The Reputation Condition (REPCON) is a measure of one's reputation in accordance with society protocol. It ascends from level 1 (abysmal) through to level 5 (exceptional).
REPCON 5 is standard operating reputation of merit though recent years have proved that REPCON 4 is more desirable due to a link with depth of personality. REPCON 1 is deemed the lowest ever recorded reputation.
Declaration of REPCON is decided by the Chief of Unified Negotiation and Information Theology (C-UNIT).
REPCON 5 - Richard Bacon (PRE Blue Peter contract termination)
REPCON 1 - The most notorious recording of this REPCON level was the Pied Piper of Hamelin in 1284. While the inhabitants of Hamelin were in church, he played his pipe; attracting the children of Hamelin. One hundred and thirty boys and girls followed him out of the town, where they were lured into a cave and never seen again. This is the lowest unclassified recording of REPCON.