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           |             Resident Evil 4                |
           |            Shooting Range FAQ              |
           |                 V 1.0                      |
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By: typhlosion5555
Copyright 2005 Jorge Gomez
This may be not be reproduced under any circumstances except for personal,
private use. It may not be placed on any web site or otherwise distributed
publicly without advance written permission. Use of this guide on any other
web site or as a part of any public display is strictly prohibited, and a
violation of copyright.

This guide may ONLY be posted at:
www.gamefaqs.com

        ---Be warned as this guide contains some *SPOILERS*---

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Table of Contents:
I. Introduction  
II. Shooting Range
      1. Overview
      2. Rapid-fire
      3. Sniping
III. Prizes / Easter Eggs
      1. Row A Prizes
      2. Row B Prizes
      3. Row C Prizes
      4. Row D Prizes
      5. Shooting Ranges and SFX
IV. FAQ
V. Credits
VI. Version History
VII. Contact

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| I. I N T R O D U C T I O N                 |
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Welcome to my Shooting Range FAQ for Resident Evil 4, I hope you enjoy
it, as much as I liked doing it.

Random fact: This is my third in-depth FAQ for Gamefaqs.

Thank you guys for all your comments/suggestions/contributions, I really
try to answer most of the E-mails I recieve ^^. Do not be shy and send
your comments =P.

If you have any comments or want to contribute, please check the Contact
section. If you want to submit STRATEGIES, please e-mail me!

V 1.0 Update: I'm sorry guys! I had a lot of homework and I could not
update this! I hope this update makes up for the lack of attention this
FAQ had been getting on my part.

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| II. S H O O T I N G    R A N G E           |
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Here it is, the main section of this FAQ. Below are the rules of the Range
as well as the Point Chart. Next, I will cover the two ways of beating
the Range.

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              1. Overview
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The Shooting Range is one of the many mini-games that Resident Evil 4 has
to offer. The point of the game is to shoot as many villager targets and
possible.

-If you get more than 3000 points you win a bottlecap.
-In order to get the rare bottlecap, shoot every villager target (NOT ASHLEY).
Alternate way for getting the rare bottlecap: Getting a high-score.**
-Sometimes a villager will be holding dynamite, shoot the dynamite to destroy
all the targets around the villager holding the dynamite.


In each challenge there are 25 villager targets. Most of them are men, while
only 5 are women targets.
 
If you shoot 5 villagers in a row, a Salazar target will appear, be sure
to shoot Salazar.

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|                Point Chart               |
|------------------------------------------|
| Target            |             Points   |
|------------------------------------------|
| Male Villager     | 50 regular, 100 head |
| Female Villager   | 50 regular, 200 head |
| Salazar           |      500 regular     |
| Ashley            |     -1000 regular    |
| Fireworks*        | 300 once per round   |
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Point Chart Contributors:

*TynanRyu. Making the fireworks go off earns you 300 points. To get the fire
works, shoot the moon and then the castle.
**T. Sloane. You can check the current high scores by checking the sigh on the
wall to the right of the merchant.**

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              2. Rapid-fire
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A) Equipment

- Shotgun - Firepower 4.0
          Firing Speed 1.53
          Reload Speed 2.43
          Capacity 12
- TMP - Firepower 0.40
      Firing Speed 0.10
      Reload Speed 2.37
      Capacity 50
- TMP Ammo x100
- Shotgun Ammo x30
- Hand Grenade

B) Pros / Cons

1. Pros:
    +You can hit several targets at the same time.
    +The TMP allows for quick firing.
    +Final: Better for getting the Rare Bottlecap / Hitting every target.

2. Cons:
    -If you're using the Shotgun and an Ashley target pops up near you, you
     may hit her on accident because of the Shotgun's spread damage.
    -The TMP will break your villagers combo most of the time thanks to the
     recoil.
    -Final: Bad for getting high scores. 

C) Strategy

For the first two challenges (A and B) Rapid-fire can let you get your Rare
Bottle caps AND a highscore, use the TMP as a handgun and try to hit 5
villagers in a row to make the Salazar target appear. When Salazar appears,
use the TMP to hit him as the Shotgun sucks with faraway targets.

D) Rare Bottlecap Strategy

Since the A and B challenges have little to none Ashley targets, use the
shotgun to hit every target regardless of headshots.
For C and D I suggest you use either the TMP or change to Sniping Mode.

