RPC-680

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RPC-680 as viewed from the outside

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Registered Phenomena Code: 680

Object Class: Beta-Orange

Hazard Types: Destabilization Hazard, Immeasurable Hazard, Temporal Hazard, Emotional Hazard, Ideological Hazard

Containment Protocols: RPC-680 and the surrounding properties are to be purchased by the Authority and kept isolated. Security cameras and proximity detectors are to be placed around the site and monitored for trespassers. Any individual found to be searching through houses in a way that may indicate searching for RPC-680 are to be taken into questioning. Should any individual enter RPC-680, they are not to be followed. Should they exit, they are to be taken into Authority custody and screened.

Entering RPC-680 is only allowed under strict testing conditions. Only individuals with no history of mental health issues are allowed to participate in these tests physically or remotely. Any exploration should be conducted by CSD Personnel unless skilled work is imperative.

Description: RPC-680 is a standard American townhouse located in the [REDACTED] suburbs. It is surrounded by several other townhouses, however none of these exhibit any anomalous properties. RPC-680 is white on its exterior, featuring two small gardens in front of the house and a balcony above the door. The house has 8 windows and is 4 stories tall. No anomalous properties have been observed on RPC-680's exterior.

A 10 m2 room with a shaggy yellow carpet is universally described as the first room encountered upon entering RPC-680. The room features a single hanging lamp in the center of the room, as well as 4 doors. There is one door on every wall and one of these doors is the entrance. The door directly across from the exit is locked, however the two adjacent doors can be opened with no issues. The contents of RPC-680 become inconsistent past these doors.

A wide variety of rooms have been reported within RPC-680, ranging from well-decorated rooms that appear to have been recently cleaned to rooms that appear to have been abandoned to rooms that appear to have been purposefully destroyed. Room types have included hallways, stairwells, dead ends, functional rooms such as dining rooms or living spaces, or any combination of these. There are also "exit" rooms, which will open to the balcony above the main entrance to RPC-680. Attempting to backtrack through any of these rooms is impossible, as getting too far from any room will cause it to be replaced by another room. Any individual who gets too far from the entrance room is not encounterable by any other individual who enters.

These rooms have been noted to possess a wide range of anomalous properties, most commonly accelerated time rooms, however these accelerations are usually negligible. Many other anomalous room types have also been reported, including "living" rooms, predatory rooms, rooms which affect the emotions of those within them, infinite rooms and many others. It is unknown if what can manifest within RPC-680 is predetermined or entirely random.

Staying in RPC-680 for a prolonged period of time, among other effects, will cause affected individuals to begin to lose recognition of their reality. They do not lose sapience or sentience, or regress mentally in any capacity. Affected individuals only lose the belief that they are a tangible entity and that they are real. This effect is not alleviated by leaving RPC-680 and is presumably permanent. Side effects of this include individuals not wanting to leave RPC-680 or not valuing their life after exiting. This effect is referred to as ontological decay.


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An instance of RPC-680-A

Registered Phenomena Code: 680-A

Hazard Types: Animated Hazard, Grouped Hazard, Toxic Hazard

Containment Protocols: Only 1 instance of RPC-680-A may be brought out of RPC-680 at any given time, and should be destroyed within 48 hours of extraction. RPC-680 should be watched for any RPC-680-A instances attempting to exit RPC-680, however this has never been recorded.

Description: RPC-680-A is the collective designation given to a group of porcelain models that inhabit RPC-680. They are found occasionally within a few rooms from the entrance room, usually in groups of 3 or 4 but will sometimes be alone. They resemble bipedal organisms with legs ending for stumps and a wide mouth encompassing most of their facial structure, as well as two indentations that resemble eyes. They are 10 cm tall on average and weigh 250 grams.

RPC-680-A do not react to humans, and will ignore their presence even if touched or assaulted. RPC-680-A instances will shatter if hit with enough force. A shattered RPC-680-A instance will emit lethal gases into the air which cause rapid asphyxiation in any individual who inhales the gas, as well as [DATA EXPUNGED]. As such it is inadvisable to assault RPC-680-A instances.


