[Note: This was a previously failed SCP. I figured I'd touch it up and try to revive it]
Item #: SCP-XXXX
Object Class: Safe
Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is to be kept in a 8 cm3 container within Site-19 storage. Direct contact by any staff ranking higher than D-Class is strictly prohibited.
Description: SCP-XXXX is a glass icosahedron measured at 5.2 cm wide. Nineteen (19) faces out of the icosahedron are marked with distinct symbols for each side. One face appears to have it's symbol etched out by a sharp object. The symbols match with other polyhedra that date back to the 2nd century Roman period.
After claiming to complete any physical task and rolling SCP-XXXX, one of three results will occur:
SCP-XXXX lands on face with symbol resembling the letter I. Subject fails horribly at task. This has a 100% lethality rate
SCP-XXXX lands on etched out face. Subject succeeds incredibly, despite any personal limitations. This has a 100% lethality rate.
SCP-XXXX lands one of the eighteen (18) faces not previously stated. Subject completes task, if possible within circumstances.
SCP-XXXX cannot be used to perform impossible tasks. Attempts to force SCP-XXXX to land on any given side have proven unsuccessful. Language is not a factor, leading to the theory that SCP-XXXX is memetic in nature.
Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is to be kept in a hermetically sealed container within Sector-28 storage. Any aquatic life captured must be properly contained or disposed after identification and logging.
Description: SCP-XXXX is a lobster cage measured at 52 cm x 15 cm x ##m, at a weight of approximately ##kg. This design is not currently associated with any company, nor is it available for purchase anywhere on the market. While SCP-XXXX has the appearance of stainless steel, the material is actually an alloy containing various amounts of tungsten, nickel, cobalt, and iron. More accurate testing has been difficult, as what few samples could be gathered were hyper-oxidated once separate from the object.
SCP-XXXX's ability is to “fish” for aquatic life from various times. By submerging the object in various types of liquid, it will hold any inhabitants native to it's waters within. Testing proves that SCP-XXXX has a definitive size limit, as numerous tests have resulted only in the capture of a limb or section of subjects. A successful activation requires enough liquid to properly submerge SCP-XXXX, along with "bait" being placed within the chamber. Bait, in terms of SCP-XXXX, applies to any type of organic matter consumable.
TESTING LOGS TO BE INSERTED HERE
Addendum: Currently seeking O5 clearance to test SCP-XXXX on other liquid-based SCPs.