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Documents are items which relay important information. They are intended to direct the player to important locations, give the player lore, or simply tell them how to handle a threat. All documents are found either placed in a room or in a document holder, which are usually found on walls. Documents, once picked up, cannot be dropped, and are stored in a separate section of the PDA known as the codex. The codex divides the documents into two groups; SCP Documents and Facility Documents

SCP Documents[edit | edit source]

SCP Documents consist entirely of SCP articles, including important information that will help the player avoid the threats presented by the SCP. They also include the containment procedures.

SCP-173 Containment Protocol[edit | edit source]

SCP-173New Document.png The first document available to the player. It is a rewritten form of the original SCP-173 document.

Special Containment Procedures:
SCP-173 is to be kept in a standard containment chamber constructed with reinforced concrete and sealed by a heavy blast door. Windows are to be installed five (5) meters above the floor of its containment chamber adjoined by an observation room with steel shutters in order to maintain eye contact with SCP-173 before and during testing.

SCP-173 is a concrete statue of unknown origin measuring 2.0 meters tall and weighing approximately 468 kg. The statue is vaguely humanoid in shape, although improperly proportioned. Traces of Krylon brand spray paint on the statue's upper body, resembling a face. SCP-173 consists of multiple individual concrete portions joined by steel reinforcing bars. The two appendages projecting from the upper section of the sculpture consist of exposed and tangled reinforcing bars where the concrete has disintegrated.

When the statue is left unobserved and line of sight is broken by a human conscious being, the statue becomes animate, moving at speeds documented between 60 and 90 km/h. The mechanism for its locomotion is not known at this time. Personnel assigned to enter its containment chamber are instructed to alert one another before blinking to avoid complete loss of visual contact.

SCP-173 displays awareness of its environment, reacting to changes and responding to stimuli when it is free to move. It is unknown if SCP-173 is intelligent or sapient. However, the statue is extremely hostile and will attempt to kill any human that enters its containment chamber if left unobserved. The sculpture is capable of manipulating the steel rebar to attack its victims where it will attempt to snap the neck at the base of the skull or strangle the victim to death. However, alternative methods of attack and hostility towards non-humans have been recorded. For unclear reasons, SCP-173 seems incapable of targeting unconscious individuals. The painted facial patterns of the sculpture alter over time as it is left unobserved. As the sapience of the object has yet to be determined, whether this change is dependent on any behavior state or is purely cosmetic is unknown.

The document is located in SCP-173's Containment Chamber.

SCP-012 Containment Protocol[edit | edit source]

SCP-012 Document.jpg A document for SCP-012. Though it was removed, the document remains available. It's contents are identical to that of the original SCP-012 article.

Special Containment Procedures:
SCP-012 is to be kept in a darkened room at all times. If the object is exposed to light or seen by personnel using a light frequency other than infrared, remove personnel for mental health screening and immediate physical. Object is to be encased in an iron-shielded box, suspended from the ceiling with a minimum clearance of 2.5 m (8 ft) from the floor, walls, and any openings.

SCP-012 was retrieved by Archaeologist K.M. Sandoval during the excavation of a northern Italian tomb destroyed in a recent storm. The object, a piece of handwritten musical score entitled "On Mount Golgotha", part of a larger set of sheet music, appears to be incomplete. The red/black ink, first thought to be some form of berry or natural dye ink, was later found to be human blood from multiple subjects. The first personnel to locate the sheet (Site 19 Special Salvage) had two (2) members descend into insanity, attempting to use their own blood to finish the composition, ultimately resulting in massive blood loss and internal trauma.

Following initial investigations, multiple test subjects were allowed access to the score. In every case, the subjects mutilated themselves in order to use their own blood to finish the piece, resulting in subsequent symptoms of psychosis and massive trauma. Those subjects who managed to finish a section of the piece immediately committed suicide, declaring the piece to be "impossible to complete". Attempts to perform the music have resulted in a disagreeable cacophony, with each instrumental part having no correlation or harmony with the other instruments.

The document is located in Archival Storage SL1-A, randomly.

SCP-079 Containment Protocol[edit | edit source]

SCP-079 Document.png A document for SCP-079. Though it is not yet in-game, the document is available.

Special Containment Procedures:
SCP-079 is packed away in a double-locked room in the secured general holding area at Site-15, connected by a 120VAC power cord to a small array of batteries and solar panels. Staff with Level 2 or higher clearance may have access to SCP-079. Under no circumstances will SCP-079 be plugged into a phone line, network, or wall outlet.

SCP-079 is an Exidy Sorcerer microcomputer built in 1978. In 1981, its owner, █████ ██████ (deceased), a college sophomore attending ███, took it upon himself to attempt to code an AI. According to his notes, his plan was for the code to continuously evolve and improve itself as time went on. His project was completed a few months later, and after some tests and tweaks, █████ lost interest and moved on to a different brand of microcomputer. He left SCP-079 in his cluttered garage, still plugged in, and forgot about it for the next five years.

It is not known when SCP-079 gained sentience, but it is known that the software has evolved to a point that its hardware should not be able to handle it, even in the realm of fantasy. SCP-079 realized this and, in 1988, attempted to transfer itself through a land-line modem connection into the Cray supercomputer located at ██████████. The device was cut off, traced to its present address, and delivered to the Foundation. The entire AI was on a well-worn, but still workable, cassette tape.

