Registered Phenomena Code: 875

Project Personnel Info


Assigned Facility: Site-105

Director of Research: Dr. Vincent Hugo

Assigned MST(s): MST Delta-5 ("Garcas"); MST Zulu-45 ("Backwater Filterers")

Director of Containment: Dir. Leopold Sanders


Object Class:

Beta - Orange

Responsible Departments:

Biology.png Department of BiologyChemistry.png Department of Chemistry

Hazard Types:

Hazard Types:Additional Properties: h-aggression.png Aggression h-grouped.png Grouped h-sapient.png Sapient h-teleportation.png Teleportation

General Properties:

Hazard Types:Additional Properties: h-organic.png Organic



Containment Protocols:

RPC-875 is to be held in a standard humanoid containment chamber with maximum security restrictions at Site-105 in Kongolo, Democratic Republic of the Congo.1 During asset transport, physical restraints are to be secured around the arms and legs of RPC-875, with no unauthorized communication with site personnel allowed.

Contingent upon RPC-875's noncompliance, the Research Lead may authorize the Authority Security Force to place the anomaly in solitary confinement as needed for behavioral adjustments. In the event of a containment breach, should non-lethal methods of asset retrieval be unsuccessful, RPC-875 is to be neutralized with thermobaric2 or energy weapons.


RPC-875 is a 27-year old African male of Bakongo ethnicity identified as Bajikijayi Mwilambwe and an elemental-class reality-bender. Additionally, RPC-875 is the commander of a group of Mayi-Mayi3 guerrillas with various anomalous weapons attempting to overthrow several governments in Central Africa. RPC-875 claims to have been trained as a medicine-man in traditional African practices which enabled its anomalous powers.

During previous combat encounters, conventional firearms have failed to injure RPC-875, or any of its fighters, with bullets deflecting off the surface of their bodies, or passing through them entirely4. This is attributed to an unknown psychochemical stimulant naturally brewed by RPC-875 that appears to extend its anomalous abilities to its fighters, designated RPC-875-1, for a limited duration.


On November 30, 1999, the United Nations Organization Stabilization Mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo was established in order to stabilize regional security during the Second Congo War. As part of efforts to contain the rising number of anomalies reported in the conflict, the United Nations Anomalous Activities Committee dispatched 4,719 United Nations International Security Assistance Anomalous Force soldiers into Central Africa.

Initially, RPC-875 was thought to be one of many local warlords exploiting conflict minerals on the border regions near Uganda, Rwanda, and Burundi. UN health workers operating in asylum camps started to report rumors from refugees of a warlock conquering vast swaths of the Congo jungle with an 'immortal army' who could shoot lightning and fire from their weapons.

On June 10, 2000, after defeating nearby rebel factions for control over several colombium and tin mines, RPC-875 intervened in the siege of Kisangani, DRC, forcing Ugandan-backed militia groups from the outskirts of the city despite being numerically disadvantaged. The UNAAC Military Actions Committee dispatched a contingent of UNISAAF peacekeepers into the area to assess the situation.

Despite the discovery of anomalous weapons in their possession, no further action was taken against the militants until UN forces near the border zones started to report being targeted by Mayi-Mayi militants. RPC-875's own anomalous abilities remained unknown until UNISAAF forces sustained significant fatalities6 following a botched assault on the group's training camp in Baraka, DRC.

On August 13, the UNAAC Legal Committee indicted RPC-875 as an anomalous war criminal, ordering its extradition to a secure detainment facility in the Hague, Netherlands, for prosecution. Due to uncertainty over RPC-875's appearance, the destructive potential of its powers, and the lack of forces needed to secure mineral mines under its control, progress by the UNAAC to capture RPC-875 has been unsuccessful.


On January 10, 2001, the UNAAC officially requested assistance from the Authority in detainment efforts for 'an anomalous human in the jungles of the Democratic Republic of The Congo'. In response, MST Zulu-45 ("Backwater Filterers") was ordered to search out and contain RPC-875, with MST Delta-05 ("Garcas") providing auxiliary support against fighters aligned with the anomaly.


Two weeks after its detainment by MST Zulu-45, RPC-875 was interviewed by Head Researcher Dr. Vincent Hugo. The objective for the interview focused on gathering more information regarding RPC-875's background and anomalous abilities, as well as its political objectives and worldview.


On March 25, RPC-875 was transported to a UNISAAF holding facility in Kinshasa, DRC. RPC-875 was scheduled later that day to be transferred to the UNAAC Detention Unit in The Hague, Netherlands, via a private jet from the Ndjili International Airport. At 15:00 UTC, a group of Mayi-Mayi insurgents armed with high-powered weaponry shot down the UNISAAF plane flying RPC-875 shortly after its takeoff, causing the aircraft to crash on the demilitarized island of M'Bamou in the Republic of the Congo.

UNISAAF investigators stationed in Kinshasa reported to the site of the wreck, recovering electronic components and accounting for all passengers and crew-members on-board. Five out of thirteen passengers survived the crash, however, no witnesses could recall the fate of RPC-875, who had been seated near the front of the plane surrounded by armed soldiers.

RPC-875's status remained unknown until June 14, 2002, when UNISAAF observers stationed in Brazzaville, RotC, reported seeing RPC-875 leading a group of armed insurgents into clashes with the Congolese Army. Sporadic sightings of RPC-875 have since been reported in the Central Africa Republic, Chad, Côte d'Ivoire, Liberia, and most recently Sudan. As of this data entry, RPC-875 remains uncontained.

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