The younger sister of S.T.A.R.S Alpha Team member Chris Redfield, Claire was very close to her brother ever since their parents died. She was a college with no real worries until she loses contact with her brother Chris.
Claire grew up with her older brother Chris. In 1994, their parents Mr. and Mrs. Redfield died in a car accident when Claire was 15 while Chris was 21. Eventually, Chris skipped college and joined the USA Air Force while Claire became a university student and developed an interest in motorcycles and motorcycle customization, owning two motorbikes. At this time, she was also known to have many boyfriends but was never exclusive to a single person. Furthermore, she was trained in military combat techniques by Chris, Claire has learned how to handle herself in hand-to-hand combat, lockpicking skills as well as being able to wield a multitude of weapons including combat knives and firearms.
Resident Evil 2
On September 1998, Claire arrives in Raccoon City in search of her brother Chris but finds something much worse. Starting her investigation at a diner, she got cornered by a number of infected. While running from the building, she was aided by Leon S. Kennedy and the two began driving to the Raccoon City Police Department. Due to a zombie-related accident, an explosion separates the pair and they are forced to make the rest of the way there alone and on-foot.
Upon reaching her destination, Claire explores the deserted police station and eventually finds Chris' Diary in the S.T.A.R.S. office, which she reads and finds out that Chris is no longer in Raccoon City, as he went to investigate Umbrella Headquarters in Europe, and asks Claire to forgive him for not informing her as to where he was going. Claire eventually runs into the corrupt Chief Brian Irons, who then attempts to kill her, and Sherry Birkin, the daughter of two important Umbrella researchers, William Birkin, and Annette Birkin. Claire encountered Annette on at least one occasion, during which she accused Claire of being a spy for Umbrella.
As Sherry and Claire looked for a way out of the city, they were stalked by the mutated William Birkin. Whilst inside the sewers, Sherry and Claire were separated, during which time Sherry was found by William and infected with the G-virus. Upon reuniting, Claire attempted to find a cure for Sherry within Umbrella's underground labs. While in the laboratory, Claire ran into Annette one more time, before William arrives and fatally wounds his former wife.
Before dying, Annette gave Claire the instructions for creating the G-virus antidote for Sherry. Claire contacts Leon to take Sherry to an escape train before the lab self-destruct sequence is activated. She manages to create the antidote, and when finished, attempts to flee. However, she was thwarted once again by Birkin, forcing her to fight the monster, Claire then rushed to the train, joined Leon, and successfully administered the vaccine to Sherry. Unfortunately, Birkin, now a gigantic amorphous blob, attacked the train, thus triggering another self-destruct sequence. Claire, Leon, and Sherry escaped moments before the train exploded, destroying William once and for all. Not long after their escape, Leon urged her to leave them and go search for her brother but goes to the neighboring town first to wash off the nightmares she experienced.
Resident Evil Code Veronica X
In Resident Evil Code Veronica X, Claire was a playable character in the first half of the game, and later in the second half of the game, she was replaced with her brother Chris.
