Hazard Levels

All abnormal objects, entities, and phenomena that necessitate intervention from us are given a hazard level. These levels are listed below. They are Green, Yellow, Red, and Black.

A particular abnormality's classification is subject to update and modification as research and our understanding of the object, entity, or phenomenon improves.

Hazard Levels

These are the most common Hazard levels used in assignments given to Abnormalities., and make up the bulk of the bureau's database.


These abnormals are mostly harmless. They can usually be safely contained with little to no issue. However, "Mostly" harmless does not mean completely harmless. These still require standard safety protocols and proper equipment.


Yellow evel abnormals are not as dangerous as the higher levels but still should not be taken lightly. While they are by no means safe, they can vary between unpredictable and outright malicious. They do not kill often, but leave nasty wounds. Containment protocols should take into account their unpredictable nature.


Red Level abnormalities are some of the most dangerous in containment. They are not to be taken lightly, and full force is authorized in the event of a breach. Protocols need to be methodical and well thought out, as to prevent breaches


There's very little we can do to reliably contain these abnormals. Full lethal force up to orbital bombardment is authorized in the event of a breach. If a breach is successful, personnel are to enter Class-V lockdown, until the all clear is given from the O/A Directorate. Protocols of Containment are complex and rigorous, and must succeed.

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