Othello the Cat's SCPs
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Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: Any information regarding SCP-XXXX discovered in the public is to be copied and stored in the Foundation database, with the original copy deleted. Any civilians discovered discussing anything involving SCP-XXXX or creating any content related to it is to be located in person and amnesticized.

AIC "DiDi" is to monitor SCP-XXXX outside of the Foundation database, should it decide to break its agreement to only create instances of SCP-XXXX-A within Foundation servers and its website. As long as the agreement is upheld, Foundation Researchers are advised to regularly read any instances of SCP-XXXX-A that are created, ensuring that each instance is read at least once for SCP-XXXX's mental health.

The location of SCP-XXXX's author, designated PoI-XXX, is still unknown, but investigations are underway.

Description: SCP-XXXX is the designation for the previously abandoned webcomic series "Paradix High School", created in 2009 by an unnamed author. The comic itself described the life of various fictional supernatural or paranormal teenagers in a high school setting, incorporating LGBT-related themes into most of the story arcs.

In 2014, the author announced that they would no longer create comics, due to no longer feeling passionate about the project, but in 2016, comics consisting of the series' characters in new storylines were once again posted on the website where the comic was previously hosted. While it was previously believed to be either the author returning to work on the comic or a fan creating the comics once again, additional instances of these comics began appearing on other websites, including some governmentally-restricted websites. Upon learning of the comics' invasion of these websites, The Foundation investigated the comics and was able to successfully delete any instances that did not appear on the website itself.

While further comics, which were then designated SCP-XXXX-A, were created, Foundation researchers noticed the characters in the comics reacting to the actions of The Foundation, many characters referring to certain researchers in protest of their actions. Further testing with the comics determined that six of the characters that reside in SCP-XXXX are sentient, somewhat aware of their surroundings regarding who is currently reading them, and that they themselves are responsible for the creation and distribution of these comics.

Addendum: Below is the initial series of interviews conducted between Dr. Frederich Garvin and SCP-XXXX-1 through SCP-XXXX-6.

Author Note: The following interviews will be in comic strip form, and the collapsibles are currently outlines.