CUP OF FUN THAT SUCKS
Item #: SCP-XXXX
Object Class: Safe Euclid Keter Euclid
**Special Containment Procedures: ** SCP-XXXX is to be kept in a concrete 4x4x4 meter room in Site [DATA EXPUNGED] location [REDACTED]. It is to be kept in a locked bulletproof glass tungsten (wolfram) case. Two (2) Five (5) No guards are to be stationed outside of the containment cell.
All instances of SCP-XXXX-A are to be kept in standard D-class cells killed immediately.
If SCP-XXXX-A breaches containment, guards are to strike at the neck with a sharp object in order to rupture the brain stem, or attempt to cave in the skull with a heavy blunt weapon. If none of these are available, guards are to shoot instances in the head.
Description: SCP-XXXX is an ornate goblet composed of gold, silver, platinum, and small traces of lapis lazuli. The object stands thirty-three (33) cm high. The top’s diameter is twenty-seven (27) cm, with the base’s diameter being thirteen (13) cm.
SCP-XXXX was retrieved from [DATA EXPUNGED], Italy. The object was discovered in a small house. Inside the house, local police found 4 dead bodies with SCP-XXXX on the floor. A note was found next to SCP-XXXX saying, “He sustains me. I have been blessed with the juice of eternal life.” Local authorities then contacted one of our agents.
Approximately one (1) day after consuming any liquid previously located in SCP-XXXX, subject, now referred to as SCP-XXXX-A, will refuse all forms of nutrition. All instances of SCP-XXXX-A claim that the substance they consumed before is enough to sustain them for the remainder of their life.After testing, it is found that all instances of SCP-XXXX-A’s blood shows traces of the liquid previously consumed. When SCP-XXXX-A is kept away from nutrition it is still able to survive through unknown means. Intelligence wavers in all subjects, and they refrain from communication in any form.Approximately one (1) week after consumption of any liquid from SCP-XXXX, subjects show violence towards any personnel who attempt to communicate with it. They show very little reaction to pain.
Test A – ██████
Subjects: D-4753, D-8374<
Procedure: Two instances of SCP-XXXX-A, both exposed to different liquids, are placed in a concrete room together. The room has several sharp and blunt weapons located on the floor.
Results: Subjects begin to damage each other with the weapons. It is observed that all wounds created heal at an abnormally fast rate. SCP-XXXX-A-2 dies of decapitation.
Analysis: SCP-XXXX-A’s blood has an abundance of white blood cells, increasing wound recovery speed.
SCP-XXXX has been upgraded to Euclid status.
Addendum XXXX-1: Two instances of SCP-XXXX-A, both exposed to the same liquid, began to communicate. Note that SCP-XXXX-A-1 has been under the influence of SCP-XXXX for approximately 5 days longer than SCP-XXXX-A-2.
SCP-XXXX-A-1: (Mumbling, incomprehensible)
SCP-XXXX-A-2: (Mumbling, incomprehensible)
SCP-XXXX-A-1: Praise him!
SCP-XXXX-A-2: … I'm trapped
SCP-XXXX-A-1: He loves you.
SCP-XXXX-A-2: No he doesn't.
SCP-XXXX-A-1 begins to assault SCP-XXXX-A-2.
SCP-XXXX-A-1: You are impure!
SCP-XXXX-A-1 kills SCP-XXXX-A-2. It bites off the others index finger and begins to write on the wall with blood:
You are watching.
You are impure.
This is just the beginning,
But the end is near.
Addendum XXXX-2: Testing is now suspended indefinitely
Addendum XXXX-3: Personnel whose workspaces are located in the vicinity of SCP-XXXX have begun to report a nagging urge to approach SCP-XXXX. This is most likely a memetic effect given off by the object. It is recommended to fight these urges to the best of your ability.
Addendum XXXX-4: Both guards were found unconscious in front of SCP-XXXX’s containment cell. Inside, the glass case containing SCP-XXXX was found shattered, but the object itself was still in its correct place. No personnel recall anything happening that day. Guard count has increased to five (5) and audio/video surveillance has been approved for inside the containment cell.
Addendum XXXX-5: SCP-XXXX emitted a high pitched sound that instantly shattered its glass case and left all five (5) guards unconscious. Containment has been upgraded to a soundproof steel case.
Addendum XXXX-6: The object produced hot molten lead inside of itself, which then overflowed and melted the steel case. No harm was done to the object itself.
No contact is permitted with SCP-XXXX as of now. I don't want any agents swallowing molten lead. – 05-█
Case is now composed of tungsten (wolfram) in order to prevent melting.
