A-380
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lungypt

The regurgitated lung of an instance of A-380-1, cleaned.

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Asset ID: A-380

Threat Level: Yellow

Hazards: Pathogen, Architectural, Mind-Affecting

Active Protocols: Instances of A-380-1 are to be contained in standard airtight containment cells. Personnel requesting to interact with instances of A-380-1 are required to wear class-4 biohazard suits. Amnestic use may be granted to personnel after interacting with instances of A-380-1. At least 12 vials containing A-380 solution are to be kept in a secure cryogenic locker in the office of Dr. Eckert Letner. In the event of a breach of containment, class-A biohazard protocol is to be initiated.

Description: A-380 is an anomalous form of bloodborne virus that alters the psychological and physical makeup of infected humans. A-380 will enter a of 1-2 week incubation period upon infecting an individual. After the incubation period, individuals infected by A-380 will begin to experience symptoms such as fever, nausea, dissociative amnesia, internal pain, and decreased motor ability. Upon development of symptoms, individuals infected by A-380 are then designated A-380-1.

About 2-5 days after the onset of symptoms, instances of A-380-1 will begin to experience the long term effects of A-380. A-380 will begin to transform internal organs into miniaturized structures of Ptolemaic Egyptian architecture. Organs transformed by A-380 will be either regurgitated or forcibly removed by A-380-1. Despite the loss of major organs, A-380-1 instances will remain alive.

A-380-1 instances will enter a state of obsessive behavior about 2 weeks after infection, attempting to arrange removed organs in patterns resembling urban planning.

Addendum-1: The first known record of instances of A-380-1 was noted by Edward Linderbough in 1908. Linderbough documented in his journal his encounter of a group of natives outside the Temple of Dakka, near the present day Aswan Dam.

Following Linderbough's departure, four vials of A-380 infected blood were frozen and put into Edward Linderbough's personal collection. Following Lindenbough's death in 1913, the vials were successfully brought into custody.

Addendum-2: In 1997 an outbreak of A-380 was discovered by Initiative personnel. The infected individuals were successfully brought into custody, and a full scale documentation process of the symptoms and effects of A-380 began and was completed in 1998.

Approximately 5 months after the outbreak, fragments of the original mosaics at the Temple of Dakka taken by Linderbough surfaced.

The men who constructed(?) things from their flesh(blood?) now would[Incomplete] the powerful(Pharaoh?) vampiric Menehep would select their man to engage in competition. The tournaments fierce(?) the prize would be many concubines. When Menehep was amused the buildings (villages?) would be spared his sadistic wrath…

Addendum-3: Instances of A-380-1 have begun developing hostile behavior towards other instances of A-380-1. Instances of A-380-1 will now actively attempt to locate and attack other instances of A-380-1. A-380-1 will attempt to breach containment in order to attack other instances. A-380-1 will vocalize messages directed at other instances at all times except during discharge of affected organs. A list of recorded vocalizations is available below.

I CAN SEE YOU PREPARING TO ATTACK

WHY ARE YOUR TROOPS ON MY BORDER

WE WILL RAZE YOUR CITIES

I WILL PILLAGE YOU

FOR THE GLORY OF AMON RA

I WILL NOT SUBMIT

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