Name: Tristan Puzzlehoff
Alias: Anonym; ACF-908 "Hyper-Sanity"
Rank: R-Class-A researcher on SV-5 "Strings" staff; Risky-class anomaly
Locations: L-9; transferred as necessary by order of Councilman Strings; occasional field work
Age: 22 y/o
Hair color: black
Eye color: grey-blue
Height: 1.88 m
Weight: 88.0 kg
Hobbies: self-reflection; psychoanalysis
On April [REDACTED], 2018, the Foundation intercepted reports in [REDACTED], Minnesota of an assailant that "Did not exist". Upon investigation, the assailant was found to be the being currently regarded as ACF-908-A-1 "The Leering Ace." Further investigation led the Foundation to young psychiatrist Tristan Puzzlehoff, and his cousin, [REDACTED]. Puzzlehoff had diagnosed himself with an advanced form of what he called "hyper-sanity," or a state of mind in which one is not lacking mental capacity and function, but instead has a surplus of such capacity and therefore a higher-than-average function. The investigation attracted the attention of [REDACTED] (Now SV-5 "Strings"), who offered either containment or employment by the Foundation to Dr. Puzzlehoff. Tristan agreed to entrance into the Foundation only if he could be both contained and employed by it.
ACF-908 was one of the last high-gradient risky-class anomalies contained before the Breach. ACF-908-A has several abilities due to his condition, most of which are related to the entity known as ACF-908-A=1. "Anonym's" abilities proved quite useful throughout the events of The Breach, and Strings would promote him to a higher rank, but Puzzlehoff would never accept the promotion.
[FILE REDACTED BY ORDER OF SV-5 "STRINGS"]
ACF-908-A "Anonym": See above file.
ACF-908-A-1 "The Leering Ace" is a psionic entity projected from the hypersane mind of ACF-908. During its time in ACF containment, it has taken many forms, as though trying to find one it's comfortable in. The most common is an eight-foot-tall monochrome clown, but shapes range from animals to plants to weapons. No matter the shape it takes, however, the entity remains monochromatic in coloration. The nature of the relationship between ACF-908 and ACF-908-A-1 is not entirely known, and remains under investigation.
ACF-908-B: See file for “Karlsen, W.”.
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