Object Classes

AETHER Classes are the classifications of anomalies, based on how dangerous the anomalies are or how hard it is to contain the anomaly.


Omega class anomalies pose an extreme danger to the world and is extremely difficult to control / contain.


Alpha Class anomalies pose a high level of danger and are very difficult to contain / control.


Intractable class anomalies does not pose too much danger but they are very difficult to/impossible to contain.


Although negative class anomalies do not pose a major danger in general, they have the potential to cause damage in the event of a security breach.


There is no precise information about the damage rate that OBSCURE class anomalies can cause. The danger levels of OBSCURE class anomalies could not be measured / tested before.


Positive class anomalies are anomalies that can rarely cause damage, generally cooperated with the employees of the enterprise or can easily be controlled.


PASSIVE class objects are anomalies that can be completely and easily controlled by the enterprise.


PROSTATIS Class objects are anomalies used by the organization and/or for the benefit of the organization.


KANONIKO class represents the objects that have lost their abnormal properties, or that no longer display any anomalies.

Secondary classes

Biological Hazard: Is the hazard classification given to microorganisms, toxins or viruses that are biohazardous and have adverse effects on human health.
Existential Hazard: Is the effect classification given to anomalies that pose an eschatological danger to the existence of the human race or the universe as we know it.
Radioactive Hazard: Is an impact classification given to anomalies involving high energy, ionizing, nuclear or different types of radiation at hazardous levels.
Inconsistent Hazard: Is the impact classification given to anomalies that present inconsistent or seemingly impossible topologies. For example; "A house that is perceived as a small space from the outside, but the size of a stadium from the interior" is an example of the Non-Standard classification.
Non-Standard Hazard: Is the classification of effects given to anomalies involving non-standard space-time features or phenomena that are disproportionate to our current understanding of quantum physics and other established scientific principles.
Autonomous Hazard: Is the effect classification given to anomalies that can react to warnings such as the loss of eye contact. This sensitivity should not be confused with intelligence or self-awareness. This danger only indicates that the object is autonomously conscious and that its reactions can be dangerous.
Electrical Hazard: Is the impact classification given to anomalies with existing or radiating dangerous or potentially fatal voltages.
Memetic Hazard: Is the effect classification given to anomalies that can be in visual, sound recording-like forms, with effects that potentially pose a risk of psychic or mental damage.
Multiplying Hazard: Multiplying Hazard Class is the secondary classification of anomalies which can reproduce spontaneously in varying rates and in different ways.
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