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Date of Birth: 1960
Date of Death: 07/03/2009
Height: 190 cm
Weight: 90 kg
Blood Type: O
Dr. Albert Wesker was a bioengineering specialist and utmost elite individual with a formidable, grandeur-filled appearance and trademark deep-black sunglasses giving him an unapproachable air. He was an executive candidate and research scholar of the Umbrella Corporation and later a chief researcher at the forefront of the company's t-virus research.
When the research reached a certain level of completion at the hands of his colleague William Birkin, he transferred to the intelligence division and became a spy in the U.S. Army before being assigned as Captain of S.T.A.R.S. (Special Tactics and Rescue Service). He was a mastermind of the Mansion Incident and injected himself with an experimental virus to become superhuman, then defected to a rival company where he devoted himself to gathering viral weapons data. He obtained several viruses and organisms and led the hegemony of the B.O.W. (Bio Organic Weapons) underworld for several years after the bankruptcy of Umbrella. He allied with TRICELL to facilitate development of the Uroboros virus, his ultimate goal.
He was a perfectionist who made no mistakes and possessed sharp insight with outstanding judgement respected by those around him. He was quiet, clear-headed, calm and composed with dignity and style appropriate for an elite, but since he lacked basic human emotions, he had a cold and impersonal image. All he could do was live a life of self-affirmation by becoming the absolute chosen one through an ultimate goal of mass-extinction and forced evolution of humanity. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Table of Contents [hide]
- Early History
- Education (1977)
- t-Virus Project (1978-1991)
- Agent Career (1991-1998)
- Ecliptic Express Incident (Jul. 23, 1998)
- Mansion Incident (Jul. 24, 1998)
- Raccoon City Destruction Incident (1998)
- t-Veronica (1998)
- Sacred Snakes (2001-2002)
- Umbrella’s End (2003)
- Plaga (2004)
- Spencer Estate (2006)
- Uroboros Project (2006-2009)
In 1960, Albert Wesker was born in the U.S. as an only child to middle-class parents of notable achievements. From a young age, he felt isolated and harbored hatred for humanity. As he grew he harbored particular disdain for war and pestilence, believing humans to be an evolutionary dead-end in need of order, deliverance and rebirth.
He was selected as Subject No. 12 in the "Wesker Project", the plan of Oswell E. Spencer to create a superior human species with the Progenitor virus. He was mentally conditioned to instill the knowledge, morality and common sense promoted by Spencer and given the surname Wesker after the project's chief scientist. However, he possessed an even greater neo-human trait compared to the other Weskers, an absolute ambition.
In his teenage years, he aspired to become an executive in Umbrella Pharmaceuticals, the pharmaceutical company owned by Spencer. He was selected to attend the Umbrella Executive Training Center and at some point began wearing sunglasses to mask his expressions, even at night, making it difficult to discern his emotions. During these years, he was notably conceited. 10
At 17 years old, Wesker became a research scholar and junior executive candidate in the Umbrella Executive Training Center outside Raccoon City. He was taught by James Marcus, a preeminent authority on virology and co-founder of Umbrella. Marcus promoted a rivalry between Wesker and another candidate, 15 year old William Birkin. The contrast between the two earned Wesker the nickname "Practical Al" from the school's assistant director, and they became two of the only individuals Marcus trusted. 11
In November 1977, Wesker noticed Marcus' human experiments and reported them to Spencer. Three months later, Wesker and Birkin stole the t-virus developed by Marcus under Spencer's order. On July 29, the training school was shut down while Wesker and Birkin were promoted as chief scientists assigned to oversee the t-Virus Project in the Arklay Laboratory. Wesker received a PhD and ended his days as a research scholar. 12
t-Virus Project (1978-1991)
On July 31, 1978, Wesker arrived at the Arklay Laboratory for the first time with Birkin. He first encountered the laboratory's primary virus test subject, Lisa Trevor, and her body bound to the pipe bed moved something in his mind and caused him to ponder about the ultimatum of either successfully accomplishing the research or withering away like her, and he wondered if this reaction was part of Spencer's plan.
