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Encyclopedia > Arklay Mountains
Resident Evil location
The Arklay Mountains prior to the T-Virus outbreak
The Arklay Mountains prior to the T-Virus outbreak
Arklay Mountains (Arclay Mountains)
Establishment Date Not Applicable.
Location Predominantly northwest of Raccoon City.
Population Minimal (exact number unknown).
Transporatation Accessible by off-road vehicle, by train, by foot.
Operated By Raccoon City Mountain Safety Commission, local emergency services, the Umbrella Corporation.
Used As Primary location for the Umbrella Corporation's illegal biological research programs.
Famous Locations Victory Lake, Marble River, Aimes River, Mendez River, Raccoon Dam.
Notable Events The "Arklay Incident" of 1998 (details below).
Notable People 2nd Lieutenant Billy Coen, Dr. James Marcus, S.T.A.R.S. (details below).
Current Status Destroyed during T-Virus containment operation.

The Arklay Mountains (or Arclay Mountains) is a fictional region from the Resident Evil series. The region is synonymous with the Arklay Forest. Resident Evil, known in Japan as Biohazard ), is a highly successful survival-horror franchise that started life as video games developed by Capcom and created by Shinji Mikami. ... Image File history File links Arklay_mountains. ... Image File history File links Arklay_mountains. ... This article or section may need to be cleaned up because it describes a work of fiction as a factual topic. ... Ordinal directions are the four compass directions: northeast, southeast, southwest, and northwest, located halfway between the cardinal directions. ... Raccoon City is a city depicted in Capcoms survival horror video game series Resident Evil and the setting for the earlier games in the main series (from Resident Evil 0 up until Resident Evil 3), as well as the Outbreak series. ... The Umbrella Corporation ) is a fictional biotech megacorp company set in the Resident Evil (Biohazard in Japan) videogame series. ... Billy Coen is a fictional character from Capcoms video game, Resident Evil 0. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards and be more accessible to a general audience, this article or section may require cleanup. ... This article is related to the Resident Evil series. ... This article or section may need to be cleaned up because it describes a work of fiction as a factual topic. ... FicTioNaL is a Gaming Legend. ... Look up Region in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ... Resident Evil, known in Japan as Biohazard ), is a highly successful survival-horror franchise that started life as video games developed by Capcom and created by Shinji Mikami. ...


Located generally on the outskirts of Raccoon City, the Arklay Mountains faced heavy traffic from the notorious Umbrella Corporation, who maintained several large facilities in the region, including the Arklay Research Facility and Management Training Facility. After the destruction of Raccoon City by the U.S. government, in its last desperate attempt to halt the spread of the T-Virus, much of the Arklay region was left a desolate wasteland. Raccoon City is a city depicted in Capcoms survival horror video game series Resident Evil and the setting for the earlier games in the main series (from Resident Evil 0 up until Resident Evil 3), as well as the Outbreak series. ... The Umbrella Corporation ) is a fictional biotech megacorp company set in the Resident Evil (Biohazard in Japan) videogame series. ... This article or section contains a plot summary that may be overly long, confusing, or ambiguous. ... This article or section may need to be cleaned up because it describes a work of fiction as a factual topic. ...

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Location and ecology

Raccoon City is visible from the Arklay Mountains.
Raccoon City is visible from the Arklay Mountains.

The Arklay Mountains are situated northwest of Raccoon City, and are a popular hiking and camping destination frequented regularly by Raccoon's nature-loving populace. Most of the Arklay region is unused and is almost completely covered with heavy vegetation. Image File history File links MTR_RCUSWide. ... Image File history File links MTR_RCUSWide. ... Raccoon City is a city depicted in Capcoms survival horror video game series Resident Evil and the setting for the earlier games in the main series (from Resident Evil 0 up until Resident Evil 3), as well as the Outbreak series. ... Vegetation is a general term for the plant life of a region; it refers to the ground cover provided by plants, and is, by far, the most abundant biotic element of the biosphere. ...

Concept Art for the Arklay Forest.
Concept Art for the Arklay Forest.

