SCP: Terrified Technopath

Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object class: Thaumiel (SCP-XXXX-1) / Keter (SCP-XXXX-2) / Euclid SCP-XXXX-3)

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX-1 specimen is to be placed into a piece of technology of no anomalous properties and kept watched over by Dr. Aya Lichtenberg when on duty and kept in a standard anomalous object container and guarded by several members of MTF-Eta-2 “Keter Killers” while she’s not on duty. By no circumstances is SCP-XXXX-1 to physically interact with an anomalous object that lack a form of technopathy.

If a specimen SCP-XXXX-2 is to ever arise, MTF-Eta-2 “Keter Killers” is to be dispatched along all necessary additional forces that are to be determined by the on site commander. MTF-Eta-2 “Keter Killers” should try every attempt to trap and talk down SCP-XXXX-2 into calming down. If possible, a technokinetic and/or technopathic SCP such as SCP-???? should interact with SCP-XXXX-2 if the prior conditions cannot be met in 30 minutes.

SCP-XXXX-3 is to be confined on working hours in standard humanoid containment and given technology and samples of SCP-XXXX-1 on a regular basis to allow Dr. Lichtenburg to continue standard work. SCP-XXXX-3 can use facilities accessible by those of it’s credentials before Incident XXXX-2-01 aside from leaving the facility. Under no circumstances should a version of SCP-XXXX-2 be allowed to touch SCP-XXXX-3.

Only one specimen of SCP-XXXX-3 exist at any given time fo the sake of ease. The process to make SCP-XXXX-1 can be accessed by Level 4 command.

Description: SCP-XXXX-1 is a species of nanites that were created by Dr. Lichtenberg through a process involving both SCP-148 And SCP-??? where the two have to [CLASSIFIED]. SCP-XXXX-1 has the ability to change shape and control its structure to grasp and move around but is otherwise simplistic until it comes into contact with technology or in some rare occasions, any inorganic object that is used as a tool (it should be noted however that it will not bond to any life-like constructs composed of technology such as robots or smart phones with sufficient AI).

When SCP-XXXX-1 bonds to an object meeting said requirements, it will soak into the device and alter its appearance to that of a semi-organic black texture in areas of mostly hardware and a fluorescent pink in areas of the device’s main use (such as a screen of a phone, the head of a drill or the trigger and cannon of a firearm). SCP-XXXX-1 subtly changes the structure of the devices to allow autonomy as well as other upgrades and alterations that vary on a case-to-case basis depending on what the device in question is. SCP-XXXX-1 has a emotional attachment to Dr. Lichtenberg and does whats is commanded as long as it does not violate the 3 laws of robotics when not bonded to a machine. The SCP-XXXX-1 affected devices can harm others when commanded or used but will not outright kill. SCP-XXXX-1 is curious an nature and will pass along its effects to other machines when told to.

SCP-XXXX-1 acts as a contingency for broken or useless devices where it is attached to device in question to increase its usefulness to said process. SCP-XXXX-1 is not to be used in the outside field with the exception being MTF-Eta-2 “Keter Killers” as field testers for SCP-XXXX-’s use as a weapon upgrader.

SCP-XXXX-2 are instances where SCP-XXXX-1 touches an anomalous object that lacks technopathy. Only one occurrence as of yet involving SCP-412 When contact occurs, All samples of SCP-XXXX-1 react in a fear and fling themselves through a maximum of several walls of concrete to find Dr. Lichtenberg. SCP-XXXX-1 formed an exoskeleton around Dr. Lichtenberg and began to multiply its mass and size and formed SCP-XXXX-2.

SCP-XXXX-2 is capable of latching tentacles of SCP-XXXX-1 towards any nearby device where it is them integrated into the system and can access its SCP-XXXX-1 bonded state at any point and at any size given the current nanite count. SCP-XXXX-2 has the strength to lift a fully occupied tank, the durability to take several anti-tank rounds (some of which were absorbed and used later) and can run at a speed of 100km without using extra devices of aid. SCP-XXXX-2’s intelligence extends to understanding simple language and said lack of intelligence may be the reason it cannot use more than one device at once. See Incident XXXX-2-01 for further details on is evasion and neutralization.

SCP-XXXX-3 is the byproduct of SCP-XXXX-2 shedding it’s fearful nature through a process of cornering SCP-XXXX-2 and using SCP-???? Or other SCPs of similar technology based abilities to soothe the nanotechnology. The only SCP-XXXX-3 specimen identifies as Dr. Lichtenberg post incident XXXX-2-01 and has her appearance and memories from before aside from her arms, legs and spine being entirely composed of SCP-XXXX-1 as well as a development of anxiety when not interacting with SCP-XXXX-1 on a regular basis or if her picture is taken. SCP-XXXX-3 has the ability to use her SCP-XXXX-1 components to create standard autonomous SCP-XXXX-1 affected devices attatched to the body or can integrate the machines into her matrx and use them later.

Unlike its previous counterpart, SCP-XXXX-3 can create multiple constructs with its sizes being confined to being fit for human to use (i.e a fighter jet’s integration into the matrix will result in a flight system whose wingspan is only twice the arm span an of SCP-XXXX-3). SCP-XXXX has absorbed around 50 tons worth of mechanisms since her creation despite the fact that her overall weight is still 70 kilograms. SCP-XXXX-3 has no adverse reaction to physically touching other SCPs that would otherwise enrage SCP-XXXX-1 unless they by nature have adverse effects when touched. SCP-XXXX-3 can detect technological signals and absorb data into her memories.

SCP-XXXX-3 has the ability to mimic the capabilities of non-technological or technological objects through sight or detailed description by creating the closest technological approximation. For details on how SCP-XXXX-3 interacts with certain devices see SCP-XXXX-Extended Interaction Log.

Addendum 1: SCP-XXXX-2’s activities have been recorded and transcribed in Incident XXXX-2-01

SCP-XXXX-3-Experimentation Log