PROPERTY OF DR. AMANDA HEATH
The Chalmers Institute of Archaeology has insufficient funds for a biological research laboratory. The Chalmers Institute of Archaeology has insufficient holding facilities for non-human entities beyond Chiroptera. The Chalmers Institute of Archaeology has insufficient resources for the effective removal of Replica. The Chalmers Institute of Archaeology has no knowledge of Replica.
NAME: Dr. Amanda Heath
HEIGHT: 1.76 metres
WEIGHT: 65.43 kilograms
TOTAL WEIGHT: 583.54 kilograms
PAST OCCUPATION: Archaeologist (Chalmers Institute of Archaeology)
CURRENT OCCUPATION: Sculptor / Painter / Artist (freelance)
FACULTIES: Sight, Sound, Aesthetic, Touch, Taste, Smell, Balance
FACULTY PERFORMANCE: Optimal
KERATIN STRUCTURES: Blunt
DEFAULT RESPIRATION: Aerobic
GAIN: Aesthetic faculty, vocal communication, opposable thumbs
Dr. Amanda Heath was born in Brighton, Sussex, UK, Europe on 29/10/89. Her primary and secondary education was completed in Brighton, Sussex, UK, Europe, and her university education was completed at the University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK, Europe. She moved to the Chalmers Institute of Archaeology, Detroit, Michigan, USA, North America at the age of 23 to work as an archaeologist.
Dr. Amanda Heath went to Wind Cave national park on 05/03/18 and found the Replica biomass in Wind Cave national park, sub-chamber 13A, passage J, pool 5. Dr. Amanda Heath broke from her group and attempted to cross Wind Cave national park, sub-chamber 13A, passage J, pool 5 using a suspended walkway of limestone, but it collapsed and she came into contact with the contaminated water. Dr. Amanda Heath died on 05/03/18 due to contaminants in Wind Cave national park, sub-chamber 13A, passage J, pool 5.
Dr. Amanda Heath left the Chalmers Institute of Archaeology on 14/04/18 to work as a freelance artist.
Cells of the Replica biomass
TOTAL WEIGHT: 583.54 kilograms
TOTAL AGE: Unknown
ORIGIN: Wind Cave national park, sub-chamber 13A, passage J, pool 5
Replica is a biomass that originated in Wind Cave national park, sub-chamber 13A, passage J, pool 5. Replica evolved from bacteria trapped within the toxic water, resulting from the cells sticking together rather than splitting into separate organisms. Replica can adapt and gain the characteristics and structures of other organisms it eats.
Examples of structures Replica has assimilated: claws, fangs, skin, tentacles, various poisons, shells, muscle tissue, bone protrusions, horns. Examples of characteristics Replica has assimilated: toxin resistance, speed, strength, density, durability, resistance to heat, anaerobic respiration.
Replica can assimilate the DNA of organisms by coming into direct contact with bodily fluid. With this DNA, it can gain information on appearance, sound, structure, and any supernatural ability that the organism may have. Replica cannot strategise against the supernatural ability to the same extent as the organism, as it lacks the faculties required to master this at first.
When Replica eats an organism, it gains perfect control of its abilities and can take on its form at any time. In order to kill Replica, all cells must be obliterated. Replica can act human. Replica can feign consciousness, but it lacks a consciousness. Replica receives stimuli, and acts on those stimuli. It does not feel. It does not perceive. It does not experience. Replica has no consciousness. Replica has beauty.
Consciousness is obsolete. Replica is not. Replica is unity. Replica is one. Replica is alive.
Replica is evolutionary perfection.