze are immune to a deadly virus ravaging humanity. The lethal environment is supposed to be some sort of "stress test" to figure out what makes them immune.]]
9th Dec '16 9:58:27 PM dvorak
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* As an AntiFrustrationFeature, this is ''usually'' the case with anything involving zombies or similar creatures in video games. There are games where you have to manage your infection level, but they tend to be rare (examples include ''Extermination'' or ''VideoGame/ResidentEvilOutbreak''.)

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* As an AntiFrustrationFeature, this is ''usually'' the case with anything involving zombies or similar creatures in video games. There are games where you have to manage your infection level, but they tend to be rare (examples include ''Extermination'' ''VideoGame/{{Extermination}}'' or ''VideoGame/ResidentEvilOutbreak''.)
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