SCP-XXXX
rating: 0+x

Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is to be kept in a secure storage unit at Site 79. Researchers with security clearance of at least Level 2 may access said storage unit for the purposes of testing SCP-XXXX's abilities. If approval from site staff with Level 3 clearance or above is granted, SCP-XXXX may be taken from its storage unit to be used in the field or temporarily in the containment of other SCP objects.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a multicolored throw blanket, measuring approximately 1.8m by 1.3m. Fabric analysis indicates that the blanket is composed of a blend of cotton, polyester and a third unidentified material. Stitched into either side of the blanket is a single Equus monoclonius1 on an otherwise solid background. No tags or labels have been found on SCP-XXXX.

Any object covered by SCP-XXXX becomes impervious to physical harm as long as it is applied through SCP-XXXX. D-class personnel making use of the item have exhibit an immunity to fire, electrical shock, extreme temperatures, bullets, blades, and blunt force trauma. In addition, objects with at least fifty percent of their surface area covered by SCP-XXXX exhibit an immunity to a number of other forms of localized harm, including but not limited to poison, internally detonated explosives, and disease.2

SCP-XXXX was recovered from the the home of Dr. Nicholas Kelley on the outskirts of ███████████, MO. Foundation staff arrived at the scene after intercepting an emergency call made from Kelley's house. The caller identified herself as Julia Dayton a student of Dr. Kelley's, claiming that she made a visit to his house after Kelley stopped showing up to his own lectures with no prior notification. Upon her arrival at Kelley's home, she found the building to be unoccupied. Searching for Kelley, she found only what she described as "a talking corpse in a campy blanket", leading her to alert the authorities. A retrieval team was sent as a precautionary measure.

Upon arrival, the team placed the area on lockdown, searching for the mysterious corpse. It was found in the building's master bedroom, wrapped in SCP-XXXX. Despite being in the advanced stages of desiccation, the body remained conscious and communicated with agents up until SCP-XXXX was removed from its person, at which point the subject expired. SCP-XXXX was then taken back to Site 79 for testing of its anomalous properties.

SCP-XXXX has been classified Safe class object. After preliminary testing, a proposal was been made to reclassify it as Thaumiel, the agent in charge suggesting that SCP-XXXX may be an invaluable tool in containment procedures of other SCPs, such as SCP-███ or SCP-████. The proposal was rejected by members of the Foundation administration on the grounds that SCP-XXXX functions similarly to any other item of protective gear, and while it may be useful in containing or recovering other objects of interest, it is not deserving of Thaumiel classification.