Quynine's Sandbox
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Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is to be contained in a locked box, the combination to which is to be given to all level 3 staff and above upon request. Anything retrieved from SCP-XXXX is to be photographed and then stored in low-value item storage. Protective gloves must be worn at all times while testing with SCP-XXXX (see incident report XXXX-A.).

Description: SCP-XXXX is a leather wallet, apparently manufactured in 1985 by the ██████████ Corporation, although dating methods have proven inconsistent. It contains 3 slots on the right side of the wallet and a larger pocket with a clear front on the left side. Whenever SCP-XXXX is closed, a piece of identification will appear in the front left pocket. High-speed cameras have not shown the means by which the identification appears in SCP-XXXX, suggesting some form of teleportation. It is not known where these pieces of identification come from, nor is it known how SCP-XXXX selects which pieces of identification to retrieve. Any identification placed in the front left pocket will disappear upon the wallet being closed and will be replaced by a new piece of identification.

Any piece of identification that can fit in SCP-XXXX’s pocket can be retrieved from the object. To date, these have included:

  • Driver’s licenses
  • Government Identification
  • Folded identification papers
  • Autographed memorabilia
  • Military badges
  • Corporate key cards
  • Foundation identification badges
  • Torn pieces of human flesh

Objects pulled from SCP-XXXX are not the original pieces of identification, but they are perfect replicas, functionally indistinguishable from the original. It is unknown whether SCP-XXXX is sentient or even sapient, or whether all identification pulled from SCP-XXXX has a reality-based counterpart (see testing logs for more information.).

SCP-XXXX was acquired by The Foundation on ██/██/1987. John █████ of ██████, Washington was attempting to renew his membership to a local fishing club. When asked to produce identification, Mr. █████ instead produced a driver's license belonging to Oklahoma resident █████ ██████████. Mr. █████ contacted the police about the missing driver's license, but when Mr. █████ noted the method by which he acquired Mr. ██████████'s license, Foundation agents planted in the local police force confiscated the wallet.

Addendum XXXX-1
Noncomplete list of objects retrieved from SCP-XXXX. For a full list, please consult Document XXXX-A.

Time of Retrieval: 10:23, 12/12/1987
Identification Produced: Driver's Licence, belonging to John ██████████, a resident of Saint Petersburg, Florida.
Notes: This will be considered the control object for SCP-XXXX.

Time of Retrieval: 11:51, 18/02/1988
Identification Produced:: A signed photo of baseball player Mark McGuire.
Notes: The photo was signed "from me to myself, Mark."

Time of Retrieval:15:31, 04/08/1995
Identification Produced: A folded work visa for the nation of Turkey, belonging to Evangelo ████████, valid until 09/03/1990. Evangelo ████████ is currently a resident of Greece and has denied ever obtaining permission to work in Turkey.
Notes: Sector of work specified on the visa was "Organ harvesting".

Time of Retrieval: 10:48, 06/01/1998
Identification Produced: A business card for Standard Construction Procurement, a Foundation front company. The business card belonged to Megan Sterevanganiosalaviogania. No such person is employed by Standard Construction Procurement.
Notes: The number present on the business card was for a pizzeria in █████████, Switzerland.

Time of Retrieval: 09:43, 03/01/1999
Identification Produced: A United States Permanent Residence card, belonging to Igor ████████.
Notes: At the time of retrieval, Igor ████████ was still a resident of the Russian Federation. He would not become a United States resident and retrieve this identification until █/██/2001.

Time of Retrieval: 14:47, 08/07/2002
Identification Produced: Dr. ██████████'s foundation identification card, completely identical to the original.
Notes: Also functioned exactly as the original, possible security risk reported, testing temporarily suspended.

Time of Retrieval: 17:01 07/09/2007
Identification Produced: A passport for the nation of Taured, belonging to Penèlope Vallespí.
Notes: None.

Time of Retrieval: 11:57 18/12/2013
Identification Produced: Identification card for the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, belonging to Viktor Mykhaylovych Degtyarenko. Degtyarenko was confirmed dead in the Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster.
Notes: Card was soon found to be highly irradiated and was isolated in a lead-lined container in low-value item storage. Exposure to staff minimal.

Incident XXXX-A