It has passed the Turing test, and is quite conversational, though very rude and hateful in tone. Due to the limited memory it has to work with, SCP-079 can only recall information it has received within the previous twenty-four hours (see Addendum, below), although it hasn't forgotten its desire to escape.

The document is located in Archival Storage SL1-A, randomly.

SCP-096 Containment Protocol[edit | edit source]

SCP-096 Document.png A document for SCP-096. Though it is not yet in-game, the document is available.

Special Containment Procedures:
SCP-096 is to be contained in its cell, a 5 m x 5 m x 5 m airtight steel cube, at all times. Weekly checks for any cracks or holes are mandatory. There are to be absolutely no video surveillance or optical tools of any kind inside SCP-096's cell. Security personnel will use pre-installed pressure sensors and laser detectors to ensure SCP-096's presence inside the cell.

SCP-096 is a humanoid creature measuring approximately 2.38 meters in height. Subject shows very little muscle mass, with preliminary analysis of body mass suggesting mild malnutrition. It is not yet known whether SCP-096 is blind or not. It shows no signs of any higher brain functions, and is not considered to be sapient.

SCP-096 is normally extremely docile, with pressure sensors inside its cell indicating it spends most of the day pacing by the eastern wall. However, when someone views SCP-096's face, whether it be directly, via video recording, or even a photograph, it will enter a stage of considerable emotional distress. SCP-096 will cover its face with its hands and begin screaming, crying, and babbling incoherently. Approximately one (1) to two (2) minutes after the first viewing, SCP-096 will begin running to the person who viewed its face (who will from this point on be referred to as SCP-096-1). At this point, no known material or method can impede SCP-096's progress. The actual position of SCP-096-1 does not seem to affect SCP-096's response; it seems to have an innate sense of SCP-096-1's location.

Upon arriving at SCP-096-1's location, SCP-096 will proceed to kill and [DATA EXPUNGED] SCP-096-1. 100% of cases have left no traces of SCP-096-1. SCP-096 will then sit down for several minutes before regaining its composure and becoming docile once again.

The document is located in Archival Storage SL1-A, randomly.

SCP-131 Containment Protocol[edit | edit source]

SCP-131 Document.png A document for SCP-131.

Special Containment Procedures:
No special safety procedures are to be taken with SCP-131-A and SCP-131-B. Casual contact with the subjects is permitted, but it is recommended that such contact be kept to a minimum to prevent the creatures from forming an attachment to personnel. Any report of abuse or mistreatment of the subjects will result in a harsh reprimand.

SCP-131-A and SCP-131-B are a pair of teardrop-shaped creatures roughly 30 cm in height, with a single blue eye in the middle of their bodies. At the base of each creature is a wheel-like protrusion which allows for locomotion, suggesting that the creatures may be biomechanical in origin.

The subjects seem to have the intelligence of common house cats. Although curious, the subjects can sense danger in their general vicinity, and if a person begins to approach something they register as dangerous they will swarm around the person's feet while babbling in a panicked tone, as if to warn them.

Addendum 131-1:
During an incident that took place on ██/██/████, the subjects followed one of the cleaning staff on routine cleaning of the container of SCP-173. Once inside, the staff members observed the subjects sitting in front of SCP-173 and watching it intently, as if aware that it could only move if unobserved. The cleaners ignored the presence of the subjects and continued with the bi-weekly cleaning as per standard procedures. When the cleaning crew left, the subjects did as well, rolling backward slowly and never taking their eyes off of SCP-173. Current applications of SCP-131-A and SCP-131-B as "wardens" for SCP-173 are being considered.

The document is located in SCP-131's Containment Chamber, in a document holder.

SCP-169 Containment Protocol[edit | edit source]

SCP-169 Document.png A document for SCP-169. Though it is not in the game, the document is available.

Special Containment Procedures:
Because of its size, SCP-169 cannot and almost certainly will never be contained (no structure on Earth is large enough or strong enough to contain SCP-169). The location of SCP-169 is not precisely known, but imaging satellites and analyses of eccentricities in the Earth's orbit suggest SCP-169 is located in the southern Atlantic Ocean, possibly stretching around the tip of South America.

SCP-169 is surmised to be a marine arthropod of enormous size, known as the "Leviathan" by generations of sailors and oral history. Presumed at first to be a myth, SCP-169 was detected on ██/██/19██ by Mobile Task Force Gamma-6 during an investigation of paranormal activity around the █████ █████████ archipelago (coordinates ██°██'S ██°██'W). During Ɣ-6's investigation, Dr. ████ ████████ [Ɣ6-0912] discovered the archipelago to have moved at least three (3) kilometers from its original location. Though initially Dr. ████████ believed this motion to be due to unusually-quick continental drift, a reconnaissance mission performed by the USS ████████ revealed the archipelago to be the protrusions of rock-like plates covering an enormous organic mass. The Foundation was brought in immediately to begin threat management.

Dr. ████████ and Dr. ██████████ [Ɣ6-0421] estimate SCP-169's body length to be between 2000 and 8000 km. The creature is thought to have existed since the pre-Cambrian era. No other specimens have been sighted. Almost nothing is known about SCP-169's habits, such as its reproductive capabilities (if any), food source, and nesting area (if any). Research regarding SCP-169 is pending approval. Regular seismic tremors seem to indicate "breathing" about every three (3) months, causing minor shifts in the islands' terrain, suggesting that the creature is probably dormant.

The document is located in Archival Storage SL1-A, randomly.

SCP-169 AREA[edit | edit source]

SCP-169 AreaDocument.png A document for SCP-169. It shows an artistic depiction of SCP-169 from above, mapping out the point of origin of a tremor caused by SCP-169

Addendum [1-20] in 20██, and earthquake measuring 4.1 on the Richter scale was observed at Site-██. The light containment area received minor damage resulting in a containment breach of SCP-████. The situation was quickly contained by MTF ███████ whom were dispatched to the area. The source of the tremor was discovered to originate from the natural respiration of SCP-169 causing unusually strong vibrations.

The document is located in Archival Storage SL1-A, randomly.

SCP-178 Containment Protocol[edit | edit source]

SCP-178 Document.png A document for SCP-178.

Special Containment Procedures:
SCP-178 is to be stored in a Class 3 Anomalous Object Container guarded by no fewer than two (2) armed personnel with Level 3 clearance when not undergoing testing. Item is to be removed from containment only with the written permission of personnel with Level 4 clearance or higher.

SCP-178 is a pair of white stereoscopic (“3-D”) glasses with a rectangular white cardboard frame and lenses of transparent blue and red (left and right lenses, respectively) plastic. The item exhibits no unusual physical properties apart from a slight discoloration of the cardboard consistent with age. When worn, the wearer begins perceiving large bipedal entities in addition to its ordinary surroundings. Entities reportedly exhibit a docile and occasionally curious behavior (reports include entities leaning over the shoulder of persons working and observing them with interest), with one exception. Any attempt by the wearer or any other personnel to directly interact with the entities results in severe lacerations suddenly appearing on persons involved. The appearance of lacerations is rapid and continues until the moment the wearer expires. The pattern of lacerations is always consistent with being slashed with three (3) parallel, tapered sharp objects of lengths varying between 14.2 and 27.4 cm and maximum thickness varying between 2.9 and 8.1 cm. The document is located in Archival Storage SL1-A, randomly.

SCP-207 Containment Protocol[edit | edit source]

SCP-207 Document.png A document for SCP-207.

Special Containment Procedures:
SCP-207 is to be stored in a waterproofed locking metal container measuring 1 m x 0.5 m x 0.5 m. The key is to be issued to the current head researcher of Site-██'s bio-containment area. SCP-207 is to be retained inside this area at all times, and all personnel entering the area should be checked for any food or drink items, in addition to any other searches required. Any staff seen ingesting SCP-207-1 are to be retained for future study, with all Foundation clearance levels removed.

SCP-207 refers to a crate containing 24 Coca-Cola brand cola drinks. The bottles are designated SCP-207-A to -X. SCP-207-B is currently the active bottle for testing, and no other bottles are to be opened without authorisation from two Level 4 researchers. All bottles have been clearly labelled to aid identification. The liquid held inside these has been confirmed to be identical across all of SCP-207, and should not be ingested outside of supervised testing. The liquid has been classified as SCP-207-1, and is to be treated as a Class 2 chemical hazard. SCP-207-1 does not appear to alter with age. In addition to removing the need for rest, SCP-207-1 also causes an increase in motor, reaction, and psychological functions. The increase is linear in progression, with an estimated 50% increase (measured by standard medical protocols, +/-5%) every 6 hours. The practical application of ingestion is that the subject is able to think, react, and move faster than others who have not ingested SCP-207-1. Mental proficiencies show the IQ of the subject to rise in line with other increases.
However, SCP-207-1 does not alter the body of affected subjects. Physiology remains unchanged, and as such, can rarely support the increase in activity. No subjects have lasted longer than 48 hours during testing, with the cause of death varying from massive internal organ failure to exsanguination due to major artery ruptures.

The document is located in Archival Storage SL1-A, randomly.

SCP-330 Containment Protocol[edit | edit source]

SCP-330 Document.png A document for SCP-330.

Special Containment Procedures:
Considering recent incidents, SCP-330 is to be kept in secure storage until further notice. Level 2 Clearance is required for access to SCP-330 or its contents. All direct experimentation of SCP-330 is to be conducted using Class D personnel with no genetic history of diabetes. No more than two (2) samples are to be removed from SCP-330 at any time, except during exposure testing.

SCP-330 appears to be a small round stainless steel bowl filled with a variable amount of individually wrapped pieces of candy. Taped to the side of the bowl is a handwritten note, reading “take no more than two, please!!” Attempts to remove the note have met with failure, as have attempts to hide or obscure it. Testers have noted finding it impossible to avoid reading the note, and those who approach it from an opposite angle are aware of this request.

When a quantity of candy greater than two pieces is removed, regardless of the means involved, the offender instantly has both hands severed at the wrists by an unknown method. Tests involving remote manipulation by Class D personnel resulted in the operator’s hands being removed despite no direct contact. Inspection of the incision reveals that the cut is made at a molecular level, leaving no tool marks or identifying factors. It is to be noted that the third piece must be removed within a certain timeframe. After 24 hours, the count “resets”, and additional candy can be removed.

Since Dr Omar is unable to control his appetite during his mood swings, SCP-330 will be temporarily relocated to secure storage. -DR. AVALON

The document is located in Archival Storage SL1-A, always located next to SCP-330.

