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Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: Due to SCP-XXXX’s static stance, site-83 was created on a three kilometer radius perimeter around it. No one outside the foundation is to enter this area, and if so, is to be given Class-C amnestics and a proper alibi. SCP-XXXX-1’s booth is only accessible to authorized researchers, and must be guarded by at least one armed guard at all time.

SCP-XXXX must never be used unless for research purposes.In case of unsupervised activation, team Iota-0920 “Lonely Fang” must report immediately to the activation area and await orders to act depending on the threat. Non-activation related investigation subjects must be searched for 25 cent coins, and restrict access if found any.

Safe objects recovered from SCP-XXXX must be taken to site-83’s lab for study, and stored in individual storages for later test.

Neither SCP-XXXX nor SCP-XXXX-1 should be induced any kind of harm (See Incident report-XXXX-wD).

Description: SCP-XXXX is a 56 meters high, 90 meters long and 9 meters deep wall located on the Arabian Desert made mostly out of granite and sand.

One of the faces of SCP-XXXX is divided on several smaller rectangular doors of the same material which occupy different areas of it’s surface. These varie from 0,07x0,03 centimeters (smaller one seen by human eye) to 87x54 meters, forcing the smaller ones to be within the larger door’s central area. This creates a pattern of arranged rectangles; The larger the door, the more doors there will be within. There are a total of 37 visible compartments, registered from larger to smaller as XXXX-aa, XXXX-ab and so on. The largest section (XXXX-aa) has the words “GRAND PRIZE” written on it with faint white and red paint

SCP-XXXX-1 is a caucasian male with a physical contexture of a man on his 40’s, wearing a white outfit with red vertical strips, usually accompanied with a silver staff and a broken top hat. Although he is capable of moving, talking and has a generally active personality, SCP-XXXX-1 is technically dead, as none of his vital organs seem to function and the skin is on a decomposing state.

SCP-XXXX-1’s mood is usually jolly, constantly trying to establish conversations with personnel and usually making fun out of himself and other staff. His presence has highered the site’s general humor although some personnel appear to be easily irritated by SCP-XXXX-1.

SCP-XXXX-1 currently inhabits a small wooden booth, 16 meters away from SCP-XXXX. On one side of this cabin there is a broken plastic sign which reads “The Wall of Wonders” on several colors. Below this is a 90x80 centimeter window frame, alongside a chair and a metal rectangular box with a small cavity on top. SCP-XXXX-1 will usually invite approaching people to put a 25 cent coin inside this one, most of the times followed by “no refunds” on a lower tone.

When a 25 cent coin is inserted on this cavity, SCP-XXXX will activate, and the song “The Final Countdown” from the music group Europe will start playing distantly within.
Between 8 and 23 seconds later, one door will randomly open, sliding sideways, even if the space inside SCP-XXXX is insufficient for this to happen. From this door will emerge an aleatory article, either an object, a living entity or several of each, which SCP-XXXX-1 will introduce with a short comment. The door opened will only unconstrain items which fit comfortably on its frame without leaving excessive space unoccupied.

Below is shown a list of some of the items retrieved from SCP-XXXX. There has never been a successful activation of XXXX-aa under the foundation’s supervision.

Initial Observation Test - ██/██/19██

Activated Door: XXXX-af
Door Measurements: 60x31 meters
Item: 1740’s British warship Man-of-War “Madam Lucifer”
Observation: The ship advanced while levitating no more than a few millimeters above ground until it was fully on the exterior of SCP-XXXX, allowing it to close immediately afterwards. No English warship by that name was found on any historical records.
SCP-XXXX-1 comment: “She’s just an ol’ beauty, is’n she, lads? She broke many men’s hearts… probably some bones too”.

Test Log-w.E - ██/██/19██

Activated Door: XXXX-an
Door Measurements: 14x6 meters
Item: Religious gospel group of approximately 50 members standing on different platform levels singing “Hallelujah” repeatedly. Two of them where holding a large sign with the “peace” symbol. All exploded into confetti once finished performing.
Observation: The act lasted around 35 seconds and the structure was never left by the singers, so time to take any kind of action was insufficient.
SCP-XXXX-1 comment: “Wow, they were rushing, hmm? I wonder if they got anywhere in the first place”.

Test Log-w.H - ██/██/19██

Activated Door: XXXX-ax
Door Measurements: 9x7,25 centimeters
Item: A dice with 195 faces.
Observation: As soon as the door opened, the dice rolled out and lost all momentum once it exited SCP-XXXX. The faces did not contain numbers but small detailed flags from around the world.
SCP-XXXX-1 comment: “Just like any roleplay game, roll the dice, press a button, take the loot”.

