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Let's say you arrive home after a long day's work to find a suspicious note on your desk. It's definitely in your wife's handwriting, but it weirds you out so much you can't sleep at night. Incidentally, she DID mention that she'd "started playing RE again" lately... What could it possibly be?

  • A method for mixing a suspicious, yellowish-brown medicine

    22%

  • A method for mixing a neutralizing serum for Yawn's deadly poison

    24%

  • A method for mixing an herbicide effective against the Monster Plant

    54%

First, let's look at B, "A method for mixing a neutralizing serum for Yawn's deadly poison."

Yawn's poison definitely requires a serum to combat its effects, but there's no need to actually mix such a serum, so this one is wrong.

 

Have a sandwich and think on it for a bit.

 

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Next, let's look at C, "A method for mixing an herbicide effective against the Monster Plant."

The Monster Plant is a powerful foe, but you don't have to mix together the herbicide used to take down the wicked weed. This one's a bust, too!

 

Somebody call for a weed whacker?

 

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Now that we stop and think about it, we've seen these formulae somewhere before! This is the way to manufacture V-JOLT, a medicine used to repel a boss that appears in the original Resident Evil, Plant 42.

So what was the correct answer? A, "A method for mixing a suspicious, yellowish-brown medicine"! (Incidentally, V-JOLT is yellowish-brown in color. Everybody knows that.)

 

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Finally, an answer! Time to put that concern (and your weary bones) to rest...

 

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Correct answer: A
A method for mixing a suspicious, yellowish-brown medicine