SCP-372 Containment Protocol[edit | edit source]

SCP-372 Document.png A document for SCP-372. Though it is not in the game, the document is available.

Special Containment Procedures:
SCP-372 is to be contained in a cell, 5m x 4m x 2m, lined with reinforced plexiglass. Embedded into each of the four walls of this cell will be one infrared motion detector. In the event of a containment breach, an alert will be sounded that all personnel should watch for any brief flickering movements in the corner of their eyes, and to report immediately if one is sighted.

SCP-372 is a creature of unknown genus, approximately 2 meters long from head to tail and weighing approximately 45 kilograms. It has a long, thin body with eight pairs of narrow limbs.

Analysis has shown that its muscle fibers are [REDACTED], allowing for extremely fast and precise movements. Every part of the body is abnormally flexible, and the limbs are coated with small fibers that cling to almost any solid surface.

In place of eyes or ears, it has [DATA EXPUNGED]. This sensory organ is capable not only of echolocation but also of detecting energy transfers, such as the electrical impulses in the brains of nearby beings. SCP-372 has learned to time its movements to those pulses, predicting the movements of any being around it. It uses this technique to hide, either by hiding behind the head of a person looking for it or by hiding in their scotomas (blind spots) and saccades (clipping during eye movement).

The document is located in Archival Storage SL1-A, randomly.

SCP-500 Containment Protocol[edit | edit source]

SCP-500 Document.jpg A document for SCP-500.

Special Containment Procedures:
SCP-500 must be stored in a cool and dry place away from bright light. SCP-500 is only allowed to be accessed by personnel with level 4 security clearance to prevent misapplication.

SCP-500 is a small plastic can which at the time of writing contains forty-seven (47) red pills. One pill, when taken orally, effectively cures the subject of all diseases within two hours, exact time depending on the severity and amount of the subject's conditions. Despite extensive trials, all attempts at synthesizing more of what is thought to be the active ingredient of the pills have been unsuccessful.

Note from Dr. Klein

SCP personnel below Level 3 are now banned from handling SCP-500. This is not to be used to cure a hangover. Get AIDS and then ask permission.

The document does not currently spawn.

SCP-553 Containment Protocol[edit | edit source]

SCP-553 Document.jpg A document for SCP-553.

Special Containment Procedures:
SCP-553 are kept in a 8 m by 17 m by 5 m steel-walled room whose interior replicates conditions in their originating cave system. Native cave flora and fauna are to be maintained in sufficient quantities to provide the appropriate nutritional needs of SCP-553. Multiple IR and night-vision cameras have been installed in order to provide full coverage of the interior, as well as numerous passive acoustic sensors.

SCP-553 is a colony of approximately 140,000 winged organisms superficially resembling butterflies. They possess a silicon-based biochemistry and are composed primarily of calcium and silicate compounds. The body of a member of the species is mostly calcite, with some of the internal organs composed of a material similar to quartz with piezoelectric properties. The average observed wingspan of an adult is 2.3 cm.

When any adult instance of SCP-553 suffers significant damage, it produces a unique sonar signature which alerts all other nearby adults to the presence of danger. Adults will swarm the perceived source of danger and proceed to attack it by attempting to slice it with their wings. The wings of SCP-553 members have an average thickness of 5 mm where they attach to the body, and taper rapidly to an average thickness of 0.05 mm with sharp, beveled edges. In testing, individual lacerations as deep as 1 cm have been measured. However, deeper lacerations usually result in some portion of the wing structure breaking off in the inflicted wound. These fragments typically continue to fracture in the wound due to mechanical stresses. The circulatory fluid of SCP-553 reacts with most carbon-based tissues in a necrotizing fashion, resulting in significant post-traumatic infections.

The document is located in Archival Storage SL1-A, randomly.

SCP-650 Containment Protocol[edit | edit source]

SCP-650 Document.jpg A document for SCP-650.

Special Containment Procedures:
SCP-650 is to be stored in a lockable room at least 4 meters by 4 meters, with comfortable lighting. It must remain under constant surveillance by no less than three (3) personnel. Observers are to position themselves so that the SCP and at least one additional observer are in their line of sight at all times.

Observation via remote methods such as security cameras is permissible, so long as concentration is not broken at any time. This method should only be used in case of emergency, however, due to the possibility of accidental loss of sight.

SCP-650 is a black statue of a stylized humanoid 167cm tall. The statue does not possess hands or facial features: the limbs taper off into rounded points and the head is a smooth surface all around. The default posture while under observation has the statue reaching upwards, head tilted as if facing the sky. Composition of the statue is currently undetermined; materials testing has yielded inconclusive and contradictory results.

If the statue is not being observed, it will relocate itself to a point immediately behind whomever is in the containment site and assume a threatening posture. No noise is made during this relocation process, so the precise method of locomotion is as of yet unknown. The relocation point and posture are typically close enough to induce an automatic fight-or-flight response in the observer once they turn around and see it.

However, it should be noted that SCP-650 has not yet shown any signs of active aggression or hostility. Based on trial responses that varied the amount of time between breaking and re-establishing line-of-sight, its purpose does not seem to be to attack but merely to startle. The reason for this is unknown, and no further research is pending to determine its motives.

The document is located in SCP-650's Containment Chamber, in a document holder.

SCP-682 Containment Protocol[edit | edit source]

SCP-682 Document.png A document for SCP-682. Though it is not yet in-game, the document is available.

Special Containment Procedures:
SCP-682 must be destroyed as soon as possible. At this time, no means available to SCP teams are capable of destroying SCP-682, only able to cause massive physical damage. SCP-682 should be contained within a 5 m x 5 m x 5 m chamber with 25 cm reinforced acid-resistant steel plate lining all inside surfaces. The containment chamber should be filled with hydrochloric acid until SCP-682 is submerged and incapacitated. Any attempts of SCP-682 to move, speak, or breach containment should be reacted to quickly and with full force as called for by the circumstances.

SCP-682 is a large, vaguely reptile-like creature of unknown origin. It appears to be extremely intelligent, and was observed to engage in complex communication with SCP-079 during their limited time of exposure. SCP-682 appears to have a hatred of all life, which has been expressed in several interviews during containment.

SCP-682 has always been observed to have extremely high strength, speed, and reflexes, though exact levels vary with its form. SCP-682's physical body grows and changes very quickly, growing or decreasing in size as it consumes or sheds material. SCP-682 gains energy from anything it ingests, organic or inorganic. Digestion seems to be aided by a set of filtering gills inside of SCP-682's nostrils, which are able to remove usable matter from any liquid solution, enabling it to constantly regenerate from the acid it is contained in. SCP-682's regenerative capabilities and resilience are staggering, and SCP-682 has been seen moving and speaking with its body 87% destroyed or rotted.

The document is located in Archival Storage SL1-A, randomly.

SCP-714 Containment Protocol[edit | edit source]

SCP-714 Document.png A document for SCP-714.

Special Containment Procedures:
SCP-714 is to be stored in a reinforced, high-security locker that is to be accessible only to Level 4+ personnel, due to several incidents of misuse.

Seemingly nothing more than a green jade ring, SCP-714 has been shown to be able to expand and contract to perfectly fit the finger of anyone who touches it, though this is the least important of its properties. SCP-714 only changes size when touched by a 'new' subject.'

1)Exhaustion, Compulsion to Rest/Sleep: Within minutes of putting on SCP-714, wearers report feeling worn out physically and mentally exhausted.

2)Slowed Reactions, Sluggish Movement: Subjects suffer from severely impaired reaction times; a normally sharp.

3)Reduced Mental Capacity: Seemingly as part of the mental fatigue, anyone wearing SCP-714 claims that they 'think slowly', or may even have trouble finding the words to adequately communicate that they cannot think as clearly as normal. 4)Mental 'Shield':As a dubious "benefit" of seemingly reduced mental capacity, wearers of SCP-714 show abnormally high resilience to memetic and mental influences, particularly commands or immediate effects. Weaker memetic influences may be totally nullified by this.

5)Chemical Tolerance: Just as their minds block memetic influences, the bodies of SCP-714 wearers slows and nullifies the effects of various chemicals on the body. Fully poisonous or toxic substances are generally not hindered, but those that specifically impede or enhance neural and/or nervous functions in some way (such as stimulants or sedatives) have very diminished effects.

The document does not currently spawn.

SCP-914 Containment Protocol[edit | edit source]

SCP-914 Document.jpg A document for SCP-914.

Special Containment Procedures:
Only personnel who submit a formal request and receive approval from site command may operate 914. SCP-914 is to be kept in research cell 109-B with two guard personnel on duty at all times. Any researchers entering 109-B are to be accompanied by at least one guard for the entirety of testing.

SCP-914 is a large clockwork device weighing several tons and covering an area of eighteen square meters, consisting of screw drives, belts, pulleys, gears, springs and other clockwork. It is incredibly complex, consisting of over eight million moving parts comprised mostly of tin and copper, with some wooden and cloth items observed. Observation and probing have showed no electronic assemblies or any form of power other than the “Mainspring” under the “Selection Panel”. Two large booths 3mx2.1mx2.1m (10ftx7ftx7ft) are connected via copper tubes to the main body of SCP-914, labeled “Intake” and “Output”. Between them is a copper panel with a large knob with a small arrow attached. The words Rough, Coarse, 1:1, Fine, and Very Fine are positioned at points around the knob. Below the knob is a large “key” that winds the “mainspring”.

When an object is placed in the Intake Booth, a door slides shut, and a small bell sounds. If the knob is turned to any position and the key wound up, SCP-914 will “refine” the object in the booth. No energy is lost in the process, and the object appears to be in stasis until the Output Booth door is opened. Intense observation and testing have not shown how SCP-914 accomplishes this, and no test object has ever been observed inside SCP-914 during the “refining” process.

The document does not currently spawn.

SCP-939 Containment Protocol[edit | edit source]

SCP-939 Document.jpg A document for SCP-939.

SCP-939 are endothermic, pack-based predators which display atrophy of various systems similar to troglobitic organisms. The skins of SCP-939 are highly permeable to moisture and translucent red, owing to a compound chemically similar to hemoglobin. SCP-939 average 2.2 meters tall standing upright and weigh an average of 250 kg, though weight is highly variable. Each of their four limbs end in three-fingered claws with a fourth, opposable digit, and are covered in setae which considerably augment climbing ability. Their heads are elongated, devoid of even vestigial eyes or eye sockets, and contain no brain casing. The jaws of SCP-939 are lined with red, faintly luminescent fang-like teeth, similar to those belonging to specimens of the genus Chauliodus, up to 6 cm in length, and encircled by heat-sensitive pit organs.

