Item #: SCP-xxxx
Object Class: Euclid
Special Containment Procedures: Subject is to be stored in a 3x4x3 meter cell furnished with a chair and a 1x1 meter table. SCP-XXXX's containment cell is to remain under under camera surveillance at all times. If at any time subject begins an x-class scenario all personnel within a 100 meter radius are to be evacuated imidately and on site D-class subject to be left with SCP-xxxx to minimize number of personnel casualties. Any personel left in the area after the initial 65 second evacuation period they are to be sealed in with subject.
Description: SCP-xxxx is a jet black liquid which is capable of forming into any shape, however it has a tendency to take on the form of an 8 foot tall humanoid. The liquid is cold to the touch, however exact temperature ranges considerably from 4° C to ██° C. While in humanoid form, SCP-XXXX appears to be a typical human male, however standing at roughly 2.4 meters tall. The only features that could be discerned are two light blue eyes, which disappear when SCP-XXXX changes forms. Tests reveal that scp-xxxx has strength simalar to that of a [REDACTED]. SCP-xxxx remains in a "dormant" state approximately 50% of the time and is willing to communicate and cooperate during this phase. At random intervels SCP-xxxx will enter its "Active" phase, and will initiate a x-class event. During an x-class event SCP-xxxx will excrete a large amount of liquid, classified as SCP-xxxx-1, from its arms and chest. The excreted SCP-XXXX-1 will change forms through an unknown means, creating a small world (generally a small planet) SCP-xxxx-2 highly varies in content and size, with the smallest world sized at 1 foot in diameter and the largest being [REDACTED]. The most noticable feature is the inhabitants of SCP-xxxx-2 (dubbed SCP-XXXX-3), which consistently appear to be sapient. Inhabitants show no notice of the world outside of the instance of SCP-XXXX-2 and will not react to it will only react to to physical interference (see indecent-xxxx-A). After an instance of SCP-XXXX-2 is created SCP-xxxx will enter its "observation" state, in which it will observe and interact with SCP-xxxx-2, until its "end" where the created world will always invariably destroy its inhabitants in some way. (See list of SCP-xxxx generated worlds) If at anytime SCP-xxxx is interacted with during observation it will initiate an X-class scenario, during this time SCP-xxxx will become hostile and attempt to destroy all life within approximately 30 meters1, by evisceration, absorbtion to within itself, and [DATA EXPUNGED]. After all life within the affected area is eliminated SCP-xxxx will return to the instance of SCP-XXXX-2 in order to continue its observation.
Incident-xxxx-1: on the date 6-██-20██ SCP-xxxx was in its observation state observing a small planet of humanoids who had burrowed underground for survival. It was at ████████ that Dr. T███████ entered SCP-xxxx's chamber and attempted communication during the observation period, it is noted by observing personnel that a faint static was heard over observation equipment during attempted communication. After failed communication Dr. T████████ attempted to take a sample specimen life form from SCP-xxxx-2. Upon touching SCP-xxxx-2 SCP-xxxx emitted a loud screech coupled with static before grabbing Dr. T███████ and ripping him in half, throwing one half at each observation camera. Researchers, with no sight of the subject, began to hear whispers and imidiately fled the area. It is noted by Assistant Researcher Alex █████ that two other researchers were fleeing the observation chamber behind him before a puddle of SCP-xxxx-1 appeared and engulfed one researcher before forming into SCP-xxxx, detaching the head of the other researcher. At this time SCP-xxxx began to journey deeper into the facility, killing everyone within its path, resulting in ██ casualties. After roughly 20 minutes, SCP-xxxx began to slowly return to its containment chamber. Security followed SCP-xxxx back to its cell watching as it re-entered its cell via a puddle of SCP-xxxx-1, returning to its observation state.