Registered Phenomena Code: 059

Object Class: Beta-Orange

Hazard Types: Aggression Hazard, Sentient Hazard, Organic Hazard

Containment Protocols: RPC-059 is contained in a mobile anechoic chamber in OL-Site-059, Antarctica. All guards stationed are equipped with tasers rated no less than 4.5 milliamps and standard issue batons. No conventional weapons are allowed in OL-Site-059 outside of anomalous emergency lockers.

Researchers have established a 24/7 monitor on rogue flights, research expeditions, and military testing and will move RPC-059 out of range before the incident occurs. For this purpose, RPC-059’s chamber has been modified to be detached from OL-Site-059 and towed away to a safe distance. A no-fly zone has been established in a 25km radius around OL-Site-059 under the cover story of geological research. All transportation is done through ██████ Station, researchers will then transfer to a ██████ and travel to OL-Site-059.

Description: RPC-059 is a canis lupus familiaris, commonly known as a German Shepherd, standing at 85 cm tall. RPC-059 has a noticeably wider frame than average for its breed. RPC-059 was discovered with a K-9 unit harness, tagged with, "D-80GO, ██████ County, K-9 Unit"; closer inspection of the pack is currently impossible, as it results in hostility. RPC-059's body has been modified via the implantation of a number of bionic implants. Most notably, its legs have been increased in length, a second heart has been added, and a layer of ██████ metal has been added just below its epidermis and throughout the jaw.

RPC-059 was discovered after police reports of an active spree killer in ██████, Florida. In the reports, only a single shot had ever gone off in each house, resulting in ██ casualties. The killings were found to be confusing to law enforcement, as no gunshot wounds were found, rather, multiple lacerations throughout the victims body, usually in the throat. The authority investigated after an agent working in law enforcement tipped them off to anomalous activity. RPC-059 was found nearby the most recent “shooting”. Covered in blood, RPC-059 was initially hostile until Agent ████ approached it. RPC-059 seemed to take an immediate liking to her and was contained with no further incidents.

RPC-059 alternates between an active and inactive state. Inactive, where its anomalous properties have not been triggered and remain dormant, and active, wherein it is actively pursuing any noise. While inactive, RPC-059 acts like a domesticated German shepherd. While not being hostile, RPC-059 will show no interest outside of women aged 21-23. No genetic disposition or pre-programmed reason for this has been discovered.

Its anomalous properties manifest within its hearing, which has been increased beyond any known organic being. When any sound is heard that would presumably damage RPC-059's hearing, its active state is triggered instead, causing RPC-059 to pursue and attempt to destroy the source of any artificially created sound at above 125db and within its 25km range of hearing. This can be prevented through the use of the anechoic chamber, which stops RPC-059 from hearing most sounds. However, there exist exceptions to this line of containment.

RPC-059 will always hear gunshots within a 10km range. There is seemingly no prevention method for this, as adding silencers, mufflers, and putting earplugs directly into RPC-059’s ears has no effect. For this reason, no firearm may be used in OL-Site-059 outside of emergencies. Any gunshot above 170db in a 25km range will also be picked up by RPC-059, though due to the size of most objects that create sounds (such as tanks, artillery, and jet aircraft), it may be unable to "neutralise" the source of the sound. As its jaw and body are composed of ██████ metal, it is at this time impossible to contain once any of these conditions have been met, and therefore OL-Site-██ has been constructed.

Addendum: On further investigation into the origin of RPC-059, its name was found in a local department’s K-9 Unit. Agents contacted local law enforcement for a statement.

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