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SCP-XXXX at time of admission to The Foundation.

Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is to be kept in a 6.5sqm² humanoid containtment cell at Site-15 and provided with basic human needs such as toiletry and a 3'0" x 6'2" (36" x 74") bed which sheets must be changed fornightly at minimum. No cameras, microphones, mobiles or other recording/communication equipment are allowed inside the cell and must not be used by SCP-XXXX at any time. In the event that SCP-XXXX uses a device to communicate with a Foundation staff member, that personnel must either be terminated or have their role as an employee directed to the care of SCP-XXXX immediately in occurdance with [Procedure 24.ED.N1414]

SCP-XXXX must be removed from their containment cell once every week to undergo a medical examination that must always be performed by Dr. G███████. Who was SCP-XXXX's Doctor before admission into the Foundation. SCP-XXXX must only recieve medical treatment for any illness or disease if it is life threatening (Please refer to Document #XXXX-I).

Description: SCP-XXXX is a German human male of caucasian ethnicity. They have blonde hair and hazel eyes. SCP-XXXX was born in the town of ███████ on October ██, 198█. SCP-XXX shows signs of drastic underdevelopment through puberty, considering that both their parent and sibling each stand over 1ft taller despite SCP-XXXX being 9 years older than their sibling. SCP-XXXX shows signs of malnourishment due to weighing only 84lbs but maintains the appetite of the average human male and near always accepts meals from The Foundation with the only exceptions being the case of illness or exhaustion. SCP-XXXX has several leasions other their skin and when questioned it was revealed that these aren't birth marks but stem from SCP-XXXX's anomalous abilities.

When SCP-XXXX becomes acquaintances with another living being some kind of non-visible link seems to form which forces SCP-XXXX to become somewhat of a martyr for the new acquaintance. SCP-XXXX will unwillingly suffer both physically and mentally for their new friend whilst the acquaintance's general health and way of life only seems to improve with time. It is not certain what all the ways that qualify SCP-XXXX and another being to become acquaintances but experiments as well as interviews conducted from his life before The Foundation have shown that the following will suffice:

  • SCP-XXXX and another being exchange names.
  • SCP-XXXX helps another being with a task or is helped by them.
  • SCP-XXXX and another being develop a romantic relationship.
  • SCP-XXXX is given or gives a gift to/by another being.
  • SCP-XXXX is helped medically by another being.
  • SCP-XXXX is taught something by another being.
  • SCP-XXXX and another being engage in conversations on regular basis.

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