Addendum XXXX-7: Massive containment breach. All personnel within a 30 meter radius have now been identified as instances of SCP-XXXX-A. The horde of SCP-XXXX-A released several objects from containment, including SCP- ███, and SCP-███. Task Force [REDACTED] controlled the situation, but at the cost of ██ casualties.
Object has been upgraded to Keter status.
Addendum XXXX-8: Object has been transported to location [REDACTED], a 70 by 70 meter containment cell, along with several other objects. Case is now a very thick layer of tungsten (wolfram).
Addendum XXXX-9: Successful containment.
Object has been degraded to Euclid status.
Center for Disease Contamination.
Item #: SCP-XXXX
Item Class: Keter
Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is currently not fully contained. It is of the utmost importance to locate all instances of SCP-XXXX-1, and prevent infections. Any instances we do have in containment are to be tightly bound to a steel table in a simple concrete room. If a subject poses no more contribution to testing it is to be terminated immediately. All developing instances of the infection should be taken in for testing immediately. Under no circumstances should personnel allow the infection to develop completely outside of a proper containment facility.
No more or less than two people are to enter a containment chamber at any time.
Description: SCP-XXXX is a fungal infection. It is spread by a victim (who now has the appearance of a level-B hazmat operative), known as SCP-XXXX-1, placing his fungal gas mask upon another’s face. Instances only infect a host when they are alone, and would be expected to remain alone for the following eight-hour infection period. They stalk their to-be host until they either enter REM or notice them. Then they would place their gas mask upon the victims face and, if they are not in REM, deploy a narcotic via it.
The infection starts as a fungal rash originating from the location of the gas mask. This is known as phase one and lasts roughly three hours. Once it covers the whole body, a level-B hazmat suit begins to form around the body of the victim. This is known as phase two and lasts roughly five hours. This suit appears as a normal hazmat suit, but it is actually fungal in nature. Once complete, the subject awakes and begins locating another victim. When the gas mask is on a developing instance they cannot be awoken by any means, and appear to be in a coma-like state. However, the gas mask may be removed if the infection is still in phase one, in which case the subject may be awoken and studied.
Sixty percent of the suits have the CDC logo on them. It is unknown if this related to the infection itself or the creation of the infection, or neither.
Instances of SCP-XXXX-1 emit faint amounts of gamma radiation after infecting a victim. This is very helpful in locating them, but only allows a small window of opportunity.
[[collapsible show="+ Interview One" hide="- hide"]]
Subject freed of gas mask.
Dr. ██████: I am going to ask you some questions.
Subject: Wha? Where am I? What… What did you do to me.
Dr. ██████: Let’s not worry about that right now. Ma’am, please calm down. We will treat the rash in good time. Now, what do you remember before you went to sleep?
Subject: Not much… but I did have an odd dream…
Dr. ██████: Go ahead.
Subject: I was in bed, ready to go sleep. And then I looked up at my doorway… There was a tall man; he was wearing one of those radiation suits with the gas masks and such. He pulled a gas mask from his back belt and forced it on my face. And I guess that’s when the dream ended…
Dr. ██████: Thank you. This will greatly contribute to our research. Please exit the room, some colleagues are waiting to treat your rash.
END OF LOG
Subject freed of gas mask.
Dr. ██████: May I ask you some questions?
Subject: If it’ll help get rid of this damn rash so be it.
Dr. ██████: We found you in the forest. Were you camping?
Subject: Yes I was, it’s a little hobby of mine. I’ve gotten some pretty bad rashes in the past but none as bad as this one. I wonder what could have caused it…
Dr. ██████: You were knocked out cold… Why were you asleep? It’s only 6:00 now.
Subject: I.. don’t know to be genuinely honest.
Dr. ██████: Can you tell me what you were doing before you were asleep?
Subject: I think I was photographing, another hobby of mine… Oh dear. Did that really happen? There was a nuclear waste guy with one of those weird suits… What was he doing in the forest? Anyways, he grabbed me by the neck. Strong guy, or actually I think it was a lady… I couldn't see through the gas mask. He grabbed another gas mask and shoved it onto my face… and then I blacked out. I think I took a photo…
Dr. ██████: Yes, your camera is in our possession. Proceed to the next room for treatment.
END OF LOG
Permission to allow an infection to complete.
Addendum XXXX-I: Communication with the specimen seems impossible. If not accompanied it will remain dormant, and when approached by more than two individuals begins to panic. Individual containment appears to be not much of an issue, but they also do not pose much research contribution.
Addendum XXXX-K: Autopsy performed. Suit cannot be removed by normal means, and must be cut open. Gas mask appears permanently attached to specimen’s face. Fungal growth continues inside of the body, especially in the brain.