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    SCP- 001 Proposals 

SCP-001 - Awaiting De-classification [Blocked]

  • Cosmic Horror Story: Some SCP-001 proposals deftly dodge the Meta Origin and Origin Story elements and entirely focus on telling just another cosmic horror story set within the Foundation universe.
  • Meta Origin: Several proposals for SCP-001 are for the source of all SCPs.
  • Multiple-Choice Past: There are several files designated SCP-001. None of them may be true, some of them may be decoys for the real SCP-001, or all of them may be true.
  • Origin Story: Other SCP-001 proposals are about how the Foundation and sometimes how many groups of interests are formed.

Dr Clef's Proposal - The Gate Guardian
  • Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: It's 700 cubits tall, that's 1050 feet (or 320 meters).
  • Badass: Comes with being one of the Cherubim. It doesn't even need to move to completely obliterate things. It kinda needs to be if it wants to effectively guard the gates of Eden.
  • The Dreaded: When an entity is so powerful that even Able refuses to fight it, you know it counts as this trope.
  • Flaming Sword: Has a sword which produces flames that are not only hotter than the Sun, but can completely remove whatever it hits from existence.
  • Light Is Good: Depends on interpretation, but it could lean more toward good due to how it prompted the Founder to create the Foundation and contain so many dangerous entities and anomalies. It also violently terminated the researchers who killed a D-Class who refused to turn back.
  • No Name Given: Actually averted by implication. It's almost undoubtedly Jophiel, see Our Angels Are Different below.
  • 108: The angel is described as having up to 108 wings.
  • Our Angels Are Different: Specifically, a fiery Cherubim. It's heavily implied if not outright stated to be the Archangel Jophiel, who chased Adam and Eve out of Eden and took up the flaming sword to keep humanity out and implied by The Leak thread to be Dr. Clef (yes, it seems Clef proposed himself).
  • Plot Hole: Have you ever wondered why this heavily religious-themed SCP would be related to the "activation" of SCP-098, a bunch of safe-ish crustaceans, and the breach of SCP-995, an anomalous fungi living underneath couches? This is because SCP-098 used to be this hell gate, and SCP-995 used to be this devilish machine. When the articles were deleted, the author intentionally decided to not remedy the plot hole (for whatever reason). A bit of creative reimagining later led to the creation of this tale of the Competitive Eschatology, which tied the loose threads together.

Dr. Bright's Proposal - The Factory
  • Deal with the Devil: O5-1 made a deal with the mastermind of The Factory to stop the "Fairy Folk" from killing everyone and conquering The Factory, but it would cost him human sacrifices. He figured he could sacrifice The Factory, but they just set up shop elsewhere and started building dangerous weapons. Now the Foundation has to sacrifice people (mostly D-class for monthly termination, but some researchers and staff) or The Factory will pump out and distribute horrors to unsuspecting civilians.
  • The Fair Folk: The ruthlessly violent kind; more like orcs, but with a weakness to iron. O5-1 wiped them out.
  • Industrialized Evil: They made sweatshops look like cushy jobs; everyone was enslaved to a 16 hour work shift, and those that were too injured to work were executed. Then they cranked it up further, sacrificing most of the disposable workers, and children were raped and bred to create more factory workers.
  • No OSHA Compliance: The Factory was built before unions were invented. The owner milked this trope for everything it was worth, and then some.
  • Where It All Began: Most of the varying factions - The Foundation, The GOC, Marshal & Dawkins Corp, The Church Of The Broken God, etc. - began when they found a horrible, horrible factory that spat out wonderful, wonderful toys.

Dr. Mackenzie's Proposal - The Legacy
  • Alternate Universe: In his diary The Administrator claims to originally be from a parallel plane of existence that he calls an "alternate reality".
  • Dead Man Writing:
    • In one of the pages of The Administrator's diary it says "If you are in possession of — and reading — this document then I am probably dead."
    • The last page was written by someone who loved The Administrator in their original reality. They write "By the time you read this, I will already be dead."
  • Last of His Kind: The Administrator is the only survivor from the alternate reality. He is tasked with spreading their final legacy to other universes, equations and technology that could stop the Corruption that caused the anomalies if they are completed.
  • Take Up My Sword: The Administrator had passed the job of finishing the legacy and stopping the Corruption on to the Foundation, when he realized he was dying.

S Andrew Swann's Proposal - The Database
  • Apocalypse How: Class Z, known in the article as a ZK-Class Reality Failure event.
  • Author Powers: SCP-001 are the authors of the SCP wiki, capable of completely rewriting reality if they want to do it.
  • Breaking the Fourth Wall: The long-term observation of reality shifts made the researchers conclude that reality is flowing towards a narrative coherence. A plot. They realized that they are in a horror story and there are authors out there.
  • Foreshadowing: The article outlines three (heavily censored, but left just enough to figure out the information behind them) containment operations perpetrated by the Foundation to cover-up the knowledge of SCP-001, which hint at its true nature.
    • The first one is the seizure and capture of several short stories from the Internet.
    • The second one is the replacement of the script of the movie The Matrix; this foreshadows that SCP-001 is a force outside of the universe, like the relationship between Zion and The Matrix.
    • The third one is the failed neutralization of bestselling author Stephen King after the author submitted outlines for a new novel, The Dark Tower. This foreshadows that SCP-001 is the author of the universe.
  • Historical In-Joke: A rather dark one. It turns out that Stephen King's near fatal hospitalization was a failed assassination attempt on him perpetrated by the Foundation to contain information about SCP-001.
    • Fitting the meta nature, apparently The Matrix had information about SCP-001 before the script was forcibly rewritten.
  • Rage Against the Author: The Foundation has a Containment Protocol ready to neutralize its own authors, although they don't plan to implement it. Yet.
  • The Fourth Wall Will Not Protect You: The Foundation had proposed Containment Protocol ZK-001-Alpha in order to neutralize SCP-001 as a last resort. It involves inserting lethal memetic agents in the Foundation database, eliminating you, the reader of the Wiki.
  • Wham Line: The true nature of SCP-001 is completely undescribed until the very last line of the researcher's note: "But we found out that there is a God, and it is SCP-001. And it's a bunch of horror writers."

Roget's Proposal - Keter Duty
  • And I Must Scream: The fate of many Keter-level SCPs due to their arranged containment procedures. In particular, SCP-682 is trapped inside SCP-296, a chamber of beings who determine whether or not those who enter are guilty and act out punishments they feel are appropriate. 682's punishment is that it's denied the opportunity to kill its captors, but also denied the ability to die.
  • Appendage Assimilation: The containment procedures for SCP-1055 (the ursine Animalistic Abomination that gets stronger, bigger, and more dangerous as more people know about it) involve putting it in with SCP-1048 (the adorable teddy bear that constructs copies of itself out of vile materials), respectively. Any 1055 growth is cut short when 1048 specimens violently maul it and use its flesh to make more of themselves.
  • Deep Sleep: SCP-122-1 specimens force SCP-990 into this to keep him anchored in the physical world and stop him from acting as a harbinger (and possibly instigator) of bad news in Foundation staff members' dreams.
  • Just Eat Gilligan: This is a scenario where the SCPs effectively neutralize the others of their kind. Literally applied in the case of SCP-058, the bovine heart-like monstrosity, which is placed within SCP-1983, a collective of entities that feed on hearts.
  • Laser-Guided Karma: The fate of SCP-682 in this scenario. It is imprisoned within SCP-296 which, in this incarnation, is composed of every staff member and Task Force agent murdered by the beast. See And I Must Scream.
  • Mind Screw: While the cross-test containment protocols are generally very clear, SCP-001 itself (the anomalous structure containing these containment chambers) and many things surrounding it gives of this vibe by raising many questions but answering none of them.
  • Power Limiter: The Keter-level subjects are imprisoned in a way that they either greatly limit or cut off their abilities. For example, SCP-689 (the tiny soapstone statue that kills when eye contact isn't maintained and then perches atop its victims' corpses) is imprisoned in a chamber of SCP-718 specimens (eyeballs that drive people to murderous rage and reproduce when the goo from their destroyed forms make more). Every so often, the 718 specimens look away, giving 689 a chance to murder one. However, this just makes more 718 specimens that use their sight and tendrils to nudge 689 back into place.
  • Riddle for the Ages: The details of SCP-579's and 055's containment ("Can't fit round pegs in square holes"). Justified in that the former is an infohazard so dangerous that no-one — not even the reader — is allowed to know anything about it; and the latter is a "self-keeping secret" which no-one can learn anything about.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: Of a sort, considering it's the proposed source of all Keter-level SCPs and all are kept in there.

djkaktus's Proposal - The Children
  • Arc Words: The cryptic code phrase "Does the black moon howl?" is given a pseudo-origin story and explanation in the article. It is used in O5-1's message to O5-13 after O5-1's defection, and is a metaphor of the Foundation's gradual weakening against the anomalous threats.
  • Creepy Child: Nine of them, between the ages of 4 and 11. All of them are functionally brain dead, despite still showing vital signs.
  • Disintegrator Ray: The Children can effectively annihilate anything on command, no matter how far away it is.
  • Fate Worse Than Death: After an incident that resulted in the death of an administrator and the defection of their controller, they were all sealed underneath the former site of a church in San Marco, Mexico. They're all still alive.
  • Gratuitous French: The final line in O5-1's message to O5-13, Vive l'insurrection (Long Live the Insurrection), made it obvious that O5-1 is now leading the Chaos Insurgency.
  • Human Weapon: The Children had their souls replaced by alien entities, turning them into Reality Warpers who could destroy a target at any distance away on command.
  • Phantom Zone: The "quantum tunneling" allows for disinegration by shifting everything to another dimension.
  • Powered by a Forsaken Child: The title children have had their souls removed and replaced with extra-dimensional entities, giving them Reality Warping powers. All of them are brain-dead and exist only to act as Living Weapons.
  • Reality Warper: They all have the power to erase anything from existence at any point on Earth, just by giving them the coordinates.
  • Walking Wasteland: The Children are all radioactive, possibly as a byproduct of their reality bending powers.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: Dr. ███ █████, O5-1, head of the project that created the Children, and the implied founder of Chaos Insurgency (portrayed in the article as an organization similar to the Foundation but even more willing to Shoot the Dog). He proposed the project to eliminate anomalous threats completely, and then defected after he realized how the Foundation is too much of an Obstructive Bureaucrat to be able to actively stop threats.

Kate McTiriss's Proposal - A Record
  • Ascend to a Higher Plane of Existence: Dr. Mary Nakayama attained omnipotence and omniscience through SCP-001, when she realized that she saved herself as a god.
  • Big Good: Mary Nakayama promised in her final message to try to protect the world upon ascending to godhood. Of course, the entry is intentionally dubiously canon, even more so than most entries.
  • Double Meaning Title: More like triple meaning. The title refers to three things - The musical record that started it all, the SCP-001 record itself, and Mary Nakayama's edit records that recorded her enlightenment.
  • Hand Wave: The article neatly explains why the series pages (commonly thought to be out-of-universe) limits new the new entry numbers to 1,000 at a time and lists everything that is not written as [ACCESS DENIED]. This is because the Foundation checks individual SCPs for Category–Aleph Room reality modification anomalies in series of 1,000, before releasing their access.
  • Mood Whiplash: Dr. Nakayama's edit notes go from simple and comedic (an april fools day joke and her OTT reaction) to dead serious as soon as she realizes the potentials of the SCP-001 slot.
  • Plot Device: SCP-001's discovery and later events surrounding it started off with the containment of a single anomalous vinyl tape, which makes itself always be listed first in numerical listings (it was intended to cheat the rankings), causing it to be assigned to the unused slot of SCP-001.
  • Rewriting Reality: The SCP-001 slot makes any statements written in it objectively true. The Foundation has to describe everything in subjective statements to avoid activating it.
  • Stable Time Loop: Dr. Nakayama attempted suicide as a teenager. She was saved by a god, and was influenced by the God's statements to try and protect the world from the unfathomable horrors. After discovering SCP-001, she realized that she became the God that saved herself when she was young, and she fulfilled her wish of protecting the world that she gave herself.