Throughout the 1980s, Wesker oversaw t-virus and B.O.W. development in the Arklay Laboratory. In 1981, he was frustrated by Birkin's jealousy of Alexia Ashford and while his colleague's work ethic was affected, he investigated the t-virus' secondary infection nature, which incited doubt within him about Spencer's intentions. He began to feel his limits as a researcher and planned to join the Umbrella Intelligence Division hoping to access information revealing Spencer's true goal. In 1983, he was relieved by Birkin's renewed spirit after the report on Ashford's death, but his suggestion to recover the t-Veronica virus she developed was vehemently opposed by Birkin.
In 1988, Wesker and Birkin entered a secret agreement with Spencer to assassinate James Marcus and steal his research results. He led agents into Marcus' laboratory and gloated over his dying mentor. However, this event sparked the first twinge of distrust of Spencer in Wesker's mind. He imagined that if Spencer murdered a so-called friend, he himself wouldn't be exempt. Due to this potential danger, Wesker formulated a plan to abandon the company but was forced to wait for a perfect opportunity to carry it out. At some point, he received an invitation from Umbrella's rival company to defect and join them.
Wesker worked with Birkin on the Tyrant Project to develop the ultimate B.O.W. However, the project stalled due to a lack of test subjects genetically compatible with the t-virus variant needed to create a Tyrant. In the meantime, Wesker turned to the Nemesis Project conducted by the Umbrella Europe Sixth Laboratory involving the use of a parasitic B.O.W. to increase the intelligence and combat capabilities of another B.O.W. The project had a fatal fault as the prototype parasite killed any test subjects. Wesker schemed to correct this flaw and monopolize the project, and used Spencer's backing to obtain the prototype parasite.
Wesker and Birkin administered the prototype parasite to the test subject Lisa Trevor, but it vanished when it attempted to enter her brain. While trying to find out why, Birkin noticed mutant genes in her body harboring the basis of a new virus. Wesker later compiled his time as a chief scientist in a report he sent to Ada Wong. 13
Agent Career (1991-1998)
In 1991, after approval of the G-Virus Project formulated by Birkin, Wesker transferred to the Umbrella Intelligence Division to investigate Spencer's true goal, knowing that the G-virus was beyond his abilities as a researcher. With Umbrella's influence, he was recruited as a U.S. Army chemical officer where he received military training and conducted intelligence activities for the company over the next four years.
In 1992, Wesker met an Edonian immigrated woman in her early 20s with the surname "Muller." The details are unknown, but a brief relation between the two led to the conception of a child. Wesker disappeared and a pregnant Muller returned to Edonia unable to inform Wesker of the pregnancy. She gave birth to a son, Jake Muller. His mother remained enamored with Wesker until her eventual death, but he never knew of his son.
On July 31, 1995, Wesker and Birkin reunited at the Arklay Laboratory to carry out final disposal of the test subject Lisa Trevor.
In April 1996, Wesker returned to Raccoon City and was appointed at Umbrella's recommendation as Captain of S.T.A.R.S. (Special Tactics and Rescue Service), a special operations unit of the R.P.D. (Raccoon Police Department) funded by Umbrella. During this time, he acted as LDR (Leader) and took notice of Chris Redfield, the unit's top marksman. He was the only member of the unit equipped with a wireless headset receiver as opposed to a standard-issue radio, giving him a tactical advantage over the rest of his teammates.
Over the next two years, Wesker conducted counter-intelligence activities to prevent S.T.A.R.S. from uncovering Umbrella's illegal activities in Raccoon City. He was usually mild and close to impartial for the sake of giving calm and precise instructions in the event of emergencies, and he gained the trust of his officers. He also had a strange habit of bearing a faint smile in times of danger, but there were few who noticed. Wesker remained chief of security at the Arklay Laboratory and served as a research advisor overseeing development of the Tyrant (T-002 Type).
In May, after the t-virus leak in the Arklay Laboratory, Wesker prevented employees from leaving the grounds or making phone calls. He was assigned to lead the "Reclamation Project" to reopen the executive training center as a replacement for the Arklay Laboratory. 14 On July 22, Wesker was charged with the "X-DAY" procedure to gather B.O.W. embryos and combat data within the Arklay Laboratory using S.T.A.R.S. as combatants then destroy the facility along with the officers.
