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27th May '16 3:28:31 PM Jake18
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** Not to mention the fact that he's screaming through the transformation, and then ''laughing'' when it's done.

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** Not to mention the fact that he's screaming through the transformation, and then ''laughing'' when it's done. Though the [[LargeHam "EXTREEEEME MAKEOVAH!"]] bit at the end may [[{{Narm}} temper it somewhat]].
8th Apr '15 11:02:11 PM Deathhacker
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** Good news about the lickers: they are no longer poor sods reanimated twice by the t-virus. Bad news about the lickers: they can now ''reproduce''. The Squick-ness of it is horrifying because they are essentially ''reanimated bloodied corpses humping'', to ''create new bloodied corpses to hump YOU''.
3rd Apr '15 4:45:05 PM BurnedBrony
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* The implications of what would happen if Wesker's plan had succeeded are truly staggering. Umbrella's research determined that one in every 10,000 people would have the potential to become Tyrants or gain Tyrant-like powers, meaning that people within that threshold of genetic potential would survive Wesker's global saturation of Ouroboros. 1 in 10,000 people in a population of 6 billion (the population at the time of Resident Evil 5's release) would be 600,000 survivors, meaning that 5,999,400,000, people would die (unless you count being a zombie as "alive") as a result of Wesker's plan. The implication of 600,000 people with powers akin to Wesker is bad enough, but having those people running around in a world where society has collapsed, as a result of the sheer devastation brought on by the mass number of dead and infected invokes imagery of hell on Earth if there ever was one. Things only get worse when you remember that total societal collapse on the scale would remove all meaningful infrastructure that allows for comfortable living, leaving this new race of super humans to form clans and live off the land to survive; all the while fending off the vast numbers of undead that surround them. The survival of the human race in such a scenario would be extremely bleak, if not a direct path to extinction outright. [[note]]Though it should be noted, while 600,000 people is a rather bleak population size, humanity has reached numbers as low as 10,000 people before, and the general consensus is that you'd need a population of about 1000 genetically distinct people to repopulate the human race with no in-breeding. Also, since these super humans would have an advanced genome augmented by the virus they'd be more fit to survive harsh environmental factors than their ancestors. While harsh, Wesker's successors would have a higher chance of continuing the human race than previous near-extinction events humanity has faced.[[/note]]

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* The implications of what would happen if Wesker's plan had succeeded are truly staggering. Umbrella's research determined that one in every 10,000 people would have the potential to become Tyrants or gain Tyrant-like powers, meaning that people within that threshold of genetic potential would survive Wesker's global saturation of Ouroboros. 1 in 10,000 people in a population of 6 billion (the population at the time of Resident Evil 5's release) would be 600,000 survivors, survivors [[note]] 1 for every 10,000, 10 for every 100,000, 100 for every million, 1000 for every 10 million, 10,000 for every 100 million and 100,000 for every billion, hence 600,000 people[[/note]] meaning that 5,999,400,000, people would die (unless you count being a zombie as "alive") as a result of Wesker's plan. The implication of 600,000 people with powers akin to Wesker is bad enough, but having those people running around in a world where society has collapsed, as a result of the sheer devastation brought on by the mass number of dead and infected invokes imagery of hell on Earth if there ever was one. Things only get worse when you remember that total societal collapse on the scale would remove all meaningful infrastructure that allows for comfortable living, leaving this new race of super humans to form clans and live off the land to survive; all the while fending off the vast numbers of undead that surround them. The survival of the human race in such a scenario would be extremely bleak, if not a direct path to extinction outright. [[note]]Though it should be noted, while 600,000 people is a rather bleak population size, humanity has reached numbers as low as 10,000 people before, and the general consensus is that you'd need a population of about 1000 genetically distinct people to repopulate the human race with no in-breeding. Also, since these super humans would have an advanced genome augmented by the virus they'd be more fit to survive harsh environmental factors than their ancestors. While harsh, Wesker's successors would have a higher chance of continuing the human race than previous near-extinction events humanity has faced.[[/note]]
3rd Apr '15 4:40:56 PM BurnedBrony
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* The implications of what would happen if Wesker's plan had succeeded are truly staggering. Umbrella's research determined that one in every 10,000 people would have the potential to become Tyrants or gain Tyrant-like powers, meaning that people within that threshold of genetic potential would survive Wesker's global saturation of Ouroboros. 1 in 10,000 people in a population of 6 billion (the population at the time of Resident Evil 5's release) would be 600,000 survivors, meaning that or 5,999,400,000, people would die (unless you count being a zombie as "alive") as a result of Wesker's plan. The implication of 600,000 people with powers akin to Wesker is bad enough, but having those people running around in a world where society has collapsed, as a result of the sheer devastation brought on by the mass number of dead and infected invokes imagery of hell on Earth if there ever was one. Things only get worse when you remember that total societal collapse on the scale would remove all meaningful infrastructure that allows for comfortable living, leaving this new race of super humans to form clans and live off the land to survive; all the while fending off the vast numbers of undead that surround them. The survival of the human race in such a scenario would be extremely bleak, if not a direct path to extinction outright. [[note]]Though it should be noted, while 600,000 people is a rather bleak population size, humanity has reached numbers as low as 10,000 people before, and the general consensus is that you'd need a population of about 1000 genetically distinct people to repopulate the human race with no in-breeding. Also, since these super humans would have an advanced genome augmented by the virus they'd be more fit to survive harsh environmental factors than their ancestors. While harsh, Wesker's successors would have a higher chance of continuing the human race than previous near-extinction events humanity has faced.[[/note]]

