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'''''Brendan Moody''''' was one of the surviving Umbrella researchers after the global T-virus outbreak.
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'''Brendan Moody''' was one of the surviving Umbrella researchers after the [[global T-virus pandemic (DeCandido)|global T-virus pandemic]].
   
 
==Biography==
 
==Biography==
Surviving in Nevada, Moody was part of Dr. [[Sam Isaacs]]' team, who were focusing on defeating the virus by instead vaccinating the zombies. The experiment had some initial success - the zombie had a reduced appetite and was being taught children's games to re-domesticate it. Unfortunately it became enraged at being unable to play the game and ripped Moody's head off.<ref>DeCandido, ''[[Resident Evil: Extinction|Extinction]]'', Chapter Fourteen</ref>
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Surviving in Nevada, Moody was part of Dr. [[Sam Isaacs]]' team, who were focusing on defeating the virus by instead vaccinating the zombies. The experiment had some initial success - the zombie had a reduced appetite and was being taught children's games to re-domesticate it. Unfortunately it became enraged at being unable to play the game and ripped Moody's head off.<ref>DeCandido, ''[[Resident Evil: Extinction|Extinction]]'', Chapter Fourteen.</ref>
   
 
==Sources==
 
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Revision as of 01:52, March 4, 2018

DeCandido universe
(DeCandido's novelizations of the Anderson films)


Brendan Moody was one of the surviving Umbrella researchers after the global T-virus pandemic.

Biography

Surviving in Nevada, Moody was part of Dr. Sam Isaacs' team, who were focusing on defeating the virus by instead vaccinating the zombies. The experiment had some initial success - the zombie had a reduced appetite and was being taught children's games to re-domesticate it. Unfortunately it became enraged at being unable to play the game and ripped Moody's head off.[1]

Sources

  1. DeCandido, Extinction, Chapter Fourteen.


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