Happy Hunting! If you have another strategy and want to send it, feel free
to do it, you'll be credited.

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               3. Sniping
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A) Equipment

- Handgun - Firepower 1.0
            Firing Speed 0.33
            Reload Speed 1.47
            Capacity 16
- Rifle   - Firepower 4.0
            Firing Speed 0.67
            Reload Speed 3.23
            Capacity 18
- Rifle Ammo x30
- Handgun Ammo x 50
- Hand Grenade

B) Pros / Cons

1. Pros
    +You can get headshots easily with the Handgun on earlier levels and with
     the Rifle on later challenges.
    +The Handgun allows for quick firing.
    +The Handgun is accurate.
    +Final: Great for high-scores once you get the hang of it.

2. Cons
    -If you dilly-dally with the Rifle too much, the targets will be gone.
    -The Rifle is slow when reloading.
    -Final: Hard to snipe at first.

C) Strategies:

1.Typhlosion's Strategy

For the A and B row challenges, use your handgun to land in some nasty head-
shots to the villagers, if the target is too far, do not risk it - shoot the
villager on the body, that way, you will not lose your combo. Keep shooting
them and getting combos to make Salazar appear up to four times!

2. Zack Jarvis' Strategy

For A and B I pretty much just stuck to simple body shots on all the villagers,
making sure to keep my combos up for all the Salazar Targets since they are
the majority of the points. Because:
-25 villagers x 50 points each comes to 1250 plus the 2000 you get at least
 from your Salazar Targets gets you your bottle cap everytime.
Just make sure to get the rare one with headshots first time through.

D) Rare Bottlecap Strategy

Use your handgun to hit every target in the body so you don't risk missing 
and/or hitting the Ashley target. If a dynamite man pops up, take out your
rifle and shoot the dynamite.

Happy Hunting! If you have another strategy and want to send it, feel free
to do it, you'll be credited.

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| III. P R I Z E S                           |
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Here is the list of the bottlecaps and pesetas that you can get on the Shooting
Gallery, remember that to get bottlecaps you need to score at least 3000. To 
get the rare bottlecap (The last bottlecap from left to right) you need to
hit every single target except Ashley. You can miss Salazar targets.

I will list them from left to right.

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              1. Row A Prizes
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Row A deals with most of the main characters of the game. Three bottlecaps
are just for Leon. So for you Leon fans I guess that's enough right? >.<

A) Leon w/rocket launcher
Description: Leon with his tactical vest ready to fire a Rocket Launcher.
Quote: 'Stand Back!'
Where is the quote used in the game: ????

B) Leon w/shotgun
Description: Leon with the attache case XL ready to fire a Shotgun.
Quote: 'Don't worry Ashley! I'm coming for ya!'
Where is the quote used in the game: Castle when Ashley gets kidnapped
for a second time.

C) Leon w/handgun
Description: Leon is standing with his jackey from the beginning, with
his handgun on his right hand. 
Quote: 'Ada!'
Where is the quote used in the game: His first/second encounter with Ada
 (after the hedge maze), she says "Been a long time."  And Leon says "Ada!"

D) Ashley Graham
Description: It's Ashley, the President's daughter. Standing in a shy way.
Quote: 'LEEEEOOON, HEEEEEEELP!'
Where is the quote used in the game: Several places.

E) Luis Sera
Description: Luis, the former policeman from Madrid.
Quote: *bang* *bang* 'Did you send all those invitations? I told you no more
than fifty people!'
Where is the quote used in the game: During the villager ambush before
choosing one of the two main paths in the village area. Thanks Zack
Jarvis! 

F) Ada Wong 
-Rare Bottlecap
Description: Ada in her red dress, standing seductively,
aiming with her handgun.
Quote: 'Leon, now!'
Where is the quote used in the game: In the very end.

G) 15 000 Pesetas
How to get: Get every Row A bottlecap.

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              2. Row B Prizes
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Row B deals with most of the village enemies. Being a native spanish speaker,
I have included a translation for all the villager quotes.

Random Comment: You know how it's a little hard to play this game with
the volume way up? Everyone in my house speaks spanish.

A) Don Jose
Description: One of the villagers that attack you. Middle-aged man with a
beard and a mustache. He has an axe on his right hand.
Quote: 'Detrás de ti, imbécil!'
Translation: 'Behind you! Asshole!'
Where is the quote used in the game: Several places.

