RPC-XXX-ASD
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Registered Phenomena Code: XXX

Object Class: Alpha-White Beta-Yellow

Hazards: Regenerative Hazard, Transmutable Hazard, Sentient Hazard

Containment Protocols: As RPC-XXX cannot be relocated, it is to be contained on site1. Following incident XXX-a, two personnel with combat training, as well as a containment specialist, are to be on site at all times. No unauthorized individuals are to be permitted access to the containment area, and any attempt to do so must be met swiftly with appropriate response. Personnel are to maintain aliases and engage actively in the █████████ community, so as to ease relations with civilian population. RPC-XXX is to remain closed at all times other than during authorized testing.

Description: RPC-XXX is a standard walk-in closet, measuring 2.1 meters tall, 1.5 meters wide, and with a depth of 1 meter. The door to RPC-XXX is identical to a standard oak door, with a large brass doorknob on the right hand side, nearly 0.87 meters above the base of the door. There are currently no known ways to determine the age and origin of the door accurately, as any attempt to damage the surface has failed. While closed and unoccupied, the entity does not present any anomalous properties (see incident XXX-a). RPC-XXX's anomalous properties manifest when any matter is placed within the closet and the door is closed, at which point the door will immediately lock. After fifteen seconds of inactivity, the door will unlock, and can be opened by any present subject. All objects placed within RPC-XXX are duplicated through unknown means, resulting in two identical objects. All resulting objects have been reported by personnel to be "half as valuable as the original". The method of determining worth of objects does not hold constant for all materials (see testing log 3561).

Testing Log 3561

Test designation Test Subject Result Notes
Experiment XXX-10 One standard 8x11 paper Two tissues none
Experiment XXX-13 One roll of duct tape two rolls of Scotch tape none
Experiment XXX-15 One US $20 bill Two $10 bills none
Experiment XXX-16 One US $1 bill Two "$0.5" bills It appears to be able to determine a half using the subject's perception, regardless of existence of resulting objects
Experiment XXX-17 One "$0.5" bill from previous test Two "$0.25" bills none
Experiment XXX-20 One "$0.08" bill, obtained from test XXX-19 two standard US $1 bills The ways this thing determines value have combined here. The cost of making a "$0.04" bill would exceed the value of the bill itself. Instead, we get two regular $1 bills. This shows us a little about how XXX makes decisions. - Dr ███
Experiment XXX-25 One Smith and Wesson M&P Shield Two Hi Point brand 9mm pistols, equipped with side sights At least it knows quality. - Agent ██████
Experiment XXX-28 One engagement ring, belonging to Dr █████ Nothing Following test, Dr █████ was served divorce papers by his wife, resulting in the loss of half of his assets. Interviews of both parties show no signs of discontent prior to test.
Experiment XXX-30 One copy of "Star Wars Episode I" Two copies of the Star Wars Christmas Special Bullshit. That travesty is nowhere near half valuable, even to the prequels' standards - Dr ███
N/A One standard orange Two clementines Test was unauthorized, and was confirmed through interrogation to be the proposed solution to a lunchtime dispute over "the last orange".
Experiment XXX- 36 One copy of the game "Undertale", belonging to Dr ███'s son Two copies of E.T. for the Atari 2600 I'm just happy to be rid of that damn thing, if I heard that damn bumbling skeleton one more time I was going to self-terminate - Dr ███
Experiment XXX-43 D-XXX-23, a convicted felon charged with kidnapping and murder of 17 adolescents Screams are heard for approximately three seconds after closing the door. D-XXX-23 is retrieved, perfectly bisected along spine That was just messy.
Experiment XXX-49 One Canon brand video camera, set to record Two Nikon brand cameras, powered off I mean, looking back on it, even if they were still powered on, they wouldn't show us anything of use - Dr ███
Experiment XXX-50 One camera, specifically developed for instantaneous transmission Two small piles of scrap material, confirmed to be standard components of a digital camera, along with two pieces of paper with "████ ███ ██ ██ ███████." written in a red substance, subsequently confirmed to be blood from a Megachiroptera (fruit bat) Transmission received displays multiple dark humanoid entities2 converging on camera. Connection is severed by order of Dr ███ upon recovery of output

Incident XXX-a: At 3:27 pm EST, RPC-XXX spontaneously underwent a series of events, consisting of a period of rapid locking and unlocking, accompanied by reports of scratching being heard from within the entity. This process has repeated itself periodically, each instance occurring between 2 to 3 weeks after the last. Containment procedures and classification have since been revised.

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