RPC-102

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Registered Phenomena Code: 102

Object Class: Beta-Yellow

Hazard Types: Memory Alteration Hazard

Containment Protocols: Any written instance of RPC-102 is to be contained at Site 16's memetic hazards unit in a secure anomalous materials locker when not being studied. Recordings of spoken instances of RPC-102 are to be stored on cassette tapes and stored in a separate locked vault accessible only by senior site staff with class 4 clearance codes or higher. All testing of spoken instances is to occur in the specially constructed soundproof test chamber 16-[REDACTED] in the [REDACTED] wing of Site 16. This chamber's intercom only connects to the adjacent monitoring room and contains multiple digital and analogue systems to filter out and remove instances of RPC-102 from communication.

Subjects in the early phases of RPC-102 are to be treated with low class memory erasure drugs and sedatives as per standard protocol. Subjects in the later phases of memetic infection are to be kept fully isolated in soundproof chambers until termination. Authority assets in later phases may be treated with vocal cord removal. Assets who undergo vocal cord renewal will have all security clearances revoked, and may be given written translator devices to facilitate communication with relevant staff.

In the event of an outbreak, all affected subjects of RPC-102 are to be terminated immediately, all staff are to don voice scrambling headphones found in any emergency locker. Strike Team Capricorn-090 "Hear No Evil", will be dispatched to outbreak location to enact [REDACTED].

Description: RPC-102 refers to a language structure, lexically similar to a script found during a recently archaeological dig at [REDACTED] in North Africa. This language has memetic properties and acts to rewrite the language centers of the brain. This results in notable changes in perception in fully affected subjects due to changes in cognitive processes. Furthermore, this meme is 100% infectious through oral transmission. However, written forms of the language pose negligible risk of infection. This has been exploited by Authority researchers to implement translation software between the written form or RPC-102 and other languages.

The symptoms of RPC-102 exposure proceed through a series of phases in each host;

  • Phase 1.
  • Phase 2.
  • Phase 3.
  • Phase 4
  • Phase 5

Testing Log:

Addendum:

WARNING.

You require a Gilgamesh class passcode to pass this point.

Unauthorized attempts to access further data will result in immediate termination.


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