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Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Euclid Keter

Special Containment Procedures: The outer layer of SCP-XXXX's containment area is lined with .5cm of iron and should be inspected daily for signs of rust or damage. All items used in containment of SCP-XXXX should contain or have parts containing some amount of iron1, including additional weapons carried by security guards. IEDs containing iron shrap

In the event that any personnel assigned to containment of SCP-XXXX is contacted by staff from Area-37, they are to

Persons entering the containment chamber are permitted to bring a small gift2 with them and present it to SCP-XXXX before engaging in any interaction with it. While not technically required as part of containment, this practice is highly encouraged; observation staff have noticed a marked decrease in both personnel and D-class reported either KIA or missing after this practice was adopted.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a humanoid figure which most commonly manifests as an grandmotherly old woman. Subject is affable and engages in regular conversation with staff

wooden rod approximately 40cm in length. It is comprised of three intertwined shafts of wood - oak (Quercus robur), ash (Fraxinus excelsior), and hawthorn (Crataegus monogyna) - which taper to a point at one end.

Interviewed: SCP-XXXX

Interviewer: Dr. Claire Wythers, Head of Thaumaturgic Research at Site-██

Foreword: Due to her extensive knowledge in the field, Dr. Wythers was called in to review SCP-XXXX's case file to determine what danger, if any, was posed by housing both SCP-XXXX and SCP-XXXX-1 at Area-██. Dr. Wythers requested to speak with the subject, and was granted permission

//Dr. Wythers enters SCP-XXXX's containment chamber

SCP-XXXX: Good afternoon, dearie. You wouldn't happen to be here to return my wand, would you?

Dr. Wythers: I'm afraid not. I'm here because I'd thought your kind extinct.

SCP-XXXX: Oh my, no. Not extinct, not by half, though not from lack of trying. 'Wiped us out', they said. 'Root and branch', they said. I mean, what utter, utter rudeness. The gall.

Dr. Wythers: I did not come here to debate the ethics of genocide.

SCP-XXXX: I expect not. If you're here, if you know who I am, what I am, I expect you have questions.

Dr. Wythers: Many, though I don't suppose I'll be able to pay for them all.

SCP-XXXX: Nothing is free, sweetie. But I'll tell you what: since you're such a darling young lady3 I'll trade you a question for a question. Quid pro quo, dearie.

Dr. Wythers: How did [REDACTED] and become the dominant species?

SCP-XXXX: My my, such a big question from such little girl. Not content to walk before we run, I see.

Dr. Wythers: I believe in cutting to the chase.

SCP-XXXX: The little apes were like you in so many ways.

Dr. Wythers:


Description: SCP-XXXX is a symbol of authority and power among the Children of Mab, held by those who dedicate their lives to helping the less fortunate among the hairless, bipedal apes. It should be used to breathe fire into the hearts of the worthy and purge and punish those undeserving of the gift of life.

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