The Arklay Mountains are classified as temperate hardwood forest, with the region being dominated by Pine trees, Maple trees, Oak trees and other native plant life such as Raccoon City's signature colored herbs. The herbs were first discovered in the Arklay region and are often used for medicinal purposes both locally and abroad. The Arklay Mountains are well known throughout the medical community, with the Green, Blue, and Red herbs having revolutionized the healthcare industry and garnered massive profits for pharmaceutical companies (including, but not limited to, the Umbrella Corporation). Each herb has its own unique medicinal value and, being completely natural, have no known side effects associated with their use. They can be mixed together and converted into capsule or powder form to achieve different curative effects. The herbs can be found in many areas of Raccoon City, including several of the city's key public buildings, such as the Raccoon Police Department precinct. The citizens of Raccoon City have also been known to keep the herbs in their houses and places of employment for decoration or use. Image File history File links RaccoonForest. ... Image File history File links RaccoonForest. ... A temperate hardwood forest is a type of forest found in temperate zones around the globe. ... This article deals with the tree; for the e-mail client see Pine email client Species About 115. ... See also Maple computer algebra system. ... Oak Tree usually refers to any of several hundred species of trees and shrubs; however, there is also a village by the name: Oak, the tree Oak Tree, a village in County Durham, in England This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists pages that might otherwise share... See drugs, medication, and pharmacology for substances that are used to treat patients. ... The Umbrella Corporation ) is a fictional biotech megacorp company set in the Resident Evil (Biohazard in Japan) videogame series. ... The R.P.D. patch The Raccoon Police Department (R.P.D.) is a fictional law-enforcement agency that appears in Capcoms Resident Evil survival horror franchise. ...


Although never officially proven, it is theorised that the coloured herbs have a naturally occurring immunity or, at the very least, a strong resistance to both the "T" and "G" viral strains. This belief stems from certain instances in which other forms of plantlife have succumbed to the mutagenic properties of the T-Virus after infection or exposure. Not only this, but when the herbs are mixed correctly, the creation of powerful "Anti-Virus" medication is possible. These capsules, while unable to cure a carrier host of infection, can halt viral growth entirely for moderate periods of time. If in large quantities and consumed constantly, an infected host can effectively suppress the T-Virus indefinitely.

A Green Herb
A Green Herb

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Green Herbs

The Green Herb first originated in the Arklay Mountains. It grows in and around Raccoon City and much of the Arklay Forest. It is used to heal injuries ranging from minor to severe in nature, and can be combined with other herbs to amplify the desired effect. The Green Herb is by far the most commonly encountered variation of the species. The capsule form of the Green Herb can neutralize various poisons and venoms with effects identical to that of its relative, the Blue Herb.

A Blue Herb
A Blue Herb

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Blue Herbs

The Blue Herb also originated in the Arklay Mountains, and is used to cure minor poisonous infections (such as those caused by plant life, insects or venomous snakes). When the Blue Herb is combined with the Green Herb, it will both heal the wound and cure poisonous infections. The capsule form of the Blue Herb can heal wounds with effects identical to the Green Herb. Although the Blue Herb has the ability to purge most types of venom and poison from the body, it has proven completely ineffective against the T-Virus. Note: The Blue Herb is unable to combat the poisonous properties of Alexander Ashford or "Nosferatu". This is possibly due to the poisonous spores released by said individual being the original by-product of an unforseen viral mutation resulting from Ashford's infection by the T-Veronica Virus. This article or section may need to be cleaned up because it describes a work of fiction as a factual topic. ... This is a list of minor characters appearing in the core Resident Evil series. ... This article needs to be cleaned up to conform to a higher standard of quality. ...

A Red Herb
A Red Herb

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Red Herbs

The Red Herb, like its relatives, also originated in the Arklay Mountains. However, unlike its counterparts, the Red Herb has absolutely no curative effect of its own and generally cannot be used by itself, but can be combined with the Green Herb to amplify its effects. The capsule form of the Red Herb can be used as a hemostat to stop severe bleeding. Note: While mixing Red and Blue herbs is usually not possible, this can be done in order to produce "Recovery" capsules in the Outbreak series. Hemostats, curved and straight tip. ...


Mixing herbs and outcomes

The herbs can be mixed in various combinations and will often achieve a different outcome or result. These effects are as follows:

  • Green + Green = Restores 66% health.
  • Green + Green + Green = Restores 100% health.
  • Green + Blue = Restores 33% health and cures poisonous affliction.
  • Green + Green + Blue = Restores 66% health and cures poisonous affliction.
  • Green + Red = Restores 100% health.
  • Green + Red + Blue = Restores 100% health and cures poisonous affliction.

