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[[Image:Wasp.gif|left|thumb|150px|A wasp]]
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{{Infobox creature
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|name = Wasp
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|jp name = ワスプ
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|image = [[File:Wasp - Resident Evil Outbreak artwork.jpg|300px]]
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|doc = [[1998]]
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|via = t-viral infection; secondary
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|based = Wasp
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|purpose = Accidental
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|length = {{Convert|10|in|cm}}<ref name="Inside42">''Inside of BIO-HAZARD'', p.42.</ref>
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|mass = {{Convert|12|oz|kg}}<ref name="Inside42"/>
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[[Raccoon City]]'s Wasps grew to a huge size thanks to the [[Raccoon City Outbreak|viral outbreak]]. Their mutation was mostly limited to an increase in size and general aggression, common with the simpler T-Viral infected animals.
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{{Nihongo|'''Wasps'''|ワスプ|wasupu}} of various species were infected with [[t-Virus]] strains. Wasps around [[Arklay County]] were infected with these viruses in a number of manners.
   
They infested a large hive in the [[Umbrella Residence|residence]] where they would attack en masse if they feel threatened. Their stings are strong enough to penetrate bone, and the venom could kill in minutes if not treated.
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==History==
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Mutant wasps were created in May 1998 after feeding on the pollen of [[Plant 42]].<ref>''Inside of BIO-HAZARD'', p.43.</ref><ref group="excerpt">Excerpt from ''Inside of BIO-HAZARD'', p.43: "プラント42の花粉を餌にしていた蜜蜂が、 クレイウィルスε型に影響を受けたもの。 成長ホルモンの異常分泌によって際限なく巨大化し、 通常の蜜蜂の10倍以上の体を持つに至った。 大型化に伴い毒性も高まっている。 巣に近づいた外敵に容赦なく襲いかかる。"</ref> Due to the accidental outbreak at the [[Arklay Laboratory]], the staff were unable to control a mutant wasp nest, with at least one man succumbing to the poison. A wasp nest at a nearby abandoned hospital was also contaminated by suckling on the nectar of the Monster Plant, "Dorothy".
   
After returning from the [[Aqua Ring]] in [[Resident Evil]], in one of the hallways in the Residence, Wesker can be seen during a cuscene shooting at a groups of wasps with his [[Beretta 92]].
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In Raccoon City, wasp nests were infected by unknown means. One nest was based within [[Raccoon University]]'s ventilation tower, and was marked by Dr. [[Peter Jenkins]] as a source for [[V-Poison]], a critical ingredient in creating Daylight.
   
It is not possible to be infected by a Wasps sting. However, their poison has been enhanced by the T-virus in order to paralyse prey.
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==Bibliography==
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*{{Cite book|title=[[Inside of BIO-HAZARD]]|publisher= Famitsu |author=|authors=|editor=Takeo, Sakamoto |page=|pages= |language=Japanese |isbn=4-89366-659-2|year=1997}}
   
:Appears in: [[Resident Evil]] (Original PlayStation and Sega Saturn versions, Deadly Silence and GameCube remake), [[Resident Evil Outbreak]], [[Resident Evil Outbreak File #2]] and [[Resident Evil The Umbrella Chronicles]].
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Latest revision as of 20:10, November 16, 2019

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Further notes

Wasps (ワスプ wasupu?) of various species were infected with t-Virus strains. Wasps around Arklay County were infected with these viruses in a number of manners.

HistoryEdit

Mutant wasps were created in May 1998 after feeding on the pollen of Plant 42.[2][excerpt 1] Due to the accidental outbreak at the Arklay Laboratory, the staff were unable to control a mutant wasp nest, with at least one man succumbing to the poison. A wasp nest at a nearby abandoned hospital was also contaminated by suckling on the nectar of the Monster Plant, "Dorothy".

In Raccoon City, wasp nests were infected by unknown means. One nest was based within Raccoon University's ventilation tower, and was marked by Dr. Peter Jenkins as a source for V-Poison, a critical ingredient in creating Daylight.

BibliographyEdit

SourcesEdit

excerpts
  1. Excerpt from Inside of BIO-HAZARD, p.43: "プラント42の花粉を餌にしていた蜜蜂が、 クレイウィルスε型に影響を受けたもの。 成長ホルモンの異常分泌によって際限なく巨大化し、 通常の蜜蜂の10倍以上の体を持つに至った。 大型化に伴い毒性も高まっている。 巣に近づいた外敵に容赦なく襲いかかる。"
references
  1. 1.0 1.1 Inside of BIO-HAZARD, p.42.
  2. Inside of BIO-HAZARD, p.43.
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