3 months later in December 1998, Claire infiltrates Umbrella's Paris facility in France in search of her brother Chris. At some point in her investigation, her presence was detected, and a security team was dispatched along with a military chopper to eliminate her. After evading the security forces, and having narrowly evaded helicopter gunfire, she was ambushed by the team's remainder, and captured by Rodrigo Juan Raval. She was then taken to Rockfort Island to be imprisoned. Upon her arrival, she is knocked unconscious. She later awakens to the sound of explosions and is freed by a wounded Rodrigo. Due to her strong will to survive and to find her brother, she was able to find her way through the island once it had been attacked by an unknown enemy. Another viral outbreak happened on the island. During her attempt to escape, Claire ran into Steve Burnside, another prisoner on the island, and the two eventually joined forces. Soon, after finding out that Umbrella was spying on her brother, she contacted Leon to tell him and to come to get them. During this time, Claire also encountered Alfred Ashford, who insisted that Claire had led enemy forces to the base, and who then released multiple B.O.W.'s to stop her. While trying to escape the island, she met Albert Wesker and deduced his identity shortly after he claimed to be "A ghost coming back to haunt her dear brother" with Wesker also admitting his role in attacking the island, though he didn't anticipate Claire being on the island. Learning of Wesker's hate for her brother, she is nearly killed by him with the initial intention of using her as bait as part of his revenge against Chris, but after being called away by some of his men for other matters, he spared her for a little longer. Before he left, however, he gave her a brief demonstration at his newfound powers. As all of this happened, Claire soon found out about Alexia Ashford and had a supposed run-in with her, only to be saved by Steve, who then shot "Alexia" revealing that it was none other than Alfred. As the 2 found a cargo plane to escape the island, Alfred then sent out a Tyrant (T-103 Model) (model number 078) to deal with the 2 survivors and also had the plane's autopilot redirected sending the two survivors directly to Antarctica. Upon arriving at the base, Claire and Steve found that the entire facility had been infected by the t-Virus. They managed to locate an Australian research base nearby. After having one last showdown with Alfred, she and Steve used a snowmobile to escape the Australian base but were forced to deal with Nosferatu which is their mutated father, Alexander Ashford before leaving. Things seemed fine as the two headed for the base until a dying Alfred managed to awaken the real hibernating Alexia from stasis, who then held them captive.
When Chris arrived at a replica of the Spencer Mansion from the first game, he managed to rescue Claire but was separated from her once again by Alexia. To make matters worse, Claire soon found Steve, who had been infected with the T-Veronica virus, thus causing him to mutate. Claire was forced to escape from the monster, only to be nearly killed by a giant tentacle. Steve suddenly came to his senses and freed Claire, only to be mortally wounded in the process. As he reverted to his human form, he confessed his love to Claire and died by her side.
Though emotionally distraught from what happened to Steve, Claire managed to give Chris instructions for initializing a self-destruct sequence, before eventually reuniting with him. After Chris killed the mutated form of Alexia once and for all, he attempted to escape with Claire, only to be interrupted by Wesker. She also learns of Wesker's men taking Steve's corpse with the intention of extracting an intact T-Veronica Virus sample from his body and ends up disgusted alongside Chris with his intention to experiment on the corpse.
Once their confrontation was over, Chris and Claire evacuate in a harrier determined to bring Umbrella down once and for all as they flew away before the Antarctic facility exploded.
Resident Evil Revelations 2
In Resident Evil Revelations 2 (like her role in Resident Evil Code Veronica X), Claire is a playable character in the first half of the game for four episodes and the second half is Barry Burton, which takes place six months after.
Sometimes in 2011, Claire attends a party at TerraSave headquarters alongside new hire Moira Burton the daughter of Barry Burton. Suddenly a military group attacks the party and abducts Claire, Moira, and her co-workers, and brings them to an abandoned prison facility located on an island. When Claire came in, she finds herself in a prison cell with a cuff monitor attached to her arm. The cell door housing her opened, and Claire quickly found Moira. Together they explored the Island looking for answers while simultaneously fending off attacks from the horrific, mutated inhabitants lurking in the darkness of the facility. At the same time, the woman in charge of the facility, calling herself the Overseer, watched and communicated with them through the speakers on their cuffs, reciting the works of Franz Kafka and directing them through the island.
They manage to escape from Afflicted-infested prison and make their way to a communications tower, where Moira sends a distress message to whoever listening from the outside world. Claire witnesses the whole surroundings while she was at the top of the radio tower, realizing that they ended up on an isolated island. At some point in their entrapment, the two comes across a young girl named Natalia Korda who was an attendant in the TerraSave party.
