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[[tab SCP Idea #1]]
Item#: SCP-1305

Object Class: Keter

Special containment procedures:SCP-1305 must be kept in a room about 60 meters in length and 70 meters in width armored with Reinforced corrode resistant steel pannels and airlocks. This room will be placed in a larger room within a vaccum to avoid an outbreak/containment breach. Absolutly no ventilation systems are allowed in SCP-1305's chamber. Maintenance teams are requiared to replace pannels every 2 months to avoid an outbreak/containment breach. When teams are replacing pannels and airlock doors, make sure that they are equipped with corrode resistant hazmat suits and the propor tools for repairing and replacing damages caused by SCP-1305-1. Repairs must take no longer then 30 minutes for the risk of an outbreak/containment breach. If any member exposed skin or tissue in SCP-1305's chamber, repairs must be progonated until the exposed member is discovered and terminated. When Class-D personal enter the chamber for testing, only 3 to 8 members can enter. Subjects will not be allowed to leave until all Class-D subjects have expired due to the risk of an outbreak/containment breach. In the event of an outbreak/containment breach, all personal (encluding SCP's at the site) must prepare for a complete lockdown, checked for contamination, and evacuated off site. All ventilation will be turned off to slow the movement of SCP-1305-1 through the facility. Several agents must stay behind, find the source of the outbreak/containment breach, and seal it off before decontamination. Once sealing is complete, agents must rendezvous to extraction point until the site has been decontaminated. See SCP-1305 Emergancy evacuation procedures for more details.

Description:SCP-1305 is a painting depicting several demon-like creatures feasting on human limps around an obsidian table. SCP-1305 was found in a pawn shop that closed down in 1998. The Foundation took notice after several deaths have been reported inside the shop. The pawn shop was corroding at an unatural rate as well as the items inside. SCP-1305 gives off an invisable gas that corrodes, withers, and decays anything that the gas has contaminated, known as SCP-1305-1. This gas affects metal, liquid, living beings, and other gasses (certain gasses are immune to SCP-1305-1). Decompotion of an object can take as long as 4 months depending on the object and how resistant it is to decay. If a living being is exposed to SCP-1305-1, the infected member will carry SCP-1305-1 with it and spread the virus. Living subjects are known to be completely conscious during the decompotion. There seems to be no physical or chemical way to repel SCP-1305-1 unless placed in an airless chamber. Other decomposers are immune to SCP-1305-1 and are attracted to contaminated individuals.

Note: It is confirmed that SCP-500 can eliminate early signs of infection.
[[tab Outbreak Procedures]]
SCP-1305 Emergancy evacuation procedures:

The following steps are to be taken when SCP-1305-1 escapes containment
■All SCPs must be transported off site. All SCPs (whether Safe, Euclid, or Keter class) will be escorted to extraction point that will be placed outside the facility in a secure location. Be sure to follow the Special Containment Procedures for the SCPs to avoid any further complications, especially with Keter classes. Extraction point will change every month, so be sure that your kept up to date with the current extraction point. Do not let any SCPs escape during extraction! DO NOT allow any SCPs to escape during rendezvous to the extraction point!
■Be sure you're wearing the SCP Foundation's Corrode resistant hazmat suits during an outbreak/containment breach and always have one at the ready.
■All ventilation systems must be turned offline and airducks blocked to slow the process of SCP-1305-1 through the facility.
■Watch for withering, corroding, or decomposing objects on your way out of the facility. Report the area it was last seen and mark the area/room with a orange flag on the floor to warn others on their way through the site. Give this information to Level 4 or Level 5 personal for an estimated time before the whole site is completely contaminated.
■One team of four or five must stay inside and find the source of the outbreak/containmentbreach, and seal it off before decontamination.
■Once decontamination is complete, all personals must escort SCP's back into their specified containment chambers.
■If you have been contaminated and your aware of the infection, secure yourself in a small room, place an orange flag outside the door, and lock it. Be prepared to swollow your cyanide capsule (there will be a capsule with all corrode resistant hazmat suits) after isolation.
■If an SCP is contaminated with SCP-1305-1, Level 5 members and The Foundation's administrators must decide what is to be done with the SCP. If organic, the contaminated SCP must be cured with SCP-500 if possable.

Note:These are only the basic procedures if SCP-1305-1 breaks containment. Any further procedures are to be seen by High ranking officials (Level 5 or higher) only!

[[tab SCP-1305-1 Contamination]]
Signs of infection: Subject (if human) feels no pain for the first few minutes of the test. The first sign of contamination is loose fingernails and teeth. Teeth will rot and fall out as well as fingernails and toenails. Subject should lose his/her taste by then. Hair should begin to fall out a few minutes after loss of taste. The subject will find it increasingly harder to breath in the chamber. Sight will begin to blurr (at this point the subject will start feeling pain). Blindness should occur 20 minutes after. Skin should begin to wrinkle and turn pale. Osteoporosis and muscle atrophy, as well as upset stomach and extream headache, are commonly reported among subjects. Fever will break out and the subject will recive anorexia. Ear drums should have burst at this point and the subject will go deaf. Bleeding of cartalige and skin tissue will occur after deafness. Subject will lose the ability to speak soon after. Once Osteoporosis reaches extream level and muscle atrophy spreads, the subject will lose mobility. Full decomposition will take about two days after the subject has expired.