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Mirra Mirra on the Wall



Registered Phenomena Code: XXXX

Object Class: Alpha-Red

Hazards: Visual Hazard, Sapient Hazard, Meta-Physical Hazard

Containment Protocols: RPC-XXXX is currently held in Yukon, Canada in the storage facility of Site-122. Light reflected off of RPC-XXXX can be blocked through the use of LRD (Light Reflection Denial) Glass. LRD allows for the preventing deteriorated photons from reaching the viewing point of the outer glass. matter can be viewed with echolocation or EMS (Electromagnetic Sensors). Security personnel assigned to RPC-XXXX are equipped with echolocation sensory devices in the visor of the helmet with the glass being made of LRD glass.

Description: RPC-XXXX is a Victorian style mirror, dating back to the 1920's. Embroidered on the back is the company of ███████████ a glass company from the Victorian era. Bodily fluids stain the yellow glass. Golden copper and ruby line the outside of the bronze frame.

RPC-XXXX-1 instances' appearances vary from those who view the object. The only known way to view the instances without viewing the object is through the use of echolocation or EMS from compatible headgear.

The only way to terminate instances of RPC-XXXX-1 is to also terminate the entity who had viewed RPC-XXXX. Whilst instances of RPC-XXXX-1 cannot be terminated with the standard methods but can be temporarily disabled ranging from 2 weeks to 6+ years.

Attempts to damage RPC-XXXX have gone unsuccessful and have resulted in the damage being reflected on whoever attempted the damage towards RPC-XXXX.

Instances of RPC-XXXX-1 return to RPC-XXXX when all entities that have viewed RPC-XXXX for prolonged periods of time have expired or are terminated through other means.

Recovery log

RPC-XXXX was initially recovered from a small town in Yukon, Canada. Found next to the mirror was the corpse of 25-year-old Josh Cotè. cause of death was determined to be acute trauma to the skull. Next to it was a journal describing the deaths of the Cotè family and instances of RPC-XXXX-1's appearance to Cotè as being himself. The remainder of the journal is incoherent but describes his attempt to terminate the instance of RPC-XXXX-1 and destroy RPC-XXXX.


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