SlenderHunter's Sandbox

Item Number: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: Samples of SCP-XXXX have been deemed Class 2 biological hazards and should be treated as such. All handling of SCP-XXXX samples is prohibited unless approved by Head Researcher Thadeus Smith. All samples are to be stored in Laboratory 3 of Biological Site 07, in seperate vials. Currently there are 15 samples of SCP-XXXX. If a vial containing SCP-XXXX is broken, Laboratory 3 will be locked down. Any personnel inside will be considered infected. Security personnel will enter the laboratory with standard Biological Containment suits and sterilize every surface in the laboratory. If SCP-XXXX breaches containment and spreads throughout Site 07, Site 07 is to be quarantined and SCP-XXXX be allowed to die out. SCP-XXXX-1 is to be kept in a standard humanoid containment cell in Biological Site 07. This cell is to have an independent ventilation and plumbing system from the rest of the site, in order to prevent SCP-XXXX spreading throughout the site.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a virus, with a current infection rate of 96%. It is spread through contact with a persons blood, urine, sweat, and other bodily fluids. Preliminary symptoms of the virus manifest 1 week after exposure, and include:

  • Confusion
  • Problems concentrating

3 weeks after preliminary exposure, more symptoms develop:

  • Headaches
  • Memory problems
  • Vomiting

2 months after preliminary exposure, the final symptoms develop:

  • Loss of control of body
  • Insanity

SCP-XXXX-1, formerly Dr. Vang, a Level 3 researcher with the SCP Foundation, is a human male who is the original host of SCP-XXXX.

Recovery Log: During the "Bloody Friday" attack on Site 17, a computer virus was released into the Site 17 computer system. Its primary function was the erasing/corruption of memory. SCP-890 attempted surgery on a computer infected with the virus, however, Dr. Vang intervened and fought SCP-890. During the fight, he was cut by a scalpel covered with "blood" from the computer system. It is believed that the computer virus, when the computer was operated on by SCP-890, transferred to a real-world equivalent, a real virus. See SCP-890 documentation and Dr. Clef's after-action review of "Bloody Friday" for more information.