Understand the story Resident Evil Village, You need to be familiar with some key concepts. Unfortunately, if you miss the opportunity to collect clues early, some of the later game revelations may appear to be a bit out of touch.For example, many players seem to be gift Yes.
Before we start, please think about your Spoiler warning for Resident Evil Village.This article mainly focuses on Knowledge and background story Not the events of the game itself, but if you want to get into the game completely fresh, please don’t continue reading.
Resident Evil Village: What is Kadu?
This gift Get a lot of references at the end of the game, which seems strange considering that they only have a few real screen appearances:
This is a biological-looking gum in a jar. So far, such a “Resident Evil” environmental dressing, right?
Well, it turns out that you actually frequent Cadou in the countryside. You may not realize it yet.
in short: Gift parasite You may have noticed that a lot of mutations suddenly appeared in the population of this nominal village, and this is the cause of these mutations.
Although the Cadou parasite has no official connection with the t virus (as far as we know it), its basic function is roughly the same as the various viral agents that start many classic Resi game plots.
In add ition, “cadou” means “gift” in Romanian (via the French word “cadeau”). This is not only interesting from a trivial point of view, but because it gives us a glimpse of the way of thinking of the character that caused the Kadu parasite to multiply.
But to really solve this problem, you may need a longer answer.
Once again, it’s very clear: spoilers.
As you might expect, the responsibility for creating the Cadou parasite lies with the main villain of the game: Mir Miranda.
She discovered that the fungal root she dubbed “Megamycete” seemed to be lucky (anyway, from her perspective). However, she conducted extensive experiments-involving extracting mold samples from fungi and eventually splicing them with parasitic nematodes to form genetically engineered organisms-apparently intentionally.
As you might have guessed, these genetically engineered organisms are Kadu parasites. Introducing them into human subjects in this way seems to have a higher survival rate, which is why so many people in the village have some very unusual mutation characteristics beyond the usual rigidity. It is not clear why the strangest and most controllable of these variations seem to favor the nobles above the vile residents of the village.
In addition-although it is called “Mutamycete” in the English version of “Resident Evil 7”, it seems that the unspliced mold is the same as Ethan and Mia’s grief in Louisiana. In fact, this implies that this may be the original basic form of almost all the annoying biological weapons in the entire series… but it may be the story of “Resident Evil 9”.
Therefore, you have mastered the long history of Cadou. You don’t actually need to complete any games to know any of them, but if you’re not sure what’s going on, then hope this can solve some problems for you.
For more information about “Resident Evil Village”, please check out our review.
Or, you can start with part 1 of our “Resident Evil Village” walkthrough.
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