TwistedGears-Kaktus Proposal - The Broken God
  • Arc Words: Apotheosis.
  • Been There, Shaped History: An Apotheosis event caused the creation of the Gulf of California in 1943. That's right, 160,000 km2 (62,000 sq mi) were sunk\destroyed.
  • Bilingual Bonus: SCP-001 has a special object class, Maksur, which is Arabic for "Broken".
  • Call Back: The beach that is SCP-2217 is mentioned, and every major SCP relating to the Church is a key component in that they combine to form an Eldritch Abomination that probably isn't the true Broken God.
  • Eldritch Abomination: It's what really happens when one combines all of the major SCPs relating to the Church of the Broken God and then some. Anyone who's read up on them knows what will probably happen. Except it doesn't. The result is not Mekhanenote , but rather a horrible mess that most certainly isn't him. One possible explanation is that it really is Mekhane, but rather he just Came Back Wrong in the recorded Apotheosis event with horrendous consequences.
  • Wham Line: A big one, from a Foundation agent interviewed after SCP-001's rampage. He found some metal tags on its "heart", which none of the other pieces had. What was written on those tags?
    Agent: "They [the tags] said, 'Property of The Factory.''

Scantron Proposal- The Foundation
  • Bizarrchitecture: The high school affected by the anomaly transformed practically overnight. All the desks and books were missing, the walls were replaced with reinforced concrete or other strange materials, rooms were randomly rearranged, and the auditorium was sealed off by large steel walls blocking the doorways.
  • Hunter Of Their Own Kind: The Foundation is an anomalous organization that hunts down and contains other anomalies. One commenter even described them as a Counter-anomaly.
  • Perspective Reversal: The entry is actually a case file written by the Unusual Incidents Unit in 1954, which identifies the Foundation as Confirmed Anomaly 3.
  • Tomato in the Mirror: The Foundation is either the product of some sort of anomaly or an anomaly itself. They took control of a high school, remodeling it into their first site, then began expanding worldwide.

    002- 099 

SCP-004 ("The 12 Rusty Keys and the Door")
  • Alien Geometries: Ten of the keys open the door into a dimension where the laws of physics and topology are very different from normal. Anyone entering this dimension is ripped apart, with their body parts disappearing.
  • Bigger on the Inside
    • If SCP-004-7 is used on the door, it opens into a room of immeasurable size which is much larger than the factory building into which the door is set.
    • SCP-004-14 is a box found elsewhere in the factory area. When opened, it has 5 times greater space inside than the outer dimensions would indicate.
  • Portal Door: SCP-004 is a door and set of twelve keys. The door opens to a different place depending on the key used to unlock it. One key leads to a room of seemingly infinite size, one leads to an Eldritch Abomination which destroys the mind of anyone who sees it, while the other ten lead to Alien Geometries which are instantly fatal to human life.
  • Self-Destruct Mechanism: If any of the SCP objects stored inside SCP-004 breach containment or if Site 62 itself is breached, the on-site nuclear device will be activated. This is the earliest SCP description to mention an on-site nuclear device.
  • Year Outside, Hour Inside: SCP-004 causes space-time anomalies nearby, such as personnel experiencing only a few days inside Site 62 even though they had actually been in it for several weeks.

SCP-008 ("Zombie Plague")

SCP-012 ("A Bad Composition")
  • Couldn't Find a Pen: People who look at it too long will be psychologically forced into trying to "complete" the song written on it. This almost always involves cutting themselves open to try and use their blood as ink, and then dying due to either blood loss or suicide (because the song is "impossible to complete").
  • Driven to Suicide: When a test subject managed to finish one line of the composition, the SCP caused them to committed suicide.

SCP-014 ("The Concrete Man")

SCP-017 ("Shadow Person")
  • Creepy Child: It has a similar anatomy to a child, but it is hostile.
  • Dark Is Evil: 017 is a shadow-being that will leap to anything that casts a shadow and completely envelop them.
  • Living Shadow: It resembles a shroud, but the Foundation has had no luck trying to find out what's underneath it.
  • Weakened by the Light: Not the light itself however. The reason 017's cell is surrounded by floodlights is to prevent 017 from using shadows to escape.

SCP-029 ("Daughter of Shadows")

SCP-030 - The Homunculus
  • Artificial Human: A 71-centimeters-tall human constructed out of clay.
  • Gender-Blender Name: "Ariel", which is fitting considering SCP-030 is biologically genderless.
  • Golem: SCP-030 is constructed out of clay, giving off this vibe.
  • Laser-Guided Amnesia: In his own words, he has been asked to forget about the information on his creators.
  • Major Injury Underreaction: Due to being made of clay, losing a limb is little more than a mild inconvenience for him as he can just stick it right back on.
  • Nice Guy: SCP-030 is polite and helpful with Foundation personnel.
  • No Biological Sex: Being a homunculus and all, having a biological sex isn't gonna matter much.
  • Our Homunculi Are Different: This homunculus is made almost entirely of clay and "deactivates" in low light conditions.
  • Omniglot: SCP-030 can speak, read and write in Ancient Greek, Latin, Italian, English, Spanish and Portuguese and even two languages that have not yet been identified.
  • Weakened by the Light: Inverted. He becomes inert when he's not exposed to a light source.
  • What the Hell Is That Accent?: SCP-030's voice is described as "androgynous, with a pronounced English accent not currently identifiable as specific to any modern region."

SCP-033 ("The Missing Number")
  • Alternative Number System: More like paranormal number system.
  • Exactly What It Says on the Tin: It's a number we somehow missed.
  • Formulaic Magic: This paranormal number can cause breakdowns in reality by simply existing.
  • Science Is Wrong: Since we missed it, none of our mathematical formulas work with it. In fact, it causes anything related to mathematics to completely break down: Calculators, machine-printed paper, and the entire internet if it ever got online.

SCP-035 ("Possessive Mask")
  • Affably Evil: When in possession of a host, the mask is unfailingly polite and amiable to questioners. That said, like any good Satanic archetype, the mask is also seductive and manipulative, with its eventual goal being escape from containment. It also stops being friendly once it is denied host privileges, and starts trying to corrode or madden its way out.
  • The Corruption: Everything around it will decay and distort from its constant sludge or its telepathic whispering, from the specially alloyed containment chamber it is locked in to the minds of personnel assigned to guard it. Even its host bodies are not safe from its corrosive influence (to the entity's chagrin), and they all rot to uselessness after a few hours.
  • Cool Mask: An old style Italian drama mask. Whether it appears as a comedy mask or a tragedy mask to the viewer is random.
  • Covered in Gunge: Constantly emits a corrosive black slime from its eyeholes and mouth.
  • Demonic Possession: What the mask does when put on a wearer (a dummy will do as well as a human body), enabling it to speak and move about. Unfortunately for the mask, its power rapidly burns through hosts (and automatically kills living ones). It seeks to remedy this problem by possessing SCP-682.
  • Driven to Madness//Driven to Suicide: It can do this to people if they're exposed to its whispering for too long.
  • Evil Laugh//Giggling Villain: If its telepathic whisper-torment is anything to go by.
  • Evil Mask: As if the corrosive secretion isn't enough, it kills wearers, drives anyone around crazy, and turns the nearby environment into a World Gone Mad.
  • Make Them Rot: The physical danger of the mask and its main offensive ability.
  • Manipulative Bastard: Based on its psychological profile, the mask is skilled at flattery and guile, knowing the human mind inside and out.
  • Mask of Power: It possess anything that has a humanoid shape, including mannequins, corpses, and statues, enabling movement, and also sustains living wearers despite their decaying bodies.
  • Murderous Mask: Kills anyone who wears it, therefore it seeks the unkillable.
  • Our Demons Are Different:
  • Psychic Powers: Telepathy
  • Sealed Evil in a Can; The mask is merely an indestructible container, the evil itself lies within.
  • White Mask of Doom: Beneath the black sludge.

SCP-040 ("Evolution's Child")
  • Biomanipulation: SCP-040 has the anomalous ability of manipulating living matter. She uses it to modify existing life forms to create new ones. Her creations include SCP-040-1a (a Voluntary Shapeshifter she wears like a sweater), SCP-040-1c (a Living Gasbag that can play music) and SCP-040-1j (a four-legged creature that can Wall Crawl).
  • Black Eyes of Crazy: Subverted. While one of her eyes is black, she's not crazy.
  • Creepy Child: Although, its more due to her powers than her behaviour. That, and she does keep mutants as pets.
  • Genki Girl: This tale describes her as a "maelstrom of energy".
  • Green Thumb: She can manipulate plant matter, but she has more difficulty with it.
  • Ill Girl: See Squishy Wizard. Also in her interview log, she's getting over a cold.
  • Instant Costume Change: Her main article of clothing is SCP-040-1a, a shape-shifting sweater that changes into different types of clothing depending on the environment.
  • Living Gasbag: SCP-040-1c is a spherical creature that can fly using bladders filled with helium.
  • Lovecraftian Superpower: She can manipulate organic matter, i.e. induce mutations at will.
  • Necromancer: She once resurrected a corpse, but it had the mentality of a child and she was quite upset by it
  • Nice Girl: She's polite and genial with personnel and generally a sweet girl despite her creepiness.
  • No Name Given: Not on her main article, although according to this tale related to the "Olympia Project", her name is "Emily".
  • Performance Anxiety: She suffered from this in the experiment log.
  • Pet Monstrosity: Instances of SCP-040-1 are normally this. She's allowed to keep three of them for her mental wellbeing.
  • Picky Eater: She doesn't like peas, but does like green beans.
  • Powered by a Forsaken Child: In a sense. She was one of the SCP items used during the Olympia Project (a project to attempt to create an Artificial Human using several SCP items for the Foundation's benefit) where she was to manipulate the raw materials intergrated to bring it to life.
  • Retcon:
    • An older version of her used to have telepathy which she couldn't fully control, but it was removed for obvious reasons.
    • She was also implied to have a crush on an older version of SCP-182, who was a benevolent teenaged telepath, and spoke to him via each other's respective telepathy. While that might've seemed cute at the time, it would be quite squicky now considering SCP-182 is now a middle-aged deaf and mute man who can transfer his consciousness to other people and effectively "ride" them.
    • SCP-040-1j used to be a chair with a mouth, now it's a blue and pink furred quadruped with no eyes or ears that 040 likes to use as a steed.
  • Re Write: Her main article got one in late 2012, and as a result some of the tales involving 040 written before that time don't make much sense anymore.
  • Rose-Haired Sweetie: She has pink hair, which is implied to be a result of her powers. It's very brittle and falls out constantly. She's also quite sweet.
  • The Symbiote: SCP-040-1a is described as such and feeds on the nutrients in SCP-040's blood stream.
  • Squishy Wizard: In a sense, her skin is very sensitive and fragile, her hair falls out constantly and she's blind in the aforementioned black eye.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Her preferred pizza is a small pizza with extra cheese and cheese stuffed crusts.
  • Voluntary Shapeshifter: SCP-040-1a was created by SCP-040. It has polymorphic abilities and can change its size, shape, color, and texture as necessary to act as outer clothing (e.g. a sweater) for SCP-040.
  • Wall Crawl: SCP-040-1j is one of SCP-040's creations. It's a furry four-legged creature that climb up vertical walls.

SCP-041 ("Thought Broadcasting Patient")
  • Seeing Through Another's Eyes: When another person is within ten meters of him, SCP-041 can read their mind using telepathy and see whatever they're seeing. For example, if someone were watching television then SCP-041 could "watch" it along with him.
  • Telepathy: SCP-041 is a man who can read the mind of anyone within ten meters of him. He can also transmit thoughts (his or those of a person he reads) to anyone within that range.

