Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: Implementations of SCP-XXXX are to be stored in Site 19's Item Vault. SCP-XXXX does not pose any danger, powered or not, except for the occasional paper-cut. Any personnel with a security clearance of Level 2 or above may access SCP-XXXX at any time.

Update to Containment Procedures ██/██/20██: SCP-XXXX's entry is pending deletion, owing to its now understood and non-anomalous behavior. See Addendum SCP-XXXX.1 for further explanation.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a collection of origami toys, ranging anywhere between 1 cm and 5 cm in height and weighing up to 4 grams. They are made from origami paper and come in several colors. Each one is composed of a random set of folds, and no two implementations are alike. On each SCP-XXXX, there is a single 0.1 mm thick WNDR-76255 microchip, with an average of 21 peripheral tendrils extending from it to each fold. Both the microchip and the tendrils are unable to be seen without instrumentation. Every implementation of SCP-XXXX has an imprint on one of its folds with a serial number1 and text that reads: "Manufactured at Wondertainment Inc."

The WNDR-76255 microchip has several hardware components that allow it to collect information on its environment. This includes a gyroscope, a thermometer, an altimeter, and several other sensors. Attempts to remove the microchip from SCP-XXXX without damaging it have been unsuccessful.

The tendrils on each SCP-XXXX are both powered by, and provide power to the WNDR-762555 microchip. The microchip can use these tendrils to move each of its folds allowing itself to move and fly. When force is applied to a tendril—greater than the expected force from drag, that force is converted to energy and stored on the microchip.

An SCP-XXXX is played with by exerting a force on it, which it then uses for power. The easiest way to exert force has been by flicking it. Once powered, SCP-XXXX flies in random patterns until it loses power. Multiple SCP-XXXX in close proximity have displayed a flocking behavior.

Addendum SCP-XXXX.1 Owing to Wondertainment's history of anomalous toys, when SCP-XXXX was recovered it was immediately given a containment procedure. However, after The Foundation's initial tests no anomalous attributes were found. The WNDR-76255 microchip, while remarkable in its size and function, was determined to be non-anomalous.

The Foundation initially contacted Wondertainment as a concerned parent in an attempt to get more information.

Failing to get any useful information, The Foundation contacted Wondertainmaint directly via E-mail.