On July 23, Wesker dispatched S.T.A.R.S. Bravo Team and sabotaged the helicopter's engine in order to force them onto the ground to engage the B.O.W.s so that combat data could be collected. Wesker also received an experimental virus from Birkin and was informed that it had the chance to revive him with superhuman abilities. Unknown to them, this virus was being used by Spencer to screen the more genetically gifted children of the Wesker Project. 15
Ecliptic Express Incident (Jul. 23, 1998)
On July 23, Wesker joined Birkin in his secret underground laboratory to coordinate the two investigation teams of the Reclamation Project. However, the training facility was filled with escaped B.O.W.s and a new creature called "Mimicry Marcus", and the first investigation team was wiped out.
As the second investigation team traveled to the training center on the Ecliptic Express train, Wesker sent Delta Team of the U.S.S. (Umbrella Security Service) to investigate the train and take control. Around the same time, the helicopter of S.T.A.R.S. Bravo Team crashed. While observing the interior of the training facility and discovering that Rebecca Chambers and Billy Coen had reached it, the Queen Leech taking the form of James Marcus appeared to Wesker and Birkin via the monitors in the facility. He revealed that he was the one who had caused the recent outbreaks, prompting them to begin investigating him.
Realizing that the series of biohazard outbreaks would expose Umbrella, Wesker set a plan into motion to fake his death and join a rival company he had previously received an invitation from while bringing with him B.O.W. embryos and data as bargaining points toward a high position within the company. He parted ways with Birkin and left to gear up the S.T.A.R.S. Alpha Team under the pretense of a search and rescue operation for the lost Bravo Team. While attempting to return to Raccoon City, Wesker encountered Umbrella executive Sergei Vladimir, who suspected he intended to betray Umbrella.
Vladimir sent his modified Tyrant "Ivan" to kill Wesker. However at that moment, Wesker used the explosion of the training facility as a diversion and escaped. However, Vladimir used Umbrella's RED QUEEN defense AI in order to revoke Wesker's access to the U.M.F.-013 (Umbrella Mainframe No.013) which contained all of the company's research data, a central part of Wesker's plan.
Mansion Incident (Jul. 24, 1998)
On July 24, Wesker reached the Arklay Laboratory and separated from Alpha Team by retreating to a secret room from which he recorded combat data using the facility's cameras. He surfaced only briefly to assassinate Enrico Marini, who had discovered his betrayal, as well as lure the surviving members back into the mansion, release the Hunter B.O.W. specimens and remind Burton of their arrangement. He waited as Burton lured the others to the Tyrant's room, where Wesker injected himself with the experimental virus.
He revealed his true intention to S.T.A.R.S. to steal Umbrella's research and sever himself from the company with the Tyrant in his possession, then released the Tyrant itself and allowed it to attack him. As he died, he was certain of the plan's success. However, S.T.A.R.S. went beyond Wesker's imagination and destroyed the Tyrant, dealing a blow to his plans by destroying his ultimate gift that would have quickly earned him a position within the rival company's top brass.
Wesker awoke to hatred. The virus had revived him and gave him superhuman abilities, making him a deviant of the natural world surpassing humanity. However, another blow to his plan came when he attempted to steal Umbrella's research data, only to realize that his access was revoked by Vladimir. He swore revenge against him and trapped Lisa Trevor within the exploding building. He escaped and successfully defected to the rival company. He was presumed dead for several months and his official report of death was filed on August 28, 1998. 16
While Wesker succeeded in stealing a large amount of B.O.W. combat data, the Hunter master data and the t-virus, the interference of Sergei Vladimir prevented him from stealing the rest of Umbrella's research data. Along with the destruction of the Tyrant at the hands of S.T.A.R.S., his plan was dealt a significant blow and his reputation suffered. In response, he turned to a backup plan in order to regain his lost honor and pride, the recovery of the G-virus developed by William Birkin.
Due to the experimental nature of the virus he injected himself with, its bond with his body was unstable. In order to sustain life as a superhuman, it was necessary for him to regularly take appropriate doses of the drug "PG67A/W." Overdosing on this drug could cause him to lose his abilities or die.
Raccoon City Destruction Incident (1998)
After the Mansion Incident, Wesker learned from the rival company's spy Ada Wong that a scientist had refused to turn the G-virus over to Umbrella. Wesker knew that the scientist was Birkin. Feeling indebted to his former colleague, he ordered Wong to infiltrate Raccoon City and rescue him, along with the G-virus as a gift to the rival company.
