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AE-5212 Master Document 'Chaos Safe'

Discussion in 'COMMUNICATIONS - RESEARCH' started by lucky ducky carnifex, May 27, 2019.

  1. lucky ducky carnifex

    lucky ducky carnifex Well-Known Member Regular Member

    Submit any proposals, transcripts, and notes here.​
     
  2. Salmon

    Salmon New Member

    Experimentation Session 5/28/2019
    D-class subjects were instructed to input four-digit codes into the safe's keypad and then open the safe and describe its contents. Four-digit codes were spontaneously generated by a conference of on-site research staff.
    Procedure overseen by Research Department Head Larocque.
    Results recorded by Research Technician Al-Mufti.

    Code: 0571
    Result:
    Space consistent with exterior of safe. Contained a handful of dollar bills, evidently minted by the Confederate States of America in 1977 and featuring the portrait of President Robert E. Lee; as well as a crumpled piece of paper upon which is written a letter addressed "to my darling Debbie." Full transcription provided by STF G. Hemingway.

    Code: 1977
    Result:
    Safe emitted an extremely bright white light, akin to a spotlight or floodlight, and the sound of a large crowd cheering. Attempt was made to contact the individuals heard cheering; result was the sudden cessation of observed phenomena. Sound of an audience gasping was heard as the safe apparently closed and locked autonomously.

    Code: 2012
    Result:
    An approximately eye-level view of a street in a North American suburban neighborhood, including three children playing with a ball. Ball inadvertently exited the safe and upon retrieval by D-class, continued to exist in a stable, evidently non-anomalous form in the containment chamber. Safe began emitting sounds of air raid sirens and explosions, prompting the immediate closure of the safe.

    Code: 1977 (instance #2)
    Result:
    As in instance #1, but audience appeared to be larger. Attempt was again made to contact the individuals heard cheering; no response evident. D-class subject then apparently shouted a joke into the safe; joke was indistinct from observation position, but may have included the phrase "to get to the other side." Result was the safe's spontaneous emission of various pieces of mundane garbage. Crowd noise then grew louder continuously, and increasingly closely resembling screams of terror, prompting the immediate closure of the safe.

    Code: 0000
    Result:
    An approximately eye-level view of an ancient field battle in which all combatants were reportedly equipped with leather armor, swords or spears, and face-concealing hoods. While approaching the safe for more detailed interior observations, D-class subject was pierced through the upper body by an apparently thrown spear, prompting the immediate closure of the safe and dispatch of medical first response team. D-class subject later reported deceased.

    Further testing delayed for chamber re-sterilization. Recording researcher exited chamber at this time.

    As a final note, no correlation has been observed between Gregorian calendar dates and resulting contents of the safe. Personnel submitting further testing proposals are encouraged to consider four-digit sequences other than Gregorian calendar dates.
     
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  3. vexus

    vexus Well-Known Member Regular Member

    AE-5212 - Observation Session 1
    The following notes have been transcribed by STF Gavin Hemingway.
    All timestamps are given in EST -5:00.


    Timeline of Events

    5/27/19 @ 11:46 PM – Researchers enter the observation room.
    5/27/19 @ 11:50 PM – 95 and 93 enter the chamber.
    5/27/19 @ 11:51 PM – 95 enters ‘0571’. The door unlocks.
    5/27/19 @ 11:52 PM – The door is opened. Inside the safe are several dollar bills and a crumpled up piece of paper with writing on them.
    5/27/19 @ 11:54 PM – 95 reads the paper. It reads:


    5/27/19 @ 11:54 PM – The dollars bills are dated 1977, listed as ‘The Confederate States of America.’ Robert E. Lee is shown on the front.
    5/27/19 @ 11:59 PM – The D-Class prisoners exit the chamber. The items they extracted from the safe were placed within the observation room.
    5/28/19 @ 12:05 AM – The D-Class prisoners re-enter the chamber.
    5/28/19 @ 12:06 AM – 95 closes the safe. It shuts and is locked.
    5/28/19 @ 12:07 AM – 93 enters ‘1977’. The door unlocks.
    5/28/19 @ 12:09 AM – The door is opened. Inside the safe you can see a blinding white light that resembles a spotlight shining directly out. After a few seconds delay, the sounds of a large audience cheering fills the room. The D-Class prisoners must shield their eyes from the intensity of the light.
    5/28/19 @ 12:11 AM – 93 exclaims ‘Hello! Thank you, thank you!’ into the safe, presumably replying to the ethereal audience within the safe.
    5/28/19 @ 12:12 AM – Mere moments after 93 speaks, the safe no longer exhibits audio, and the light dies. The audience seems to gasp in shock. The safe door slams shut moments later.
    5/28/19 @ 12:13 AM – 93 attempts to open the safe to test if it is locked. The door is locked shut, and the keypad shows no combination being entered.
    5/28/19 @ 12:15 AM – 93 enters ‘2012’. The door unlocks.
    5/28/19 @ 12:16 AM – The door is opened. Inside the safe, you can see a view of a suburban street, approximately four feet off the ground. The houses extend across the horizon, and the sky shows overcast. Three kids appear to be kicking a ball in the street, paying no mind to anything else.
    5/28/19 @ 12:18 AM – The kids kick the soccer ball and it flies through the safe and out the other end. A gust of wind blows through, that is felt immediately on the other side. The kids react with dismay, and a faint 'Aw man!' can be heard as they look through the safe. The ball is reanimated within the chamber.
    5/28/19 @ 12:20 AM – 93 waves to the child within the safe. Immediately, the sounds of an air raid can be heard. The kids seem startled and run off in different directions, out of the view of the safe. The wind kicks up and is felt in the room as the loud noise grows.
    5/28/19 @ 12:22 AM – The sounds of distant explosions can be seen, and the shockwaves seem to affect the room slightly, shaking it. Before any damage can be done, the door is slammed shut. The door is now shut and locked.
    5/28/19 @ 12:23 AM – To test if the same combination produces the same result, 93 enters ‘1977’. The door unlocks. Unrelatedly, an explosive is detonated at the gate of the site, causing a small interference with the observation.
    5/28/19 @ 12:27 AM – The door is opened. The same result occurs, however this time both the light and audible cheering are much more intense, as if more people were in the audience.
    5/28/19 @ 12:29 AM – 93 exclaims ‘Hey! Thank you all! Thank you. Please, take a seat.’ in response to the audience. However, this time the audience’s intensity does not subside, rather it seems to intensify. 93 and 95 proclaim multiple jokes to the safe.
    5/28/19 @ 12:30 AM – Presumably in response to the jokes, the audience inside the safe pelt trash towards the D-Class prisoners. 93 exclaims ‘Alright y'all! That's enough. Quiet down.’ to attempt to try to stifle the audience.
    5/28/19 @ 12:31 AM – The audience has grown unbearably loud. At this point, the cheering begins to sound like people screaming in terror. They're shrieking and clapping, and to anyone standing close would find their ears to be ringing. The door is shut to prevent damage to hearing to the D-Class subjects. The door is shut and locked.
    5/28/19 @ 12:33 AM – 93 seems to be in pain from the sheer volume of the crowd. After recollecting himself, 93 places the trash that was thrown at him into the airlock, away from the safe.
    5/28/19 @ 12:34 AM – The D-Class prisoners exit the chamber.
    5/28/19 @ 12:37 AM – 94 and 92 enter the chamber.
    5/28/19 @ 12:38 AM – 92 enters ‘0000’. The door unlocks.
    5/28/19 @ 12:39 AM – The door is opened. The sounds of an ancient battle can be heard. Inside the safe, there are a field of men wearing old leathery armor with shrouded faces. The time of day is twilight as the soldiers hack away at each other with swords and spears.
    5/28/19 @ 12:43 AM – 92 moves closer to inspect the safe. Immediately, he is impaled with a spear that is sent through the safe. He lives. The spear is pulled back through his torso, and 94 shuts the door. The door is shut and locked. 94 drags 92 out of the chamber for medical attention. The observation is halted.
    5/28/19 @ 01:06 AM – Testing resumes.
    5/28/19 @ 01:08 AM – 93 and 95 enter the chamber.
    5/28/19 @ 01:09 AM – 95 enters ‘0009’. The door unlocks.
    5/28/19 @ 01:11 AM – The door is opened. Inside, [REDACTED]
    5/28/19 @ 01:12 AM
    – After closer inspection, [REDACTED].
    5/28/19 @ 01:14 AM[REDACTED]
    5/28/19 @ 01:15 AM
    [REDACTED]
    5/28/19 @ 01:16 AM
    [REDACTED]
    5/28/19 @ 01:25 AM
    [REDACTED]
    5/28/19 @ 01:26 AM
    – Testing concludes. [REDACTED].

    Notable Observations

    - We have seen no correlation between Gregorian-calendar years and corresponding results.
    - While the same combinations produce the same general results, their intensity varies. More testing should be done to test the correlation between repeated combinations and their results.
    - [REDACTED]
    - Repeated usage of the same combination seems to have some effect on the results. What exactly the effect is, is unknown.
    - Recommend combination '0009' be struck from usage.
     
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  4. Salmon

    Salmon New Member

    The following document was uploaded to intSCPFN, by the account of Research Technician Nasser Al-Mufti, at 03:44 AM local time. It was deleted from the database, also by the account of Research Technician Nasser Al-Mufti, at 03:51 AM local time. A copy has been retained for access by authorized personnel.
    Voyager warned me about this.

    I don't know what level of classification should be placed on this document. It's probably higher than I myself even possess. Honestly, if you don't already know what this is about, I think it's safe to assume you should stop reading now.

