Experiment #65 = Angel Replica
Description of Experiment: First, two pure white wings were attached to the subject’s back. It took a while to get the halo to float above her head, but after a bit of testing, we were able to get the halo to work, which is partially hollow, and composed of metal and bone. It emits a special electromagnetic force that is specifically attracted to the electric synapses in the subject’s brain. We thought that the experiment was still a bit plain, so the eyes were replaced with a single one, and the ears were also modified.
History: After everyone else was taken, Chisa went down into the lab herself and turned herself in. She seems pleased with her new appearance, despite the irony of being an angel after what she’s done. Besides #64, none of the other members of Future Foundation are fully aware of her true nature.
Experiment #64 = Nuribotoke Replica
Description of Experiment: Since the subject was dead when we found him, we were unsure of what to do with him besides trying to bring him back to life. Countless internal modifications such as replacing the injured organs,and modifying veins and bones, were done. Chemicals added finished the repair process, side effects of those chemicals being the discoloration of the skin and the dislocation of the right eye, which still works. Since this gave the subject an appearance similar to that of the mythological Nuribotoke, his mouth was also modified to complete the look of the monster.
History: Once Miaya and Koichi were ambushed, Tengan escaped the conflict, even before any blood was shed. Chisa had also escaped the conflict and then chased him down, aware that he had also betrayed the others for despair, and then, as a “thanks”, ended up killing him with a sword she had stolen. We decided to bring him back to the lab anyways, and resurrect him. He seemed pretty surprised to be brought back to life. He converses with subject #63, Koichi Kizakura and subject #65, Chisa Yukizome somewhat often.
Experiment #63 = Comatose Telepath
Description of Experiment: When obtaining the subject, we ended up knocking him out with so much force that it ended up sending him into a coma. Instead of letting him die, we ended up modifying his body and keeping him in a tank. During all of this, we noticed that his brain was sending out very strong mental signals, most likely due to his ability to scout out ultimates. Further tests have enhanced these mental signals, and he can telepathically communicate to people from any location, though the headpiece allows us to limit this range to the cells next to his, and a few people he was close with and had pre-existing strong mental links. The headpiece on his head also contains poisons, which can be used to kill him if he tries anything suspicious.
History: After the fight with subject #50, Koichi was left behind to be captured later. Instead of letting that happen, he decided to go into the lab and find out as much as he could about it before his capture so he could help in a potential escape. He didn’t find what he was looking for… but found something he really shouldn’t have. When Junko herself knocked him unconscious, both she and Kichiro (Who was in the room with her) got a terrible headache for a minute. Once this happened Junko decided to see what had happened to him and discovered that he had been put in a coma somehow, and that his mental energy was extremely heightened. The headset allows us to limit the range of the telepathic abilities to the cells next to him, but he seems to have a pre-existing long-range mental connection with subject #12, Kyoko Kirigiri, Subject #55, Ryota Mitarai, and subject #56, Kyosuke Munakata, so he communicates with them along with subject #62, and #64.
Experiment #62 = Super Cyborg Adaptation/ Half Robot
Description of Experiment: Miaya was made into an even more advanced version of both subjects #10, and #34. Internal structure was modified to be stronger and more robotic, and skin was carefully removed bit by bit and replaced with advanced metal plating armor. Eyes and ears removed and replaced with advanced robotic sensors. The special headpiece allows the subject to talk with subject #30, Chiaki Nanami. Two mechanical limbs were also added to the subject’s upper back, and they act as weapons/sensors.
History: Miaya, along with the remaining few, were trying to escape once Gozu gave them a chance to escape. Unfortunately for them, someone had told the staff about the plan, and she and subject #63, Koichi Kizakura, were ambushed. Subject #50, Monaca Towa decided to join the capture, and attacked Miaya with a switchblade. Eventually, Miaya was captured and taken to the lab. She was terrified seeing her new form, barely recognizing her own voice. She hasn’t used any of her new abilities yet and instead spends her time talking to the neighboring experiments and to subject #30.