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Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: Per the agreement between SCP-XXXX and the Foundation, no Special Containment Procedures are neccessary. SCP-XXXX will not allow SCP-XXXX-A, SCP-XXXX-B, and SCP-XXXX-C to function outside of D-class residential areas or cafeterias. The Foundation will continue to issue SCP-XXXX-1 as a lunchtime snack with no variations. D-class with dietary restrictions may request SCP-XXXX-1 instead of a standard snack substitute.

Residential Guards will not interfere with SCP-XXXX-A, SCP-XXXX-B, or SCP-XXXX-C when used in residential areas to trade for approved goods. Guards will continue to confiscate unapproved goods, despite SCP-XXXX's use.

Should SCP-XXXX-A, SCP-XXXX-B, or SCP-XXXX-C be used outside of D-class residential areas or cafeterias, consult Dr. Sen or an authorized deputy immediately. Current reasoning is that allowing limited freedom to SCP-XXXX is preferred to a lengthy, disruptive neutralization.

Description: SCP-XXXX is an anomalous bank used by D-class personnel to create a prison economy. SCP-XXXX is capable of placing information about itself directly into the minds of D-class personnel and storing candy bars, including mostly SCP-XXXX-1, in an extradimensional space. It is unknown if SCP-XXXX possesses an anomalous intelligence of its own or is an anomalous effect guided by competitive efforts of individual D-class personnel. Either way, the Foundation can influence SCP-XXXX via control of its currency, SCP-XXXX-1.

SCP-XXXX-1 is a small (7cm x 2cm) chocolate candy bar. The Foundation has served SCP-XXXX-1 since 1976 as part of the standard D-class lunch. The anomalous use of SCP-XXXX-1 was not discovered until 2004. SCP-XXXX-1 is used as a currency among D-class personnel, similar to the traditional role of cigarettes in American prisons. Notably, SCP-XXXX does not manufacture SCP-XXXX-1. D-class personnel collect, trade, and store SCP-XXXX-1 in the "bank" aspect of SCP-XXXX using the rituals of SCP-XXXX-A, SCP-XXXX-B, and SCP-XXXX-C.

SCP-XXXX-A is a series of kinetoglyphs1 that "deposit" or "withdraw" SCP-XXXX-1 from SCP-XXXX's extradimensional space. If a subject is holding any number of SCP-XXXX-1 in their hands while performing SCP-XXXX-A, it will be moved to the extradimensional space. If the subject is empty handed and currently has a positive "balance" with SCP-XXXX, performing SCP-XXXX-A will produce one to five2 SCP-XXXX-1 in the subject's hand.

SCP-XXXX-B is a series of kinetoglyphs requiring two people, that "transfer" any number of SCP-XXXX-1 instances stored extradimensionally. D-class personnel use SCP-XXXX-B to trade SCP-XXXX-1 for goods and services. SCP-XXXX-B makes these trades much easier, as some goods and services are worth hundreds of SCP-XXXX-13. Through unknown means the subject paying is able to choose how many instances are transferred. The subject receiving SCP-XXXX-1 instances instantly knows how many are received. Notably, SCP-XXXX-B imposes no compulsion to provide the good or service. Researchers have observed the receiving subject cheating the paying subject to no anomalous harm.4

SCP-XXXX-C is a series of kinetoglyphs that creates an image on the right palm of the performer. The image appears as a tattoo of the number of SCP-XXXX-1 instances the subject currently has stored in SCP-XXXX's extradimensional space. It lasts for about a minute, before fading. Performances of SCP-XXXX-C is usually accompanied by the phrase "You know I'm good for it, bro." but the phrase is not necessary to create the effect.

Amnestized D-class recall the existence of SCP-XXXX, and the purpose and how to perform SCP-XXXX-A, SCP-XXXX-B, and SCP-XXXX-C within 24 hours of being dosed, provided they are still considered D-class personnel. Subjects who are no longer D-class can forget SCP-XXXX normally. Prior to SCP-XXXX's containment, Former D-class subjects could still perform SCP-XXXX-A to "withdraw" SCP-XXXX-1, but could not "deposit" or use other functions of SCP-XXXX. Should a D-class die while having a positive "balance" with SCP-XXXX, the stored SCP-XXXX-1 will be unretrievable.