She and Moira head to the nearby city, hoping to locate any surviving prisoners. Their search leads them to a building named Wossek, where Gabriel Chavez and Pedro Fernandez stay after being ambushed by monsters. Gabriel attempts to stealthy attack Claire but is disarmed before he can attack her. Gabriel explains that he, Pedro, Neil, and Edward were awakened in the forest and Edward ended up being killed. He and Pedro are later separated from Neil during an attack by the Afflicted. The Overseer informs them that they had been injected with a virus beforehand, a virus called the T-Phobos virus which mutates its victims through intense fear.
The TerraSave members formulated a plan to escape the island by an abandoned helicopter. Gabriel decides to repair it while Claire and Moira volunteer to look for items required to fix the helicopter. Alarmed by their attempt to escape, the Overseer sounds a siren, alerting all Afflicted in the vicinity. Pedro, seeing more and more monsters coming after them, can no longer control his fear, eventually mutating into a powerful Afflicted. Claire is forced to bring down Pedro though he merely falls unconscious.
Realizing that the only one who can get them out of the island is Gabriel, the two immediately sets to find him, crossing paths with Natalia along the way. Claire witnesses the helicopter Gabriel repaired before flies in their direction, knowing that they can finally escape the nightmarish island. Her feeling of joy was short-lived as she hears the Overseer calling Gabriel a cheater. The helicopter suddenly spins out of control and crashes to a nearby building. In the confusion, Natalia is abducted by a mysterious man.
Following Natalia's trail, they arrive in Kierling, or as the Overseer calls it, "a place where everything comes to an end". Dodging the Overseer's traps, they make it to the tower, where Claire found Neil's guest book with their names in the guest lists. Claire now finds out that Neil is the true perpetrator behind the assault on TerraSave HQ, and that he sold his comrades to the Overseer. They continue searching for Neil, intended to question his motives until they see him through a security camera. Neil, injected by an Uroboros Virus by the Overseer, now known as Alex Wesker, is actually a double-agent working on behalf of Morgan Lansdale, former general of the disbanded FBC (Federal Bioterrorism Commission). Claire becomes deeply emotional due to her boss's treachery. She later confronts Neil suffering from the virus's rapid mutation and deliriously begging forgiveness from Lansdale before mutating into the Uroboros Tyrant.
Claire manages to defeat the mutated Neil temporarily but is counterattacked by Neil's tentacles. Unable to reach her gun, Moira chooses to overcome her fear of firearms and pick Claire's gun to bring down the Uroboros Tyrant, saving Claire's life. Claire and Moira make their way further into the tower to confront Alex Wesker face to face. They finally see her in person, behind a glass-covered research room where she claims she will surpass her creator Oswell E. Spencer and her fellow Albert Wesker before committing suicide. Her death triggers the tower's self-destruct sequence, forcing Claire and Moira to immediately flee the scene. Moira is later trapped under the tower's rubble while Claire jumps into the ocean below to escape.
Fortunately, Claire was found in the ocean by a BSAA patrol boat passing by. Claire later awakens in the stretcher and is rushed into a hospital. Barry coming to the hospital after hearing the assault on TerraSave HQ asks her what happened to Moira. Claire sadly apologizes about what happened to Moira as she was immediately taken inside the intensive care unit for treatment. Barry becomes upset after what happened to his daughter. In the next six months, he heads to the island to find Moira.
6 months after, Claire in a new appearance, decides that she should aid Barry in his investigation. Armed with a sniper rifle, she arrives in time on a helicopter to save Barry, Moira, and Natalia by shooting the mutated Alex in her vulnerable spot. However Alex is not finished yet and with Barry's aid, she battles the monstrous being. Claire manages to finish her off by shooting her exposed core with an RPG-7.
After the incident, Claire asks Barry what will he do, for the time being, to which Barry chooses to adopt Natalia as his child.
2 years later in 2013, Claire was seen driving an SUV down a highway, heading to the Burton residence with a presence in Canada. She receives a call from a BSAA member who informs her that her brother Chris is in China (dealing with the Lanshiang Bioterror Outbreak in Resident Evil 6). She asks them to tell Piers Nivans to look after Chris before hanging up.
