- 1 Resident Evil (1996)
- 2 Resident Evil: Deadly Silence
- 3 Resident Evil 3: Nemesis
- 4 Resident Evil (2002)
- 5 Resident Evil: The Umbrella Chronicles
- 6 Resident Evil 5
- 7 Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D
- 8 Resident Evil: Revelations
- 9 Resident Evil: Revelations 2
- 10 Resident Evil 3 (2020)
- 11 Resident Evil: Resistance
- 12 Resident Evil.net
Resident Evil (1996)
Jill is one of the protagonists in Resident Evil. She is considered the ideal character to be chosen by novice players, as Jill has a larger inventory space (eight slots compared to Chris who has only six) and has access to the lockpick, which allows her to open locked desks and most of the Mansion doors without having to collect simple keys. She also gets to use a grenade launcher, a weapon exclusive to her scenario and capable of firing several types of rounds. However, she is more susceptible to damage from enemies due to her low health.
Jill's alternate costume varies according to the play version. In all versions (except in Director's Cut), to unlock the costume, the player must complete Jill's story mode with the best ending:
|Consists of a gray jeans with brown belt, navy blue sneakers, short sleeve shirt and black gloves. She uses a pendant as a complement and also lets her hair show.||Original PlayStation|
|Consists of red sports boots, white socks, brown socks, gray shorts with a brown belt, black gloves and a red short-sleeved shirt. As accessories, she has a blue pendant, a gold watch on the left arm and a silver bracelet on the right arm.||PC|
|Variation of the S.T.A.R.S. outfit that Jill wears with some minor modifications. She is wearing a blue S.T.A.R.S. short sleeve T-shirt that reveals her belly button. The green shoulder pads with the S.T.A.R.S. initials on the back combine with boots, gloves, pants and a green beret. In addition, she has a military nameplate around his neck.||Sega Saturn|
|Consists of a black leather high boots, light blue pants, black gloves and a sleeveless shirt with the S.T.A.R.S. logo covering all the way around. She wears a small strap tied around her waist, under her pants belt.||Resident Evil: Director's Cut|
|Restorative||First Aid Spray||(x5)|
Resident Evil: Deadly Silence
Jill is playable in every Resident Evil: Deadly Silence's modes. Her assignments are the same as the original game, however, she is particularly more faster (especially in Master of Knifing mode) and in addition to the lockpick, Jill also comes with a grenade launcher.
Jill also has a new alternate costume unlike the original game that there was only one:
|Sexy police uniform.||Complete Jill's story mode with the best ending on Rebirth Mode.|
Resident Evil 3: Nemesis
Jill returns as the protagonist in Resident Evil 3: Nemesis. Her initial inventory depends on the difficulty played: in the Easy Mode, she starts with a First Aid Kit Box, an M4A1 Assault Rifle, two clips of Assault Rifle Ammo while in the Hard Mode, she starts with a Hand Gun and the Reloading Tool. In both difficulties, she initially has eight inventory slots and her exclusive weapons are Western Custom M37, Grenade Launcher and Mine Thrower while the lockpick returns as Jill's exclusive item for opening the simple locks.
As regards alternate costumes, Jill will have a certain number according to the play version. The way its are unlocked also varies depending on the version; In the original PlayStation and GameCube of the game its are unlocked in the boutique after completion of the game, already on PC and Dreamcast, the alternate costumes are accessible from the beginning:
|Rider||Bike Rider: Black leather suit and Red belt||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|BIO1||S.T.A.R.S. uniform, blue shirt with shoulder pads||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Dancer||White disco suit||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Police||Police Officer: Blue police shirt and ark blue shorts||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Dino||Costume based on Dino Crisis' Regina||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|RED||Blue blouse and black pants||No||No||Yes||Yes|
|GI (Blue Casual)||Blue tank top, blue skirt and brown boots||No||No||No||Yes|
|GI (Black Casual)||Black halter top and dark blue skirt and black boots||No||No||Yes||No|
Resident Evil (2002)
Jill returns as one of the protagonists in the remake of the Resident Evil game. Her assignments are the same as the original game, however, besides the lockpick (which will now unlock only a different set of Mansion doors), Jill also has access to another exclusive item, the defensive weapon Stun Gun.
Jill also has two new alternate costumes different from the original game and in the HD Remaster version, she gained one more:
Resident Evil: The Umbrella Chronicles
Jill is the playable character in three scenarios: "Mansion Incident", "Raccoon's Destruction" and "Umbrella's End". Her initial weapon is the Samurai Edge 2 in the all scenarios and her melee attack involves Jill jamming a Stun Gun into the zombie's body and kicks it away.
Resident Evil 5
As Chris, try to run around her as player wait for the button prompt for the 'Entreat' option to appear. The 'Entreat' will cause Jill to struggle and stop moving. Player must rapidly push the necessary button prompts to restrain her while Sheva shoot the device or take her down. Then Chris can try to remove the device from Jill's chest. The battle will continue until player successfully removes the device from her chest.
As Sheva, the player must fire a precise shot to the control device on her chest as Chris restrains Jill. A successful shot will cause Jill to stun where Sheva can take her down. However, be careful when shooting at her device, because if for any reason the player hits a shot directly at Jill's body will cause a 'Game Over'. Overall, the battle will continue until player successfully removes the device from her chest.
Lost in Nightmares
Jill is one of the two playable characters in the extra scenario "Lost in Nightmares". Jill's knife attack is faster than Chris', by comparison; however, her melee attacks deal less damage than Chris'.
Jill returns as a playable character in the extra scenario "Desperate Escape". She maintains the same assignments seen in Lost in Nightmares.
