Albert Wesker is known for his ruthlessness, sadism, and evil. But there is one skeleton in his closet that has remained concealed... until now. Dryden Ainsley Wesker is Wesker's adopted son, one who has inherited all the genetic advantages of the T-virus, including psionic abilities and telekinesis. Together, this father-son tandem wreaks havoc on what is left of humanity, in an attempt to corral whatever power the Umbrella Corporation has left. Using the T-virus, they resurrect Percival Spence Parks, a former security operative of the Umbrella Corporation, to lead the remaining forces in a war against Alice Abernathy and her allies. However, once the secret of Wesker's powerful ally is revealed, all his plans may come to naught. For Dryden Ainsley Wesker is, in reality, Dryden Ainsley Abernathy-Parks, the only son of Alice Abernathy and Percival Spence Parks.
Chapter One: Rebirth
Albert Wesker was a winner.
Ever since he was small, he loathed having to lose, and this stuck with him throughout his life. Even as he got a job in the Umbrella Corporation seven years ago as an executive researcher, Wesker wanted nothing but to win. Although the pay was good - excellent, even - Wesker knew there was one position that held more power than anything else in the corporation, and he was determined to get it. After years of plotting and ass-kissing, Wesker finally won the top prize and was granted the position of chairman of the corporation.
Life was grand, until someone screwed up.
Even as he maneuvered the airplane away from the exploding Tokyo base, Wesker's mind flew back to the incident in the Hive. One of the company's security operatives, Percival Spence Parks, had released the highly dangerous T-virus in an attempt to cover the theft of the rest of the samples. Apparently the lovesick fool had decided to sell the samples in order to make himself and his "wife" rich.
Now the world had turned upside-down, but Wesker was determined to come out on top.
From the corner of his eye he saw three women, all clad in black leather suits, watch him from the helipad of the Tokyo base. Wesker smirked and turned his attention back to the sky. He was about to lift the headpiece when he felt the cold steel of a gun barrel press against his head.
Wesker turned. Alice Abernathy, a former security operative of the corporation - and the love of Spence Parks' life (Wesker sneered at the thought) - was looking at him like an insignificant bug.
"Any last words?" she hissed, clicking the safety of her gun off.
Quick as lightning, Wesker withdrew the syringe from his coat pocket and stuck it in her neck, ejecting the entire contents into her bloodstream. Alice's eyes bugged in surprise and she gasped, as the serum quickly made its way throughout her body.
As she sank to the floor, Wesker switched the plane to auto-pilot, took out his Glock, and stood up, facing her.
"How nice to finally meet the real you," he said calmly, watching her spasm and writhe on the floor. "Hurts, doesn't it? Well, that's just the start of the bad news. All those powers of yours, speed, strength, accelerated healing...well, you can kiss all of those good-bye."
"What have you done?" Alice choked out, holding a hand against the small wound on her neck and staring up at him.
Wesker blinked from behind his sunglasses. "The serum I've injected you with is neutralizing the T cells within your body. Put simply, the Umbrella Corporation is taking back its property. You just didn't work out, so you're being recalled."
With a satisfied smile on his face, Wesker prepared to fire.
Alice struggled to remain calm, but panic was seeping into her very bones. Wesker had a gun to her head - how inconvenient - and now her powers were slowly ebbing away. She wasn't panicking due to the sudden loss of her powers, but because she was unarmed.
No matter. If she couldn't shoot her way out of the situation, she could certainly talk her way out of it.
Seconds before Wesker could pull the trigger, Alice said softly: "Please wait."
Wesker stilled, studying her. "Last words?"
Bastard, Alice thought.
"Thank you," Alice told him.
Confusion registered on Wesker's face, but it disappeared after an instant.
"For killing you?"
Alice shook her head, noticing that the airplane was a few instances away from crashing onto a mountaintop. "For making me human again."
Alice turned to look at the mountaintop, and Wesker followed her gaze. Quickly realizing that they were about to crash, Wesker made a mad dash for the controls.
Alice used those precious seconds to open the airplane door and jump out.
As the wind whooshed past her ears, she heard the resounding boom of an explosion above her. She twisted her head and saw the orange and black cloud against the mountains (Mount Fiji? Alice wondered). Her eyes searched the immediate area and to her horror, saw a small black speck against the bright blue sky.
Wesker had survived.
Alice turned her head towards the ground, which was fast approaching. She noticed a small copse of trees and clapped her arms to her sides, making her as straight as a surfboard. She immediately "flew" towards the trees, which allowed her a somewhat soft landing as she grabbed hold of one of the branches, finally stopping her descent.
Once she had safely reached the ground, Alice searched the skies again.
Although the Tokyo base was now unoperational, Wesker was still alive. No matter.
There was still the issue of Arcadia to attend to.
Author's Note: I have taken certain liberties with this fan fiction, so do not complain if some facts/information are not consistent with the movie OR the video game. Reviews are very much welcome. :)