Project Personnel Info


Assigned Facility: Site-002

Research Lead: Bertold Dughir

Assigned MST(s): On-site ASF

Director of Containment: Reginald Plesk


Registered Phenomena Code: 695

Object Class: Beta-Orange Beta-Purple

Hazard Types: Ballistic Hazard, Sapient Hazard, Transmutation Hazard, Corrosive Hazard, Toxic Hazard, Auditory Hazard, Emotional Hazard, Sensory Hazard.

Additional Properties: Organic, Titanic.

Containment Protocols:

RPC-695 is to be contained in a humanoid containment cell, modified with reinforced stainless steel walls and be monitored under 24-hour surveillance every day.1 MST-Delta 1 "The Keepers"2 is to observe RPC-695 for 4 hours every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. RPC-695’s sleep schedule and low-glucose dietary intake are to be closely monitored to ensure a full 8-9 hours of rest on all weekdays. Use of high dosage, sleep-inducing drugs is suggested. On weekends, RPC-695 will be fed a modified meal-plan of glucose-heavy foods to prevent health risks. During this, RPC-695 is to be closely examined for 5 hours, as high amounts of glucose consumption can lead the subject to become extremely energetic, and its anomalous effects may act to a dangerous extent. Any incidents involving episodes of post-traumatic stress, hyperactivity, or increased aggression are to be immediately reported to the following site staff:

  • Reginald Plesk (Site Director)
  • Bertold Dughir (Lead Researcher of RPC-695 inquiries)
  • Miranda Thatcher (Professional Psychologist)


Picture taken by request of Dr. Bertold.

Description: RPC-695 is a Hispanic human male between 14-15 years of age.5 16 years of age. RPC-695 currently stands at 181cm and weighs 74 kg. RPC-695 possesses physical traits commonly associated with Mestizo6 ancestry, including a beige complexion, black hair, and brown eyes. It is to be noted that a minor cataract developed on the subject's left pupil.

RPC-695's most notable characteristics come in the form of an anomalous infection7, hereafter referred to as RPC-695-1, which has created alterations to various parts of the subject's body. Areas infected with this unidentified ailment exhibit discoloration in the form of orange skin pigmentation along with several open orifices which may secrete a mildly corrosive substance. RPC-695's general anatomy also displays several qualities which deviate greatly from the standard homo sapiens phenotype. The affected parts include the subject's mouth, toes, right arm, and left ear.

See Document 695-1 for a detailed log of RPC-695's physical anomalies.


RPC-695 with its mother prior to the RPC-695-1 effects.

Discovery: RPC-695 was discovered on 30/07/2005 close to the wreckage of a forest fire near the small northwestern town of █████, Texas. Local residents called the Texas Rangers Division and a series of reports involving an unidentified creature described as a "Chupacabra" were intercepted by embedded Authority Personnel. The creature had been spotted amidst an active brush fire in the █████ forest.

Upon arrival, ASF members spotted a creature that resembled a humanoid (hereby classified as RPC-695-2) of 3.75 meters in height causing destruction to the local forest. Upon initial contact, RPC-695-2 exhibited signs of severe disorientation. The subject moved in an erratic fashion, constantly changing courses. Personnel in the area noted that each limb of its body was moving individually without coordination, and most of them appeared to show muscle spasms. This accordingly resulted in a constant loss of balance. This detriment facilitated its capture, and after a physical confrontation with ASF, RPC-695's more anomalous properties would begin to regress, causing the subject to revert back into a more human appearance.

Following its detainment, ASF conducted a collateral damage inspection which confirmed that RPC-695 was responsible for one11 casualty but three children were found with similar chemical burns from those tested in Addendum 1, some showing the effects of the substance. After the incident, RPC-695 was brought onto Site-02 and was put under the supervision of the designated Lead Researcher Bertold Dughir.


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