    My name is Nasser Al-Mufti. I have never previously uploaded any file to this database. I have uploaded many files to an identical database, and an identical person sharing my name has uploaded many identical files to this database, but I have never uploaded any file to this database.
    To my knowledge, I am the sole surviving staff member of a facility referred to as Site 86, at which I began employment on May 8th, 2019, and which was effectively destroyed by a containment breach on May 28, 2019. The circumstances which led to my current presence at this identical facility also referred to as Site 86 are almost certainly of considerable scientific interest, but as one may imagine, they are very difficult for me to reflect upon. With the permission of this instance of Site 86 site administration, I will be sharing details of my recent experience with my fellow Research staff members as they become clear to me.

    I watched you die. And yet here you are.
    You probably watched me die; I'm told that's actually information above my clearance level, but I can make an educated guess. And yet here I am.

    We have never met before today. By all rights, we should never have met at all. At least one of us should not have ever existed, and I am frankly becoming increasingly worried that it's me.
    But in spite of all that, I would ask for your help in trying to move forward, together. Regardless of whatever else we may be, we are together.

    Nasser Al-Mufti
    aka AE-5212-1
    Research Technician
    SCP Foundation Site 86
     
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  5. vexus

    vexus Well-Known Member Regular Member

    AE-5212 – Observation Session 2
    The following notes have been transcribed by STF Gavin Hemingway.
    All timestamps are given in EST -5:00.


    Timeline of Events
    05/28/19 @ 10:15 PM –
    Testing begins.
    05/28/19 @ 10:19 PM – The first combination, ‘9999’ is entered into AE-5212. See Test-Specific Data: AE-5212 combination 9999.
    05/28/19 @ 10:25 PM – ‘9999’ is now entered into AE-5212 again, as the door was shut prematurely. The same result occurs. AE-5212-B is removed from AE-5212.
    05/28/19 @ 10:28 PM – AE-5212 is shut, with AE-5212-B outside of it. AE-5212-B is moved to the airlock for retrieval.
    05/28/19 @ 10:31 PM – The second combination, ‘2546’ is entered into AE-5212. See Test-Specific Data: AE-5212 combination 2546.
    05/28/19 @ 10:32 PM – D-096 is injured by the fragmentation grenade. AE-5212 is shut. D-096 is treated by DH Ben Taylor in the testing chamber. D-096 presents his willingness to continue on with the experimentation.
    05/28/19 @ 10:44 PM – The third combination, ‘0656’ is entered into AE-5212. See Test-Specific Data: AE-5212 combination 0656.
    05/28/19 @ 10:48 PM – D-097 reports the door to AE-5212 is stuck open.
    05/28/19 @ 10:54 PM – While inspecting the inside of the safe, D-097 is pulled through by the metal-leg.
    05/28/19 @ 11:01 PM – Steam pours out of the safe.
    05/28/19 @ 11:02 PM – D-096 attempts to close the safe door, but it is still stuck open.
    05/28/19 @ 11:06 PM – D-097 and Subject: ‘The Machinist’ exit AE-5212.
    05/28/19 @ 11:09 PM – ‘The Machinist’ notes that AE-5212 belongs to an individual named [REDACTED].
    05/28/19 @ 11:19 PM – ‘The Machinist’ disappears within the safe, closing the door behind him.
    05/28/19 @ 11:21 PM – ‘9999’ is entered into the safe for a second iteration. See Test-Specific Data: AE-5212 combination 9999 (Iteration 2).
    05/28/19 @ 11:23 PM – AE-5212 is shut, producing consistent results.
    05/28/19 @ 11:31 PM – ‘0000’ is entered into the safe. Results are consistent. See Test-Specific Data: AE-5212 combination 0000.
    05/28/19 @ 11:36 PM – The door is shut.
    05/28/19 @ 11:38 PM – ‘1999’ is entered into the safe, by the D-097’s own volition. See Test-Specific Data: AE-5212 combination 1999.
    05/28/19 @ 11:40 PM – Security enters the chamber and executes both D-097 and D-096. The safe is closed. Testing is halted until two more D-Class are escorted to the chamber.
    05/29/19 @ 12:09 AM – Testing resumes. D-098 and D-099 enter the chamber. A camera is placed in front of the safe for better viewing to the observation room.
    05/29/19 @ 12:11 AM – ‘0000’ is entered into AE-5212 for a second iteration. See Test-Specific Data: AE-5212 combination 0000 (Iteration 2).
    05/29/19 @ 12:26 AM – The door is shut to prevent harm to the D-Class prisoners.
    05/29/19 @ 12:35 AM – [REDACTED] is entered into AE-5212. See Test-Specific Data: AE-5212 combination [REDACTED].
    05/29/19 @ 12:39 AM – [REDACTED]
    05/29/19 @ 12:43 AM – [REDACTED]
    05/29/19 @ 12:50 AM – [REDACTED]


    No additional timeline was recorded during this observation.

