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SCP-XXXX.

Item#: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: A common field mouse infected with SCP-XXXX is to be contained within a 1x1x1 metre aluminium block, door is to remain sealed and airlocked. The mouse is to be fed regular supplements every 3 hours. If the mouse is in ill-health, another field mouse or an animal similar to the creature is to be introduced into the cell, and this file must be updated accordingly. All staff dealing with an infection of SCP-XXXX should keep in mind SCP-XXXX-1 is merely hallucination and cannot harm you in any way. All members of staff must report any sighting of SCP-XXXX-1 to staff with O3 clearance and should immediately report to the onsite medical staff.

Description: SCP-XXXX is an airborne sentient virus that effects the patient's occiptal lobe. Any patient infected with the virus is reported to have direct contact with a Scandinavian female, described to have ginger hair, freckles and brown eyes. All test subjects have confirmed that this woman bears resemblance to a 'Zoey ███' upon viewing a photograph of her. This entity is also known as SCP-XXXX-1.

SCP-XXXX-1 is an illusion given from the interference provided by the SCP-XXXX virus. The virus uses the personification of SCP-XXXX-1 in an attempt to completely pacify the subject. The entity achieves this through direct interaction with the subject, and will usually try communicating with them. Once a discussion begins, the entity has been noted to remark on recent events and decisions made by the subject.

The virus will remain compliant if the subject remains passive in nature. Any subversion from a passive attitude, and SCP-XXXX-1 will react negatively. Some common reactions include: judgement, the entitys' visible distress, and attempts to scare the subject into becoming passive. Subjects are advised to ignore SCP-XXXX-1 until they are no longer infected.

SCP-XXXX-1 appears to possess knowledge of previous infected individuals and events that occurred while the virus had infected them. SCP-XXXX seems to channel all of its' sentience into SCP-XXXX-1, who then tries to convince the subject, above becoming a pacifist, that it is real.

Containment Procedures are as such to avoid extinction of the virus, due to SCP-XXXX-1s' nature of constantly trying to reach out and infect more people with SCP-XXXX. Without a Patient 0, the virus will remain airborne and eventually die out. SCP-XXXX has not yet been neutralised due to the Ethics Committee voicing their interest in the input SCP-XXXX-1 may have on certain scenarios.

Discovery log: SCP-XXXX first came to the foundation's attention when the mass reports of an 'illusionary woman' began circulating around Aberdeenshire, Scotland in February, 2010. Research Team Gamma was dispatched to investigate. Upon arrival, Research Team Gamma experienced Instances of SCP-XXXX-1. They reported that the entity appeared to them, questioned them about who they were, and later judged upon small actions of violence, which developed into Dr. Sanchezs' Pacifist Virus theory, which was later confirmed. The town was quickly quarantined, and the news and residents were told that an unusual hallucinogenic substance was in the water system. After a thorough area sweep and a brief air test to confirm, the virus had been contained to one specimen - a small field mouse. This field mouse was brought back to Site 6 and was contained in a quarantined isolation cell.

WARNING: THE FOLLOWING FILE IS LEVEL #/XXXX CLASSIFIED


ANY ATTEMPT TO ACCESS THIS FILE WITHOUT LEVEL 4/XXXX AUTHORIZATION WILL BE LOGGED AND WILL LEAD TO IMMEDIATE DISCIPLINARY ACTION.