RPC-226, documented after Incident 1.


Registered Phenomena Code: 226

Object Class: Beta-Yellow

Hazard Types: Organic Hazard, Regenerative Hazard, Sentient Hazard, Contact Hazard

Containment Protocols: RPC-226 is to be contained at Site-007 in a climate controlled, acoustic dampening room measuring seventy by seventy-five by fifty (70x75x50) meters. The room is to be kept at an average temperature of -9°C to -6°C and should include an arrangement of flora and soil similar to that of RPC-226's native environment. These should include a thick grouping of various shrubbery and a small arrangement of any trees of the Pinus order (if possible). During the winter climate cycle, a light dusting of artificial snow must be spread across the entire span of the environment, as well as on the shrubs and trees.

The floor of RPC-226's containment chamber is to be underlain with a layer of rubber 0.5 centimeters thick. Personnel interacting with RPC-226 must possess Level 3 clearance and pass a psychological evaluation. Janitorial personnel are to be accompanied by two (2) individuals with adequate clearance, and they must also be evaluated prior to entry. RPC-226 should be interacted with daily by an individual who meets the above criteria.1

Routine sweeps of [REDACTED] where RPC-226 was found are to be conducted weekly. Should any living creatures be found in the area, they are to be transported to Site-008 for testing of potential anomalous properties.2

RPC-226-1 requires no special containment procedures, as it is already contained inside RPC-226.

RPC-226-2 must be contained and transported in a rubber vial 0.3 centimeters thick. Transporting personnel are to be armed with incendiary devices in the case of an accidental spill.

Description: RPC-226 resembles a canis lupis familiaris3 of the Siberian Husky breed. It has a black and white coat of hair, and apart from RPC-226-1 and RPC-226-2, it bears no other obvious physical distinctions from that of a thoroughbred native to the Siberian wilderness.

RPC-226-1 appears to be a structure originating from RPC-226's lingual papillae4, although further research of RPC-226-1 and RPC-226-2 must be conducted with caution, due to the extremely sensitive intuition of RPC-226.5 RPC-226-1 has been described by several personnel as forming a claw-like structure that can extend or retract from RPC-226's mouth. It is unclear as to whether this structure is what secretes RPC-226-2, or if the two are entirely separate from each other.

RPC-226-2 is a secretion composed of water, salt, various proteins, and an unknown substance that appears highly mercurial. RPC-226-2 only displays anomalous effects when it comes into contact with non-organic material or life forms of the class Mammalia. Currently, no anomalous effects have been demonstrated on invertebrates or members of the Plantae kingdom.6
Although this substance appears to originate from the mouth of RPC-226, it also appears to be present throughout RPC-226's tissue. There are currently no known means to terminate or otherwise damage RPC-226, as any damage inflicted results in rapid recovery.
When RPC-226-2 comes into contact with a mammal, one of two (2) scenarios will occur:

1. If the subject is in a calm or otherwise positive cognitive state when interacting with RPC-226, RPC-226-2 will display extreme regenerative properties. Any and all wounds, internal or external, will be mended and reverted back to a normal functioning state. There currently does not appear to be any limitations to this effect, regardless of how serious a wound is or how long it has existed.7

2. If the subject exhibits an aggressive, anxious, or otherwise negative cognitive state, RPC-226-2 will display anomalous and instantaneous reduction-oxidation8 over the area that RPC-226-2 is in contact with.9 Currently there are no substances that can dilute or prevent this reaction, although further testing with RPC-███ and [REDACTED] has been requested and is awaiting approval.

(For further reading, see experiment log)

It is recommended that RPC-226's containment be maintained and identical to its native habitat in order to prevent any anxiety or confusion in RPC-226. Advised by Dr. Fora and concurred by Dr. Jaoli.

Discovery Log: RPC-226 was discovered on ██/██/19██ by Dr. Fora and his research team, whilst conducting routine sweeps near the crater of [REDACTED] in southern Siberia.

RPC-226 was discovered wandering approximately fifteen (15) meters from [REDACTED]. At first contact, RPC-226 showed no signs of hostility towards the expedition. Alternatively, RPC-226s behavior was subservient, approaching Dr. Fora and making contact with the doctor's hand. It was at this point that RPC-226 displayed anomalous properties via RPC-226-2.

Dr. Fora was previously missing several fingers from his left hand. Almost immediately after contact with RPC-226-2, Dr. Fora's fingers slowly began to regrow.
Dr. Fora proceeded to contact additional Authority personnel, including MST Bravo-4, to relocate RPC-226 to [REDACTED] in the Ural Mountains.
RPC-226 was compliant during the process, with one exception.10

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