Registered Phenomena Code: 304

Object Class: Alpha-White

Hazard Types: Sapient Hazard, Organic Hazard, Extra-dimensional Hazard

Containment Protocols: As RPC-304 poses no threat, there is no requirement for active containment to be in place at this time. If RPC-304 inadvertently manifests during low priority experimentation, then researchers are to record RPC-304. If the number of attempts to manifest exceeds ██, then testing is to cease so as not to waste Authority resources.

Description: RPC-304 is the designation for an alternate reality that is only accessible via random chance when using reality jumping objects or technology (anomalous or otherwise). RPC-304 consists of a black void containing a small fire and three seemingly immortal male humans named John, Jim, and Bob (dubbed RPC-304-1 to 3 respectfully) that sit around the fire.

They only spend their time making conversation and mocking each other jokingly. Through multiple recordings of their interactions, it is clear they possess extensive knowledge of the anomalous world, which includes comprehension of the RPC Authority's function. Although they are knowledgeable about different alternate realities, they seem to be more familiar with the baseline universe than anything else.

How RPC-304-1, -2, and -3 obtained this information is unknown. There is no known way to access the inside of RPC-304, and RPC-304-1, 2, and 3 don’t respond to any attempts of communication despite the fact they’re aware of the researchers watching them. When a portal or “window” leading to RPC-304 is opened, it will stay open for an undefined amount of time. Afterward, it will close or power off at a random point in time. Because of this, RPC-304 cannot stay open indefinitely.

Forward: Below are a few recorded conversations between the three RPC-304 entities (To see a full record of their conversations go to Document-304-A).

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