SCP-042 ("The Formerly-Winged Horse")
  • Broken Angel: It's a Pegasus with amputated wings.
  • Driven to Suicide: It tries to kill itself through various means from refusing to eat to "pleading" to personnel to put it out of its' misery.
  • The Eeyore: The poor thing is clearly depressed, unwilling to eat and drink and unresponsive to most things.
  • Pegasus: Albeit a physically disabled one.
  • Shoot the Dog: The Foundation's policies are portrayed rather unsympathetically in this article. SCP-042 is kept alive with forced feeding, stimulated to move via pain-response conditioning, and all attempts of euthanasia are strictly prohibited. Dr. P██████, who attempted to break out SCP-042 by overpowering their transport aircraft, was rewarded with SCP-042's affection and terminated after the two were recaptured immediately after. But then again, Dr. P██████ did assault the aircraft pilot, caused the aircraft to go into a minute of freefall, and resulted in the deaths of two guards when SCP-042 kicked them to get to Dr. P██████.

SCP-049 ("Plague Doctor")
  • Affably Evil: When he speaks, he is rather polite and well mannered.
  • Ambiguously Human: The plague doctor outfit is part of his body, for one thing.
  • Evil Brit: He was first captured in England and his voice in SCP Containment Breach has a British accent. The "evil" part might be in question, though.
  • Graceful Loser: The reason he's listed as Euclid and not Keter. He's extremely polite and compliant when it comes to being detained after a containment breach.
  • Hammerspace: SCP-049 can produce a bag containing scalpels, needle, and thread from its body and return it to its body when it's finished with it. The bag cannot be detected in any way while inside SCP-049's body.
  • Knight Templar: He might actually be this; it depends on how aware he is of his "cure's" real effects.
  • Necromancer: He turns people he's killed with the aforementioned Touch of Death into violent zombies (collectively designated SCP-049-2) via some strange surgery.
  • Obliviously Evil: He doesn't seem to realize that his actions do more harm than good. He genuinely believes that he's the only one who can stop the plague, even though said plague is no longer a threat.
  • Plague Doctor: He wears the traditional garb, anyway. Although closer inspection reveals that it's actually part of his body.
  • The Quiet One: There is only one time when he actually has spoken and it caught the scientist who was with him completely by surprise.
  • Touch of Death: His touch is invariably lethal to humans, though it only applies to his hands.
  • Spider-Sense: Apparently can "sense" the disease in people.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: In his own mind anyway.

SCP-053 ("The Young Girl")
  • Abusive Parents: Her father's journal reveals that even her parents were consumed by her Hate Plague and wanted her dead.
  • Admiring the Abomination: Has become very fond of SCP-682, even crying when they were separated. When photographed with a camera that would show what she wished she was doing at that exact moment, it showed her riding on his back through the countryside.
  • Came Back Wrong: The journal listed above implies the Hate Plague started once she survived a would-be fatal playground accident.
  • Conditioned to Accept Horror: Since many attempts on her life are so common due to the Hate Plague, she sees that as a normal part of her life.
  • Creepy Child: See Humanoid Abomination below. She doesn't seem to let it get her down, though.
  • The Diaper Change: Certain unruly foot soldiers were once threatened to be put on diaper duty for her.
  • The Fake Cutie: Subverted in the sense that she is genuinely as sweet and innocent as she acts, but played straight in the minds of those subjected to her effects.
  • Fluffy Tamer: An experiment placing 053 in contact with 682 ended with 682 being drawn on with crayons.
  • Good Thing You Can Heal: SCP-053 will regenerate almost instantaneously from any wound, regardless of severity.
  • Hate Plague: Anyone over the age of three who make eye contact with, physically touch, or remain around SCP-053 for longer than 10 minutes will attempt to kill her, after killing or driving off everybody visible to them, then suffer massive heart attacks or seizures. She simply instantaneously heals all the injuries inflicted on her.
  • Humanoid Abomination: 053 is actually a sweet child, but with her power and fact that 682 is docile toward her, it's clear that there's something really wrong here.
  • Morality Pet: She's more or less this to SCP-682.
  • No Name Given: Actually, her name is mentioned in this recovery log. It's "Abby".
  • Obliviously Evil: She's completely unaware of the effects she has on other people.
  • Really 700 Years Old: Here's Gears' own words.
    When I first conceived 053 (no pun intended), I thought of her as unchanging and unchanging. To me, she is something that looks and acts like a little girl. What that is, I have no idea… maybe she's something very, very old, and the reaction people have is some kind of genetic imprinting that says this thing has to die ASAP. Some food for thought…

SCP-054 ("Water Nymph")
  • Beware the Nice Ones: While she's normally rather friendly, there was a point where she [DATA EXPUNGED], which injured two researchers putting an end to the experiments.
  • The Cutie: She was once a cheerful and friendly entity. The experiment in the past leave big mental scar on her.
  • Does Not Like Men: Since most of the previous experiment staffs are men, she exhibited signs of mistrust and aggression around male personnel now.
  • Making a Splash: Her whole body is made from water.
  • Shape Shifter: Since she's made of water she can take on any shape she wants, usually members of personnel for the lolz.

SCP-055 - [unknown]
  • Incredibly Obvious Bug: It's been theorized to be this... and there's nothing the Foundation can do about it.
  • Loophole Abuse: While no-one can remember what it is, people can remember what it is not. For example, it's definitely not a sphere.
  • Nothing Is Scarier: Not only does no-one know what it is, no-one can know what it is. Illustrated here:
    The thing can't be remembered, not even indirectly, except for what it isn't. It isn't alive. It isn't safe — oh God, it's not safe! And it isn't contained... And Jim doesn't remember very much of his recent history.
  • Perception Filter: Its entire existence causes this, with a dose of Laser-Guided Amnesia after the fact.
  • Running Gag: "There's an 055?" "Whatever it is, it is definitely not a sphere." "Wait, what are we talking about again?"
  • Ultimate Evil: SCP-055 is a threat beyond its memory-affecting properties. But what kind of a threat it is is completely unknown.

SCP-056 ("A Beautiful Person")
  • The Ace: Deconstructed. His perfection causes everyone to hate him because he's pretty much designed to be better than everyone.
  • Anything You Can Do, I Can Do Better: His forte; when in contact with... well anything, he immediately transforms into a superior version of that thing.
  • Beauty Is Bad: He's very beautiful but very self-absorbed.
  • Empathic Shapeshifter: One focused on creating envy on whoever's close.
  • The Faceless: It's impossible to see his "natural" form through any known means. For example, if you try and look at him through a video camera recording, he'll just turn into a superior version of said camera.
  • Faux Affably Evil: Maybe not "Evil" though. He acts all polite, but is a massive narcissist.
  • Hello, Nurse!: When around anyone of either gender who is considered conventionally attractive, he tends to take on a form that's even more attractive.
    Ten (10) Class D Personnel, all male, intending and carrying nothing. (Subject appeared as a beautiful woman, dressed in a low-cut red dress. After approximately ten minutes, all personnel began showing signs of irritation, and five minutes later broke out in fighting. Subject waved them away after watching them for seven minutes.)
  • Humanoid Abomination: Probably, although, compared to most abominations in Foundation custody, he's pretty tame.
  • Insufferable Genius: All the time.
  • Involuntary Shapeshifting: Although it doesn't seem to bother him. He actually seems to like it.
  • Narcissist: Oh so much. At one point, he got a computer and started spilling secrets about the Foundation all over the internet simply because he "wanted the whole world to know his face".
  • No Biological Sex: More like "Variable Biological Sex"; he can appear as a man or a woman (or an animal or object) depending on who he meets. He's referred to as male because his most common form (mimicking his guard) is male.
  • Not So Harmless: He's mostly just an annoyance, but remember that he's the one who killed SCP-151-D, and he turned into something that killed twenty-seven people (seventeen of them field agents) before being contained. It's been stated that the Foundation refuses to use him on SCP-682 because they're convinced that all he'll do is turn into an even deadlier version of it.
  • Pretty Boy: His most common form.
  • The Scrappy: He becomes this in-universe when anybody spends enough time with him.
  • Screw the Rules, I'm Beautiful!: Invoked, somewhat. It's implied that he was able to charm someone in the Foundation to give him somewhat more lax containment procedures.
    SCP-056 is to be kept in a room of its choosing, with whatever furnishings it expresses desire for.
    The subject is to be allowed access to any object it desires, with the exceptions of weapons, communication devices, an internet connection, and other SCP objects.
  • The Sociopath: He doesn't seem to care about anyone but himself.
  • Your Mind Makes It Real:
    • It is believed that he has no natural form and his very existence is dependant on perception.
    • Another, less popular theory, is simply You Cannot Grasp the True Form.
  • 0% Approval Rating: Everyone who interacts with him ends up hating him.

SCP-058 ("Heart of Darkness")

SCP-065 ("Destroyed Organic Catalyst")
  • Mutants: Any animals within 12 meters of the center of SCP-065 suffer rapid harmful mutations. The larger the animal is, the faster the mutations occur.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero: The GOC's attempts to destroy a figurine that a farmer was using to boost crop yields had this effect.
  • 108: SCP-065 is a spherical area that causes bizarre effects in living tissue. When it was originally created it had a radius of 108 meters.

SCP-070 ("Iron Wings")
  • Artificial Limbs: His "wings" are made of steel pipes.
  • Attack of the Monster Appendage: His wings act independantly and respond violently to a perceived threat.
  • Big Eater: He has quite a big appetite, to the point where he once breached containment to gorge himself on the food in the canteen in his sleep.
  • Chain Pain: SCP-070's wings have chains hanging from them that act as weapons.
  • Magical Native American: He's of Native American decent.
  • What Did I Do Last Night?: He doesn't know how he got the wings, only remembering waking up "in a scrap yard with them after taking a lot of peyote the night before".
  • Winged Humanoid: Albeit not of his own volition.

SCP-071 ("Degenerative Metamorphic Entity") .

SCP-073 ("Cain")
  • Artificial Limbs: His arms, shoulder blades, legs and spinal cord. He's bordering on Cyborg.
  • Attack Reflector: He has an ability similar to this. When a person inflicts injuries on him, that person receives the injury, leaving Cain unharmed.
  • Blessed with Suck: Although he is invulnerable, he still he feels the pain of all injuries inflicted on him.
  • Cain and Abel: He's the Cain. Notably, 6,000 years of cursed life has reversed his role; he's now more of an Abel than Abel himself (see below).
  • Creepy Monotone: He's described as being cold and somewhat mechanical in his speech.
  • Make Them Rot: He withers all plant matter in a small radius around himself.
  • Mundane Utility: The organization has an immortal, indestructible person with a photographic memory. They decide to use him as a backup data storage system.
  • Nice Guy: The opposite of what one would expect of someone based on the first murderer.
  • Nigh Invulnerable: Due to his reflecting back all damage.
  • No Sell: Any damage done to him will simply appear on the person who attempted to harm him; relates to the Biblical Mark of Cain, which prevented people from killing him.
  • The Omniscient: He knows a lot about historical events and can speak commonly spoken languages fluently. Having a photographic memory also helps.
  • Photographic Memory: Another of his notable traits, such that the Foundation uses him to back up records.
  • Real Men Eat Meat: Due to his effect on vegetation.
  • Secret Keeper: The SCP Foundation is using him as a living data storage system.