On September 23, before Wesker and Wong could execute their plan, the U.S.S. led by HUNK attacked Birkin and stole the G-virus. A dying Birkin injected himself with a sample of the virus, becoming a monster and killing most of his assassins, leaking the t-virus in the process. As a result, t-virus infection within the city spread at an exponential rate. Wesker was forced to deploy Wong to infiltrate Birkin's laboratory and recover a sample of the G-virus while he observed from the shadows to preserve his "deceased" status.
Wesker recorded the combat data of G-Birkin and the Nemesis-T Type and also witnessed Wong's interaction with rookie police officer Leon S. Kennedy, for whom she betrayed the rival company in order to save his life. Wesker prepared to abandon her for this, but she presented a tissue sample from G-Birkin containing the G-virus. Viewing her talent and skill as invaluable, Wesker changed his mind and provided her with a means to escape the city via an Umbrella helicopter leaving the city. Wesker's recovery of the G-virus earned him greater power and influence within the rival company.
Sometime after the incident, Umbrella learned of Wesker's survival and his affiliation with the rival company.
In December, based on intelligence from a spy on Rockfort Island, Wesker learned of the supposed reawakening of the presumed dead Alexia Ashford. Unknown to him, it was actually her twin brother Alfred Ashford dressing as her. 17 The rival company ordered Wesker to capture Alexia in order to acquire the t-Veronica virus from her body. He took command of H.C.F. (Hive/Host Capture Force), a special operations unit of the company, and led a raid on the island. Wesker himself also believed the virus would be useful for his own ultimate goal.
On December 27, Wesker led an air strike and ground assault on the island, leaking the t-virus in the process. However, H.C.F. discovered that Alexia was not on the island. Wesker confronted Claire Redfield and decided to use her progress on the island to ascertain her true location. After her escape from the island, Wesker encountered Chris Redfield and attempted to kill him before being interrupted and departing to the Umbrella Antarctic Base.
Although Alexia Ashford was completely destroyed by his former subordinate, his team recovered the corpse of Steve Burnside, who was injected with a recombinant strain of t-Veronica that Wesker dubbed "t-Alexia." However, he determined that the virus was useless to his own ultimate plan and gave it to the rival company. His successful recovery of the virus gained him further influence within the company.
Sacred Snakes (2001-2002)
In 2001, Wesker came into contact with drug lord Javier Hidalgo and identified himself as a virus trafficker. He sold t-Veronica to Hidalgo as an analeptic drug for his terminally ill daughter, Manuela Hidalgo and confirmed Hidalgo's theory that replacing her organs on a regular basis would hold the virus at bay. In return, Wesker requested a large sum of money and a collusive business partnership with the Sacred Snakes crime syndicate.
Ada Wong attempted to gain information from Hidalgo's organization, but after her activities were reported to Wesker, he lied and claimed she was an Umbrella spy in order to have her killed by Hidalgo. This attempt failed. 18
In 2002, Wesker was present in Amparo during the biological disaster orchestrated by Hidalgo and he observed the destruction of the V Complex. Sometime after the incident, he was approached by Jack Krauser, one of the operatives involved in the operation against Hidalgo. Krauser became a loyal subordinate agent of Wesker. His true purpose for selling t-Veronica to Hidalgo remains unknown.
Umbrella’s End (2003)
In February 2003, bizarre murder cases occurred in the Caucasus region of Southern Russia, identical to the murder cases of 1998 that led to the Mansion Incident. Wesker investigated the incidents and gained information on the secret Russian branch of Umbrella and the company's preparations for a revival. He vowed to end the company. 19
Around the same time, Wesker received reports from the rival company's spies in a remote Caucasus village used by Umbrella as a "hangar", one of many storage facilities throughout the world used to hide various assets including developmental B.O.W.s and viral antibodies lying in stasis. The spies reported that the t-virus had leaked in the village. Wesker traveled to the village in order to recover research data and the Hunter δ B.O.W. He encountered his former subordinates Chris Redfield and Jill Valentine in the process, but chose to use them for his own ends.
His plan failed as the research data was destroyed. However, he successfully retrieved a disk containing internal diagrams of the Caucasus Laboratory. He subsequently leaked information on the laboratory and the presence of the Talos B.O.W. to the Russian government which passed this information onto the Private Ant-Biohazard Service which Redfield and Valentine belonged to.
