SCP-1234
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SCP-1234 workstation upon discovery

Item #: SCP-1234

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: The property (Site-45-G) containing SCP-1234 has been purchased by the Foundation, and the original residents have been evacuated under the guise of the building posing an asbestos hazard. Civilians interested in living at Site-45-G are to be told it is at maximum capacity, and that it is not accepting new residents. Only Foundation employees are permitted to live in Site-45-G.

SCP-1234 is to remain empty of residents. Speaking while inside SCP-1234 is not recommended, and giving commands (given to SCP-1234 or otherwise) are prohibited, unless under testing conditions or recontainment. SCP-1234's room number is 409.

SCP-1234-1 is to be stored in Site-45-G's Secure Holding Locker 1234-1 (SHL 1234-1). SCP-1234-1 does not require food or any basic necessities for its survival or maintenance, and is to be considered an object.

Unlike SCP-1234-1, SCP-1234-2 instances do require sustenance, must be maintained, and are to be considered comatose persons. If Foundation personnel inadvertently become an SCP-1234-2 instance, they may be kept under the care of Site-45's medical bay, or terminated. Termination will be left to the discretion of their Preferential Incident Reference File (PIRF)

SCP-1234-3 is a cognito-hazard, and should not be viewed. If SCP-1234-3 is left exposed, SCP-1234, SCP-1234-1, or any SCP-1234-2 instances are to be given any commands nessesary to obscure it.

Description: SCP-1234 is an autonomous studio apartment located in Las Vegas1. SCP-1234 consists of a workstation, a bed, a kitchen area, and a bathroom, all of which are cluttered with litter. Most of SCP-1234's appliances are no longer independently functional, and require SCP-1234 to use. SCP-1234 is capable of receiving and interpreting commands, and manipulating objects via unknown means.

SCP-1234-1 and anything given the SCP-1234-2 designation are living bodies that are under the influence of SCP-1234. SCP-1234-1, formerly Kit "Randy" Sawyer, was the original inhabitant of SCP-1234, and does not appear to age, require nourishment, or appear capable of dying. SCP-1234-2 instances do not share these properties, and given information found in SCP-1234-1's computer, it is suspected that these properties did not originate in SCP-1234.

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SCP-1234-3, contained in its safe

If any are given a command, SCP-1234, SCP-1234-1, or a SCP-1234-2 instance will carry it out to the best of its ability. However, if they are unable to complete, or if they fail to interpret a command, they will not act on it. SCP-1234, SCP-1234-1, and SCP-1234-2 are not capable of independent thought or retaining information, but appear to be mentally linked to each other. If a command is given to any singular instance, every other instance will act as if having received that command, regardless of whether or not they are capable of hearing it.

SCP-1234-3 is [DATA EXPUNGED], its flesh belonging to a maned wolf (Chrysocyon brachyurus). It's capable of [DATA EXPUNGED], squirting blood on command, and [DATA EXPUNGED]. It is incapable of movement, and is attached to the interior walls of SCP-1234's safe. SCP-1234-3 produces a pungent urine, which is responsible for the smell inside SCP-1234. This was once thought to be caused by a hidden supply of cannabis.

Much of SCP-1234-3 is now considered a slow-acting infohazard and cognitohazard. If any subjects are exposed, they will begin to lose all higher brain functions after a 2-3 minute period, and become a SCP-1234-2 instance.



Foreword-1234

SCP-1234 Documents

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The following documents are recordings and chat logs recovered while searching through SCP-1234.

Documentation not displayed here can found in Recovered Documents-1234-2, and may be accessed by personnel with level 2/1234 clearance or higher.