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* The implications of what would happen if Wesker's plan had succeeded are truly staggering. Umbrella's research determined that one in every 10,000 people would have the potential to become Tyrants or gain Tyrant-like powers, meaning that people within that threshold of genetic potential would survive Wesker's global saturation of Ouroboros. 1 in 10,000 people in a population of 6 billion (the population at the time of Resident Evil 5's release) would be 600,000 survivors, meaning that or 5,999,400,000, people would die (unless you count being a zombie as "alive") as a result of Wesker's plan. The implication of 600,000 people with powers akin to Wesker is bad enough, but having those people running around in a world where society has collapsed, as a result of the sheer devastation brought on by the mass number of dead and infected invokes imagery of hell on Earth if there ever was one. Things only get worse when you remember that total societal collapse on the scale would remove all meaningful infrastructure that allows for comfortable living, leaving this new race of super humans to form clans and live off the land to survive; all the while fending off the vast numbers of undead that surround them. The survival of the human race in such a scenario would be extremely bleak, if not a direct path to extinction outright. [[note]]Though it should be noted, while 600,000 people is a rather bleak population size, humanity has reached numbers as low as 10,000 people before, and the general consensus is that you'd need a population of about 1000 genetically distinct people to repopulate the human race with no in-breeding. Also, since these super humans would have an advanced genome augmented by the virus they'd be more fit to survive harsh environmental factors than their ancestors. While harsh, Wesker's successors would have a higher chance of continuing the human race than previous near-extinction events humanity has faced.[[/note]]
3rd Apr '15 4:40:23 PM BurnedBrony
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* The implications of what would happen if Wesker's plan had succeeded are truly staggering. Umbrella's research determined that one in every 10,000 people would have the potential to become Tyrants or gain Tyrant-like powers, meaning that people within that threshold of genetic potential would survive Wesker's global saturation of Ouroboros. 1 in 10,000 people in a population of 6 billion (the population at the time of Resident Evil 5's release) would be 600,000 survivors, meaning that 5,400,000 people would die (unless you count being a zombie as "alive") as a result of Wesker's plan. The implication of 600,000 people with powers akin to Wesker is bad enough, but having those people running around in a world where society has collapsed, as a result of the sheer devastation brought on by the mass number of dead and infected invokes imagery of hell on Earth if there ever was one. Things only get worse when you remember that total societal collapse on the scale would remove all meaningful infrastructure that allows for comfortable living, leaving this new race of super humans to form clans and live off the land to survive; all the while fending off the vast numbers of undead that surround them. The survival of the human race in such a scenario would be extremely bleak, if not a direct path to extinction outright. [[note]]Though it should be noted, while 600,000 people is a rather bleak population size, humanity has reached numbers as low as 10,000 people before, and the general consensus is that you'd need a population of about 1000 genetically distinct people to repopulate the human race with no in-breeding. Also, since these super humans would have an advanced genome augmented by the virus they'd be more fit to survive harsh environmental factors than their ancestors. While harsh, Wesker's successors would have a higher chance of continuing the human race than previous near-extinction events humanity has faced.[[/note]]
** The Uroboros virus doesn't destroy or kill its victims, it turns them into mindless, bloodthirsty tentacle monsters ready to absorb you. And looking at Excella, the biomatter doesn't have to be alive for it to grow into something truly monstrous. So imagine 600,000 people surviving with superpowers--maybe some of them kids, who knows?--amidst 5 billion, 4 hundred thousand tentacle monsters, that only need to happen across a graveyard to become something big enough to destroy a town. And imagine them all converging together until they've consumed all life on Earth, [[SarcasmMode a continent sized tentacle monster is just LOVELY SCENERY.]]

