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Center for Chaos Containment

Directors Known Directors:

Corporal Bill Bullet (Central Branch)
Wilson Stone (Desert HQ)
Kyle Baxter (The Wall)
Ellias Bahtchin (Mobile Unit A113)

Workers see Workers section
Locations Notable Offices:
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Status Operational

The Center for Chaos Containment, commonly abbreviated as the CCC, is an organization that serves as the overarching antagonists in the Henry Stickmin series. They're based 'somewhere in the southwest'.

Background

The CCC appears several times in the Henry Stickmin series. Their goals seem to be neutralizing and stopping chaotic situations from continuing, but they are ruthless in their methods, seemingly not caring how many people are killed by their actions. They generally stop chaotic situations by creating even more chaos for a limited period of time. They also have an awkward surplus of nuclear weapons.

The CCC also contains a 'chaos in the multiverse' meter, as they can fix the imbalance of an over amount of universal branches. However, this also causes issues, as they can fix it by any means, which caused things to appear at different times in history, notably the cake which Henry uses in Escaping the Prison.

Appearances

The CCC makes appearances in Stealing the Diamond as the main antagonists of Just Plain Epic, in Infiltrating the Airship they serve as the tertiary antagonists of Pure Blooded Thief and in Completing the Mission, the secondary antagonists of Toppat 4 Life.

An employee of the Center named Kyle Baxter has a brief cameo in the Convict Allies pathway of Fleeing the Complex. Other than that, the CCC does not play a role in that game.

Stealing the Diamond

In Stealing the Diamond, the Center is alerted to the chaos in the museum when Henry uses a Mushroom to become giant and fights off the museum guards in his massive form. At one point the head of the CCC Central Branch, Corporal Bill Bullet states that the chaos levels were "Over nine" in reference to the "It's Over 9,000" meme. To restore order, Clyde Jenkins is tasked by Bill to do one of four things:

  • Divide by Zero: Send Henry a calculator with a mechanical hand that presses the buttons "1337 divided by 0". This causes a paradox and the museum to collapse into what seems like the inside of a black hole. This is represented by a percentage symbol. The resultant failure's message reads, "Sorry, I was in the bathroom. What'd I miss... Where'd... Where is everyone...?"
  • Tactical Nuke: Detonate a nuclear warhead at the museum and the surrounding city. This is represented by a radiation symbol. The resultant failure's message reads, "Don't feel too bad. He probably camped for the 25 kills he needed to get that nuke."
  • Shoop da Whoop Satellite Button: Use a satellite with a Shoop da Whoop face to fire a laser at the museum, destroying both it and the city. The resultant failure's message reads, "I couldn't resist..."
    • In the remastered version, just the museum is the only thing destroyed.
  • Attack Robot: Send a Giant Robot to destroy the museum, which causes Henry to run away and get the "Just Plain Epic" ending after the robot presumably launches the Tunisian Diamond out of the museum with it landing right next to Henry.

Infiltrating the Airship

The CCC location seen in ItA. Its branch is directed by Wilson Stone.

In Infiltrating the Airship, during the "Pure Blooded Thief" path, the titular Airship of the Toppat Clan crashes outside the CCC Desert Headquarters, after which the Toppat Clan and the Military begin a large scale battle. Larry Gordon notices all the chaos and reports it to the head director Wilson Stone, Larry suggests for them to evacuate but Wilson denies it and says he'll handle the chaos. To restore order, Wilson can do the following things with his CD's:

  • Laser Cut: Two lasers cut a circle in the ground around the airship, after which a thruster under the circle is activated to send the circular piece of land and everyone on it into space. Since the vacuum suffocates Henry, this causes a failure whose message reads, "We'll take our problems and PUSH them somewhere else!"
  • Dark Energy Bomb: Unleash a Dark Energy Bomb, which ends up disintegrating everything in sight, including the center and Wilson himself. This is the first fail to not have a fail message.
  • G.A.B.E.N.: Use what looks like a giant cannon named G.A.B.E.N., however the disc activating the weapon malfunctions due to corrupt and unreadable data. It manages to recover the disk, but upon G.A.B.E.N. launching, the game seems to freeze and eventually crash (It actually does not). The fail message reads "error: stack overflow System.IO.FileNotFoundException: Could not find file C:\Program Files\HL3\G.A.B.E.N..dll Dump cache;", which is a pun on programming errors. It is possible that Wilson perishes by standing in his current spot in awe while the weapon goes off.
  • Prototypes: Send a group of CCC-soldiers (Namely the Steel Brothers and Mortdecai Booker) equipped with flying powered armors to stop the war between the Government and the Toppat Clan, with Mert Steel accidentally allowing Henry to get away the Romanian Ruby, thus the "Pure Blooded Thief" pathway is complete.

