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Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: Castlehacket manor and estate have been bought by the Foundation where the population of SCP-XXXX resides within artificial vespiaries. All handling of SCP-XXXX is to be done wearing thick padded vespinary suits. SCP-XXXX are to be fed sugar water daily and the entire population is to be culled by 80% every month. Weekly health checks are to be performed by an experienced entomologist.

SCP-XXXX-A subjects are to be quarantined for further study.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a species of Vespa mandarinia japonica, the Japanese hornet, the sting of which renders the subject unconscious for between 5 to 16 days. after which the subject will display a marked increase in intelligence as well as lateral reasoning, the sting of SCP-XXXX also seems to cure any existing mental disorders. Subjects stung by SCP-XXXX, now referred to as SCP-XXXX-A will have a strong urge to create various works of art, ranging from paintings to sculptures to everyday objects. These artworks increase in complexity eventually SCP-XXXX-A begins to produce anomalous items, henceforth referred to as SCP-XXXX-B.

SCP-XXXX-A appear severely emaciated regardless of they amount of food they consume. After a period of roughly a year, SCP-XXXX-A will begin to return to their normal intelligence levels and the urge to create art will fade. Several hundred hornet eggs will begin to grow within SCP-XXXX-A's lungs, and upon hatching fly out of the esophagus often causing severe hemorrhaging.

Addendum XXXX-1: SCP-XXXX was discovered in 1984 in Castlehacket manor, Ireland. Baron Connor Bodkin, the owner of the manor, had cultivated several nests of SCP-XXXX and had been kidnaping local farmers and turning them into SCP-XXXX-A, forcing them to create SCP-XXXX-B objects for his own monetary gain. His operation was discovered by a dinner guest who stumbled upon the anomalous sweatshop in the manor's cellar. Foundation agents within the Garda Síochána (Irish police force) were alerted to the anomalous occurrence in the manor.

Bodkins corpse was discovered at the bottom of the service stairwell covered in hornet stings. The cellar was infested with SCP-XXXX. A full list of objects recovered from the Castlehacket manor cellar is available below.

Addendum XXXX-2:

Item #: SCP-XXXX-B-1

Description: Several wooden chests filled with hand-pulled tesseract cubes, comprised of several materials such as: gold, diamond, silver, platinum, glass and granite.

Item #: SCP-XXXX-B-2

Description: A set of four gold rings each representing the four classical elements, earth, wind, fire and air. Snapping one's fingers while wearing a ring will manifest the corresponding element. Wearing all four rings on the index finger and pointing at an organism while snapping will cause it to disintegrate.

Item #: SCP-XXXX-B-3

Description: A 3 metre tall traditional clay Golem dressed in an ill-fitting tuxedo, it will accept any command. written in Yiddish, It does not seem to understand the concept of doors.

Item #: SCP-XXXX-B-4

Description: Several ornate ashtrays of which the interior is comprised of an unknown black substance, which is impenetrable to all objects bar ashes and cigarette butts which sink into it.

Item #: SCP-XXXX-B-5

Description: A copy of Augustus of Prima Porta, except that The statue of Augustus has been replaced by that of a Cherub. and the statue of a cherub tugging at Agustus' tunic in the original has been replaced with a miniature statue of Augustus. Objects can be levitated above the statues outstretched index finger to a near unlimited mass.

Item #: SCP-XXXX-B-6

Description: A bottle filled with a brown oily liquid labeled “Rusky”. Dr. Larson volunteered to drink the liquid but was denied permission. D-3058 ingested SCP-XXXX-B-6 and suffered severe gastric distress for the subsequent 24 hours. D-3058 is now fluent in Russian.