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Resident Evil, known as BIOHAZARD (バイオハザード Baiohazādo?) in Japan, is a survival-horror franchise.

BackgroundEdit

The first game in the series was released in 1996 exclusively for the PlayStation. Since then the series has spawned multiple video games, CGI movies, live-action movies, mangas, stage plays, etc.

Resident Evil 3 (2020) main visual

Jill Valentine, Carlos Oliveira and the Nemesis-T Type in Resident Evil 3 (2020).

The latest major video game in the series was Resident Evil 2 (BIOHAZARD RE:2?) which was released in 2019. It acts as a remake of the original Resident Evil 2 (BIOHAZARD 2?) that was released exclusively for the PlayStation in 1998.

The next major title in the series, being Resident Evil 3 (BIOHAZARD RE:3?), which also acts as a remake of the original game released for the PlayStation in 1999, was also revealed in 2019 and is set to release on April 2020. This title also comes with an online asymmetrical game titled Resident Evil Resistance (Biohazard Resistance?).

Please see the Resident Evil Wiki for further information about the series.

Resident Evil in TEPPENEdit

HeroesEdit

Albert WeskerEdit

Albert Wesker

Albert Wesker first appeared in Resident Evil (1996), he then became the major villain in the series up until Resident Evil 5 where he was ultimately killed. Wesker's appearance in TEPPEN is based on his look from Resident Evil 5.

Wesker's voice actors are D.C. Douglas and Joji Nakata in the English and Japanese versions respectively. These two actors have voiced Albert Wesker in multiple Resident Evil media, with D.C. Douglas also voicing him in Resident Evil 5.

Wesker's theme in TEPPEN is a remix of his battle theme (second fight) in Resident Evil 5 titled "Winds of Madness".

Jill ValentineEdit

Jill Valentine

Jill Valentine first appeared in Resident Evil (1996), she is still considered one of the main characters in the series. Her appearance in TEPPEN is based on her outfit from Resident Evil 3 (1999).

Jill's voice actresses are Patricia Ja Lee and Atsuko Yuya in the English and Japanese versions respectively. Similar to Wesker, these two have voiced Jill Valentine in some Resident Evil media, with Patricia Ja Lee also voicing her in Resident Evil 5.

Jill's theme in TEPPEN is a remix of the Resident Evil 3 (1999) track titled "The Opening":

Hero ArtsEdit

Name Image Notes
Dark Destruction Dark Destruction This Hero Art is based on one of Wesker's attacks in Resident Evil 5.
Uroboros Uroboros Uroboros is the name of the main virus in Resident Evil 5.
Bringer of Nightmares Bringer of Nightmares N/A
Ultimate Weapon Ultimate Weapon One common occurance in the Resident Evil series is that the playable character has access to a Rocket Launcher at the end of the game and the player can use it to kill the final boss.
Genesis Genesis The Genesis is an item in Resident Evil: Revelations.
Antibody Activation Antibody Activation Jill Valentine is one of the characters in the series that has been infected with a virus multiple times.

