OTHER NOTES FOR THE RECORD: This guide will _NOT_ help you with the 
full version of the game. The full version is different from the demo! 
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BioHazard Zero: Trial Edition
For the Japanese Nintendo GameCube
A FAQ/Walkthrough by CVXFREAK
Written by: CVXFREAK
Copyright 2002 by CVXFREAK
Version 0.4 
E-mail: FireEmblemPride[at]hotmail.com
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This FAQ is dedicated to the victims of the September 11, 2001 
terrorist attacks. This FAQ is best viewed in "SMALLER" text in 
Internet Explorer. 

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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1. Introduction
2. FAQ
3. Basic Information
   A. Controls
   B. Survival Guide
   C. Health Guide
   D. The 'Zero' Difference
   E. Item Screen
   F. Characters
   G. Story
4. Walkthrough
5. Item List
6. Weapon List
7. Monster List
8. Standard Guide Information
   A. Contact Policy
   B. Version History
   C. Copyright Information
   D. Conclusion

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1. Introduction
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BioHazard Zero is Capcom's most hyped GameCube game in 2002. The game 
is due out in November in Japan and America. Capcom wants gamers to get 
a taste of the game months early by releasing a Trial Edition for the 
game (similar to the demo versions of Devil May Cry and Resident Evil 
2). And I luckily got a copy.

This demo covers the train area of the game, BioHazard Zero (Resident 
Evil Zero). That is roughly 30 minutes of the overall game. New 
innovations include using 2 characters, Rebecca Chambers and Billy 
Cowen. The game features spectacular graphics which look better than 
that of the fabulous looking Resident Evil remake for the Nintendo 
GameCube. 

As you know, this game initially started on the Nintendo 64 but then 
moved to the GameCube since N64 cartridges couldn't hold enough for the 
data. Unlike Eternal Darkness, Resident Evil Zero, as evidence by the 
graphics, isn't merely ported and touched up on the GameCube (although 
Resident Evil 2 and Resident Evil 3: Nemesis will be mere PSone ports). 

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2. FAQ
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Q. How much of the game does the Trial Edition cover?
A. It covers roughly 30 minutes the first time you play without a 
walkthrough. However, it can be as short as 10 minutes on a second run.

Q. How much has changed from the N64 version?
A. Just the graphics. Do not confuse this game with Eternal Darkness. 
Eternal Darkness was merely ported over from N64 to GameCube with 
minimal touch ups (it's still a fabulous game). BioHazard (Resident 
Evil) Zero is completely overhauled graphically (in vein of the 
Resident Evil Remake).

Q. Who do we control?
A. We control Rebecca Chambers, who first appeared in Resident Evil, 
and Billy Cowen, a brand new character who was mentioned before in the 
N64 version of Resident Evil 2 (sadly, he won't be mentioned in the 
GameCube version although it would make more sense). 

Q. Are the controls similar to Resident Evil remake?
A. Yeah, except extra controls are given to switch characters during 
the game.

Q. So is this game a prequel to Resident Evil remake?
A. Yes, this is the official prequel and it takes place a day before or 
during the Resident Evil remake.

Q. Who's that guy in the robe?
A. I know who he is because of the Cube Club events. But I'm not going 
to reveal it, so I can keep you all in suspense. Don't you all just 
hate me? :-)

Q. Are William Birkin (from RE2) and Albert Wesker (from RE and RECVX) 
in the game?
A. Yes. Go to www.new-blood.com and check out the screenshots of the 
two. 

Q. Do I need to play the Resident Evil remake in order to understand 
this game?
A. Probably to get the most experience, the Resident Evil remake needs 
to be played. But since this is naturally a prequel, you won't need to 
play the Resident Evil remake. 

Q. Is this game coming to PlayStation 2 or XBOX?
A. No, this game is a GameCube exclusive (and with Mikami's recent 
comments about Sony, it probably will be for awhile). 

Q. Where can I order this Trial Edition?
A. I recommend www.ncsx.com or www.videogamedepot.com. I ordered from 
VGD.

Q. What is Billy's last name?
A. That is a good question. It is spelled "Coen" in the preview 
trailers for the movie. However, the RE2 (N64) EX File spells it as 
"Koen." Then we have rumors of "Cohen." Then Electronic Boutique's 
preview box has it as "Cowen." Choose one. 

Q. Is this demo coming to the U.S.?
A. No, this demo is only in the Japanese language. If you have a 
modified GameCube, or a Freeloader, then you can import the demo. 

Q. Are Item Boxes in BioHazard Zero?
A. No, they have been replaced by the "drop and pick up" system.

Q. Are items dropped hard to see?
A. No. Unlike the N64 version, the GameCube has enough memory to 
remember where items have been put. 

Q. How do you like the game so far?
A. The game can use a little bit more polishing (in the loading an 
animation areas, especially) but otherwise, the game's top quality so 
far. 

Q. When will this game be released?
A. It is due out in America on November 12, 2002. It is due out in 
Japan November 21, 2002. It is due out in Europe much later on February 
28, 2003. 

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3. Basic Information
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A. Controls
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A: Action/Climb

B: Run (When moving D-Pad/Analog Stick)

Y: Not Used

X: Switch Characters

R: Ready Weapon

L: Change targets

C-Stick: Move partner character when partner is in the same room

Start Button: Access Item Screen

Z Button: Access map

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B. Survival Guide
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Resident Evil Zero is a game that requires strategy to win. Unlike the 
Resident Evil Remake, there are at time, 4 zombies in one room, and the 
game initially starts out with the HANDGUN. Do not panic and switch to 
the other character (or else the surrounded character will die). 
However, the Resident Evil Zero characters seems to have more stamina, 
so getting out of a tight situation isn't too hard. Try to dodge it out 
with the enemies, as in all Resident Evil games, and you'll basically 
be fine. 

EVADE ZOMBIES!
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If you can, evade the zombies to save health and ammo. 

CONSERVE AMMO!
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Resident Evil Zero is somewhat hard. It is easy to use up a lot of 
ammo. Conserve ammo between the two characters. 

FIRE FROM A DISTANCE!
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The zombies and zombie dogs are easily killed at a distance. So kill 
them at a distance. 

TRY TO DECAPITATE ZOMBIES!
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When playing, the SHOTGUN can blow a zombie's head off. For a SHOTGUN 
SHELL to decapitate a zombie, get close and aim it up, and then fire. 

KEEP 1 GREEN HERB AND 1 FIRST AID SPRAY WITH YOU!
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Sometimes you can drop health because some monsters are stronger than 
others. Avoid this by carrying a Green herb and First Aid Spray. The 
Green Herb can cover small damage, while the First Aid Spray can cover 
sudden health drops from Hunters or Chimeras. 

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C. Health Guide
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Throughout the game are healing items that will help you recover from 
injuries induced by the monsters and object in the game. They are 
limited, and the different medicines have different effects. Use them 
wisely. Along with weapons, these are your best friends. 

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HEALTH STANDARDS
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FINE (GREEN) = 100% HEALTH
Little to no damage suffered.

CAUTION (YELLOW) = 75% HEALTH
Some damage suffered.

CAUTION (ORANGE) = 50% HEALTH
A lot of damage suffered.

DANGER (RED) = 25% HEALTH
Extreme amount of damage suffered. Near death.
 
POISON (RED/YELLOW/ORANGE/RED) = 100%-25% HEALTH
Poisoned by a monster, gradually loses health.
[NOTE: The color depends on what health you're on.] 

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|1. RED + GREEN = FULL HEALTH|
+--------------------------------------------------------------------+
| This herb looks like a small red and green dot on a piece of paper.|
+--------------------------------------------------------------------+

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|2. GREEN + GREEN + GREEN = FULL HEALTH|
+-----------------------------------------------------------+
|This herb looks like one big green dot on a piece of paper.|
+-----------------------------------------------------------+

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|3. GREEN + GREEN = 50% HEALTH|
+------------------------------------------------------------+
|This herb looks like 2 small green dots on a piece of paper.|
+------------------------------------------------------------+

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|4. GREEN + BLUE = 25% HEALTH AND POISON HEAL|
+--------------------------------------------------------------------+
|This herb looks like a small blue and green dot on a piece of paper.|
+--------------------------------------------------------------------+

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|5. BLUE = POISON HEAL|
+------------------------------+
|This is a blue leaf-like herb.|
+------------------------------+

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|6. GREEN = 25% HEALTH|
+-------------------------------+
|This is a green leaf-like herb.|
+-------------------------------+

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|7. GREEN + GREEN + BLUE = 50% HEALTH AND POISON HEAL|
+---------------------------------------------------------------------+
|This looks like 2 green dots and a blue dot on a piece of paper.     | 
+---------------------------------------------------------------------+

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|8. GREEN + RED + BLUE = FULL HEALTH AND POISON HEAL|
+-----------------------------------------------------------+
|This herb looks like one big brown dot on a piece of paper.|
+-----------------------------------------------------------+

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|10. FIRST AID SPRAY = FULL HEALTH|
+-----------------------------------------------+
|This is a silver can with a spray nozzle on it.|
+-----------------------------------------------+

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D. The 'Zero' Difference
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Since both Billy and Rebecca will appear in different rooms, a room-by-
room walkthrough will be nearly impossible to make. Therefore, I will 
take the more traditional approach to writing a walkthrough, and I'll 
make it a little more traditional (as in paragraph form).

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E. Item Screen
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The item screen might pose some problems since it's completely in 
Japanese, and that it is changed to cover both Billy and Rebecca. 
Whoever you're controlling will be on the right side, and the other 
will be on the left. There are 6 slots for items. When you are on the 
item screen, the 5 following options will appear:

1. USE
2. COMBINE
3. CHECK
4. DROP
5. SWAP (only appears when you're in the same room as your partner)

Options 1-3 (USE, COMBINE, CHECK) are self-explanatory, but to the 
BioHazard newbie, it might now be. USE is to have an item do it's 
desired function. If the option doesn't appear to be working, the item 
cannot be used yet. The COMBINE option allows two compatible items to 
be combined to create one item, or to open another. CHECK is to examine 
an item closely. DROP is a new feature, where you can drop an item on 
the ground to free up item space. You can always pick it up later. SWAP 
is only available when the other character is in the same room, where 
you can trade items with one another.  

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F. Characters
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REBECCA CHAMBERS
****************
AGE: 18
Rebecca is the young medic of STARS Bravo Team. She is well trained and 
pretty smart for her age. She is a rookie at her work, but she can be 
well trusted. Her gun ability is amazingly good for her age. But she 
can get hurt a lot easier than Billy Coen. Besides Billy, she's the 
only other character you control. Apparently, Rebecca Chambers goes 
through hell after this game even started, in BioHazard. Apparently, 
she doesn't like to show it.

STARTING ITEMS: HANDGUN
                HANDGUN BULLETS
               
PARTNER: Billy Coen

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BILLY COEN
**********
AGE: 26
Billy Coen is an ex-marine. He is a pretty tough character, and also 
has a different personality and style, as evidenced by his tattoos. Not 
much is known about him other than that he was on the train, which we 
explore in this game. 

STARTING ITEMS: HANDGUN
                HANDGUN BULLETS
                LIGHTER

PARTNER: Rebecca Chambers

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G. Story
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(This story is sort of a translation but my interpretation is also 
inside)

July, 1998.

Raccoon City. A Midwestern American city. The town was recently plagued 
with cannibal attacks. To counter that, Raccoon City Police department 
sent the S.T.A.R.S. Bravo Team to go search for the perpetrators. As 
they fly over Raccoon Forest, their helicopter crashes but they 
survive, and Rebecca begins searching the forest. She sees a train and 
runs into Billy Coen, and their ordeal begins…

(From a story standpoint, it's interesting that in the Resident Evil 
REmake, Rebecca has a lighter in her inventory. However, in Resident 
Evil Zero, Billy is the only one with a Lighter, and Rebecca doesn't 
have one. Hmm…)

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4. Walkthrough
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TRAIN AREA
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[REBECCA CHAMBERS] 
You'll start by controlling Rebecca Chambers, so shoot the zombie 
nearby with the HANDGUN. Then run down and go through the door. In the 
staircase area, there is a box of HANDGUN BULLETS to the right, and 
then climb the stairs. Up the stairs, there are two zombies, so shoot 
them (getting bitten is pretty much inevitable). Down at the other end 
of the room is a GREEN HERB and BLUE HERB. Rebecca will more than 
likely be at CAUTION condition right now, so don't be afraid to use it. 
Now go through the door left of the staircase.

In this kitchen area, there are HANDGUN BULLETS on the counter. Now go 
to the shining item on the ground and pick up the "SHIRUBARINKU" (Or 
from my understanding, STEEL/SILVER LINK; thank you Katakana!). See the 
little elevator compartment nearby? Slip the STEEL LINK in and give it 
to Billy. So switch to Billy now.

[BILLY COEN]
As Billy, grab the GREEN HERB nearby and run into a little hall until 
you see the STEEL LINK Rebecca slipped into the elevator. Grab it. Now 
go through the door that says "FREIGHT CAR." Inside, kill the two 
zombie dogs with the HANDGUN, and then grab the SHOTGUN SHELLS on the 
shelf to the left (or you can leave them). Nearby, you'll find a BROWN 
CASE and a BRONZE LINK. Now take the STEEL LINK and the BRONZE LINK and 
combine them both with the BROWN CASE. The case opens, revealing an 
ATTENDANT KEY. Now unlock the door to the right of the elevator on 
Billy's floor. Run to the passenger area, and then switch to Rebecca. 

[REBECCA CHAMBERS]
Now run to where Billy's at in the passenger area. No unlock the door 
up front. Go through. Shoot every zombie in here (you may switch to 
Billy and run in to shoot the hoards). Then run forward through the 
door. In the next area, kill the zombie dogs and then go through the 
first door. Inside is the SURVIVAL KNIFE. Exit, and go through the next 
door.

It is the Save Room of Resident Evil Zero! Inside is a box of HANDGUN 
BULLETS. Now exit the room, and return to where Billy is waiting. Now 
go up the stairs. Kill the zombies in the room and run passed the first 
door. Enter the next door. Inside, kill all the zombies and then grab 
the SHOTGUN off the bed. Then leave the room. Run back to Billy and 
give him the SHOTGUN. Switch to Billy.

[BILLY COEN]
Now have Billy run back down the second passenger area and through the 
door from there. Pass the two doors and then run to the end and use the 
ATTENDANT KEY to unlock the door at the end. The dead man nearby has a 
FIRST AID SPRAY in him, so take that. Go through the door. When it asks 
you, dispose of the ATTENDANT KEY. When the game asks you to dispose 
something, do it. 

Run across the railing. And kill those 2 zombies. Then switch to 
Rebecca.

[REBECCA CHAMBERS]
Run to where Billy's at now, and go through the door before him. 
Inside, run to the upper-left corner and grab a ROOM KEY. Now run all 
the way back to Billy, and down the rail to the previous room. From 
there, run to the door Rebecca immediately sees. Unlock it with the 
ROOM KEY. Check out the room, and you'll see an ominous sign. Grab the 
SHOTGUN SHELLS, and switch to Billy.

[BILLY COEN]
Run to where Rebecca is. Now get the SHOTGUN SHELLS from Rebecca. Then 
flip that red switch to see a ladder. Climb it. Run forward in this 
bar. Run down, and you'll see the ending of this demo.

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5. Item List
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Item: ATTENDANT KEY
Who: Rebecca Chambers, Billy Coen
Compatible Items: BROWN CASE
Found at: Brown Case 
Classification: Quest Key
Description: This key unlocks 3 doors on the train, and they're the 
doors that connect various areas of the train.

Item: ROOM KEY
Who: Rebecca Chambers, Billy Coen
Compatible Items: NONE
Found at: Control Room
Classification: Quest Key
Description: This key unlocks the door to the final compartment room on 
the train before the Control Room.

Item: STEEL LINK 
Who: Rebecca Chambers, given to Billy Coen
Compatible Items: BROWN CASE, BRONZE LINK
Found at: Train Kitchen
Classification: Quest Item
Description: This round, silver item is one of two pieces that unlocks 
the BROWN CASE.

Item: BRONZE LINK 
Who: Billy Coen
Compatible Items: BROWN CASE, STEEL LINK
Found at: Train Storage Area
Classification: Quest Item
Description: This round, bronze item is one of two pieces that unlocks 
the BROWN CASE.

Item: BROWN CASE 
Who: Billy Coen
Compatible Items: BROWN CASE, BRONZE LINK
Found at: Train Kitchen
Classification: Quest Item
Description: combining it with the STEEL LINK and BRONZE LINK must open 
this brown case. In it is the ATTENDANT KEY. 

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6. Weapon List
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Item: HANDGUN
Who: Rebecca Chambers, Billy Coen
Compatible Items: HANDGUN BULLETS
Found at: In possession from start
Classification: Weapon
Description: This is the most basic firearm, with minimal firepower but 
plentiful ammo. Each holds 15 HANDGUN BULLETS. Rebecca has the better 
gun.

Item: HANDGUN BULLETS
Who: Rebecca Chambers, Billy Coen
Compatible Items: HANDGUN
Found at: Various
Classification: Weapon Ammo
Description: These appear in red boxes. Each contains 30 BULLETS. 

Item: SHOTGUN
Who: Rebecca Chambers, Billy Coen
Compatible Items: SHOTGUN SHELLS
Found at: Bedroom
Classification: Weapon 
Description: Ammo is fairly common, however, this SHOTGUN only supports 
2 SHOTGUN SHELLS at a time. Have Billy use this the most during the 
quest, while Rebecca sticks to the HANDGUN. 

Item: SHOTGUN SHELLS
Who: Rebecca Chambers, Billy Coen
Compatible Items: SHOTGUN 
Found at: Various
Classification: Weapon Ammo
Description: These come in green boxes, as usual, and each box contains 
7 SHELLS. They are used with the SHOTGUN.

Item: SURVIVAL KNIFE
Who: Rebecca Chambers, Billy Coen
Compatible Items: None
Found at: Bedroom
Classification: Melee weapon
Description: This knife, as in Resident Evil Remake, Resident Evil 2, 
and Resident Evil 3: Nemesis, is sluggish and should only be used as a 
last resort option. It is a little long, though. 

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7. Monster List
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ZOMBIE
Handgun: 4-7 Bullets
Shotgun: 1-2 Shells
These zombies are much like the ones that appear in Resident Evil 
REmake. They're stiff and lack any durability. They are easily 
dispatched with the HANDGUN or SHOTGUN.

ZOMBIE DOG
Handgun: 3-5 Bullets
Shotgun: 1-2 Shells
These zombie dogs are basically carbon copies from the ones in the 
REmake. They're easily to kill and fall down on one bullet. 

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8. Standard Guide Information
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A. Contact Policy
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E-MAIL: 
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I accept e-mails at my e-mail address, FireEmblemPride[at]hotmail.com. 
Please put "BioHazard Zero Trial Edition" in the header. If it doesn't 
have that or anything similar, then it'll be deleted. Please write to 
me civilized, with appropriate grammar and spelling (bad words are OK 
as long as you don't push it). 

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AIM:
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I do not take video game help over AIM. One reason is that sometimes I 
chat for my social life and the last thing I need is people bothering 
me. If you AIM me, I'll most likely warn you before blocking you 
(unless your reason convinces me to help you). You've been 'warned'. If 
you absolutely need my help through AIM, e-mail me. 

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B. Version History
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OCTOBER 26, 2002
Version 0.4
Just added a couple of things and made one slight alteration to the 
walkthrough. 

OCTOBER 6, 2002
Version 0.3 (Complete)
I forgot to add that extra X in my e-mail, so I added it.

SEPTEMBER 17, 2002
Version 0.2 (Complete)
Thanks to many contributors, I found out Billy Coen's age, his height 
information, and I also corrected a mistake in Rebecca's biography 
(thanks to "residentofevil" on the Resident Evil 0 GameFAQS board). 

SEPTEMBER 16, 2002
Version 0.1 (Complete)
I started the guide, and filled out nearly every area after playing the 
game. 

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C. Copyright Information
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BioHazard Zero and its right are owned by Capcom Japan. I do not own 
the rights for the game, however I do own the rights for this FAQ. 

This FAQ may only appear on the following websites:

www.gamefaqs.com
www.new-blood.com
www.anewblood.com
www.neoseeker.com
www.cheats.de
www.planetgamecube.com
www.ign.com
www.gamespot.com
cubed.biohazardextreme.com

This website is expressly forbidden from hosting this FAQ: 
www.cheatcc.com. I expressly forbid www.cheatcc.com from hosting this 
FAQ. That site is terrible and they have stolen guides from fellow 
authors before. I won't let them steal this one.

Always check back to www.gamefaqs.com or www.neoseeker.com for the 
latest versions. www.new-blood.com/www.anewblood.com will usually have 
updated versions as well. 

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D. Conclusion
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Thanks to:

- Capcom and Shinji Mikami for creating the Resident Evil series.
- Nintendo for creating the Nintendo GameCube.
- My mom, for forking over $26 to buy me this game.
- Jeff "CJayC" Veasey for posting this on GameFAQS.
- Peter Judson for posting this on NeoSeeker.
- Stephen Ng for posting this at IGN and the free Super Monkey Ball 2.
- The folks at Planet GameCube for the best coverage on the GameCube.
- The fellow FAQ authors. They offer inspiration.
- residentofevil at BioHazard 0 board for Billy information.
- mrhankyspj for pointing out an error in Rebecca's biography. 

No thanks to:

- Dave at Cheat Code Central for stealing FAQS from authors.

CVXFREAK
FireEmblemPride[at]hotmail.com

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---CVXFREAK
   FireEmblemPride[at]hotmail.com 

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