Item #: SCP-XXXX
Object Class: Euclid
Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is to be stored in pieces in two separate containment lockers on Site-██.
Updated containment procedures, implemented due to the events of Incident XXXX-1:
SCP-XXXX is to be stored in a wooden box with internal dimensions 0.5 metres by 0.25 metres by 0.25 metres in a standard containment locker in Site-██. Every day at 11 AM, the wooden box is to be shaken vigorously until noise production ceases. In the event that noise production fails to cease after five (5) minutes of continuous shaking, a containment breach is to be assumed to have occured, and the on-site nuclear warhead is to be activated.
Note: Yes, we are responding to a doll making a noise by detonating the on-site warhead. This is not because the noise is inherently dangerous, even though it is; it's an attempt to sterilise the site of any dangerous SCPs that might be released by the noise. - Site Director ██████████
Description: SCP-XXXX appears to be a Victorian-era porcelain doll in style, although the production of the joints is considerably more advanced than any known joint structure of the appropriate era. Other deviations from the common form involve the torso being composed of two pieces, both porcelain, and the clothing being entirely removable.
If left unbroken, SCP-XXXX produces a noise unanimously described as being extremely annoying. Intriguingly, the noise produced by SCP-XXXX appears to have an upper bound to its volume, always ceasing to rise short of the threshold of damage for any human subject in its radius of effect. The radius of the area affected by the noise extends constantly, at a rate of 1 metre every two hours. Breaking SCP-XXXX halts production of this noise and resets the area of effect to zero (effectively reducing the area of effect to a point within the torso of SCP-XXXX), and it does not begin production of noise again until fully reassembled.
Updated description, implemented due to the events of Incident XXXX-1:
Breaking SCP-XXXX causes it to emit a slightly modified frequency until it is reassembled, beginning at a point again located within the torso of SCP-XXXX, if possible, or if not, located within the largest fragment of SCP-XXXX. Failure of the doll to reassemble reveals that the modified frequency appears to have no upper limit on volume, and this noise will continue to increase in volume until the doll is reassembled.
The final anomalous property exhibited by SCP-XXXX is the ability it possesses to reassemble itself, even on a molecular level, through motion of individual pieces similar to larvae of the family Geometridae. It is currently unknown how this occurs, as the porcelain composing SCP-XXXX should not be able to flex in such a way as to allow these movements to occur.
Incident Log XXXX-1
SCPs Involved: SCP-XXXX, SCP-███, SCP-███
Date and Time of Incident: Began 02:52, 30/06/20██, ended 05:31, 01/07/20██
Timeline of Events:
02:52, 30/06: Original containment procedures for SCP-XXXX put into effect.
03:42, 30/06: On-site personnel working in facilities near the containment lockers storing SCP-XXXX become aware of a noise similar to, but not exactly the same as, that produced by SCP-XXXX when whole. Assuming something had gone wrong, Doctors ██████ and ███████ move towards containment lockers.
03:52, 30/06: Doctors ██████ and ███████ become unable to hear due to noise.
04:01, 30/06: Doctor ██████ shown on camera to clutch his ears. Doctor ███████ apparently winces in pain. This coincides with many more personnel across Site-██ becoming aware of the noise emitted.
04:02, 30/06: Doctor ██████'s ears begin to visibly bleed on camera. Doctor ███████ collapses. Security personnel, responding to an assumed containment breach on SCP-███, head towards containment cells, outfitted with ear protecters as outlined in standard protocol.
04:05, 30/06: Cameras in Containment Room ██, the room containing lockers for SCP-XXXX, fail due to loss of structural integrity due to vibration caused by noise.
04:30, 30/06: Walls of Containment Room ██ begin to crumble under vibratory strain. Notably, two of these walls abut cells for other SCPs.
04:41, 30/06: SCP-███, held in a cell adjacent to SCP-XXXX, breaches containment via the wall of Containment Room ██.
04:43, 30/06: SCP-███, beginning to enter a Rampage state, destroys the wall abutting SCP-███'s Cell. Containment of SCP-███ breached.
04:52, 30/06: Security staff respond to containment breach alerts on SCPs-███ and ███. Site-██ locked down. Delay in response currently under investigation, but assumed to be due to response to supposed breach in containment on SCP-███.
05:24, 30/06: Contact with Site-██ lost, assumed to be due to destruction of hardware by SCP-███. All further timeline events are the combination of hypothesis and eye-witness testimony.