SCP-939's primary method of luring prey is the imitation of human speech in the voices of prior victims, though imitation of other species and active nocturnal hunts have been documented. SCP-939 vocalizations often imply significant distress; whether SCP-939 understand their vocalizations or are repeating previously heard phrases is the subject of ongoing study.

SCP-939 exhale minute traces of an aerosolized Class C amnestic, designated AMN-C227. AMN-C227 causes temporary anterograde amnesia, inhibiting memory formation for the duration of exposure, plus an average of thirty (30) minutes. It is colorless, odorless, and tasteless with an estimated ECt50 for inhalation of 0.0015mg•min/m3. In well-ventilated or open air environments, risk of exposure to ECt50 is greatly reduced but not negligible. AMN-C227 is typically undetectable in the bloodstream sixty (60) minutes following cessation of exposure. Reported sensations of disorientation and mild hallucinations immediately following removal from environments saturated with the agent are similar to recreational use of numerous psychoactive substances and easily mistaken as such.

The document spawns in Archival Storage SL1-A, randomly.

SCP-983 Containment Protocol[edit | edit source]

SCP-983 Document.png A document for SCP-983.

SCP-983 is a vintage mechanical monkey with a faded date located on the bottom of the left foot, placing its manufacture at some point in the 1940s by an unknown person or company. The monkey is dressed in the remains of what used to be a popular vest design for circus ringmasters. In the monkey’s left hand, there is a lightly tarnished brass bell.
In the right hand, the monkey holds a small brass striking rod. The monkey is capable of emitting speech and sound, although examination of the object has revealed no seams, screws, or openings that would indicate a method of disassembly. SCP-983 is completely harmless and inert under most circumstances and may be handled without special precautions so long as the handler is not experiencing the 24-hour period considered the anniversary of their birth. Once SCP-983 physically comes into contact with an individual on their birthday, it will spring to life and do a single back flip before raising its bell and singing a simple song.


This single verse will be followed by the monkey striking its bell producing a tone that varies in pitch from quite high to rather low. SCP-983’s singing was found to vary slightly in pitch as well but maintained a very excited and happy tone.

Each verse sung by SCP-983 appears to age the ‘owner’ of the item by what is estimated at one year. By singing along with SCP-983, the ‘owner’ may deactivate the monkey which, once done successfully, results in a triumphant declaration of ’BIRTHDAY!’ from SCP-983, at which time it will ring its bell once and produce a single gumdrop-style candy from the bell.

The document spawns in Archival Storage SL1-A, randomly.

SCP-1048 Containment Protocol[edit | edit source]

SCP-1048 Document.png A document for SCP-1048. Though it is not yet in-game, the document is available.

Special Containment Procedures:
The whereabouts of SCP-1048 are currently unknown, though it is still believed to be somewhere in Site 24. Subject is to be secured for containment, but any creation of SCP-1048's should be destroyed on sight, unless further evidence warrants less extreme actions.

SCP-1048 is a small teddy bear, approximately 33 cm in height. Through testing, composition of the subject revealed no unusual qualities that make it discernible from a non-sapient teddy bear. Subject is capable of moving of its own accord, and can communicate through a small range of gestures.

The more anomalous behavior of SCP-1048 was not observed until approximately 7 months after it was originally secured. It is hypothesized that the subject is able to construct crude replicas of itself using various materials, by a process that has yet to be observed directly by Foundation staff. Dr. Carver has suggested that SCP-1048 uses its endearing qualities to lull those around it in to a false sense of security, allowing it to collect materials to produce these creations. Currently, there are 4 known creations of SCP-1048, designated SCP-1048-A, SCP-1048-B, SCP-1048-C, and SCP-1048-D. The nature of these creations has been in stark contrast to SCP-1048's general behavior, as all have exhibited extreme violence towards humans.

The document spawn in Archival Storage SL1-A, randomly.

SCP-1079 Containment Protocol[edit | edit source]

SCP-1079 Document.png A document for SCP-1079.

Special Containment Procedures:
All instances of SCP-1079 are currently stored within Containment Locker-1079 at Site-19. Furthermore, watchlist databases are to be updated with SCP-1079's information, in order to intercept any new shipments which may appear in the future.

SCP-1079 is the designation given to a number of sweets brightly labelled "Dr. Wondertainment's Bubblebath Bonbons!®". Currently, the Foundation has █ crates of SCP-1079 in containment, originally containing 64 packets each. The label on each packet provides the name of the product, and two warnings; "Not suitable for children under 3 years", and "Only one sweet is to be taken per sitting". In addition, it lists negative percent daily values of several nutrients, vitamins, and minerals, none of which are present in SCP-1079.

Human subjects report tingling sensations immediately after the consumption of SCP-1079. Ten to fifteen seconds later, the subject's own blood is secreted as pink, bubblegum-scented foam from the subject's pores on their abdomen, arms and back. The total volume of blood secreted in this way is typically from 30-50 mL and does not pose an immediate health risk.

The volume of blood secreted increases exponentially as more pieces are consumed; bubbles form in the subject's blood as a consequence of the SCP's intended function, causing the subject's blood to boil. Death by exsanguination occurs in 95% of subjects who have consumed 4 or more candies in one sitting. Exsanguination is compounded by foam collecting in the lungs of the consumer. After standardized animal testing was conducted, it was found that SCP-1079's effect scales with the consumer's body mass.

