Bio I'm a Resident Evil collector specialising in Japanese books containing hard-to-find interviews and extra story notes not in the games. I'm also a fan of classic '80s horror franchises such as Friday the 13th and Halloween.
Good evening, Fore. You're very hard-working in the daybreak, aren't you?
I have a favour to ask you; about restoring the deleted pages. You've deleted the page of Sasha Zotova with a comment:
"controversy over validity due to prior hoax"
However, there is a proof that Zotova is a new model for Jill in RE3make (which is in her Instagram) - And I added it in Jill Valentine page. Would you restore the page and please tell me the reason why is the model's article is "controversy over validity"?
There's two people claiming to be the model on social media, indicating a hoax at work, and there were people on the comments section of the Sasha page who were themselves suspicious of this one as well.
That's impossible! I still don't get it, but after searching more about her on Google I can't deny it neither. Then... Could we discuss the name of the woman who model-captured Jill and who she is later? Thank you.
It's late at night. I hope you keep up the good work. Good night, sir.
Hi. So I have noticed a lack of TRIVIA sections on the pages here, would me adding a section for trivia on some pages be a problem at all? Its a good way to mention things that are perhaps not worthy of being in the main entery, but worth a mention all the same? I figured I should ask an admin first before doing the work and having it deleted.
We call them "Further notes" here to avoid any association with how other wikis use 'trivia' sections. Long story short, people were adding in pointless notes just to get points in the reward system. We had a guy do 117 edits to add a 117-character entry about how grenade launcher ammo is ammo for a grenade launcher (yes, that includes edits where all he did was add a space).
So what's the point of "further notes" and what's different? It has to actually sound worthwhile, like it should be on the wiki somewhere, but isn't what you'd normally find on a biography or gameplay page. Sometimes when re-writing a subpage, we'll take out a 'further note' to have there instead.
What's OK vs Not OK
OK: Jill appeared in this crossover game. This Hunter was going to appear in this game, but was cut out at the beta stage.
Not OK: Jill is one of several playable women. Piers can whistle.
Yeah the grenade launcher edit guy was me on another account. I figured it was important because with out it some people may be trying to force nade rounds down the shotgun barrells. There are some stupid people in this world after all, thats why they had to start putting INSTRUCTIONS on shampoo and warnings not to put plastic bags over your babys head.
Lol im totally kidding it wasnt me. Futher notes....I like it, it sounds more proffesional. Thanks for your help =]
Since the other subpages are in its main page Resident Evil (originally the 2002 game), this is the only page without have it renamed; it even directs to the Resident Evil (2002 game) which is a redirect of the main page. That looks sooooo weird.
Compare this to the pages below:
If you see one, sure. We had one a while back where there was a recache issue, so if you went to one page on the REmake (I think the credits) you'd be sent to the 1996 game's credits page, even when the redirects were sorted out.
Having the RE2 Remake image divided in the background of the wiki, with Leon and Claire separated was really nice, but doing the same with Jill in the center of the image doesn't seem to make much sense. I suggest using her "zombified" version in one half to justify having her cut in half.
It's to do with how Wikia handles backgrounds. They cut the middle part in two so the left and right side are always positioned on either ends of the site. I can try other ones (provided they be of the right dimensions and file size - it wants things near exact), but you'll always have the cut in the middle.
i came up with the idea that the trevor family may have a special mutation (i call it the trevor gene) that causes mutations like lisa being the way she it and george possibly being the eldar crimson head and maybe kate (the suspended) being related because of her vicinity and bizzar mutation
No, it's too limited and flawed for the following reasons:
We don't know what made Lisa special, since Birkin only bothered to carry out an examination in 1988. She may simply have successfully mutated in 1967 because, being a child, her immune system was weaker so less likely to die from a Cykotine Storm.
We know nothing of the Suspended, herself other than she was a woman infected with a strain of t-Virus and mutated differently. There's no real evidence so suggest she and Lisa share a recent common ancestor, and it may simply be because t-Virus's association with random mutations made it inevitable *someone* would mutate differently if exposed to a population of tens of thousands.
We consider Article Comments to be a counterpart to the old 'Talk' pages, so comments have to be generally about improving the article, be they:
Point out mistakes
Ask for a source for a section
Ask if we've read this or that book/file that could add to it.
Instead we get a lot of comments about how hot Jill is, or how much they hate a game. We even have a notice just above the comments reading "Article comments will be deleted if not related to improving the article. Blog comments are also to stay relevant." I don't know what your comments were on, not deleted comments in a while.
Re5 would be better if Jill had 2 phases. first there is your normal playthrough, but instead of ripping out the P30 device, she turns into a Uroboros-based cocoon. her second phase would be in the volcano. a biocapsule branded, "Your friend is inside. :)" drops into the volcano and a spider-like Uroboros creature, named "Uroboros Msalti". Msalti means betrayer in Swahili. Uroboros Msalti assimilates with Albert Wesker and is fully empowered to kill Chris and Sheva. Jill and Wesker both die after an RPG blast.
Certainly by the time she was an Uroboros test subject. Thing people forget about t-Virus and G-Virus is that they are retroviruses - that is, they alter the body's DNA to replicate so they can activate once more long after the virus is gone, and maybe even in the grandchildren.
Jill, the Outbreak characters... They're all Mutants because to be infected with them makes mutation inevitable.