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  • An American Special Operations Agent (SOA) of the Bioterrorism Security Assessment Alliance, of which she is a co-founder and one of the original members the organisation, making her a respected high-ranking operator for her commitment in eradicating bioterrorism due to her survival amid to the Biohazardous outbreaks in Arklay County in 1998.

    - Resident Evil

    - Resident Evil 3: Nemesis

    - Resident Evil 5

  • An American operator in the Bioterrorism Security Assessment Alliance, which he has served since its foundation in 2003. Redfield has built up and dedicated his career in destroying Bio Organic Weapons and fighting against producers and sellers of bioweapons after his experiencies with bioterrorism in 1998. He is the older brother of TerraSave member Claire Redfield.

    - Resident Evil

    - Resident Evil 5

    - Resident Evil 6

    - Resident Evil 7: Biohazard

    - Resident Evil: Village

  • An accomplished virologist notorious for his work with groups affiliated with the bio-weapons black market. Originally one of the test subjects in Project W who specialised in biotechnology and bioengineering, he was an elite perfectionist individual of absolute coldness, always wearing deep-black sunglasses that gave him an even more unapproachable air. As a senior researcher linked to the t-Virus Project as early as 1978, Wesker bore witness to and at times shaped Umbrella's B.O.W. research.

    - Resident Evil

    - Resident Evil 5

  • An advisor for the Bioterrorism Security Assessment Alliance and former rookie member of the Special Tactics and Rescue Service assigned to S.T.A.R.S. Bravo team, being charge of medical needs due her extensive knowledge in biochemistry.

    - Resident Evil

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    - Resident Evil 5

  • A consultant and combat specialist for the Bioterrorism Security Assessment Alliance. Formerly, he was a member of the Special Tactics and Rescue Service and the backup man for the S.T.A.R.S. Alpha team, being in charge of maintaining and supplying weapons for his fellow unit members.

    - Resident Evil

  • A member of the Special Tactics And Rescue Service, serving as the S.T.A.R.S. Bravo team communications expert.[3][notes 1] On a personal level, Richard is described as being a "positive, sweet guy" who, despite his relatively young age, is "surprisingly cool-headed and calm under pressure". His weapon of choice was his customized assault shotgun. He also had a girlfriend named Bridgette.

    - Resident Evil

  • An American superhuman, and the first person to become a Progenitor adapter since at least the Neolithic. Trevor was abducted as part of a retroviral research project by what would later become Umbrella Pharmaceuticals. Having survived and mutated from exposure to a Progenitor strain, Trevor's enhanced abilities made her a regular and reliable test-subject in bioweapons research. Trevor's usefulness to the company ended in 1988 after twenty years of testing, when a Progenitor strain dubbed Golgotha Virus was isolated in her blood. Trevor's abilities allowed to her to survive her planned execution, and she would go on to live in the mountains until 1998 when she involved herself in the Mansion Incident, ultimately dying when the facility was destroyed.

    - Resident Evil

  • The Vice-Captain of the Special Tactics And Rescue Service under Captain Albert Wesker, and the team leader of the S.T.A.R.S. Bravo Team. A veteran known for his "impervious" mental strength, Marini was a competent and capable mission leader. He was of a clement nature and was well-respected by his subordinates.[1] His hobby was golf.

    - Resident Evil

  • A member of the Special Tactics And Rescue Service, an organisation within the Raccoon Police Department, serving under the S.T.A.R.S. Bravo team as the cyber security supervisor of the team and as its marksman; a similar role of his best friend, S.T.A.R.S. Alpha team's Chris Redfield. The two were friendly rivals and commonly turned target practice into competitions, with Chris generally the victor. Like Redfield and Jill Valentine, Speyer came from a military background. He had a golden sword tattoo with crimson wings on his left upper bicep and his driving skills were above average even at a hobby level.

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    - Resident Evil 3: Nemesis

  • S.T.A.R.S. Bravo Team's point man and in charge of reconnaissance and position security. Kenneth also put his knowledge as a chemist to good use. Although he was quiet and had a serious countenance, Kenneth had a gentle personality. As well as his role in S.T.A.R.S., his hobby was dog training and he was enthusiastic about landscape gardening with skill that put experts to shame.

    - Resident Evil

  • A member of the Special Tactics And Rescue Service Alpha team; a law enforcement unit serving in Raccoon City alongside the Raccoon Police Department. Frost was known for his trademark red bandana and his hot-blooded nature which ran in tandem with his generally cheerful personality. His hobby was magic.

    - Resident Evil

  • An American Federal Agent currently employed with the Division of Security Operations (D.S.O.), a counterterrorism agency with direct Presidential oversight. Kennedy is a known survivor of the 1998 Raccoon City Destruction Incident, then as a police officer. Following his escape, he was offered a job in a US-STRATCOM team devoted to anti-B.O.W. combat, and served it until 2011 in repeated operations around the world.