On February 18, Wesker arrived at the Caucasus Laboratory and used the raid by Redfield and Valentine's unit as a distraction to infiltrate the facility. He leaked the t-virus and avoided the anti-biohazard unit. He killed Sergei Vladimir's two "Ivan" bodyguards, but Vladimir injected himself with the t-virus. He questioned Vladimir on the whereabouts of Oswell E. Spencer but gained no answer. After killing Vladimir, he saved the research data to a hologram memory disk and erased the U.M.F.-013 and the RED QUEEN AI.
Shortly after, Wesker used the Umbrella Archive data to turn over incriminating evidence against Umbrella to the U.S. Supreme Court and anonymously testified against Spencer. This action led to beginning of the company's complete dissolution. Vladimir's mutation led Wesker to a hypothesis that the mutation of a host infected with a Progenitor virus variant was partially affected by the host's mental state. 20
With Umbrella's data, Wesker gained full unrestricted access to its remaining resources and assets around the world, including the Umbrella Satellite System, Umbrella Archives, Umbrella Chronicles, Umbrella Network Archive and Umbrella Data Link. He planned to establish an organization surpassing Umbrella in order to veil his ultimate goal of the mass extinction and forced evolution of humanity.
After Umbrella's final judgement, Wesker approached Excella Gionne, a young director in the pharmaceutical department of the conglomerate TRICELL. His interest in her was piqued by her intelligence and character, and he decided to use her to secure himself a position within the company. He supplied her with the t-virus and t-Veronica, as well as the technology to make use of them. Gionne rose within TRICELL and established a secret biological weapons department. TRICELL was to serve as Wesker’s backup plan in the event of betrayal by the rival company.
The rival company learned of Wesker's collusion with TRICELL through its employee Ricardo Irving, an informant to Ada Wong.
In 2004, the rival company discovered the existence of the Plaga, an ancient parasitic organism released by the Los Illuminados cult with the ability to control hosts and bestow superhuman abilities. Wesker enacted an operation to recover the parasite by ordering Jack Krauser to kidnap the daughter of the U.S. President, Ashley Graham, and use her to infiltrate the cult.
Krauser successfully joined the cult but was still distrusted by its leader, Osmund Saddler. Wesker decided to request Ada Wong to join the operation as backup, with the ulterior motive of using both her and Krauser to monitor each other and ensure neither acted as a double agent against him. Wesker used Wong to gather intelligence, but after ordering her to eliminate U.S. agent Leon S. Kennedy, she took matters into her own hands. He instead ordered Krauser to assassinate him, but this attempt was foiled by Wong.
Wesker was betrayed by Wong after she sent him a mere subordinate species Plaga, while sending the dominant species sample to the top brass of the rival company. Wesker was very hurt by her betrayal, but it was not a total surprise to him. His loss was mitigated by his acquisition of the dead dominant species Plaga from the corpse of Krauser. He cloned this specimen and successfully began his own research, taking the first big step towards a new goal. Soon after, Wesker gained complete control of the rival company. Until now, Wesker had obtained many viruses and organisms, including the t-virus, G-virus, t-Veronica and the Plaga. Armed with these, he obtained status, wealth and honor. Materially, he was contented.
However, Wesker continued to harbor a constant discomfort being unable to fathom the true goal of Oswell E. Spencer. He had said that his superfluous capital investment into B.O.W.s was abnormal. Originally, the merit of a biological weapon was that it could be developed cheaply. Thinking about combined use with a normal weapon system, extreme B.O.W. development was thus far unnecessary. Why did he persist in B.O.W.s?
Spencer Estate (2006)
In 2006, the question of Spencer once again flared up in his mind. In order to find out the answer, Wesker searched for Spencer's whereabouts. However, after Umbrella's collapse, Spencer went missing despite an international manhunt. Wesker used all of his organization's power, money and time, and finally discovered Spencer's location. Spencer himself leaked his own location, wanting Wesker to find him without knowing his intent. Spencer's butler, Patrick, gave the information to Ricardo Irving. He then passed the information onto Wesker himself. 21
In August, Wesker arrived at the Spencer Estate in Europe and killed its security team. He met Spencer in the library and remained unable to measure his true intentions, a feeling he experienced many times when employed by Umbrella. Spencer explained his true goal to Wesker in detail. The use of the Progenitor virus to enact forced evolution of the human race to create a new world with a neogentic humanity with himself as "God." The Wesker Project to create the perfect model human for this nascent humanity, and the nature of the virus within Wesker's body as a "screening" method to weed out the project's truly excellent subjects.
