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Encyclopedia > Characters in Resident Evil Outbreak

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Main characters

Kevin Ryman

Kevin Ryman is a video game character appearing in the Resident Evil series. Kevin is one of the main characters in Resident Evil Outbreak and Resident Evil Outbreak File #2. It has been suggested that this article or section be merged into Fictional character. ... This article is about the video game series. ... Resident Evil: Outbreak, known as Biohazard: Outbreak ) in Japan, is a single player game with online playability for the PlayStation 2 initially released in 2004. ... Resident Evil, known as Biohazard (バイオハザード) in Japan, is a successful franchise of horror-adventure video games developed by Capcom. ...


A thirty-one year old R.P.D. officer, Kevin is based from the same central precinct as the legendary S.T.A.R.S. unit. Based on his uniform, he is possibly a member of the Select Police Force. Although an expert marksman, Kevin always finds himself runner-up to fellow officers Chris Redfield and Forest Speyer in local shooting tournaments. Being an eternal optimist, he figures his time will eventually come. Kevin has failed the S.T.A.R.S. selection process twice, due to his slacking nature and carefree attitude, although he is highly qualified for the job in every other regard. He is athletic, good with firearms and an avid car lover. J's Bar is Kevin's favourite haunt, where he spends much of his time attempting to flirt with waitress Cindy Lennox and has amassed a hefty tab over the years; his name is on the blacklist until he decides to pay off his debts. He is also a hopeless darts player, and has lost a small fortune attempting to best his far more skilled opponents over and over again, perhaps giving some insight into his irresponsible personality. He seems to have a budding friendship with Leon S. Kennedy, but it is never fully explained. 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. ... 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. ... Chris Redfield is a character in the Resident Evil video game series. ... This is a list of minor characters appearing in the Resident Evil video game series who are members of S.T.A.R.S. Spoiler warning: // Joseph Frost was Alpha Teams omni-man, in charge of vehicular and armament maintenance. ... Cindy Lennox is a video game character appearing in the Resident Evil series. ... Leon Scott Kennedy is a video game character from the Resident Evil survival horror series. ...


At the start of the game, he is automatically equipped with his own handgun- a Colt M1911. It's a powerful pistol, but the .45 ACP rounds are scarce in scenarios. The M1911 is a single action, semi-automatic handgun, chambered for the . ... .45 ACP cartridges .45 redirects here. ...


Mark Wilkins

Mark Wilkins is a video game character appearing in the Resident Evil series. Mark is one of the main characters in Resident Evil Outbreak and Resident Evil Outbreak File #2. It has been suggested that this article or section be merged into Fictional character. ... This article is about the video game series. ... Resident Evil: Outbreak, known as Biohazard: Outbreak ) in Japan, is a single player game with online playability for the PlayStation 2 initially released in 2004. ... Resident Evil, known as Biohazard (バイオハザード) in Japan, is a successful franchise of horror-adventure video games developed by Capcom. ...


"Currently working for a security company in Raccoon City, Mark is a Vietnam veteran. Approximately fifty-one years old, his robust strength has not diminished. He has tasted the emptiness of war and now, more than anything, he just wants to live in peace." Raccoon City was a fictional midwestern city from the Resident Evil series of survival horror games created by Capcom. ...


Mark's SP items give insight into his family life. He has a strained relationship with his son, whom refuses to follow in Mark's footsteps as a marine. It is also suggested that Mark was a heavy drinker, and has recently recovered. This could be related to his experiences in Vietnam, where he received an injury, which has plagued him his entire life. This could also be related to Mark losing his faith in mankind.


He also has an uneasy relationship with Kevin Ryman, based on the fact that Security Guards and Raccoon Police Department personnel in general think lowly of each other.


Mark's specialty is attacking with melee weapons in the game. He has good upper body strength that allows him to wield melee weapons well. Mark also has the ability to block attacks but it does not prevent the virus meter from increasing. He also starts off with his personal Beretta 92FS, which has an advantage over Kevin's Colt M1911, because it uses the more commonly found 9mm parrabellum rounds. Due to a longer barrel compared to a regular Beretta 92FS, it trades short range firepower for long range effectiveness. The Beretta 92SB-F, Beretta 92FS, Beretta 92G, Beretta 92FS Inox, and Beretta 96 are semi-automatic pistols, locked-breech delayed recoil operated, double/single action pistols, chambered for the 9 mm Parabellum cartridge (92 series) and the . ... The M1911 is a single action, semi-automatic handgun, chambered for the . ...