Major Story Arcs
Raccoon City Incident
Late September of 1998 Claire travels to Raccoon City on her motorcycle to investigate her brother's mysterious disappearance. When she arrives she finds the town mostly deserted. When she enters a restaurant she comes face to face with her first T-Virus carrier. She manages to escape the restaurant and comes face to face with Leon Scott Kennedy, a rookie police officer scheduled to start with the Raccoon City Police. Just as the two begin getting acquainted they find themselves separated, both trying to reach the police station. Fighting their way to safety they manage to eventually meet up on the second floor. The two have run into two other survivors and they split up again trying to find a safe way out of the police station that is crawling with zombies, bio-weapons, and to escape the city. Claire is searching for Sherry Birkin, a young girl that is the daughter of two of Umbrella's chief researchers. Eventually, Sherry joins Claire in escaping the station and down into the sewers.
The duo gets separated when a sewer drain opens and sucks the small girl down. There, the unconscious Sherry becomes infected with the G-Virus by her father, William Birkin who himself is a mutated beast after he injected himself with the G-Virus. Claire must race against time to find an antidote to the virus before it can hatch within the little girl. Claire had previously dealt with a creature that hatched from a non-compatible host.
Annette Birkin, Sherry's mother, gives Claire the means to save Sherry just before she dies. Claire injects the young girl with the anti-virus and the two manage to escape the city via an underground train. Leon also escapes on the same train. However the train is attacked by a very mutated William Birkin, no longer even resembling the man he once was, and it triggers the biohazard alarm on the train triggering the train's self-destruct sequence. The trio escape just as the bomb blows the train and all that remains of Birkin.
Sometime later, Claire leaves Sherry in Leon's care and she travels to Europe in search of her brother. A few months later, Claire is captured in Paris after having infiltrated an Umbrella facility in search of information concerning her brother. However, she is transported to the Umbrella prison facility of Rockfort Island by soldiers under the control of Rodrigo Juan Raval, though he later frees Claire during the HCF's (Hive Capture Force) attack upon the island.
Avoiding the hordes of undead, Claire eventually meets Steve Burnside, (a fellow survivor and former inmate), who agrees to help Claire escape from Rockfort. Though apparently disappearing, Burnside later returns to save Claire from a Bandersnatch with the Dual-Gold Lugers he stole from the Ashford residence earlier on.
Claire exchanges a pair of submachineguns for the Lugers, allowing her to access the hidden mansion located on the Island. With access to the Hidden mansion (or Ashford residence) Claire uncovers the secrets of the island and discovers an escape route leading to the Rockfort military air base (though access to the air plane located there required 3 emblems). Upon locating the emblems, Redfield and Burnside race against the clock to avoid the self destruction of the island, eventually escaping via sea plane.
However, a Tyrant smuggles aboard the plane and attacks the pair, forcing the outmatched duo to use a cargo conveyor belt to knock the Tyrant out of the rear landing bay. However, during the conflict the Sea Plane's navigation is altered by an auto-pilot that diverts the survivors to the Umbrella Antarctic base, where Claire is once again forced to escape whilst fighting off hordes of the undead. During the confusion Burnside is abducted by Alexia Ashford and injected with the T-Veronica virus, mutating into an axe-wielding giant intent upon killing Claire.
However, a shred of humanity remains, and Steve sacrifices himself to protect Claire from Alexia Ashford, reverting to his human form before dying. Simultaneous to events at the Antarctic base, Chris Redfield receives a message from Leon warning of his sister's demise. Chris arrives in time to rescue his sister, and he subsequently confronts Alexia Ashford in the bowels of the facility (a confrontation that the mutated madwoman would not survive).
Chris also discovers that the main architect of the rockford attack was none other than Albert Wesker, who was believed to have been killed during the Arklay mansion incident. As can be expected a fist fight ensues, with Claire taking advantage of the situation to prepare a jet aircraft for escape. Separated from Wesker by falling debris, Chris joins his sister and both Redfields escape from the Antarctic base vowing to destroy Umbrella.
