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The Department of Object Classifications is an oft-neglected division of the many-toothed beast that is RAISA. The small 10-man office is responsible for upkeep of the standard object classes, reclassification of anomalies, and introduction of new or archived classes back into the database at large for the entire Foundation. These are their stories.


From: Dr. Alto Clef
To: Department of Object Classifications
Subject: hey
Date: 07-03-2031

can we drag apollyon out of the archives again? I wanna use it for something.

Sent from my iPhone

- clef


From: Department of Object Classifications
To: Dr. Alto Clef
Subject: Re: hey
Date: 07-03-2031

Dr. Clef, the Apollyon object class was archived due to being an unnecessary addition to a document that could be assigned a standard Keter designation. Reactivating it would be a costly and lengthy measure that would serve no valid purpose. Indeed, it would actually end up being more confusing for researchers and agents attempting to search the database. Thank you for your time, but your application has been denied. Additionally, protocol is that you assign your e-mails a more specific subject line than "hey", and refrain from communicating to Foundation servers on an unsecured device.

Regards,
RAISA Agent Daniel Buchanan


From: Dr. Alto Clef
To: Department of Object Classifications
Subject: Re: Re: hey
Date: 07-03-2031

i dont care im using it anyway

what are you gonna do, file paperwork at me?

Sent from my iPhone

- clef


From: Dr. Alto Clef
To: Department of Object Classifications
Subject: Re: Re: Re: hey
Date: 07-03-2031

someone else used it, im no longer special

im getting rid of it

Sent from my iPhone

- clef


WIP

Don't continue

From: Dr. Ralph Roget
To: Department of Object Classifications
Subject: object class application
Date: 07-03-2031

Hello.

I'd like to request we reactivate the Thaumiel designation for use alongside the standard object classes. It would designate an anomaly that is currently being used by Foundation personnel to contain or neutralize other anomalies. Due to its nature, it would be relatively uncommon and shouldn't be an issue to reactivate. I've attached a spreadsheet below.

Regards,
Dr. Ralph Roget

Files:
thaumiel.xls


From: Department of Object Classifications
To: Dr. Alto Clef
Subject: Re: object class application
Date: 07-03-2031

Dr. Roget,

Attached is an image of your spreadsheet.

excel.JPG

Regardless, due to its potential use in future anomalies as our methods of containment grow ever more complex, the Thaumiel designation has been approved for use alongside the standard object classes. Congratulations.

Regards,
RAISA Agent Daniel Buchanan


From: Dr. Ralph Roget
To: Department of Object Classifications
Subject: object class application
Date: 07-03-2031

Oh.

I didn't think anybody, y'know, worked in that department anymore. I must've attached the incorrect file. My apologies.

Regards,
Dr. Ralph Roget



From: [UNDEFINED]
To: Department of Object Classifications
Subject: containmentpunk 2077
Date: 07-03-2031

so, I was looking through the archives, and I found out that this office approved the object class "Archon" in 2016. my advice: fuckin

- Xyankster
(I legally had my name changed in 2059!)


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