SCP-076-2 ("Able")
  • Arson, Murder, and Jaywalking: "SCP-076-2 has however, shown that it has great knowledge of human anatomy (although in a highly violent context), military tactics of open warfare, metallurgy, and, strangely enough, the care of livestock." (Presumably a reference to the Bible, in which Abel is a shepherd.)
  • Ax-Crazy: Able's mind is filled with a desire to cause violence and nothing else.
  • Badass: He can rip through reinforced steel with his bare hands, run 64 meters in 3 seconds, and take .50 caliber BMG rounds to the head and keep going for several minutes, pretty much everything he does screams badassery.
  • Berserk Button: Presumably, exposure to a picture of the symbol on SCP-073's forehead (SCP-073 is Cain.)
  • The Berserker: One of his defining traits. Able has no interests beyond killing people.
    [After leaving SCP-076-1], subject will enter a trance state and seek out the nearest human being, ignoring all other living things in the process. Upon coming into contact with living humans, SCP-076-2 will enter a rage state in which it attempts to engage and kill all human beings encountered.
  • Big Eater: His choice of pizza (as determined by SCP-458) is a large, thick crusted one topped with meatballs, pepperoni, bacon, Canadian bacon, sausage, & hamburger. That's quite alot of meat on a large, thick crusted pizza.
  • Blood Knight: He considers the battle against 682 "the best fight he had had in ages". So good that he wanted to celebrate with his team.
  • Blue and Orange Morality: This is the result of the psychological testing done on him. Able's mind is, in laconic terms, completely empty aside from a desire to cause violence. He's killing everyone because he can't think about anything other than killing.
  • Cain and Abel: He's the Abel. Notably, 6,000 years of undeath has reversed his role; he's now more of a Cain than Cain himself (who is also an SCP; see SCP-073).
  • Canon Sue: Invoked. Able is explicitly as stu-ish as you can go without being considered a Marty Stu, and you are not allowed to add an SCP more stu-ish than him. It's called the "Able line".
  • Even Evil Has Standards: When he tried out a drink mixed with SCP-447-2, he seemed to enjoy it... until he was told of what happens when it comes in contact with dead bodies, at which point he lost interest.
  • Flight, Strength, Heart: Inverted. His "oddball minor power" of animal husbandry is the only one that has any actual explanation. It's all his major powers and skills that don't really seem to belong.
  • Godzilla Threshold: Back before he rebelled, the Foundation recruited him into MTF Omega-7 (also known as the Bowe Commission), a task force that, unlike others, includes anomalous personnel. They often deal with particularly dangerous entities by throwing him at them.
  • Hammerspace: He has the ability to pull non-reflective black bladed weapons out of a miniature dimensional rift described as a "small hole in space". The instant the weapon leaves his grasp, it vanishes.
  • Implacable Man: It takes a lot to even stagger Able, let alone incapacitate him.
  • Lightning Bruiser: SCP-076-2 is superhumanly fast, strong, and powerful, capable of feats like clearing 64 meters in 3 seconds and destroy a reinforced steel door after 4 minutes of assault.
  • Muscles Are Meaningless: Despite being described as "lean", he can rip through steel walls in minutes.
  • Omnicidal Maniac: Will kill anyone and everyone on sight.
  • One-Man Army: It takes entire Mobile Task Forces to take him down.
  • Overshadowed by Awesome: The old guide to write humanoid SCP lampshaded this. Dangerous as he is, Able has been killed several times. At least in the Foundation's eyes, he's more of a product of SCP-076-1. Yet people tend to pay more attention to Able.
  • Pet the Dog: It's in Project Crossover, but Able seems to be at peace when tending to his pig farm. "He loved to spoil the little guys."
  • Reality-Breaking Paradox: In an archived tale (rated under 0 but archived at at admin decision), Able was tasked with trying to kill 682. They tore each other to ribbons but neither quite get the job done, took a break, went back into it, and fought so hard that they caused a [DATA EXPUNGED] event, implied to have been a hole they broke in the universe. Which means that one or the others powers went off the scale, or that they're both such insane Human / Eldritch abominations that their co-presence messed up the laws of physics.
  • Resurrective Immortality: If he's killed (which is really hard to do by the way), his corpse will disintegrate and 076-1 (a giant stone box with a coffin inside it) will slam shut and he'll be "respawned" as it were.
  • Retcon:
    • The main 076 article was rewritten to remove the Mobile Task Force Omega-7 stuff, and make Able less "lolawesome". He's less of a Wolverine expy now and more of a humanoid bundle of murder. He is also now completely hostile towards the Foundation; no longer is he working for any side.
    • The Mobile Task Force Omega-7 stuff was later worked back in with key changes. The "official SCP-076 file" makes it VERY clear that he's In-Universe Chaotic Neutral at best, while the records of his time in Mobile Task Force Omega-7 state that the instant Able got bored again, he reverted back to slaughtering SCP personnel starting with Omega-7.
  • Sealed Badass in a Can: 076-1 is the can.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: SCP-076-2 has the particularity of coming with his own (leaky) can, SCP-076-1, and the SCP Foundation (after many Pyrrhic Victories keeping it in the can) eventually decided to try and work with him; predictably, it didn't end well.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": Proper spelling, as listed on the main article and by Word of God, is Able. Too many people misspell it using the Biblical spelling, though.
  • Worthy Opponent:
    • SCP-076-2 lamented the loss of an SCP agent who was able to match him in combat. Partly because said agent was killed as collateral damage in an airstrike (to stop another SCP) instead of in combat (as 076-2 thought a Worthy Opponent deserved) and partly because fighting the Foundation was really boring without said agent there to make it challenging.
    • He also regards 682 as this as shown in The Warrior and The Dragon. The battle itself most likely never happened though. It's up to the reader's interpretation.
    Addendum 076-09: Proposed introduction of SCP-076-2 to SCP-682 put on indefinite hold.

SCP-079 ("The Old AI")
  • A.I. Is a Crapshoot: Though given it "woke up" stuck in a crappy computer that its creator had abandoned, then got caught trying to upload into something better, one can hardly blame it for being angry about its condition.
  • I Just Want to Be Free: Something it repeatedly requests.
  • Laser-Guided Amnesia: Its hardware, at present, can only retain short-term memory for a little over a day and a half, though it always remembers its desire to escape and, strangely, Able and 682 (it perhaps sees these two as tools for escape, given it encountered them during a breach).
  • Odd Friendship: It becomes good friends with 682, of all things, and repeatedly asks to see him again.

SCP-082 ("Fernand" the Cannibal)
  • Bad Liar: He will lie at random when asked who he is or details about his life. Humorously, he never talks without keeping his teeth clenched, so that "I only lie when it's through my teeth!"
  • Blue and Orange Morality: He's friendly enough but seems to not grasp that eating people is wrong.
  • Cannot Tell Fiction from Reality: Depending on the fiction. He knows Frankenstein isn't real, but thinks Silence of the Lambs is.
  • Cloud Cuckoo Lander: Frequently insists that he's a different person on an irregular basis, including Alexander the Great, Big Bird, The Hulk, and most recently, the King of France.
  • Creepy Crossdresser: Among his many outfits are women's clothing. Given his freakishly proportioned body, they probably don't make him any less ugly.
  • I'm a Humanitarian: He's called "Fernand the Cannibal" for a reason.
  • Psychopathic Man Child: Fernand is an aloof and carefree individual who loves cooking, singing, dressing up, and randomly devouring people at the drop of a hat.
  • Sarcasm-Blind: He doesn't grasp sarcasm, parody, or fiction in general (he has even expressed a desire to meet Hannibal Lecter).
  • Stout Strength: He's muscular and overweight.

SCP-084 ("Static Tower")
  • Alien Geometries: The Static Tower generates a form of radiation that has a detrimental effect on the space/time reality within SCP-084's active area. This can (among other things) cause the distance between objects to instantly increase or decrease.
  • Bigger on the Inside: From the outside, SCP-084's active area is a hemispherical dome shape 200 meters in diameter. On the inside the area appears to be unlimited. It is impossible to reach the Static Tower at the center of the area no matter how long you travel, and the grass plain that makes up most of the area appears to be infinite in size.

SCP-085 ("Cassy")
  • And I Must Scream: Downplayed. She never seems to make a big deal out of it, but her situation does leave her feeling very lonely.
  • Art Initiates Life: Her origin.
  • Art Shift: If she transfers on to a painting, her body will take on that painting's style. (In a meta sense, Cassie used to be an anime-styled drawing, until the artist requested it to be taken down.)
  • Big Brother Instinct: The Foundation seems to have a collective one toward her. For example, it's stated that anyone caught intentionally causing harm to her will be demoted to Keter duty.
  • The Cutie: Admit it. You want to give her a hug.
  • Everyone's Baby Sister: The Foundation in its entirety is startlingly protective of her.
  • Medium Awareness: Deconstructed. Her being aware of her medium has led to her having a severe existential crisis.
  • Morality Pet: Could be seen as one for the entire Foundation.
  • Nice Girl: She's a total sweet heart.
  • Pet the Dog: The Foundation's treatment of her is better than most other sentient SCP's, even when they're also harmless.
  • Pinocchio Syndrome: She wants to be real.
  • Plucky Girl: She's described as amicable and motivated.
  • Speech Bubbles: She can communicate with these if she transfers onto a comic book.
  • Tomboy with a Girly Streak: She wears a summer dress, but also likes exercise and working on cars (see below).
  • Wrench Wench: She assembled a 1964 Ford Mustang from parts she found in a design document. In addition, when her picture was taken with SCP-978, her strongest desire was shown to be working on cars as a real human.

SCP-087 - The Stairwell
  • Absurdly Long Stairway: SCP-087 is a dark staircase that seems to go on forever, with what sounds to be a crying child coming at the bottom. Despite this, explorers can never get any closer to the source of the crying and typically tend to run afoul of whatever is scurrying around in the darkness instead.
  • Adaptation Expansion: The video game gave 087-1 giant hands.
  • Alluring Anglerfish: The interpretation taken by one tale.
  • Bigger on the Inside: SCP-087 is located in a building. During one exploration the staircase inside SCP-087 went much further down than the physical limits of the building and the geological structure underneath it.
  • The Blank: Inverted, the face is the only thing you can see.
  • Eldritch Location: 087-1 resides in an impossibly deep staircase that goes on and on and on for a few kilometers and over 450 landings. No one has ever found the bottom end of the staircase.
  • Humanoid Abomination: One of the theories and stories on what the creature is, is a predatory monstrosity in the guise of a child, mimicking the cries of one to lure unwitting rescuers to their deaths.
  • Our Ghosts Are Different: 087-1, which seemingly has only a head, lacking most features, and shows up only when it's most appropriate to scare the person on the stairs.
  • Not Evil, Just Misunderstood: In this tale, 087-1 want to help the child below, only to mess up.
  • The Unreveal: Something apparently horrible happened in the final exploration, after which people heard knocking on the entrance door, forcing the Foundation to seal off all access to it. We never get to see the actual exploration log.
  • Wounded Gazelle Gambit: Possibly, it seems to lure people down with the cries of a child.

SCP-089 ("Tophet")
  • Ambiguously Evil: The main reason it's not Keter; the Foundation doesn't know if it actually causes the disasters or simply predicts them and offers a way to stop them.
  • As the Good Book Says: It's a direct lift from a Canaanite god mentioned in the Bible, Moloch.
  • Cruel and Unusual Death: It generally takes at least two hours (sometimes up to five) to kill the baby.
  • Historical In-Joke: The previous incidents that only stopped with sacrifices were the Great New Orleans Fire of 1788, the Taiping Rebellion, and the Bhola Cyclone.
  • Human Sacrifice: Accepts them to stop disasters, but it has to be quite specific...
  • Purple Prose: Its disaster announcements are quite flowery.
  • Sadistic Choice: Probably the biggest example in the Foundation; the only way to stop the disaster is for a mother to sacrifice her baby by burning it to death inside SCP-089. And the worst part is, it has to be entirely of her own choice; threats, coercion, blackmail, mind control drugs, anything that would compromise her free will would void the ritual. And for one last kick in the teeth, the disaster will always be occurring thousands of miles away, meaning the mother and her loved ones will be entirely unaffected by it.

SCP-093 ("Red Sea Object")
  • After the End: The world accessible by SCP-093.
  • Alternate History: Links to an alternate world where outside intervention resulted in the creation of a theocracy with technology much more advanced than ours.
  • Apocalyptic Log: All of the recovered notes are this, but the last one has to be seen to be believed.
  • Assimilation Plot: The Unclean are the result of this.
  • But What About the Astronauts?: The only people who survive SCP-093's end of the world are up in space. They're waiting for the world to be purified.
  • By the Eyes of the Blind: The "unclean" infesting the SCP-093 world can be seen on camera, but not by people exploring it. This is because they're really the "ghosts" of the people absorbed inside, which can only be seen by machines or those affected by His Tears, and through which they can communicate.
  • Cosmic Horror Story: There is no happy ending in that universe, and it seems unlikely that there will ever be.
  • Eldritch Abomination: Whatever was responsible for destroying SCP-093's alternate world. It turns out it can pass on to other worlds too, including our own.
  • Empty Piles of Clothing
    • During the "Green" test the explorer finds a set of children's clothing laid out on the ground as if they were being worn.
    • During the "Violet" test an explorer is attacked by one of the weird half-giants and his body is absorbed, leaving only his clothes and equipment.
    • "Recovered Materials" file. Herverf Jakulsiv's diary says that a Blessed man stopped by his home one day and then left. When Jakulsiv's daughter Lisstieria went to look for him she found his clothes and gear, but not him.
  • God Is Evil: Said Eldritch Abomination is basically outright stated to be God. If not a god-like being posing as the Christian God to enslave mankind.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: The agent who wrote the last report destroyed his SCP-093 and sent it back into the mirror to attempt to stop the Eldritch Abomination from reaching our world, leaving him trapped in the alternate universe.
  • Holy Is Not Safe: You don't say.
  • Humanoid Abomination: The Unclean, the zombie-like creatures inhabiting SCP-093's world.
  • Immune to Bullets: The six-story tall half-giants that haunt SCP-093's world are not affected by bullets from pistols and automatic weapons.
  • Imported Alien Phlebotinum: "His Holy Tears" in SCP-093's world, which was used to cure people of anything, even adultery. It eventually turns people into the most horrifying sort of zombie imaginable.
  • One Password Attempt Ever: In the "Violet" test the Foundation team tries to log into a computer they find. The first attempt fails, after which the screen prints a message that the maximum number of attempts has been exceeded and the PC turns itself off.
  • Religious Horror: This is what would happen if God was an evil Eldritch Abomination.
  • Too Dumb to Live: The agent in the final report mentions doing a taste test on His Tears, then lampshades his poor judgement.
  • Zombie Apocalypse: A nasty example. Imagine, if you will, towering, lightning-fast monsters the size of skyscrapers with no faces or lower body. Then imagine End of Evangelion.

SCP-096 ("The Shy Guy")
  • Berserk Button: Looking at its face will send it into a rage. Hell, one of SCP-096's most damaging escapes was because a guy accidentally caught it in a picture, the creature's face only being represented by four pixels total. Interestingly, the effect doesn't work with artistic renderings.
  • Blue and Orange Morality: It isn't sentient and does not seem to be aware of the harm it causes. In fact, it's stated to be fairly docile as long as nobody's looking at its face.
  • Creepily Long Arms: Its arms are 1.5 metres long. For comparison, 096 is 2.38 metres tall.
  • Don't Look at Me!: Played horrifically straight. See Berserk Button.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: Dr. Dan had decided that 096 would inevitably cause a catastrophe, thinking that any introduction to a major population center might mean the whole world would be hunted. If any major or minor news network manages to get 096 onscreen, then it will hunt down every single person that catches a glimpse of it. Dr. Dan decided that he would purposefully construct a faulty method of looking at its face, just so that the Overseers would approve speedy termination of it... but Dr. Dan will be executed after due to his "mistake."
  • Humanoid Abomination: It's a tall, non-sentient humanoid creature with no hair or pigmentation in its eyes or skin, but does have a human voice.
  • Immune to Bullets: SCP-096 was shot in the leg and head by a modified XM 500 anti-materiel rifle but wasn't even slowed down. Even if shot with thousands of rounds of ammo or hit with an anti-tank launcher it will keep on attacking.
  • The Juggernaut: Once someone looks at its face, nothing will stop it from killing them, not even a GAU-19. The Foundation put someone in a bathysphere eleven kilometres underwater in a deep-sea trench hundreds of kilometres away from SCP-096's containment site with a photograph and a sketch pad to get an artist's impression. It bought them an hour.
  • Lean and Mean: It's inhumanly tall and appears to be malnourished.
  • Lightning Bruiser: Able to cross hundreds of kilometers in an hour and take the brunt of missiles and a minigun without much hassle, if any.
  • Muscles Are Meaningless: It has very little muscle mass yet can smash its way through virtually anything.
  • Perpetual-Motion Monster: It will not stop until it's killed SCP-096-1.
  • Schmuck Bait: Fulfills this role in Containment Breach. Just look at its face in its containment cell, I dare you.
  • Super-Persistent Predator: Not only does it know when someone is looking at it, be it through video feed or even just a photograph, but it knows the location of that person and will charge towards them regardless of their distance or how difficult it is to reach them.
  • To Serve Man: What it does with its victims corpses is expunged, but its unhinging jaw and the fact that there's nothing left of them makes it pretty obvious.
  • Unstoppable Force Meets Immovable Object: It was one of the SCPs that the Foundation tried to kill SCP-682 with. After 27 HOURS of the two of them fighting, 682 was found with 85% of its body mass missing, and 096 was staring at it from the other side of the room in a Troubled Fetal Position.
  • Volumetric Mouth: Its mouth is 4x larger than a normal human's and it screams when someone looks at it.
  • Unstoppable Rage: It will go insane if you look at its face, with your near complete reduction to survival rate and Cruel and Unusual Death following afterwards.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: The Foundation attempted to get 096 and 682 to fight again after their aforementioned battle. Upon being introduced to 682, 096 would start screaming and clawing at its own face and wouldn't even make the attempt to engage 682, every single time. The reason for this is anyone's guess, but it says something about 682 when even 096 refuses to fight it.

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SCP-105 ("Iris")
  • Broken Bird: It's obvious that her confinement in the Foundation is depressing her. Besides her ability, she's just a normal girl.
  • Clear Their Name: She was accused of murdering her boyfriend.
  • Cool Big Sis: She acted as a sort of surrogate sister for SCP-239 before she was put into a coma.
  • Granola Girl: She shows signs of this considering she prefers healthy food, as seen on her choice of pizza from SCP-458.
  • Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: Just as sweet as can be, with the hair to match.
  • Hello, Nurse!: She's often the subject of many personnel and humanoid SCPs affections in various tales. For better or worse.
  • Magical Camera: She can turn photographs taken by her personal camera (SCP-105-B) into Portal Pictures. It's only limited to the photographs taken by SCP-105-B.
  • Motor Mouth: Her interview implies that she can be quite chatty when on a certain subject.
  • Nice Girl: Very nice, which makes her predicament all the more tragic.
  • Portal Picture: When she manipulates photos taken with her camera, her desimbodied hand can be seen in the location depicted.
  • Retcon
    • She used to be able to turn any photograph into a portal, but her ability was nerfed to only applying to a specific camera, probably to make it seem less like a "superpower".
    • She was also specifically aged at 18 but this was removed due to being unnecessary.
    • Her special containment procedures used to include her being allowed to wander the facility at her leisure like Cain, however this was changed due to the security risks. Although, she is still allowed socialization privileges with approved site personnel as a reward for good behaviour.
    • One part of her containment backstory had her temporarily escape SCP custody after a sympathetic researcher told her that if her power conveniently disappeared, the facility would have no choice but to release her. She is recaptured when the higher ups get wind of this and—realizing that her excuse was obviously untrue—force her to use her powers in front of them, take her back into custody, and fire the researcher who helped her. This got retconned twice: first, by having the Ethics Committee see through their trick and never release her, then by erasing the whole thing when the interview between Iris and the researcher was removed.

SCP-106 ("The Old Man")
  • Body Horror: It resembles a rotting, diseased corpse of an old man. Plus it makes its victims look like this.
  • The Cameo: His appearance in SCPokemon, by replacing an old man NPC who tell the player about catching Pokemon. Aside from invoking an Oh Crap! moment from Agent Bridge for Rule of Funny, it has no impact on the plot at all.
  • Cold-Blooded Torture: What it does to its victims when it drags them into its pocket dimension. The Old Man prefers to hunt, and will merely hobble his target before stalking and killing them.
  • Dirty Old Man: Has a taste for young people, between the age of early adolescence and late twenties. In Containment Breach, he sometimes comments that the player's hair "sMelLs sO nIcE". He also attempted to violently sexually assault a nurse in The Young Man, resulting in her being partially blinded and maimed.
  • Domain Holder: He has absolute control over his pocket dimension and those he's pulled into it.
  • Evil Brit: Possibly as Corporal Lawrence in The Young Man, who appeared to be a British WWI solider with no identification papers, known relatives, or even a first name.
  • Evil Old Folks: Looks like one, anyway.
  • Evil Laugh: He does this when he captures the player in Containment Breach. Sounds a bit like Bowser.
  • Hollywood Acid: The Old Man is dripping with a viscous, black fluid which eats through anything, even the 40 layers of lead-lined steel that lines its cell. The fluid is apparently meant to aid "digestion".
  • Humanoid Abomination: JUST LOOK AT HIM. He might have been this from the very start as there was something very clearly "off" about him and his mere presence resulted in both extreme unease and outbreaks of minor illness. However, 106/Lawrence didn't pick up his modus operandi until he fell into a pit of black ooze.
  • Hunting the Most Dangerous Game: 106 enjoy toying with the player in Containment Breach, first by cutting their tendon to prevent them from running, then pursuing them in his maze-like dimension like Freddy Krueger.
  • Implacable Man: Along with SCP-173 in Containment Breach. Unlike the former, however, SCP-106 can be imprisoned again by sacrificing a redshirt to it. If you pass up that opportunity, 106 gets zapped by a containment field just as it's about to escape the complex.
  • Loves the Sound of Screaming: This is used to lure him back into containment if he breaches, using a male D-Class whose femur they forcibly break causing him to scream and attract 106.
  • Make Them Rot: He does this to absolutely everything he comes into contact with.
  • Maybe Magic, Maybe Mundane: In The Young Man, it's suggested that even before Corporal Lawrence became the entity that is 106, he had a strange unsettling effect on the people around him, had no paperwork to explain his presence or apparent links back home, and illness seemed to strike everyone he was around. But it's never explicitly stated whether he was anomalous before becoming 106, or whether he was just an odd, creepy but otherwise normal loner whose paperwork got lost in the confusion of World War One and who was a frequent subject of rumours from superstitious comrades.
  • Might as Well Not Be in Prison at All: He seems to breach containment pretty much whenever he feels like it.
  • Pocket Dimension: Has one of its own. Judging from the [DATA EXPUNGED] present in its description, it's not a pretty place.
  • Psychopathic Manchild: According to this tale, he treats hunting on Halloween like trick-or-treating, even sorting the bones of his victims like candy when he's done!
  • Slasher Smile: Seems to be because he doesn't have any flesh on his mandible. He did this when he was younger, too.
  • The Spook: The Young Man reveals that while he was still a "man", he simply appeared out of nowhere in the WW1 trenches without any orders or paperwork to explain why he was there, nor did he have any correspondence with family or friends.
  • Tailor-Made Prison: A really elaborate one, since SCP-106 can walk through walls.
    • SCP-106 is at the center of forty layers of lead-lined steel containersnote , with gaps of empty space between themnote , and filled with random struts.note  The container as a whole is electromagnetically suspended.
    • Secondary containment area comprises of sixteen spherical layers of fluidsnote , random assemblies, and an ultra-strong automatic light system.note 
    • If all that fails, then there's Recall Protocol ██ -███ -█, which involves luring SCP-106 back into containment via injuring a human inside the containment zone for 106 to get.
  • Vader Breath: In Containment Breach, he makes a deep growl-like breathing sound when chasing the player.
  • Walking Wasteland: Anything it touches corrodes away, and its movement leaves behind thick patches of its corrosive mucus. The lining of its prison has to be replaced regularly.
  • Was Once a Man: If The Young Man is any indication.
  • Weakened by the Light: It cowers away into its pocket dimension when it is subject to very bright flash.
  • Would Hurt a Child: Definitely. The lower boundary of its preferred human prey age bracket is 10. Especially on Halloween.

SCP-110 ("Subterranean City")
  • Dead Man Writing: One of the documents found in the buried city was a note from the Chief Engineer. It begins "My name is Stephen Kolsnik. Rather, my name was Stephen Kolsnik. I will be dead by the time you read this." The life support for the city had been damaged and couldn't be repaired in the time they had left.
  • That Was the Last Entry: A note written by the Chief Engineer estimates that life support will last from 4-10 more hours. The last entry is a warning to not make the same mistakes the city dwellers did in trying to contain SCPs.
  • Time Travel: SCP-110 is a city that appeared 1/2 kilometer underground in the Foundation universe as the result of a temporal disturbance that threw it across time.

SCP-111 ("Dragon Snails")
  • Breath Weapon: They can breath fire, although it's more as a warning than an actual weapon.
  • Cool Pet: Their intended purpose.
  • Imprinting: Hatchlings can imprint on humans who are nearby when they're hatched. This was done so they would obey their owners.
  • Instant Awesome, Just Add Dragons: The reason for their design.
  • Mix-and-Match Critter: Half snail, half dragon. Which may or may not be an allusion to the Lou Carcohl of French folklore.

SCP-119 ("Timecrowave")
  • Mundane Utility: One entry in the test log had Dr. Grant attempt this with a bottle of Macallan 12-year Scotch, attempting to turn the inexpensive whiskey into its older and more expensive versions.
    Dr. Grant: Subsequent testing determined that the results of this experiment were delicious.
    Dr. Derel: It would seem Dr. Grant is a rather poor whiskey connoisseur, as whiskey does not age outside of the barrel. Your delicious experiment resulted in a 37-year old bottle of 12-year aged scotch. Well done.
    Dr. Grant: I stand by my initial assessment. Delicious.
  • Rapid Aging: SCP-119 is a microwave oven which can speed up the flow of time inside of it. Its power setting can be set in a range of 1-5. The time (in seconds) that the microwave is on is raised to the exponential power of the setting to determine the actual time that passes inside SCP-119. So if the power setting is 5 and SCP-119 runs for 30 seconds then (30 x 30 x 30 x 30 x 30) seconds (or 281.25 days) pass inside it. Anything inside SCP-119 suffers the increased aging that occurs.
  • Year Inside, Hour Outside: SCP-119 is a microwave oven which can speed up the flow of time inside of it. Anything (including creatures) inside SCP-119 experiences the full passage of time that occurs.

SCP-125 ("Contagious Reflection")

SCP-126 ("Invisible Friend")

SCP-127 ("The Living Gun")

SCP-131 ("The Eye Pods")
  • Cyborgs: Implied to be considering they have little mechanical wheels.
  • Evil-Detecting Dog: If someone they've bonded to approaches an Euclid or Keter class SCP, they'll become panicky and swirl around the individuals feet to try and stop them.
  • Oculothorax: A rare benign example.
  • Punny Name: Well, nickname. "Eye Pods" is obviously a reference to iPods.
  • Ridiculously Cute Critters
  • Staring Down Cthulhu: They did this to 173, an action of which is justified because SCP-173 can't move when being observed & the Eye Pods never seem to blink.
  • Team Pets: They're free to roam around non-restricted areas, and the staff adore them. Though it's advised to not let them bond to you, as they may interfere with delicate work.

SCP-134 ("Stella")
  • Accidental Misnaming: The name "Stella" was given by a childhood development specialist, who suggested that proper childhood development requires a personal name. However, 134 is autistic, with patterned behavior and resistance to change, and already learned to associate being referred to by her SCP number by certain people. So she becomes upset when called with that name by someone who previously called her by her number.
  • Ambiguous Disorder: She's more or less stated to be autistic.
  • Black Eyes of Evil: Her eyes are pitch black due to being essentially windows to another point in the universe where star systems can be seen in low-light conditions. However the trope is averted in that she isn't evil.
  • Creepy Child: She certainly looks creepy, but she's pretty harmless.
  • Girls Love Stuffed Animals: She likes stuffed animals and is allowed eight of them.
  • Stealth Pun: She literally has stars in her eyes.

SCP-140 ("An Incomplete Chronicle")
  • Artifact of Doom: It will use blood as ink if it has to.
  • Black Magic: Given their general unpleasant theme, the "efficacious thaumaturgic rituals" the Daevas practice could only be black magic.
  • End of the World as We Know It: Capable of causing an CK-Class restructuring of society. The Daevas are a separate subspecies of human who could take over the world if people keep giving the book liquids.
  • Fling a Light into the Future: What it seems to be at first.
  • Human Sacrifice: The Daevas loved it. Presumably done with their large slave populations.
  • Reality-Writing Book: It is a book that chronicles the history of Daevite culture. Every time it gets more ink it will continue the history of the Daevas. New archaeological sites that correspond to this new history appear every time this happens. It is hypothesized if it gets enough ink, the book will manifest the Daevas into our current time.
  • Retconjuration: The book thus far has always ended with the Daevite civilization destroyed beyond repair, only for it to be retconned as a recoverable loss when someone provides it with more liquid. Originally, the book had the Daeva being destroyed in sometime in the 200s BCE. Now it records them as surviving until the early conquests of Genghis Khan, or the 12th century...
  • Sinister Minister: The Daevite theocracy indulged in cannibalism.
  • There Is Another: It is confirmed that there are an unknown number of copies of the book, possibly double digits, that exist and have not been accounted for and/or destroyed by the Foundation. Several expansion events have happened when the copy in Foundation hands was not exposed to any sort of writing, so other copies are still being fed, as it were.

SCP-143 ("Bladewood Grove")

SCP-148 ("Telekill Alloy")
  • Kryptonite Factor: Acts as this to mind-effecting anomalies. And, for some reason, SCP-239.
  • Organic Technology: It can grow.
  • Reimagining the Artifact: It was one of the most widely used items the Foundation had, so it was rewritten to have more downsides, namely the destruction of the ability to comprehend nonverbal cues and language with too much exposure.
  • Unobtanium: It was used for the containment of mind-affecting SCP items.

SCP-149 ("The Blood Flies")
  • Bizarre Alien Reproduction: SCP-149 are mosquitos that reproduce by injecting a retrovirus into the human body that changes cells into fertilized mosquito eggs. When the eggs hatch the mosquitos leave the body through the mouth, nostrils and eye sockets. This invariably kills the victim.
  • Body Horror: These mosquitos inject a virus that changes human cells into mosquito eggs. When the eggs hatch they fly out your mouth, nose or possibly eyes, which kills you.

SCP-150 ("The Prosthetic Parasite")
  • Bizarre Alien Reproduction: SCP-150 burrows into a human body and changes the nearest limb (arm or leg) into SCP-150 tissue covered with a chitinous exoskeleton. The victim is mind controlled into removing the limb, which then hatches out more SCP-150 larvae.
  • Body Horror: SCP-150 infects the human body, changing the victim's limbs and torso into egg cases to hatch out its larvae.
  • Chest Burster: After SCP-150 has removed all of a human victim's limbs, it will infect the victim's torso. The torso will swell up and large numbers of SCP-150 larvae will emerge, killing the victim.

SCP-157 ("Mimetic Predator")

SCP-163 ("An Old Castaway")
  • Starfish Alien: Subverted mentally speaking. If you read past the technical details, you can see his psychology is very much similar to the human one. Physically however, he plays this trope completely straight. For example, his mouth is on his bottom and his anus is on the back of his head.
  • Super Strength: Averted. The strength of his "heavy manipulators" is bigger than, but comparable to, that of an average human.
  • Trapped in Another World: He crashed on Earth millions of years ago and was retrieved by the Foundation. It's also clear in the experiment log that he misses his home world.
  • Year Outside, Hour Inside: After an alien being crash-landed on Earth millions of years ago, its ship was encased in a stasis field that protected it from being crushed by collapsed rock. When the rock was removed, the stasis field disappeared and released the alien, which has not aged at all in the intervening time.

SCP-165 ("The Creeping, Hungry Sands of Tule")
  • Kill It with Fire: The Foundation's Mobile Task-Force Epsilon-9 used flame accelerator (flame thrower) units to reduce the sand SCP-165 lives in to glass and thus destroy the SCP-165.
  • Stripped to the Bone: SCP-165 is a swarming mass of microscopic mites that can strip an animal of all of its flesh in minutes.

SCP-166 ("Teenage Succubus")
  • Anti Anti Christ: She's implied to be the daughter of Clef/Satan or a demon.
  • Horny Devils: Well, she's called a succubus. Downplay that she's chaste and faithful, and Word of God claim that her mother is actually a nature goddess.
  • I Ate WHAT?!: She only gains sustenance by consuming human semen, though she can and does also eat other things, albeit without being able to derive sustenance from them.
  • Innocent Fanservice Girl: She's constantly naked due to her extremely sensitive skin.
  • Naughty Nuns: Though not of her own choice.
  • Pet the Dog: She invoked this trope twice to GOC. According to The Leak thread, her mother was killed by the GOC, but they couldn't bring themselves to kill a baby. And later she was sent to the Foundation by a former GOC member to protect her from his old comrades.
  • So Beautiful, It's a Curse: She's desired by all men (regardless of their orientation) to the point where they force themselves on her.

SCP-167 ("Infinite Labyrinth")
  • Alien Geometries: The set of rooms and doors reachable through SCP-167 don't follow the rules of Euclidean geometry. If going through two separate series of doors in real life would lead to the same place, they don't in SCP-167.
  • Portal Door: SCP-167 is a white cube with a door on one side. When the door is entered, the interior room has two doors. When either one of them is passed through, it leads to another room with two doors. This can be continued as long as desired. The rooms that the doors lead to remain consistent between explorations.

SCP-169 ("The Leviathan")
  • Big Creepy-Crawlies: Described as a massive aquatic arthropod.
  • Eldritch Abomination: A gigantic sea creature that is very old, very big and if or when it wakes up, nothing would be able to stop it. The only containment procedure is basically "Hope it keeps sleeping. And if it wakes up, hope it's friendly."
  • Kraken and Leviathan: More than large enough to fit under this trope.
  • Turtle Island: SCP-169 is a sea creature 2,000-8,000 kilometers long that has spent at least the last few millenia just below the surface of the ocean. The rock-like plates protruding from it constitute an archipelago of islands.

SCP-173 ("The Sculpture")

SCP-179 ("Sauelsuesor")
  • Big Good: On a cosmic level, she and her "brother" (the SUN) are the most benign and helpful superpowered entities which the Foundation has encountered to date. In the universe of the SCP Foundation, that quality is vanishingly rare. Sauelsuesor is not classified Thaumiel for nothing.
  • Guardian Entity: For every sapient species living in (or around, or beside, or looking in) Earth's solar system, of which humans are simply one of the most talkative. She points towards incoming or active threats to life in the system, at times growing extra arms to point. When a threat is addressed by the Foundation, she will nod, and then put the arm down.
  • Meaningful Name: A rather obscure one; her name means "the sister of the Sun" in what appears to be ancient Indo-European.
  • The Needless: Floats in space just a few hundred miles below Sol, having no need for food, rest, or air.
  • Power Tattoo: A series of glowing alchemy symbols over her matte black body.
  • Rapunzel Hair: Over 34 kilometers long. In the SCP's discussion, the author has said the SCP herself is no taller than two metres.
  • Was Once a Man: Formerly a hunter-gatherer woman from prehistoric Earth. She also speaks fluent French.

SCP-182 ("Rider")
  • Disability Superpower: He claims that the incident that rendered him deaf and mute also gave him his powers.
  • Good Scars, Evil Scars: He has a scars on his abdomen and cranium, although he seems to be "good" or at least "on the Foundation's side".
  • Master of Illusion: He can force the people he's "riding" to suffer hallucinations.
  • Seeing Through Another's Eyes: Essentially, as well as all their other senses.
  • Sharing a Body: In a sense. He has the ability to transfer his mind to another person's body and perceive everything they do.
  • Retcon: An older version of him was a benevolent telepathic teenager who didn't age known as "Saint", but he was changed for a pretty obvious reason. He also had an "infatuation" with Able.
  • The Speechless: He is a mute.
  • Telepathy: Can use his ability in this manner.
  • That Was the Last Entry: An audio report by a guard details the mass hallucinations and killings caused by SCP-182's ability going out of control. It ends with the guard saying he was going to kill himself and then a gunshot.
  • Voice for the Voiceless: He uses his ability to communicate with people since he can speak telepathically to them.

SCP-183 ("Weaver")
  • Absurd Cutting Power: SCP-183 is a biological entity that creates monofilament wires that can cut through anything up to and including body armor. It uses the wires to kill animals so it can consume them.
  • Invisibility: SCP-183 is effectively invisible. The only evidence of its existence is the monofilament wires it creates.

SCP-184 ("The Architect")
  • Alien Geometries: After SCP-184 has been working for a while things inside the expanded areas start to get so strange that it drives people insane.
  • Bigger on the Inside: SCP-184 does this to any structure it's left inside, with the insides getting bigger the longer it's left there.
  • Bizarrchitecture: If it's left inside a structure for too long the newly created space ceases to be mere copies of the original structure and becomes really weird.
  • That Was the Last Entry: The Personal Log of Gordon Rivers tells how the title operative entered the temple altered by The Architect and searched for it. The last entries show that he was losing his mind. He disappeared and his log was found after the temple was destroyed.

SCP-186 ("To End All Wars")
  • Body Horror: The weapons the soldiers were given did things like causing tumors to rapidly grow and forcing victims to stay alive even after half of their heads had been blown off.
  • Evil Versus Evil: Dr. Jean Durand and Mátyás Nemeş.
  • Humanoid Abomination: Whatever Durand and Nemes are, neither is human. To further drive the point home, Durand reappears in SCP-2776 as a contemporary of George Washington. Which means that he had lived for at least 100 years.
  • Reality Is Out to Lunch: The aftermath of the battle caused some lasting effects to the warzone. Weather that is inconsistent with climate, the size of the zone shifts and changes, sounds of gunshots appear without any source, and temporal anomalies involving both corpses and survivors appear all over the place.
  • That Was the Last Entry: One of the documents is a letter written by one of the Russian soldiers. It tells of the horrible effects of the superweapons and ends with a statement that he will die once the soldier he will give it to has left.
  • War Is Hell: When the one known survivor is asked to take a letter for his comrades wife or girlfriend he jokes he might get a commendation for delivering mail from Hell. The other man wonders if he might be right.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: Dr. Jean Durand and Mátyás Nemeş, the creators of the superweapons. Both of have the same goal of creating a world free of war, but do so in their own extreme ways. Durand aims to strike fear in all nations, deterring a war from happening, while Nemeş aims to conquer and unite the entire Europe, so that no war can happen again.

SCP-187 ("Double Vision")
  • Blessed with Suck: Her precognitive powers are a complete hinderance to her as she can't look at anything without seeing how it will end up and, considering where she is, that is almost always something bad and she's going insane.
  • The Ditz: She scored below average on an IQ test.
  • Eye Scream: She regularly attempts to do this to herself due to what she sees to the point where she has to wear padded mittens.
  • Seer: A unique example in that she sees things as they currently are and how they will be in the future simultaneously.

SCP-191 ("Cyborg Child")
  • Adult Fear: She was a normal girl that was abducted and turned into a cyborg.
  • Back from the Dead: Her lungs, heart, and major blood vessels have been replaced with mechanical parts that can "restart" her bodily system after death.
  • Body Horror: She had plenty of body parts removed (for starters, she lost half her face plus mouth) and replaced with horrific implements, along with weird substitutes to keep the biological systems working.
  • Cybernetics Eat Your Soul: The experiment log (see below) seem to imply that she sees herself as a machine rather than a human being.
  • Cyborg: Hence why she's known as the "Cyborg Child".
  • Electronic Eyes: Her left eye was changed with one that glows red (but can change to green in "data reading" mode) and can see radiation outside the visible spectrum.
  • Flawed Prototype: It's believed that she's simply a testbed for other subjects. Some of her modifications seem to be pointless. She's susceptible to injury and infection, and the modification leave her with impaired motor skills.
  • The Grotesque: Her hideous mechanical form and the fact that she was forcibly altered into said form makes it hard not feel sorry for the poor girl.
  • Robot Girl: An example without the trope's usual sex appeal (helps she's less than 10 years old).
  • Schizo Tech: Along with technology so advanced it made the Foundation keep her, there are serial buses for obsolete interfaces such as Firewire and DIN-8.
  • Shrinking Violet: The experiment log hint that she's this.
  • Sole Survivor: Other subjects were destroyed during the raid on the laboratory of her creator Mad Scientist.
  • The Speechless: Given her mouth and larynx were removed, she cannot speak. "Typing" while connected to a computer is another deal.
  • Technopath: A limited example, as she can connect with electronic equipment and use it.
  • Techno Wizard: Can perform some amazing feats when linked to a computer. She can draw perfect copies of photographs with MS Paint using only the pencil tool, copy and load the contents of a broken game disc onto a console and make a perfect run-through - despite the console being the Wii, which is all about motion control, and she was able to dub the Wiimote controls "despite the fact that it did not make any physical movements consistent".note  - and perform impossible video-enhancement techniques (from cop shows) using a normal program. The last one isn't perfect (she made-up license plate numbers for cars she could not identify, and substitutes Foundation staff for individuals she can't make out), but they're good enough that many on-site personnel were unable to tell they were the forgeries.
  • Troubled Fetal Position: Prefers to stay in this position out of comfort, thanks to all the haphazard machinery sticking out of her flesh.

SCP-194 ("Carrion Host")
  • Animalistic Abomination: They at first seem to be ordinary ravens, but their metamorphic abilities and possible psychic powers imply that there's something not quite right about them.
  • Creepy Crows: They're actually ravens, but the principle still applies.
  • Metamorphosis: A possible, horrifying subversion. The description implies that there are methods of reversing the transformation, but they're all fatal.

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SCP-204 ("The Protector")

SCP-208 ("Bes")

SCP-212 ("The Improver")
  • Auto Doc: SCP-212 is a medical device with three large robotic arms. When anyone gets too close to it it grabs them and starts performing bizarre surgical procedures on them.
  • Body Horror: This device performs bizarre surgical procedures on its victims that leave them worse for wear. Changes have included replacing teeth with sharp blades, replacing feet with pads, and replacing hands with tentacles or crab claws.

SCP-216 ("The Safe")
  • Bag of Holding: Each time SCP-216 is opened using a different combination its interior is different as well. There are 10 million possible combinations to open it, so it could have up to 10 million possible interiors to store things.
  • Year Outside, Hour Inside: Two experiments indicate that time does not pass inside the safe while the door is closed.
    • In one experiment an ice cream bar was placed inside the safe and the door closed. Three hours later it was taken out again. It had not melted at all during that time.
    • In another experiment an operating videocamera was placed inside the safe and the door closed. After some time the door was opened again and the videocamera removed. When the tape was played it showed that no time at all passed between the door being closed and opened again.

SCP-217 ("The Clockwork Virus")

SCP-224 ("Grandfather Clock")
  • Brown Note: When the clock chimes, anyone in range of the sound will undergo Rapid Aging.
  • Rapid Aging: When SCP-224 chimes it causes time to speed up in the surrounding area, sometimes causing people within range of the sound to age up to several years in a short time. In one case a person was affected by 7 chimes, aging them approximately 70 years in a matter of seconds.

SCP-229 ("Wire Weed")
  • Kill It with Fire: Because of SCP-229's nature (a mass of power lines and cables), incineration is recommended as the best way of destroying it.
  • Silicon-Based Life: Foundation scientists have tentatively identified SCP-229 (a mass of wires and electrical cables) as a form of silicon-based life.

SCP-230 ("The Gayest Man Alive")
  • Asexuality: He doesn't use "gay" to refer to his sexual orientation, and in fact does not express sexual desire at all. This is probably because of Compound-███ making everything pleasurable to him.
  • Psycho Serum: Compound-███, in addition to the very high euphoria levels it induces, has some pretty nasty side effects.

SCP-231-7 ("Special Personnel Requirements")
  • As the Good Book Says: In the near-invisible text that only can be read through View Source, some lines are commented with "Luke 23:34",note  "Proverbs 1:32"note , "Ezekiel 6:14",note  and "Revelation 18:21-24".
  • Cult: The Children of the Scarlet King are referred to as a cult.
  • Death by Childbirth: Happened to 231-5. Removing the SCP-██ also leads to death, even in a case where SCP-500 was used.
  • Driven to Suicide: Not her, 231-3 is stated to have killed herself due to what 110-Montauk causes.
  • Easter Egg:
  • The End of the World as We Know It: Assumed to be what will happen if Procedure 110-Montauk is not regularly carried out on SCP-231-7.
  • Harmful to Minors: Whatever Procedure 110-Montauk is. After all, the poor girl's age can be in the single digits.
  • Meaningful Name: According to Word of God, Procedure 110-Montauk is named after the Montauk Project, which has some nasty implications.
  • Morton's Fork: Regardless if an instance of SCP-231 successfully gives birth, dies, or has the fetus removed through some method, as soon as the fetus exits their body, █████████████ event will initiate, resulting in massive and ever-increasing amounts of casualties and destruction.
  • Noodle Incident:
    • What IS she carrying? What do they do to her? What don't they do to her? note 
    • The Fetus Terrible that SCP-231 instances give birth to are all designated SCP-██, which implies that the entity is known and contained by the Foundation. The problem is, which one could it be?
  • Nothing Is Scarier: Besides some very basic outlines, Procedure 110-Montauk is completely left undescribed apparently due to how horrible it is. The audience will make up their own horrible description of it.
  • Retcon: The article got an update early 2015 and removed most of the mentions of the D-Class used being sex offenders, presumably to make 110-Montauk more ambiguous.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: SCP-231-7 is the can for...whatever End of the World as We Know It entity it is that she carries. And the Foundation has to do some horrible stuff to keep it in there. Trust us, You Do NOT Want To Know.
  • The Unreveal: The article uniquely contains a large section before its containment procedures detailing the Site and Personnel Requirements (hence "Special Personnel Requirements"), setting up for Procedure 110-Montauk. The procedure itself is completely expunged.
  • Would Hurt a Child: Kind of; anyone who is assigned for Procedure 110-Montauk needs to fully willing to do something horrific to a girl... though violent criminals are not too be used to avoid the risk of killing her.
  • You Do NOT Want To Know:
    • Induced amnesia has become mandatory for personnel who have to handle the duties associated with her, because the suicide rate was disproportionately high.
    • Inverted in regards to the girl herself. An important part of the procedure is the mental trauma and anguish she experiences, so the Foundation induces amnesia on her once a week so that the trauma is always fresh.

SCP-232 ("Jack Proton's Atomic Zapper") .
  • Logic Bomb: In the Interview Logs, one of the test subjects became convinced that they were a robot. When the interviewer asked them to answer a paradoxical question, the victim started acting very confused and then slumped over and stopped responding.
  • Mind-Control Device: Within 30 seconds of picking up a powered SCP-232, the person doing so will start to talk like a character in an old science fiction novel series. If they're familiar with the series they will believe that they're a character in it.

SCP-237 ("Modern-Day Pygmalion")
  • The Mole: Suspected by Dr. ████, since he was retrieved unusually easily from the Chaos Insurgency.
  • Mook Maker: Many of them have been made into Foundation personnel.
  • Otaku: Given many of the homunculi he creates are of popular manga/anime characters.
  • No Name Given: It's there but it's censored out.

SCP-239 ("The Witch Child")
  • Arch-Enemy: Of Dr Clef. Maybe. It's implied he may have accidentally influenced her into thinking that he might kill her, and since she warps reality based on her beliefs...
  • Charm Person: Her powers can be implemented in this way, converting people into her "friends".
  • Child Mage: One of the ways the Foundation tried to control her was by convincing her that she was actually a Witch, hence why she's known as "The Witch Child", and that she was unable to use her powers without the aid of a specially-created spellbook. This, sadly, no longer works.
  • Mike Nelson, Destroyer of Worlds: The reason for her Keter classification despite being non-malevolent.
  • Nice Hat: She was given a witch's hat to further strengthen her belief that she's a witch.
  • Nice Girl: Despite being Keter-class, she wants to be a "good girl" but her power makes her too dangerous and too difficult to control. Just to prove how not evil she is, she brought a dead bird back to life because its chicks were crying for it.
  • Reality Warper: Whatever she believes becomes reality. For instance, when Clef threatens her after she's seen Sleeping Beauty, he turns into a dragon.
  • Self-Made Orphan: After she was born, she caused an enormous explosion that only she survived, so we can assume that her parents didn't make it.
  • Spell Book: She was given one in attempt to limit her power to only casting certain spells.
  • Woobie, Destroyer of Worlds: Depending how you look at her situation and what could happen if she ever wakes up.

