History TearJerker / ResidentEvil2

9th May '16 6:36:46 PM Nylsa
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** Which in the A scenario, has probably the saddest piece of music in the game. It captures the utter grief and anguish of Leon perfectly. He holds his head and falls to his knees in complete despair. Before then, he'd promised her many times his duty as a cop compels him to protect her, only to lose her before the end.

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** Which in In the A scenario, it has probably the saddest piece of music in the game. It captures the utter grief and anguish of Leon perfectly. He holds his head and falls to his knees in complete despair. Before then, he'd promised her many times his duty as a cop compels him to protect her, only to lose her before the end.



* The police station notes and logs mostly combine this and NightmareFuel, as they tell how the police officers make repeated, desperate attempts to escape or fight off the monsters they are facing, with one officer's log ending with him about to commit suicide.
* If you read his file in [[VideoGame/ResidentEvil3Nemesis the third one]] then the death of David, mentioned in a report found in the police station, become this. He was DrivenToSuicide, vowing after a 'staff meeting' (the police officers regrouping to discuss what they're going to do about the zombies) to blow his brains out due to letting a coworker [[HeroicSacrifice who saved his life at his own cost]] die due to being a coward... but the meeting was attacked by the zombies and he was torn to shreds.
* The fact that the entire Police Station had prepared a welcoming party for Leon, a new guy probably none of them had ever met. You can tell that (demented Chief Irons notwithstanding) this cozy small town police station would have been an awesome place to work at just because of the camaraderie. Then of course, T-Virus happens, and you spend the rest of the game eliminating the walking, cannibalistic carcasses of the very people who were dying to welcome you into the force.

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* The police station notes and logs mostly combine this and NightmareFuel, NightmareFuel as they tell how the police officers make repeated, desperate attempts to escape or fight off the monsters they are facing, with one officer's log ending with him about to commit suicide.
* If you read his file in [[VideoGame/ResidentEvil3Nemesis the third one]] one]], then the death of David, David's death, mentioned in a report found in the police station, become becomes this. He was DrivenToSuicide, vowing after a 'staff meeting' (the police officers regrouping to discuss what they're going to do about the zombies) to blow his brains out due to letting a coworker [[HeroicSacrifice who saved his life at his own cost]] die due to being a coward... but the meeting was attacked by the zombies and he was torn to shreds.
* The fact that the entire Police Station had prepared a welcoming party for Leon, a new guy that probably none of them had ever met. You can tell that (demented Chief Irons notwithstanding) this cozy small town police station would have been an awesome place to work at just because of the camaraderie. Then of course, the T-Virus happens, and you spend the rest of the game eliminating the walking, cannibalistic carcasses of the very people who were dying to welcome you into the force.
23rd Mar '16 5:40:53 PM dieseldragons
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** Which in the A scenario, has probably the saddest piece of music in the game. It captures the utter grief and anguish of Leon perfectly. He holds his head and falls to his knees in complete despair, promising her many times his duty as a cop compels him to protect her, only to lose her before the end.

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** Which in the A scenario, has probably the saddest piece of music in the game. It captures the utter grief and anguish of Leon perfectly. He holds his head and falls to his knees in complete despair, promising despair. Before then, he'd promised her many times his duty as a cop compels him to protect her, only to lose her before the end.
23rd Mar '16 5:39:41 PM dieseldragons
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** Which in the A scenario, has probably the saddest piece of music in the game.

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** Which in the A scenario, has probably the saddest piece of music in the game. It captures the utter grief and anguish of Leon perfectly. He holds his head and falls to his knees in complete despair, promising her many times his duty as a cop compels him to protect her, only to lose her before the end.
16th Apr '15 12:58:28 PM Guerrero
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* If you read his file in [[VideoGame/ResidentEvil3Nemesis the third one]] then the death of David, mentioned in a report found in the police station, become this. He was DrivenToSuicide, vowing after a 'staff meeting' (the police officers regrouping to discuss what they're going to do about the zombies) to blow his brains out due to letting a coworker [[HeroicSacrifice who saved his life at his own cost]] die due to being a coward... but the meeting was attacked by the zombies and he was torn to shreds.

