"He-Who-Follows"
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SCP-XXXX

Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is to be contained at Site-██ in a large concrete chamber with no windows, high-intensity sodium lights, locked at all times. The lights are used to illuminate SCP-XXXX brightly at all times if not going or going to it's chamber for valid reasons.

When personnel must enter in the chamber for testing, at least 3 personnel must enter. Eye contact with SCP-XXXX must not be broken at any times, while one personnel must interact with the subject. Upon exiting the chamber, three personnel must not broke the eye contact with SCP-XXXX again. Personnel who had infected with the effects of SCP-XXXX, must be kept away and move SCP-XXXX back to it's chamber while using the high intensity sodium light to illuminate SCP-XXXX.

Refering or talking about SCP-XXXX is not allowed. Subjects who refer it to follower, statue, SCP-XXXX, or skeleton will encounter the memetic effects of SCP-XXXX. Writing about it will not affect subject.

Description: SCP-XXXX appears to be a black soapstone statue, measuring 15 feet in height. The statue resembles a pale, black skeleton with an unknown deity of hell or underworld. The origin of SCP-XXXX is yet unknown. The hands are abnormally large, comparing to SCP-513s hands, they are indentical.

SCP-XXXX is generally inert if the eye contact is maintained or not at it by one or more humans or animals. Blinking at SCP-XXXX will not show any hostility to a subject, as if holding the eyes shut for long, it will start following for long. Whenever a human views SCP-XXXX for one time and brokes the eye contact, SCP-XXXX will enter it's "stalking" behavior. It will start following the subject who viewed him previously at the broken eye contact. If the previous subject viewed SCP-XXXX again, it will remain in it's current "stalking" behavior and will still follow the subject which viewed it again. SCP-XXXX will follow the subject until it dies from SCP-XXXXs memetic effects. The memetic effects of SCP-XXXX affects subject's mind as it goes damaged. The effects also gets the subject old by affecting its organs and brains as they get weakened, leaving the subject to die in 10 hours.

When SCP-XXXX gets viewed by two or more subjects, it will stand still, if not approached closely, as if it is, it will walk away. When an eye contact is broken with a group of subjects, SCP-XXXX will kill them when only one subject remains in his sight and will follow him. When referring or talking about SCP-XXXX will manifest the memetic effects of it, which it will make to follow the subject who talked about or refered it. When writing about SCP-XXXX will not affect the subject.

SCP-XXXX is unkillable, as of various tests on how to kill it. When SCP-XXXX is killed, it will recover its parts by attaching them to the right place. If a subject comes to kill SCP-XXXX, it will attack the subject until it dies.

SCP-XXXX was first discovered in France, ████ at the ████████ forest, by french archeologists when hearing about missing statue gone from the ███████ catacombs. When the archeologists found SCP-XXXX, they died when they left. At that time, SCP-XXXX had come into Foundation's attention.