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SCP-XXXX-1 in containment

Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is to be contained in a standard holding cell measuring 10m x 4m x 10m at Site-17. Testing on SCP-XXXX is open to all personnel with prior clearance. SCP-XXXX is to be powered off when testing is not taking place. Prizes produced by SCP-XXXX are to be described and photographed, then destroyed, with documents about prizes stored in filing cabinets organized by their point values.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a "Dunk 'N Alien™" model Skee-Ball machine manufactured by Innovative Concepts in Entertainment inc. SCP-XXXX operates as a standard Skee-Ball machine of its make and model, with the exception of a lack of dispensed tickets. Instead, a prize based on the player's score is dispensed from a large "Prize Port" installed to SCP-XXXX's side. The source of SCP-XXXX's prizes is unknown, as the inside of the "Prize Port" is sealed until a prize is dispensed, and no storage area for prizes has been found when SCP-XXXX is disassembled.

SCP-XXXX is also host to SCP-XXXX-1, a sapient entity composed of plastic and various metals in the likeness of a mechanical alien. SCP-XXXX-1 exhibits an often unpleasant personality towards players, and will attempt to convince people to play a game on SCP-XXXX. Once play is initiated, SCP-XXXX-1 will only communicate to the player until their prize has been dispensed. Most of SCP-XXXX's speech amounts to insults, but it will congratulate the player if they get a high enough score or manage to dunk SCP-XXXX-1 by hitting the moving target present in both SCP-XXXX and standard "Dunk 'N Alien™" machines.

A game can be activated on SCP-XXXX by inserting 50 cents. SCP-XXXX takes only US quarters as acceptable payment. SCP-XXXX and SCP-XXXX-1 enter a dormant state when not powered, making containment fairly easy. SCP-XXXX is only to be played in testing sanctioned by level 3 personnel or above (see Experiment Log 183).

SCP-XXXX was recovered at an arcade inside the ███████ Boardwalk, where numerous complaints were being filed over a "rude" Skee-Ball machine. SCP-XXXX was put into foundation custody under the guise of routine maintenance. A standard model of a "Dunk 'N Alien™" machine was sent in to replace SCP-XXXX.


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Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is to be kept in a 5x5 meter holding cell lined with standard transmission blocking materials and furnished to look like a standard living room. SCP-XXXX is to be entertained frequently and given food and water on request. One staff personnel must be in the room at a time to keep SCP-XXXX company. Under no circumstances should SCP-XXXX ever be told it is being contained, imprisoned, or in any way being held against its will.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a creature of indeterminate origin approximately 1.1 meters in height. SCP-XXXX has a body that appears to be made of a velvet-like substance colored a royal purple. It is unknown if this is a form of clothing or if it is a part of SCP-XXXX's natural biology. SCP-XXXX's head is approximately 0.5 meters in length and is conical in shape. No visible eyes or ears are present on SCP-XXXX's head, only what is thought to be a mouth at the end. Branching off of SCP-XXXX's head is an appendage with a large dark purple orb at the end. This orb is at about the same height as SCP-XXXX's head and gives off black light.

SCP-XXXX is capable of imprinting subliminal thoughts into the minds of human beings within a 50 meter radius. To the Foundation's knowledge, these powers have not been used for a malicious purpose, but they are being blocked from being used from outside its cell as a precaution. Interviews have been conducted by allowing it to use this subliminal thought imprinting on interviewers, who then write what they have been imprinted with down (see interview logs below). SCP-XXXX is capable of understanding human speech.

SCP-XXXX was found in a woodland area near [REDACTED], imprinting subliminal images of itself into the minds of people camping in the woods. The purpose of this as of yet is unknown, although it is believed that SCP-XXXX admires human creativity and enjoys humans making drawings (one which is pictured above), sculptures, etc. in its image. All creative works made by these people have been confiscated and the people given Class A amnesiacs to the best of the Foundation's ability.

SCP-XXXX is never to never know of it's containment. In interviews it has expressed several times of it's love of freedom and has threatened [DATA EXPUNGED] if it was captured or contained. It believes that it is simply being kept in a more comfortable location as a reward for the creative ideas it brought to humans.

Interview Logs:
Interview #1:

Interviewer: Dr.█████

<Begin Log, 18:47>

Dr.█████: Hey there, big fan of your work. Some of those drawings you had those people do were pretty impressive! So I'm gonna go ahead and ask you a few questions to get to know you better. What do you want to be called?

Dr.█████: (Can audibly be heard writing something down) So Tikor'Malanz, eh? A bit hard to pronounce, could I call you Tim for short?

> **Dr.█████: No, not at all! You're a good friend of ours and we admire your work! We just want to-(Dr.█████ can once again be heard frantically writing something down)

<End> **Dr.█████: Look, I Logunderstand if you wouldn't want to be imprisoned. I wouldn't either. But you're being paranoid! Rest assured, 18:56>**we'll get you anything you want and make sure everything is to your liking. Now, can I get you something to eat?


Dr.█████: (Can be heard writing down something.) Corn it is then!

<End Log, 18:56>

Closing Statement: Corn was brought to SCP-XXXX, which it gladly ate. At this point it was known that SCP-XXXX must never know it is being contained, as while it is unkown if it would live up to its threats, it is in the best interest of the Foundation to not test that at the time.

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Item #: RPC-XXX

Object Class: Gamma

Special Containment Procedures: RPC-XXX is to be kept in a protective sleeve at all times. This sleeve is to be stored in a locker at Site-██ with live video feed of the interior being monitored 24/7 by at least one Class 4 or higher personnel. Any changes to the writing on RPC-XXX are to be immediately reported to the Site Director. Dr. H████1 should be summoned to examine RPC-XXX immediately after a report is filed to determine the piece and its country of origin.

Description: RPC-XXX is a faded piece of sheet music measuring 210 by 260 mm with slight water damage. Randomly, the musical composition depicted on RPC-XXX will change into a different composition. While the music shown on RPC-XXX has changed on multiple occasions, no title has appeared on RPC-XXX to reflect these songs, and no change in the position of the musical staffs has been reported. The piece shown is never a unique composition, and commonly manifests as a well known song such as a national anthem. Consequently, the song currently depicted on RPC-XXX is Dievs, Svētī Latviju2.

Usually after manifestation, a major event takes place related to the piece's country of origin or composer. See Incident Log 183 for more details on events that have occurred in the past.