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The G-virus (short for "God virus") was a powerful virus developed by Dr. William Birkin with potential surpassing that of the t-virus. Its main function was the creation of "G-Creatures", a new life form designed for use as a B.O.W. (Bio Organic Weapon) that could breed through sex. However, at some point during its development, its focus turned to its potential for creating "G-Humans", a superior human race. Following its recovery from Raccoon City, it fell into the hands of several organizations.

Ada Wong (alias; real name unknown) was a Chinese-American spy with exceptional physical abilities, stalwart heart and composed mind capable of coping with severe situations and handling even the most difficult requests without fault. She had her own "true purpose" and often betrayed organizations and clients in order to achieve it. This true purpose is still unknown and whether she truly cared for anyone or simply used her charms to manipulate people was never clear. She acted secretly in the background of many biohazard incidents and collected information which became useful to several organizations, while at the same time operating to undermine them.

Wesker's Extra Report is the third chronicle narrated by Albert Wesker which details the back-story behind the "Umbrella's End" scenario in BIOHAZARD UMBRELLA CHRONICLES. It was first released with the "Expert Package" of the game. It was released again in the BIOHAZARD archives II book.

Jill Valentine was a former United States Army soldier, former officer of S.T.A.R.S. (Special Tactics and Rescue Service) and a founding agent of the BSAA (Bioterrorism Security Assessment Alliance).

She was a bomb disposal expert skilled with her fingers who also excelled in lock-picking and disarming traps, with general knowledge on chemical and drug related matters. She was a serious woman with very strong senses of justice and responsibility and would question without hesitation to the point of absurdity, holding on for the sake of the truth even if she were denied it.