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* If you read his file in [[VideoGame/ResidentEvil3Nemesis the third one]] then the death of David, mentioned in a report found in the police station, become this. He was DrivenToSuicide, vowing after a 'staff meeting' (the police officers regrouping to discuss what they're going to do about the zombies) to blow his brains out due to letting a coworker [[HeroicSacrifice who saved his life at his own cost]] die due to being a coward... but the meeting was attacked by the zombies and he was torn to shreds.shreds.
*The fact that the entire Police Station had prepared a welcoming party for Leon, a new guy probably none of them had ever met. You can tell that (demented Chief Irons notwithstanding) this cozy small town police station would have been an awesome place to work at just because of the camaraderie. Then of course, T-Virus happens, and you spend the rest of the game eliminating the walking, cannibalistic carcasses of the very people who were dying to welcome you into the force.
4th Mar '15 3:24:17 PM res20stupid
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* The police station notes and logs mostly combine this and NightmareFuel, as they tell how the police officers make repeated, desperate attempts to escape or fight off the monsters they are facing, with one officer's log ending with him about to commit suicide.

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* The police station notes and logs mostly combine this and NightmareFuel, as they tell how the police officers make repeated, desperate attempts to escape or fight off the monsters they are facing, with one officer's log ending with him about to commit suicide.suicide.
* If you read his file in [[VideoGame/ResidentEvil3Nemesis the third one]] then the death of David, mentioned in a report found in the police station, become this. He was DrivenToSuicide, vowing after a 'staff meeting' (the police officers regrouping to discuss what they're going to do about the zombies) to blow his brains out due to letting a coworker [[HeroicSacrifice who saved his life at his own cost]] die due to being a coward... but the meeting was attacked by the zombies and he was torn to shreds.
17th Jul '14 1:41:33 PM lildragon96
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** Who then '''dies''' in front of her, while playing one of the saddest pieces of music [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3AQICKJNOiw]] in the entire ''series''.

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** Who then '''dies''' in front of her, while While playing one of the saddest pieces of music [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3AQICKJNOiw]] in the entire ''series''.
17th Jul '14 1:38:31 PM lildragon96
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** Who then '''dies''' in front of her, while playing one of the saddest pieces of music [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3AQICKJNOiw]] in the entire ''series''.
26th Mar '13 4:50:48 PM Wooboo
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* Sherry meeting her almost dead mother in Claire B.

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* Sherry meeting her almost dead mother in Claire B.B.
* The police station notes and logs mostly combine this and NightmareFuel, as they tell how the police officers make repeated, desperate attempts to escape or fight off the monsters they are facing, with one officer's log ending with him about to commit suicide.
16th Dec '12 6:38:47 AM Mullon
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* Sherry meeting her almost dead mother in Claire B.
* Sherry Birkin. She's left alone, for the most part. Her parents barely spend time with her due to their jobs as Umbrella scientists. She gets a call from her mother, telling her to go to the police station. She goes there, only there's zombies everywhere. She's also being chased by her [[WasOnceAMan G-virus mutated father]], who [[FaceFullOfAlienWingWong wants to]] [[{{Squick}} impregnate her with an embryo]]. She gets infected, later gets cured, only to get stuck in the custody of the U.S. government. Although WordOfGod says that Sherry is in the custody of the US government, {{fanon}} disagrees, saying that she was adopted by Wesker. In short, ''nobody knows what happened to her.''
** Now Wesker [[spoiler: is dead. Quite dead.]] This troper vaguely remembers seeing (very) early screenshots of ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil5'' where Chris found a mysterious girl in suspended animation. Obviously, this did not make it into the final game, and the girl in the pod [[spoiler:turned out to be Jill Valentine]], but Sherry will not be happy that the man who promised to not forget/abandon her not only went back on his word, but ([[{{Fanon}} possibly]]) killed her adoptive father. Angst + {{psychic powers}} = very bad for Chris.
*** First off, Leon was the one who dealt with her, Chris never encountered her once. Second, no psychic powers. Third, Wesker's Report said that Wesker had her. No idea when they'll deal with that plot point again.
*** Wesker's Report, or at least that part of it, seems to have been {{Retcon}}ned out of existence. ''Darkside Chronicles'' makes it explicitly clear that Sherry and Leon were captured by the US government after [[VideoGame/ResidentEvil2 the destruction of Raccoon City]] and the government is basically holding Sherry hostage to keep Leon working for them.
*** Rest assured. Sherry Birkin has TakenALevelInBadass and is now a government agent.
*** [[spoiler: Who's adopted father turns out to be behind the assassination of the President of the United States and the deaths of several thousand people. Her G-Virus infection has also more or less made her {{Transhuman}}]]. For ''God's sake'' Capcom! [[IronWoobie Give the girl a break!]]

