"Because 'Terr' doesn't have to end in 'ist'"
Its primary function is to provide aid during bioterrorism and medical-related incidents. Its members have overwhelming political and public support. Much of the organization's other functions are unknown; however, it is known to be linked to several government-related organizations (e.g. the U.N. World Health Organization, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, etc.) Additionally, TerraSave took in children who were orphaned by Bio-Terrorism as wards.
Terragrigra Panic (2004)
TerraSave members were present at the site of the outbreak to help civilians, with Natalia Korda was rescued by Neil Fisher in this event.
Troubles With WilPharma (2005)
TerraSave originally came into conflict with WilPharma Corporation when one of its members and an anti-WilPharma extremist; Doctor Curtis Miller, was publicly arrested following heated allegations of WilPharma conducting illegal experiments. Because there was no proof at the time, TerraSave officially disassociated itself from Miller. Later, however, TerraSave found photos of WilPharma's latest human test subjects; the result of their clinical tests on humans conducted in India. All of the victims had been exposed to the t-Virus. As a result, TerraSave demanded that WilPharma immediately release the results of their tests. TerraSave's scathing accusations hurled at WilPharma caused the company's stock fall sharply and its public relations degraded to the point it had civilian members establishing picket lines outside it's Harvardville facility and the local airport (in the hope to confront the politician Senator Ron Davis; who gave his full and questionable support to the corporation, and had arrived for a pharmaceutical conference).
In 2005, in an effort to save WilPharma, one of its employees; Frederic Downing, unleashed the virus on different areas around the world, as a twisted sales pitch to General Miguel Grandé; the head of the Republic of Bajirib and a sponsor of terrorism; with one such incident, where Downing himself acted as the black market broker who supplied the virus, occurring in India, with the company claiming its "human testing" was really an attack made by terrorists who somehow got a hold of the virus. This would allow WilPharma to regain its political standing as the U.S. Government, using the covertly-developed vaccine, solved the crisis with a minimum amount of casualties. To restore its public image; Downing also unleashed the t-Virus on the Hardvardville Airport, which would in turn be crushed by the U.S. Marine Corps protected by WilPharma's vaccine, and the outbreak itself would be blamed on Miller. Then WilPharma would claim the hundreds of civilian lives were lost due to TerraSave effectively backing them into a corner and forcing them to withhold the vaccine from the nearby population; making the outbreak's casualties the fault of TerraSave.
The plan would ultimately come undone when TerraSave member Claire Redfield, with the help of U.S. agent Leon S. Kennedy, exposed Downing's scheme, resulting in the bankruptcy of WilPharma.
Kijuju Autonomous Zone (2009)
According to the TerraSave Advertisement, TerraSave members were present in Kijuju Autonomous Zone to help the civilians. This was later confirmed in Gabriel and Pedro's conversation in Episode 2.
Idol Survival investigation
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Headquarters attack (2011)
In 2011, the NGO's headquarters were attacked by unknown assailants. Claire and her co-workers, including new member Moira Burton, are kidnapped and taken to a deserted prison on an island. The kidnapped members are used as test subjects by a bioterrorist who is calling herself the Overseer. This was later discovered to be due to the betrayal of senior member Neil Fisher.
- Claire Redfield
- Inéz Diaco
- Moira Burton
- Gina Foley (deceased)
- Neil Fisher (deceased)
- Gabriel Chavez (deceased)
- Pedro Fernandez (deceased)
- Edward Thompson (deceased)
- Curtis Miller (disassociated & deceased)