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Run Like the Linda (David) is a cutscene in Resident Evil Outbreak File #2. It costs 500 points to unlock.[1]

Plot

David King and Dr. Linda Baldwin escape from Raccoon City via an Army truck commandeered from the abandoned checkpoint at the highway overpass. The truck narrowly avoids destruction by driving into a tunnel out into the mountains, as a series of air-to-surface missiles bombard the city as part of the Sterlisation Operation. King meets up with other survivors at a stop outside the tunnel, where Captain Rodriguez has landed his helicopter, and looks back at his experiences in the outbreak. Dr. Baldwin meanwhile is hopeful of creating a vaccine, and hopes some good will come out of the disaster.

Transcript

Male 1: "Arrow 2, direct hit on the target, sir!"

Male 2: "Angle 1, both missiles are confirmed hits. Return to base, immediately."

Angel 1: "This is Angel 1. Roger that."

Male 1: "Arrows 7 and 10, direct hits."

Male 2: "Both Angel 2 and 3 have emptied their payloads."

Female 1: "Arrow 5 correction in hit coordinates 'West 0.5, South 0.1."

Angel 6: "This is Angel 6 reporting: confirmed all fighters have emptied their payloads. Mission Code XX complete. Repeat: Mission Code XX complete."

Male 2: "This is Heaven's Gate. We got you loud and clear, Angel 6. Mission Code XX is completed. All fighters return to base immediately."

Angel 6: "Roger that."

Male 1: "Arrow 8, 11. Target confirmation-"



David (soliloquy): "So the shit hit the fan and the fan finally busted...that's how
Raccoon City came to pass...come on let's face it, life, even if
you aren't surrounded by zombie freaks...there are still plenty
of other dangers waiting for ya...so, whatever new crisis comes
my way it's still more of the same shit on a different day..."

Linda Baldwin: "What's done is done. We can't take it back. However, we may be able to start again from the beginning. That's the one gift we humans have. We can rebuild."

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Bibliography

Sources

  1. Ara (ed.), Grand Bible, p.252.
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