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Photograph of SCP-XXXX

Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Euclid

Threat Level: Yellow

Special Containment Procedure: SCP-XXXX is to be contained in a bulletproof display glass box, and must not be approached within a five meter radius within its containment chamber. Personnel must always be equipped with sound-proof headphones and polyvinyl chloride gloves as to prevent personnel from being affected upon physical contact.

Onsite observation and containment for SCP-XXXX is handled by two security personnel. Any plans for conducting experiment on SCP-XXXX requires a Level 3 access. four security personnel. Site personnel are prohibited to enter and conduct experiments on SCP-XXXX without consent, and approval from the Site Director. Additionally, if the Site Director has given the approval to conduct experiments of said SCP; no more than two Class-D personnel should be present during the experiment.

Should SCP-XXXX managed to affect more than one subject; this should be considered a containment breach and all personnel who are affected by SCP-XXXX are to be considered expendable and immediately terminated on sight.


Description: SCP-XXXX is a long staff that measures at 87.5 cm in length and 25 mm in diameter. Attached to the staff is a red orb that appears to be fixed in place by a silver goblin on the staff, but the materials for the silver goblin is widely believed to be made out of aluminum. The long staff however, is shown to be made out of a rare wooden material known as Dalbergia melanoxylon. Analysis onto the red orb has yet been undetermined.

Subjects that are within a five meter radius of SCP-XXXX will begin to hear buzzing around their surroundings, to which they will be forced to confront SCP-XXXX and make physical contact. Once the subject has made physical contact with SCP-XXXX, the anomalous effects upon contact will automatically take place. These side effects will include:

  • Numbness around the body.
  • Decreasing of body temperature.
  • Development of forefront canine teeth.
  • Aggressive behavior.
  • Dehydration and lack of erythrocytes.1

After immediate physical contact with SCP-XXXX, the subject will automatically be designated as SCP-XXXX-2 and will harm any person or animal within their vicinity, causing SCP-XXXX-2 to attack and extract an individual blood through any parts of the body.

Note: SCP-XXXX-2's erythropoietin2 goes through an immediate change upon physical contact with SCP-XXXX, it causes the production of red blood cells to rapidly decrease and SCP-XXXX-2 to have this increasing need to extract more red blood cells through means of obtaining from other beings. Further experiments have shown significantly that SCP-XXXX-2 is immune to any known strain of diseases, excluding fungal diseases.

Object History: SCP-XXXX attracted the Foundation's attention when periodic check of incident reports of metropolitan areas had picked up a case where victims had their blood exsanguinated by unknown means within ████████, WA. Many of the victims corpses had bite marks on them, and some witnesses had reported seeing an individual to be very pale, as well as having long fangs that were visible.. MTF Omicron-14 ("Fear Kills Us"), a specialized task force unit that tracks, contains, and studies cryptozoology entities, as well as inanimate objects, was deployed to investigate these unknown cases.

Further investigations onto these cases had led MTF Omicron-14 to track and pursue SCP-XXXX-2, when they had intercepted an emergency call of an unknown individual attacking someone on the streets. The individual was identified as SCP-XXXX-2, and was chased down to an alley by MTF Omicron-14. Immediately, SCP-XXXX-2 began to attack one of the MTF operatives but was immediately gunned down and killed.

SCP-XXXX-2's apartment was later searched by MTF Omicron-14. After an extended search around the apartment, they were able to find and discover SCP-XXXX in a hidden old chest, along with an old historical journal that was contained within. It was unclear how SCP-XXXX-2 had obtain SCP-XXXX in the first place, but it was presumed that they had purchased the object from an anonymous buyer on the internet. Attempts to track the anonymous buyer had yet been unsuccessful. (See Addendum XXXX-02 for contents of the journal.)

Addendum XXXX-02:

Incident Report XXXX: