Sandtshark SCPs -- King Rabbit/Mr.Phoenix/Life's Bane Virus


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Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is to be kept within a pen 15 x 15 x 4 meters in dimensions. The pen should contain sufficient food and water to last SCP-XXXX 1 week at a time, and a litter box that is to be cleaned every 5 days. A personal caretaker is to be assigned to SCP-XXXX, who will care for and study SCP-XXXX. Personnel are allowed to interact with SCP-XXXX, but must have permission from its caretaker.

Due to the otherwise typical nature of SCP-XXXX, little to no security is needed to watch SCP-XXXX.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a rabbit 60 cm in height and 34 kg in weight. While it shows no features of any particular breed of rabbit, SCP-XXXX's behavior and diet is consistent with those of its species. SCP-XXXX's fur has a "silver" (grey) and black coloration, and has been consistently described as "the softest thing ever" by both personnel, certain SCPs and civilians that have come into contact with SCP-XXXX.

Although seemingly normal at first, SCP-XXXX has the particular ability to "convince" anything, living and non-living, to like SCP-XXXX almost like a pet. This typically involves removing thoughts that provoke people or objects to want to harm SCP-XXXX with impulses to pet SCP-XXXX.

Several experiments involving SCP-XXXX's seemingly telepathic capabilities have shown that SCP-XXXX does not mean to harm or manipulate, but rather just because it can. No test subjects (including SCPs 682, 173, and examples of SCP-610 [see addendums 01-03]) have been harmed, and willingly left SCP-XXXX's containment with no signs of trauma or impulse to return to SCP-XXXX.

Along with its power to emotionally bond with anything, SCP-XXXX is immortal, and is able to run at speeds of 35 km/h for up to 3 hours on end. It is unknown as to why SCP-XXXX would need this additional ability, seeing as it is well protected by its "friendly" telepathy.

As of ██/██/████ it had also been discovered that specimens of Leporidae (rabbits) seem to follow SCP-XXXX, treating SCP-XXXX as if it were their ruler.

Addendum 01: Interaction with SCP 173

When placed within SCP-173's containment, SCP-XXXX had shown no signs of fear or vigilance towards SCP-173. When SCP-173 had finally interacted with SCP-XXXX (after SCP-XXXX had blinked), SCP-173 was found in a petting motion down SCP-XXXX's back. This had continued until the end of the experiment, while SCP-173's hostility towards human subjects continued. The results ended the same way for the next 2 tests involving SCP-173

Addendum 02: Interaction with SCP-682

When Placed on a platform within SCP-682's containment, SCP-XXXX once again showed no signs of fear, just as it had with SCP-173. SCP-682 had found itself surprisingly attached to SCP-XXXX, or at the least unwilling to kill it as it had others in the past. SCP-682 will rarely mention SCP-XXXX, although mostly as an example to prove a point rather than as a request to interact again.

Addendum 03: Interaction with cases of SCP-610

When placed in an environment along with SCP-610, SCP-XXXX had, as always, shown no fear or anxiety towards its current situation. Surprisingly, the couriers of SCP-610 had shown initial signs of hostility towards SCP-XXXX, but upon reaching approximately 1.5 meters, had begun to show signs of affection, petting SCP-XXXX and embracing it almost as if it were a pet.