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Item #: 3621

Item Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-3621 is to be kept in a glass observatory overlooking SCP-3621-1’s containment chamber. Entrance to chamber requires 04 access. Instances of SCP-3621-1 are to be kept in a 50m by 50m chamber with walls of reinforced steel. If an instance of SCP-3621-1 attempts to escape, no doors are to be opened, even if this jeapordizes the lives of any faculty with less than 04 access.

Description: SCP-3621 is a 750 page hardcover book with blank pages (apart from page numbers written in Egyptian Numerals) and a red cover. It is titled, in the Egyptian dialect, Fantasies and Realities. Page and 20 is torn out. Pages 1, 8, 348, 561 (view Instance Log) and 724 are filled with drawings of a winged snake, a griffin, a sphinx, and an ancient trireme respectively (excluding 561). They are each signed with an Egyptian name, reading Ahmose, Itisen, Khafra, and Tutkheperre. They are all believed to be ancient Egyptian rulers.

The anomalous properties of SCP-3621 include the power of creation. When an item is drawn on one of the empty pages, it will materialize within 20m over a 2 minute period. A creation of SCP-3621 is referred to as SCP-3621-1. Instances of SCP-3621-1 cannot reproduce in any way. Behaviors of instances of SCP-3621-1 appear to be agressive and unorganized. They do not appear to be sentient, but will attack any humans in their line of sight. Pages torn out of SCP-3621 have no anomalous properties, and the corresponding instance of SCP-3621-1 will dematerialize over a period of 5 minutes.

Instance Log:

SCP-3621-1-A is a winged serpent appearing on page 1 and signed Ahmose. The serpent has 4 fangs, with an Egyptian ring on one of them. It’s wings are white and feathered. It is theorized to represent the Egyptian goddess Wadjet. It possesses no venomous qualities.

SCP-3621-1-B is a griffin appearing on page 8 and signed Itisen. The griffin’s wings are covered in bronze scales. It has a harness on its back and was believed to be used as a method of transportation as well as a weapon. According to legend, Pharaoh Itisen II rode a griffin into battle when fighting the Assyrians. Legends are unconfirmed, however a broken Assyrian blade was found lodged in one of its wings.

SCP-3621-1-C is a Sphinx. It has the body of a lion and the head of a human and appears on page 348, signed Khafra. It is much smaller than its statue counterpart, at 1.7 meters from tail to head and 1.2 meters tall. It does not possess the ability to speak. It is believed to be a guardian to Pharaoh Khafra I’s tomb, placed there by Pharaoh Khafra II.

SCP-3621-1-D is a Trireme. It is the only mechanical contraption appearing in SCP-3621, on page 724 and signed Tutkheperre. The sails are made of a leather sheet and are in perfect condition. It can be steered onto land, a 2 meter body of water is always below it, suspended midair. Tutkheperre I was an inventor rather than a Pharaoh, and provided Ahmose III with triremes, presumably after studying the one created by SCP-3621.

SCP-3621-1-E is a normal housecat created for experimentation. The page was removed from the book, and the housecat dematerialized. The page was numbered 561, and the drawing was done by Dr. JPK.

by Lost Bondage