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* Sherry meeting her almost dead mother in Claire B.
* Sherry Birkin. She's left alone, for the most part. Her parents barely spend time with her due to their jobs as Umbrella scientists. She gets a call from her mother, telling her to go to the police station. She goes there, only there's zombies everywhere. She's also being chased by her [[WasOnceAMan G-virus mutated father]], who [[FaceFullOfAlienWingWong wants to]] [[{{Squick}} impregnate her with an embryo]]. She gets infected, later gets cured, only to get stuck in the custody of the U.S. government. Although WordOfGod says that Sherry is in the custody of the US government, {{fanon}} disagrees, saying that she was adopted by Wesker. In short, ''nobody knows what happened to her.''
** Now Wesker [[spoiler: is dead. Quite dead.]] This troper vaguely remembers seeing (very) early screenshots of ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil5'' where Chris found a mysterious girl in suspended animation. Obviously, this did not make it into the final game, and the girl in the pod [[spoiler:turned out to be Jill Valentine]], but Sherry will not be happy that the man who promised to not forget/abandon her not only went back on his word, but ([[{{Fanon}} possibly]]) killed her adoptive father. Angst + {{psychic powers}} = very bad for Chris.
*** First off, Leon was the one who dealt with her, Chris never encountered her once. Second, no psychic powers. Third, Wesker's Report said that Wesker had her. No idea when they'll deal with that plot point again.
*** Wesker's Report, or at least that part of it, seems to have been {{Retcon}}ned out of existence. ''Darkside Chronicles'' makes it explicitly clear that Sherry and Leon were captured by the US government after [[VideoGame/ResidentEvil2 the destruction of Raccoon City]] and the government is basically holding Sherry hostage to keep Leon working for them.
*** Rest assured. Sherry Birkin has TakenALevelInBadass and is now a government agent.
*** [[spoiler: Who's adopted father turns out to be behind the assassination of the President of the United States and the deaths of several thousand people. Her G-Virus infection has also more or less made her {{Transhuman}}]]. For ''God's sake'' Capcom! [[IronWoobie Give the girl a break!]]
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16th Dec '12 6:38:24 AM Mullon
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* Sherry meeting her almost dead mother in Claire B.

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* Sherry meeting her almost dead mother in Claire B.B.
* Sherry Birkin. She's left alone, for the most part. Her parents barely spend time with her due to their jobs as Umbrella scientists. She gets a call from her mother, telling her to go to the police station. She goes there, only there's zombies everywhere. She's also being chased by her [[WasOnceAMan G-virus mutated father]], who [[FaceFullOfAlienWingWong wants to]] [[{{Squick}} impregnate her with an embryo]]. She gets infected, later gets cured, only to get stuck in the custody of the U.S. government. Although WordOfGod says that Sherry is in the custody of the US government, {{fanon}} disagrees, saying that she was adopted by Wesker. In short, ''nobody knows what happened to her.''
** Now Wesker [[spoiler: is dead. Quite dead.]] This troper vaguely remembers seeing (very) early screenshots of ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil5'' where Chris found a mysterious girl in suspended animation. Obviously, this did not make it into the final game, and the girl in the pod [[spoiler:turned out to be Jill Valentine]], but Sherry will not be happy that the man who promised to not forget/abandon her not only went back on his word, but ([[{{Fanon}} possibly]]) killed her adoptive father. Angst + {{psychic powers}} = very bad for Chris.
*** First off, Leon was the one who dealt with her, Chris never encountered her once. Second, no psychic powers. Third, Wesker's Report said that Wesker had her. No idea when they'll deal with that plot point again.
*** Wesker's Report, or at least that part of it, seems to have been {{Retcon}}ned out of existence. ''Darkside Chronicles'' makes it explicitly clear that Sherry and Leon were captured by the US government after [[VideoGame/ResidentEvil2 the destruction of Raccoon City]] and the government is basically holding Sherry hostage to keep Leon working for them.
*** Rest assured. Sherry Birkin has TakenALevelInBadass and is now a government agent.
*** [[spoiler: Who's adopted father turns out to be behind the assassination of the President of the United States and the deaths of several thousand people. Her G-Virus infection has also more or less made her {{Transhuman}}]]. For ''God's sake'' Capcom! [[IronWoobie Give the girl a break!]]
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