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RPC-365 documentation 05/22/2006

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RPC-365

Registered Phenomena Code: 365

Object Class: Alpha-White

Hazard Types: Magnetic, Mechanical

Containment Protocols: RPC-365 is stored in the Site-008 anomalous items research wing, room 46-B. Testing of RPC-365 is limited to personnel of Level 3 or higher.

Individuals who have undergone Caduceus Events are to be transferred to Site-008's medical wing and kept constantly monitored.

Unauthorized access of RPC-365 is to be met with detainment, amnesticization, and possible demotion.

Description: RPC-365 is a modified air displacement plethysmograph (ADP), used to measure body composition.1 RPC-365 is connected to a computer that allows it to function as a standard ADP. In addition to its standard function, RPC-365 is also capable of initializing of anomalous events known as Caduceus Events. During a Caduceus Event, RPC-365's window becomes opaque and the following events occur:

  • High magnetical attraction
  • Increased energy usage
  • Visual warping near RPC-365
  • Induction of headaches to nearby individuals
  • Decreased levels of humidity
  • Increased room temperature

Individuals are capable of entering RPC-365 and resting within a seat inside. Near the seat is an emergency cancellation button, used to stop RPC-365's standard function. Whether this button is functional or not is unknown, as individuals inside are unable to move while RPC-365 is active.

When activated, individuals inside are subjected to a mutation process in which they are transformed into infantile versions of themselves, designated RPC-365-1. It is currently unknown if RPC-365-1 instances retain memories following Caduceus Events, as they are placed into comatose states following their transformation.

Shortly after its discovery and transfer, two Class D personnel were tested with RPC-365 in an event known as Caduceus-PRIME. Details of this event can be found at ▓▚▓▙█▛▉▒▅▖

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