Fleeing the Complex

Kyle Baxter crouching behind a rock.

During the Convict Allies route, a CCC employee named Kyle Baxter can be seen in the yard of the Wall during the prison riot saying to himself: "No, I don't like this!". According to his bio, he is the CCC's liaison within The Wall faction.

Completing the Mission

CCC Mobile Unit A113.

In Completing the Mission, during the "Toppat 4 Life" path, the CCC has a manned mobile unit operating somewhere in the Dogobogo Jungle. The operator of the mobile unit is Ellias Bahtchin. When picking up powerful chaos reading caused by Henry activating the Big Boy tank to attack General Galeforce's unit, Ellias reports to a higher up and they decide to intervene. Bahtchin has several weapons under his disposal:

  • Speaker: Ellias gives the all-clear to a man named Phantom. Phantom launches a nuclear strike and destroys the base as a callback to his Starcraft II roots. Since the blast catches Henry Stickmin, he "dies" and the resultant message says, "Gee, the Center for Chaos Containment sure has a surplus of nuclear bombs, huh..."
  • Ultimate Freeze: A lever gauge marked with a snowflake. When used, it completely pauses time in the area. The resultant failure's message reads, "Chaos contained."
  • Majora's Mask Button: The Moon grows an angry face and smashes into the Earth. The moon's face, as well as a laugh that displays after the fail screen, is a shout-out to The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask, where that game's villain, Majora, turns the moon into a missile for his mad plans. The resultant message reads, "You should have thought about what I am willing to do in order to get the job done."
  • A fingerprint scanner for G.A.B.E.G.G.: It launches a giant combat-enforced egg named G.A.B.E.G.G. that attacks the Big Boy tank and disrupts the government's attack on the Toppat base, forcing them to retreat.
  • A hidden button called "Multiverse Imbalance." Pushing it runs a defragmentation on the multiverse to save space. It finds an anomaly, and works to fix it. This anomaly is the package sent to Henry at the beginning of Escaping the Prison. (thus repeat the cycle of timeline)
    • This means that the C.C.C. has appeared or made an impact in every Henry Stickmin game except Breaking the Bank.

Staff

Administrators

Workers

Specialists

Offices

The outside of the CCC Central Branch. It is directed by Corporal Bill Bullet.

Trivia

  • The CCC don't make an appearance in Fleeing the Complex outside of Kyle Baxter. Kyle's bio states that he is the liaison between The Wall and The CCC, which means the two are allied together.
    • This can also explain why there is no CCC-related choice in Complex.
  • The G.A.B.E.G.G. is a reference to the G.A.B.E.N. from Infiltrating the Airship.
    • It's heavily implied the G.A.B.E.G.G. is an upgrade from G.A.B.E.N. as it does not malfunction and manages to fight the Big Boy, a tank super weapon of the Government.
  • The CCC would be the world's strongest organization, as they have thousands of CCC Mobile Units all over the globe, as well as weapons/reinforcements like G.A.B.E.G.G., Phantom, Ultimate Freeze and an awkward surplus of nuclear weapons.
  • Fleeing the Complex is the only game where a CCC member doesn't have a first person view (excludes games where the CCC is absent).
  • The CCC is the first major faction to appear in game, excluding the police.
  • Other than Henry or his team, the CCC is the only other team the player's decisions depends upon. This implies that the player can also choose the actions of the CCC.

Gallery

Main Organizations
Government Logo.png Toppat Clan Logo.png CCC Logo.png The Wall Logo.png
Government Toppat Clan The CCC The Wall






Center for Chaos Containment Employees
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Clyde Jenkins Bill Bullet CCC Robot
LarryGordonNavBox.png Wilson Stone head.png Mert head.png Kert head.png Mortdecai Booker transparent background.png
Larry Gordon Wilson Stone Mert Steel Kert Steel Mortdecai Booker
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Kyle Baxter
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Ellias Bahtchin Phantom