George Hamilton

George Hamilton is a video game character appearing in the Resident Evil series. George is one of the main characters in Resident Evil Outbreak and Resident Evil Outbreak File #2. It has been suggested that this article or section be merged into Fictional character. ... This article is about the video game series. ... Resident Evil: Outbreak, known as Biohazard: Outbreak ) in Japan, is a single player game with online playability for the PlayStation 2 initially released in 2004. ... Resident Evil, known as Biohazard (バイオハザード) in Japan, is a successful franchise of horror-adventure video games developed by Capcom. ...


One of Raccoon City's finest surgeons, George is a thirty-nine year old who works at Raccoon General Hospital. Although he is not a person who likes to take the lead under pressure, he has a cooperative, open-minded spirit and the ability to naturally acquire the trust of others. He also has a keen interest in the collection of rare and unique watches and a reputation for being a sharp dresser. Raccoon City was a fictional midwestern city from the Resident Evil series of survival horror games created by Capcom. ...


Although George lives in relative luxury due to his highly demanding occupation, he has a naturally active lifestyle, and feels much more relaxed when camping or rowing. He has a tendency to romanticize his profession.


George was, until recently, married for many years. As the game begins, George is attempting to cope with the breakup of his family and the stress of the long and difficult hours he works at the hospital. What becomes of George's family during the outbreak is unknown, although it is possible his ex-wife had moved to a neighboring town after the divorce.


His special ability is making new medicines from herbs found in the field using his medical kit, which is in his inventory at the start of each scenario.


Cindy Lennox

Cindy Lennox is a video game character appearing in the Resident Evil series . Cindy is one of the main characters in Resident Evil Outbreak and Resident Evil Outbreak File #2. Image File history File links Cindy2. ... Image File history File links Cindy2. ... It has been suggested that this article or section be merged into Fictional character. ... This article is about the video game series. ... Resident Evil: Outbreak, known as Biohazard: Outbreak ) in Japan, is a single player game with online playability for the PlayStation 2 initially released in 2004. ... Resident Evil, known as Biohazard (バイオハザード) in Japan, is a successful franchise of horror-adventure video games developed by Capcom. ...


Cindy is a twenty three year old waitress at J's Bar in Raccoon City. Cindy is described as having a cheery spirit, cheerful attitude, bright smile and a face. She will always try to put other people's interests before her own. Even in the most extreme situations, Cindy strives to keep that "can-do" attitude, which is necessary in her line of work. Raccoon City was a fictional midwestern city from the Resident Evil series of survival horror games created by Capcom. ...


As the waitress in J's Bar, she seems to be an acquaintance of every other character as all of them have visited that place at least once. Kevin seems to go there often and the two seem to get along quite well despite his failed attempts at flirting.


Her SP items and reactions to situations portray Cindy as unapologetically girly and nice, fond of collecting stuffed animals, buying clothes, trying new beauty treatments, and gardening. She never curses or uses a term stronger than "meanie." Her endings show that she's rapidly becoming accustomed to the realities of her situation. Her optimism remains undiminished by the outbreak itself.


In the game, Cindy's special ability is that she can krump zombies into submission, heal her friends using her herb case, which can hold 3 of each a red, blue, and green herb, and also another space for combined herbs. She can 'Aid' her team mates using herbs inside the case, healing the condition they are currently in, and also 'Take Out' herbs so they can be traded or so Cindy can have easier and quicker access to them.


David King

David King is a video game character appearing in the Resident Evil series. David is one of the main characters in Resident Evil Outbreak and Resident Evil Outbreak File #2. It has been suggested that this article or section be merged into Fictional character. ... This article is about the video game series. ... Resident Evil: Outbreak, known as Biohazard: Outbreak ) in Japan, is a single player game with online playability for the PlayStation 2 initially released in 2004. ... Resident Evil, known as Biohazard (バイオハザード) in Japan, is a successful franchise of horror-adventure video games developed by Capcom. ...


"A quiet worker in his late twenties to early thirties, David doesn't talk much about his past. It's not because he's unfriendly; he's simply a man of few words. With sharp eyesight and deft movements with his knife, he proves his worth getting around in a scene of bloodshed."


David's past is never discussed within the game. His Special Items hint that he was once a juvenile delinquent, perhaps explaining his prowess with knives. Other Special Items suggest he is possibly a Native American, that he collects weaponry and tools, and that he is self-reliant to a fault. David is fascinated by Japanese history and culture, especially in relation to strength and "Bushido", also known as the "way of the warrior." He likens himself to a lion: strong, adaptive, resilient, fierce and dominant. His pride in this comparison is displayed through his clothing, tools and equipment. Japanese samurai in armor, 1860s. ...


With his equipment, David can make new tools with old ones. He also has a folding knife in his tool kit which can be used as a melee weapon, and wrenches to use as projectiles.


Alyssa Ashcroft

Alyssa Ashcroft is a video game character appearing in the Resident Evil series. Alyssa is one of the main characters in Resident Evil Outbreak and Resident Evil Outbreak File #2. It has been suggested that this article or section be merged into Fictional character. ... This article is about the video game series. ... Resident Evil: Outbreak, known as Biohazard: Outbreak ) in Japan, is a single player game with online playability for the PlayStation 2 initially released in 2004. ... Resident Evil, known as Biohazard (バイオハザード) in Japan, is a successful franchise of horror-adventure video games developed by Capcom. ...


Alyssa is a twenty-eight year old who works as a journalist for local newspaper, The Daily Raccoon. She is fiercely competitive and enjoys nothing more than to beat her rivals to the "scoop." With her strong personality, she is a sore loser who often clashes with others. Although she's a bit stuck on herself, she won't hesitate to assist another survivor in a pinch. Alyssa has a natural talent for shooting and an inquisitive nature that makes good use of her skills with a lock pick. An outstanding and often overzealous journalist, Ben Bertolucci is known to respect her tenacity, although this same ambition has occasionally cost him some prime headline material. Often coming across as abrasive, bossy, and hypercompetitive, Alyssa's SP Items suggest that she is a technophile who is extremely vain and effectively married to her job, with few interests that do not relate directly back to journalism. This is a list of minor characters appearing in the core Resident Evil series. ...


Due to her self-absorbed and "workaholic" lifestyle, Alyssa has very few friends and no current relationship. She once had a close colleague whom she worked with by the name of Kurt. However, Kurt was killed in a mysterious incident on the outskirts of the Arklay Mountains five years before the T-Virus outbreak in Raccoon City. Alyssa and several other journalists attempted to uncover the details surrounding Kurt's death, but all information and leads simply seemed to vanish not long after the incident. Eventually, Alyssa once again drowned herself in her work, as she did so, Kurt's death eventually slipped further and further into the recesses of her memory. To this day, Kurt's death remains an almost forgotten event as Alyssa continues to hunt down the next big headline. The Arklay Mountains (or Arclay Mountains) is a fictional region from the Resident Evil series. ... T-Virus and G-Virus samples from Resident Evil 2. ... Raccoon City was a fictional midwestern city from the Resident Evil series of survival horror games created by Capcom. ...


Jim Chapman

Jim Chapman is a video game character appearing in the Resident Evil series. Jim is one of the main characters in Resident Evil Outbreak and Resident Evil Outbreak File #2. It has been suggested that this article or section be merged into Fictional character. ... This article is about the video game series. ... Resident Evil: Outbreak, known as Biohazard: Outbreak ) in Japan, is a single player game with online playability for the PlayStation 2 initially released in 2004. ... Resident Evil, known as Biohazard (バイオハザード) in Japan, is a successful franchise of horror-adventure video games developed by Capcom. ...


