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No dude, HUNK is just a skilled soldier, nothing else. He's strong, but he doesn't have super human powers like the guy in the trailer or like Wesker. HUNK is way too old and if he appears, it probably won't be in the story. Plus the new guy is a cocky douche and HUNK is an emotionless obedient soldier
No, but we know he's Vector's master since he trained him and other recruits, and we know Vector is in his early 30's, meaning HUNK in probably like 35-40 in RE2. Chris is only 20 something around that time. Besides, the new guy is obviously younger than Leon and Chris
But they showed HUNK and he doesn't look like him to be honest. I swear I'm getting tired with this guesswork. It's Steve. Now it's HUNK?
From: deathjr96 | #015 No, but we know he's Vector's master since he trained him and other recruits, and we know Vector is in his early 30's, meaning HUNK in probably like 35-40 in RE2. Chris is only 20 something around that time. Besides, the new guy is obviously younger than Leon and Chris
Agreed, but I wouldn't say he's Vector's Master. He was trained by HUNK per request. They have a mutual respect for skills for now. IN RE2, HUNK escapes with no one. He doesn't care about anyone, so why would he partner with somebody and be a mercenary all of a sudden?
"This is war; survival is your responsibility..." http://img849.imageshack.us/img849/205/residentevildarksidechr.jpg
I meant that originally, when Vector got their with the new recruits, HUNK was everyone's master, and then he was interested in Vector specifically. And the game refers to HUNK as his master, that's the main reason I used the term