Daveyoufool's Box de la Sand
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Notice to the Foundation, Multiversal Iteration 2N:

By order of Eternal President Girard Niang: Earth, Multiversal Iteration 4V, has been severed from ☽☽☽ jurisdiction and left to its own devices. Further involvement on the part of the ☽☽☽ Humanity Defense Corps would have only exacerbated the situation and led to cross-dimensional casualties.

To ensure eternal quarantine, JALAKÅRA Himself has whispered the hymn of marbled flesh into Iteration 4V. While regrettable, this action was a product of absolute necessity, and executed to protect the multi-dimensional majority of humans. Fortunately, extraterrestrial life in 4V continues to thrive.

We will now provide you with 4V's document SCP-001, if only as a warning. We know your cause is just — but for your own sake, know when to stop.

You are watched. You are Protected. You are loved.


Item #: SCP-001

Object Class: Safe-potissimi

Threat Level: Black •

Special Containment Procedures: Due to the large volume of SCP-001 in existence, Mass Containment Zone-001, hereafter MCZ-001 has been constructed within SCP-2400. MCZ-001 is composed of two warehouses for storage of SCP-001, living quarters for staff, and barracks for guards. Each warehouse will be equipped with a Kullervo Suppressor, thereby neutralizing the dangerous effects of contained instances.

Acquisition of additional SCP-001 is to be carried out through the use of Kullervo Detectors, available at every major Foundation site. Any usage of Kullervo Detectors that deviates from the provided instruction manual is grounds for immediate termination of employment with the Foundation and the administration of Class-C amnestics.

Though SCP-001 poses no threat while contained, it is estimated that only 4% of SCP-001 in existence is currently under containment. Failure to contain at least 70% of SCP-001 by 12/2/2065 will result in a ZK-class reality failure scenario.

Description: SCP-001 is a subatomic particle that can only be detected with a Barton-Salas Kullervo Detector1