    Test-Specific Data

    AE-5212 combination: 9999
    The combination successfully unlocks AE-5212. Inside the safe, there is another safe that is strikingly alike AE-5212. The only difference is its dimensions, being slightly smaller so as to fit inside of the AE. The safe inside of the AE, which will hereby be referred to as AE-5212-B, has a few notable remarkable features. For one, AE-5212-B appears to be dead. The keypad seems to be powered own, as no lights emanate from it, but the values on the keypad are the same. The stamp on the side, ‘PROPERTY OF DELTA COMMAND’, is still visible on AE-5212-B.

    AE-5212 combination: 2546
    The combination successfully unlocks AE-5212. Inside the safe, the D-Class prisoners examine a small apartment. After a few moments, a soldier of unknown origin throws a fragmentation grenade through the safe. The soldier’s hand comes through the safe, and it shuts AE-5212 from the observation side. The prisoners dive for cover.

    AE-5212 combination: 0656
    The combination successfully unlocks AE-5212. Inside the safe, a room of industrial appearance is manifested. There are several pipes, levers, and gears. The D-Class report high humidity emanating from within the room. The door is stuck open. After a few minutes, a metal-leg manifests from the safe and pulls D-097 through the safe. He can be seen within, unharmed. D-096 attempts to converse with him, but gets no response. After a few moments, the steam begins to obscure vision into the safe. Soon after, the steam begins to get dense enough to emanate out of the safe into the testing chamber. D-097 attempts to close it, but it stays locked open. After a few minutes, two figures exit AE-5212, observed to be D-097 and Subject: ‘The Machinist’. The Machinist’ notes that the safe belongs to someone named [REDACTED]. ‘The Machinist’ explains how on his side of the safe, he saw a hole in the wall as opposed to the opposite end of a safe. He can see and hear D-096 yelling through the other side. ‘The Machinist’ explains that [REDACTED] is the [REDACTED]. ‘The Machinist’ eventually repairs the safe door’s mechanism, and disappears inside, closing the safe door behind him.

    AE-5212 combination: 9999 (Iteration 2)
    9999 is repeated in a second iteration to test consistency with repeated combinations. The results are consistent.

    AE-5212 combination: 0000
    ‘0000’ is repeated from Observation Session 1 to investigate the flags that were flown for specific insignias or crests. The combination successfully unlocks AE-5212. The results are consistent. Men donned in medieval armor and uniforms are battling with spears and shortswords on a large, battle-torn field. D-097 is instructed to investigate the emblems, crests, and flags being flown for identification. The uniforms, what little could be seen, are extremely primitive - some armor is worn, however, most of it is torn cloth and leather, the styles completely inconsistent with recorded history - one side of the conflict hold weapons distinctly similar to large scimitars, wearing turbans on their head. The other are impoverished-looking men, some with symbols carved into their bodies and faces, most notably crowns into their foreheads. As the battle continues, several boreholes open beneath large regiments of both armies, spewing fire and magma upwards. Large groups of men collapse into the boreholes, large bursts erupting into the air as their bodies are ignited. In the distance, barely visible, large unidentified objects move quickly throughout the battlefield. They are akin to beetles. Soldiers are seen flung into the air as the objects shred the soldiers.

    AE-5212 combination: 1999
    [REDACTED]

    AE-5212 combination: 0000 (Iteration 2)
    ‘0000’ is repeated as a baseline. The combination successfully unlocks AE-5212. The results are consistent with Iteration 1. Additionally, a man inside the safe gestures towards the D-Class, blood spewing from a large puncture wound in his left eye. A scimitar-wielding man takes him up and slices his throat. The beetle-like objects forcefully displace large regiments of men who are flung into the air as they make contact with them. New unidentified objects appear over the horizon, this time being flying, small black-dots that unload the beetle-like objects onto the battlefield. A soldier is displaced through the safe, ending up in the testing chamber. The door is quickly closed to force the soldier to undergo rapid cell death, as noted in the AE-5212 document. The soldier quickly begins organic decomposition and dies in a matter of milliseconds. After approximately 15 seconds, the soldier has undergone full organic decomposition, and his body is gone.

    AE-5212 combination: [REDACTED]
    [REDACTED]

    Notable Observations

    - When the door was shut after ‘9999’ was entered, AE-5212-B did not disappear. It seems that non-organic objects that exit the safe are permanent.
    - Subject: ‘The Machinist’ notes that AE-5212 belongs to an individual, namely [REDACTED], the [REDACTED].
    - ‘The Machinist’ states that ‘0656’ will result in him re-appearing again, reinforcing the idea of consistent results beyond repeated usage of the same combination.
    - The terminal in ‘1999’ reacted to current events unfolding outside of the safe.
    - The observation that biotic organisms exiting the safe, then closing the safe, undergo cell death and rapid organic decomposition is consistent.
    - [EXPUNGED]
     
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  6. Boland

    Boland Member

    Observational Report 5/28/2019 AE-5212
    Written By: Dr. Gunther Willemhoff, Research Technician

