What makes it all the more interesting is what exactly Brandon Bailey did after he defected Umbrella, if we assume after that he really cut ties with Umbrella then he worked with HCF and Albert, and he also had been in contact with Miranda for a good while I would guess this raises a few possible alternatives that the story might progress, the fact that an organization could develop research for hybrid weapons tying together all these different contaminant agents seems like too good a chance for them not to explore, and begs further explorations come the next game.But now that we know that The Connections was founded by Brandon Bailey, maybe by working with a rival, he was trying to achieve what Umbrella couldn't? In this vein, Eveline can even be called the most complete version of Tyrant, although technically she is not part of the Tyrant project and was not created with the help of the t-Virus.
If Rosemary Winters do end up being a protagonist for RE games, one possible route that would take is metroidvania but adding to that formula the megaman "power grab" idea, whatever boss she defeats and kills she could theoretically absorb and either mutate her cells in order to manifest the same abilities from those bosses, or maybe even summoning copies of them to do whatever she commands them to. This could add fun and variety to the gameplay but on the other hand4. The parasite is similar to the Black God, also pulsates and also stores the genetic information of different life forms, because Miranda injected the mycorrhiza genome into the nematodes. This is not a random mutation due to Mold, as I previously thought due to translation.
Maybe they just felt a Castle ambience was the best fit for the Vampiric like foes from Village.I think the developers very well conveyed the dark part of the history, when the nobles tortured people from the lower strata because of a sense of permissiveness. Like Bathory, for example.
I think Dimitrescu and her castle are so big, not just for the visual, but because they represent power.
Imagine that you were told in advance that you would not live with your wife, but with an ancient fungal mutant who mimics her and who will babysit your daughter. The mutant would simply suspect from your discomfort that you know something and take appropriate action, which would lead to the failure of the entire operation. And discomfort is the best reaction that you can show in such a situation, because someone will panic or get angry. It's a risk anyway.Also ı was checking the previous replies and ı saw russident mentioning that ethan could have ruined the whole operation if chris didnt keep him in the shadows. Like how he could have ruined the whole operation exactly? I dont get it.
Ethan has participated in combat training and even keeps a book by Joe Kendo. But that doesn't make him a professional. He's still a civilian.Plus if that's the case, then why did chris train him between the events of re7 and revillage?
Yes, because they could have been infected from contact with Miranda.Like did they really had to transport ethan and rose?
They were taken to the same quarantine zone, as they are biologically dangerous subjects. Miranda was presumed dead.Not to mention where were they transporting miranda to? Even more ridiculous; they were transporting ethan, rose and miranda all in the same vehicle, what the hell?
I don't think this mistake was stupid. In this game, Chris and his men are shown in a surprisingly professional way, not that Chris is saving the world again, and cockroaches in bulletproof vests are dying around him. But these are still people, not superheroes, so professionalism does not eliminate mistakes. This is what humanizes these characters.It ruins chris' character very badly imo who makes an extremely stupid mistake ( He still didnt learn from his mistakes in the past. ) despite being the most experienced character in the series.
You don't need to, you didn't do anything wrong.I apologize for some of the confusion.
Chris knew Ethan would want to get involved in the incident, so he didn't tell him. I'm sure Ethan would have been told as soon as he arrived in the zone, while Chris and his squad went to the village.chris should have told ethan the truth right after shooting not-mia / miranda
Well, that's the nature of the human factor. When people make mistakes, there will always be talk that this mistake shouldn't have happened, because this and that. But the point is, it's already happened. And I slightly don't see the criticism of events as a criticism of writing. For me, these are different things. Especially when the story itself says in such comments that the mistake is an intentional part of the story and the character's storyline.I think my reply comes off more like " Chris should have told ethan the truth before the start of his plan. " .
You don't need a separate car to transport a corpse. If you think you're going to transport a living body, then why would you transport it in the first place? That's the point. They were wrong.I still think miranda alone should have been transported to the quarantine zone ( With chris and some men supporting them. )
The Connections knew as well. The report from RE7 says that the syndicate knew about the phenomenon that happened to Ethan.As for ethan; the only thing everyone ( except mia ) didnt know was he was killed by jack after the boss fight with mia but resurrected.
I'm not sure what you mean. Chris and his people didn't know that Ethan and Rosemary were mutants, so they planned the operation to get them into quarantine. All the revelations came much later. And Mia wouldn't have told Chris about Ethan if he hadn't "died" in the first place.So chris and his people would still know that ethan ( and therefore rose ) is not an ordinary human and is infected with the mold
I don't think Ethan was treated. You can cure a person who is infected with a fungus, but you can't cure a fungus. Either the BSAA knew what Ethan is and could expect a second Eveline, or the replication is so precise that it is difficult to detect the potagen, and there is no point in treating what is not detected. No doctor would do that.Not to mention he and mia were most likely given the same vaccines that are seen in end of zoe.
