Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is to be kept in a standard D-Class cell when not participating in experiments. At the end of each month, SCP-XXXX is to be transferred to another Foundation owned facility that it has not been held at within the previous twelve (12) months. Immediately following the transfer or death of SCP-XXXX, it is to undergo a full psychological evaluation. The results of these evaluations can be found in Document-XXXX-01.

SCP-XXXX makes occasional requests regarding access to outside materials. These requests may be approved at the discretion of the Site Director. SCP-XXXX is currently allowed access to most non-anomalous reading material, showing a preference for science fiction and horror novels.

In the unlikely event of a containment breach, deadly force is explicitly not authorized against SCP-XXXX.

Description: SCP-XXXX is currently a Caucasian male of average height and build. Foundation-standard tattoos reading “D-0XXXX” can be found on the chest and left wrist of SCP-XXXX. SCP-XXXX consistently appears as, and identifies as, male.

Under most conditions, SCP-XXXX is identical to any other non-anomalous human being. However, after a variable amount of time (averaging between 18 and 32 hours), SCP-XXXX will reappear in another location, with no evidence of its death. In all reported instances thus far, SCP-XXXX has reappeared in Foundation custody, with a drastically different appearance. In the event that SCP-XXXX appears in a location not under Foundation control, follow Protocol Quixote-XXXX. Tests have shown that each instance of SCP-XXXX is genetically identical, with only minor variation existing in “junk code” sections of DNA.

Memories appear to be persistent even after the death of SCP-XXXX, with the exception of hazardous anomalies, including infohazards. When questioned, SCP-XXXX shows awareness that it was under the effects of an infohazard prior to its death, and is capable of describing in general terms the type of anomalous information, but details of the hazard are, in the subject’s words, “blurry”. This persistence of memory also makes the use of amnestics on SCP-XXXX difficult, as the effects of all approved amnestics appear to only affect a single instance of SCP-XXXX. After death, all memories removed through the use of amnestics return, regardless of the time elapsed between application of the amnestic and death, and the variety of amnestic used.

Due to the practical applications of having testing personnel that are able to provide a report after death, SCP-XXXX has been recruited as a member of the Foundation. It has been provided with Level 1 clearance, though it cannot access Foundation facilities without an escort of at least Level 2 clearance. SCP-XXXX is considered D-Class personnel, and may be treated as such. In all official logs, SCP-XXXX should be referred to as “D-0XXXX”, excepting material specifically dealing with the anomalous properties of SCP-XXXX.

SCP-XXXX is cooperative with Foundation personnel, and willingly participants in experiments as D-Class personnel. Information on objects being tested may be provided to SCP-XXXX at the discretion of the project head for said object. SCP-XXXX shows a strong preference for working with Safe- and Euclid-class anomalies, though it is willing to participate in experiments on most Keter-class anomalies.

SCP-XXXX has requested that it not be brought into tests involving anomalies which cause a “slow and painful death,” due to its ability to remember the circumstances of each death, and the potential for psychological trauma as a result. SCP-XXXX has also expressed a level of discomfort in regards to testing infohazards, due to the above stated “blurriness” of memories involving infohazards.

SCP-XXXX originally entered foundation custody in J██ of 20██ as D-Class personnel at Site ██. SCP-XXXX had been convicted for a string of arsons in ████████, ██, which resulted in ██ deaths. 26 hours after dying as a result of a test involving SCP-████, SCP-XXXX was discovered in a group of D-Class personnel at Site ██, located approximately 1███ kilometers away from its original location. SCP-XXXX was identified when, during D-Class orientation, it informed the Junior Researcher leading the orientation that it “already knew this stuff.” SCP-XXXX was immediately removed from the orientation and interrogated. After demonstrating knowledge of SCP-████ and the tests which resulted in its previous death, SCP-XXXX was moved to a standard humanoid containment cell for observation and testing. Over the course of testing SCP-XXXX’s anomalous properties, it began to show interest in aiding the Foundation. After ██ months, SCP-XXXX was approved for its current security clearance and rank.