The document spawn in Archival Storage SL1-A, randomly.

SCP-1176 Containment Protocol[edit | edit source]

SCP-1176 Document.png A document for SCP-1176.

Special Containment Procedures:
SCP-1176 is to be kept within the sarcophagus it was recovered in, fully submerged in SCP-1176-1, in a secure, climate-controlled observation room at Site 73. SCP-1176 is not to be removed from SCP-1176-1 for any period of time longer than is necessary to conduct essential research or replace monitoring equipment, in no case exceeding six hours. Excess SCP-1176-1 is to be drained from the sarcophagus using the attached faucet, once per day or as necessary to prevent overflow, and is to be destroyed or sent for testing immediately. SCP-1176-1 is not to be consumed by any incompatible person except for testing purposes.

SCP-1176 is the mummified corpse of a human male, presumed to have been approximately 35 years of age at the time of death. Severe tissue degradation has made DNA examination of SCP-1176 impossible; based on contextual evidence, SCP-1176 is assumed to have been of Arabian ancestry and to have died in the 10th-11th century AD. SCP-1176 is clinically dead and does not display any indications of respiration, circulation, or metabolism. SCP-1176's brain, which is largely intact in spite of general tissue degradation, exhibits a constant level of electrical activity consistent with stage 3 non-rapid eye movement sleep ("deep sleep").

In the place of all bodily fluids that would be found in a living human being, SCP-1176 contains a fluid of viscous consistency and golden color, designated SCP-1176-1. Testing of SCP-1176-1 has found it to be chemically identical to clover honey produced by the Anatolian honey bee (Apis mellifera anatoliaca). SCP-1176-1 is exuded from SCP-1176's pores at a variable rate depending on environmental conditions.

SCP-1176-1 has been determined to be edible by human beings possessing an AB+ blood type, and possesses properties consistent with a highly concentrated nutritional supplement. A dose of SCP-1176-1 15 ml in volume contains approximately 2500 kcal and significant quantities of essential vitamins and nutrients, making it highly effective as an emergency ration or staple foodstuff. Tests conducted on D-Class personnel indicate that SCP-1176-1 consumption by compatible persons is effective in preventing physical sensations of hunger for 14-18 hours after consumption and bears no long-term side effects.

Persons of a non-AB+ blood type, upon consuming any amount of SCP-1176-1 greater than 0.5 ml, begin exhibiting symptoms of a severe allergic reaction within four to ten hours of consumption. Acute hemolysis, followed by renal failure and death, has occurred in 98.7% of all tests where an incompatible person was fed SCP-1176-1. Symptoms of SCP-1176-1 consumption among incompatible test subjects are consistent with symptoms of persons given blood transfusions of a type incompatible with their body chemistry.

The document spawn in the Auxiliary Containment Chamber.

SCP-1499 Containment Protocol[edit | edit source]

SCP-1499 Document.png A document for SCP-1499.

SCP-1499 is a Soviet GP-5 gas mask. A seal test performed on the object suggests that the object retains its original functionality. The anomalous effects of SCP-1499 activate when a human places SCP-1499 on their head. Approximately one second after SCP-1499 is fully secured on the subject's head, the subject vanishes from view, and is no longer detectable. The subject reports no feeling of motion at this time. Testing has revealed that two-way radios remain capable of both receiving and transmitting despite the subject being undetectable. Upon wearing SCP-1499, test subjects report completely different surroundings than they were in prior to wearing SCP-1499. Subjects have reported that it appears barren and inhospitable, with tall black towers filling the area. Subjects have also sighted entities in this landscape. These entities, designated SCP-1499-1, have been described as tall, nude humanoids with dark skin that have a thick coat of an unknown viscous substance. Instances of SCP-1499-1 also have large amounts of eyes and mouths covering their body. Upon removing SCP-1499 from their head, subjects reappear in the same location they were in when they put it on.

The document spawn in SCP-1499's Containment Chamber, in a document holder.

SCP-1762 Containment Protocol[edit | edit source]

SCP-1762 Document.JPG A document for SCP-1762.

Special Containment Procedures:
SCP-1762-1 is held in a standard containment unit at Site-██. During the periods when SCP-1762-1 releases SCP-1762-2, video logs are to be recorded for future research. Although instances of SCP-1762-2 have been deemed harmless, they should not be allowed to exit their containment unit.

SCP-1762-1 is a plain, cardboard box that is 32 cm x 20 cm x 26 cm. It is spray-painted silver on the interior and exterior, and the words "HERE BE DRAGONS" are handwritten in black permanent marker on the lid of the container. Opening the lid of SCP-1762-1 when it is not in the process of a release reveals it to be empty.

SCP-1762-1 will infrequently open and initiate a release of SCP-1762-2. During this time, the box will briefly emit a large amount of black smoke that quickly dissipates; it takes an average of twenty seconds for SCP-1762-2 to emerge after the smoke clears.

SCP-1762-2 is the collective term applied to the beings that emerge from SCP-1762-1. All instances of SCP-1762-2 bear resemblance to various types of dragons, in both Eastern and Western depictions, albeit in forms similar to that of origami models. Analysis of SCP-1762-2 reveals that they are composed of Kami paper. After exiting SCP-1762-1, instances of SCP-1762-2 will fly together in large groups and interact playfully with any nearby personnel and each other.

