Oscar Morales was a mercenary hired by InGen to extract survivors from Isla Nublar following the Jurassic Park Incident, and was one of Billy Yoder‘s teammates. He was also one of the native inhabitants of Isla Nublar who was displaced after InGen leased the island. He and Nima knew each other prior to their encounter in Jurassic Park. He single-handedly killed a Velociraptor in hand-to-claw combat in the service tunnels at Dr. Laura Sorkin‘s outpost and wounded another–the pack’s leader–with a knife.
After averting an explosion in the Park’s geothermal power plant, the survivors found that the controls with which they could escape from the plant were burned out, and the only other controls were on the next level down, now “protected” by the raptors. Oscar volunteered to get to the controls so that the others could escape, but was killed by the raptor to which he wounded earlier.
Little is known about Oscar’s past after he was displaced from Isla Nublar, although it is hinted by Billy Yoder throughout the game that they have known each other for several years. He has a large amount of skulls on his arms hinting at a large mercenary career. He seems to be very well trained with the knife and in stealth.
Oscar Morales was a mercenary hired by InGen to extract survivors from Isla Nublar following the Jurassic Park Incident, and was Billy Yoder’s teammate. He was also one of the native inhabitants of Isla Nublar who was displaced after InGen leased the island to construct Jurassic Park; he and Nima knew each other prior to their encounter in Jurassic Park. He managed to single-handedly kill a <em>Velociraptor</em> with a knife in hand-to-claw combat,but shortly thereafter was killed by the remaining raptors in the pack while ensuring that the others could escape. Dr. Sorkin’s group manage to escape the falling water tower, fleeing into the maintenance tunnels to escape the raptors. Nima, Yoder and Oscar survive the chopper crash, but all of the mercenaries’ weapons are destroyed when the wreckage catches fire. Oscar takes off to scout the area, leaving Yoder to guard the unconscious Nima. When Oscar reaches the field lab, he sees the raptors managing to open to the door to the tunnels, and he follows them inside. Meanwhile, Yoder finds the embryo canister in Nima’s backpack, and when she finally comes to, she is forced to make a deal with Yoder to split the profits from the embryo delivery. A <em>Parasaur</em> runs towards them, followed by the <em>T. rex</em>, forcing them to hide in the tunnels as well. Yoder drops the embryos in the process, and goes back out to get them, even while the <em>T. rex</em> still prowls the area. After retrieving the embryos, he and Nima proceed further into the tunnels, but Nima sees glowing eyes in the dark and refuses to continue on without a better light source than the red emergency lights. As Yoder tries to power up the main lights, Oscar tracks a raptor in another tunnel. He draws his knife and attacks the dinosaur, miraculously managing to kill it in single combat. Afterwards, Yoder and Nima find him and reveal their plan to sell the stolen embyros. Oscar, while hesitant, agrees to go along with it on the condition that he and Yoder complete their original mission to evacuate the other survivors. Meanwhile, Dr. Sorkin reveals to Gerry that she actually put her lysine deficiency cure into the park’s main water supply instead of just the holding pen’s, which will eventually cure all the dinosaurs and eliminate Jurassic Park’s lysine contingency entirely. As the two of them argue over the ethical implications of Dr. Sorkin’s actions, Jess sneaks away with Sorkin’s cigarettes, hoping to have a smoke. A raptor attacks her, forcing her to flee back to Gerry and Sorkin, leading the rest of the raptor pack right to them. They fight the dinosaurs off until the others arrive, with Oscar driving the raptors away by wounding the pack leader with his knife. Soon after, steam jets begin escaping from the nearby valves. Dr. Sorkin explains that this means that the park’s power plant is on the verge of an explosion, and will have to be reset manually before it goes off. Now regrouped, the survivors head to the power plant to reset the main grid. The group work together to get inside the plant, release the built-up steam pressure and reset the system, but the raptors get in just before the plant’s blast doors can fully close, trapping them inside with the dinosaurs. The group heads to the upper level to escape the raptors, but realize that the blast door controls on their level are burned out, meaning someone will have to go back down to the lower level and use the panel there. Oscar volunteers, and manages to hold off the raptors long enough to open the doors before being killed. The rest of the group runs into the boiler room and seal themselves in. However, once inside they find the body of a man covered in what look like a nest. Yoder identifies him as D-Caf, alive but brain-dead from the same poison that affected Nima and Vargas, with dinosaur eggs laid in his abdomen. Sorkin reveals that the dinosaurs responsible were <em><a title=”Troodon” href=”http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Troodon”>Troodon</a></em>, explaining she had been ordered to destroy them after their poisonous bite had been discovered, but couldn’t bring herself to do it, keeping them alive in the quarantine pens for study instead. Angered by Dr. Sorkin’s actions, Yoder grabs her and draws his knife, threatening to kill her.