Characters: Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City
This page is for characters introduced in Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City
only. For characters in other games or films in the game continuity, go to their respective debut media.
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Umbrella Security Service
- Faceless Goons: All the squad members have some form of face concealment.
- Gas Mask Mooks: Usually by way of respirator masks; which is justified by the fact that the T-Virus can go airborne under certain conditions.
- Hired Guns
- Multinational Team: Lupo is French, Vector is Japanese, Four-eyes is Japanese-American, Bertha is German, Beltway is Puerto-rican and Spectre is Russian.
- Villain Protagonist: Operation Raccoon City's marketing centered around them, with press detailed around them.
- The Psycho Rangers: To Echo 6. Each of the members has a specialty that is mirrored by a member of Echo 6 in a less sociopathic way.
"Who do we kill next?"
"I can see... everything..."
"This was supposed to be fun!"
"This will only hurt a moment!"
"This is all so fascinating..."
Role: Field Scientist
"We take our chances."
- An Axe to Grind
- Mama Bear: to both the team and her own children. She's even called "Wolf Mother". In her backstory, she was married to an abusive husband, and put up with it until he turned his abuse on one of their children, after which she snapped and killed him with her bare hands.
- Meaningful Name: her name means "wolf" in Italian.
- Name's the Same: Through what is almost certainly a complete coincidence, Lupo shares her nickname with a BSAA field agent from Wildstorm's relatively obscure 2008 Resident Evil six-issue limited series.
- Punch Clock Villain: Holds no particular loyalty to Umbrella, and only fights for them to support her family.
- Team Mom
- Token Good Teammate: At least, less mentally unstable than the other USS soldiers.
"Government forces have already entered the area. Do not let them secure evidence!"
Government Spec Ops / Echo 6
- Action Survivor: You wouldn't know it to look at them, but a lot of their training is in domestic situations (Dee-Ay and to some extent Harley being exempted), and it's unclear just how much field and combat experience Party Girl, Shona, and Tweed have. As a whole, they're a little less hardened than the USS strike team.
- For instance, Party Girl is clearly flagging by the end of the campaign and everyone wants to get out of dodge; in-game dialogue will have them fearful and confused at a few points, and they have little to no idea what to do with the zombie apocalypse. That said, the hail of bullets you're likely pumping out renders this trope all but invisible.
- Distaff Counterpart: It seems that their sniper, heavy weapons person, and stealth expert are female, and their leader, medic, and scientist are male; this is the opposite for the USS team.
- Helmets Are Hardly Heroic: Unlike the USS Squad, nobody on the Spec Ops team is wearing face masks or helmets.
- Miles to Go Before I Sleep: Echo Six wants out after finally evacuating Leon, Claire, and Sherry. Unfortunately, Command needs them for further missions and reluctantly orders them to stay behind to continue fighting in Raccoon City.
Crispin Jettingham callsign: DEE-AY
"Working as a team... that's the only way out of here."
- The Ace: He's been a soldier so long, he has experience with just about any weapon and the know-how to handle any combat situation.
- The Captain: He acts as one, though its unclear what his actual rank is.
- Child Soldiers: Or so it is implied.
- Good Scars, Evil Scars: Has a small one below his right eye.
- The Leader: Levelheaded variation.
- Nerves of Steel: Due to the sheer amount of experience in combat that he has. The Spec Ops trailer shows that blown to hell, though.
- Oh, Crap: He has two great ones in the Triple Impact teaser trailer.
- Straight Gay: You wouldn't know it from anything that happens in the game, but according to his creator, his callsign stands for "Don't Ask."
- Super Soldier: All his abilities sort of veer in that direction, including one by that very name.
- Word of Gay
Erez Morris callsign: HARLEY
"I don't get paid enough for this."
Lawrence Kimbala callsign: SHONA
"Move quickly; they are vulnerable!"
Role: Field Scientist
Marisa Ronson callsign: TWEED
"Quiet... second only to the sound of a deafening explosion."
Carolyn Floyd callsign: WILLOW
"Why are we twiddling with our guns? Let's go!"
- Injun Country: She grew up alone on a reservation, and learned combat and stealth there before she was ever in the military, which she joined straight out of high-school.
- Knife Nut: In the Triple Impact Trailer, she stabs the hell out of a Licker.
- Does Not Like Guns: Which started out when she threw aside a presumably perfectly functional assault rifle just to knife the thing to death.
- The Perfectionist: Possibly as a result of growing up in harsh conditions, she is always keeping her skills sharp.
Sienna Fowler callsign: PARTY GIRL
"Some party this turned out to be."
- Candid Camera Prank: Her specialty in her youth; she apparently threw wild parties for the upper-elite class and sold the footage to the highest bidders (it's unclear whether it was useful intelligence on those tapes or...something else). Regardless, she outsmarted some actual surveillance experts and was recruited afterwards.
- Deadpan Snarker
- Friendly Sniper: To counter Spectre, she's a lot more upbeat. It's even in her name.
- Fun Personified
- Bare Your Midriff: Her outfit features this, which is odd, considering the US Military doesn't allow that in real life.
"There's more than just the common cold going around down there."