Dr Hectopia





Registered Phenomena Code: XXX

Object Class: Alpha-Orange

Hazard Types: h-mechanical.png

Containment Protocols: RPC-XXX must be stored inside a locker within Site-013's object wing and kept inside its original box whenever not in use. Testing with RPC-XXX is available only to personnel possessing Level 3 clearance or higher. Anything that is produced by RPC-XXX must be tested before being stored in Site-013's object wing. Under no circumstances, should RPC-XXX run out of fuel.

The door that leads into RPC-XXX-2 must be guarded by Security Personnel at all times. Exploration of RPC-XXX-2 is to be done through the use of a drone1. Any subjects found to have been contaminated with an RPC-XXX-3 infection are to be immediately terminated and their corpse disposed of through incineration.

Any instances of RPC-XXX-4 found are to be disposed of through incineration.

Description: RPC-XXX is a standard model of the Witbox 2 printer, bearing no visible differentiation from any other. RPC-XXX is capable of producing an exact replica of an object as long as that object is can fit onto the printing scanner and is not constructed or itself a rare metal. Attempts to reproduce anomalous items have also not been entirely successful.

When an object is printed out by RPC-XXX, there is a 13% chance that the item will possess some sort of anomalous quality. In most cases, these objects are reported to work more efficiently than their non-anomalous counterparts. Any organic objects produced by RPC-XXX are found to be exactly identical to regular foods, but instead described as having the taste of silicone and also being incredibly toxic for digestion.

Whenever RPC-XXX runs out of fuel, it will begin draining any electric current in its vicinity. While at first starting at 5 meters distance, this range will slowly begin to increase if RPC-XXX continues to go without any kind of source for fuel.

Addendum: Test log:

Addendum: Recovery


RPC-XXX-2 discovery:

Interview with RPC-XXX-4:


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