Project Personnel Info


Assigned Facility: Site-015

Director of Research: Dr. Jane Simon

Assigned MST: MST Delta-1 ("The Keepers"), MST Bravo-6 ("Knockin' On Heaven's Door")

Director of Containment: Dr. Nolan Ruan


Registered Phenomena Code: 560

Object Class: Beta - Orange Beta - Purple

Hazard Types:Additional Properties: h-sentient.png Sentient h-contact.png Contact h-gravitational.png Gravitational h-emotional.png Emotional h-ideological.png Ideological divine-hazard Divine
History.png Department of

Containment Protocols: RPC-560 is stored in storage locker 7, a 10³ Beta-class containment locker at Site-015. Four members of MST Unit Delta-1 "The Keepers"1 and four members of MST Bravo-6 "Knockin' On Heaven's Door"2 are to be guarding the entrance of RPC-560's containment chamber at all times. Shifts rotate every 5 hours.

The Department of History is to search for anything related to RPC-560 in historical texts, especially in the Bible.

Description: RPC-560 is a semi-sentient3 winged humanoid bearing white steel armor resembling that worn by 15th-century English knights. RPC-560 usually stands upright with both arms crossed. A Latin inscription has been carved onto the breastplate of RPC-560's armor "Acceptat Deus nisi dignus." which when translated reads "God only accepts the worthy."

When a human subject capable of comprehending the phrase says it aloud and makes physical contact with RPC-560, they will immediately begin floating upwards at a straight axis at a speed of approximately 175 kilometres per hour. Subjects will not experience any physical distress which would normally be brought on by the severe decrease in bodily temperature or increase in pressure caused by traveling at such altitudes. Subjects will instead remain conscious and capable of speaking despite any physical damages they may receive which would render them incapable of doing so.

Upon being launched into the air, subjects will respond with distress and worry. Upon reaching the troposphere,4 subjects will experience symptoms similar to severe psychosis as well as feelings of euphoria, initially claiming to perceive visual and auditory hallucinations described as being otherworldly, and often perceived as "divine in nature."

These feelings will increase as subjects rise further into the Earth's lower atmosphere, often to the point of hysteria and hypoxia.5 As subjects rise into the stratosphere,6 they will become increasingly nonverbose when asked to describe hallucinations. At this point, subjects will generally diverge into hysterics. Subjects are also observed speaking to a separate, unseen entity.

When the subject enters the mesosphere,7 they will cease ascending and will begin to fall back toward the ground at a fast pace. Subjects at this point will begin to endure the full physical and mental effects of RPC-560 brought on by their ascent into the air, and will either expire before eventually hitting ground level, or hit the ground with immense force.

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