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In Resident Evil 2 the G Adult (G成体 G Seitai?) has a health value of 600 points,[1] relative to the player maximum of 200 hp.[2] The G Young (G幼体 G Yōtai?) meanwhile have a health value of only 1-2.[1]

  • G Adult has a very slow movement and attack speed, tied with the Ivy creatures for the slowest enemy in the game.
  • G Adult has no grab move. Combining with the aformentioned speed, making it very safe to attack with the knife, even more so than zombies.
  • G Adult's scratch attack has a very slow wind-up time but has very good tracking. Once the attack starts, G Adult can perform an almost 180 degree swiping movement that can tracks a player who tries to circling it from the front all the way to the back.
  • G Adult can performs a quick-turn providing the player standing behind it. There are two variation of this: One where the G Adult simply turned towards the player and another where G Adult initiate the claw swipe attack first then spin towards the player, one must either back off or circling around the G Adult at the opposite side of it's dominant arm to avoid taking damage.
  • G Adult can vomit several G Youngs to help assists it against the player. There are maximum number that G Young can exists in a room, from 3 to 6 depending on the difficulties. If the maximum numbers is reached or more already existed in a room (typically seen in mods, engine hack or via Extreme Battle randomization) G Adult will not generate more G Youngs until its numbers has been reduced below the treshold.
  • G Adult is actually weak to the knife and has a special animation associate with it. When repeatedly hit by the knife, it's dominant arm will be violently severed, forcing the G Adult to fall down, unable to support its own weight and take several seconds to regenerate a new one. during the regeneration, the G Adult will be completely defenseless, allowing the player to attack with impunity.

Moveset

The following move names and stats are derived from the BIOHAZARD 2 Official Guide Book.[1]

Attack Value Description
Punch (パンチ Panchi?) 30
Body Fluids (体液 Taieki?) 5 Will put player in poisoned state

Strategies

Below is a weapon chart detailing how powerful certain weapons can be against the G Adult. Bracketed numbers refer to how many shots are needed to defeat the creature.

Weapon Damage by range
Short Medium Long
Knife 14 (40) N/A N/A
Handguns[note 1] 20 (30) 19 (32) 18 (34)
Custom Handguns 20 (30) 19 (32) 18 (34)
Remington M1100 65 (10) 60 (10) 55 (11)
Remington M1100-P[note 2] N/A N/A N/A
Desert Eagle 50A.E 105 (6) 100 (6) 95 (7)
Desert Eagle 50A.E Custom[note 3] N/A N/A N/A
Flamethrower N/A N/A N/A
Bow Gun 18 (34) 18 (34) 18 (34)
M79 Grenade Launcher (Grenade Rounds) 60 (10) 60 (10) N/A
M79 Grenade Launcher (Acid Rounds) 121 (5) 121 (5) N/A
M79 Grenade Launcher (Flame Rounds) 80 (8) 80 (8) 5 (120)
Spark Shot[note 4] N/A N/A N/A
MAC11 Sub Machine Gun 10 (60) 10 (60) 10 (60)
Gatling Gun 17 (36) 17 (36) 17 (36)
Rocket Launcher 201 (3) 201 (3) 201 (3)
notes
  1. While having unique stats, the "H&K VP70" and "Browning HP" do the same damage against this enemy and so have been merged together.
  2. Since the boss fight takes place prior to collecting the "Shotgun Parts", the Official Guide Book leaves this entry blank.
  3. Since the boss fight takes place prior to collecting the "Magnum Parts", the Official Guide Book leaves this entry blank.
  4. Since the boss fight takes place prior to finding the Spark Shot, the Official Guide Book leaves this entry blank.

Bibliography

Sources

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Tahara (ed.), Official Guide Book, p.52.
  2. Tahara (ed.), Official Guide Book, p.15.
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