RPC-132 en su contenedor. NOTA: Si no ves una lata de café, estás bajo los efectos de las "Hojas de Té" esto no debe ser causa de preocupación.

Item #: RPC-132

Clasificacion del Objeto: Alfa Beta

Protocolos de Contención: La iniciativa de propaganda de medios "Hojas de Té" debe ser iterada y desplegada por agentes integrados en todas las principales redes de medios en el Reino Unido. Los agentes deben implementar al menos cuatro cargas útiles diarias del Subliminador Memetico Addams-Meywether. Para obtener información sobre la iniciativa "Hojas de Té", consulte el Documento Seguro #132. Debido al éxito abrumador de la iniciativa "Hojas de Té", este RPC se clasificará como Alfa. (Vea Apéndice 132-4)

Mientras que los sitios de manifestación de RPC-132 hasta ahora solo se han confirmado en el Reino Unido, todo el personal de la Autoridad debe informar inmediatamente a sus superiores si se encuentran con casos de RPC-132 fuera del Reino Unido. Debido a los esfuerzos de la Autoridad, todos los demás países del mundo reconocen a RPC-132 como contrabando, y deben ser tratados como tales. Las iniciativas de propaganda mediática basadas en la iniciativa "Hojas de Té" están listas para desplegarse en cada país en caso de necesidad.

In the rare occurrence of an instance of RPC-132-1 manifesting, Authority agents must engage and terminate on sight. The corpse must be incinerated immediately. All instances of RPC-132-1 must be pursued and terminated no matter the cost. Under no circumstances should Authority personnel pursue RPC-132-1 instances into any kind of tunnel system. This includes, but is not limited to: sewers, storm drains, subways, and metro networks. (See Addendum 132-1.)

Any non-Authority witnesses to any instance of RPC-132-1 are to be detained at Site 14 until amnestics can be administered. Suitable cover stories are to be implanted, at the discretion of the Agent.

Description: RPC-132 is a brand of instant coffee powder contained within a 32.7 x 24.3 x 19.7 cm rectangular tin container, holding almost exactly 200g of RPC-132 powder, topped by a tin lid that provides an air-tight seal. The container is emblazoned with a distinctive logo of a large cartoon rodent that makes it easily recognisable.1
The first known instance of RPC-132 was secured by Authority agents on the 8th of August 189█, from the family run convenience store located on the corner of ███████ street in Finsbury, London.

RPC-132 anomalously materialises onto the shelves of supermarkets and convenience stores all over the United Kingdom. Manifestation events happen every 8 hours, however the exact store (and shelf) RPC-132 materialises at has been concluded as ‘entirely random’. Between 3 to ██ instances of RPC-132 will materialise each time, and will neatly fit onto a shelf as if put there by hand.

CCTV footage from before and after materialisation, shows that other products on the shelves are moved to make room for RPC-132 instances, however the other products are left neatly arranged with their labels facing forward as normal.

Materialisation is instantaneous, and all CCTV footage has been unable to give any useful data. Footage shows a few frames with RPC-132 not being present, then the next frame RPC-132 is present. Attempts to capture an event with a high speed camera with a much higher FPS are ongoing.

When questioned, no member of staff from any store has any memory of ordering, receiving, or placing RPC-132 on their shelves. Testing performed on staff, recording equipment, and the building at multiple manifestation sites has found no other anomalous properties or activity of any kind.

The anomalous properties of RPC-132 appear after an organic entity consumes the powder in some way. RPC-132 can be ingested in its powdered form, or mixed with liquid. The effects remain the same. Any organic entity that ingests any amount of RPC-132 is immediately and irrecoverably considered a Stage 1 RPC-132-1 instance.

Upon ingestion, subjects (henceforth Stage 1 RPC-132-1s) will exhibit no abnormal properties or behaviour for the first 24 hours. However after the first 24 hours have passed Stage 1 RPC-132-1s will enter Stage 2, where they become photosensitive, skittish, and more rodent-like in their mannerisms and overall behaviour. The speed of this change is dependent on the total amount of RPC-132 consumed by the Stage 1 RPC-132-1 in the first 24 hours, although all Stage 1 RPC-132-1s will aggressively refuse to consume any more RPC-132 after exactly 24 hours from first consumption.2

48 hours after initial consumption all RPC-132-1s will enter the 3rd and final Stage. In this Stage, RPC-132-1’s become frantic and aggressive, and will attempt to reach the nearest sewer system, subway system, or any other tunnel-like system, to the exclusion of any other goal, including self preservation actions such as eating, drinking, or sleeping. Stage 3 RPC-132-1 become extremely hazardous as they show signs of reduced cognitive functions, increased physical strength, increased speed, and increased resistance to trauma.

All attempts to communicate with any species at Stage 3 have been unsuccessful. Either Stage 3 RPC-132-1's lose the ability to understand, or they chose to ignore communication attempts.

All attempts to halt or reverse the progression of RPC-132-1 stages has met with failure, however testing is ongoing. Long term containment and testing is currently impossible due to Stage 3 RPC-132-1’s refusal to eat or drink to sustain themselves, however they will survive for 7 days on average upon reaching Stage 3. (See Addendum 132-3)

Post-mortem autopsies report no changes to any biological structures or systems of RPC-132-1s.
It is currently unknown how RPC-132 affects the behaviour and mannerisms of subjects at Stages 2 and 3, or how it increases the physical abilities of subjects at Stage 3.

Addendum 132-1: Due to the events of Incident 132-62, the containment procedures of RPC-132 have been updated. For more information, see Incident Report 132-62.

Addendum 132-2: Analysis of Squad 2's RPC-132-1 tracking beacon pulses towards the final 3.5 minutes of Incident 132-62 have concluded that the beacon was not malfunctioning, and was actually transmitting a message in Morse Code. Upon deciphering the patterns research staff found that the beacon had repeated the following message 6 and a half times before abruptly ceasing:

Addendum 132-3: Based on events of Incident 132-183, all further testing and experiments with RPC-132 on organic subjects are immediately placed on hold pending Level 4 review.

Addendum 132-4: RPC-132 has been reclassified as a Beta by the Global Directors, due to events and possible outcomes of Incident 132-241.

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