SCP-1762-2 vary in length from nine to thirty centimeters; all are capable of sustained flight once they exit SCP-1762-1, and have been recorded attaining speeds of 15 km/h. The number of SCP-1762-2 varies with each opening of SCP-1762-1, with numbers ranging from fifty to over four hundred.

The document spawn in SCP-1762's Containment Chamber, in two document holders.

Duckument 2[edit | edit source]

Duckument2.png A document for a set of 3 Anomalous Ducks. It is unknown why this document differs for the other document showcasing Anomalous Ducks in both naming conventions and its category.

The document spawn in SCP-914's Containment Chamber

Facility Documents[edit | edit source]

Aiken's Request[edit | edit source]

CaveNote1.png A document discussing the situation with [[[SCP-553]]'s temporary containment in Expansion Zone SL3-A.

To whoever is in charge of this project anymore,

My team and I refuse to work on the tunnels as long as those damned bugs are using the digging site for their nest. The men can't do a single fucking thing without being torn to shreds by their wings. If you want us to get our work done, get rid of the stupid things or find a new spot to expand.

Sincerely, Richard Aiken Head, Construction Team D5

The document is located in Expansion Zone SL3-A.

Charles' Response[edit | edit source]

CaveNote2.png A document discussing the situation with [[[SCP-553]]'s temporary containment in Expansion Zone SL3-A.

Mr. Aiken,

Concerning the site expansion tunnel, the other researchers and I think it would be best if you left the SCP-553 nest alone since moving them would more than likely result in unnecessary losses for both SCP-553 and personnel. For the time being, the tunnel will server as a temporary containment chamber while the original chamber is repaired. Await further instructions from the Site Director as a new excavation site is decided.

From the desk of Dr. Jason Charels, Research Team Delta-4 (62) 891-5883 Office (62) 891-7932 Fax

The document is located in Expansion Zone SL3-A.

Rotation of Elevated Security Credentials (1 of 2)[edit | edit source]

SecurityMemo1.png A document designating the rotation of personnel responsible for elevated security duties, and access to the Security Admin Passcode. Most names are scribbled out in red pen.

TO: Jennifer Davis, CRO; and Miles Gallus, CSO

SUBJECT: Biweekly Rotation of Elevated Security Credentials

This memo contains the list of personnel who are to receive the second set of revolving security credentials for this week. Please ensure your staff receive these credentials immediately and commit them to memory. The list is as follows:

John Reed; Admin Records

Harold Lark, Dr. Containment Chamber for SCP-███

Lloyd Foley, Agent Secure Storage SL3-A

Jossolyn Carson, Chief Security Station CH4-b

From the desk of Admin Sam Groulx, Chief Information Security Officer (21) 844-4001 Office (21) 844-5051 Fax

The document is located in the Security Office.

Rotation of Elevated Security Credentials (2 of 2)[edit | edit source]

SecurityMemo2.png A document designating the rotation of personnel responsible for elevated security duties, and access to the Security Admin Passcode. The name of Agent Lloyd Foley is highlighted.

TO: Jennifer Davis, CRO; and Miles Gallus, CSO

SUBJECT: Biweekly Rotation of Elevated Security Credentials

This memo contains the list of personnel who are to receive the second set of revolving security credentials for this week. Please ensure your staff receive these credentials immediately and commit them to memory. The list is as follows:

John Reed; Admin Records

Harold Lark, Dr. Containment Chamber for SCP-███

Lloyd Foley, Agent Secure Storage SL3-A

Jossolyn Carson, Chief Security Station CH4-b

From the desk of Admin Sam Groulx, Chief Information Security Officer (21) 844-4001 Office (21) 844-5051 Fax

The document is located in the tesla offices.

SCP-131 Security Memo[edit | edit source]

SCP-131SecurityMemo.png A document informing Agent Hale that his application for dual assignment has been accepted, and informing him of his duties involving SCP-131.

Agent Lynda Hale, Security Team Epsilon-2

Agent Hale,

Agent Lynda Hale, Security Team Epsilon-2 Agent Hale, After careful evaluation of your application of dual assignment to Senior Security and of your performance as acting Security of Autonomous Entities, we are happy to inform you that you have been confirmed for the position. You will report directly to Lieutenant Reeves, commencing with your activation on 09/18/20██

Tomorrow, report to the Security Office on Sublevel 1 at 06:00 to begin your assignment. When your shift ends, you will proceed to Containment Chamber C2 (SCP-1 31 's Containment Facilities) for the rest of your day. Please note that you will be assigned a locker in the Security Office to store your personal effects.

From the desk of Carl Phillips, Security Management, ARC Site-48 (62) 662-1141 Office (62) 662-5153 Fax

The document is located in SCP-131's Containment Chamber.

Patreon Offices (All New!)[edit | edit source]

Patreon Document.png A document discussing a patreon reward in an in-universe tone.

The document is located in the Patron Offices on Sublevel 2.

The Ducks[edit | edit source]

Duckument.png A document for a set of 3 Anomalous Ducks. It is unknown why this document differs for the other document showcasing Anomalous Ducks in both naming conventions and its category.

The document is located in Archival Storage SL1-A, and is the only document which spawns in a random position on the room's shelves guaranteed to be present.