Further notes

Resident Evil: Revelations

Ooze Rachel

Rachel's infected form shares the same move set with the standard Ooze. However, she has a unique move that sets her apart from the standard Ooze aside from her appearance. Her attacks include:

Attack Damage Description
Grab Low damage to death She grabs the player and uses her leech-like tongue to suck the player's blood.
Backhand Heavy She will deliver a heavy damaging backhand, knocking the player back if not avoided.
Slam Moderate Ooze Rachel delivers a downwards arm slam to the player.
Quick Bash Light Rachel performs a quick and unpredictable arm swing, but causes light damage to the player.
Leg Grab Low damage to death If Rachel is behind you while you are attempting to flee, she will fall down and grab the player's leg, preventing the player from moving.

Strategy (Campaign)

Unlike the other Ooze, Ooze Rachel has a large amount of health and does not get stunned easily. She is also quick in movement. Defeating her will usually burn through ammo quickly due to her agility and her considerable amount of health. It is recommended that the player faces her from a distance using a Machine Gun. If you would like to take a risk at close range then it is recommended to equip the Shotgun Windham.

After delivering enough damage to her, she will attempt to flee. If this happens you can deal additional damage by chasing her and quickly shooting her legs, leaving her crawling.

On occasion, usually after attempting and failing a multiple-hit combo against the player, Ooze Rachel may stop moving for several moments, standing in place and slumping over whilst her tongue hangs out. Whilst this may look like she is stunned, she is not and will in fact recover quickly; closing to melee range will not trigger a melee attack option and is instead more likely to result in her grabbing or backhanding the player.

If caught in the explosion radius of a grenade, Ooze Rachel will be sent flying and land on the floor, as well as taking damage. This is a good chance for a player to get some distance, shoot her further, or set up another grenade to blow her up again when she stands up.

With sufficient accuracy, a powerful weapon and a plentiful supply of grenades, it is possible to kill Rachel outside of the medical lab, where she first attacks the player, or at least weaken her so that she can be killed before the showdown in the cafeteria. In the Unveiled Edition of Resident Evil: Revelations, the achievement "By The Crosshairs" is earned by killing Rachel before she makes it to the cafeteria.

When she dies during the first encounter, she holds the key to the bilge and drops Illegal Custom Parts in subsequent encounters.

Strategy (Raid Mode)

Rachel is a boss in certain stages and also appears in the Ghost Ship stage with variable attributes. The strategy to defeat her is relatively the same as in Campaign Mode. The player can buy Pulse Grenades to stun her, prompting a melee attack to heavily damage her. Overall, she behaves exactly like her Campaign counterpart, fleeing when enough damage is taken.

Raid Mode

Rachel is a playable character in the Unveiled Edition of Resident Evil: Revelations in Raid Mode.

With a pre-order bonus of the Unveiled Edition from certain stores or purchased as DLC, Rachel's Ooze form is playable in Raid Mode. She has her own exclusive melee attack and uses her mutated arm as a knife.

Rachel utilizes Excella Gionne's "Disco Spin" melee attack from Resident Evil 5's The Mercenaries Reunion. Ooze Rachel's melee attack involves her using her mutated mouth appendage to attack.

Costume How to unlock Abilities
Costume 1- Diver "First Time Trinity Bonus" Shotgun Mastery 1
  • Shotgun Reload Speed +30%
  • Shotgun Firing Rate +10%
Magnum Mastery 2
  • Magnum Reload Speed +50%
  • Magnum Firing Rate +25%
Regeneration 1
  • Health regenerates automatically
Costume 2 - Ooze Downloadable content CC Mastery 4
  • Physical Attack Damage +190%
  • Melee Weapon Damage +160%
Regeneration 2
  • Auto-recover health faster

To get a Trinity Bonus, the player must obtain all bonuses in a single run. This means they must be the same as the recommended level or lower, receive no damage, and kill every enemy. In Multiplayer, these rules also apply for the player's partner as well in order to receive a Trinity Bonus. Therefore, neither player can receive the bonus if one or both players are higher than the recommended level.

Resident Evil: Revelations 2

Raid Mode

Main article: Gina Foley/gameplay

Rachel is playable in Resident Evil: Revelations 2's Raid Mode as a costume for Gina Foley.

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