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Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is in a small containment locker at Site-██, anyone wishing to use the object is to sign up and go through a background check in order to collect more data on the object. The viral video that led to the discovery of SCP-XXXX is to be allowed to remain up, however, is reuploaded by a fake account in order for the previous owner of SCP-XXXX from questioning it. Any comment on the video regarding the anomalous properties of SCP-XXXX is to be deleted.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a die of twenty sides, with the numbers 1-20 randomly placed on each side. It is the color black, and is made of 99% hard plastic, with the 1% being impurities, that do not contribute to its anomalies. It contains no maker's marks and is otherwise completely normal.

SCP-XXXX's anomalous properties comes in when any sentient being rolls the object. It will always land on the same number depending on the animal rolling it. No matter how hard one might try to get a different number, the object will go out of it's way to land on the number.

SCP-XXXX's 2nd anomalous properties is that the number rolled seems to correlate to how lucky the sentient being is, with 1 being the lowest, 20 the highest. Though luck is subjective, testing is on going to see if the object can truly determine luck.

Addendum #1: The object was recovered by Agent ████ following a viral video titled "Watch me roll a THOUSAND 11's on my d20!!!!(NOT CLICKBAIT, TOTALLY REAL!)". The IP address of the man uploading the video was tracked to the town of ████████ WA. Agent ████ proceeded to investigate, and found nothing anomalous about the man or any other objects he owned, with the exception of SCP-XXXX. After a short interview, the man was given Class-B Amnesiacs, and SCP-XXXX confiscated.

Transcript of recorded interview:
Interviewed: Avery █████
Interviewer: Agent ████

[The click of the audio recording device being turned on can be heard, and the sound of it being set down on a surface.]
Agent ████: "Can you tell me where you got this die?"
Avery █████: [Silence for about 15 seconds.] "Well, as you can see, I an avid collector of dice of any variety, [He gestures to his collection of dice] and this guy contacted me about the die, and I of course, bought it from him, and even if what he claimed it can do wasn't true, it would make a good story."
Agent ████: "Can you tell me who this guy is?"
Avery █████: "Nope. He told me only what it did, and when I replied to the email, he showed up the next day, gave me the dice and left."
Agent ████: "Can you tell me about the man, what he wore, how he looks?"
Avery █████: "He was white, and wore a white shirt and jeans. Nothing unusual."
Agent ████: "What did this 'guy' claim it could do?"
Avery █████: "He said it was not a trick die, yet always landed on the same number, depending on the person rolling it. He also said the die was cursed, but I don't believe that, I've had it for 8 years and nothing bad's happened to me!"
Agent ████: "Right… Now how did you meet this guy did you know him, did he email you?"
Avery █████: "He said he saw my famous video and contacted me through my ██████ account, here let me get his account name for you…" [Agent ████ reports that Avery █████ proceeds to get up, write the account name down on paper and gives it to Agent ████]

Afterword: The aforementioned video shows Avery █████ rolls a 11 with the die, and following a background check on him, seems to support what SCP-XXXX can do, as nothing extremely unlucky or lucky has happened in his past.