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* The implications of what would happen if Wesker's plan had succeeded are truly staggering. Umbrella's research determined that one in every 10,000 people would have the potential to become Tyrants or gain Tyrant-like powers, meaning that people within that threshold of genetic potential would survive Wesker's global saturation of Ouroboros. 1 in 10,000 people in a population of 6 billion (the population at the time of Resident Evil 5's release) would be 600,000 survivors, meaning that 5,400,000 or 5,999,400,000, people would die (unless you count being a zombie as "alive") as a result of Wesker's plan. The implication of 600,000 people with powers akin to Wesker is bad enough, but having those people running around in a world where society has collapsed, as a result of the sheer devastation brought on by the mass number of dead and infected invokes imagery of hell on Earth if there ever was one. Things only get worse when you remember that total societal collapse on the scale would remove all meaningful infrastructure that allows for comfortable living, leaving this new race of super humans to form clans and live off the land to survive; all the while fending off the vast numbers of undead that surround them. The survival of the human race in such a scenario would be extremely bleak, if not a direct path to extinction outright. [[note]]Though it should be noted, while 600,000 people is a rather bleak population size, humanity has reached numbers as low as 10,000 people before, and the general consensus is that you'd need a population of about 1000 genetically distinct people to repopulate the human race with no in-breeding. Also, since these super humans would have an advanced genome augmented by the virus they'd be more fit to survive harsh environmental factors than their ancestors. While harsh, Wesker's successors would have a higher chance of continuing the human race than previous near-extinction events humanity has faced.[[/note]]
** The Uroboros virus doesn't destroy or kill its victims, it turns them into mindless, bloodthirsty tentacle monsters ready to absorb you. And looking at Excella, the biomatter doesn't have to be alive for it to grow into something truly monstrous. So imagine 600,000 people surviving with superpowers--maybe some of them kids, who knows?--amidst 5 billion, 999 million, 4 hundred thousand tentacle monsters, that only need to happen across a graveyard to become something big enough to destroy a town. And imagine them all converging together until they've consumed all life on Earth, [[SarcasmMode a continent sized tentacle monster is just LOVELY SCENERY.]]
1st Apr '15 6:17:36 PM BurnedBrony
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* The implications of what would happen if Wesker's plan had succeeded are truly staggering. Umbrella's research determined that one in every 10,000 people would have the potential to become Tyrants or gain Tyrant-like powers, meaning that people within that threshold of genetic potential would survive Wesker's global saturation of Ouroboros. 1 in 10,000 people in a population of 6 billion (the population at the time of Resident Evil 5's release) would be 600,000 survivors, meaning that 5,400,000 people would die (unless you count being a zombie as "alive") as a result of Wesker's plan. The implication of 600,000 people with powers akin to Wesker is bad enough, but having those people running around in a world where society has collapsed, as a result of the sheer devastation brought on by the mass number of dead and infected invokes imagery of hell on Earth if there ever was one. Things only get worse when you remember that total societal collapse on the scale would remove all meaningful infrastructure that allows for comfortable living, leaving this new race of super humans to form clans and live off the land to survive; all the while fending off the vast numbers of undead that surround them. The survival of the human race in such a scenario would be extremely bleak, if not a direct path to extinction outright.

