BrinaFlautist's Sandbox
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Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is to be kept in a standard humanoid cell. All personnel are allowed to enter SCP-XXXX's cell with special permission from the current project leader, Dr. █████ █████. SCP-XXXX must be periodically observed to note any changes to its state. SCP-XXXX is allowed access to a psychiatrist on a bi-weekly basis. SCP-XXXX is allowed outside of its containment chamber only under the direct supervision of Dr. █████. Meals shall be delivered to SCP-XXXX's chamber at 0800, 1200, and 1700 on a daily basis.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a clay sculpture of a human adolescent female 1.5 meters in height. Its eyes are composed of shards of colored glass, and its hair is made of keratin and is rooted into its head like that of a doll. The hair has been observed to grow at a rate similar to that of humans. SCP-XXXX was discovered at the abandoned ███████ ██████ Academy of Arts in ███████, Utah, on ██/██/████.

SCP-XXXX exhibits sentient and sapient properties. Despite the absence of vital organ systems, SCP-XXXX is fully capable of mental and physical human behaviors. SCP-XXXX has been observed to fulfill basic human needs such as hunger and sleep. Although SCP-XXXX frequently consumes food and beverages, it does not produce bodily wastes.

Its temperament is best described as calm and timid. It tends to act compassionate towards others and is extroverted. SCP-XXXX has been observed to be able to detect the mental and psychological states of sentient beings.

All visual forms of artwork within a 15 meter radius of SCP-XXXX will exhibit unique properties. Entities and objects in the work, designated SCP-XXXX-01, are observed to become animate. These objects exist within SCP-XXXX-01 and are unable to physically interact with the surroundings outside of SCP-XXXX-01. The animate properties and appearance of these objects are also affected by SCP-XXXX's current emotional state. When SCP-XXXX exits this radius, the works will return to their inanimate conditions.