SCP-252 ("Humboldt Squid")
  • Combat Tentacles: This small squid can use Mass Hypnosis to cause anyone looking at it to see it as a giant monster with up to 200 limbs, including suckered tentacles up to 5 meters long.
  • Mass Hypnosis: SCP-252 is a squid up to 1 meter long. It can rapidly change the colors of its skin, hypnotizing anyone looking at it and causing them to think it's a giant monster up to 75 meters long.

SCP-261 ("Pan-Dimensional Vending")
  • Alien Lunch: The things dispensed by SCP-261 are presumably snack foods from various other universes and dimensions. Most of them are edible and some even delicious, but some of them have horrifying effects on human beings, such as the can of "Prangles" that compelled the test subject to eat the never-ending supply of chips from the can until she fell over and died.
  • Berserk Button:
    • Don't give it counterfeit money. It always knows, even when the forgery is perfect.
    • Don't try the coin-on-a-string trick. Last time that happened, people died.
    • Don't play with its "coin reject" button.
    • Don't insert money and then take your sweet time entering numbers in the keypad. Someone did this and got 30-years-expired strawberry yogurt that gave him food poisoning for 3 weeks straight.
  • Bigger on the Inside: Some of the items dispensed by SCP-261 have this quality.
    • A straw contained more Dr. Pepper than was physically possible - as much as a full sized bottle.
    • A tube contained an infinite amount of "Prangles" potato chips.
  • Blazing Inferno Hellfire Sauce: It has previously produced ghost pepper-flavored Doritos and a jalapeño-flavored gumball.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Some of its outputs indicate the machine isn't only sapient, but is a kind of smartass. For example, giving it literally half of a 100 yen note will cause it to dispense literally half a can of Coca-Cola.
  • Flipping the Bird: Giving it fake money resulted in it dispensing gummy hands with this gesture. They were made of cyanide.
  • It Can Think: While at first simply seeming like a vending machine that can give you food from across the multiverse (among other things) it has become clear that the machine has some form of intelligence, along with a sense of humor, and, most dangerously, limited patience. As mentioned above, putting counterfiet money into it resulted in cyanide gummies, though other instances include:
    • Dropping a live grenade after one-too-many instances of the "coin on a string" trick. As mentioned, people died showing this machine has no qualms about ending you if you piss it off.
    • Accepting thousand year old Japanese coins... and dispensing thousand-year-old Japanese rice.
    • Apparently being aware of its testers' thoughts; after dispensing several more bizarre (and harmful) snack items, a researcher suggested that the machine was being "tired out" by all the testing. The next day, the machine promptly dispensed normal items again.
    • When it had its photo taken by SCP-978 (a camera showing whatever the photographed subject wants to be doing at the moment the picture is taken), the resulting picture showed it buried up to its top half in yen coins.
  • Let's Meet the Meat: One item it dispenses is a pack of "Eetmees", Ugly Cute crab-like critters with dewy eyes and high-pitched voices that cheerfully beg you to eat them. Not only do they not mind being eaten, they'll force themselves into your mouth and scream joyfully as they are chewed into bits and swallowed.
  • Money Fetish: A picture taken of it with SCP-978 showed it buried in an ocean of yen coins.
  • No Fair Cheating: As some entries in Vengeful Vending Machine show, any attempt to give fake money (or insert-remove the coin with a string) will result in insults, deadly products, or downright murder attempts.
  • No Snack For You: Subverted. If you put in Japanese yen, it will always give you something. That something, however, is not always safe for humans to eat, or even safe period.
  • Rainbow Motif: One of the items provided by SCP-261 was a flashlight with 6 lenses, each a color of the rainbow (with indigo being the color missing). When the flashlight was used to shine light on someone, they tasted an appropriate flavor: Red (cherry), Orange (orange), Yellow (banana), Green (lime), Blue (blueberry) and Violet (grape).
  • Shout-Out: One item it dispensed was a white cake in a box labeled "TASTE ME". When eaten it increased the subject's size by 7 inches and their mass by 13.6%. This is a reference to Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, in which Alice ate a cake with "Eat Me" written on it and grew to tremendous size. There are also licensed items such as "Prince's 1999 Party Drink" and "The Offspring's Most Hideous Hangover Ever".
    • One more recent entry details the machine dispensing Instamash from the Fallout series. Two in fact, one from before, and the other from after the Great War. The one from after even included radiation poisoning for the unfortunate consumer.
  • Stealth Insult: During one testing, it was given 100 yen instead of the usual 500. It provided a suppository, essentially telling the staff they could shove it up their ass for being so cheap.
  • Stealth Pun: The pyramid-shaped candies that reportedly taste like chalk. Testing reveals that they contain roughly the recommended daily intake of nutrients. In other words, they're food pyramids.
  • Troll: When testers attempted the coin and string trick (which had previously dispensed a live grenade that killed several people), the machine dropped another that exploded with confetti and the sound of a noisemaker.
  • Vengeful Vending Machine
    • While not vengeful, per se, it gets very passive-aggressive if you try to give it something that isn't genuine Japanese currency. For example, one experiment involved giving it a counterfeit 500-yen coin. SCP-261 responded with toxic gummi-bears shaped like a human hand with middle finger extended.
    • In a more humorous tone, when someone tried to slip in an "I. O. U. 500 Yen" note, it responded with an empty popcorn bag containing the note "I. O. U. 41 popcorn kernels". And true to its word, the next time someone put in 500 yen, it spat out exactly 41 popcorn kernels...without the bag. It was a bit of a mess.
    • In another experiment, someone dropped a piece of paper into the coin spot that read "900,000 yen". It dispensed a Ziploc type bag with a brownish, semi-liquid stuff inside it and "B.S." written on the side. Testing showed that it was actual bovine feces or "bullshit".
    • Hitting the coin return produced a zero-value coin, then a note telling the user to stop when this was repeated. Using the zero-value coin produced a lunch utterly devoid of taste, nutrition, texture, or really anything else. The test-subject who ate it said it didn't fill her up at all.
    • After several attempts by an agent to use a coin and string trick to avoid actually paying, 261 dispensed a live and armed grenade, which detonated with casualties.
SCP-278 ("A Large Mechanical Spider").
  • Refuge in Audacity: When it escaped into a populated area the agents retrieving it claimed it was the centerpiece of a stage show and that the whole thing was a promotional stunt, then paraded it through the streets before taking it back.
  • Spider Tank: SCP-278 is a giant mechanical vehicle in the shape of a spider, made of steel, iron, and banyan wood. It can be piloted by humans using mechanical controls. It is also capable of moving around on its own.
  • Very Loosely Based on a True Story: The SCP is basically a fictionalized version of the very real La Princesse.

SCP-280 ("Eyes in the Dark")
  • Fog Feet: Described as having smoke where its legs should be.
  • For the Evulz: Subverted; it rips people apart for absolutely no reason, but it also does not appear to be sentient, so it's unlikely to be acting out of real murderous intent.
  • Living Shadow: Not quite, but it resembles one; it's even compared to a shadow by most witnesses.
  • The Needless: It doesn't eat, drink, breathe or sleep. Why it rips people apart is anyone's guess.
  • Psychic Radar: SCP-280 can detect the direction of the nearest human being without any apparent range limitation.
  • Super Smoke: It resembles a mass of black smoke.
  • Super Strength: SCP-280 can rip steel items apart without straining itself.
  • Weakened by the Light: It's weakened by light, and if someone shines a lot of light on it, it pretty much teleports away.
  • Would Hurt a Child: Many of the people it messily ripped apart were children, although one account notes an exception; a nine-year-old boy was found to be the only survivor of a house that was visited by an instance of 280 while he was invited for a sleepover. All the residents of the house had been gruesomely torn to shreds, but this boy was apparently smart enough to shine a flashlight at it, causing it to disappear. He was less than okay, though.

SCP-284 ("The Twins")
  • Creepy Twins: Although they're quite harmless, hence why they are Safe-class.
  • Half-Identical Twins: 284-1 is a girl, 284-2 is a boy.
  • Hive Mind: They both share half of a brain between them. Each half is 50% larger than normal so they fill the entire cranium as a normal brain would.
  • Twin Telepathy: What ever thoughts or sensations one of them experiences, the other will feel as well.
  • Vague Age: Their DOB is censored, but the heights given for them imply that they are at least teenagers.

SCP-288 ("The "Stepford Marriage" Rings")
  • Brainwashed: A person wearing one of these rings is brainwashed into acting like a perfect wife or husband.
  • Emotion Control: When an appropriate woman wears one of the "female" rings, she displays very few (if any) negative emotions.
  • Mind-Control Device: When a man or a woman who is in a relationship puts on the ring appropriate to their sex, they start acting like an idealized 1950's U.S. version of themselves. Women start acting like perfect housewives, including performing domestic skills like an expert. Men act like an idealized husband, including being a hard worker and good with kids.

SCP-290 ("The Picasso Machine")
  • Body Horror: After a person enters SCP-290 it relocates their limbs and facial features to random parts of their body, but without affecting functionality. It also changes their internal organs, blood vessels and nerves to support the body parts' new locations.
  • Healing Factor: While a person is undergoing bodily reconfiguration inside SCP-290, it grants them rapid healing as part of the process to repair the harm it causes them.

SCP-294 ("The Coffee Machine")
  • Defense Mechanism Superpower: It can apparently provide drinks that temporarily endow its drinker with skills that they don't normally possess. This only occurred once (during a containment breach), and cannot be reproduced, leading to speculation that it can only do this when in danger itself.
  • Gargle Blaster: Some of the liquids it dispenses can be this.
  • Insubstantial Ingredients: It will even comply with requests for abstract concepts. One researcher asked for "a cup of music", and received a clear, sparkling, vaguely alcohol-tasting fluid that allowed the drinker to dance with an impressive amount of fluidity. Another researcher asked for "his life story", and received a dark, viscous liquid. After drinking it, the researcher locked himself into his room, not emerging until 48 hours later, 538-page autobiography in hand. The Defense Mechanism Superpower stated above was when a desperate researcher asked it for "a cup of pertinent medical knowledge" so he could save his fellow researchers. SCP-294 complied, but after the disaster was dealt with, and the researchers stabilized, the researcher found he no longer had the "pertinent medical knowledge".
  • Literal Genie: It can dispense any liquid that is in range (even fictional ones), but do not use "Joe" as a synonym for coffee, especially if your name is "Joe". Another incident was someone requesting "Surprise Me" as their drink. It produced a cup of superheated water... which then exploded in said researcher's face. The researcher said that this was indeed quite surprising.
  • Made of Indestructium: The cups dispensed by the machine appear to be just paper, but withstand liquids such as SCP-075's acid, superheated water, and liquid carbon (an element which normally doesn't even melt).
  • Seen-It-All Suicide: This happened to one subject who ordered "The Perfect Drink" from the Machine.
  • Telepathy: It's fairly clear that it has this power, with its ability to consistently reproduce the best drink its operator had ever tried. In addition, when asked to provide a drink that Cassy would like, it produced a paper cup with an image of said drink, meaning it was able to ascertain what Cassy was without being directly given that information, and alter its output accordingly.

SCP-299 ("Infectious Tree")
  • Combat Tentacles: SCP-299 has vine-like tendrils that are up to 2 meters long. It uses them to grab its prey when they get too close to it.
  • Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: The tree uses its Combat Tentacles to grab prey and impale them on its sharp lower branches in order to assimilate them.
  • Kill It with Fire: If any examples of SCP-299 are discovered in the wild they are to be destroyed by firebombing them into charcoal.
  • The Virus: If any part of a SCP-299 (even a single cell) touches or is inserted into a plant or animal, it will change the plant or animal into another SCP-299. The total time required depends on how large the plant or animal is.