mundy world

A young [REDACTED] woman inflicted with an advanced case of scp- .


Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: all captured instances of SCP- are to be kept in the 15m x 18m x 5m secured communal living quarters in Research Sector- Subjects with SCP- are not to be removed from quarters unless approved by a Level Three or higher personnel, and only on specified [REDACTED] ritual dates. All other requests for leaving by any instance of SCP- besides designated medical check-ups or severe medical emergency are to be regarded as false persuasive maneuvers and thus ignored.

meals should be administered twice daily. Keep in mind the [REDACTED] peoples are strict vegetarians and will refuse to eat anything with meat. Trying to force them to eat it results in an unnecessary rukus. Be sure subjects form a straight line at the administration window and each only get one meal.

Searches of the living quarters for any unauthorized objects or weapons are scheduled twice every month. Personnel tasked with searching the chambers are to be given a taser in case of violent retaliation. This includes fights between subject or towards personnel.

In the case of any subject with SCP dying of natural or unnatural cause, the corpse is to be removed as soon as possible and taken for scientific study. The quarters then are to be purged of blood or other remains entirely. Any death or burial rituals are permitted with required strict supervision, as some end up in sacrifice or self harm.

Outside of the foundation, A secure barrier is maintained around inhabited areas of mt. [REDACTED] with at least 10 MTF guards securing every post.

Description: SCP- is a hereditary condition passed on through a specific clan of incestuous mountain tribes in the [REDACTED] mountains of [REDACTED]. The tribes afflicted with SCP- are human-adjacent, stemming from a 3rd secluded proto-hominid branch equipped with a set of organs called “the production system”. This organ system contains 3 distinct organs; The Sculpa, which produces thin threads of keratin “yarn” of many different, often unnatural colors. the Texents, a cluster of long, thin organs that strengthen and either weave, braid or dredd the produced keratin, and the Orificial tube, which is a small-intestine-esque tangle of biological tubing which guides the keratin strands to their respected exporting orifice. 80,000 years ago, this proto-hominid race had a set of six orifices on their chests from which the keratin strands hung down naturally. If these Keratin strands are not maintained or cut, they will tangle and “crochet” themselves into bunches to stay on the body. After centuries of evolving, the production system should have become dormant and vestigial as the chest orifices closed. For some [REDACTED] peoples, it did. For the rest, The production system continues to push full speed ahead. Having no designated orifices, the keratin strands pile up under the skin until they burst through. This often results in afflicted people having rashy, sensitive buildups all over their upper body. The [REDACTED] peoples will often cut the buildups open to allow the keratin free, relieving pain. Occasionally, the orificial tube is inverted, and the strands penetrate the internal organs. The subject then tends to regurgitate or defecate tangles of yarn, have significant trouble breathing and swallowing, and usually die quickly. In very rare cases, the subject’s orificial tube will train next to the esophagus and line the mouth and inside of the head, sometimes taking the place of eyes, teeth and tongues. People afflicted with facial cases of SCP- tend to have varying sensory problems and often cannot speak or see very well.

The tribes inbreed because their culture views SCP- as an attribute of racial purity and believe that people in the outside world “will not appreciate” the effects of SCP-, which is partially true. Many tests of interbreeding have been done to see if the child produced is equipped with a production system. The results are as followed:

Test one; human male, [REDACTED] female the first and arguably most successful test. Child [scp- -1] was born after 10 months of gestation. Scp- -1 born with a partially functioning production system. First signs of keratin production occured at age 6, with lumps forming on the left shoulder and lower right chest. Keratin produced was not weaved, braided or dreaded. The bushy keratin tangles were also naturally colored and usually a reddish brown, resembling the hair on scp-3160-1’s head. Scp- -1 is now 16 years of age and is contained in a 3m x 3m x 5m chamber and has free range of research wings [REDACTED] through [REDACTED], as well as the cafeteria and break room. scp- -1 poses no danger or ill intent.
Test two; Human female, [REDACTED] male Child [scp- -2] born after 9 months of gestation. Scp- -2 Born with a vestigial Sculpa and no other production system organs. The vestigial sculpa became infected and swollen 6 months after birth and required an operation that unfortunately proved fatal. Scp- -2’s Sculpa is preserved in a small glass jar in doctor [REDACTED]’s minifridge.
Test three; Human female, [REDACTED] male After 3 consecutive miscarriages, the test proved unsuccessful.
Test four; Human male, [REDACTED] female Child [scp- -3] was born prematurely after 8 months of gestation, but was completely human. No trace of a production system was found and the child was put up for adoption.

People afflicted with SCP tend to have shorter lifespans, The oldest discovered case of SCP- being 62 years old.

The woven keratin strands produced by SCP- are much stronger than any other naturally produced fiber, but otherwise has the same qualities as other yarns.
[REDACTED] is the only case of scp- who is allowed any items. She is given a pair of blunt knitting needles on request, with which she knits brightly colored sweaters from her own yarn. She often gives these sweaters to the doctors who commonly tend to her, and seems pleased when she sees them wearing them. Doctor [REDACTED] reported that the sweater feels “not itchy, like i thought it would. Its kinda heavy and does feel a little like human hair, which is weird.” doctor [REDACTED] wears the sweater often.