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  • Hardcore
    about 12 months ago

    Thank you for your persistence and checking the scenario I mentioned.
    Now I've got another thing to add to Bedroom in Clock Tower. When you reinvestigate the bedroom with Jill after you've successfully beaten the virus there also can be Zombie Dogs. But I don't know if they are there if you already killed them with Carlos before.

  • Webmaster
    about 1 year ago

    @Hardcore - oh I agree absolutely, thank you so much for providing this information. We strive to be as accurate as possible, so we'll always be grateful when new information comes our way as it means we're one step closer to being 100% complete.

    Oh and I tried your scenario out to find out what happens if you use the Emergency Exit at the Sub Station if you've already encountered Nemesis in the Forked Alley. The answer is, you do not encounter Nemesis a second time and the area outside the Sub Station is devoid of any zombies.

  • Hardcore
    about 1 year ago

    Ah and I love this: "Hier war mal ein Krankenhaus. Jetzt ist es nicht mehr da." :D

  • Hardcore
    about 1 year ago

    Sorry I don't want to make you crazy but when I notice differences I want to tell you them for a complete information board. So here are another two. There can also be 2 burning Zombie Dogs in Bedroom - Clock Tower 1F when you play as Carlos instead of Zombies. And when you encounter Zombies in Small Library there are 4 Zombies not 3 - the last one is lying on the ground in the corner where you found the Art Picture Postcard.

  • J K
    about 1 year ago

    I'm making a simple resident evil rpg game and I gotta say, the fact that every single enemy, item, and weapon image is nice and cropped is impressive as hell. You guys got an unbelievably nice site here, kudos.

  • Webmaster
    about 1 year ago

    @Hardcore - this is interesting about the creation of the Mine Thrower Rounds with the Reloading Tool, I've never seen even heard of this nor seen it done before. The combinations on this site were tried and tested, so at least as far as the PAL version of the game goes I believe they're correct. There is also a video that corroborates the same combinations: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1r0TSwsAHLs

    As for the location of those Mine Thrower rounds, these seem a bit random. Looking into it further reveals that on some playthrough videos they do not show as being there, but on other they are. For example, here is one that shows them being on the shelf at the back of the Clock Tower room: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WajTS0JSvOo - 1:25:10. There must be an explanation for this which I'm keen to find out.

  • Hardcore
    about 1 year ago

    I found out something else. I saw in a video on Youtube that someone created the rare Mine Thrower Ammo with 14 rounds by combining a Gun Powder BBA with the Reloading Tool. On your site it says BBA combining with Reloading Tool results in Handgun Ammo. But AAA combining with Reloading Tool results in Handgun Ammo. I will test that soon on myself when I find some gunpowder again. I will also try to combine AAB with Reloading Tool which should result in shotgun shells according to your site.
    Video link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KKYy5W6e4UI
    Time: 1:11:42

  • Hardcore
    about 1 year ago

    Thx Webmaster.
    I found another thing which maybe isn't correct. I can't find the Mine Thrower Rounds in Cog Room - Clock Tower 3F. And I don't remember it being ever there. Maybe it's dependent from difficulty level?

  • Matthew
    about 1 year ago

    This site is great, I'm playing again RE1 remake and I found the maps really well done, you point over and it shows every item, so cool, thanks.

  • Webmaster
    about 1 year ago

    Hi Jillkiller666. Are you referring to the Attic in RE7? If so, you need to be in possession of the Snake Key to access the Kid's Bedroom, and within there you need to examine the trophy lamp to find a switch to reveal a ladder to the Attic. Hope this helps.

  • Jillkiller666
    about 1 year ago

    How to get to the attic

  • Webmaster
    about 1 year ago

    @Hardcore - Very good questions. The number of variations of events in this game is absolutely massive. There's always a chance that doing one thing in an alternative order could trigger a drastically different outcome.

    I'm certainly compelled to investigate this further, as I have no doubt that you have experienced a an outcome that perhaps not many people have witnessed. If I find answers to your questions I will certainly let you know. Thanks for getting in touch!

  • Webmaster
    about 1 year ago

    @GuestFromJanuary - Thanks for the reply, this is interesting indeed! I wonder what other differences it contains (other than the Hunter variants known as "Ticks"). If anyone has information on this we would most certainly welcome it.

  • Hardcore
    about 1 year ago

    About 15 years ago I played Resident Evil 3 the last time. Now a few weeks ago I started again to play and watched many gameplays on youtube. One question is in my mind. Or 2.
    It's about Nemesis and his appeareances. On your page it says that Nemesis won't appear in the Forked Alley if u do the Sales Office after the substation. That wondered me because I remember to met him there often because I normally did Sales Office at last. But this time I collected everything in my way and did Sales Office at last - and no Nemesis appeared on Forked Alley. BUT: When i went to youtube I saw a Let's Play where the player did the same way like me where Nemesis appeared on Forked Alley.
    Now I've got an idea which could answer my 1st question.
    When you use the energy at substation to kill all zombies there won't appear any Nemesis at sub station. < <
    2nd question: What would happen if I go to Sales Office first meet the Nemesis wearing the Rocket Launcher on Forked Alley, then go to Sub Station and choose not to use the energy but to try the door with the knob. Any Nemesis killing zombies outside with Rocket Launcher? Or just zombies waiting outside and no Nemesis? Want to see a video where that happens.

  • GuestFromJanuary
    about 1 year ago

    Hi @Webmaster, I've only recently just returned to this site and read your comment (I'm the Gunpowder Arrows and Lesson Room guy!).

    One important thing I just remembered regarding my previous comment about the Lesson Room from Resident Evil (1996). I did have a zombie spawn in that room but I actually think that was exclusive to the Sega Saturn version. Back in the day, I remember playing the Saturn version and having a zombie in there.

    However, after years of playing the PS1 version, I've never encountered a zombie there. So, I think you're correct but maybe somebody who owns the Saturn version could verify? I think the Saturn version might have some slight differences but I'm not sure.