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SCP-XXXX

Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: As a result of the entity's anomalous properties, there are no known means as to permanently contain or hold SCP-XXXX within its confinement. As of the current moment, SCP-XXXX is to be kept under the assumption that Site-19 is its current place of residence, and is unable to leave for its own well-being.

SCP-XXXX is to be kept within a standard humanoid containment unit equipped with security camera installed on the near-left corner of the room allowing security personnel to view the entirety of containment. The far-right is to be furnished with a stool surrounded by a square drawn onto the floor. Two armed guards are to be stationed outside of SCP-XXXX's containment unit at all times in order to prevent unauthorized entry and exit to the containment area, and to administer 'time-out' to SCP-XXXX if caught misbehaving.

Items created by SCP-XXXX are to be confiscated immediately and examined for abnormal qualities, and effects. If necessary, SCP-XXXX may be requested to assist in the testing of said items but must remain under constant surveillance within a controlled environment.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a humanoid doll belonging to an unknown toy-line created by Doctor Wondertainment. The entity measures to be 73 centimeters in height, and weighs in at 1.27 kilograms. The fabric and stuffing that makes up SCP-XXXX are comprised of an element that has yet to be identified. This material has shown to be abnormally resistant to damage, and is unable to be changed or altered from its current state1.

The entity is energetic in nature; notably appearing to have a heightened sense of curiosity while craving both the attention and affection from those surrounding it. Most notably seen to be singing or playing games within its containment area, SCP-XXXX has the temperament of a child. Due to this, SCP-XXXX is emotionally fragile, if not unstable, as it is known to throw tantrums or emotionally breakdown in high-stress situations resulting in the involuntary manipulation of its environment. As a note; while it is not Foundation protocol, if the entity is found during a time of emotional turmoil one of two methods are to be used when dealing with the entity's 'episodes.'

Firstly, if SCP-XXXX is found while in a state of intense sadness or loneliness, comforting the entity will resolve the incident and may result in the entity becoming more cooperative with Foundation personnel for a short while. If punishment is to be taken, SCP-XXXX is to be placed in the far-right corner of their containment area designated as 'The Time Out Box' for the full duration of an hour. At this time, SCP-XXXX is not allowed to make noises, leave the box, or use their anomalous abilities. If the entity does not follow these rules, its punishment time will be doubled. While what little authority the Foundation has over SCP-XXXX is purely what it allows, it is an indispensable tool to use when displaying dominance and has proven to be able to dissuade the entity from misbehavior on multiple occasions2. However, if a time should arise that these tactics no-longer have an effect on SCP-XXXX, Protocol XXXX "Grounded" is to be carried out for the next six months.

How SCP-XXXX appears to exist is something that cannot be currently understood by the Foundation, if at all. The entity appears to be similar to other reality-warping entities on the most fundamental and basic level; that being SCP-XXXX is capable of manipulation, and alteration of existence. That being said, while SCP-XXXX is capable of such things, it can somehow do the same with things that do not exist or exist only in theory. It is for this reason that it is unknown if SCP-XXXX truly is a reality-warping entity, or something far more dangerous. However, instead of using its anomalous qualities in a way that could be presented as a threat, it would appear that the entity is fully enamored with the concept of entertaining itself and those around it.

As the primary usage of its anomalous qualities, SCP-XXXX creates and mass produces anomalous items, creatures, and Cognito hazards while not needing to adhere to physics of any kind. It is known that SCP-XXXX does not need to have any materials to perform these acts but does appear to be capable of manipulating their surroundings if desired. While a hand-full of these items are not dangerous, and even in some cases beneficial, some are highly dangerous for human use. SCP-XXXX is also known to constantly use these items to leave its own containment to either satiate its own desire to distribute its creations or its seemingly unending curiosity.

Addendum XXXX - A: History
Located while still in its packaging, SCP-XXXX was purchased from a pawn shop in Stephenville, Texas by Field Agent Cartwright on the 24th of March, 2017 after taking note of the recognized Dr. Wondertainment logo tagged onto the box. When the owner was questioned, no information was known as to how the object arrived other than the proprietor winning a sweepstake they never entered. Agent Cartwright then proceeded to file a report upon arrival at Site-73.

Addendum XXXX - B: Recorded Items Created by SCP-XXXX

Note: The following is not the complete list containing all items created by SCP-XXXX. Instead, this list pertains to some items that may assist the Foundation in understanding the capabilities of the entity. For the full documented record, please see the Annual List of Creations Made by SCP-XXXX .

Addendum XXXX- C: Interviews/etc.

Interviewed: SCP-XXXX

Interviewer: Doctor Barker

Foreword: [Small passage describing the interview]

<Begin Log, [00:17:25]>

Doctor Barker: How are you feeling today, SCP-XXXX?

SCP-XXXXX: Sad.

Doctor Barker: Sad? Why is that?

SCP-XXXX:

Doctor Barker:

SCP-XXXX:

Doctor Barker:

SCP-XXXX:

Doctor Barker:

SCP-XXXX:

Doctor Barker:

SCP-XXXX:

Doctor Barker:

SCP-XXXX:

Doctor Barker:

SCP-XXXX:

Doctor Barker:

SCP-XXXX:

<End Log, [optional time info]>

Closing Statement: After the interview log had ended the tremors created as a byproduct of SCP-XXXX's emotional state intensified to an alarming seismic shock causing site-19 to temporarily lose power, triggering a full site lock-down as a result. After approximately an hour after recording had ended, Foundation personnel were able to breach the walls of the interrogation room used to interview SCP-XXXX. The area had been completely flooded, and Doctor Barker had drowned as a result. SCP-XXXX was found in the far left corner of the room, curled into a fetal position. Due to the risks of engaging in any contact with the entity during such a time, SCP-XXXX was not relocated to their containment area until a member of personnel could properly calm it.

Addendum XXXX - D: Additional Information

  • An unrecognized version of the Dr. Wondertainment logo can be found on the bottom of SCP-XXXX's right foot. When questioned about the marking, SCP-XXXX mentioned that it was there so it could: "Put the right foot forward in any situation." No significant information was able to be acquired.
  • Upon recovery, a slip of paper was found within SCP-XXXX's packaging. The document had a similar format and design to what has been seen with other Doctor Wondertainment brand items, but is illegible due to severe water damage.

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Annual Record of Items Created by SCP-XXXX. ((To be added as a separate page.))