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* The implications of what would happen if Wesker's plan had succeeded are truly staggering. Umbrella's research determined that one in every 10,000 people would have the potential to become Tyrants or gain Tyrant-like powers, meaning that people within that threshold of genetic potential would survive Wesker's global saturation of Ouroboros. 1 in 10,000 people in a population of 6 billion (the population at the time of Resident Evil 5's release) would be 600,000 survivors, meaning that 5,400,000 people would die (unless you count being a zombie as "alive") as a result of Wesker's plan. The implication of 600,000 people with powers akin to Wesker is bad enough, but having those people running around in a world where society has collapsed, as a result of the sheer devastation brought on by the mass number of dead and infected invokes imagery of hell on Earth if there ever was one. Things only get worse when you remember that total societal collapse on the scale would remove all meaningful infrastructure that allows for comfortable living, leaving this new race of super humans to form clans and live off the land to survive; all the while fending off the vast numbers of undead that surround them. The survival of the human race in such a scenario would be extremely bleak, if not a direct path to extinction outright. [[note]]Though it should be noted, while 600,000 people is a rather bleak population size, humanity has reached numbers as low as 10,000 people before, and the general consensus is that you'd need a population of about 1000 genetically distinct people to repopulate the human race with no in-breeding. Also, since these super humans would have an advanced genome augmented by the virus they'd be more fit to survive harsh environmental factors than their ancestors. While harsh, Wesker's successors would have a higher chance of continuing the human race than previous near-extinction events humanity has faced.[[/note]]
1st Apr '15 6:06:25 PM BurnedBrony
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* The implications of what would happen if Wesker's plan had succeeded are truly staggering. Umbrella's research determined that one in every 10,000 people would have the potential to become Tyrants or gain Tyrant-like powers, meaning that people within that threshold of genetic potential would survive Wesker's global saturation of Ouroboros. 1 in 10,000 people in a population of 6 billion (the population at the time of Resident Evil 5's release) would be 600,000 survivors, meaning that 5,400,000 people would die as a result of Wesker's plan. The implication of 600,000 people with powers akin to Wesker is bad enough, but having those people running around in a world where society has collapsed due to the sheer number of the dead and the mindless infected zombies is truly horrifying a concept. Things only get worse when you remember that a total societal collapse on that scale would lead to on crumbling infrastructure that will force them to survive out in nature leading to a world of survival of the fittest where undoubtedly those Wesker-class humans will fight amongst themselves and form clans to survive; the survival of the human race in such a scenario would be extremely bleak, if not a direct path to extinction outright.
** The Uroboros virus doesn't destroy or kill its victims, it turns them into mindless, bloodthirsty tentacle monsters ready to absorb you. And looking at Excella, the biomatter doesn't have to be alive for it to grow into something truly monstrous. So imagine 600,000 people surviving with superpowers--maybe some of them kids, who knows?--amidst 5 billion, 4 hundred thousand tentacle monsters, that only need to happen across a graveyard to become something big enough to destroy a town.

