Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is an inanimate object that does not require stringent containment procedures.

Description: SCP-XXXX is an object of unknown dimensions and make. Its appearance and material composition seems to shift instantaneously upon establishing visual contact. SCP-XXXX has been noted to take on multiple appearances and physical forms at once, indicating some property equivalent to quantum superposition.

Interviewed: D-13953 in the presence of SCP-XXXX
Interviewer: Dr.████
Foreword: D

<Begin Log>
Dr.████: D-13953, what does SCP-XXXX look like?

D-13953: Uh, it looks like a set of jacks.

Dr.████: Jacks?

D-13953: Yeah, like the children's toy.

Dr.████: Interesting…

D-13953: How so?

Dr.████: Because it looks like a pair of dice to me.
<End Log>

SCP-XXXX seems to gravitate towards assuming the shape of juvenile toys and games. It displays no outward reactions that would indicate sentience. Outside of its apparent shapeshifting ability, which appears to involve [REDACTED], SCP-XXXX is completely inert and has not been observed to demonstrate either motion or interaction with the world at large.

Subjects within a close proximity to SCP-XXXX (exact distances seems to vary) are compelled to interact with SCP-XXXX in some fashion, either picking it up or utilizing it a manner demonstrative of its appearance to the subject. After a considerable time of interaction with SCP-XXXX, subjects begin to experience increasingly lucid dreams while their perception of reality is dulled. Subjects may experience an altered perception of time as well as short-term memory loss. After an extensive period of time, subjects may begin to experience bouts of complete amnesia. Throughout this process, the subject’s sleep schedule generally shifts, time usually spent awake is spent sleeping and vice-versa.

At this point, most subjects exposed to SCP-XXXX become catatonic and eventually self-terminate. A small percentage of subjects (roughly █%) miraculously recover. Reports of their experiences have been logged and stored at Site-[REDACTED].