Threats & Hazards

The Authority deals with a large variety of dangerous objects, entities, and environments. Listed below are some of the most common hazards that Authority personnel encounter. If you are cataloging an RPC that is not described by one of these hazards then you may make a new one. If you make a new hazard then you must include an explanation in the footnotes.

Anomalous Properties

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Aggression Hazard: Entity shows hostility towards staff or humans in general.
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Animated Hazard: Anomaly shows the ability of free movement. This can only be used if the Anomaly is not alive.
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Aquatic Hazard: Anomaly affects water or is related to water.
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Climatological Hazard: Object can affect the weather.
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Ecological Hazard: Object is hazardous to the workings of the biosphere.
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Extra-terrestrial Hazard: Refers to objects outside of earth in location or origin.
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Geological Hazard: Object can alter topology.
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Grouped Hazard: Object operates within a group of similar anomalies.
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Ballistic Hazard: Object has ranged capabilities.
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Mechanical Hazard: An object that is a machine, this includes electrical and traditional machines.
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Organic Hazard: Anomaly is organic in nature.
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Regenerative Hazard: Object shows regenerative abilities.
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Sapient Hazard: Denotes an entity capable of high-level thinking and reasoning.
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Self-Replicating Hazard: Object can construct more of itself.
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Sentient Hazard: Denotes an entity capable of feeling base-level emotions and demonstrating awareness of its surroundings.
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Transmutable Hazard: Object can change in form.

Physical Hazard Subclasses

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Bio-Hazard: A biological threat stemming from microorganisms and virulent entities.
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Contact Hazard: Object is hazardous to touch.
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Corrosive Hazard: Object displays corrosive abilities.
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Electric Hazard: Personnel in the area are at risk of being electrocuted.
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Explosive Hazard: Personnel in the area are at risk of harm from explosive objects.
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Extreme Temperatures: Temperatures around an area or object can reach extremes.
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Magnetic Hazard: Object displays magnetic abnormalities.
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Radiation Hazard: Area or object gives off radiation harmful to humans.
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Toxic Hazard: Environment or object is chemically toxic to humans.

Reality Hazard Subclasses

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Chronological Hazard: Object generates or alters time in some way.
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Extra-dimensional Hazard: Object exhibits multidimensional properties.
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Gravitational Hazard: Object alters the gravity of an area in some way
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Immeasurable Hazard: Object's effects are impossible to quantify with current scientific knowledge.
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Anti-Physical Hazard: Physics do not follow standard models.
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Tychokinetic Hazard: Any object that affects the chance of one event or another from happening

Cognito-Hazard Subclasses

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Auditory Hazard: Hearing can trigger anomalous effects.
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Ideological Hazard: Object is hazardous to a subject's preconceived notions and beliefs.
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Info-Hazard: Information can trigger anomalous effects.
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Memory Alteration Hazard: Object is capable of altering memories.
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Sensory Hazard: Object has a permanent or temporary effect on the proper functioning of the subject's senses.
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Visual Hazard: Viewing can trigger anomalous effects.
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