 
B) Don Diego

Description: One of the villagers that attack you. Old bald man with a sickle
on his right hand.
Quote: 'Basta, hijo de puta.'
Translation: That's it, son of a *****.
Where is the quote used in the game: Several places.

C) Don Esteban
Description: One of the villagers that attack you. He seems to be pointing
at someone. He is an old man with a white mustache and beard.
Quote: 'Un forastero!'
Translation: 1) A stranger! 2) A foreigner!
Where is the quote used in the game: Several places, when the villagers find
out you're near them.

D) Don Manuel
Description: One of the villagers that attack you, he has a fork on his right
hand. Middle aged-man with brown hair.
Quote: 'Ahí está!'
Translation: There he is!
Where is the quote used in the game: Several places, when the villagers find
out you're near them.

E) Dr. Salvador
Description: One of the Chainsaw men. He seems to be ready to attack.
Quote: *broom* *broom* 'Heeyaaa!'
Where is the quote used in the game: When one of the Chainsaw men attack you.

F) Bella Sisters
-Rare Bottlecap
Description: The two evil chainsaw women.
Quote: *broom* *broom* *broom* 'Heyaaa!'
Where is the quote used in the game: When one of the Bella Sisters attack you.
Either in the fork in the village or in Mercenaries mode.

G) 25 000 Pesetas
How to get: Get every Row B bottlecap.

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              3. Row C Prizes
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Row C is composed mostly of cult member enemies. Translation is included
for the Castle enemies. The Merchant and Las Plagas also make an appearance
in this row.

A) Merchant
Description: The misterious merchant.
Quote: 'Welcome'
Where is the quote used in the game: Several places, when you talk with him
for the first time in one of his many camps.

B) Zealot w/ scythe
Description: A cult member wearing a black tunic. He has a scythe on his
hands.
Quote: 'Sí, quiero matar...'
Translation: Yes, I want to kill...
Where is the quote used in the game: A lot of times in the castle area.

C) Zealot w/ shield
Description: The name pretty much gives it, a cult member with a flail on
one hand and a giant wooden shield on the other. He's wearing a black hooded
tunic.
Quote: 'Muere...muere...muere...muere'
Translation: Die...die...die...die...
Where is the quote used in the game: A lot of times in the castle area, when
they are running after you.

D) Zealot w/ bowgun
Description: Another cult member, this time with a bowgun and a skull helmet.
Quote: 'Bwaaaaaaaaaaaa'
Where is the quote used in the game: A lot of times in the castle area.

E) Leader Zealot
Description: One of the cult's VIPs. He has a red tunic. He's Pointing at 
someone.
Quote: 'Ahí está.'
Translation: There he is.
Where is the quote used in the game: A lot of times in the castle area, when
they notice you're near them.

F) Don Pedro
-Rare Bottlecap
Description: The body of a poor villager with the exposed parasite on his
head.
Quote: *Insert parasite sound here*
Where is the quote used in the game: Several areas throughout the game.

G) 35 000 Pesetas
How to get: Get every Row C bottlecap.

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              4. Row D Prizes
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Row D involves mainly Island enemies and some random stuff. Again, I'll write
the translation for each. Two female villagers make an appearance as a bottle
cap here, I wonder why?

A) Soldier w/ dynamite
Description: One of the many soldiers you encounter on the Island, has
a red beret with a dynamite on his right hand. 
Quote: 'Cógelo!'
Translation: 'Grab him!' NOTE: Many people think that the verb 'Coger' is to 
**** someone, that does not apply to Resident Evil 4. Why? Because in Spain
'Coger' is only interpreted as 'To grab' while here in Latin America it can
be interpreted as 'To ****' 
Where is the quote used in the game: Several areas throughout the game.

B) Soldier w/ stun-rod
-AKA as Darth Vader wannabe.
Description: A soldier wearing orange clothing with a stun rod on his right
hand, wearing an anti-toxin mask.
Quote: I finally got the quote! Thanks to my friend R. A. Bojalil, what
this Darth Vader wannabe was saying was: 'Te cogí'
Translation: 'Te cogí' means 'I caught you' but if you see the explanation
I mentioned above, you will see that it could also be interpreted as
I ****ed you, but in this case it's 'I caught you'. ^^
Where is the quote used in the game: It's obviously the Island area of the
game, the soldier mentions it whenever he sees you for the first time
in a room/area.

