Luxamvere's Sandbox: The Second Empire of Drafts

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INTRODUCTION: Who am I?

Hello there.

I am a normal person. There's nothing very special to me, besides the fact that I keep to myself for the most part. But, other than that, there's nothing to me. Most of my life is unknown to other people, even the ones closest to me. But I don't think that stops me from having a social life. To be honest, it's probably best if you click out of this file and view someone else's sandbox page.

Just do what I say and be a normal person, for once.

Uh, you leave yet?

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Hello, and welcome to the Secured Containment Procedures Foundation, or the SCP Foundation. Here at the SCP Foundation, we do our best to secure anomalies and protect humanity from these threats. Our motto is "Secure, Contain, Protect", relating to our job as an organization and our tasks. Enough with the introduction, and let's get straight into where you fit into this complex organizational structure.

What do we do here at the SCP Foundation? We contain anomalies known as "SCPs" and are secured in containment chambers according to the procedures. Each SCP has a written up procedure of how it should be contained if it ever breaches and daily operations. Their files can be accessed in the archives in your assigned facility, with minimal levels.

In this lesson, we will be learning about the dangers of the SCPs. SCPs are very dangerous, and monstrous creatures that can cause world-ending scenarios if we aren't careful with them. SCPs can be categorized into multiple groups: Safe, Euclid, Keter, Thaumial, Explained and Neutralized.

A safe SCP is one that holds minimal anomalous effects, and do not pose sufficient threat to humanity. However, this does not mean that it is okay for on-site staff to trigger the anomalous effects. Containment is sufficient.

A euclid SCP is one that poses threats to staff, but do not meet sufficient requirements to be classified as Keter. Containment is not always sufficient.

A Keter SCP is one that poses huge threats towards all of humanity and can have huge consequences if all procedures of containment are not followed. Some Keter SCPs cannot be contained fully by the Foundation's current technologies.

Thaumiel, we'll save that once you have a higher clearance.

Explained SCPs are fully understood SCPs and have been deemed safe to humanity. They are to be released from containment.

Neutralized SCPs are ones that have been rid of all anomalous effects through terminal means.

As you can see, these classifications are important to the Foundation to understand the threat level of the SCP, and that all staff are aware. It is important that you do your part in the Foundation and study the classifications. Memorize them so you understand what type of SCP you are dealing with when you see it.

Now, you know what the classifications are. But you're training isn't done. There are many more training videos to be watched, waiting for you. Watch all of these tapes to help you with your career here at the SCP Foundation.

Remember, we are the Secured Containment Procedures Foundation. We secure, contain, protect.

Secure. Contain. Protect.

Approved by the Administrator and O5 Council.

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