06:39, 30/06: Complete conversion of Containment Cell ███ and Containment Room ██ by SCP-███.
08:12, 30/06: Lockdown initiated on Site-██ cafeteria, at that point the location of SCP-███. All personnel inside assumed lost.
09:01, 30/06: SCP-███'s Rampage state ceases, it enters Sleep state.
13:15, 30/06: Pieces of SCP-XXXX reassemble.
16:23, 30/06: Security personnel discover extent of conversion by SCP-███. Acting site Director ████ approves the use of flamethrowers in recontaining SCP-███. SCP-███ tranferred with extreme caution into a purpose-built Mobile Containment Unit.
23:12, 30/06: SCP-███ recontained.
05:31, 01/07: Personnel from other Sites arrive, aid in restoring functional communication to and from Site-██
List of Casualties: [Level 4 Clearance required for full details]
D-class personnel: ███
Scientists: ██, including Doctors ██████ and ███████.
After-Incident Statement: We fucked it up. We didn't work out exactly what the hell SCP-XXXX did before containing it, and as a result, we fucked it up. I'm recommending that we revise our containment procedures for SCP-███, SCP-███ and SCP-XXXX. I'm also resigning from my position as Site-██'s Assistant Director, effective the minute this Incident Log is published to Foundation systems. - Acting Site Director ████, now Agent ████.
Proposed tags: scp, euclid, acoustic, autonomous (?), humanoid (?), self-repairing, toy
Item #: SCP-XXXX
Object Class: Safe Euclid
Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is to be contained in a dedicated marked 100 metre-long holding area. SCP-XXXX is not to be moved from this area, and portions of SCP-XXXX may not be used except for testing. This area is to be swept twice-weekly, and the sweepings placed in a bin placed in the containment area. Any reports of collapsed houses in the Sierra Nevada area of California due to unexpected structural failure are to be investigated and, if necessary, portions of SCP-XXXX are to be contained with the main bulk of SCP-XXXX.
Description: SCP-XXXX is the entire trunk of a Sequoiadendron giganteum, plus any removed portions of said trunk. As yet, it is unconfirmed as to whether SCP-XXXX includes the branches or roots of the tree it came from. The full dimensions of SCP-XXXX and the locations of any portions which are not in Foundation control are also uncertain.
SCP-XXXX is able to "reconstitute" itself at a molecular scale, teleporting individual atoms to the appropriate location relative to the largest portion remaining. The bonds to adjacent atoms have been confirmed to be broken as a result of this teleportation, but the mechanism by which this occurs is currently unknown as no energy fluctuation is noted near the main bulk of SCP-XXXX or excised portions.
Addendum: Following the unexpected collapse of ████████, ██████, it has been decided to upgrade SCP-XXXX to Euclid, due to potential unexpected effects on populations in and around the Sierra Nevada area.
Proposed tags: scp, euclid, arboreal, ectoentropic, organic (?), plant, teleportation, wooden (?)
Item #: SCP-████
Object Class: Euclid
Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is to be contained in a standard humanoid containment cell in Site-██ with its current imprintee, D-9316702. Three standard D-class meals are to be given each day to D-9316702 in order to ensure that he remains alive and he is also to receive regular health check-ups.
At least once every ten (10) days, SCP-████ and D-9316702 are to be allowed access to the on-site Recreation Facility in order to play a round of golf. Both SCP-████ and D-9316702 are to be assigned one (1) golf club and one (1) chihuahua for this purpose. In the event that two chihuahuas cannot be located, larger dogs may be used. Under no circumstances should other types of canid be used.
Should an Inversion Event occur, Site-██ is to be evacuated and a new imprintee for SCP-████ is to be located and introduced to SCP-████ as soon as possible after the Inversion Event occurs. This person should be a member of D-Class personnel with knowledge of and reasonable skill in golf and a tendency towards cruelty to animals. This person will then be briefed on their exact role with regards to SCP-████.
Description: SCP-████ is a sentient desktop globe with the ability to move and play golf. The exact mechanism by which it moves and uses golf clubs is unknown.