C) Soldier w/ hammer
Description: A fat guy that looks like a medieval soldier, he's holding his
crotch (WTF? o.0;;) with a hammer on his right hand.
Quote: *Instert grunt here*
Where is the quote used in the game: Several areas throughout the game.

D) Isabel
Description: One of the female villagers that attack you. She is holding
a bucket. She's an old lady.
Quote: 'Donde está?'
Translation: Where is s/he?
Where is the quote used in the game: Several areas.

E) Maria
Description: Another of the female villagers that attack you. She is holding
a kitchen knife with her right hand. Middle-aged woman.
Quote: 'Está en la trampa!'
Translaion: 'S/he is in the trap!'
Where is the quote used in the game: Zack Jarvis tells me that this quote
is used throughout the game but I actually found specific places where
the quote is used. If you walk on one of those 'Hunting Traps' scattered
throughout the village area and Maria or any other Female villager is near,
she will cry 'Está en la trampa!', which is -now that I think of it- fairly
obvious.

F) J.J.
-Rare bottlecap
Description: An elite soldier with a rail gun.
Quote: *Instert rail gun sound here* 'Te voy a matar!'
Translation: I'm going to kill you!
Where is the quote used in the game: Island Area

G) 50 000 Pesetas
How to get: Get every Row D bottlecap.

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         5. Shooting Ranges and SFX
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A) Shooting Ranges

Whenever you reach a new Shooting Range, you'll notice the background
changes. Here are the backgrounds for each range.

Range #1 - Castle Lobby : Forest at the back and a cabin. There's daylight on
                          the background.

Range #2 - ???????????? : Forest at the back and a cabin. It's a little dark.

Range #3 - ???????????? : ?????

Range #4 - Second to last chapter : You can see a picture of the castle and
                                    it's very dark.
                                    Also in Shooting Range #4, you'll hear
                                    Salazar's laughing sometimes. 

B) Special Effects

Version .9 Update!
It seems that shooting a specific part of the background turns on certain
effects. If anyone knows WHERE do you need to shoot to turn on, let's say,
White Feathers effects, please e-mail me.

Here are some of the special effects:

1. White Feathers 

How to activate: You must be in a Range with a Cabin/Village background, then
shoot the tree area on the left. Thanks to Kenneth Wilson for telling me this! 
Description: This one is neat. White feathers will be all around the 
Shooting Range, making it a little cute.

2. Flies

How to activate: You must be in a Range with a Cabin/Village background, then
shoot the bug nest near the house. Thanks to Kenneth Wilson for telling me 
this!
Description: Flies will be all around the Shooting Range, buzzing and making
you lose concentration.

3. Fireworks 

How to activate: Shoot the castle after shooting the Moon, earning 300 points.
Description: Pretty self-explanatory

4. Fog

How to activate: Shoot the Moon, then the castle in Range #4
Description: Fog makes it harder to see. Thanks TynanRyu for this information!

5. Meteor Shower 

How to activate: Shoot the Moon, then the castle and a meteor shower could
show up.
Description: Meteor-Shower Thanks Chad Wolcott!

6. Strange / Creepy Shout

How to activate: You must be in a Range with a Cabin/Village background, then
shoot the only window in the cabin. Thanks to Kenneth Wilson for telling me 
this and lots more =P.
Description: A strange thing shouts >.<

7. Salazar Laugh

How to activate: You must be in Range #4 to do this (Castle background range),
then shoot one of the castle windows. This will the last time I'll credit
Kenneth Wilson in my FAQ... for now =P.

8. Catapult Shot 

Thanks to T. Johnson for this info.
How to activate: In the castle backdrop setting, shoot out the moon. 
After the arena goes dark, shoot the sky above the middle part of the castle. 
You'll get a shooting star, followed by a stary fog, then the catapult blast
will always hit the front left area of the stage. It will NOT destroy
every target on stage, just the first 4 targets (that form a square)
on the left closest to the "table" with the bell.
Description: A catapult blast.

9. Smoke
How to activate: In the one with the cabin, if you shoot the chimney 
(or smokestack) smokes comes out. It pretty much has the same effect as "fog."
Description: Smoke hinders visibility.