    - Resident Evil 2

    - Resident Evil 4

    - Resident Evil 6

  • A current member of the human rights organization, TerraSave. She is the younger sister of BSAA operative and former S.T.A.R.S. member Chris Redfield. Since her survival in the Raccoon City incident in 1998, Claire would become involved or end up in the midst of several Biohazard outbreaks around the world, prompting her, as well as Chris, to devote his career to combating the threat of Bio Organic Weapons.

    - Resident Evil 2

  • The pseudonym of an enigmatic unnamed spy of Asian-American descent who has gained notoriety in the corporate world for being able to handle serious situations and handle the most difficult requests without guilt. She acted secretly in the background of many biohazard incidents and collected information which became useful to several organisations, while at the same time operating to undermine them. However, Ada follows only her own "true purpose" and has often betrayed the organisations and customers she is affiliated with to achieve it.

    - Resident Evil 2

    - Resident Evil 4

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  • The code-name of an Umbrella Security Service operator, who was the leader of the ill-fated Alpha Team in the employment of Umbrella. Cold, silent, and devoid of emotion, he is ruthless. He and the U.B.C.S. Sergeant, Nikolai Zinoviev, were considered to be "rivals"

    - Resident Evil 2

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  • A virologist employed by Umbrella U.S.A., and one of the administrators at their NEST facility in the outskirts of Raccoon City. She was the wife of fellow administrator Dr. William Birkin, and mother of Sherry Birkin.

    - Resident Evil 2

  • A Raccoon City police officer and Chief of Police of the Raccoon Police Department until 1998. Despite his position, Irons was deeply involved in corporate corruption like other city officials, and took bribes from Umbrella U.S.A. to keep the company out of investigations. During the 1998 Raccoon City Destruction Incident, Irons suffered a mental breakdown and began killing fellow officers and refugees, and was killed violently either by Dr. William Birkin or a G parasite. Irons also had a violent history with women and is suspected of having been a serial killer, though due to his position in the RPD and the destruction of the city, these murders were never investigated.

    - Resident Evil 2

  • A police officer who served with the Raccoon Police Department. He may have been a senior in the Operations Bureau, as he was in Leon S. Kennedy's chain of command.

    - Resident Evil 2

    - Resident Evil 3

  • A mercenary for the Umbrella Biohazard Countermeasure Service (U.B.C.S.). He held the rank of Corporal and served in their Delta Platoon as rear security for Alpha Squad, where was also their heavy weapons specialist. Oliveira is also one of the few survivors of the deployed squads who served during Raccoon City Destruction Incident.

    - Resident Evil 3: Nemesis

  • A Soviet Army veteran who served in Umbrella's paramilitary as a Sergeant in the UBCS as well as a Monitor. He and the USS commando, HUNK were considered to be "rivals",[3] and he was a close friend of Col. Sergei Vladimir,[4] of whom he may have served with in the Soviet Army.

    - Resident Evil 3: Nemesis

  • A series of experimental Bio Organic Weapons. Created by Umbrella Europe's No. 6 Laboratory, the Nemesis-T Types were the culmination of the Nemesis Project with the successful implantation of NE-α parasites within T-103 hosts, presenting Umbrella with a highly intelligent and powerful creature. Several Nemesis-T Types were produced, though only one is known to have experienced combat. The resulting creature was called Nemesis for short, and the one sent in Raccoon City was nicknamed the "Pursuer". In the remake, it was simply referred to as Nemesis.

    - Resident Evil 3: Nemesis

  • A mercenary within the Umbrella Biohazard Countermeasure Service and was a member of Bravo Platoon's Squad A.

    - Resident Evil 3

  • The daughter of former US President Graham. She was briefly held captive by the Spanish cult Los Iluminados as a means of gaining control over the Presidency.

    - Resident Evil 4

  • An agent for the 3rd Organization during the War on Terror, and a supporter of Dr. Albert Wesker. Previously a soldier within USSOCOM known as "Silverdax," [4] he was forced into retirement after a 2002 mission to South America with USSTRATCOM agent Leon S. Kennedy. During his employment within The Organization, Krauser took part in the infiltration of Los Iluminados to obtain a Plaga parasite. Krauser was killed in late 2004 by Ada Wong, who was on orders by her agency to steal the parasite.

    - Resident Evil 4

  • A biologist native to an isolated region of Spain. He was recruited into Los Iluminados' research department to genetically-engineer Plagas and bio-weapons, and was ultimately killed in his attempt to undermine their efforts.

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  • The leader of Los Iluminados, a neopagan cult and paramilitary organisation. He was a bio-weapons research chief who resided in an isolated Spanish region. In the early 2000s, Saddler's leadership ensured the cult’s dominance in the region through the weaponisation of the mind-controlling Plaga parasites to suit his plans for world domination. He was killed in 2004 during a US-STRATCOM mission to rescue Ashley Graham, the President's daughter whom Saddler's organisation had taken hostage.

    - Resident Evil 4

  • A nobleman from an unnamed rural region in Spain. He was the eighth castellan to govern the region since the construction of his castle, with the office having been handed down for a number of generations. As the 21st century came about, Salazar left his Catholic faith behind and converted to Los Iluminados, a cult led by Osmund Saddler, who had access to bioweapons research and was interested in Las Plagas. Although his diminutive stature resembled that of a ten-year-old, and his gray hair and wrinkled face gave him the appearance of an elderly man, he was only 20 years old.

    - Resident Evil 4

  • A Catholic priest whose parish constituted an isolated, rural community in Spain. Mendez fell to the influence of bio-weapons developer and terrorist Osmund Saddler, who converted people to his cult as a means of control. Fr. Mendez led the initial hunt for USSTRATCOM agent Leon S. Kennedy, Ashley Graham, Dr. Luis Sera, and Ada Wong as they made their way through his village, but was ultimately killed as the four made their way into Salazar's castle. Some of Mendez's distinguishing characteristics included his imposing stature and trench coat, his artificial left eye, an extraordinary resistance to firearms, and superhuman strength. He was also a fluent English L2 speaker, and collected academic writings for his personal library.

    - Resident Evil 4

  • A class of Chainsaw Ganado. This Ganado wears a burlap potato sack as a mask over his head. His female equivalents are the Chainsaw Sisters.

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  • A U.S. government agent for the F.O.S.[2] and often works with Leon S. Kennedy.

    - Resident Evil 4

    - Resident Evil 6

  • An agent for the Bioterrorism Security Assessment Alliance, operating as part of its West African branch.[2] She was assigned to the current mission to assist Chris Redfield, who was unfamiliar with the area. A versatile fighter with extensive experience, her ability to use firearms is on par with Chris. She is much smaller and more flexible than Chris, enabling her to perform certain manoeuvres that Chris cannot. In turn, this allows Chris to throw her up to high ledges, or over large gaps in order to reach areas or objectives that a lone operative couldn't reach.

    - Resident Evil 5

  • A British-Italian businesswoman. She is known for her leadership of Tricell, Inc., Africa and her involvement in Tricell's bio-weapons program. She was killed during the 2009 Kijuju Autonomous Zone Incident when she was experimented on against her will by her business partner, Dr. Albert Wesker.

    - Resident Evil 5

  • A member of the Bioterrorism Security Assessment Alliance's (BSAA) West Africa division, although upon further inspection, Stone was the Captain of the first team Sheva Alomar joined with the BSAA and trained Alomar for eight months. After the training was complete, Alomar and Stone developed an extremely close relationship in which he refers to Alomar as "the little sister of the team".

    - Resident Evil 5

  • An aristocratic British billionaire, virologist and eugenicist. One of the founders of Umbrella Pharmaceuticals, Lord Spencer was the CEO and President for its entire existence which saw its expansion as the Umbrella Corporation over the 1980s as well as its bankruptcy in 2003.

  • An American black market dealer of bio-weapons who gained a global presence in the aftermath of the Terragrigia Panic. Considered to be a Mammonite, Irving continued his black market dealings despite being the director of the Kijuju oil field, owned by TRICELL Africa, Inc.'s resource development division. Irving was a suspected dealer for some time when the BSAA confirmed his presence in Kijuju, setting off a major operation to bring down his dealings, in what became known as the Kijuju Autonomous Zone Incident.

    - Resident Evil 5

  • A mercenary raised in Eastern Europe. The son of bioweapons developer Dr. Albert Wesker, he was dragged into a conspiracy to launch major terrorist attacks with the C-Virus.

    - Resident Evil 6

  • An agent of the United States Secret Service (USSS), a federal law enforcement agency under the Department of Homeland Security, and a former CIA agent. She had a younger sister named Deborah.

    - Resident Evil 6

  • A soldier in the Bioterrorism Security Assessment Alliance (BSAA), a UN-controlled military devoted to combating bioterrorism. A former soldier in the US Army, Nivans was placed in the BSAA's Special Operations Unit within the North American branch. Throughout his career, Nivans served under Cpt. Chris Redfield, whose high security rating allowed the two to participate in investigations outside of North America. Nivans was killed in July 2013 when an underwater research complex self-destructed.

    - Resident Evil 6

  • The National Security Advisor to Adam Benford, the former head of The Family, and the one responsible for the thermobaric destruction of Raccoon City.

    - Resident Evil 6

  • a genius researcher working for Derek C. Simmons, and the one responsible for the discovery and creation of the C-Virus. Due to deception by Simmons, she became a doppelganger of Ada Wong and the eventual founder of Neo-Umbrella.

    - Resident Evil 6

  • An American mutant trained as systems engineer. One of many mutant victims of biological weaponry, Winters was infected with a weaponised species of "Mold" during the 2017 Dulvey incident. He and his wife Mia were rescued by the Bioterrorism Security Assessment Alliance, and were placed under witness protection in Eastern Europe. This protection ultimately unravelled in February 2021 when their daughter, Rosemary, was abducted by Mother Miranda. Winters was successful in rescuing Rosemary, but gave his life to protect a BSAA tiltrotor.

    - Resident Evil 7: Biohazard

    - Resident Evil: Village

  • A former operative for The Connections who worked covertly in the birth of Eveline, acting as her "caretaker" for her while covering up her career as a worker at a "trading company" to her husband, Ethan. After being presumed dead in 2014, she was recovered by the Baker family, and resided under lock and key at their property until being re-discovered in mid-2017.

    - Resident Evil 7: Biohazard

    - Resident Evil: Village

  • A genetically-modified human conceived as part of the next generation of bioweapons research conducted by The Connections, designed to eliminate enemies without the need for combat. As a result of the merging of an anomalous bacteria into her genome during the embryonic stage, she gained the ability to control the minds of people who came in contact with her. Eveline was unique in being the first E-Type bioweapon, alongside her unhealthy obsession with creating a family to suit her own needs.

    - Resident Evil 7: Biohazard

  • An American serial killer who kidnapped, murdered and ate over a hundred men and women in Dulvey Parish, Louisiana from 2014-2017, in coordination with his wife Marguerite, son Lucas and adopted daughters Eveline and Mia. At the time of his death in August 2017 it was determined by the BSAA that the family's actions were the result of a psychoactive fungal bio-weapon that induced extreme violent tendencies.

    - Resident Evil 7: Biohazard

  • A resident of the Baker ranch household, a mansion in Dulvey, Louisiana. She was the wife of Jack Baker and mother of Zoe and Lucas Baker.

    - Resident Evil 7: Biohazard

  • A resident of the Baker ranch, located in Dulvey, Louisiana. He was the son of Jack and Marguerite Baker, the older brother of Zoe Baker, and the nephew of Joe Baker.

    - Resident Evil 7: Biohazard

  • A woman from Dulvey, Louisiana who was involved in the Dulvey incident, a three-year series of abductions by her parents, Jack and Marguerite Baker, and her brother Lucas, all at the behest of Eveline, a young girl genetically-engineered to control minds.

    - Resident Evil 7: Biohazard

  • A mutant human aristocrat. From the 1950s until her death in 2021, Dimitrescu maintained a pseudo-feudal rule over the peasantry near Castle Dimitrescu as one of the Four Lords of the region. For more than sixty years, Dimitrescu was feared by the locals over allegations of mass murder and cannibalism, which were later found to be true. She was killed by Ethan Winters in February 2021, after conspiring with Mother Miranda in the abduction of his daughter Rose.

    - Resident Evil: Village

  • An Eastern European biologist and cult leader who ruled over an isolated mountain village from 1919 - 2021. After losing her only daughter to the Spanish flu, she discovered and became infected by the Mold within a nearby cave. Gaining vast knowledge and superhuman powers from the infection, she pioneered research on this mysterious fungus and used it to conduct experiments on local villagers over the next century, hoping to find the perfect vessel to revive her daughter. In February 2021, she abducted the infant Rosemary Winters for this purpose and, seeing no further use for the villagers, committed a genocide by unleashing Lycans on the local populace. Miranda was ultimately killed by Rose's father Ethan Winters, who had become intertwined with a BSAA operation to contain the outbreak.

    - Resident Evil: Village

  • A human mutant who lived in an Eastern European mountain range. A genius in engineering, he is presumably the patriarch of the Heisenberg family. He runs the inherited Heisenberg Factory, located just outside the village, and serves Mother Miranda, along with the other three major houses in the mountain range.

    - Resident Evil: Village

  • A mutant human doll-maker who resided in an Eastern European mountain range. Dressed in a black garb, she was usually seen with her doll, Angie, through which she often communicated.

    - Resident Evil: Village

  • A mysterious, morbidly obese character who serves as a merchant and aids Ethan Winters in Resident Evil Village. He has been the resident merchant of the village for years, profiting well from his business transactions. He becomes an important guide in Ethan's journey to rescue his daughter Rosemary.

    - Resident Evil: Village

  • A mutant human who lived in an Eastern European mountain range. Presumably the last surviving member of the Moreau family, he resided at the Moreau Reservoir until his death in 2021.

    - Resident Evil: Village