PNW-L1 Specimen(NL): "Sera"

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Specimen ID:  PNW-L1-1734(NL)

Nickname: Sera (Series 3 Recombinant Antigen)

Genus/species: Homo uncia (see BIOLOGICAL EXAM)

Notes: Genetic Anomaly, Assistant, Restrained

Response: NON-LETHAL


Specimen designations: GH-HO-UN(NL,UC,RR-S)

(GH) - Genetically modified Hominid, determined during initial examination

(HO-UN) - Taxonomical name (proposed) for referencing future specimens: Homo Uncia

Mass: Within acceptable tolerances

Temperature: Within acceptable tolerances

Pulse: Slightly elevated, within tolerances

Blood Pressure: Excellent

(NL) - Non-Lethal - during initial examination and testing, determined to be far below average in traditional lethality

(UC) - Unknown Contagion - Subject contained in Nostra suit due to unknown risk of cross-contamination. See case file for details

(RR-S) - Restraints Required - Some Circumstances. See restraint supplement for details


Suit integrity: 100%


    Electrodes: OK

    BP Sensors: OK

    Temp Sensors: OK

    Soft Circuit Chips: WARN - Partial Data Corruption

    HVAC: OK

    Waste Management: OK - Front Port Open


The following protective measures are to be taken with this specimen:

Inside containment/storage pod:

  • Full Nostra suit containment system. Necessary to maintain biohazard integrity and ensure autonomic monitoring
  • Inflated 'paw' mittens. The specimen is highly curious, intelligent, and prone to interact with computer consoles 'for fun'. This has resulted in 26 different containment failures in other habitats, 18 of which included the "Charlotte" habitat. Buttons that are safe for Sera to press have been refitted with oversized buttons able to be manipulated with these paws. As an added benefit, the mittens prevent use of claws. The subject has learned to eat without the fine tactile abilities necessary to use silverware, and can even be fed from a bowl on the floor.
  • Ten-piece Hard-point restraint system. Consisting of 'cuffs' at upper and lower legs, biceps, wrists, a waist belt and collar. Aids in mitigating flight risks as well as potential behavioral affects. The collar has been replaced with a heavy duty 'posture' version, as specimens tendency to look down at the ground was risking posture damage.
  • Chastity device. Either 'cage nub' design or 'full enclosure null bulge' design. Reduces risk of accidental procreation. Violation of this may risk this specimen type being designated an invasive species.
  • High heeled shoes, typically of the 'ballet' variety

Outside containment:

  • All previously listed devices.
  • Full enclosure head covering with oral inhibitor (colloquially 'hood with gag'). Further enhances biohazard integrity, as well as preventing use of teeth as a tool or weapon.
  • Rear facing appendage containment (colloquially 'armbinder'. Further reduces the risk of subject manipulating unauthorized devices or interfering with other habitats.


Sera was brought to the Foundation as a young adult 'male' cat. Early inspection showed that the subject was clearly the recipient of illegal genetic manipulation in utero, but the exact purpose in unknown. The subject is humanoid in shape, with genetics that clearly establish it as closest to the Earth species 'snow leopard' in genetic similarity. It's pelt color is primarily white mixed with pink and purple 'rosettes', and the hair color a light blue. These are all colors that do not occur naturally in the snow leopard species and rarely found in terrestrial nature.

From an endocrine perspective, the subject was born conventionally male, but the genetic tampering impeded proper puberty, leaving the subject with below average size in testes and penile size. Personality-wise, the subject also exhibited strong feminine mannerisms, and was not opposed to being provided hormones to further expand on the feminine characteristics vis a vis breast growth.

Due to the extremely questionable nature of 'her' initial creation, it appears immune response is somewhat stunted, and she was prone to a number of immune disorders and chronic conditions. As part of the treatment and monitoring process, the decision was made to contain her inside a NostraSuit.

After an initial adjustment period of profound embarrassment at the design of the containment suit, the subject quickly started to manifest more submissive tendencies, seeming to enjoy the feeling of 3hԙߞ٪ؗˁbRƳ˪WȎȜƞ\ lar, something that her primary researcher was more than happy to assist with.

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Subject seems to respond well to:

Chastity teasing, prostate milking (while caged, digitally or by penile)

Bondage, gags, leashes

Embarrassing compliments and teasing about being a sissy

Subject seems to respond poorly to:

Long term confinement

Confinement with inability to access outside systems (IM lock, mouselook, etc)

Confinement away from others

Continued efforts to try to make her manifest dominant traits or initiate sexual contact