Ecliptic Express

An early Concept Art image for the 'Ecliptic Express', later altered in the finished version of 'Resident Evil 0'.
An early Concept Art image for the 'Ecliptic Express', later altered in the finished version of 'Resident Evil 0'.

The Ecliptic Express was an inter-city train privately owned and maintained by the Umbrella Corporation for exclusive use by its executive employees and VIP clients. The train was not tied to a specific line or route but ran primarily through the heart of the picturesque Arklay Forest and ended its service in central Raccoon City. Image File history File links Resh_re0_boceto2. ... Image File history File links Resh_re0_boceto2. ... Inter-city rail services are train services which cover larger distances than commuter trains. ... The Umbrella Corporation ) is a fictional biotech megacorp company set in the Resident Evil (Biohazard in Japan) videogame series. ... A Very Important Person, or VIP (pronouced vee-eye-pee) is a person who is accorded special privileges due to his or her status or importance. ...


The Ecliptic Express was a first-class locomotive, designed to transport its passengers in absolute luxury and comfort. The train and its crew were well-equipped to handle this task with the Ecliptic Express bearing all the hallmarks of its elite status, such as:

  • Luxurious interiors.
  • A dining carriage/salon and bar.
  • Four private rooms.
  • A kitchen with cargo carriage.
  • A control room and rear deck.
  • Six carriages in total.

On July 23, 1998 as the Ecliptic Express' passed through the Arklay Mountains, it was attacked by mutated leeches infected with the T-Virus. The train was quickly overcome and all passengers on-board, primarily Umbrella's research personnel, were killed or infected with the virus. Several hours later, the train was found by the Special Tactics and Rescue Service (S.T.A.R.S.) Bravo Team during their investigation of the Arklay region. July 23 is the 204th day (205th in leap years) of the year in the Gregorian Calendar, with 161 days remaining. ... 1998 (MCMXCVIII) was a common year starting on Thursday of the Gregorian calendar, and was designated the International Year of the Ocean. ... Orders Arhynchobdellida or Rhynchobdellida There is some dispute as to whether Hirudinea should be a class itself, or a subclass of the Clitellata. ... This article or section may need to be cleaned up because it describes a work of fiction as a factual topic. ... The Special Tactics and Rescue Service (S.T.A.R.S.), also referred to non-canonically as the Special Tactics and Rescue Squad in the novelizations and movies, is a fictional law-enforcing task force that appears in Capcoms Resident Evil survival horror franchise. ... This article is related to the Resident Evil series. ...


Notable events and locations

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The Spencer Mansion, after the T-Virus outbreak.
The Spencer Mansion, after the T-Virus outbreak.

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The Arklay Research Facility

The Arklay Research Facility, or Spencer Mansion, is the location in which the epic Resident Evil tale begins. On July 24, 1998 Raccoon City's S.T.A.R.S. Alpha Team flew over the Arklay Mountains in search of their missing compatriots, Bravo Team. Aside from finding the corpses and wounded surviving members of Bravo, the Alpha Team also found that the powerful Umbrella Corporation had been conducting illegal biological research in a laboratory hidden beneath the mansion and that their sinister influence had insidiously spread throughout nearby Raccoon City, using key facilities and personnel to conduct its viral research in secret. The citizens of Raccoon City, largely employed by the Umbrella Corporation, had little or no idea as to the nature of the events transpiring around them. This clandestine method of operation had proven successful for Umbrella in past instances as their private township, located on Sheena Island, was modelled in much the same way. This article or section contains a plot summary that may be overly long, confusing, or ambiguous. ... This article or section contains a plot summary that may be overly long, confusing, or ambiguous. ... The entrance of Spencer Mansion, as seen in the GameCube remake of Resident Evil. ... Resident Evil, known in Japan as Biohazard ), is a highly successful survival-horror franchise that started life as video games developed by Capcom and created by Shinji Mikami. ... July 24 is the 205th day (206th in leap years) of the year in the Gregorian Calendar, with 160 days remaining. ... 1998 (MCMXCVIII) was a common year starting on Thursday of the Gregorian calendar, and was designated the International Year of the Ocean. ... Raccoon City is a city depicted in Capcoms survival horror video game series Resident Evil and the setting for the earlier games in the main series (from Resident Evil 0 up until Resident Evil 3), as well as the Outbreak series. ... This article is related to the Resident Evil series. ... This article is related to the Resident Evil series. ... The Umbrella Corporation ) is a fictional biotech megacorp company set in the Resident Evil (Biohazard in Japan) videogame series. ... Sheena Island is a fictional island in Capcoms survival horror series Resident Evil. ...


