Jill Valentine is the toughest woman in Resident Evil, if not in gaming all together. One of the most popular characters in the series, she has seen a lot of action when it comes to fighting zombies and other bio-engineered weapons. Just in the main series, she survived the original mansion incident, as well as the Raccoon City outbreak, and the events in Africa that took place in the fifth iteration. Jill was crucial to the game’s mythos in that she was a large player in the fall of Umbrella Corp., in particular when she infiltrated the Umbrella Facility in Russia. She has gone toe to toe with one of the baddest villains in the series, Nemesis, and lived to tell the tale-something not many STARS members can claim. Jill even survived being infected with the T-Virus, giving her immunity to the numerous parasites and viruses that would come later.
The original woman of the series, Jill made her debut in 1996’s “Resident Evil” for the Playstation and Sega Saturn. Known as “the master of unlocking,” Jill quickly proved to gamers that she was a genuinely amazing character with her skill to pick locks(avoiding the need to use “small keys,” something the other playable character, Chris, must do) as well as her ability to slay zombies with the best of them. She would go on to star in Resident Evil 3, and would make appearances in Umbrella Chronicles and Resident Evil 5. Jill’s character is responsible for a long running joke in Capcom games, due to Barry remarking in the first game that she was “almost a Jill sandwich” after saving her from a collapsing ceiling.
Jill is well known for her iconic outfits, whether they are her STARS uniform she wears in the first game, complete with her legendary beret, or her tube top mini skirt combo she donned in the third game (that can’t be a very practical outfit for fighting hordes of the undead.) At any rate, Jill is and tough, sexy character that helped define what survival horror babes are today.
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