CardsEdit

Basic CardsEdit

Name Image Notes
Claire Redfield (RYU 003) Ryu003 Claire Redfield is a character first introduced in Resident Evil 2 (1998). This card seems to be based on her appearance from Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles.
Leon S. Kennedy (RATHALOS 006) Rathalos006 Leon Scott Kennedy is a character first introduced in Resident Evil 2 (1998). This card is based on his appearance from Resident Evil 4.
Rebecca Chambers (X 002) X002 Rebecca Chambers is a character first introduced in Resident Evil (1996). This illustration takes place in Resident Evil 0, where Rebecca is stuck in a train filled with monsters.
Chris Redfield (CHUN-LI 004) Chun-li004 Chris Redfield is a character first introduced in Resident Evil (1996). This card is based on his appearance from Resident Evil 5.
Ada Wong (MORRIGAN 004) Morrigan004 Ada Wong is a character first introduced in Resident Evil 2 (1998). This card is based on her appearance from Resident Evil 4.
T-002 Tyrant (WESKER 007) Wesker007 This Tyrant is the final boss in Resident Evil (1996 and 2002).
Albert Wesker (WESKER 008) Wesker008 N/A
Albert Wesker (WESKER 008, Secret) Wesker008 sct N/A
Zombie (WESKER 004) and Infected (T006) Wesker004 This illustration seems to be based on the zombie design from Resident Evil (2002).
Hunter (WESKER 005) Wesker005 The Hunter is one of the more iconic enemies in this series, due to its fast speed and attacks, as well as its ability to instantly kill the player regardless of their health status in some games.
Inheriting Ambition (WESKER 013) Wesker013 This card is based on the cutscenes in Resident Evil 5 where Albert Wesker kills Spencer.
Sample Collection (WESKER 009) Wesker009 This card displays HUNK retrieving the G-Virus sample, in reference to Resident Evil 2 (1998).
Price of Support (WESKER 010) Wesker010 This card is based on the cutscene in Resident Evil 5 where Reynard Fisher is killed.
Ruthless Retrieval (WESKER 011) Wesker011 This card is based on the fact that Albert Wesker found Steve Burnside and recovered a t-Veronica sample off of his body.
Experiment Records (WESKER 012) Wesker012 Albert Wesker and William Birkin were workmates prior to the events of Resident Evil 2.
Claire Redfield (JILL 005) Jill005 N/A
Jill Valentine (JILL 008) Jill008 N/A
Jill Valentine (JILL 008, Secret) Jill008 sct N/A
Carlos Oliveira (JILL 007) Jill007 Carlos Oliveira is a character first introduced in Resident Evil 3 (1999).
Mikhail Viktor (JILL 001) Jill001 Mikhail Viktor is a character first introduced in Resident Evil 3 (1999).
Brought to Light (JILL 013) Jill013 N/A
Spread Shot (JILL 010) Jill010 N/A
A Noble Death (JILL 009) Jill009 N/A
Limited Ammo (JILL 011) Jill011 One of Resident Evil's key mechanics is ammo management.
Exploding Barrel (JILL 012) Jill012 Resident Evil 3 (1999) was the first game in the series that contained barrels that would explode and deal massive damage to enemies around it if the player shot at it.
Handgun (T008) T008 N/A
Ammo (T007) T007 N/A
Rocket Launcher (T009) Rocketlauncher This Rocket Launcher design has been used a few times in the series, not just in Resident Evil 3 (1999).

Core Card PackEdit

Name Image Notes
Leon S. Kennedy (COR 021) Cor021 N/A
Enrico Marini (COR 019) Cor019 Enrico Marini is a character first introduced in Resident Evil (1996). In this game and the 2002 remake, Enrico is seen sitting on the ground instead of standing up.
Forest Speyer (COR 008) Cor008 Forest Speyer is a character first introduced in Resident Evil (1996). In this game and the 2002 remake, Forest is killed by crows and then the player is able obtain the Grenade Launcher.
Precision (COR 036) Cor036 N/A
Entrusted Ammo (COR 038) Cor038 In Resident Evil (1996 and 2002), Barry Burton personally gives Jill some grenade launcher ammo at one point in the game.
Commanded Team (COR 039) Cor039 This card displays some of the S.T.A.R.S. team members seen in Resident Evil (1996 and 2002).
Headshot (COR 030) Cor030 N/A
True Faith (COR 032) Cor032 N/A
Rebecca Chambers (COR 064) Cor064 Although Rebecca does not fight the giant snake nicknamed "Yawn" in Resident Evil (1996 and 2002), she and Richard Aiken fight it together in Resident Evil: The Umbrella Chronicles.
Chris Redfield (COR 068) Cor068 N/A
Chris Redfield (COR 068, Secret) Cor068 sct N/A
Richard Aiken (COR 063) Cor063 Richard Aiken is a character first introduced in Resident Evil (1996). Even if the player saves Richard after the battle with Yawn, Richard will still be killed by Neptune later in the game, sacrificing his life in order to save the player.

Due to the design of the floor in this illustration, it can be assumed that Richard is at the location Yawn is fought a second time, which is the library. In Resident Evil: The Umbrella Chronicles, Richard and Rebecca fight the Yawn at the library as well.