In the event of any one of a set of four criteria being met, SCP-████ will undergo an Inversion Event. At the beginning of an Inversion Event, SCP-████ will invert itself (the sphere portion of SCP-████ will turn itself inside-out). For a period of three (3) hours following this event, any human coming any closer to SCP-████ than 3 metres will spontaneously invert, dying in the process, and SCP-████ will roam randomly. Circumstances known to trigger Inversion Events include:
- SCP-████ loses a round of golf.
- SCP-████ fails to play a round of golf against a living opponent for longer than ten (10) days.
- SCP-████ is provided with a type of canid other than Canis lupus familiaris for the purposes of a game of golf.
- 365 days pass since last Inversion Event.
Item #: SCP-████
Object Class: Euclid
Special Containment Procedures: SCP-████ is to be kept in its original packaging in the packing crate in which it was recovered in a standard containment cell in Site 51. SCP-████ is not to be removed from its packaging except for the purposes of testing, which requires Level 4 approval. No tests may be conducted on living matter. Testing on SCP-████-1 is to use no more than 10 ml at a time. SCP-████-2 is to use no more than 100 g at a time which much be decanted from the bottle containing it to a silica glass beaker.
Under no circumstances are solid objects not composed of silica to be introduced to bottles of SCP-████-2.
Description: SCP-████ is a pair of liquids which display anomalous properties.
SCP-████-1 possesses physical properties similar to those of water, barring the following exceptions:
- All forms of optical spectroscopy fail entirely to record any absorbance.
- Mass spectrometry carried out on SCP-████-1 gives results similar to those recorded for a mixture of aqua regia and hydrofluoric acid.
- Despite clearly possessing mass and volume due to being affected by gravity, all objective measures of density for SCP-████-1 return a result of zero; that is, for the purposes of non-comparative measurements, SCP-████-1 has no mass.
- SCP-████-1 can be used to dissolve any solid substance other than silica.
If SCP-████-1 is used to dissolve a solid substance, that substance is transformed into an equal mass of SCP-████-2, consuming a volume of SCP-████-1 equal to the volume of the solid dissolved. This process can also occur to living tissue, but is typically described as being excruciatingly painful for the subject and can be fatal due to the interaction between SCP-████-2 and living tissue.
SCP-████-2 is green in colour and possesses physical properties similar to those of black treacle, barring the following exceptions:
- Excepting UV/visible-light spectroscopy, all forms of optical spectroscopy entirely fail to record any absorbance.
- UV/visible-light spectroscopy also fails to record any absorbance except for the visible light range, where it records 100% absorbance.
- Mass spectroscopy for SCP-████-2 gives results that should result in spontaneous decay of the molecules involved. To date, each result has been different and no chemically possible structure has been proposed to fit any decay pattern.
- Density testing on SCP-████-2 has revealed that it has a density higher than that of osmium.
When a non-living solid object comes into contact with a mass of SCP-████-2 with equal mass to said object, the mass of SCP-████-2 turns into a perfect replica of the object in question, although whether anomalous effects are also reproduced is currently being tested.
If a living organism comes into contact with SCP-████-2, portions of SCP-████-2 form perfect clones of the cells of the organism, attached directly to the surface of that organism. This typically results in a runaway reaction in which a large mass of flesh attaches itself to the organism in question, which can effectively immobilize it. In addition, despite the fact that the cells generated in this way are perfect clones of the original organism's cells, they behave as though they were cancerous.
SCP-████-1 and SCP-████-2 are packaged inside 500 ml silica glass bottles bearing Wondertainment branding with stoppers. SCP-████ packaging has been determined to be non-anomalous. Only the liquids contained inside the packaging have anomalous properties.
Location: Anomalous Fluids Testing Lab, Site 51
SCPs Involved: SCP-████-2
Date and Time of Incident: ██/██/20██
Sequence of Events: During testing on SCP-████-2 to ascertain its properties, Dr ██████ introduced the tip of a syringe needle into a bottle of SCP-████-2 in order to collect a sample. Upon contact between the needle and SCP-████-2 occuring, the entire mass of SCP-████-2 inside the bottle transformed into replicas of the metallic portion of said syringe needle, resulting in expulsion, at high speed, of over ██ darts of metal. Unfortunately, Dr ██████'s head was in line with the mouth of the bottle at the time, resulting in his near-immediate death. As a result of this incident, current containment protocols for SCP-████-2 were established.
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Item #: SCP-████
Object Class: Safe/Euclid/Keter
Special Containment Procedures: [REDACTED]
Description: [DATA EXPUNGED]
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