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SCP-XXXX

Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is to be kept in a standard containment cell with a drainage system installed into the floor. The object is to be placed on a pedestal with a glass box covering the top. The glass box should be slightly larger than the object and covered at all times unless tests are being performed. Personnel who show signs of negative emotion are advised to stay away from SCP-XXXX.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a stone slab of unknown origin from another reality, roughly the size of a brick. A small hole is cut out of the center of the object roughly four centimeters in diameter. SCP-XXXX is covered in several markings scattered across the front and back of the object, these markings can be interpreted as poorly carved eyes and hands. SCP-XXXX is made of hardened clay but has shown to hold the same consistency as titanium. SCP-XXXX is believed to be over 4,000 years old, but no connections can be made to any markings created in that era. Direct contact with SCP-XXXX on a subject's skin causes the skin to turn pale. Many users reported feeling relaxed when holding the object.

Upon close interaction with SCP-XXXX, the subject will report feeling safe. After roughly 30 minutes of exposure to SCP-XXXX, the subject will believe they are obligated to protect the object at all costs. This anomalous property can only affect one person at a time. Once afflicted the subject will cease to have a need for food, water, or sleep effectively becoming immortal, as long as they have SCP-XXXX in their possession. When personnel attempt to remove SCP-XXXX from an afflicted subject, they will fight back with extreme aggression. Some subjects even resort to attacking personnel with SCP-XXXX as a last ditch effort to keep the object out of anyone's reach. If removal of SCP-XXXX from an afflicted subject is successful, the subject will become depressed and may have suicidal tendencies. Occasionally an afflicted subject will mumble "I failed." or "I'm sorry." When questioned, the subject will not respond. No cure for this has been found, even re-exposure to SCP-XXXX does not aid the subject in any way.

Any solid matter put through the hole in SCP-XXXX will reappear in a liquid state. All biological material is unaffected by this. However, any liquid matter put through the hole will not change. The only exception to this is blood, which will vanish when poured into SCP-XXXX. The destination of the recently poured blood is unknown blood is consumed by SCP-XXXX-2. Individuals who pour blood into SCP-XXXX report having very good luck that day.

Looking through the hole in the center of SCP-XXXX yields no change in the subject's vision unless another subject is viewed through the hole. Viewing a subject through the hole in SCP-XXXX displays several red dots in various arrangements across the forehead of the person being viewed. Upon closer inspection, the dots were actually discovered to be braille numbers forming a date on the subject's forehead. These dates have shown to be the exact date to when said subject will expire, it is recommended to keep these dates from the subject for obvious reasons.

No clear purpose for SCP-XXXX has been determined. Possible medicinal use for schizophrenia patients has been denied on account of the after effects caused by advanced exposure to SCP-XXXX. Further testing has been approved by Dr.█████ to any authorized staff assigned to SCP-XXXX. is no longer required.

ADDENDUM XXXX-A: SCP-XXXX was recovered on 05/22/20██ in ██████, Texas, from a local resident's home after the Foundation picked up reports of a woman informing police that her roommate had committed suicide. Interviews showed that the previous owner became depressed after the victim's roommate had forcibly removed SCP-XXXX from them. During the investigation, SCP-XXXX was confiscated by the Foundation.

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SCP-XXXX-1

SCP-XXXX-1: SCP-XXXX-1 is to kept in the same containment cell as SCP-XXXX on a separate pedestal with a glass covering. SCP-XXXX-1 is a silver key that was discovered after unauthorized staff members conducted an experiment with SCP-XXXX [See Experiment Log XXXX.] SCP-XXXX-1 has gold embellishments covering the head of the object. Gears can also be seen at the head of the object but they do not move so their purpose is believed to be purely decorative. When a subject touches SCP-XXXX-1 the blue gem located on the head of the object will begin to glow a bright white color.

SCP-XXXX-1 was tested on several different types of locks but failed to open any of them. SCP-XXXX-1 was introduced to SCP-XXXX but no immediate connection could be seen. When placed into the hole of SCP-XXXX a loud clicking noise could be heard. When SCP-XXXX-1 is turned while still inside of SCP-XXXX both objects turn pitch black and the gears at the head of the SCP-XXXX-1 begin turning rapidly. After several seconds SCP-XXXX-1 will return to its original state. All the markings on SCP-XXXX have vanished at this point and a faint whisper can be heard coming from the hole in the object. An experiment was conducted to try to communicate with these whispers prompting the discovery of SCP-XXXX-2.

SCP-XXXX-2: SCP-XXXX-2 does not require any containment procedures because it is contained inside of SCP-XXXX. SCP-XXXX-2 is a powerless deity from a dystopian reality. SCP-XXXX-2 can communicate in our reality using SCP-XXXX as a window.[See Audio Log XXXX-2] D-class personnel and higher have been permitted 25-minute sessions once a day to converse with SCP-XXXX-2 upon its request. The gate allowing SCP-XXXX-2 to communicate is to be left open upon its request as it poses no threat to personnel or the Foundation. But the glass box is required to stay on SCP-XXXX when not conversing with SCP-XXXX-2. If personnel wish to donate blood to SCP-XXXX-2 they are free to do so.