The Management Training Facility

On July 23, 1998 the R.P.D.'s S.T.A.R.S. Bravo Team was sent to investigate several bizarre, cannibalistic murders that had recently occurred in the north-western Arklay Mountains region. While monitoring the area from above, the team's helicopter suffered an engine failure mid-flight, forcing Bravo Team to make an emergency landing in a densely covered area of Raccoon Forest. Bravo Team's medic and rookie operative, Rebecca Chambers, and former USMC 2nd Lieutenant-turned-fugitive, Billy Coen, crossed paths aboard the derelict Ecliptic Express (attacked earlier that evening by the vengeful James Marcus) and grudgingly decide to form an alliance in order to survive the onslaught of freakish creatures attacking them. The pair eventually find themselves at the locomotive's previous destination, the abandoned Management Training Facility, which had been undergoing evaluation by Umbrella's security and research teams for re-opening at a later date. Inside, the two witness horrible truths about the Umbrella Corporation's shadowy past, whilst attempting to escape the infected Umbrella personnel wandering the facility and the rampaging James Marcus hunting them at every turn. This article or section contains a plot summary that may be overly long, confusing, or ambiguous. ... United States Marine Corps Emblem The United States Marine Corps (USMC) is the second smallest of the five branches of the United States armed forces, with 170,000 active and 40,000 reserve Marines as of 2002. ... Billy Coen is a fictional character from Capcoms video game, Resident Evil 0. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards and be more accessible to a general audience, this article or section may require cleanup. ...


The Abandoned Hospital

In addition to their concealed facilities deep within the Arklay Forest, the Umbrella Corporation supervised the illegal secret testing of experimental medicines and products on patients in a local hospital situated at the edge of the forest. Disguised as "Drugs, Inc.," the Umbrella Corporation supplied this hospital with experimental products whilst managing to completely avoid involvement or detection by having the hospital's staff and its administrator, Albert Lester, carry out its nefarious acts. Al's wife, Dorothy, was suffering from a debilitating terminal illness, and he was desperate to find something capable of curing her, even if the chances of success were remote. When Drugs, Inc. proposed testing of its products (including the T-Virus) on the hospital's patients, Al eagerly agreed to assist them in their efforts. Several patients, including Dorothy, were injected with the T-Virus and monitored closely by Al. Initially, the T-Virus cured Dorothy of her illness, but after several days of observation, it became apparent that Dorothy was no longer herself, having succumbed to the effects of the T-Virus in much the same way as all people do. The Umbrella Corporation ) is a fictional biotech megacorp company set in the Resident Evil (Biohazard in Japan) videogame series. ... This article or section may need to be cleaned up because it describes a work of fiction as a factual topic. ...

 Hospital Administrator Albert Lester (aka: The Axeman) pictured with his wife, Dorothy.
Hospital Administrator Albert Lester (aka: The Axeman) pictured with his wife, Dorothy.

For an unknown period of time, the hospital covered its crimes by telling the families of the research victims that their loved ones had died as a result of illness, or during surgery. After many of these cover-ups had occurred, the families and friends of the victims began protesting and rallying at the gates of the hospital, demanding answers and accusing the hospital's staff of negligent malpractice. Eventually a journalist named Kurt from local newspaper, The Daily Raccoon, decided to investigate the situation. Researching the hospital's staff and its supplier, Drugs, Inc., Kurt was unable to find any detailed information regarding the company or its products. Attempting to question the hospital's staff in an official sense, Kurt became frustrated with the administrator's stonewalling tactics and lack of any solid evidence as to what was transpiring behind the hospital's closed doors. Image File history File links Dorothyandal. ... Image File history File links Dorothyandal. ...


