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Item No: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Safe (Refer to Addendum XXXX-01)

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX-01 is located at the Mechatronics Wing, Site-71, in a 30 x 30 x 15 m chamber, in order for maintenance personnel to work around SCP-XXXX-01 without risk of harm. SCP-XXXX-01 is not to be moved except in emergency situations, as disturbing of SCP-XXXX-01 is construed by all members of SCP-XXXX as a threat. Any research proposals are to be forwarded to Dr. Derrecks.

Should a new instance of SCP-XXXX-01 be constructed, Dr. Derrecks and Technician Xiao are to be notified, and the resulting instance is to be destroyed under Technician Xiao's supervision. In an emergency, this order may be overriden by the chief containment officer, and any damage to the original SCP-XXXX-01 is to be forwarded to Dr. Derrecks and to the Site-71 Commander.

Object Description: SCP-XXXX is a collective mind of robots that originate from a beehive-like structure, designated as SCP-XXXX-01. SCP-XXXX-01 is currently set-up in containment at Site-71, where the progress of the hive can be monitored.

SCP-XXXX-01 is maintained and defended by the autonomous machines that are produced by it - these machines have been designated SCP-XXXX-2 through-8. As it is believed that SCP-XXXX is adaptive to its environment, any new machine produced by SCP-XXXX should be reported to the chief containment officer.

A list of robots produced by SCP-XXXX-01 can be found in Addendum XXXX-02.

All instances of SCP-XXXX will avoid human contact, which allows relatively normal interaction between researchers and instances of SCP-XXXX. All instances of SCP-XXXX will not defend themselves, even when captured. The only defense mechanism registered is when any sort of external stimulus threatens the primary hive structure, in which all instances of SCP-XXXX will come back to the primary hive, and will perform all defensive/restorative actions on the hive, including delivering violent shocks to animal threats, repairing sections of the hive and removing any obstructions from the primary hive or its sister structures.

At the moment of this writing, attempts to obtain a duplicate of SCP-XXXX-01 have been met with failure, due to the automatic defenses of the hive. A deactivated instance of SCP-XXXX-01 has been secured, and has been deconstructed. Research notes have been created. - Dr. Derrecks


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Item No: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX-01 though -11 are contained in a standard humanoid containment cell at Site-17. Although SCP-XXXX does not represent an active hostile threat in either containment or research, special precautions must be observed when handling SCP-XXXX - SCP-XXXX is not to be brought within 50 meters of all electronic equipment. For this purpose, the containment cell that contains SCP-XXXX must be modified to include the following:

  • The containment block for SCP-XXXX is to be dedicated solely to the containment of future instances of SCP-XXXX;
  • The walls and door to this cell must be lined with a steel mesh, with openings no larger than 0.5 millimeters;
  • The locking mechanism is to consist of two disc tumbler locks. Both locks are to be keyed differently - one key will be in the possession of Dr. Sze, and the other key will be in the possession of the guard assigned to SCP-XXXX for the duration of their shift;
  • All surveillance of SCP-XXXX is to be done with glass viewing slits, and any vocal communication will be conducted via speaking tube.

At the moment of this writing, SCP-XXXX-03 is currently confined to its bed, and is unable to move. The level-1 attendants assigned to SCP-XXXX are to change the position of SCP-XXXX every half-hour, in order to prevent the formation of bedsores. A medical team with experience in emergency procedures without electronic devices is to remain on standby in the event that SCP-XXXX-03 begins to undergo any major changes in condition.

In the event that any instance of SCP-XXXX needs to be transported, or if a new instance of SCP-XXXX is to be confined, a dedicated transportation hallway has been designed in order to accommodate for SCP-XXXX's anomalous properties. In the event that any instance of SCP-XXXX needs to be transported through a normal part of the facility, they are to be transported in a steel mesh cage, and are not permitted access through object containment.

Object Description: SCP-XXXX-01 through-11 are individuals affected with a variant of Huntington's disease. Out of all of the subjects currently in containment, SCP-XXXX-03 is the most advanced in the disease, and requires constant medical attention.

Individuals affected with SCP-XXXX do not begin to display the signs and symptoms of Huntington's until their late thirties - though, exceptions have been encountered (SCP-XXXX-07 is the youngest of individuals that is displaying symptoms, aged 5, while SCP-XXXX-04 is currently 52 years old, and has recently begun to show the onset of symptoms associated with Huntington's). Once symptoms begin to appear, the progress of the disease takes on a normal course, until the onset of atrophy of the striatum.

When atrophy of the striatal structures sets in, SCP-XXXX's anomalous properties manifest in the form of the brain generating electromagnetic pulses. These pulses are barely detectable at first, but are capable of extending outwards to an average of 50 meters from the affected person, though ranges of over 200 meters have been reported prior to the establishment of containment.


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[The tale of SCP 1841 D class.

She had just gotten a new assignment. Working site 77 as a D class. Before she was taken from death row, she had about 3 weeks left. The murder of her daughter, she claimed it was an accident. But everyone knew she did it. Not the most stable human you’d ever meet. She was prone to violent outburst. Leftovers from her childhood. An abusive father and a drunk mother didn’t give her much to work with, so when she got pregnant at the age of 17 she didn’t know what to do. The father split, so for awhile she just went with whatever she could. No family would help, because they didn’t exist.

It happened late one night, a bit of drinking and her temper tantrums would take over. The small apartment she lived in had no insulation, so when she got loud, the baby woke up. Her anger and the crying of a baby just couldn’t work together. It happened quick, shaking and then silence.

The trials were over quick. Multiple people testified against her, calling out her excessive drinking and loud yelling at night. Many brought out the fact that she didn’t really love her daughter, Lucy. But this wasn’t fact, in reality she loved her daughter, but the fragments of her childhood left her in no shape to be a mother. Death penalty, that’s what it was, sentenced to death for the murder of her 8 month old.

The foundation found her quickly. Unstable mentally, death row inmate, no family. What else is there in a D class? She was at site 14, and was the unlucky one to discover 479. So they did what they could, and erased her memories. But this isn’t a fool proof method. She remembered.

At site 77, working for Dr. she had a simple assignment. Read a book, simple enough. It was all places to visit before death and small things to do there. After being told to stop reading and being dismissed, she walked back to the dormitory, tired from reading what seemed to be an endless book.
She was having flashbacks. But from what? These memories couldn’t be hers. But they were someone’s. She remembered first seeing her daughter, Lucy. She was determined to visit her grave and say some words, perhaps go back to her parents house, try and find whats left of the past.]


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