Entity 482-B


Class 5

  • Relentless
  • Cautious
  • Memento Mori

Entity Code: 0482-B
Danger level: Hostile
Rarity: !High Danger!
Habitat: Trapped inside Entity 482-A, can exit when it has been restored.
Threat Level: High Alert, reported to be very dangerous.

Description: As the entity within Entity 482-A, it protects the painting and itself as a vessel. Once it has you within it's perimeter, you can't escape. The entity enjoys making people do many errands in order to restore its colors as they are what keeping the entity from escaping into reality easily. The errands they give you differ from victim to victim. Often times, it makes the errands easier before it escalates into even harder ones. Most of it's victims don't get to see the light of day as they die in gruesome deaths that are almost unexplainable in many ways. They may seem natural but the evidence left usually isn't enough to support how the victim died. However, in managing to survive through the entity's harsh control over you, it will grant you some free time and maybe a little wish can be granted if you truly work your hardest for it. Oh, and all hell breaks loose when Entity 482-B escapes through the painting into reality. Though being a little harmless girl at first, she's quite deadly if you get on her nerves.

Dangers: Victims were found in very gruesome ways. Some bodies were found to be contorted in ways that no such being could be able to do. Others are barely explainable and some are mostly considered as 'self-harm'. That is if you comply and interact with the painting. The various mysterious deaths caused by this painting alone made a name up for itself, 'Death Palette'.

Additional Information: The painting seems to have no color but it is rumored to have color. The victims who interact with it seems to be doing its 'requirements' in order to get its color back. But that's just a theory. No one knows what is the painting's 'motive'. While the painting has it's own story, nothing much is known about Entity 482-B. The girl in the painting. Rumors of a gap in reality allows the entity to cross over from just a singular painting into the real world.

Picture of the Painting and Entity 482-B during a victim's last moments
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