If you know about more, e-mail me! If you know how to activate these effects,
e-mail me! 

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| IV. F A Q                                  |
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1.What's the point of the Shooting Range?
For starters, you can get bottle-caps from various characters and enemies
encountered throughout the game.
If you complete a row of bottle-caps, you will be awarded with Pesetas,
completing the first row gets you 25 000 pesetas, completing the last row
gets you 50 000 pesetas, the second and third row gets you 30 000 respectively.

2. How am I supposed to get the bottle-caps?
You need to get more than 3000 in a Shooting Gallery challenge.
Refer to the Shooting Gallery section for strategies.

3. How do I get rare bottle-caps?
Shoot every single target except for the Ashley targets, Salazar targets
do not count towards the total

4. Are there any secrets in Shooting Range? It's too hard
Not exactly a secret, but the easiest way to win is to shoot 5 targets in a 
row to make a Salazar target appear, if you shoot Salazar, you get 500 points.

5. Help! I'm missing one bottle-cap and if I get 3000 points I still do not
get anything, any idea why?
Yes, you're missing the Rare bottle-cap, shoot every single target
except for the Ashley ones.

6. Help! I keep getting 3000 points and I still don't get anything! I have
the Rare bottlecap, any idea why?
You have that Row complete already, change to another challenge.

7. How do I unlock new challenges?
Progress through the main game.

8. Do I get to carry over my Bottle-caps to the next game?
Yes, you do.

9. Can you upgrade the weapons the merchant gives you?
Nope.

10. Does it matter if I get bottlecaps with Sniping only?
No, it's the same. I suggest just using sniping.

11. Can I get the Row D 50 000 Pesetas Prize even if I haven't completed
Row A/B/C?
Yep, you can. 
 
12. I got all the bottle caps in the first row and my high score was 4,000.
Now whatever score I get under that they laugh at me and I can't get any more
caps. What am I doing wrong?
Progress through the game until you get to a new Shooting Range.
 
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| V. C R E D I T S                           |
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-CJayC: For creating Gamefaqs.
-Capcom: For Megaman, Resident Evil, Viewtiful Joe and many more.
-ASCII Generator: For making my ASCII art.
-Zack Jarvis <Spyder@eqxmail.com> For A LOT of quote / pesetas information,
you rock Zack! This FAQ would not be as complete without your help.
-TynanRyu: For the fog effect tidbit and the 'Making the fireworks go off
to earn 300 points' rumor >.< I'll confirm it ASAP.
-Chad Wolcott <atrophyg4@hotmail.com> For the Meteor Shower effect and for
clearing the fireworks rumor up. Also for telling me about the Catapult Blast
Shot. Thanks Chad!
-Kenneth Wilson <inududekago@msn.com> for several special effects and CLEAR
descriptions and locations. Thanks a lot! You completed most of that section
=P.
-Chris Duncan for an explanation about the fireworks points.
-R. A. Bojalil For telling me what the 'Soldier with the Stun Rod' was saying.
-T. Johnson: For the Catapult Shot information.
-Tim Sloane: Alternate method to get the Rare Bottlecap. High score info. 
-Philip...The Foo: For telling me about Leon w/handgun quote.
-Insane Maestro
-Ian Bingham: For clearing the 'Te Cogi' thing up.

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| VI. V E R S I O N   H I S T O R Y           |
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.8 : January 22nd - Completed most of the FAQ.
                    -Accepting strategy submissions

.95 : January 26th - Added more quote locations.
                  - Added another strategy for Sniping sent by Zack Jarvis.
                  - Added Pesetas Prizes I missed. Thanks Zack ^^.
                  - Updated the 'Special Effects' section, now it is A LOT more
                    complete.
                  - I think the Point Chart is now complete.
                  - Finally managed to decipher what the Soldier with the Stun
                    Rod saying thanks to a contribution.
                  - Still accepting strategies.

1.0 : February 19th - Added more quote locations.
                    - Special Effects section is now complete.
                    - Still accepting strategies.

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| VII. C O N T A C T                          |
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Have any questions? Comments? Do you want to contribute?
If I missed something or you just want to say hi, contact me at 
jorgomez10@hotmail.com or jorgom@gmail.com with the subject:
Resident Evil 4.

|Copyright 2005| Jorge Gomez
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