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.

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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Meta-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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