After an unknown period of time, Kurt's failure to locate any real leads or information regarding the true nature of Drugs, Inc. and the hospital's wrong doings lead him to act on instinct and break into the facility in an attempt to gather drug samples or some other sort of credible information. This move would prove fatal for Kurt, as he was killed by the infected Dorothy that night. The R.P.D. had already begun investigating the illegal drug imports into the hospital when the incident occurred, and Kurt's death forced the investigating team into action. When the police warned the administrator and his staff that they would be pressing charges, Umbrella decided to utilize their contacts within Raccoon's political and law enforcement community. Police Chief Brian Irons had the official investigation dropped and saw to it that Kurt's death and the illegal drug imports were quietly forgotten. The investigating unit had suspicions of Umbrella's involvement in the incident and pleaded with Chief Irons to have Umbrella's local activities looked into, not knowing Irons was actually on Umbrella's payroll. Of course, the Chief denied this opportunity, citing a lack of any evidence as his reason for doing so. Deciding not to risk another incident, the Umbrella Corporation had the hospital closed down and the remaining staff dispersed elsewhere to avoid any further media scrutiny. This is a list of minor characters appearing in the core Resident Evil series. ...

Chris Redfield searches the Arklay Mountains for surviving S.T.A.R.S. members.
Chris Redfield searches the Arklay Mountains for surviving S.T.A.R.S. members.

After the hospital was closed, Al continued to care for Dorothy in the basement's intensive care unit, building a cabin close to the hospital so that he'd always be close to her. Although Dorothy was brain-dead, he simply couldn't find the will to let go of his beloved. For over five years Al continued his futile efforts to revive Dorothy without incident or the outside world's knowledge. Eventually, a decorative plant inside the basement somehow became infected with the T-Virus and, much to Al's fascination, began growing at an incredible rate. The plant consumed Dorothy and infected Al, gifting him with superhuman strength and making him almost impervious to attack due to his now rapidly healing body. In some sense, at least in Al's fragile mind, the plant "became" Dorothy. He began to tend to and care for it, bringing it small animals, such as birds and dogs, to nourish it. Eventually, Al witnessed "Dorothy's" rapid growth when it managed to catch a human and, excited by the effect the victim had on the plant's overall development, decided to start luring hikers and campers into the hospital's abandoned walls as fresh victims for "Dorothy". It can be assumed that many of the reports regarding missing hikers and campers issued before the events of the 'mansion incident' were the result of Al's twisted desire to keep "Dorothy" alive by any means necessary. Image File history File links File history Legend: (cur) = this is the current file, (del) = delete this old version, (rev) = revert to this old version. ... Image File history File links File history Legend: (cur) = this is the current file, (del) = delete this old version, (rev) = revert to this old version. ... This article or section may need to be cleaned up and rewritten because it describes a work of fiction in a primarily in-universe style. ...

The Arklay Forest, as seen in Resident Evil Outbreak: File 2's Flashback scenario.
The Arklay Forest, as seen in Resident Evil Outbreak: File 2's Flashback scenario.

It is unclear just how long Al carried out his sick mission, but by the time the survivors of Resident Evil Outbreak: File 2 were lured into its bowels, the hospital had been completely infested by "Dorothy", which was now nearly a hundred feet tall, and had the building on the verge of total collapse. After finding research notes left by a team of ill-fated botanists, who fell victim to Al and "Dorothy" not long before the arrival of the survivors, they were able to find the plant's Achilles-heel and destroy it, taking Al, Dorothy's corpse, the entire derelict hospital, and any evidence of Umbrella's involvement along with it. Image File history File links Arklaysinoutbreak. ... Image File history File links Arklaysinoutbreak. ...


Other events and locations

The following locations are confirmed areas in the Arklay Mountain/Forest area and can be considered canon.


Raccoon Dam

Raccoon Dam is situated in the Arklay Mountains. The dam provides the bulk of Raccoon City's water supply and connects with the Circular river as well as Victory Lake. During the investigation conducted by the S.T.A.R.S. unit, Bravo Team's Rebecca Chambers and fugitive Billy Coen sought refuge in the dam during the viral outbreak in the Arklay Mountains on July 23, 1998. This article or section contains a plot summary that may be overly long, confusing, or ambiguous. ... Billy Coen is a fictional character from Capcoms video game, Resident Evil 0. ...


Mendez River

The Mendez River flows from the western Arklay Mountains region, connecting to the outskirts of Raccoon City via its shipping docks. Not long before the outbreak, a 39-year-old man was found dead on the banks of the Mendez, having been attacked and severely mutilated not long before his discovery. An unidentified man was found wandering the vicinity close to the body, covered in blood and unresponsive. The R.P.D. arrested the man and transferred him to the precinct for questioning.


