Chernobyl Three's Lab Coats
Pg6 Lab Coat Men


Alexei Ananenko, Valeri Bezpalov and Boris Baranov/ Chernobyl Disaster


Three White Lab Coats


Reduces and absorbs radiation




Always active, works best together

Collected by

Artie Nielson



Date of Collection

May 18th, 1986



The Chernobyl Accident was the worst nuclear reactor accident in history. When a large power surge occurred at the number four reactor in the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, near the city of Pripyat in Russia, the coolant systems failed causing the reactor to overheat and explode. A radioactive cloud quickly spread all over Pripyat, near to the border of Belarus, and into large areas of the USSR. The situation was slightly alleviated by the fact that three brave technicians in the facility jumped into a water coolant tank to turn the valve to empty the water from the tank. Had they not done so, the radioactive carbon would have hit the water causing a giant steam cloud carrying with it radioactive particles instead of the residual radiation that was actually released. The names of the three men were Alexei Ananenko, Valeri Bezpalov and Boris Baranov. They became known as the Chernobyl Three, and were credited with saving the lives of millions of their countrymen. Sadly, they succumbed to deadly radiation poisoning due to their direct exposure to high levels of radiation in the facility.


The three white lab coats absorb and reduce the damage of radiation while remaining impervious to the effects of radiation themselves. The coats are always active. While they work separately, when within close proximity of each other their effects are magnified.


Through several go-betweens, discreet deals, and hush-hush bargaining, Artie was able to collect the lab coats. They have been placed in the Radiation Sector to drain off any residual radiation. When entering the Radiation Sector agents are suggested to wear one of the coats to protect themselves.

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