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Item #: RPC-111

Object Class Gamma

Containment Protocols: [Paragraphs explaining the procedures]

Description: RPC-111 is an aquatic mammalian organism with a similar shape and size to the Admiral Kuznetsov aircraft carrier. All organs within RPC-111 are in the same place as, and operate very similarly to, the corresponding mechanisms aboard the Admiral Kuznetsov. For example, the lungs are in the place of the engine room, and the coal storage is RPC-XXX's stomach. There are also a series of eyes on the composite mast. However, a brain is yet to be found.

There are three vaginal openings on RPC-111's flight deck, corresponding to the number of launch positions on the Admiral Kuznetsov. These orifices produce instances of RPC-111-1.

RPC-111-1 are large flying creatures similar to the Quetzalcoatlus northropi, except they possess the anomalous ability to rapidly project fragments of bone from their fingers. They are also able to fly at speeds close to 1000km/h, and are highly resistant to vvarious forms of trauma.

RPC-111-2 are humanoid entities serving as the crew of RPC-111. An autopsy of one instance revealed that RPC-111-2 are composed mainly of inorganic material and are technically non-living. However, they appear sentient and sapient. RPC-111-2 instances are capable of communication in English, but often speak in a.

Addendum: Interviews with RPC-111-2 Instances:

Interviewed: RPC-111-2-25, "High Priest"

Interviewer: Dr. Yuri Stvuyich

Foreword: [Small passage describing the interview]

<Begin Log, [optional time info]>

Stvuyich: Hello? Anyone there?

RPC-111-2-25: Good day, you stretchy specimen. What brings you to our church?

Stvuyich: Church? Isn't this a ship?

RPC-111-2-25: It is a ship built from a fragment of the Great Mechanic.

Stvuyich: Who?

RPC-111-2-25: Do you not know the Great Mechanic? You look an awful lot like him.

Stvuyich: Is he alive?

RPC-111-2-25: He is, in everything we make.

Stvuyich: No, I mean, is his body alive?

RPC-111-2-25: This is his body. A fragment of it, at least.

RPC-111-2-25: Yes. We created many things.

[Repeat as necessary]

<End Log, [optional time info]>

Closing Statement: [Small summary and passage on what transpired afterward]

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