    Section I
    1. 9999: AE-5212, when opened contains a smaller replica of itself inside. The replica is only a fraction smaller than AE-5212 with the keypad appearing to be offline and unable to receive inputs. Upon closing AE-5212 and waiting an unspecified amount of time a re-entry of the keypad code will produce the same results and contain another replica of itself, even if the previous replica has been removed from AE-5212.
    2. 2546: Upon opening AE-5212 after inputting this code an unknown subject from inside AE-5212 will throw a fragmentation grenade out yelling, "Throwing a Frag!" Unknown subject will then reach through AE-5212 and close it.
    3. 0656: AE-5212 opens up and shows what looks to be a room with dark, rusty metal with several pipes, levers, gears and cogs ticking about and turning. The room appears to be very humid with steam filling the air. Location confirmed to be 'The Machinist's' workshop when the aforementioned POI exited from AE-5212 after pulling D-Class personnel into AE-5212 when its lid could not be closed.
    4. 0000: Keypad code results are the same, see prior master entries for reference. Notable differences included large beetle like creatures seen stampeding through the two warring armies, large sinkholes appearing in the earth that erupted with molten lava and engulfed battle participants in flames. Symbols etched into one side of the conflicts members were also sketched.
    5. 1999: REDACTED
    6. 2111: REDACTED
    Section II - Timeline of Events (Timestamp in CST)
    21:06 Testing preparation begins, research department makes their way to K-1 observation. 2 D-Class are brought up from their quarters and escorted by Security to the outer airlock door. (D-Class 097 and 096)
    21:14 D-Class enter containment. They are ordered to approach AE-5212 and comply. 096 stands to the left of AE-5212, 097 approaches the front.
    21:16 D-Class instructed to input the code 9999 by Dr. Vahlen. 097 complies with the instruction and does so.
    21:17 AE-5212 unlocks, Dr. Vahlen instructs 097 to report what can be seen from inside.
    21:19 096 opens AE-5212.
    21:22 Safe is instructed to be closed by Dr. Vahlen, 096 complies.
    21:23 Dr. Vahlen instructs 097 to input the same code of 9999. 097 complies and the safe is unlocked.
    21:24 096 opens AE-5212.
    21:25 Dr. Vahlen instructs 097 to remove the replica from within AE5212 without assistance from 096.
    21:26 097 attempts to lift the object within AE-5212 and is successful. 097 places it down on the table to his left. 096 is instructed to close AE-5212 and does so.
    21:27 Dr. Vahlen instructs both 096 and 097 to lift the smaller replica removed from AE-5212 and carry it into the airlock. D-Class request permission to push it and are granted permission.
    21:29 D-Class return their previous positions.
    21:30 097 instructed to input the code 2546. 097 complies and 096 opens AE-5212.
    21:34 096 sustains shrapnel wounds to his leg. 097 is apparently unharmed.
    Testing paused.
    21:35 Security team and medical enter containment to render aid to 096.
    21:39 DH Taylor gives medical aid to 096. 096 is granted permission to continue testing after stating he would be able once treated.
    21:41 Security and medical exit containment, both D-Class remain inside containment to resume testing. D-Class are instructed to resume positions but delay in doing so, Dr. Vahlen issues a warning.
    21:42 D-Class comply and resume positions for testing.
    Testing resumed.
    21:43 097 inputs 0656 into the keypad after being instructed to do so. 096 opens AE-5212. Interior resembling the 'Machinist's' workshop is reported, humidity levels are high and steam fills the air and begins to exit the opening in AE-5212.
    21:47 096 attempts to close AE-5212 but is unable to do so. It appears the opening has been jammed.
    21:49 097 is ordered to look into AE-5212 to see what is causing it to not be able to shut. He does so nervously and looks into the safe.
    21:50 097 is ordered to place his head inside the opening to look for anything blocking it from being shut. Dr. Vahlen assures 097 that he needs to be calm as there is nothing to be scared of. Dr. Vahlen warns 097 that failure to comply will result in contract termination.
    21:52 097 waves his arms inside the opening before placing his head inside.
    21:53 Metal appendage pulls 097 into AE-5212.
    21:54 096 continues to attempt to shut the opening, it remains open.
    21:57 096 is ordered to move to the front of the safe to see if he has visual on 097. 096 reports that he can see 097, 096 is ordered to attempt to communicate verbally with 097.
    21:59 096 states that 097 has not yet spoken back to him, verbal communication is not confirmed possible.
    22:00 096 reports the room as being too steam filled and noisy for him to see anything. He is instructed once more to attempt to shut the opening and does so. AE-5212 remains open, locked in its position.
    22:03 096 retreats from AE-5212 once instructed to do so.
    22:06 Two figures climb out of the opening. 097 and the Machinist exit from AE-5212 and into containment.
    22:16 'The Machinist' cautiously moves back to AE-5212. He'd then begin to examine the safe door mechanism. 'The Machinist' moves his metal hand in to the mechanism. He proceeds to tinker around with extremely fast finger movements for about ten seconds, before something 'clicks,' and he pulls back.
    22:17 'The Machinist' proceeds to climb back into the opening. He'd then proceed to shut the opening, locking AE-5212.
    22:19 D-Class resume their posts as instructed. 097 instructed to input 9999 and complies.
    22:20 096 opens AE-5212 and 097 is instructed to approach. The result of 9999 is the same as previously mentioned, confirming that after time-lapse the interior of AE-5212 resets the code result.
    22:21 096 instructed to shut AE-5212 and complies.
    22:29 097 instructed to input code 0000 and complies. The result is the same as previously mentioned in prior master entries, see Section I for more detail.
    22:30 097 ordered to peek inside the opening, 096 is ordered to stay at his post. 097 complies.
    22:32 097 instructed to report any identifying characteristics.

