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  • D.I.J.
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  • D.I.J.'s diary describes several key events in the game, as witnessed by this mysterious character. If the player pay close attention during these events, it becomes apparent that D.I.J. is actually a rodent. The most obvious evidence of this is when Claire opens up a locker at the Antarctica Facility and it jumps out. Claire and this event are described in detail in the diary. D.I.J. witnessed the following: After all this, D.I.J. escaped the base, leaving "a world of death... and into a world where desire and power ruled."
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  • D.I.J.'s diary describes several key events in the game, as witnessed by this mysterious character. If the player pay close attention during these events, it becomes apparent that D.I.J. is actually a rodent. The most obvious evidence of this is when Claire opens up a locker at the Antarctica Facility and it jumps out. Claire and this event are described in detail in the diary. D.I.J. witnessed the following: * Redfield being taken to her prison cell. * Wesker's soldiers attacking the island. * Alfred attacking Claire. * Wesker and Claire's meeting. * The end of Rockfort Island. * The transport that landed before them, "spilling tons of the t-Virus, turning everything alive into zombies." * D.I.J. getting trapped in a locker and being released by Claire. * Wesker taking Claire outside. * Chris chasing after them. * The fight between Wesker and Chris. After all this, D.I.J. escaped the base, leaving "a world of death... and into a world where desire and power ruled."