Sherry Birkin (COR 057) Cor057 Sherry Birkin is a character first introduced in Resident Evil 2 (1998).
Evasive Action (COR 087) Cor087 N/A
Green Herb (COR 076) Cor076 The Green Herb is an iconic item in the Resident Evil series, it always acts as a healing item or healing resource.
Ada Wong (COR 113) Cor113 N/A
Bald-Faced Lie (COR 125) Cor125 This card seems to be based on a cutscene in Resident Evil 4 where Ada reveals herself to Leon.
Hookshot (COR 126) Cor126 The hookshot is one of Ada's signature items. This illustration is based on Resident Evil 4, however, she does use her hookshot in other games of the series.
Unforeseen Interference (COR 117) Cor117 This card is based on a cutscene in Resident Evil 4 where Ada appears and shoots Krauser's knife before he can stab Leon.
Heir to Ambition Wesker (COR 160) Cor160 N/A
T-002 Tyrant (COR 158) Cor158 N/A
Crow (COR 144) Cor144 Multiple Resident Evil games contain infected crows that will attack the player on sight. There are also games with non-infected crows that are not hostile to the player.
Hunter (COR 151) and Brutal Bioweapon (T027) Cor151 N/A
William Birkin (COR 152) Cor152 William Birkin is a character first introduced in Resident Evil 2 (1998). He is the father of Sherry Birkin seen above.
Proto Tyrant (COR 153) Cor153 This Tyrant was first introduced as a boss in Resident Evil 0.
Zombie (COR 141) Cor141 N/A
Zombie (COR 141, Secret) Cor141 sct N/A
Cerberus (COR 142) Cor142 The Resident Evil series contain various types of zombie dog variants, the Cerberus was first introduced in Resident Evil (1996). He is the iconic enemy that will will jump out of the windows at the east corridor (1F) and the enemy that will come out of the main door of the mansion if the player tries to interact with the door.
Spreading Infection (COR 179) Cor179 N/A
Silent Execustion (COR 178) Cor178 This card is in reference to HUNK.
Just Deserts (COR 171) Cor171 This card displays the monster "G" coming out of Brian Irons as it's shown in Resident Evil 2 (1998) and Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles. In Resident Evil 2 (2019), Brian Irons never turns into a monster which the player fights against.
Heartless Experiment (COR 165) Cor165 This card displays Alexia Ashford as she's about to infect her father, Alexander Ashford. Her father ends up mutating into the Nosferatu, which Claire fights in Resident Evil CODE: Veronica.
Sad Mutation (COR 168) Cor168 In Resident Evil CODE: Veronica, Steve Burnside is infected by Alexia Ashford and turns into a monster. During this sequence, the player is supposed to run backwards and then at the end of the corridor some bars will come down, which can be seen in the illustration.