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RPC-680-B

Registered Phenomena Code: 680-B

Hazard Types: Aggression Hazard, Organic Hazard, Psychotronic Hazard, Sapient Hazard, Sentient Hazard, Destabilization Hazard, Teleportation Hazard

Containment Protocols: Any test subject or other individual entering RPC-680 should remain alert to the presence of RPC-680-B. Any unidentifiable sound should be avoided. Any room where RPC-680-B is sighted should be left immediately. Should RPC-680-B become aware of the test subject's presence, the subject should be advised to escape and hide several rooms away from where RPC-680-B was alerted. As RPC-680-B is not capable of leaving RPC-680, no further containment procedures are required.

Description: RPC-680-B is a large arachnid-like entity with a spherical thorax and no abdomen. It is pure white in coloration and appears to exhibit a faint glow. RPC-680-B is capable of generating a seemingly limitless number of legs, though naturally possesses 8. All of these legs will be of random lengths and possess a random number of joints. It will generate additional legs to allow it to move faster, bridge a gap or reach a far away target. RPC-680-B is also capable of speech, speaking with a deep, apparently distorted British accent. It has been reported to mumble nonsensical phrases when wandering and shriek loudly and begin to scream religious and political statements when alerted.

RPC-680-B is hostile and will attack any human it detects. RPC-680-B is capable of assaulting its target physically with a large amount of limbs or by lobbing objects towards the target. RPC-680-B will also reflect any attack made towards it, particularly ranged attacks. RPC-680-B is also capable of throwing objects without the need for physical contact with said objects, presumably through telekinesis which is also likely the method used to reflect attacks.

While RPC-680-B is only capable of manifesting in a single location at any given time, RPC-680-B appears capable of teleporting to any location within RPC-680-B and will usually appear in proximity to a human. While this means that RPC-680-B encounters will be frequent with a single test subject, multiple subjects will only encounter them a fraction of how often they would otherwise. Any long expedition into RPC-680 should utilize this to its fullest extent.


Registered Phenomena Code: The Janitor

Hazard Types: Incorporeal Hazard, Sapient Hazard, Sentient Hazard, Extra-Dimensional Hazard, Teleportation Hazard, Ideological Hazard, Mind-Regression Hazard, Sensory Hazard

Containment Protocols: Irrelevant.

Description: The Janitor is an indescribable entity that resides within RPC-680. The Janitor's most notable property the fact that it is impossible to refer to the Janitor as anything other than The Janitor. The Janitor is an intangible entity. It is known that The Janitor can communicate with individuals within RPC-680, however such conversations are not picked up by recording equipment. The Janitor does manifest within video footage, though only as a warp of space, cloud of black smoke, or other visual anomaly, none of which are similar to what those claiming to see attempt to describe The Janitor as.

Early into explorations, The Janitor is reportedly helpful and amicable, aiding those within RPC-680 in navigation and evading RPC-680-B or holding conversations. However, longer explorations result in The Janitor attempting to change the individuals viewpoints, usually involving their desire to escape RPC-680. The Janitor is usually successful in this feat, which has led to test subjects ending compliance and communication in █ instances. It has been found that resisting The Janitor's attempts at convincing the individual or prolonged contact with The Janitor results in a slow decrease in intelligence and eventual loss of sapience.


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RPC-680-D

Registered Phenomena Code: 680-D

Hazard Types: Organic Hazard, Teleportation Hazard, Tychokinetic Hazard, Memory Alteration Hazard, Sensory Hazard, Visual Hazard

Containment Protocols: Any remote observers are not to focus on RPC-680-D. In the event that RPC-680-D is focused on, it is to be relocated back into RPC-680 as soon as possible. Similar protocols should be undertaken if RPC-680-D was to manifest outside of RPC-680, though this has not happened as of yet.

Description: RPC-680-D is a yucca plant that is periodically found growing out of the floor of RPC-680. It is usually found in more unkempt regions of RPC-680, though has manifested in all types of rooms. RPC-680-D is not visible to anyone within RPC-680, and may only be viewed remotely. RPC-680-D's presence usually indicates higher frequency manifestations of RPC-680-B and The Janitor as well as "living" and predatory rooms and lower manifestations of well-kept rooms and exits.

Should an outside observer focus on RPC-680-D, RPC-680-D will swap places with the observer. The former observer will become trapped within RPC-680 and will not be visible to anyone who entered through normal methods. RPC-680-D will appear in the former location of the observer, where it remains visible and will continue to swap places with those who focus on it. Anyone who sees RPC-680-D will retain the knowledge of what RPC-680-D is but will not remember the experience.

Addendum-680-A: The following is a compilation of notable exploration logs.

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