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  • 'Los Ganados' (Il bestiame in spagnolo) sono i principali nemici di Resident Evil 4. I Ganados sono esseri umani infettati dal parassita Las Plagas. I Ganados possono essere controllati dalla persona in possesso della Plaga Regina, in questo caso Osmund Saddler. La Plaga Regina emette delle onde sonore in grado di impartire degli ordini ai Ganados. Nel gioco sono presenti tre tipi di Ganados: i Contadini (Los Ganados), gli Zealots (Los Illuminados) e i Soldati (Commandos).
  • Le Ganado ("le bétail" en espagnol) était à l'origine un être humain qui fut infecté par le parasite Las Plagas, ce qui ne le distingue que par un caractère agressif et une lueur ardente dans les yeux. Contrairement aux zombies, les Ganados ont conservé quasiment toute leur humanité puisqu'ils sont capables de communiquer entre eux et de se servir d'armes. Grâce à leur intelligence, ils sont également capables de tendre divers pièges pour tuer leurs ennemis.
  • Ganados (Spanish: "Los Ganados", meaning 'the herd/mob' or 'the cattle') were originally humans who became hosts to the mind-controlling Plaga parasite. Unlike zombies, Ganados appear outwardly human and possess much of their intelligence and sentience, being quite capable of speaking and carrying out normal day to day tasks (more complex tasks are beyond them, such as hygiene), but are nonetheless utterly devoted to their master (in the form of Osmund Saddler) who is able to control the lesser Ganados, most likely with the use of high pitched sound waves issuing from his Plaga-derived staff. Though the usage of sound waves is merely a theory, there is no debate that Saddler's body houses the 'Control' Plaga; this is evident in Leon's final battle with the cult leader. Because of Las Plaga
  • Ganados are the main enemies in the 2004 video game: Resident Evil 4. Unlike Zombies, Ganados appear outwardly more human and possess much more intelligence and sentience, being capable of speaking and carry out regular day to day tasks but are under the control of their master: Osmund Saddler, along with others those who control the parasite such as Bitores Mendez and Ramon Salazar. Because of Plaga, Ganados have no fear of death nor injuries and continue to attack the armed Leon Scott Kennedy. Almost all Ganados only really wield melee weapons, it is rare to find Ganados with firearms but if the player do so; the wield rather a Mini Gun or an RPG or man a turret. But if they carry an appropiate weapon, Ganados can throw it, as well as get Dynamite to light and throw it like if it was a G
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  • Ganados are the main enemies in the 2004 video game: Resident Evil 4. Unlike Zombies, Ganados appear outwardly more human and possess much more intelligence and sentience, being capable of speaking and carry out regular day to day tasks but are under the control of their master: Osmund Saddler, along with others those who control the parasite such as Bitores Mendez and Ramon Salazar. Because of Plaga, Ganados have no fear of death nor injuries and continue to attack the armed Leon Scott Kennedy. Almost all Ganados only really wield melee weapons, it is rare to find Ganados with firearms but if the player do so; the wield rather a Mini Gun or an RPG or man a turret. But if they carry an appropiate weapon, Ganados can throw it, as well as get Dynamite to light and throw it like if it was a Grenade. Ganados also possess superhumanly high pain tolerance, managing to take many bullets from a firearm as well as cuts from a combat knife but will eventually die. They are also seen to be strong enough to carry an adult man over with ease, Ganados are also tactically aware and will attempt to surround the player; even attempt to flank and ambush the player sometimes. They are three types of Ganado: Villagers, Cultists and Combantants, they all follow and worship Saddler.
  • 'Los Ganados' (Il bestiame in spagnolo) sono i principali nemici di Resident Evil 4. I Ganados sono esseri umani infettati dal parassita Las Plagas. I Ganados possono essere controllati dalla persona in possesso della Plaga Regina, in questo caso Osmund Saddler. La Plaga Regina emette delle onde sonore in grado di impartire degli ordini ai Ganados. Nel gioco sono presenti tre tipi di Ganados: i Contadini (Los Ganados), gli Zealots (Los Illuminados) e i Soldati (Commandos).
  • Ganados (Spanish: "Los Ganados", meaning 'the herd/mob' or 'the cattle') were originally humans who became hosts to the mind-controlling Plaga parasite. Unlike zombies, Ganados appear outwardly human and possess much of their intelligence and sentience, being quite capable of speaking and carrying out normal day to day tasks (more complex tasks are beyond them, such as hygiene), but are nonetheless utterly devoted to their master (in the form of Osmund Saddler) who is able to control the lesser Ganados, most likely with the use of high pitched sound waves issuing from his Plaga-derived staff. Though the usage of sound waves is merely a theory, there is no debate that Saddler's body houses the 'Control' Plaga; this is evident in Leon's final battle with the cult leader. Because of Las Plagas, Ganados have little (if any) fear of death or injury as can be seen by their continued attacking of an armed agent with often little more than melee weapons despite the high chance of being killed in any encounter, though some will carry shields, wear masks, or wear armor to protect themselves from Leon's gunshots. Almost all Ganados carry melee weapons, such as knives and axes. If a Ganado is carrying an appropriate weapon, they will sometimes attempt to throw the weapon at their target. Ganado armed with firearms are very rarely encountered. However, some Ganados do carry dynamite, which they will light and throw at their target, using it much like a grenade. Although marginally less durable than the zombies, injuries which would severely injure or cripple a normal human do little more than annoy a Ganado due to their super-humanly high pain tolerance. They are seen to be strong enough to throw an adult man over their head with ease, Ganados are also somewhat tactically aware and will attempt to surround the player, form layered attacking patterns with ranged attackers being defended by the melee attackers, and even attempt to flank or ambush the player by creeping around cover to attack from behind. All Ganados carry a Plaga organism within them. When a Ganado is injured or killed, a Plaga may manifest from the Ganado's neck, controlling the host body directly until it is itself killed. There are three main types of Ganados found in the game, all members of Los Iluminados cult sworn to Osmund Saddler. These are in order of appearance: The Villagers, the monk-like Cultists and the Combatants of Saddler's private militia. Plaga-infected humans appeared during the Eastern Slav civil war, which were also referred to as "Ganados", though in many ways, they more closely resembled the Majini.
  • Le Ganado ("le bétail" en espagnol) était à l'origine un être humain qui fut infecté par le parasite Las Plagas, ce qui ne le distingue que par un caractère agressif et une lueur ardente dans les yeux. Contrairement aux zombies, les Ganados ont conservé quasiment toute leur humanité puisqu'ils sont capables de communiquer entre eux et de se servir d'armes. Grâce à leur intelligence, ils sont également capables de tendre divers pièges pour tuer leurs ennemis. Les Ganados peuvent résister à plusieurs coups de fusil et peuvent manier, voire lancer plusieurs types d'armes. Dans la nuit, des parasites peuvent sortir de leur tête en la faisant exploser. Il existe, en tout, trois types de Ganados :
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