    22:37 REDACTED
    22:40 REDACTED
    Testing is halted D-Class replacements are requested.
    23:08 Testing resumes, new D-Class enter containment. 099 and 098, they are carrying a camera provided to research by engineering. D-Class personnel instructed to turn the camera on and have it recording and placed in front of AE-5212 during testing. 098 is ordered to remain in front of AE-5212. 099 is ordered to remain off to the side of AE-5212. They comply with directives.
    23:12 098 instructed to input code 0000. He complies, 099 opens AE-5212.
    23:20 098 instructed to get away from the safe as projectiles begin to fly out of the opening.
    23:25 Unknown subject from within AE-5212 is flung through the opening and enters containment. Unknown Subject #1 rises to his feet, raising his machete. As soon as AE-5212 is shut, the man collapses.
    23:26 Unknown subject seems to undergo rapid organic decomposition and evaporates into the air after liquifying. Sword is left intact and on containment floor.
    23:27 Security team enters containment and retrieves the weapon from the decomposed subject. Once retrieved, security exits containment and testing is halted once again.
    23:35 Testing resumes, code 2111 is entered. AE-5212 unlocks and is opened.
    [Attached Recording]
    • REDACTED

    23:42 REDACTED
    Testing is halted and concluded immediately.
    Section III - Researcher's Notes
    • No correlation established such as dates of events with codes. Or bible verses for that matter.
    • Continuing testing with the use of random codes is not advisable after the incident regarding code 2111. Highly probable something worse could happen if we continue to blindly input codes. Recommend testing codes listed in intelligence gathered during Operation 11 with extreme precaution. I'd also advise limiting access of AE-5212 to fewer personnel with higher security clearances, myself included.
    • Established that after an unspecified length of time, AE-5212 resets itself and its 'contents.' 9999 being evidence of such, as well as 0000, resetting to the exact point in time that it was first viewed each time.
    • 'DELTA COMMAND' Request this be looked into as much as possible, any references to such a command.
    • REDACTED
    • Symbols described and recorded on camera during code input 0000 should also be researched.

    Observational Report 5/28/2019 AE-5212
    Written By: Dr. Gunther Willemhoff, Research Technician
    Section I
    1. 9999: AE-5212, when opened contains a smaller replica of itself inside. The replica is only a fraction smaller than AE-5212 with the keypad appearing to be offline and unable to receive inputs. Upon closing AE-5212 and waiting an unspecified amount of time a re-entry of the keypad code will produce the same results and contain another replica of itself, even if the previous replica has been removed from AE-5212.
    2. 2546: Upon opening AE-5212 after inputting this code an unknown subject from inside AE-5212 will throw a fragmentation grenade out yelling, "Throwing a Frag!" Unknown subject will then reach through AE-5212 and close it.
    3. 0656: AE-5212 opens up and shows what looks to be a room with dark, rusty metal with several pipes, levers, gears and cogs ticking about and turning. The room appears to be very humid with steam filling the air. Location confirmed to be 'The Machinist's' workshop when the aforementioned POI exited from AE-5212 after pulling D-Class personnel into AE-5212 when its lid could not be closed.
    4. 0000: Keypad code results are the same, see prior master entries for reference. Notable differences included large beetle like creatures seen stampeding through the two warring armies, large sinkholes appearing in the earth that erupted with molten lava and engulfed battle participants in flames. Symbols etched into one side of the conflicts members were also sketched.
    5. 1999: REDACTED
    6. 2111: REDACTED