DAY OF NIGHTMARESEdit

Name Image Notes
Jill, Seeker of Truth (DON 016) Don016 N/A
Claire Redfield (DON 014) Don014 N/A
Carlos Oliveira (DON 008) Don008 N/A
Leon S. Kennedy (DON 006) Don006 This card is based on Leon's appearance from Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles. His pose seems to be based on the cover of Resident Evil 4.
Combo (T013) T013 N/A
Cower (DON 020) Don020 N/A
Dee-Ay (DON 036) Don036 Dee-Ay is a character first introduced in Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City. This card seems to be based on the mechanic in the game where the player can use a zombie or human as a shield.
Sherry Birkin (DON 039) Don039 N/A
Willow (DON 033) Don033 Willow is a character first introduced in Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City.
Harley (DON 027) Don027 Harley is a character first introduced in Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City.
Shona (DON 029) Don029 Shona is a character first introduced in Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City.
Party Girl (DON 030) Don030 Party Girl is a character first introduced in Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City. She is a sniper character in the game.
Tweed (DON 031) Don031 Tweed is a character first introduced in Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City. Her abilities in the game are mostly focused on planting bombs or traps.
Defensive Formation (DON 044) Don044 This card again displays Dee-Ay using a zombie as a shield.
Besieged (DON 045) Don045 Multiple T-103 Tyrants were sent to Raccoon City to eliminate survivors.
Hunk, The Grim Reaper (DON 066) Don066 N/A
Lupo (DON 060) Don060 LUPO is a character first introduced in Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City.
Vector (DON 063) Don063 VECTOR is a character first introduced in Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City. One of his abilities in the game is to completely cloak himself.
Beltway (DON 052) Don052 BELTWAY is a character first introduced in Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City.
Four Eyes (DON 053) Don053 FOUR EYES is a character first introduced in Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City.
Ada Wong (DON 054) Don054 This card is based on Ada's appearance from Resident Evil: The Umbrella Chronicles.
Ada Wong (DON 054, Secret) Don054 sct Ada Wong was heavily injured in Raccoon City, but she remains as one of the few survivors of the incident. This card is again based on Resident Evil: The Umbrella Chronicles.
Spectre (DON 055) Don055 Spectre is a character first introduced in Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City. He is a sniper character in the game.
Bertha (DON 061) Don061 BERTHA is a character first introduced in Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City.
Monstrous Virus (DON 075) Don075 William Birkin injected himself with the G-Virus and became one of the major monsters present in Raccoon City.
Sacrificial Pawn (DON 069) Don069 N/A
Reconnaissance (DON 068) Don068 Spectre's abilities in Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City are based around spying and knowing where the enemy is.
Deadly Traps (DON 073) Don073 BELTWAY's abilities in Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City are mostly focused on planting bombs or traps.
Nemesis-T Type (DON 091) Don091 The Nemesis is the major threat faced by Jill in Resident Evil 3 (1999) and (2020).
Tyrant (T-103) (DON 089) Don089 Multiple T-103 Tyrants were sent to Raccoon City to eliminate survivors. One of them is the iconic Tyrant that chased away Leon and Claire in Resident Evil 2 (1998 and 2019).
Super Tyrant (T-103) (T026) T026 The T-103 Super Tyrant was first introduced as the "final boss" in Resident Evil 2 (1998).
Albert Wesker (DON 090) Don090 N/A
Albert Wesker (DON 090, Secret) Don090 sct Albert Wesker was thought to be dead after being impaled by the T-002 Tyrant, however, he had injected himself with a virus moments before this. Allowing him to be reborn.
G-Adult (DON 079) Don079 The G-Adult is an enemy first introduced in Resident Evil 2 (1998).
G-Young (T024) T024 The G-Young is an enemy first introduced in Resident Evil 2 (1998). It is spawned from the G-Adult.
William Birkin: G1 (DON 083) Don083 After William Birkin injected himself with the G-Virus, he started to mutate and became known simply as "G".
Licker (DON 080) Don080 The Licker is an enemy first introduced in Resident Evil 2 (1998).
Sliding Worm (DON 081) Don081 The Sliding Worm is an enemy first introduced in Resident Evil 3 (1999).
Giant Infected Worm (T025) T025 The Giant Infected Worm is an enemy first introduced in Resident Evil 3 (1999).
Nicholai Ginovaef (DON 085) Don085 "Nicholai Ginovaef" is a character first introduced in Resident Evil 3 (1999). His name in the Japanese version of the game is Nikolai Zinoviev.
Living Death (DON 100) Don100 N/A
Diseased Souls (DON 098) Don098 N/A
The Ultimate Price (DON 093) Don093 N/A
Hatred Reborn (DON 095) Don095 This card is in reference to the leeches from Resident Evil 0.
Stealth (T020) T020 VECTOR's key ability in Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City is to completely cloak himself.
Weakness (T021) T021 Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City is a game where it's possible to play as both sides of the same coin. LUPO was part of the U.S.S. and was willing to kill any members of the SPEC OPS FIELD UNIT such as Willow or Dee-Ay.
Corrosion (T029) T029 This card seems to be based on the multiple BSAA members that were killed by the Urobos virus in Resident Evil 5.
Cruelty (T028) T028 In Resident Evil (1996 and 2002), players must go through areas where Neptune (sharks) are present.
Bioweapon Capsule (T023) T023 N/A

