The following information has been recovered from the scientific journal of Assistant Curvero posthumously.
2010 March 15
Subject has been delivered to the facility. They still are quite small and underfed. Initial scans show severe muscle and tissue degeneration indicating years of malnutrition. Bloodwork and fertility tests yielded poor results as well. Strict diet and stamina-based exercise moving forward until peak physicality goal met.
2010 March 17
Subject displays extreme behaviors ranging from anxious to feral. They lashed out at a nurse today and bit them until they bled for touching their neck. Subject was fully restrained following, including a face covering. Subject proceeded to thrash and shriek until they pushed themself into hyperventilating then breaking into a panic attack with full bouts of sobbing and begging. Restraints were not removed for safety.
2010 June 22
Physicality goal met today. Psychological exam results provided as the following:
- Fluctuations between hypersomnia and insomnia
- Triggered and untriggered panic attacks
- Shows signs of hyper attachment and affection towards certain individuals (Huiro, Ahoudi, Curvero)
- Refuses physical contact except from above listed individuals
- Selective mutism
- Reactive aggression
- Episodes of dissociation often with periods of hyper-violence or memory loss
- Refuses basic care often (IV use required)
- Abandoned child syndrome
- Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD)
- Reactive attachment disorder
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD-ASD)
- Dr. Ahoudi
requires no mental treatment for subject unless it begins to affect trials.
2010 July 1
Prior to medication introduction, behavioral therapy was put in place. Subject was introduced to [REDACTED]
) for memory modification. Subject appeared uncertain of Olivia
initially but when provided with appearance modification became attached to the other subject. Subject often acts as a child and takes direction from elder subject, reverting to child-like mentality to fulfill psychological needs. It has made control over new subject much easier and they are less likely to lash out.
2010 July 14
lashed out at subject today. Clawed their face good when M-28 refused to sing so Olivia
could dance. Subject retaliated to the violence and had to be forcibly separated after they bit Olivia
and tore a chunk from their shoulder. Subject proceeded to have a panic attack and fall into a dissociative catatonia shortly after.
2010 July 18
Subject is still unresponsive. Use of IV has been approved.
2010 July 21
Medication treatment begins today. Treatment includes [REDACTED]
combined with [REDACTED]
. First bout of medication was initially rejected by the body. Second bout was given with anti-nausea so results may be skewed but the subject didn't vomit either.
Subject fell into a seizure. Dosage re-evaluated. M-28 suffered concussion.
2010 September 25
Subject has adjusted to medication, body showing immunity and resistance. Dosage upped. Seizures occurred again, medication adjustment denied.
2010 September 28
present. Bloodwork reordered. Subject shrieked at Olivia
today. Further attempts to alter memory seemed to take effect then fade within an hour. Developed resistant to other abilities has proved to be an interesting and unexplained complication with M-28.
2010 October 2
Bloodwork processed. Small changes in chemistry present. Resistance to other mutations
appear to be from the recessive gene XXX. Presence of gene XXX proves magical
presence within bloodline however subject reacts violently when asked questions about life prior to age 11
. Resistance against mutations is proving to be biggest issue. Meetings regarding other treatment options to be scheduled.
2010 October 8
Initial lab experiments show outside factors help to mutate medication at an exponentially higher pace than simple incubation. Methods will be applied to subject in the future.
2010 October 15
Use of ECT approved per Dr. Ahoudi
. Anesthesia and muscle relaxant not approved per the reactions with [REDACTED]
element of medication.
2010 December 15
Subject has stopped lashing out, stopped speaking completely. Dr. Huiro
has attempted to teach them to communicate in other methods with no success. The mutism and compliant behavior seems to stem from the new medication methods and extra doses.
2011 January 8
ECT has taken. Subject caused machine to oversurge. Electrocuted Assistant Grys
. He was not able to be resuscitated. Subject showed no remorse or reaction to the development.
2011 March 22
Further experiment with subject’s electricity have proven successful. No detriments detected. Project deemed a success. Martial training for subject to begin within week.
2011 March 30
M-28 fell from the swing bars the full six meters. They landed on their feet and everyone heard their legs break. Upon approach subject had broken both tibiae, the left leg a compound fracture. Subject did not even acknowledge the pain. At first it was believed to be shock or catatonia but M-28 was otherwise completely responsive. To test a theory Dr. Huiro
distracted subject while Dr. Ahoudi
stepped on the compound fracture. Subject remained without pain or acknowledge it.
2011 April 5
Further aggressive experiments to test the limits of subject’s sensation approved.
2011 April 7
Food test begun.
2011 April 21
Subject finally collapsed from lack of food. Weight loss extensive and IV required. M-28 never acknowledged the feeling of hunger or the pain of starvation.
2011 April 28
Sleep test begun.
2011 May 2
Sleep experiment cut short. Subject sedated after hallucinating caused them to electrocute another assistant. He will survived by arm was maimed. Again, subject showed no signs of pain or need for sleep.
2011 May 6
Water experiment not approved. Further aggressive studies of subject’s new physiology approved.
2011 May 9
Surgery approved. Anesthesia not used to provide most accurate results. Subject awake the entire time. Heart had to be restarted which proved hard but showed M-28’s immunity to electrical discharges. Chest compressions successful.
M-28 was disoriented after regaining consciousness. Reacted violently and acted the nurse. Stitching on chest was ripped open, almost another cardiac episode when sternum shifted. Subject had to be completely restrained.
2011 June 8
- All personal journals will no longer be allowed and have been confiscated. See note A7-56.
Surveillance of subject only going forward.
Prior notes submitted to Dr. Ahoudi
. Changes approved.