Agent Kleist





Registered Phenomena Code: XXX

Object Class: Alpha-Yellow

Hazard Types: Mechanical-Hazard, Tychokinetic-Hazard

Containment Protocols: RPC-XXX is to be contained in a Standard Alpha Containment Unit guarded by two ASF personnel at Site-56. Access and/or testing with RPC-XXX requires Level 2 Clearance with the supervision of an assigned Senior Researcher.

Cross-testing of RPC objects must be approved by a Global Director.

Description: RPC-XXX is the collective designation for RPC-XXX-A and RPC-XXX-B.

RPC-XXX-A refers to an indestructible digital touchscreen that doesn't require a power source. It is anomalously attached to a 3 meter x 3 meter x 3 meter imperishable opaque plexiglass booth with a door made out of Titanium alloy (designated as RPC-XXX-B). The screen is always turned on and will display buttons named "Upgrade" and "Downgrade" located at the upper left and right screen respectively, and on the center part of the screen is the "Remodel" button that activates RPC-XXX. Detaching RPC-XXX-A from RPC-XXX-B does not impede RPC-XXX from operating.

To activate RPC-XXX, one must place an object inside RPC-XXX-B, and select any of the desired setting and press "Remodel". During activation, RPC-XXX-B will seal itself until object refinement is finished. Further experimentation with RPC-XXX shows that the value of matter retain. An audible clicking sound indicates that the operation is complete and RPC-XXX-B is unlocked. Observation inside RPC-XXX-B using recording equipment to research how RPC-XXX operates shows that intense light radiates inside RPC-XXX-B with a recorded Anderson Coherency Scale of ███.

RPC-XXX was discovered in a GEAR facility at ██████ during a raid conducted by MST Romeo-7 "Suited Gentlemen", after a GEAR embedded asset contacted the nearest Site-██. Recovered along with RPC-XXX were the blueprints for RPC-XXX and modular steps on how to construct it. However, due to rare and/or unknown esoteric components required to create another instance of RPC-XXX, re-engineering has been suspended by the Research Division.


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