Dr. Human Person's SCP
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Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is to be contained in a standard cell and turned over daily. Under no circumstances is SCP-XXXX to be given water or anything else it asks for. When speaking with SCP-XXXX, the interviewer is not to deviate from the pre-approved subject matter. Any attempts by SCP-XXXX to change the subject matter will result in its punishment by the usual means. Failure to comply with the above will result in immediate termination.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a sentient sphere of organic matter1, ~30cm in diameter. When left untouched, SCP-XXXX will spontaneously start growing tree roots, at an anomalously fast rate of growth.2. SCP-XXXX is hostile to human life, and often tries to trick its minders into leaving it be or giving it water, which acts as a stimulant for root growth.

Whenever SCP-XXXX is moved, any roots that have been formed will disintegrate into a dark brown dust.3. This makes it relatively easy to contain.

SCP-XXXX was discovered in the city of Portland, Oregon. The roots had begun to reach the city limits, and the Foundation was called in to investigate. After a D-Class personnel was picked up and thrown by SCP-XXXX's roots, MTF-Epsilon-5 ("Weed Whackers") was called in. The following battle resulted in ██ Foundation and ███ civilian casualties. After 78 hours, the MTF reached SCP-XXXX's center, where they quickly attempted to destroy it. While SCP-XXXX is indestructible, the MTF moved it enough to destroy the roots. It was quickly transported to Site-██, where it currently resides.

Tests have shown that SCP-XXXX is over 5,000 years old, and root samples do not match any type of tree currently known to the Foundation. Its origin is unclear, but the Foundation believes that it is not native to Earth. How SCP-XXXX is able to sustain itself without sunlight or water is currently unknown.

SCP-XXXX appears very friendly to all who meet it, often waving at site staff, and occasionally tapping out requests in Morse code and challenging researchers to games4. However, it is extremely manipulative, and attempts to lull those monitoring it into a false sense of security.