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nonny you are very sweet if a little confused. Project Blackwater is part of my Resident Evil AU, a highly classified project/agency that’s part of the CIA. It was originally created to control public knowledge about the Raccoon City virus outbreak, as in this AU the government and Umbrella, working together, successfully cover up everything that happened in Raccoon, both the viral zombie outbreak and the government issued nuke that destroyed the city. A fair section of Blackwater agents functioned in that capacity even after the destruction of Racoon City, staffing the governmental facility built on and around the irradiated remains of the city. However, it also employed a number of field agents, tasked with dealing with outbreaks of other biological weapons both inside and outside the country and securing viral research for the US, though many of its agents don’t know the second half of that. It’s a project that runs on layer upon layer of secrecy, deception, and manipulation and isn’t above fucking over its own people in order to further its goals. As survivors of Raccoon City, Leon and Claire both end up working for Blackwater as field agents, mostly so the government/Umbrella can keep an eye on them and make sure they don’t spill knowledge of what actually happened in Raccoon City.

there’s so much here and I’m not sure how much of it I want to say now?? Blackwater is so fucked up and, actively and on purpose, fuck over Claire and Leon so many times. also I didn’t realize until after I named them but it’s fitting that Blackwater works with Umbrella.

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This is dangerous because I can and will talk about Resident Evil and my Resi AU, Inextricable, for ever and ever. But like! Inextricable gives me so many feelings is such a good way. And I’ve been thinking about the sorta overall themes and such after I recently replotted a fair bit of it to incorporate RE3make stuff (god I love Jill, I’m so gay for Jill) and posted the first two chapters and like. Inextricable, at its core, I think, is about what we owe to each other vs. what we owe to ourselves. And I don’t have a good answer to that, and I don’t think there is a good answer. Leon is willing to do anything to save another person, and in the end that comes close to wrecking him entirely, but it also saves people, many times over. And Claire wants to help, but often her first instinct is to look after herself, and she fights with herself over and over about what she’s supposed to do, especially when people she cares about are in danger. And then Sherry and Jill sorta end up as foils to Leon and Claire, as what those look like pushed a little bit more to the extreme. And the whole thing is messy as hell, but god I’m reveling in the messiness. Life is messy! But of course in the end everyone ends up as one weird found family and Leon is forced to take care of himself for once and everyone gets to heal from trauma and Umbrella gets taken down for good and the events of RE6 never happen because god I hate that game.

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Es ist schade, dass du gegangen bist, aber wir werden an dich denken und die Erinnungen in Ehren halten. Wir hoffen, dass du nun von allen Qualen erlöst bist und keine Schmerzen mehr hast.


In Gedenken an Resi ❤ † 16.08.2020

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