RPC-402

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Registered Phenomena Code: 402

Object Class: Alpha-Yellow

Hazard Types: h-mind-control.png Mind-Control Hazard h-ideological.png Ideological Hazard h-infohazard.png Info-Hazard

Containment Protocols: Full details of RPC-402 are not to be disclosed to those with a clearance above Level 1. Safe, Info-Hazard free information relating to RPC-402 is available to any personnel above Level 1 clearance by request. When testing RPC-402, the test must be done on the roof of the site or in a similarly high area such as a cliff side. The following staff must be present throughout;

  • A translator fluent in French and the Site's regional dialect to translate RPC-402-A's speech
  • A recording team to record the speech's contents
  • A clean up crew for RPC-402-A's suicide

Description: RPC-402 is information relating to an unnamed French peasant, hereby referred to as RPC-402-1 who lived in the Kingdom of France from 1692 A.D. until his suicide in 1736 A.D. Information of the peasant, years he lived in, and details of RPC-402-1's suicide are safe to acknowledge. If one becomes fully aware of specific details such as the events leading up to RPC-402-1's suicide, the speech given by RPC-402-1 prior to its suicide, and the location of RPC-402-1's body. This will cause the victim to become an instance of RPC-402-A.

Instances of RPC-402-A will find the highest strip of land near it and will begin to ask various individuals around them various questions in French. Regardless of the listeners' knowledge of the French language, if they are asked a question by RPC-402-A, they will respond in French. However, upon their response, they will be unaware of what they responded with, even if they are skilled in the French language or similar dialects such as Creole. RPC-402-A will continue their speech based on a currently unknown set of answers to each of their questions. If a question is responded to incorrectly, RPC-402-A will issue one last statement prior to lunging itself off the platform it is standing on, most of the time resulting in its immediate expiration. Questions asked by RPC-402-A, various answers, and RPC-402-A's responses are listed below.

Question: For what is the Fool's purpose?


Answer: To live, die, and be forgotten.

Response: As expected. No need to keep death at bay

RPC-402-A commits suicide following this answer


Answer: To highlight the world's follies

Response: But what to do in a perfect world? Perfection will come, and the Fool will be useless as such. I, and many of my cohorts, see that our worth is that of a man who has been hung, and agree that our fall should be sooner rather than later.

RPC-402-A commits suicide following this answer


Answer: To entertain death, as the reapings are a bore.

Response: Fair, I see that the reaping hermit requires worldly pleasures now and then. But if that is the case, he shall meet his end soon, as humanity is bound to death, and death is not bound to us. In such a world, I wish not to stop the cycle of death.

RPC-402-A commits suicide following this answer


Answer: As a judgement for man's morality.

Response: Judgement. A concept from the lord, skewed by the devil, and attempted to be understood by man. The devil comes to claim, and we disallow it. For if I die, the devil shall win another battle. Therefore, I shall ask another to see if this war is worth fighting.

Question: Does man trust the Stars, the High Priest, or the Emperor to lead them to battle?


Answer: The Stars, for their shine is bright, and their numbers infinite.

Response: Then, the devil shall win. His armies are infinite too. If that is the case, I do not wish to see this final battle.

RPC-402-A commits suicide following this answer


Answer: The High Priest, as his knowledge is vast.

Response: High Priests, with their vast knowledge, must know the outcome of the final battle. Therefore, it is possible they know that man perishes in the final battle. But if they were placed in such a position, then I dare say they have been properly judged. Hence why I shall place my faith in them, and I seek that you follow my example. Now, I ask one last question to see if my existence shall continue.

Question: What is man's downfall?


Answer: Man himself.

Response: God forbids it

RPC-402-A commits suicide following this answer


Answer: Stars, as the devil was one himself

Response: God forbids it

RPC-402-A commits suicide following this answer


Answer: The Devil himself

Response: God forbids it

RPC-402-A commits suicide following this answer

Currently, there has been no answer found to the previous question.

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