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Wait a seconds...if Resident Evil 2 and 3 take place at the exact same time

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- Fri, 15 Nov 2019 05:13:23 EST UiPtVcP9 No.745856
File: 1573812803442.jpg -(111759B / 109.14KB, 600x337) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Wait a seconds...if Resident Evil 2 and 3 take place at the exact same time
Then that should mean that Wesker spared absolutely no expense to get his hands on the G-Virus didn't he? I mean think about it Umbrella sent not one but 2 genetically enhanced Tyrants to hunt for Jill, Claire, and Leon. And they took it a step further by having both Tyrants be different from one another. Mr X is like a Prototype version of Nemesis who is a more perfected equivalent to Mr X. So they sent Nemesis who is the perfect Bio-Weapon to obsessively stalk after the harder to catch target that being Jill and Mr X the equally as dangerous but slower Bio-Weapon to slow down Claire and Leon's attempt to flee the city

Also the fact how William Burkin has turned himself into an Eldrich hellspawn something straight from Akira that keeps constantly mutating until he acquires so much gore and mass that he starts assimilating with the surrounding underground architecture
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Buck Bumble - Fri, 15 Nov 2019 05:47:44 EST UcENjjuY No.745857 Reply
From what I remember Wesker had nothing to do with the events of RE 2 and 3. The Mr X tyrants and the Nemesis were deployed by Umbrella in Raccoon City as a field test, and to clean up evidence by killing survivors.

The G virus was recoverd by human agents from Umbrella.
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Garrett - Fri, 15 Nov 2019 05:51:40 EST IiO12MiV No.745859 Reply
>>745857

You mean what was left of it because Burkin felt betrayed by Umbrella after realizing what they planned to do with his creation so Ada was able to save a small sample of it. That sample would go on to be modified into a completely different virus the one tgey would field test on Eve in Resident Evil 7 since that Virus and the G-Virus share similar results like transforming you into a ravenous wall shaped flesh monster except Eve was made from pure Black Mold that grew massively in size since mold tends to soread everywhere when its located in a swamp
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Dirk the Daring - Fri, 15 Nov 2019 06:30:59 EST 20WTriXt No.745860 Reply
but what about the Ashford's
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Dregs - Fri, 15 Nov 2019 08:34:48 EST TV9Za1Xo No.745865 Reply
>>745857
Wesker was manipulating everything behind the scenes so that he could get his hands on a perfected version of the virus to use on himself. Those field tests were Wesker's way of getting data so he could turn himself into a more evolved life form.

>>745856
Wesker didn't spend a dime of his own money. He was a lead researcher for umbrella, and was given carte blanche to do whatever he wanted.
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Archangel Tyrael - Fri, 15 Nov 2019 16:02:24 EST HzYrnte1 No.745906 Reply
>>745860

That comes after. Like a year after the events of Resident Evil 2
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Archangel Tyrael - Fri, 15 Nov 2019 16:03:42 EST HzYrnte1 No.745907 Reply
>>745865

This reminds me of the plot of House of the Dead 2 except those monsters weren't bioweapons they were creatires from another dimension
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John Shepard - Fri, 15 Nov 2019 19:42:08 EST sQaWg6XX No.745920 Reply
>>745856
>And they took it a step further by having both Tyrants be different from one another.
I don't think you know a lot about the Tyrants dude. They're all prototypes. Each of them the result of different experiments.

The mass-produced tyrants were the T-103 tyrants. The fourth iteration.
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John Shepard - Fri, 15 Nov 2019 19:56:26 EST sQaWg6XX No.745923 Reply
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>>745856
I actually misspoke
Mr. X was a T-103, Nemesis was also a T-103. They're clones. Nemesis was a new experiment in implanting it with a Nemesis parasite, which if you were wondering "WTF Lisa Trevor?" That's also the nemesis parasite, but Lisa Trevor's mutated body rejected it and incorporated part of its genome into hers in a devastating reverse-CRISPR maneuver.

Nemesis was not "perfected" anything. It was just a braindead Mr. X with a not-much-smarter Goa'uld driving.

In fact, the problem with the T-102 prototype was that its intelligence was too high, and something that had to be limited to achieve the supersoldier they wanted.
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Viewtiful Joe - Sat, 16 Nov 2019 05:21:19 EST YlNd8se5 No.745962 Reply
>>745923

That explains why the T-102 impulsively "killed" Wesker without hesitation before waking up. Its very existence was just anger.
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Selphie Tilmitt - Sat, 16 Nov 2019 05:28:59 EST p3ii5NPa No.745963 Reply
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Why didn't they design more tyrants to use guns? I know arm blades and claws are more scary and cool looking but their really inefficient and retarded when you think about it.
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Lester the Unlikely - Sat, 16 Nov 2019 05:38:23 EST 7iCdshcl No.745964 Reply
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>>745923
>In fact, the problem with the T-102 prototype was that its intelligence was too high

Dude, that's completely ass-backward. The Problem with the T-102s was that their mutations where completely uncontrollable and the virus would take over the host and destroy any and all intelligence they had left. This was fixed with the restrictor coat all advanced Tyrants wear. It kept the mutations in check and allowed the Tyrant to retain a small amount of it's human intelligence. This is why all Tyrants mutate out of control and fly into an apeshit rage after their coats are damaged.

-T-102 Prototypes where dumb as rocks and would attack anything in front of them
-T-103 Tyrants were just intelligent enough for simple tasks
-The goal of the Nemesis T-Type was to be intelligent enough to use problem solving and lateral thinking to complete its tasks

Where the fuck are you getting your lore if you think Nemesis was the dumbest Tyrant and T-102 was the smartest?
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John Shepard - Sat, 16 Nov 2019 18:53:35 EST sQaWg6XX No.746006 Reply
>>745964
Yeah, except that's true of every single tyrant because breaking their limiter is a universal trope at this point.

>Where the fuck are you getting your lore if you think Nemesis was the dumbest Tyrant and T-102 was the smartest?
Get your words out of my mouth nigga. I will slap your shit to smithereens.
The in-game lore actually says the T-102 is as intellectually functional as a human.

There were not T-102s. There was one T-102 and some clones stolen by Wesker that have yet to be seen again.
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John Shepard - Sat, 16 Nov 2019 18:54:59 EST sQaWg6XX No.746007 Reply
>>745964
>The Problem with the T-102s was that their mutations where completely uncontrollable and the virus would take over the host and destroy any and all intelligence they had left. This was fixed with the restrictor coat

T-102 also had a power limiter, dipshit.
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Fleurette - Sat, 16 Nov 2019 20:33:26 EST 20WTriXt No.746020 Reply
>>745906
yeah so what were they up to during that year and during RE2

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