Luis' Memo 2 (Resident Evil 4)

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Luis Sera's memo on the history of Las Plagas, and how it is related to Salazar.


Luis' Memo 2

The first castellan buried the Las Plagas deep underground below the castle to hide their very existence. But when Salazar released the Las Plagas, no one thought he could bring them back to life. Because when Salazar found them they were all just fossilized remains.

Everyone knew that the parasitic organisms could not survive without their hosts. That they couldn't sustain life on their own. But when Salazar and his men excavated the remains, it almost appeared as if the Las Plagas were just waiting to be discovered so that they could resurrect.

Several years later, unexplainable convulsions started occurring among the villagers who helped with the excavation of the Las Plagas.

Then one day, all of a sudden, these villagers turned into violent savages.

They later found out it was caused by the Las Plagas. Although they appeared fossilized, they were able to survive the long years by lying in a dormant state at the cellular level remaining in a spore-like form.

Apparently, during the excavation, the villagers inhaled the spores and within their bodies the parasites became active again. This is how the Las Plagas were resurrected.

Even as I'm writing, the excavation of the Las Plagas continues.

God only knows how many of these Plagas have been resurrected. Not to mention the countless number of Ganados that have been created.

Their inhumane activity must be put to an end. If they are not stopped, people around the world could turn into victims of this crazy cult organization.


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    Chapter 4-2

    Mine entrance. On the sandbags next to the typewriter.
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    Chapter 4-2

    Mine entrance. On the sandbags next to the typewriter.
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