Test Log-w.O - ██/██/20██

Activated Door: XXXX-ab
Door Measurements: 79x48 meters
Item: Non-functional Threat Control Satelite currently under the Foundation’s development.
Observation: No information about the project was ever left by the Foundation’s custody, there is no explanation as how could SCP-XXXX materialize the structure without the respective blueprints.
SCP-XXXX-1 comment: This was the only recorded time when SCP-XXXX-1 remained silent.

Test Log-w.AC - ██/██/20██

Activated Door: XXXX-ap
Door Measurements: 5x1,2 meters
Item: SCP-████.
Observation: (DATA EXPUNGED). Director O5-█ order suspension of testing until further notice.
SCP-XXXX-1 comment: “When men found all ways to destroy themselves and still failed, the task had to be taken by someone else. Something else. This things have failed, too. At least for now. Let’s hope they do the job sooner than later and break this dammed cycle once and for all”.

Addendum: Incident report-XXXX-wD:
SCP-XXXX-1 was asked to follow personnel to site-83 for interrogation. He refused with the excuse he was “checking for worms”, the personnel then became irritated and tried to move SCP-XXXX-1 by force, accidentally smashing his head against the cabin’s window frame. At this moment SCP-XXXX activated automatically, and “The Final Countdown” started to play distortedly. Movement was reported from XXXX-aa as if it had started to open as mild earthquakes initiated.

At this moment SCP-XXXX-1 ran towards the activation area and placed his hands on SCP-XXXX’s surface while whispering, as reported by witnesses. 2 minutes and 13 seconds later the activation ceased as well as the temblors.

SCP-XXXX-1 later informed the researchers to “have saved your asses” and the personnel having “angered her”.

Addendum: Incident report-XXXX-wG

A team of 4 Class-D personnel was prepared to be sent inside SCP-XXXX once the activation commenced.

After two failed attempts, which activated XXXX-av and XXXX-ar (Doors too small for a team to enter), the door XXXX-ao (7x3,2m) was successfully unlocked. As the team approached the activation area, temblors took place on the surroundings, which increased as the personnel got closer. SCP-XXXX-1 started demonstrating great levels of distress, when questioned he responded “Amy doesn’t like strangers” and denied further explanation. At that moment approximately 120 cubic meters of molten aluminum exited at great rate from XXXX-ao, causing the death of the four personnel and several researchers, alongside with the destruction of a large portion of the testing area.

Site-83 was inhabilitated and was set for reparations. SCP-XXXX-1 accepted being interrogated.

Addendum: Interrogation Report XXXX-1-a

Interviewer: Lead Researcher Matthew N. ██████.
Interviewee: SCP-XXXX-1.

Begin log ██/██/20██ 15:32
Researcher M.: Good afternoon, SCP-XXXX-1.
SCP-XXXX-1: Please don’t call me that.
Researcher M.: Now again?
SCP-XXXX-1: Name’s Dan. Danny if you like, but not that. Don’t call me that.
Researcher M.: Sorry, but I’m legally required to call you by that name. You know, for people to be sure it’s you who I'm talking to.
SCP-XXXX-1: Then be sure by calling me Dan. “It’s me. Dan. The guy with the freaky wall”.
Researcher M.: Sorry, but that is simply not possible.
SCP-XXXX-1: (Sigh) Ok, right. Sorry, Im going off the point here.
Researcher M.: That’s okay, take your time to tell me what you need to.
SCP-XXXX-1: Alright, yeah. (pause). Where do I start?
Researcher M.: Wherever you think it’s right.
SCP-XXXX-1: Well… in that case, I met her when I was 25 or so.
Researcher M.: Who…?
SCP-XXXX-1: She gave me gifts. Out of her sleeve it seemed, but I knew that wasn’t it, no one can hide a top hat within her clothes without it being obvious. I knew she had some talent, a real skill.
Researcher M.: So…
SCP-XXXX-1: So she was killed.
Researcher M.: Killed? By whom?
SCP-XXXX-1: We needed money, so we started a small business at a carnival. I lured tourists into the tent, and she did her thing. Too much attention it seems. The townspeople… they… dammit.
Researcher M.: I’m really sorry to hear that, but how is this related to SCP-XXXX?
SCP-XXXX-1: You tell me. I accepted things as they are, not really questioning any of it, and I’m as good as I will ever be. I don’t know how she made stuff appear or how she apparently reincarnated as a goddam wall. I don’t know why she brought me here or how I’m even alive. But I deal with it. It’s up to you to put the pieces together if you really want to.
Researcher M.: Well, I am glad you agreed to share this information with us Da… SCP-XXXX-1, and I think this is all we will need for now.
SCP-XXXX-1: Alright… yeah. You’re welcome. And hey! In your free time you can come over my stand and… test your luck!
End log ██/██/20██ 15:37