Air_Ford's SCP Idea "The Gravity Dancer"
GravityDancer2

Photo taken on 09/12/19██. Image of the figure performing its anti-gravity dance.

Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is kept in a standard humanoid containment chamber in Sector-25 at Site-14. Ballet music 1970's-1990's (Any Genre) style music must be streamed into the containment cell at all times. The sound system inside of SCP-XXXX's cell must be routinely checked every month five (5) days. The entire space of the containment cell must be in view at all times using standard security cameras. Level-3 and higher clearance personnel are allowed inside of the cell with clearance by at least two (2) level-4 personnel.

Instances of SCP-XXXX-1 are to be subdued and then removed from SCP-XXXX's containment and placed into a separate cell in sector-25 at site-14. Instances of SCP-XXXX-1 must stay in their cell until the effects from SCP-XXXX have completely worn off. If any personnel try to make contact with SCP-XXXX they must be sedated as quickly as possible. A tranquilizer gun has been provided at the containment site at all times.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a sapient humanoid figure of unknown descent and origin that that stands at a height of approximately 2.6 meters tall. All four of its limbs are abnormally long. SCP-XXXX has the same anatomy as a normal human except that it has flexible cartilage where bones would have been. It wears a spandex suit that covers all of its body other than its hands and feet. It also wears a ceramic mask that resembles a human face and is colored a solid white. Attempts to remove the mask or clothing have met with failure. These clothing items seem to be fused with the entity's body. The entity cannot speak, but it does seem to attempt to communicate through body language. SCP-XXXX is completely docile.

SCP-XXXX never stops dancing even if impeded by any obstacle. The figure gracefully avoids these obstacles at incredibly fast speeds up to 60km/s. SCP-XXXX is immune to the Earth's gravitational pull, giving it the ability to dance on any surface. SCP-XXXX also floats with no contact to any surface, but only does so for ~30 seconds as it will slowly fall back to the ground.

SCP-XXXX's anomalous effects can transfer to other living beings by physical contact with SCP-XXXX. All effected beings have been designated as SCP-XXXX-1. Instances of SCP-XXXX-1 are only effected for ~2 hours after physical contact with SCP-XXXX, and if SCP-XXXX makes contact with an SCP-XXXX-1 instance during this "cooldown" time, the timer resets back to ~2 hours. Instances of SCP-XXXX-1 can also transfer the anomalous effects to other living beings. When multiple people are dancing with SCP-XXXX they all dance in unison until they have been removed from SCP-XXXX's influence. The only way to negate these effects is with sedation. Instances of SCP-XXXX-1 will dance with SCP-XXXX until they expire or are sedated. Causes of death include dehydration, starvation, exhaustion, or loss of blood flow in certain parts of the body due to the abnormal gravity.

SCP-XXXX's behavior can be influenced by different types of music. Ballet 1970's-1990's music is usually played due to the fact that SCP-XXXX now dances in a more modern style most of the time. Faster music causes the entity to move faster and more sporadically. Slower music influences it to perform more gracefully and slowly.

When other genres of music are played, the entity will move randomly with no pattern, and will be off-beat until ballet music is played once again. The changes in music irritate SCP-XXXX after ~2 days. After the 2 days, SCP-XXXX will start to move extremely quickly in an unorganized manner and will slam against the walls of the cell, sometimes damaging the interior material, until ballet music is played once more. If there is no music playing near SCP-XXXX, it will move at its maximum speed (60km/s) toward any source of any genre of music. When it reaches the source of music, it will start do dance once more.