That was the true nature of the uneasiness Wesker felt. He wasn't interested in Spencer, his curiosity was programmed. And in accordance with Spencer's expectations, he returned to him. However, in order to ensure that his goal would be passed onto Wesker, Spencer made a single lie by claiming that he was the only survivor of the Wesker Project. In actuality, there was a second survivor, Alex Wesker. Spencer knew that Albert Wesker would pursue Alex if he knew of his existence. However, Spencer had only one miscalculation. The safeguard kept in the depths of Wesker's psyche was effective only because he was a mystery. There was no reason for Wesker to be quietly bound by it if he understood his true nature. Furthermore, he had grown old and was an old man all the more close to death.
"God... I see. I will take over." With those words, Wesker cut his own chains and finally severed himself from Spencer. At that moment, he was confronted by his former subordinates Redfield and Valentine. Wesker thought of this as a revelation, the Homo sapiens who had interfered with his own plans many times. To Wesker, it seemed that there was still room for evolution. He disabled both agents in a short fight and prepared to kill Redfield, however, Valentine jumped at them and threw herself and Wesker out of a window and over the cliff.
Uroboros Project (2006-2009)
Wesker survived the fall and took a severely wounded Valentine with him. He went underground with his position in TRICELL, holding funds, research results and viruses. He decided on his final plan, the veritable "Uroboros Project", and began to ascend the steps to become a next-generation God. Wesker rescued Valentine and simply kept her alive in a cryo-sleep state. As a modest revenge against her, he planned to use her as the first test subject when the Uroboros Project was completed.
However, the sensors supervising her vital signs detected abnormal values that attracted Wesker's interest. He discovered a mutant strain of the t-virus in her body which rejuvenated and surfaced before vanishing completely, leaving behind strong virus antibodies. This fact delighted Wesker. Development of the Uroboros virus ran into difficulties beyond expectations, as the initial strain derived from the Progenitor flower was too toxic for use on humans. Wesker used the antibodies Valentine possessed in order to counteract its toxicity and kept her alive as a living antibody factory. 22
In 2009, the Uroboros virus was completed. However, due to Valentine's high purity antibodies, Wesker decided to instead use her as a test subject for the P30 drug. The drug eroded her mind and kept her alive as Wesker and Gionne's personal "toy." However, through the efforts of Chris Redfield and Sheva Alomar, Wesker was overdosed with the PG67A/W drug and his plan was ruined as the plane intended to spread the virus crashed into a nearby volcano.
As an adaptor to the Uroboros virus, Wesker absorbed a large amount of the virus from a missile. This made him more powerful and overcame his limit, but brought him to a mad condition. As he could completely control the Uroboros pustule collective, he was not consumed by the virus. He grabbed a metal fragment as a weapon and attacked the two agents, but fell into the lava. He attemped to pull their rescue helicopter in with him, but was completely oblitereated by two rockets launched by Redfield and Alomar.
- 1. Albert Wesker Profile
- 2. Albert Wesker Notes
- 3. biohazard Kaitai Shinsho (Page 017)
- 4. biohazard 0 Kaitai Shinsho (Page 010)
- 5. BIOHAZARD 3 LAST ESCAPE OFFICIAL GUIDEBOOK - Fulfillment Of Her Escape (Page 136)
- 6. BIOHAZARD CODE:Veronica Kaitai Shinsho (Page 012)
- 7. biohazard 4 Kaitai Shinsho (Page 013)
- 8. BIOHAZARD 5 Kaitai Shinsho (Page 014)
- 9. biohazard archives (Page 115-116)
- 10. No. 12 Albert Wesker
- 11. Assistant Director's Diary
- 12. No. 01 History of BIOHAZARD
- 13. Wesker's Report II
- 14. A Researcher's Will
- 15. Virus Memo
- 16. Report on Project W - Aug. 28, 1998
- 17. Surveillance Report
- 18. Communications from Wesker (FAX Documents)
- 19. Wesker's Extra Report
- 20. Wesker's Note - Peculiarity Regarding Transformation
- 21. Patrick's Memoirs 3
- 22. No. 10 Jill Valentine