Doctor Pie

First draft of my first attempt at making an SCP. Any critics is greatly appreciated!

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Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is to be contained within the centre of a 5 by 5 meter space. The walls of the room are to be soundproofed and made of 5mm of steel, and the only way in and out of the room should be a bulkhead door, which in itself must not be openable from the inside of the containment cell. Viewing of the object outside of experiments should only be done through 10 layers of 4mm thick laminated glass. When the object must be handled or personnel must enter, the bulkhead should be sealed completely before any actions takes place.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a chromatic button accordion found in █████, █████, in the home of a recently deceased male. The objects existence was brought to the attention of embedded Foundation agents when a family member of the deceased reported hearing the sound of an accordion under the floors to police, whom then found the device seeped in an as of then unidentified fluid. Class A amnesiacs were deployed and the object was brought into Foundation custody.

The object in question appears to be at the least semi sapient, playing itself and using the contractions to move - Although it appears to rarely seek the need to. When it does play, the object plays any song that is capable of being played by an accordion from any time pre 1970. More commonly repeated songs in the objects repertoire include Mozart’s ‘Turkish March’ and Frank Sinatra’s ‘My Way’.

When the object begins to play, a form of field will be formed around it. Anything within this field will become compelled to reach and ‘play’ the object (although the object mostly appears to do the playing itself). The object will then begin to sap biological material from the compelled player. There appears to be no rhyme or reason on which material is gathered - Anything from skin to stomach acid will be sapped - and the location of which the sapped materials are stored are as of yet unknown. No damage against the affected individual will stop them from playing. Upon all of the chosen material being absorbed, the accordion will cease its playing. At his point the previously compelled subject will be forced to deal with the affects of whatever was drained themselves.

Following the absorbing stage, the object will no longer release a field. After a varying amount of time, the longest of which recorded being a week, the object will release the gathered material, which will then create a a seemingly random form. In rare occasions, this form is sapient to some degree, although nothing more has been seen than an insect.