Does it matter? --- Resident Evil 6 October 2, 2012 XBL GT: Prototype614
#3darthmittenPosted 7/1/2012 11:47:07 AM
Well yeah. If he got bitten no matter what, then he should be a zombie @Jawskin --- Fever gone, but itchy. Hungry and eat doggy food. Itchy Itchy. Scott came. Ugly face so killed him. Tasty :P -Resident Evil 1 Bedroom Diary
Well yeah. If he got bitten no matter what, then he should be a zombie @Jawskin
#5RineN1Posted 7/1/2012 7:43:21 PM
After all the games with zombies, you should know that such thing doesnt apply to the main chara (AKA: The one you use) Maybe ORC... but that doesnt fit here
#6TrueAnarchistPosted 7/1/2012 10:07:09 PM
Obviously, you are supposed to assume that your actual gameplay has no direct correlation to the plot, aside from moving characters place to place. Damage is not retained.
Interestingly enough, however. . . in the (fairly bad) novel series by S.D. Perry, "The T-Virus causes massive damage when it is initially released, but after a very short period burns itself out, making further infection impossible."
So there's a plausible excuse if it's ruining your OHMYGAWDIMMERSION --- Gamertag: Bboyd93
#7Incubus421Posted 7/2/2012 4:08:21 PM
It is also revealed in a File that is read in REvelations that: '...these herbs also have anti-viral properties...', referring to the herbs used to heal. So you can just assume that if you heal the wound, you also kill the virus. --- 4 / / Itchy. Tasty.