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'''Ryan''' was one of the [[Tricell]] employees who worked in their Uroboros Laboratory in Africa, underneath the former Umbrella Corporation's facility.<ref>''[[Resident Evil 5]]'' (2009), file: "[[An E-mail to an aquaintance]]"</ref> He and the rest of the research staff were tricked by Tricell and [[Albert Wesker]] into thinking that they had been given an early vacation period in celebration of their work; instead, they were rounded up and killed to prevent security-leaks regarding the [[Uroboros virus]].<ref>''Resident Evil 5'' (2009), file: "[[Report on Implementation of Preventing Information Leaks‎]]"</ref>
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'''Ryan''' was one of the [[Tricell]] employees who worked in their Uroboros Laboratory in Africa, underneath the former Umbrella Corporation's facility.<ref>''[[Resident Evil 5]]'' (2009), file: "[[An E-mail to an aquaintance]]"</ref> He and the rest of the research staff are tricked by Tricell and [[Albert Wesker]] into thinking that they are given an early vacation period in celebration of their work. Instead, they are rounded up and killed to prevent security-leaks regarding the [[Uroboros virus]].<ref>''Resident Evil 5'' (2009), file: "[[Report on Implementation of Preventing Information Leaks‎]]"</ref>
   
 
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Revision as of 15:42, August 28, 2018

Prime universe
(Capcom's primary storyline)
For the researcher from Resident Evil: Revelations, see Ryan (researcher).

Ryan was one of the Tricell employees who worked in their Uroboros Laboratory in Africa, underneath the former Umbrella Corporation's facility.[1] He and the rest of the research staff are tricked by Tricell and Albert Wesker into thinking that they are given an early vacation period in celebration of their work. Instead, they are rounded up and killed to prevent security-leaks regarding the Uroboros virus.[2]

Sources

  1. Resident Evil 5 (2009), file: "An E-mail to an aquaintance"
  2. Resident Evil 5 (2009), file: "Report on Implementation of Preventing Information Leaks‎"
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