Registered Phenomena Code: 119

Object Class: Beta-Yellow

Hazard Types: Organic Hazard, Sapient Hazard, Gravitational Hazard,

Containment Protocols: RPC-119 is currently kept within a standard humanoid containment cell. RPC-119 may be subject to testing on a bi-weekly basis and is to receive therapeutic and medical checkups after said testing. In the event that RPC-119 displaces any form of matter within its containment, it should be coerced into replenishing the displacement. Should RPC-119 display any potentially hazardous displacement, it is to be sedated after replenishing said displacement, and moved into Site-009's strict containment wing; therapy sessions will be held on a bi-daily basis. Interaction is to be limited and the activity of the anomaly is to be monitored at all times.

Description: RPC-119 is a human male, 45 years of age. It has a height of 185.42cm and weighs approximately 91kg. RPC-119 is balding and requires prescription glasses. RPC-119 is able to create minor displacements in matter (within 5 meters of itself). RPC-119 can only make minor displacements, with an estimated maximum size of 15cm3. RPC-119 expresses extreme discontent with its anomalous trait, and will often ask if said trait can be reversed. RPC-119 shows an inability to cope with the trait; therapy was requested and was later accepted.

Displacements in matter consist of a perfect black body, with a cubed shape. Attempts to make contact with the displacement(s) will result in a lack of gravity being placed onto the object(s). Displacements can cause a multitude of effects, including (but not limited to):

  • Shrinking in size, yet consistent in mass;
  • Mixing with other materials1;
  • Objects catching fire (if possible);
  • Death;
  • Reconfiguration of certain appendages2;
  • Distortions3.

Addendum: The following Addenda describe testing of RPC-119, alongside following therapy sessions and medical examinations. In the event that a discrepancy is detected within testing records, a member of the Office of Analysis and Science, under the Research Division should be contacted. Please note that not all test records have been displayed, as upon order of the Office of Analysis and Science. Questions in regards to this order may be taken up with your local adviser of said Office.

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