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Registered Phenomena Code: XXX

Object Class: Beta-Purple

Hazards: Sentient Hazard, Grouped Hazard, Self-Replicating Hazard

Containment Protocols: At this moment, RPC-XXX is not contained. However, a network of fake construction work has been set up on the roads leading to RPC-XXX, in order to prevent civilians from entering.

If a civilian is seen entering RPC-XXX, they are to be labeled dead and their families contacted.

Under no circumstances are Authority personnel to interact with RPC-XXX-1 instances.

Description: RPC-XXX is an entity pretending to be the town of ████████, Florida. RPC-XXX has shown signs of sapience, however no sapient activity has been fully concluded. How this entity poses as an entire town is currently unknown, however a comprehensive perimeter of RPC-XXX has been discovered and marked. When Authority personnel attempted to set up fences around/on RPC-XXX, they were quickly consumed by a sinkhole. This has lead to the discovery of RPC-XXX's full size, the full details of which are in a more comprehensive edition of this document, for Level 5 access only.

As of now, RPC-XXX has been documented as a normal town in public record, however Authority efforts to make the town seem as uninviting as possible have been generally successful. RPC-XXX-1 instances, if found attempting to leave the perimeter of RPC-XXX, are not people. The Board would like to remind all personnel that RPC-XXX-1 instances are not people.

RPC-XXX-1 instances are RPC-XXX attempting to lure in humans for presumed consumption. They resemble humans, but in such a way that a normal human can easily see that something is "off". Further testing with RPC-XXX-1 instances is denied, following initial testing into their capabilities.

If someone is to approach an RPC-XXX-1 instance, the instance will attempt to lead them to an abandoned mill in the center of the town. If lured there, the victim will be grabbed and dragged inside, wherein (presumably) RPC-XXX will consume them, and then "sew" them back together to use as an RPC-XXX-1 instance. This has happened approximately 5080 times to date.

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