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I think Sherry's going to remind Jake a lot of his mother and the care she gave him, This brings up the relation between Dante and Trish. of William Birkin is going to cause some tension between her and Jake. .. Thank you for 'watching' DD-Catalogue, and for all your support over the last 4 years. I'm calling it now: Jake and Sherry fall in love Resident Evil 6 I'm also calling it now: Ada/Carla dies and Helena has to help Leon overcome his The children of the fated enemies Wesker and Birkin destined to fall in love. A new video from Capcom shows the relationship between Jae Muller, the son of Albert Wesker, and Sherry Birkin, from Resident Evil 2.
Jake is remarkably not sexist or demeaning towards her for being a girl. He, and through him the game, acknowledges everything that Sherry contributes to the adventure, and how Jake wouldn't have survived without her.Resident Evil 6: Jake and Sherry Locker Room Cutscene
So I wanted to flip the tables a bit, having Jake be the Distressed Dude with Sherry riding in to the rescue. I did my best to keep them IC throughout, of course, but you'll have to be the judge of how I did Chapter 1: Therefore, Jake had never really let himself consider the possibility of how it might happen before. What was the point? He thought that, if he had, freezing to death would have been low on the list. Edonia could be cold in the winter, but there was usually shelter to be found, and he knew his way around city streets.
This was a snowstorm.
This was a blizzard, and Jake could barely see a foot in front of his face. And Sherry was gone. Looking for her had probably only gotten him more lost. Now, however, all was quiet, except for the howling of the wind and the whisper of the snow.
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He forced himself to keep walking, step after step, even as he shivered violently and felt important bits of him going numb with cold. If he could just get to it, he could warm up, get some feeling back in his fingers, and regroup before going out and looking for Sherry again.
She was probably okay, though. She was probably miserable and even more hopelessly lost that he was, but she was probably okay. Jake found himself cheered by the thought. It had been stupid enough to lose her. Jake sucked in a breath through frozen lungs to try again. He had to find her and drag her to safety.
The response to his cry was a red light, lancing through the darkness, skittering across the snow and up his body to settle on his chest. Jake attributed his delay in leaping out of the way to the cold in his legs.
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The shot rang out just as he hit the snow rolling. The bullet sent up a spray of snow, which mingled with the blizzard to briefly cut visibility even further. Jake tried to think quickly. Everything had been moving too quickly for him to tell which way the bullet had come from, and in this sort of environment, the firing of the gun had echoed too much for him to use that either. Getting back up would only make him a target, so Jake stayed flat, and tried not to breathe, and kept his eyes on the snow around him for any sign of the red light of a sniper taking aim.
Seconds ticked by, and then minutes. They were probably right. It was that, or freeze. Sherry and Jake manage to bail out, however, as they near the ground, a piece of the helicopter tears through their parachute, causing them to fall.
Jake and a mortally wounded Sherry lie on the snow-covered mountainside. Sherry had shielded Jake from a large fragment of the destroyed helicopter, which is now lodged in her torso. Jake removes the massive steel hunk from her expecting the worst, yet to his astonishment, her wounds heal right before his eyes.
Stranded, the pair seeks refuge from the elements in an empty cottage.
Resident Evil 6, Jake and Sherry... possible new romance in RE games?
Safe inside, Sherry proceeds to tell Jake about the Raccoon City incident where her father had injected her with a new kind of virus—the source of her remarkable healing ability. The two realize they share a bond, as each of them carries a unique burden, setting them apart from normal people, and it brings the two of them closer together.
The tranquil of this interlude is soon broken by an attack from Neo-Umbrella. Shaking off an assault by J'avo and running from the ever-persistent Ustanak, Jake and Sherry somehow manage to make their way through the frozen landscape and reach the Edonian border. Here, too, they are surrounded by Neo-Umbrella and captured.
The mysterious woman that had distributed the C-Virus to Jake's mercenary group, suddenly appears before their eyes. She tells Jake about Albert Wesker, a man who had nearly destroyed the world and, according to her, is also Jake's father.
Following the chase through the snow-covered mountains of Edonia, Jake and Sherry are abducted by Neo-Umbrella and taken to a facility in China. Here, they are subjected to test after test, day in and day out, for a grueling six months.
One day Jake finds an opportunity to break free, and after eluding his captors manages to shut down the facility's power before making a run for it. Noticing the power-outage, Sherry also seizes upon this opportunity to escape from her room. After some commotion, the two are finally reunited; however, in contrast to Sherry's joy, Jake is brooding, harboring anger over thoughts of his father, Albert Wesker. Jake feels cheated by life, having been cursed with his father's blood.
Sherry admonishes Jake's sulking, arguing that how he lives is not up to his father's legacy, but up to him. To this, Jake has no reply. Making contact with the U. Breaking through wave after wave of J'avo, Jake and Sherry find a motorcycle and make a daring escape from the facility. Desperately making their escape through the heart of the bioterror attack in China, Jake and Sherry are eventually surrounded by Neo-Umbrella's forces.
However, under strict orders to avoid contact with others, Sherry and Jake part ways with Chris without so much as a word. On the run once more, Sherry and Jake witness a U. When they arrive at the site of the crash, they find Leon Kennedy, who—years ago—had saved Sherry's life.
Leon informs Sherry that Derek Simmons, her superior, is in fact the man behind the bioterror outbreak. Having made plans to rendezvous with Simmons but now unsure of if she can trust him, Sherry tells Leon where Simmons is and agrees to meet with Leon again at her rendezvous point. After arriving there, Sherry finds Leon and Helena facing off against Simmons. Simmons readily admits that he indeed is behind the outbreak, but claims that it was in order to maintain both U.
Simmons then orders his guards to shoot Leon and Helena. Having a personal score to settle with Simmons, Leon and Helena urge Sherry and Jake to escape, offering them cover.