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* The implications of what would happen if Wesker's plan had succeeded are truly staggering. Umbrella's research determined that one in every 10,000 people would have the potential to become Tyrants or gain Tyrant-like powers, meaning that people within that threshold of genetic potential would survive Wesker's global saturation of Ouroboros. 1 in 10,000 people in a population of 6 billion (the population at the time of Resident Evil 5's release) would be 600,000 survivors, meaning that 5,400,000 people would die (unless you count being a zombie as "alive") as a result of Wesker's plan. The implication of 600,000 people with powers akin to Wesker is bad enough, but having those people running around in a world where society has collapsed due to collapsed, as a result of the sheer devastation brought on by the mass number of the dead and the mindless infected zombies is truly horrifying a concept. invokes imagery of hell on Earth if there ever was one. Things only get worse when you remember that a total societal collapse on that the scale would lead to on crumbling remove all meaningful infrastructure that will force them to survive out in nature leading to a world allows for comfortable living, leaving this new race of survival of the fittest where undoubtedly those Wesker-class super humans will fight amongst themselves and to form clans and live off the land to survive; all the while fending off the vast numbers of undead that surround them. The survival of the human race in such a scenario would be extremely bleak, if not a direct path to extinction outright.
** The Uroboros virus doesn't destroy or kill its victims, it turns them into mindless, bloodthirsty tentacle monsters ready to absorb you. And looking at Excella, the biomatter doesn't have to be alive for it to grow into something truly monstrous. So imagine 600,000 people surviving with superpowers--maybe some of them kids, who knows?--amidst 5 billion, 4 hundred thousand tentacle monsters, that only need to happen across a graveyard to become something big enough to destroy a town. And imagine them all converging together until they've consumed all life on Earth, [[SarcasmMode a continent sized tentacle monster is just LOVELY SCENERY.]]
18th Feb '15 11:04:57 PM ImSpideyTropes
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**The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5LTstWi9-NU music]] only makes matters '''much''' worse.
16th Feb '15 4:18:56 PM Troper#184
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** Chapter 5-1. The entire level has you going around a science facility, and all you ever actually see is 2 [[spoiler:lickers]] initially until the end. You walk around and, horrified, you see the god damn [[spoiler:lickers]] ''crawling all over the walls like flies; there's over 2 dozen of them in 2 glass rooms''. Any loud noises sets them off, so you quietly head to the next door thinking 'oh god oh god oh god oh god', then you have to break down a door noisily and haul ass to the elevator. And the elevator takes so long that the first few ''rows'' of [[spoiler:lickers]] will be at the door before it arrives, so you ''have to shoot them''. The 2 glass rooms actually spawn many more [[spoiler:lickers]] than you can see; namely, there's well over ''40'', and on the hardest difficulty, they will kill you ''with 1-2 tongue pulls''.

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** Chapter 5-1. The entire level has you going around a science facility, and all you ever actually see is 2 [[spoiler:lickers]] initially until the end. You walk around and, horrified, you see the god damn [[spoiler:lickers]] ''crawling all over the walls like flies; there's over 2 dozen of them in 2 glass rooms''. Any loud noises sets them off, so you quietly head to the next door thinking 'oh god God oh god God oh god God oh god', God', then you have to break down a door noisily and haul ass to the elevator. And the elevator takes so long that the first few ''rows'' of [[spoiler:lickers]] will be at the door before it arrives, so you ''have to shoot them''. The 2 glass rooms actually spawn many more [[spoiler:lickers]] than you can see; namely, there's well over ''40'', and on the hardest difficulty, they will kill you ''with 1-2 tongue pulls''.



* Dear god, [[spoiler:Irving's]] transformation. [[spoiler:Becoming a sea monster is bad enough, but being the ''tongue'' of said sea monster is just horrifying.]]

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* Dear god, God, [[spoiler:Irving's]] transformation. [[spoiler:Becoming a sea monster is bad enough, but being the ''tongue'' of said sea monster is just horrifying.]]
15th Jan '15 10:08:01 AM giygasattack
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** Don't forget that the Uroboros virus doesn't destroy or kill its victims, it turns them into mindless, bloodthirsty tentacle monsters ready to absorb you. And looking at Excella, the biomatter doesn't have to be alive for it to grow into something truly monstrous. So imagine 600,000 people surviving with superpowers--maybe some of them kids, who knows?--amidst 5 billion, 4 hundred thousand tentacle monsters, that only need to happen across a graveyard to become something big enough to destroy a town.

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** Don't forget that the The Uroboros virus doesn't destroy or kill its victims, it turns them into mindless, bloodthirsty tentacle monsters ready to absorb you. And looking at Excella, the biomatter doesn't have to be alive for it to grow into something truly monstrous. So imagine 600,000 people surviving with superpowers--maybe some of them kids, who knows?--amidst 5 billion, 4 hundred thousand tentacle monsters, that only need to happen across a graveyard to become something big enough to destroy a town.
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