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RPC-686 undergoing a training exercise with MST Echo-07, 15/4/2004.

Registered Phenomena Code: 686

Object Class: Alpha-Orange (Utility)

Hazard Types: Sapient Hazard, Organic Hazard, Temporal Hazard

Containment Protocols: RPC-686 is to be contained within a standard humanoid containment chamber at Site-279. As of 27/9/2000, due to Its anomalous properties and willingness to cooperate with Authority personnel, RPC-686 was allowed to, and has, joined MST Echo-07 "L'Infanterie". A GPS tracking device has been implanted in RPC-686's neck. If RPC-686 strays too far from Echo-7 Personnel, MST Echo-07 are to track down and temporarily contain RPC-686. However, the aforementioned scenario has not yet occurred.

Description: RPC-686 is a caucasian female of French descent, standing at 175 centimeters and weighing 66 kilograms. RPC-686 was formerly known as Nadia Valloton; personnel, especially those of the Protection Division, are permitted to refer to RPC-686 by its former name outside of authority documentation.

RPC-686 is biologically identical to a non-anomalous human female from the age range of 23-27. It possesses a greater amount of strength, agility, and endurance when compared to the average human female, but not to the degree where these attributes can be considered anomalous. RPC-686 has been noted be fluent in French and English, although RPC-686's English is accented. RPC-686 has not attempted to harm any Authority personnel, and in one instance, has shown willingness to protect staff from harm.

RPC-686's anomalous properties manifest when RPC-686 is fatally injured. Upon the neutralization of RPC-686, RPC-686 will re-manifest in the location it was last sighted in. The source of RPC-686’s anomalous properties is currently unknown, but has been theorized that RPC-686 is subject to a localized temporal hazard. Further evidence to support this theory is the fact that RPC-686 does not undergo the process of aging. RPC-686 has been found to be able to extend its anomalous properties to biological organisms, causing a copy of the organism to re-manifest shortly after the remanifestation of RPC-686. However, it has been found that this process only works within certain conditions. Attempts to replicate inorganic material using the same method has resulted in failure.

Addendum-686-A—Discovery: RPC-686 was discovered on 26/█/1999, when RPC-686 was shot fatally by accident during a military exercise outside of Amiens, France. RPC-686 re-manifested 5 seconds later, completely unharmed. The French Army contacted the Authority, who proceeded to contain RPC-686 at Site-279. Adrien Molyneux, the leader of MST Echo-07, recommended that RPC-686 join Echo-07 after testing, albeit with some limitations.

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