Jill is a unlockable character in Resident Evil 5's mini game The Mercenaries. She has a different knife attack, being extremely fast. Jill also has two outfits, the BSAA costume and Battlesuit, each with a unique set of weapons. While Jill is not playable in the Reunion version of the game mode, she acts as the helicopter pilot who briefs the player(s) as to their objective at the beginning of the round, warns them when time is running low, and congratulates them upon a successful match. Already in the United version, however, Jil is once again a playable character.
Get at least an "A" rank or higher on Public Assembly.
|Head||High Kick||350 HP|
|Arm (front)||Roundhouse||250 HP|
|Arm (back)||Reverse Roundhouse||250 HP|
|Leg (front)||Sweep Kick||350 HP|
|Leg (back)||Head Grab||Instant Kill, No Plaga|
|Ground||Double Knee Drop||1200 HP|
|Combo finisher (front)||Flip Kick||2000 (x2) HP|
|Combo finisher (back)||Cartwheel Kick||2000 (x2) HP|
|Grapple Breaker||Double Kick||350 (x2) HP|
Jill also is a unlockable character in Versus mini game. She has same two outfits seen in The Mercenaries, each also with a unique set of weapons depending on gametypes, though they share the same moveset. Her finishing Melee Move is the Cartwheel Kick.
|Load-out (usually)||Unlocked by|
Versus Mode Character E (5,000 Exchange Points)
Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D
|Load-out||Damage took||Heal amount||Unlock requirement|
|Head stun||High Kick||350||Jill performs an upward kick to the enemy's face. This attack can hit multiple enemies if they are next to the target.|
|Arm stun (front)||Roundhouse||250||Jill performs a roundhouse kick. This attack can hit multiple enemies if they are next to the target. It can also be seen when she destroys a time bonus.|
|Arm stun (back)||Reverse Roundhouse||250||Jill performs a spinning roundhouse kick. This attack can hit multiple enemies if they are next to the target.|
|Leg stun (front)||Rising Kick||350||Jill leans down and perform an upward kick. This attack can hit multiple people if they are next to the target.|
|Leg stun (back)||Head Grab||Instant Kill||Jill leaps onto the enemy's head by latching her knees around its head then quickly twist their neck before dive rolling off.|
|Ground||Double Knee Drop||1200||Jill leaps into the air and falls on the enemy with both of her knees then backflips away.|
|Death Blow (front)||Flip Kick||2000||Jill leaps forward and hits the enemy with two kicks while rising and somersaulting away. She lands and crouches then poses.|
|Death Blow (back)||Cartwheel Kick||2000 (x2)||Jill performs a carwheel and kicks the enemy twice then lands and crouches and poses.|
Resident Evil: Revelations
Jill is the protagonist of Revelations. As in other game's segment, she stands out for her speed and agility to dodge, however, Jill remains more susceptible to damage than when compared to Chris. She starts her inventory with a Large Knife and Handgun M92F. Her exclusive weapons are her custom Samurai Edge, Shotgun Windham, Machine Gun MP5, Machine Gun AUG and Magnum L. Hawk, all upgradable. Jill's melee attack is a reverse roundhouse kick and her knife's moveset stabs quickly at the enemy, being the only character whose knife attack is not uses the swinging motion.
In Raid Mode, Jill uses the smaller knife and uses a unique quick stabbing attack. She only has two costumes in the original 3DS but has three in the ports.
|Costume||Abilities (3DS)||Abilities (Port)||Mission to Unlock (3DS)||Mission to Unlock (Port)|
||Handgun Mastery 3
|Machine Gun Masery
||Machine Gun Mastery 3
||"Level 5"||"Obtain a super rare weapon"|
|Not in 3DS version||Handgun Mastery 2
||Not in 3DS version||Reach the real ending of the Ghost Ship bonus level.|
Resident Evil: Revelations 2
|Basic info||Active skills||Passive skills||Episode content||Unlock method|
||Obtain 10 Completion Medallions|
Resident Evil 3 (2020)
Jill returns as the protagonist in the remake of the Resident Evil 3: Nemesis game. Her assignments are almost the same as the original game, however, she is more faster and evasive than Carlos Olivera. In compensation, she is less resistant to damage than him. She starts her inventory with a G19 handgun and Survival Knife while her scenario's exclusive weapon is the MGL Grenade Launcher. Unlike the original game, to current date, Jill has only two unlockable alternate outfits:
|Updated version of her outfit from Resident Evil 3: Nemesis.||Pre-ordering the game or buy it as DLC.|
|Updated version of her outfit from original Resident Evil.||Buy for 2000 points in the in-game Shop.|
Resident Evil: Resistance
Jill was added to the game as a Survivor on April 17, 2020.
- Main article: Cosmetics (Resistance)
Jill has a few different diorama figures modeled after her available on Resident Evil.net. All of her figures can be obtained through using your daily Genesis Scratchcard. You can earn up to 30 of each figure. Jill also appears in some of the Genesis scratch card pictures.
- Jill 1
- Jill 2
This figure takes up 1 space on the diorama stage.
"A member of the BSAA, an NGO founded by the pharmaceutical industry, and one of a handful of survivors who escaped the destruction of Raccoon City. Following the collapse of Umbrella in 2003, Jill and Chris joined the BSAA in order to combat the growing black market in bioweaponry. Although Jill has been assigned to the Queen Zenobia infiltration mission following Chris' disappearance, she is still blissfully unaware of the conspiracy that led her there..."
- Chris & Jill
This figure takes up 2 spaces on the diorama stage. This figure was also given as a free gift for signing up for the Revelations version of Resident Evil.net.
"Chris and Jill have been members of the BSAA, an NGO founded by the pharmaceutical industry, since its inception. They have been partners ever since their time together in S.T.A.R.S., when they were dispatched to the Arklay Laboratory in 1998 in what came to be known as the "Mansion Incident"."