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Lisa Trevor was a human test subject forced to undergo a plethora of heinous biological experiments conducted by the nefarious Umbrella Corporation. The side-effects of the experiments have mutated Lisa into a monstrous abomination.

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Background:

Lisa was born around 1953.  Her parents were George (father), and Jessica (mother).  Oswell E. Spencer hired George to design a special mansion complex for him in the Arklay Mountains, which would also host a secret underground laboratory. Spencer became paranoid and wary that George would someday leak the mansion's secrets to the public, and ordered his henchmen to apprehend and execute him. Rather than being exterminated, George was thrown into a secret location of the mansion, and endured a slow and lonely demise.

Lisa and Jessica were kidnapped by Spencer's henchman, and used as human test subjects for the Progenitor VirusLisa was administered the Type-B variation of the virus, while her mother was administered with Type-A. Lisa's body didn't begin to exhibit signs of mutation and absorb the virus. Over a period of time, under observation, both Lisa's mental and physical state were grotesquely altered.

Documentations suggest that Umbrella killed Jessica shortly after she was given the Progenitor virus because she displayed no reaction to the treatment. In order to pacify Lisa, who had been separated from her mother during their imprisonment, Umbrella sent in staffers who had been disguised as Lisa's parents to provide her with a sense of security.  Lisa was able to recognize them as impostors and violently killed them. Umbrella made repeated attempts to subdue Lisa. All attempts failed when she ripped off their faces and attaching them to her own body for safe-keeping. The increasingly mentally unstable and lonely Lisa grew obsessed with finding her true mother so that she could "give her back her face". Lisa was able to find the secret tomb of her mother, built under the Spencer estate in an altar. While she was able to recognize the scent of her mother, she was unable to open the stone coffin and "reunite" with her.

Even after her mother's death, Lisa continued to serve as a test subject for even more biological experiments. Lisa was able to survive all of their tests, regardless of the potency of the implanted virus or parasite. This uncanny immunity earned the attention of Umbrella Corporation researchers, Albert Wesker and William Birkin, who injected their guinea pig with a specimen of the NE-α Parasite. To their astonishment, Lisa also managed to absorb it and adapt its powers into her system. Ultimately, this was a major breakthrough for the Umbrella Corporation, that would later go on to play a pivotal role in the engineering of the G-Virus.

After the G-Virus was extracted from Lisa, the Umbrella Corporation lost interest in her. As time passed, Lisa's mutations and loneliness lead her to become increasingly violent. She brutally assaulted and killed three lab researchers. As Lisa was now seen a vestigial threat, Umbrella called for Lisa's destruction. Sometime in 1995, Lisa was supposedly slain in an undisclosed area of Spencer's estate. Little did the Umbrella Corporation realize, the myriad of experiments conducted on Lisa had left her impervious to almost all forms of physical battery, rendering her immune to all gunfire, to the extent an anti-tank missile had little to no effect on her aside from swatting her against a wall. Even with her death confirmed after three days of monitoring her vital signs, she was able to regain her life some time after being dumped in an unknown location. Lisa would go on lurking through the catacombs of Spencer's estate, secretly taking residency under a neglected, dilapidated cabin in the Courtyard.

During the 1998 Arklay Mountains Incident, various members of Raccoon City's Special Tactics And Rescue Service (S.T.A.R.S.) encountered Lisa while seeking refuge in the estate during their search for their Bravo Team. After Jill Valentine solved the puzzle of Trevor's crypt, Jessica Trevor's skeleton was finally exposed. Lisa suddenly became emotionally crazed. "Mo...th...er." After a bizarre display of closure, Lisa jumped into the abyss surrounding the altar.

Shortly after his revival and while escaping, Albert Wesker met Lisa in the Laboratory, next to an elevator. But yet again, due to her regenerative abilities, she managed to awaken shortly after the elevator went up with Wesker in it.

Later, Wesker met her again. Knowing he had mere minutes left to evacuate before the Mansion's auto-destruct sequence finished its countdown, he counted a fight with Lisa as a non-priority, and so looked for another way out. After failing to escape her, he resorted to fight her back, knocking her out again, and abandoned her. She then managed to find him by heading to the Main Hall. After the final battle, she was crushed by a chandelier while Wesker escaped, and was killed for good when the mansion exploded due to the self destruct sequence set off by Rebecca Chambers.

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Umbrella Archive:

Lisa Trevor was imprisoned for nearly 30 years in the mansion and subjected to continual experiments that transfigured her into a monster. Numerous viral experiments made her immune to death itself and soon led Birkin to the discovery of the G-virus. Lisa has the disturbing habit of peeling faces from her victims and placing them over her own. There were repeated attempts to dispose of her, but they all failed. She was eventually bound and left to wander the halls of the mansion.

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