RPC-880

An Insatiable Hunger

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Project Personnel Info

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Assigned Facility: Site-279

Research Lead: Dr. Edwin Langbert

Assigned MST(s): On-Site ASF

Director of Containment: Cap. Molly Ferguson

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Beta-Orange.png Beta-Orange Registered Phenomena Code: 880


Object Class: Beta-Orange
Responsible Departments: Anthropology.png Department of
Anthropology
Biology2.png Department of
Biology
Chemistry.png Department of
Chemistry



Psychology.png Department of
Psychology

Hazard Types: h-regenerative.png Regenerative Hazard h-sapient.png Sapient Hazard h-transmutation.png Transmutation Hazard h-biohazard.png Bio-Hazard h-contact.png Contact Hazard h-emotional.png Emotional Hazard h-sensory.png Sensory Hazard h-visual.png Visual Hazard

Containment Protocols: RPC-880 is currently placed inside a standard cell within the Humanoid Containment Wing of Site-279. The cell is outfitted with basic items and entertainment such as a video game console and a personal computer with no direct output connection to the internet1.

An industrial air filter is installed in RPC-880's containment chamber for the harvesting of RPC-880-1. For observational purposes, infrared security cameras are utilized to examine RPC-880's chamber.

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Psychologist Edwin Langbert and Recorder Team 45 suiting up to enter RPC-880's containment chamber.

RPC-880 is allowed limited socialization privileges for no more than 4 hours per 2 days with personnel. A CSD personnel with no prior history of violence is to be paired with RPC-880 and act as its bonding partner.

Personnel who wish to interact with RPC-8802 must first fill and submit the appropriate documentation to the current site director. Should the request be accepted, the personnel must equip a full-body PPE that includes air filtration masks with an incorporated microphone and tinted eye protection to ward off RPC-880-1 and the memetic effect of RPC-880.

At the initiation of RPC-880-E1 events, all personnel within RPC-880's containment chambers must evacuate the containment cell, under no circumstances are personnel allowed to be inside the containment cell, personnel who fail to exit the containment cell are to be considered terminated.

After the evacuation, the cell must be sealed off and 2 hoses lowered towards a feeding trough located inside the cell. Hose #1 is to dispense 80 kg of meat3, while hose #2 is to dispense 75 l. mixture of different substances such as water/soda/liquid fat. Under no circumstances should any rotten meat be introduced to RPC-880.4

Once the RPC-880-E1 event concludes, RPC-880 is to be isolated for a period of two (2) weeks, while remote observation via thermal cameras continues. Once the two-week period is over, normal containment protocols may resume.

In the event of a non-violent containment breach, ASF personnel are advised to use non-violent means to encourage or direct RPC-880 towards returning to its containment cell, if attempts to converse fails or RPC-880 is escalated into a violent reaction, ASF personnel are authorized to use a CSD infested with RPC-880-1 to act as a decoy.

Under no circumstances should the GoI "Kabushiki Kawaii" be mentioned within the vicinity of RPC-880.

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RPC-880 seen via thermal vision.

Description: RPC-880 is a sentient amorphous mass of unknown materials and composition, with a height of 2 meters and a weight of ███ kg. A serial number alongside the logo of GoI "Kabushiki Kawaii" can be seen at the back of the "head" region of RPC-880.

RPC-880 has no definable facial features or any apparent sensory organs, as well as possessing no upper/lower limbs or featuring sexual organs of any type.

Despite lacking the aforementioned, RPC-880 is able to perceive audio and visual stimuli as well as vocalize and converse normally.5RPC-880 is able to move at a speed of 5.0 km/h by either stretching forward as an amorphous mass or by protruding leg-like appendages, as well as pick up and use objects by extending portions of its mass to generate arms

The slime exterior of RPC-880 has the pigmentation of a standard Caucasian person, but on random occasions, the skin color has changed from different ranges of pigmentations.

An X-ray scan performed on RPC-880 shows a deteriorating feminine human skeleton that acts as a supporting frame for RPC-880 to wrap around.

RPC-880's anomalous visual effect manifests whenever a human makes direct eye contact with RPC-880. Noticing RPC-880 from the corner of the eye or direct viewing obscured by colored plastic lenses will nullify the visual effects and reveal RPC-880's true appearance.

Once a subject has observed RPC-880 for a duration of 3 seconds, RPC-880's perceived appearance will then visually altered to be the subject's most desired sexual fantasy. So far, observation notes within the Visuals Log suggest a limitless range of transformations perceptions.

Once the subject has seen RPC-880 in its new visual state, in an indirect or unconscious manner, RPC-880 will release RPC-880-1 into the environment. RPC-880-1 is identified as a bacterial organism that operates in various parts of the affected subject's body; Mostly the brain and skin.

Through anomalous means, RPC-880-1 affects the brain to make the subject passive in attitude and to feel an increase in positive emotions, with more thoughts of coupling and inner love while numbing pain. RPC-880-1 causes the subject's skin becomes partially dissociated with the nervous system. This causes the subject's skin to heighten in touch-based sensitivity and soften in texture.

This alteration of the subject's nervous system allows for a more believable range of sensations achieved when interacting with RPC-880, such as feeling "scales" or "fur" or other physical features that the subject perceives RPC-880 to possess, ranging from normal changes to skin color to a whole set of limbs and articulations8.

Once RPC-880 has finished attracting the subject, it will then instinctively treat the subject as its loving partner, providing them with the basics of a platonic or sexual relationship.

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