Harvardville Airport incident
Claire next resurfaces in the year 2005 as an activist for the organization Terrasave, a charity opposed to the development and sale BOWs (Bio Organic Weapons). In the process of meeting up with a family she has been assigned to, Claire is once again thrust into a B.O.W outbreak when anti-Umbrella terrorist Curtis Miller targets senator Ron Davis who also happens to be present at Harvardville airport.
During the outbreak Claire manages to barricade herself and a little girl (Rani) inside of the airport offices in order to last out until help arrives. Such aid is eventually deployed in the form of Special Agent Leon S Kennedy and S.W.A.T members Angela Miller and Greg Glenn, who rescue Claire and the other survivors from the onslaught of T virus infected staff members (though Glenn fails to escape with the others).
Upon debriefing following the attack it is revealed that Curtis Miller is Angela Miller's brother; a survivor of Raccoon city who seeks revenge against Umbrella, the U.S government and Senator Ron Davis for involvement in the crisis that killed his family. Claire and Leon vow to help Angela uncover the conspiracy concerning Senator Ron Davis and the attack on Harvadville airport.
Claire has long auburn hair tied to a ponytail and blue eyes. Claire's original outfit in Resident Evil 2 consisted of a black short-sleeved, short-legged cycling skinsuit worn under a pink vest with a "Made in Heaven" design on the back (which she gave it to Sherry at the end of the game), pink-colored jean shorts, brown boots, and black riding gloves. Her special outfit in the game consists of a leather jacket and pants with a "Let Me Live" design on the back and a red bandanna. The "Let Me Live" design is also featured on a different outfit in Resident Evil Code Veronica. The "Made in Heaven" design seems to show her connection to Chris who sported this on the back of his special outfit in the first game.
In Darkside Chronicles and Operation Racoon City, Claire has a two-piece suit, her pink vest has an extended collar. She wears blue denim short shorts with a brown side pouch and western-style cowboy boots. She also has rider goggles on her neck. In the former game and Mercenaries 3D, Claire has fingerless gloves, and her jeans have holes in each side.
In Resident Evil Code Veronica, Claire's hair was still tied in a ponytail and her eyes are blue. She wears a red denim vest with a three flame design on the left side, and at the back, it has a "Let me Live" design on her vest, underneath a black short sleeve low cut shirt that bares her midriff, blue jeans with a red belt and brown shoes. She also wears brown fingerless gloves and a pink choker on her neck. Since Code Veronica and onwards, Claire was depicted to have long auburn hair and blue eyes during cutscenes and her outfits were either pink or red.
In the animated film Resident Evil Degeneration, Claire's hair was red instead of auburn. She was dressed casually in an off-white short sleeve button shirt with a dark pink turtleneck shirt, dark khaki pants with a brown belt to her waist, and brown shoes.
In Resident Evil Revelations 2, Claire wears a white long sleeve button-up shirt along with her signature red leather jacket, blue jeans with a matching belt, and black biker boots. She later receives a monitoring bracelet on her left wrist following her co-workers including Moira being captured by the militia led by Alex. She also gains a black nylon utility belt on her waist and a gun holster on her right where she keeps her handgun and knife. Her Island default outfit is later worn by Ali Larter in Resident Evil: The Final Chapter only her jeans appear black instead of blue. Claire later regains her Island default outfit in the animated CGI series, Resident Evil: Infinity Darkness. her red leather jacket is now the same color as her leather jacket in Resident Evil 2 Remake, her belt is now black to match up to her biker boots and her jeans are now medium blue.
At 1 point during Barry's story which takes place 6 months later, Claire's hair was cut short. She wears a red long sleeve v-neck shirt with a black pocket on the left side, a black shoulder holster. However, she maintains her jeans with a matching blue belt and boots as well. She also wears black fingerless gloves, a matching utility belt, and black and orange rider goggles on her neck. She is no longer wearing the monitoring bracelet on her left wrist due to its removal after being treated in the hospital. The outfit that she wears was her Sniper outfit which later becomes playable in Raid mode.
