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Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures:
SCP-XXXX is to be contained in a modified humanoid containment cell. The cell is to be surrounded by no less than four (4) active Scranton reality anchors with two (2) backup Scranton units standing by. In the case that one or more of the active Scranton units fails the units in standby must be activated within 1 hour and the defective unit must be repaired or replaced as necessary within 24 hours. In the event that all Scranton units fail simultaneously a containment breach is to be declared and the facility is to be locked down and procedure XXXX-Phi-4 is to be put into place. Subject is to be allowed 1 hour of access to music of its choice using a music player with high-grade headphones daily in order to prevent the onset of SCP-XXXX’s rage state. Outside of approved testing subject is not to be separated from music of any kind for more than 48 hours. The site psychologist is to enter SCP-XXXX’s containment chamber once weekly in order to perform scheduled therapy with SCP-XXXX, with the goal of reducing its dependency on music. Additional exposure of SCP-XXXX to music is only to be performed during standard testing or at the recommendation of the site psychologist. All requests to experiment with SCP-XXXX must be approved by a level 3 or higher personnel and the site psychologist. SCP-XXXX is to be allowed access to approved reading materials in return for continued cooperation with Foundation personnel.

Addendum: After Incident XXXX-01 SCP-XXXX is not to be exposed to white noise under any circumstance.

SCP-XXXX is a Caucasian male, 1.66 meters in height and 17 years old. The subject is healthy, of average build, and displays no physical abnormalities. It is mostly cooperative with foundation personnel and displays no open hostility to researchers, and spends most of its time reading the provided material.
SCP-XXXX is a class L5 reality bender with abilities that manifest in two circumstances: when SCP-XXXX is listening to music, and when SCP-XXXX enters a rage state. This rage state is caused by either extended separation from music, sufficient threat of physical harm to SCP-XXXX, or exposure to white noise above 60db for longer than 2 minutes. The reason for this dependency on music is unknown at this point however it is suspected that it acts as a method for SCP-XXXX to focus its mind.
When SCP-XXXX listens to music, it is able manifest objects and phenomena in the world around it, with the effects on the area around SCP-XXXX varying depending on the song played and SCP-XXXX’s emotional state during the event. These manifestations appear to be constrained to an area of 100 meters around SCP-XXXX, however more testing is required to determine if this is the case. During this process SCP-XXXX can be described as entering a trance state, which concludes at the end of the song in question, however with repeated exposure to the same songs SCP-XXXX is better able to control its trance state and influence the manifestations formed. SCP-XXXX appears to demonstrate a preference for electronic music and music featuring string instruments, and is in more control of the manifestations it creates and its trance state while listening to those genres of music. Scranton reality anchors in sufficient quantity seem to be capable of nullifying the manifestations produced by SCP-XXXX exposure to music.
When SCP-XXXX enters a rage state it becomes incredibly dangerous, and the manifestations it produces consistently present a high security risk and extreme danger to personnel. During this rage state SCP-XXXX has been known to produce cognitohazardous manifestations as well as manifest armour and armaments for itself of both conventional and anomalous nature. SCP-XXXX expresses extreme exhaustion and discomfort after these events, and claims to not be able to control its actions during a rage state event. If SCP-XXXX enters a rage state, the facility is to be evacuated of all nonessential personnel and procedure XXXX-Phi-4 is to be enacted.
For details on manifestations produced by SCP-XXXX see document SCP-XXXX-A.

Addendum: After Incident XXXX-01 it has been show that during a rage state SCP-XXXX is able to produce its manifestations regardless of Scranton reality anchors being active in its vicinity. Further research into containment methods for SCP-XXXX’s rage state manifestations are ongoing.

SCP-XXXX came into Foundation acquisition when Foundation agents embedded in police forces in █████, Australia were alerted to an explosion causing the collapse of a wall of a building within the city. SCP-XXXX was found at the crime scene recovering from a rage state with a mutilated corpse in front of it. During initial interviews SCP-XXXX claimed that the deceased had attempted to rob him at gunpoint, triggering a rage state. SCP-XXXX also stated that that event was the first manifestation of its anomalous effects, and requested access to its music player after the interview in order to calm down. The request was granted and the music based condition for the manifestation of its effects was discovered. All civilian witnesses were administered class-C amnesiacs and the cover story of a gas line explosion was disseminated to local media.

Incident Log XXXX-01: