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The wall constructed to contain RPC-133, near the shore of [REDACTED].

Item #: RPC-133

Object Class: Beta

Containment Protocols: RPC-133 is contained near OL-Site-██, utilizing a combination of riot barricades, constructed concrete-steel wire walls with a 10 metre gap in between, concrete towers allowing for clear 360o view and bullet-resistant Plexiglass vehicle gates constructed 50 metres away from RPC-133's known area of effect. There are four checkpoints, labelled A through D and to be designated as Checkpoint-133-A through -D when recording information relevant to said location. The walls are to be checked for damage every 24 hours and repaired with an 8 man Authority Security Force guarding the maintenance personnel when doing so. Should any unidentified humans approach during repairs, Protocol Deviant-133-1 is to be undertaken.

No personnel not employed by the Authority are to permitted entry or exit for RPC-133 at any point. Authority personnel with the intent to enter RPC-133 must submit themselves to searches for viable weaponry and hazardous equipment prior to entry and said items will be retained until their return. All RPC personnel entering RPC-133 will also be required to attach an unmodifiable GPS locator on their body until their return. All RPC personnel deaths should be submitted using standard paperwork and filed by the Site Director.

As of Incident 133-1, new rooms have been constructed connecting to the wall and ramparts have been added to the walls' interiors allowing for overwatch on both sides of the walls. The room will have 2 armed personnel - one guarding each entrance - and are located 25 metres away from each checkpoint on the side facing RPC-133. Should any subjects entering become hostile, authorisation to terminate will be granted so long as the safety of the doctor is not at stake.

Description: RPC-133 is a small sector of land located within the Ellesmere Island with an approximate area of 58,815.72km2 and a perimeter of 970.08km, with an estimated population of approximately 400 to 600 humans of both the female and male sex. Any and all humans within the perimeter of RPC-133 will be reconditioned to find matters such as death, pain, torture and similar acts comical whilst the idea of life, relief and safety are repulsive. It also appears to reduce inhibitions against these types of actions as well, although there is little evidence to support this currently recorded.

There is no recorded link between height, weight, diet, race, illnesses, genetic disorders or other known physical factors and no known entity or object of interest propagating this effect. The effects of reconditioning will begin to appear after 20 minutes spent past the border1, however this conditioning will clear from the affected after an period of time relevant to the person entering:

\begin{align} t = a({o-i \over g}) \end{align}

where $t$ is the time before the reconditioning disappears in milliseconds, $a$ is the age of the subject, $i$ is the total time in hours spent within the RPC rounded up, $o$ is the total time spent outside the RPC in hours rounded down and $g$ is the gender of the subject - male is 12 and female is 15.

Subjects who are born within the region are considered separate from this and to be classed as an instance of RPC-133-1 - when removed, their reconditioning will not naturally disappear. They will continue to exhibit effects of RPC-133's reconditioning regardless of time spent outside of it or distance between the RPC, and will attempt to migrate into other societies in order to find larger groups of humans to terminate and potentially send back to RPC-133. Whether this is by choice is unknown, due to the aggression typically displayed when approached by Authority forces.

Due to the reduced inhibition towards harmful actions, there have been cases where people spending extended time in the region will become psychopathic at an increased rate. These are not to be considered an instance of RPC-133-1 nor separate types of instances. These individuals do not make any mention of any entity controlling their thoughts or actions, and any attempts to pacify them typically incites aggression. Class C amnestics have seen varied usefulness in reversing the effects of psychopathy, with an estimated 37% relapse rate.

The effects of RPC-133 do not override natural human instinct - humans will still seek cover from rain via standard abodes, caves, trees, umbrellas, etc. They will also seek medical aid concerning menial illnesses from verified physicians2 - for this reason and reasons listed in Incident Log 133-1, RPC has deployed multiple physicians on the border as per Containment Protocols - and still retain self-preservation reflexes, e.g. avoiding vehicular manslaughter and will not commit suicide. Somewhat contradictory to RPC-133's effects, they will also conceive, birth and raise children as well. They have been numerous cases of child abuse within the region however, and minor interviews have concluded they are disgusted by themselves should they perform these actions.

The Authority have successfully secured a security retinue of ██ unmarked military vessels from the Royal Canadian Navy Forces, all capable of intercepting aquatic, aerial and submersible vehicles at a range of 200m plus. They are under strict orders to "inquire once, then shoot on sight" — do not interfere with their operations without announcing a flight plan at least 1 hour prior on official channels using callsign 'Autonomy 973'. Flights over RPC-133 will also be forbidden due to this and all forbidden airspace repositories globally have been updated to reflect this, registered under P-███ and R-█████.


1. on average, test conducted using 200 unique individuals. Magnitude of variance between this time is 2 minutes, both more and less.
2. physicians are not to be allowed entry to RPC-133, after actions listed in Incident Log 133-1. Designated emergency aid points have been listed in the Containment Protocols. Failure to adhere will result in mandatory reassignment and will be administered Class B EGs.

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