Victory Lake

Victory Lake is a popular tourist destination and holiday spot for Raccoon City's nature-loving citizens. In S.D. Perry's novel, during the T-Virus outbreak in the Arklay Mountains, the mutilated corpses of Deanne Rusch and Christopher Smith were discovered on the lake's shoreline. The attackers were described only as mysterious monsters that had been witnessed in the area several days earlier. This article or section may need to be cleaned up because it describes a work of fiction as a factual topic. ...


Circular River

The Circular River flows through both the northern and southern regions surrounding Raccoon City. Aside from the river's geography, very little else is known in regards to its background and history.


Marble River

The Marble River flows from the Arklay Forest region and runs through Raccoon City's Cidar District. In May 1998, a deceased woman in her early 20's was discovered close to the Marble River. It is believed that this was the first victim to spark the public's concern regarding a vicious cult operating in the Arklay Forest and the ensuing investigation involving the S.T.A.R.S. unit.


Aimes River

The Aimes River is located near several major hiking and camping paths surrounding the Arklay Mountains. Various small streams break away from the Aimes, leading those planning on staying in close proximity to its banks sometimes lost much deeper within the Arklay Forest. Many of the distress calls made by hikers and campers new to the Arklay region are a result of the Aimes River's complex structure. Because the Aimes River was so difficult to supervise, it had long been the favoured dumping ground for illegal chemical and drug companies operating within its vicinity. On October 31st, 1996, the body of a man was discovered floating in the Aimes River by campers. The coroner determined that the man had been dead for at least six months prior to his discovery and was so badly decayed that identification was impossible. A high level of various illegal and unidentified drugs were found in the man's body, leading the R.P.D. to suspect the man had been drugged and murdered, but with no apparent motive. The subsequent police investigation that followed was later dropped after it failed to yield any results.


Victims

The following list contains the names of S.T.A.R.S. members that died in the Arklay Mountains during the "Mansion Incident" in Resident Evil. This article is related to the Resident Evil series. ... Resident Evil, known in Japan as Biohazard, is a survival-horror franchise that started life as a video game series developed by Capcom and created by Shinji Mikami. ...

# Name Age Date Location Discovered / Death
1. Joseph Frost 27 July 24, 1998 Bravo Team crash site (Mauled to death by Cerberus dogs).
2. Richard Aiken 23 July 24, 1998 Spencer Mansion (Poisoned and ultimately killed by the Yawn or Neptune).
3. Edward Dewey 26 July 23, 1998 Aboard the Ecliptic Express (Mauled to death by Cerberus dogs).
4. Forest Speyer 29 July 23, 1998 Spencer Mansion (Attacked by infected Crows).
5. Kenneth J. Sullivan 45 July 24, 1998 Spencer Mansion (Throat torn out by Zombie).
6. Enrico Marini 41 July 24, 1998 Spencer Mansion (Murdered by rogue Alpha Team leader, Albert Wesker).
7. Kevin Dooley Unknown July 23, 1998 Bravo Team crash site (Mauled to death by Cerberus dogs).

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Arklay in literature

Although not considered canon, the Resident Evil books by S.D. Perry contain further descriptions of the Arklay Mountains region. To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... S.D. Perry is a novelist living in Portland, Oregon. ...


Victims

The following list contains the names of known Raccoon citizens who fell victim to attacks in the Arklay Mountain/Forest region as described in S.D. Perry's Resident Evil: Underworld. These characters are found only in Resident Evil: Underworld and as such should not be considered canon.

# Name Age Date Location Discovered
1. Anna Mitaki 42 June 1, 1998 Northeast of Raccoon City by joggers.
2. Deanne Rusch 19 July, 1998 Near Victory Lake with boyfriend Christopher Smith.
3. Christopher Smith 19 July, 1998 Near Victory Lake with girlfriend Deanne Rusch.
4. Becky McGee 9 July, 1998 Discovered after wandering from a picnic in the Arklay Mountains with sister Priscilla McGee.
5. Priscilla McGee 7 July, 1998 Discovered after wandering from a picnic in the Arklay Mountains with sister Becky McGee.
6. Tonya Lipton Unknown July, 1998 Discovered in 'Sector 7B' in the Arklay Mountains.