Dracula means "dragon".Why a dragon, though?
Well, that's not exactly true. Development of Resident Evil Village began before the release of Resident Evil 7, so it affected Resident Evil 7 as well. Even the revelation about Ethan wasn't a retcon.It’s like how Disney handled Star Wars, there is no “trilogy” plan.
Heisenberg and Jack Baker also had very high regenerative potential, but they did not become giants. Dimitrescu's height is related to her own metabolism.A bit of a rant and I know this is all science fiction but that’s what made the classic RE’s special to me. Viruses have made many enlarged mutants in the series but howcome the G-virus didn’t make Sherry a giant over the years like the Cadou did to Dimitrescu?
Marcus' leeches didn't have his DNA and only imitated him visually, so any movement made the imitation worse. The Queen Leech, on the other hand, assimilated with Marcus' corpse and returned him as a new life form.Dimitrecu’s daughters’ creation makes no sense. How do bugs completely devour a corpse and perfectly mimic an entire organism without any sort of visual deformities? The leeches in RE0 tried this but were still unable to mimic someone perfectly except for the Queen leech reviving Marcus.
Once upon a time, the black substance of the fungus began to absorb the biomaterial and form a colony. For centuries, feeding on information, it formed tissues, electrical activity of human organs, and so on, which turned it into a kind of giant embryo. To feed itself, this thing secretes fungus from its cells, which grow out of it in dense strands like roots to get food through the soil.Why do the Cadou make zombie like creatures in the first place? Are they like the Plaga from Damnation?
You mean Moreau? He was the one who used the blood of the wolves to create the big werewolves.Why did Miranda use only wolf DNA on the villagers and not other animals?
I think the reference was bats. In Romania, there are many bats that live in caves, so the Mold could easily have such information.Or did she also use crow DNA to make those flying bird mutants?
It's probably some kind of chemical compound, but I'm not good at chemistry. But I know that some fungi and bacteria can crystallize.Why does the mold enter a crystallized state and what is its significance while like that?
It was a little-studied region of Eastern Europe. The colony and the Holy Grail that held it back had been there since the Middle Ages, but in Miranda's time, the English, for example, believed without irony that you could meet wild vampires if you went to a God-forsaken village.How did Miranda stumble upon one of the most powerful organisms on the planet (Megamycete) without any sort of assistance or knowledge of its existence? Imagine just walking into a cave somewhere and finding eternal life while researchers have dedicated their lives to finding new species and habitats. It feels far-fetched.
Miranda had known all along. She even mocked Ethan for losing an ally.How can Miranda not suspect Heisenberg’s betrayal despite all of them being “linked” to the Megamycete?
She didn't care. Miranda founded a cult, designed a symbol with the founders' crest in mind, and reunited the descendants to have power over the region and access to resources. This was her Umbrella, which was needed to achieve a personal goal, and people thought that Miranda gave them work, custody and treatment.If Miranda didn’t want to take over the world like Spenser, than why did she give Heisenberg the resources to build a mutant cyborg army?
Mia was an American agent, but she went to Germany to get Eveline. I don't think Mia knew where this researcher might have come from.Mia knew who Miranda was as evident from the photo in the lab, so why did they move to an area in Romania where she knew where she resided?
This could ruin the marriage and cause a serious existential crisis for Ethan.Why would she keep Ethan’s mutation secret to begin with?
Well, you can't blame the local hospital for not identifying an abnormal pathogen that has assimilated into the body.The fact Ethan made it out of Louisiana without being suspected of being a molded is ridiculous. He would of been put in a quarantine zone forever if they tested him for mold infection.
The true potential of the Progenitor Virus was established a long time ago. Even back in the 1990s. These pathogens are just close to it, but also infinitely far away.Also Enhanced C and the Cadou seem like the most overpowered BOW’s in the series to date and have no real rules holding them back from creating anything and everything. This is why RE6 and RE8 will remain my least favorites simply from a science fiction standpoint and ruin what was established.
Not really. The researchers already had the most powerful virus in the world, which is more powerful than any pathogen. They deliberately weakened this virus, because it is too deadly for contemporaries. The point was to make a strain that was as compatible as possible with Spencer's body. He was a crazy eugenicist and wanted to evolve as a human being. And he wanted to rule the new world like a God. It's not just about immortality.Making all other research feel pointless in hindsight, except for maybe the Plaga and Uroboros.