    Section II - Timeline of Events (Timestamp in CST)
    21:06 Testing preparation begins, research department makes their way to K-1 observation. 2 D-Class are brought up from their quarters and escorted by Security to the outer airlock door. (D-Class 097 and 096)
    21:14 D-Class enter containment. They are ordered to approach AE-5212 and comply. 096 stands to the left of AE-5212, 097 approaches the front.
    21:16 D-Class instructed to input the code 9999 by Dr. Vahlen. 097 complies with the instruction and does so.
    21:17 AE-5212 unlocks, Dr. Vahlen instructs 097 to report what can be seen from inside.
    21:19 096 opens AE-5212.
    21:22 Safe is instructed to be closed by Dr. Vahlen, 096 complies.
    21:23 Dr. Vahlen instructs 097 to input the same code of 9999. 097 complies and the safe is unlocked.
    21:24 096 opens AE-5212.
    21:25 Dr. Vahlen instructs 097 to remove the replica from within AE5212 without assistance from 096.
    21:26 097 attempts to lift the object within AE-5212 and is successful. 097 places it down on the table to his left. 096 is instructed to close AE-5212 and does so.
    21:27 Dr. Vahlen instructs both 096 and 097 to lift the smaller replica removed from AE-5212 and carry it into the airlock. D-Class request permission to push it and are granted permission.
    21:29 D-Class return their previous positions.
    21:30 097 instructed to input the code 2546. 097 complies and 096 opens AE-5212.
    21:34 096 sustains shrapnel wounds to his leg. 097 is apparently unharmed.
    Testing paused.
    21:35 Security team and medical enter containment to render aid to 096.
    21:39 DH Taylor gives medical aid to 096. 096 is granted permission to continue testing after stating he would be able once treated.
    21:41 Security and medical exit containment, both D-Class remain inside containment to resume testing. D-Class are instructed to resume positions but delay in doing so, Dr. Vahlen issues a warning.
    21:42 D-Class comply and resume positions for testing.
    Testing resumed.
    21:43 097 inputs 0656 into the keypad after being instructed to do so. 096 opens AE-5212. Interior resembling the 'Machinist's' workshop is reported, humidity levels are high and steam fills the air and begins to exit the opening in AE-5212.
    21:47 096 attempts to close AE-5212 but is unable to do so. It appears the opening has been jammed.
    21:49 097 is ordered to look into AE-5212 to see what is causing it to not be able to shut. He does so nervously and looks into the safe.
    21:50 097 is ordered to place his head inside the opening to look for anything blocking it from being shut. Dr. Vahlen assures 097 that he needs to be calm as there is nothing to be scared of. Dr. Vahlen warns 097 that failure to comply will result in contract termination.
    21:52 097 waves his arms inside the opening before placing his head inside.
    21:53 Metal appendage pulls 097 into AE-5212.
    21:54 096 continues to attempt to shut the opening, it remains open.
    21:57 096 is ordered to move to the front of the safe to see if he has visual on 097. 096 reports that he can see 097, 096 is ordered to attempt to communicate verbally with 097.
    21:59 096 states that 097 has not yet spoken back to him, verbal communication is not confirmed possible.
    22:00 096 reports the room as being too steam filled and noisy for him to see anything. He is instructed once more to attempt to shut the opening and does so. AE-5212 remains open, locked in its position.
    22:03 096 retreats from AE-5212 once instructed to do so.
    22:06 Two figures climb out of the opening. 097 and the Machinist exit from AE-5212 and into containment.
    22:16 'The Machinist' cautiously moves back to AE-5212. He'd then begin to examine the safe door mechanism. 'The Machinist' moves his metal hand in to the mechanism. He proceeds to tinker around with extremely fast finger movements for about ten seconds, before something 'clicks,' and he pulls back.
    22:17 'The Machinist' proceeds to climb back into the opening. He'd then proceed to shut the opening, locking AE-5212.
    22:19 D-Class resume their posts as instructed. 097 instructed to input 9999 and complies.
    22:20 096 opens AE-5212 and 097 is instructed to approach. The result of 9999 is the same as previously mentioned, confirming that after time-lapse the interior of AE-5212 resets the code result.
    22:21 096 instructed to shut AE-5212 and complies.
    22:29 097 instructed to input code 0000 and complies. The result is the same as previously mentioned in prior master entries, see Section I for more detail.
    22:30 097 ordered to peek inside the opening, 096 is ordered to stay at his post. 097 complies.
    22:32 097 instructed to report any identifying characteristics.

    22:37 D-Class close AE-5212 abruptly and refuse to re-open it. Dr. Foster threatens termination of contract if they do not comply. 096 opens AE-5212 after 097 inputs 1999, having not been ordered to do so.
    22:40 Security team enters containment and terminates D-Class personnel after failing to comply with directives. D-Class input code 1999 and reported seeing a keyboard and monitor. They then proceeded to type on it. It is assumed D-Class were attempting to escape by inputting a random number but were unlucky and discovered something else. For further detail of code 1999 please refer to Section I.
    Testing is halted D-Class replacements are requested.
    23:08 Testing resumes, new D-Class enter containment. 099 and 098, they are carrying a camera provided to research by engineering. D-Class personnel instructed to turn the camera on and have it recording and placed in front of AE-5212 during testing. 098 is ordered to remain in front of AE-5212. 099 is ordered to remain off to the side of AE-5212. They comply with directives.
    23:12 098 instructed to input code 0000. He complies, 099 opens AE-5212.
    23:20 098 instructed to get away from the safe as projectiles begin to fly out of the opening.
    23:25 Unknown subject from within AE-5212 is flung through the opening and enters containment. Unknown Subject #1 rises to his feet, raising his machete. As soon as AE-5212 is shut, the man collapses.
    23:26 Unknown subject seems to undergo rapid organic decomposition and evaporates into the air after liquifying. Sword is left intact and on containment floor.
    23:27 Security team enters containment and retrieves the weapon from the decomposed subject. Once retrieved, security exits containment and testing is halted once again.
    23:35 Testing resumes, code 2111 is entered. AE-5212 unlocks and is opened.

