The Tide

Object Class: Safe


Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is to kept in a small 6 meter by 6 meter room with a standing concrete pool sitting a meter and half above the floor filled with natural open ocean salt water and a pump used to create a small current in the pool. A tropical humid climate is to be kept inside SCP-XXXX's room with a UV light to be shined on to the pool for at least 8 hours at a time. Two large fans are required to keep an artificial wind speed of 6.4 kilometers per hour for inconsistent periods of 3-5 hours throughout the day. If these conditions are not met SCP-XXXX will be terminated.

Description: SCP-XXXX is an algae bloom that seasonally occurs off the southern coast of the gulf of mexico. The bloom is slightly red in appearance and removes the oxygen from the surrounding waters killing any local marine life and many grasses and plants. In addition to poluting the waters SCP-XXXX will also emit fumes with a strong odor that smells of a decaying corpse and irritates the eyes and sinus system and can trigger certain allergies. Although SCP-XXXX occurs naturally, traces of manmade chemical [DATA EXPUNGED] had been found present in that specific bloom.

Just as it affects the sinus system SCP-XXXX also attacks the central nervous system. Victims of SCP-XXXX have reported frequent mood swings and intense irrational emotions, d-class personnel sent into SCP-XXXX's container when the artificial wind and sunlight have shut off have reported any current emotions they had became incredibly accelerated. Those who reported being scared found themselves quivering and trying with all their might to escape. Those who harbored earlier feelings of happiness found themselves feeling extreme joy and began feeling