In the epilogue, Claire wears her island default outfit from the beginning of the game, but her hair remains short.
She also wears four DLC costumes in the game which are her Sniper outfit, her classic attire in Resident Evil 2, a cowboy outfit, and her TerraSave outfit. Her cowboy outfit has her wearing a red and black short-sleeved mini collared button plaid top with a ribbon tied at the center that exposes more of her midriff, pale blue denim short shorts with a large white side belt around her waist, and white cowboy boots. She also let her long auburn hair loose while wearing a white cowboy hat. She is accessorized with a large dark blue bracelet on her right that resembles a gauntlet and retains the monitoring bracelet on her left.
In the manga series BIOHAZARD Heavenly Island which takes place after Resident Evil 6, Claire's short hair has grown into a medium length and it was loose. Her outfit is a combination of her film version in Resident Evil: Afterlife and her Sniper outfit in Resident Evil: Revelations 2.
She wears a red leather vest with a white sleeveless loose shirt with a knot tied at the left side on her waist, she maintains her pants, black biker boots and her nylon utility belt from her Sniper outfit in Revelations 2 and her belt is now brown and she no longer wears gloves but only wears a black watch on her left wrist.
Later she wears a similar outfit as the first outfit only her top is replaced with a dark blue tank top, her pants became pale blue and her medium auburn hair is now tied in a ponytail. She later let her hair loose at the end of the manga while wearing a short-sleeved button-up flannel shirt, jeans, and black rider boots when she reported to her brother Chris about the Sonido de Tortuga incident by typing from her laptop.
In Resident Evil 2 Remake, Claire now has smaller and younger features, as well as light brown hair instead of auburn seen in Revelations 2. Instead of wearing her cycling skinsuit in the original Resident Evil 2, she wears a combination between her red vest in CODE: Veronica and her jeans with holsters in Revelations 2. She now wears a red leather jacket with an extended collar, a black tank top with a white undershirt beneath it, indigo jeans with a black belt along with a gun holster on her right leg, and brown biker boots. The "Made in Heaven" logo is now the same color as her jacket and wears a necklace with a sharp knife design. She later gives her jacket to Sherry, and from that part on, wears her tank top and her undershirt beneath it.
Claire is strong-willed and tomboyish, having grown up confident with training from her older brother, Chris. Her bond with her brother is quite strong, as we first see her coming to look for him after he had gone missing from his home in Raccoon City. Immediately after the events of the outbreak, she passionately continues her search, which results in her infiltrating Umbrella's Paris Lab Facility just to find Chris, despite her being only nineteen years old and still in college. In the Resident Evil 2 remake, Claire is more stoic and prone to bursts of swearing and anger as in her interactions with Annette and when she was attacked by Chief Irons. However conversely in the remake Claire does soften up and become affectionate when with Sherry or reuniting with Leon at the fire escape, also despite Claire's initial anger towards Annette, she was forgiving when the latter was dying in front of her and Sherry.
At the end of Revelations 2 during her contact with a BSAA member, she also shows her deep concern towards her brother Chris after being informed that he is in China. She then tells him to let Piers take care of him, her concern for her older brother still coming through. Though Claire cares for her older brother and there are times when the siblings don't get along, as revealed when Moira Burton complains about the times Barry bossed her around, Claire responds "My brother was like that growing up too". In the remake Claire shows how proud she is of Chris as when Irons holds her hostage, Claire threatens the corrupt police chief that her brother is an officer of S.T.A.R.S. Claire later becomes friends with Barry Burton, due to his strong friendship with her brother, and became best friends with his daughter, Moira.
