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Item #: SCP-

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: SCP- is to be contained in a standard humanoid containment cell in Site 52, linked by a corridor with a door on each end of it. Both doors are to never be open simultaneously and instances of SCP-1 in the corridor have to be terminated. The containment chamber is to be furnished with basic furnitures, including a table, four chairs and a small shelf with board games and cards. Cameras have to monitor the corridor and cell, but they should not cover a designated corner of the room to allow SCP- to create and destroy SCP-1 instances, referred as "C/D corner" (Creation/Destruction) from this point. SCP- is not allowed to go into the C/D corner. Cameras have to record and/or facility personnel have to monitor them at all times, but can be deactivated during testing.

Any personnel entering SCP-'s containment chamber has to be masked up, so their faces are not distinguishable at any time from any angle, and should not have any item on them with their identity and/or picture on it, including items that must be visible at all times like badges. Similar items with the identity of anyone else, including non members of the Foundation, is also prohibited in SCP-'s cell, unless used for testing.

SCP- is to be fed at Site 52's eating time schedules, with food appropriate for human consumption. SCP- is allowed to create up to 3 instances of SCP-1 in his containment chamber, which have to be destroyed before anyone enters his cell. SCP- is allowed to overlook this rule for testing purposes. SCP- is to be furnished on a regular basis with picture-less news magazines, books and occasionally new board games and card games. Maintenance of the containment chamber is to be done by SCP- and SCP-1 instances.

If SCP- needs to be transferred, he has to be blindfolded for the entire duration of the transfer, or to be put in a box with no opening to the exterior, including breathing holes. If the box cannot hold enough oxygen for SCP- to survive the duration of the transfer, an external oxygen bottle has to dispense the box with oxygen. Transfers have to be limited to prevent a containment breach and testing should be done inside SCP-'s containment chamber.

SCP- is aware of these rules, and is to be reminded of them if staff deems it necessary. Failure to follow these rules, on-site rules or orders given to SCP-, is to be punished accordingly by Level 3 clearance or above personnel.

Description: SCP- is a 26 year old Caucasian male, with black hair and brown eyes, born the 17/11/████ in Barcelona, Spain. He measures 1.74m and weight 87kg as of the date of this document. SCP- is both fluent in Spanish and English with no particular accent. It should be noted that SCP- prefers to communicate with facility personnel in English.

SCP- have the ability to make clones of any other human being, called SCP-1 instances, with the memory, abilities, behaviour, weaknesses and mortality of the person (further testing required). SCP- needs to have seen the face of the individual, directly or not, and know their full name or a known alias, which the individual identify itself as, to make an SCP-1 instance of the person. SCP-1 instances obey to any orders given by SCP- and can be given telepathically, but they cannot harm SCP- in any way, even when an explicit order is given by him. SCP- can create and destroy SCP-1 instances at will, but it cannot be done under someone else's eyesight or recorded by any video device. This made the documentation of creation and destruction of SCP-1 impossible, but SCP- describe it as the SCP-1 suddenly appearing and disappearing. It should be noted that SCP- cannot make a SCP-1 instance of deceased individuals, and SCP- needs eyesight at the location where the SCP-1 instance is to be created. Destruction of SCP-1 instances does not have this restriction.

SCP-1 instances can be created fully clothed, but SCP- have to see the original person wearing these clothes. Any non-clothing items, including weapons, bags, papers and pens, cannot be created alongside a SCP-1, but items such as jewels, glasses and piercings can. Autopsy of SCP-1 instances does not reveal any anomalies in their body, and have the same DNA, fingerprints and even physical scarring of their original version. However, they don't have any presence of external biologic threat, including viruses and bacteria. Other sickness like cancer, mental deficiencies (Alzheimer, Parkinson…) and missing limbs are still present. Any clothing, organs and fluid made with the SCP-1 instance, will disappear after the SCP-1 instance is destroyed and when not being observed or recorded.

SCP- tends to create the same SCP-1 instances :

  • 3 of his childhood friends. He generally have casual chat with them and play games. SCP- is always the one choosing the games, never asking the opinion of the SCP-1. SCP- and the SCP-1 tries actively to win, but no heated argument happens. They are created every 2 to 3 days.
  • Various pornographic actresses during the evening and night. SCP- always have sexual relations with those SCP-1 instances. Hair colours and body shapes vary, but all have at least an █-sized breast. SCP- sometimes create multiple instances of this category of SCP-1. They are created every 1 to 2 days.
  • Damian Sabio's wife, Kylie. SCP- always make an SCP-1 instance of her every Wednesday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. SCP- is mostly listening to the SCP-1 instance. It should be noted that this is the only female SCP-1 instance that SCP- do not have any sexual relation with.

Any other SCP-1 instances made by SCP- should be reported to Doctor Rom.