The Devils AwakenEdit

Name Image Notes
Billy Coen (TDA 010) Tda010 Billy Coen is a character first introduced in Resident Evil 0. This card seems to be based on his key visual from Resident Evil: The Umbrella Chronicles.
Brad Vickers (TDA 005) Tda005 Brad Vickers is a character first introduced in Resident Evil (1996).
Trust Amid Suspicion (TDA 023) Tda023 This card is based on Resident Evil (2002), when Jill Valentine can either choose to help or sacrifice Barry.
Grizzled Veteran (TDA 021) Tda021 This card is based on a cutscene in Resident Evil 0 where Billy jumps and shoots the leeches that lunged at him.
Barry Burton (TDA 035) Tda035 Barry Burton is a character first introduced in Resident Evil (1996).
Rebecca Chambers (TDA 030) Tda030 N/A
Rebecca Chambers (TDA 030, Secret) Tda030 sct This card is based on Rebecca's appearance in the Wesker Mode of Resident Evil 0 HD remaster.
Mixed Medicine (TDA 045) Tda045 This card seems to be based in Resident Evil (1996 and 2002), either when Rebecca has to pick up the Serum for Richard or when she stays within the save room at the west of the Mansion and can even heal Chris if needed.
Skulduggery (TDA 072) Tda072 This card is based on Albert Wesker's story in TEPPEN.
Stinger (TDA 086) Tda086 The Stinger was first introduced as a boss in Resident Evil 0.
Ivy (TDA 079) Tda079 The Ivy is an enemy first introduced in Resident Evil 2 (1998).
Eliminator (TDA 080) Tda080 The Eliminator is an enemy first introduced in Resident Evil 0.
Infected Bat (TDA 081) Tda081 The Infected Bat was first introduced as a boss in Resident Evil 0.
Desperate Act (TDA 098) Tda098 This card is based on the cutscene in Resident Evil 6 where Piers Nivans injects himself with the C-Virus in order to save his captain, Chris Redfield.
The Tyrant Unleashed (TDA 096) Tda096 This card seems to be based on the ending of Resident Evil (1996 and 2002), where the T-002 Tyrant is freed.

The Force SeekersEdit

Name Image Notes
Steve Burnside (TFS 011) Tfs011 Steve Burnside is a character first introduced in Resident Evil CODE: Veronica.
Incineration (TFS 019) Tfs019 In Resident Evil (2002), the player can use a lighter to burn the corpse of a zombie so that they won't reawaken later as a Crimson Head.

The illustration of this card shows Jill Valentine wearing her Resident Evil 3 (1999) costume, although using the lighter in this manner is impossible in Resident Evil 3, the player can indeed use this outfit in Resident Evil (2002).

Rodrigo Juan Raval (TFS 031) Tfs031 Rodrigo Juan Raval is a character introduced in Resident Evil CODE: Veronica.
Cunning Misdirection (TFS 047) Tfs047 N/A
Ceasefire (TFS 075) Tfs075 This card is based on Akuma's story in TEPPEN.
Alexia Ashford (TFS 089) Tfs089 Alexia Ashford is a character first introduced in Resident Evil CODE: Veronica. This card shows her first mutation.
Alexia Ashford (TFS 089, Secret) Tfs089 sct The illustration of this card is based on a cutscene in Resident Evil CODE: Veronica where Alexia Ashford is walking down the stairs and mutates into her first form.
Alfred Ashford (TFS 084) Tfs084 This card is based on the ending of the cutscene titled "Mad" from Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles.
Nosferatu (TFS 085) Tfs085 The Nosferatu is a boss first introduced in Resident Evil CODE: Veronica.
Bandersnatch (TFS 080) Tfs080 The Bandersnatch is an enemy first introduced in Resident Evil CODE: Veronica.
Cruel Game (TFS 100) Tfs100 This card displays the Executioner Majini (first introduced in Resident Evil 5) being caught in a trap, presumably being based on Akuma's story in TEPPEN.
Ant Queen's Caress (TFS 095) Tfs095 This card shows Akuma facing Alexia Ashford.
Ant Queen's Caress (TFS 095, Secret) Tfs095 N/A
Fate of the Unworthy (TFS 099) Tfs099 This card is a direct reference to the cutscene titled "A New Nightmare Begins" from Resident Evil 5.

Haunted by MemoriesEdit

Name Image Notes
Agent's Memories (HBM 025) Hbm025 This card displays Leon's design from Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles and Resident Evil 4.

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