She is initially deeply emotional and having great compassion, being one of the few heroes to display rash and strong emotions ranging from fear, anger, and sadness. Claire was audibly tearful when Elliot was ripped in half in front of her during the Resident Evil 2 remake, apologizing to his corpse for being unable to save him, and in Code: Veronica Claire was tearful when Steve Burnside died in her arms after professing his love. Claire shows her caring nature in her protection of Sherry and Rani and putting their safety above her own. By the time of the attack on Harvardville airport, Claire demonstrates more professionalism and level-headedness when faced with drastic situations. Claire still occasionally allows bursts of emotion to shine through her more adult exterior usually a result of anger at people that mindlessly or selfishly cause harm to others, as seen when Claire slaps and insults Senator Ron Davis for endangering Rani's life. Later in life, Claire became more hardened and serious, shown by her almost never losing her cool in the incident at Sushestovanie Island, only becoming distressed when thinking Moria had been killed and trying to explain the situation to her father Barry in hospital.
When she was younger, Claire showed an interest in biking, she is seen driving her Harley Davidson into Raccoon City though she left the bike after the zombie encounter and meeting Leon. Claire also wore her bike vest with a picture of an angel (goddess) with bombs and the words "Made in Heaven" on the back. Claire gives this vest to Sherry to keep, Claire in the remake claims her jacket is a good charm. This style of wardrobe is likely inherited from her older brother as Chris keeps a jacket with the same insignia by his desk. Years later, Claire seems to have given up on her biking life after joining TerraSave, evident by the epilogue of Revelations 2. She didn't ride a bike to Barry's house but went in an SUV.
Claire is quick to draw opinions on people, whether it be when she feels someone is hiding secrets, or even when someone is wholly untrustworthy (as mentioned when she tries to warn Sherry about her feelings on Derek C. Simmons). Claire in the Resident Evil 2 remake quickly became angry with Annette for her poor treatment of her daughter Sherry and swore at the scientist. Subsequently, she easily establishes connections with people, despite sometimes seeming aloof and sarcastic as she initially treated both Leon S. Kennedy and Steve Burnside. However, in the remake, Claire does lightly flirt with Leon and even joked that the Raccoon City incident would've been "one helluva first date". In Code: Veronica Claire returns the romantic affections Steve gave her after getting to know him. Claire was apparently also very close to Neil Fisher in Revelations 2 and deeply sadden at his betrayal and mutation. Prior to the events of Raccoon, City Claire had multiple boyfriends but was never exclusive to a single person.
Claire tends to more response positively to the young girls she meets, Sherry Birkin, Rani Chawla, and Moira Burton, and becomes protective of them. Claire remained in contact with Sherry (with the approval of Sherry's government handler) and it would seem that even Sherry, Rani, and Claire have all spent time together - or at the very least would like to. Claire seems to act as an inspirational figure to some of the younger girls she meets. Although Sherry follows Leon's footsteps as a government agent, Sherry acknowledges that both Claire and Leon helped her form her personality as someone who does not give up and sees the good in people. At some point, Claire also establishes a connection to Moira Burton, the older daughter of Barry Burton, and is the eventual inspiration for Moira to join TerraSave. Though Sherry demonstrates Claire's knack for occasional sass, Claire, having been one of the very few people she was allowed to interact with within her life.
Like Chris, Jill, Rebecca, and Barry, she dislikes Albert Wesker and later Alex Wesker, known to them as the Overseer, because of Alex's experiments on fear taking the life of her colleagues. In the climax fight against Monster Alex, Claire manages to shoot her with an RPG-7 as instructed by Barry mirroring how her older brother Chris and his partner Sheva Alomar kill Albert with the same weapon as Jill instructs them to use it. She also dislikes other people inflated with Umbrella such as Alfred and Alexia.
Resident Evil: Extinction
Resident Evil: After Life
Claire Redfield (portrayed by Ali Larter) is a survivor of the Global T-Virus outbreak and leader of the human convoy in Resident Evil: Extinction and Resident Evil: Afterlife.
She is the sister of Chris Redfield, a soldier in the United States Army, and was said to be searching for him during the events of Extinction.