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ATTENTION SITE-255 PERSONNEL

Any sightings of RPC-866 are to be reported IMMEDIATELY. All Site-255 personnel are to access RPC-866 file for necessary information. Expect emergency protocols to intervene in work hours. Research · Protect · Contain


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Photo taken by ASF Unit Dudley ███ while being in an 866-Event.

Item #: RPC-866

Object Class: Gamma

Containment Protocols: Red coloring on any object or structure inside Site-255 is stricly forbidden. Reports of 866-Events must be reported at all times. If any personnel encounter a 866-Event, personnel must follow these instructions:

  • Remain calm and stay in the current location.
  • Wait until adequate operatives enter the location. This can span for various hours.
  • Do not interact with the enviroment.

MSF Team Romeo-55 "Forbidden Colors" is to be dispatched at any 866-Event possible. ASF Forces must be on patrol at all times.

Description: RPC-866 is a phenomenon affecting shifts in Site-255. RPC-866 can modify announcements, attention notes and even e-mails concerning Site-255's timetables. RPC-866 appears to choose individual subjects, as RPC-866 hasn't modified time schedules affecting various personnel. RPC-866 incidents are heavily related to the color red, as many anomalies caused by RPC-866 contain such color in some way1. RPC-866 will modify the shift by intentionally isolating the subject (This event is designated 866-Event.), and affecting all personnel responisble for scheludes with an antimemetic effect. This effect causes the personnel to ignore anomalies in the timetables. Personnel will describe the 866-Event as uneventful and "Going on as intended".

Subjects have limited capabilities of communication, as RPC-866 blocks them from interacting with other personnel via reality-bending, antimemes and modifying patrol scheludes. Subjects instances can interact with non-affected personnel via electromagnetic communication2, but said communications are heavily distorted, with constant cut-out. This also applies to photographs. 866-Events aprox. last 2 hours, though the longest 866-Event has been 6 hours, 3 minutes, and the shortest being 20 minutes.


866-EVENT REPORT LOGS:

- Report Log 866-1

Subject: Janitor Nedelko Novak

866-Event: Nedelko Novak was the first subject of RPC-866. Novak did not report in to a cleaning problem after an accident in Lab Site-17. Timetables in Nedelko Novak's schelude contained an "Employee Meeting in Wing-B Nº47"3 at 5:30pm, which does not exist. The hour was underlined in red marker. Janitor Nedelko Novak current location is still unknown.

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Photo of the Test Room closet in the 866-Event.

- Report Log 866-2

Subject: Head Researcher Olivia Córdoba

866-Event: Olivia Córdoba was situated in the Test Room of RPC-███. Olivia did not leave the Test Room for Lunch Break, which made other personnel suspicious. ASF forces could not barge into the Test Room by any means, ASF Units in the lower sections of RPC-███'s chamber reported intense, red lights coming from the Observation windows. Said windows were partially covered in an unidentified red substance. After the 866-Event, the Test Room closet was found open, containing only a broken electronic device. The room was found covered in blood, 5% belonging to Olivia Córdoba and ~95% unidentified non-human blood.

- Report Log 866-3

Subject: ASF Unit Tane Sheridan

866-Event: Tane Sheridan was assinged to a "Site-Wing F Patrol"4 at 5:00am in his night shift. Said "Site-Wing F" had replaced Site-Wing E, with the personnel of said wing suddenly dissapearing. The entrance of Site-Wing E were sealed shut after Tane Sheridan accessed Site-Wing F. After 3 hours, all doors to Site-Wing E opened. Personnel inside Site-Wing E reported the doors to other Wings not opening, and windows being clouded by red substances. Broadcasting stations in Site-Wing E reported transmissions being extremely distorted and blocking communications. Tane Sheridan's body is currently missing... And you're next.

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Image taken from Anton G. Delgado's transmission.

- Report Log 866-4

Subject: Autopsist Surgeon Anton G. Delgado

866-Event: Anton G. Delgado was assigned with conducting the autopsy of a possibly-anomalous deceased individual found in █████████, Hungary. This assignment was changed by RPC-866, the description of the assignment was extremely vague, only stating that "Anton G. Delgado is wanted for humanoid autopsy. Use digestive tracts.". After Anton G. Delgado arrived at the designated Autopsy Room (Site-255 Autposy Room Nº██), the Autopsy Room doors suddenly closed, which alerted ASF patrols nearby. ASF patrols were unable to breach in, or communicate through the doors. At the same time, devices recording the autopsy were activated by Anton G. Delgado. Personnel were unable to communicate with Anton D. Delgado.

The following is an abreviation of the recording:

Anton G. Delgado turns on the recording device. Heavy static causes the video to be barely visible.
COMPLETE THE RITUAL
Anton G. Delgado prepares to insert the camera into an unidentified, caucasian individual. Individual appears to not possess eyes and shows signs of decomposition.
OF THE RED EYE
The camera enters the body via the mouth. The interior of the body is notably more red than common decomposed bodies.
THE STARS ARE RIGHT
Camera passes through oesophagus, before making an unusual 90º degree turn before the camera can enter the stomach.
ALL MUST BE DONE FOR THE RED EYE
An eye can be seen in the unknown tract. The iris of the eye is completely red. This is the only section of the recording not containing static.
FOR THE GOD WHO SEES ALL AND DEVOURS ALL
Transmission ends.

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[[ERROR].

- Report Log 866-[ERROR]

Subject: Autopsist Surgeon Anton G. Delgado

866-Event: Anton G. Delgado was assigned with conducting the autopsy of a possibly-anomalous deceased individual found in █████████, Hungary. This assignment was changed by RPC-866, the description of the assignment was extremely vague, only stating that "Anton G. Delgado is wanted for humanoid autopsy. Use digestive tracts.". After Anton G. Delgado arrived at the designated Autopsy Room (Site-255 Autposy Room Nº██), the Autopsy Room doors suddenly closed, which alerted ASF patrols nearby. ASF patrols were unable to breach in, or communicate through the doors. At the same time, devices recording the autopsy were activated by Anton G. Delgado. Personnel were unable to communicate with Anton D. Delgado.

The following is an abreviation of the recording:

- Report Log 866-[ERROR]

Subject: Autopsist Surgeon Anton G. Delgado

866-Event: Anton G. Delgado was assigned with conducting the autopsy of a possibly-anomalous deceased individual found in █████████, Hungary. This assignment was changed by RPC-866, the description of the assignment was extremely vague, only stating that "Anton G. Delgado is wanted for humanoid autopsy. Use digestive tracts.". After Anton G. Delgado arrived at the designated Autopsy Room (Site-255 Autposy Room Nº██), the Autopsy Room doors suddenly closed, which alerted ASF patrols nearby. ASF patrols were unable to breach in, or communicate through the doors. At the same time, devices recording the autopsy were activated by Anton G. Delgado. Personnel were unable to communicate with Anton D. Delgado.

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[[ERROR].

- Report Log 866-[ERROR]

Subject: Autopsist Surgeon Anton G. Delgado

866-Event: Anton G. Delgado was assigned with conducting the autopsy of a possibly-anomalous deceased individual found in █████████, Hungary. This assignment was changed by RPC-866, ███████████████████████████the description of the assignment was ███████████████████████████ ██████████████████Room doors suddenly closed, which alerted ASF patrols nearby. ASF patrols were u█████████nable to breach in, or communicate through the doors.███████████████████████████ere activated by Anton G. Delgado. Personnel were unable to communicate with Anton D. Delgado.

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