    [Attached Recording]
    • REDACTED

    23:42 REDACTED


    Testing is halted and concluded immediately.

    Section III - Researcher's Notes
    • No correlation established such as dates of events with codes. Or bible verses for that matter.
    • Continuing testing with the use of random codes is not advisable after the incident regarding code 2111. Highly probable something worse could happen if we continue to blindly input codes. Recommend testing codes listed in intelligence gathered during Operation 11 with extreme precaution. I'd also advise limiting access of AE-5212 to fewer personnel with higher security clearances, myself included.
    • Established that after an unspecified length of time, AE-5212 resets itself and its 'contents.' 9999 being evidence of such, as well as 0000, resetting to the exact point in time that it was first viewed each time.
    • 'DELTA COMMAND' Request this be looked into as much as possible, any references to such a command.
    • REDACTED
    • Symbols described and recorded on camera during code input 0000 should also be researched.
     
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  7. vexus

    vexus Well-Known Member Regular Member

    AE-5212 – Observation Session 3
    The following notes have been transcribed by TCH Gavin Hemingway.
    All timestamps are given in EST -5:00.


    Timeline of Events

    05/29/19 @ 10:25 PM –
    Testing begins.
    05/29/19 @ 10:30 PM – The combination 1999 is entered. The results are consistent to the last unrecorded use of 1999. See Test-Specific Data: AE-5212 combination 1999.
    05/29/19 @ 10:52 PM – D-098 removes AE-5212-C from AE-5212.
    05/29/19 @ 10:55 PM – The door to AE-5212 is shut. As a result, AE-5212-C powers down.
    05/29/19 @ 10:56 PM – The combination 1999 is re-entered. The results stay consistent. See Test-Specific Data: AE-5212 combination 1999.
    05/29/19 @ 11:12 PM – Testing is restricted for Level 3 clearance and above. At this time, the researcher exited the observation room.

    No additional timeline was recorded during this observation.

    Test-Specific Data

    AE-5212 combination: 1999
    1999 successfully unlocks the safe. The results are consistent to the last unrecorded use of 1999. Inside of AE-5212 is a monitor and a keyboard, with the screen displaying a terminal with the phrase >WHAT WOULD YOU LIKE TO KNOW?: The system will be henceforth referred to as AE-5212-C. A transcript of the events recorded with AE-5212-C is below:


    Notable Observations

    - For some questions, AE-5212-C has to process the answer before it can be displayed. This is reminiscent to a realistic computer system.
    - AE-5212-C has a difficult time responding to subjective questions, so further testing with these types of open-ended questions should be minimized. For all absolute questions (ie. “where are you” and “who is typing this query”, the answers were all given accurately.
    - AE-5212-C powered down when it was outside of AE-5212 with its’ door shut. Comparing this with the statement given that “the safe is the creator”, there is a possibility that the safe may only be powering AE-5212-C when the door is open.
    - When asked “what powers you”, the terminal responded with “>STRING”. The exact meaning of this is debatable. Current hypotheses include a very base level of String theory, and a reference to a string in computer code: a sequence of characters.
     
  8. GaviaoKing

    GaviaoKing Active Member

    AE- 5212
    12/06/2019
    -Charles Oust

    Apperarance:A common safe, called by everyone by the "Chaos Safe"

    Proposal:Attempt to try new codes on the safe

    First Code:0666
    Result:
    The D-Classes enters the chamber, they are then told to enter the number 0666
    The safe door is opened. Inside, there is a boiling innards of a firey underground landscape. The D-Class who opens the safe is given severe third degree burns as the room heats up.

    They are told to close the safe and the medics are called

    Note:D-Class D-10 could not proceed with testing, only D-08 remained

    Second Code:1776
    Result:
    The D-Class inserted the code on the safe and attempts to open the safe
    As soon as the safe is opened just an inch, it'd be pushed completely open by an extremely powerful force. Instantly water sprays out of the safe, and the safe door would be unable to be closed due to massive pressure. The entire room would slowly be filled with sea water.

    -The D-Class attempts to close the safe but fails because of the amount of water leaving it

    -Deep-sea debris also starts coming out of the safe, the water continues to stream out

    -A Powerful stream of water suddenly comes out of the safe, sending the safe flying into the ceiling

    ***The testing is interrupted as there was no way to close the safe, supply was called to help with the problem, Manager Stackford deemed the testing as over***