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Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: [Updated as of ██/██/████, see Addendum 02 for details] All three (3) instances of SCP-XXXX are to be kept in a reinforced steel safe locked by a four (4) digit pass code known only to directors of its individually stationed Site and two (2) level 4 personnel of their choice. Testing of SCP-XXXX must be approved by both level 4 personnel, and must only be conducted on voluntary researchers. Any formal transportation use of SCP-XXXX must be coordinated at least one (1) week in advance with both the director of the Site responsible for the location of destination and at least one (1) member of the O5 counsel. Any informal transportation use of SCP-XXXX must be postliminary to the activation of the Site's "Requesting EVAC" auto broadcast and the activation of the timer to the explosive attached to the back of SCP-XXXX. No personnel below level 3 are allowed access to SCP-XXXX in a formal situation. No personnel below level 3 are allowed access to SCP-XXXX in an informal situation until all possible level 3 personnel have transported. No D class personnel are allowed access to SCP-XXXX in any situation.

Any possible entrances to the households of James █████ and Ben █████, and the ██████ Church are to be sealed off under the guise of renovation, with tools allowing for exit to be placed inside.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a collection of three (3) 50 cm x 65 cm cork badge boards, hosting a total of three hundred eighty four (384) unique items, labled as SCP-XXXX-01, related to activities and accomplishments surrounding the Boy Scouts of America (BSA). Instances of SCP-XXXX-01 include: patches, merit badges, both metal and hand crafted necklaces, custom pins, belt loops, and trinkets of apparently original design.

When any instance of SCP-XXXX-01 is removed from the badge board, no matter the means or intent behind its removal, the subject responsible will be instantaneously transported to the location where the item was seemingly "earned" (See Addendum 01). Instances of SCP-XXXX-01 can be reused seemingly indefinitely as long as it is returned to its spot on SCP-XXXX. Analyzed video footage shows materialization of subjects at speeds faster than 299,792,458 m/s1, and has also revealed that, in the microseconds that the materialization takes place, the subject's complete physical form appears in a transparent state before returning to a solid state. This suggests that the process of transportation involves the transmission of compressed molecules through an unknown link in dimensional space at an unmeasurable level of speed.

Subjects will lose all current possessions and clothing on their person during transportation, which will be replaced by either standard BSA First or Second Class attire. Any items lost during transportation are impossible to recover, as all tracking devices subjects have attempted to take with them during transportation have lost connection. Items typically used by BSA members to "earn" an instance of SCP-XXXX-01 will also appear to materialize next to the subject at the same time of their arrival. While not all instances of SCP-XXXX-01 that are connected to a specific type of event (ex: camping) lead to transportation to similar types of locations (ex: campsite) or manifest the same number or type of items to a completely similar degree, multiple tests have concluded that each type of SCP-XXXX-01 item share a consistent thematic control in both location of manifestation and items manifested. The connection between certain types of SCP-XXXX-01 and the most common results upon manifestation can be seen below:

SCP-XXXX-01 Item Most Common Activity/Event Locations of Manifestation Items Manifested
Patches, Original Trinkets Camping Campsites Connected to Multiple Wilderness or Memorial Trails around the United States. Examples include █████ █████ in Tennessee and ███████ ████ in North Dakota. Clothes, food, sleeping bag, Stansport Scout Tent, flashlight, pocket knife, books, folding chair, pencils, paper, first aid supplies, scout handbook.
Badges, Necklaces Merit Badges or other Awards Camp ████████ in ████, Alabama, the █████ ██████ Church in ██████, Alabama, an abandoned Scout Hut in █████, Alabama, or the households of either James █████ or Ben █████ located in ██████, Alabama. Blank merit badge packet, laptop, pencils, paper.
Custom Pins, Belt Loops Webelo Activities The ██████ Church and an unknown amount of different locations in █████ ██████, Massachusetts Webelo Pakcet, pencils, paper

SCP-XXXX was discovered in ██████, Alabama on ██/██/████ after police reports of a juvenile claiming two of his friends had disappeared in front of him while they were exploring a house for sale that they had broken into, and their subsequent discovery in both Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Yellowstone National Park, reached the Foundation.

Addendum 01: When examined and questioned, the previous tenets of the original location of SCP-XXXX showed no anomalous properties or noticeable reactions to any use of SCP-XXXX and revealed that SCP-XXXX was an item they had forgotten to pack when moving away from their home. The tenets also claimed that they themselves had never removed any items during their time owning it, as they had felt no need to do so. The owners of the badges themselves managed elaborated that instances of SCP-XXXX-01 were not all given as soon as the requirements were met and therefore "earned", but rather were given every six (6) months all at once at an annual ceremony at their local Church. This explains why many of the locations of materialization after removal of merit badges and belt loops transported subjects onto the property of other individuals or locations not seen more than once, as many merit badges are either earned during sessions hosted by numerous Scoutmasters, or earned after being reviewed by an approved Scoutmaster as a last requirement.

Addendum 02: The proposition made by Dr. █████ to have SCP-XXXX separated and relocated to Site-██, Site-██, and Site-██ for efficient high level personnel and emergency transportation has been approved. It is believed that the use of SCP-XXXX for these purposes will not only save the Foundation great amounts of resources and time, but also countless high level Foundation personnel in the event of the necessary activation of the on site nuclear warheads. The prospect of saving considerable amounts of knowledge and experience needed in the containment of anomalous items is too great to be pushed aside. -O5-██