Lepotitsa (レポティッツァ Repotittsa?) is a file that can be found in Resident Evil 6. As with all files in the game, the bottom part of this file can only be read on RE.NET.


During the search for Deborah Harper, you will find yourself sliding deeper into the caverns. As you follow your path, you will have to slide or crawl under two low overpasses (the floor will be partially filled with water). As you rise from the second one, you should be able to see the Emblem just beyond the barrier in front of you.


Lepotitsa is a victim of the C-Virus, although one that is extremely mutated. The word Lepotitsa, ironically, is derived from the Serbian word for "woman of beauty."

The creature's body is covered in large pores that secrete a deadly gas. Anyone who inhales its fumes will die and be reanimated as a zombie. One creature has the potential to infect an area within a three-mile radius.

Unlike a traditional zombie infection, which is spread by a zombie's bite or contact with contaminated blood, this creature turns the virus into an airborne agent, thus creating a contaminant that is harder to avoid. The bioterror attack that Agent Kennedy encountered in Tall Oaks was triggered by this creature.

Lepotitsa is thought to be the first C-Virus mutation discovered by Neo-Umbrella. Evidence of this was found in a note amongst the remains of the laboratory underneath the Tall Oaks Cathedral. Below is what was written on that note.
We were able to create Lepotitsa through continuous experimentation on the sample taken one year ago from subject C-16 (Nanan Yoshihara) of Marhawa School. The work paid off because it is no doubt a very effective weapon. Letting a few of these go on a gassing spree in Tall Oaks should infect everyone.

All chrysalids determined to mutate into a Lepotitsa have been placed strategically around the Tall Oaks area, so now all we have to do is wait for hell to break loose. As a precaution, all specimens have been made to self destruct after they have completed their objectives. In addition, one will be kept here in the laboratory in case we are tracked down.

I can't wait until everyone sees what we've put in their backyards.











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