Locations

  • Victory Lake - Deanne Rusch and Christopher Smith are discovered here (See Other events and locations above).
  • Route 6 - The R.P.D. sets up one of several roadblocks here to prevent access to the Arklay Mountains after reports of mysterious creatures appearing and murdering people.

Arklay in other media

There are several references to the Arklay Mountains in the Resident Evil films. Resident Evil, known in Japan as Biohazard ), is a highly successful survival-horror franchise that started life as video games developed by Capcom and created by Shinji Mikami. ...

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The Arklay Forest as seen in Resident Evil Apocalypse.
The Arklay Forest as seen in Resident Evil Apocalypse.

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  • In Resident Evil: Apocalypse, the 2004 sequel to Resident Evil, an opening scene where Terri Morales (Sandrine Holt) is presenting the weather forecast, the Arklay Mountains are displayed and are located northeast of Raccoon City.
  • One of the overpasses located in Raccoon City is called Arklay Overpass.
  • When Major Cain (Thomas Kretschmann) orders Raccoon City to be sanitized, a brief shot shows the B-2 flying over the Arklay Forest.
  • The helicopter crash site at the end of Resident Evil: Apocalypse is located in the Arklay Mountains.

Resident Evil: Apocalypse is the sequel to the 2002 film Resident Evil from Screen Gems, written by Paul W. S. Anderson and directed by Alexander Witt. ... This article or section is not written in the formal tone expected of an encyclopedia article. ... Sandrine Holt (born November 19, 1972 in London, England), originally named Sandrine Ho is a model turned actress. ... Overpass in East Potomac Park, Washington, D.C. Flyover in Miami Beach, Florida An overpass (In UK, most Commonwealth countries flyover) is a bridge, road or similar structure that crosses over another road. ... Thomas Kretschmann (born September 8, 1962) is a German actor who has also performed in Hollywood movies, mostly as ill-fated characters. ... The B-2 Spirit, made by Northrop Grumman, is an multi-role stealth aircraft able to drop conventional and nuclear weapons. ...

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Characters • Creatures Resident Evil ) is a survival horror game by Capcom and is the inaugural title in the Resident Evil series. ... The entrance of Spencer Mansion, as seen in the GameCube remake of Resident Evil. ... The Umbrella Corporation ) is a fictional biotech megacorp company set in the Resident Evil (Biohazard in Japan) videogame series. ... This article or section may need to be cleaned up because it describes a work of fiction as a factual topic. ... The Special Tactics and Rescue Service (S.T.A.R.S.), also referred to non-canonically as the Special Tactics and Rescue Squad in the novelizations and movies, is a fictional law-enforcing task force that appears in Capcoms Resident Evil survival horror franchise. ... Resident Evil, known in Japan as Biohazard, is a survival-horror franchise that started life as a video game series developed by Capcom and created by Shinji Mikami. ... It has been suggested that Multiplayer game be merged into this article or section. ... Resident Evil ) is a survival horror game by Capcom and is the inaugural title in the Resident Evil series. ... Resident Evil 2 ) is a survival horror game by Capcom originally released for the PlayStation in 1998 and the second installment in their Resident Evil series. ... Resident Evil 0 or Resident Evil Zero (Japanese:バイオハザード0, Biohazard 0) is a prequel to the latter Resident Evil Games. ... Resident Evil 4 , known as biohazard 4 in Japan; abbreviated RE4) is a horror-themed third-person shooter/action-adventure game published and developed by Capcom. ... Resident Evil: Outbreak (Japanese: Biohazard: Outbreak) is a single player game with online playability for the PlayStation 2 initially released in 2003. ... This article or section contains a plot summary that may be overly long, confusing, or ambiguous. ... This article or section is not written in the formal tone expected of an encyclopedia article. ... Resident Evil: Apocalypse is the sequel to the 2002 film Resident Evil from Screen Gems, written by Paul W. S. Anderson and directed by Alexander Witt. ... This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ...


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The Arklay Mountains are classified as temperate hardwood forest, with the region being dominated by Pine trees, Maple trees, Oak trees and other native plant life such as Raccoon City's signature colored herbs.
On July 23, 1998 as the Ecliptic Express' passed through the Arklay Mountains, it was attacked by mutated carnivorous leeches infected with the T-Virus.
During the T-Virus outbreak in the Arklay Mountains, the mutilated corpses of Deanne Rusch and Christopher Smith were discovered on the lake's shoreline.
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