Jim Chapman is a twenty-four year old subway employee with a keen sense of intuition and a talent for problem-solving. While Jim is a friendly and cheerful person, he can also be very cowardly and will complain constantly when nervous or angry. Although he means no harm, Jim's personality tends to frustrate and annoy those around him. He is a highly intelligent person who enjoys nothing more than sitting down to a difficult crossword puzzle or other thought-provoking challenges to pass the time, although his manner of speech and choice of clothing gives others the impression he was raised in a rough environment. Jim also has a keen interest in sneakers, almost bordering on obsession, and refuses to wear his full uniform to work, due to the fact that this would mean not wearing his precious sneakers.


Jim's special ability is that the enemies will rarely attack him. Jim is also equipped with his 'Lucky' coin at the start of each scenario. This makes him more likely to get special events.


Yoko Suzuki

Yoko Suzuki is a video game character appearing in the Resident Evil series. Yoko is one of the main characters in Resident Evil Outbreak and Resident Evil Outbreak File #2. Image File history File linksMetadata Download high-resolution version (350x700, 47 KB) Artwork of Yoko Suzuki from Resident Evil Outbreak Resident Evil Survial Horror Resident Evils Spanish Fansite This image is an illustration of a character or characters in a comic book, video game, or animated television program or... Image File history File linksMetadata Download high-resolution version (350x700, 47 KB) Artwork of Yoko Suzuki from Resident Evil Outbreak Resident Evil Survial Horror Resident Evils Spanish Fansite This image is an illustration of a character or characters in a comic book, video game, or animated television program or... It has been suggested that this article or section be merged into Fictional character. ... This article is about the video game series. ... Resident Evil: Outbreak, known as Biohazard: Outbreak ) in Japan, is a single player game with online playability for the PlayStation 2 initially released in 2004. ... Resident Evil, known as Biohazard (バイオハザード) in Japan, is a successful franchise of horror-adventure video games developed by Capcom. ...


"As the result of her studies, Yoko is extremely knowledgeable about computers. She has a quiet, reserved personality, but the strength of her inquisitive mind emerges with a surprising toughness. Once she gets focused on something, it's hard to distract her attention."


A mysterious young woman, Yoko claims to be a twenty year old student of Raccoon City's prestigious local university. An expert with computers, she is a somewhat shy and soft-spoken person, although she is prone to bouts of uncharacteristic bravery when it is needed the most. She has a highly inquisitive mind and once focused on something, she will relentlessly pursue her goal until it is achieved. In her spare time, she collects various kinds of gadgetry and is a voracious reader.


Yoko was originally employed, presumably as a computer technician, in William Birkin's laboratory underneath Raccoon City. She was also one of the subjects who donated cells to the project that would create the Tyrant. Subsequently, Yoko was operated upon by an Umbrella researcher named Greg Muller, to suppress her memories of the experiment. In her best ending for File #2, Yoko regains her memory as she watches the destruction of Raccoon City, and goes on to testify against Umbrella in court.


Yoko's special ability is that she can hold more items (exactly 4 more) than anybody else because of her backpack.


Through Ad-libs in the game, it has been hinted that Yoko has a crush on Kevin, although Kevin is oblivious to this.


Supporting characters

File#1 NPCs

Further information: Resident Evil Outbreak#Supporting characters by scenario
  • Bob Park
  • Will Garrison
  • Raymond
  • Arthur and Aaron
  • Dorian
  • Elliott, Eric and Harry
  • Monica
  • Carter
  • Hursh
  • Charlie and Len
  • Danny and Gill
  • Peter Jenkins
  • Greg Muller
  • Nicholai Ginovaef

Resident Evil: Outbreak, known as Biohazard: Outbreak ) in Japan, is a single player game with online playability for the PlayStation 2 initially released in 2004. ... Nicholai Ginovaef in Resident Evil 3: Nemesis. ...

File#2 NPCs

Further information: Resident_Evil_Outbreak:_File_2#Supporting_Characters
  • Austin Tayor
  • Patrick Reyes and Lloyd Stewort
  • Allan Erdot
  • Regan Mallet
  • Dorothy Lester
  • Kurt Matthews
  • Rita
  • Marvin Branagh
  • Nathan Donelly and Samuel Kirk
  • Linda Washington
  • Carter Thompson
  • Rodriguez
  • Arnold

 
 

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