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* SelfFulfillingProphecy: SCP-4006 makes people believe that the uninhabited area known as Massachusetts is a fully-functional American state. Thanks to Foundation activities and study of the area, [[spoiler: so many sites, fake cities, roads, and other locations were established that regular people stared moving in. With the implementation of Project-4006-109, Massachusetts effectively became a real state.]]

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* PerceptionFilter: One of the effects of SCP-4006 leads people to believe they're visiting cities in Massachusetts like Boston and Springfield, complete with knowledge and awareness of their supposed landmarks, when they're actually in cities in surrounding states like New York or Pennsylvania. Any attempt to question people about these non-existent cities will always lead to them meeting other people affected by SCP-4006 who think they're in the same place.
* SelfFulfillingProphecy: SCP-4006 makes people believe that the uninhabited area known as Massachusetts is a fully-functional American state. Thanks to Foundation activities and study of the area, [[spoiler: so many sites, fake cities, airports, roads, businesses, and other locations were established that regular people stared moving in. With the implementation of Project-4006-109, Massachusetts effectively became a real state.]]



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* MaybeMagicMaybeMundane: [[spoiler: SCP-4006 might be a real phenomena that's helped keep TheMasquerade going, or it might not exist and the Foundation has just been ridiculously lucky in their mission.]]
* SelfFulfillingProphecy: SCP-4006 makes people believe that the uninhabited area known as Massachusetts is a fully-functional American state. Thanks to Foundation activities and study of the area, [[spoiler: so many sites, fake cities, roads, and other locations were established that regular people stared moving in. With the implementation of Project-4006-109, Massachusetts effectively became a real state.]]

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** One of the images is identified as the Destroyer, but the number suggests it's actually [[http://scp-wiki.wikidot.com/scp-1050 SCP-1050]], an unrelated apocolyptic threat also called the Destroyers. The image also looks suspiciously like a [[Franchise/MassEffect Reaper]], which the 1050 Destroyers have several references to.


* ColorCodedForYourConvenience: Descriptions of features inside '''the enigmatic woods''' are color-coded in the article to make it clear what is being addressed. There's a colorblind-friendly version [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/taboo/offset/2 here]].



* NiceJobBreakingItHero: The article heavily implies that the increasing number of dangerous SCP items and anomalies is because of [[spoiler: the Foundation's genocide against the faeries, which apparently removed what amounted to a keystone species within the anomalous "ecosystem."]]
* PaintingTheMedium: Multiple characters, physical features, and even the ''SCP article itself'' are all referred to in artistic-sounding alternatives, and the appropriate phrases are colored to represent when they're referring to the same entity[[note]]In-universe, the use of creative language is permitted to avoid nomenclative consistency[[/note]].



* ArcWords[=/=]TitleDrop: Here, we ''finally'' get an explanation for the oft-repeated phrase, "Does the black moon howl?" It's a reference to a deal made in ancient history that essentially forced the vast majority of the anomalous outside of reality.



[[AC: [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-4003 SCP-4003]] - On Cowboys, Catholicism, and the Cretaceous]]
* DownerEnding: Most of the inhabitants of Temperance are killed by the dinosaurs, and the last entry heavily implies that the "light of God" that Sheriff Tweed mentioned seeing was actually the asteroid that wiped out the dinosaurs.



* StrawAtheist / StrawNihilist: Dr. Martha Hardcastle for most of the story.
* TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt: Comes to pass by the end of the story, albeit with a more hopeful bend than most.

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* StrawAtheist / StrawNihilist: Dr. Martha Hardcastle for most %%* TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt: Comes to pass by the end of the story.story, albeit with a more hopeful bend than most.
* TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt: Comes to pass by the end of the story, albeit with a more hopeful bend than most.



* BrokenMasquerade: What might ([[AmbiguousSituation or might not]]) happen if SCP-4006 were to ever stop working completely.

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* %%* BrokenMasquerade: What might ([[AmbiguousSituation or might not]]) happen if SCP-4006 were to ever stop working completely.



[[AC: [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-4010 SCP-4010]] - Attempt to look at what we accomplished]]



[[AC: [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-4024 SCP-4024]] - Puddle in the Gobi Desert]]




* BlatantLies: [[spoiler:It's heavily hinted that the "undetectable assailants" story in the final iteration is bogus; the author hints that the culprits are, in fact, Sancho and Alonso/Menard, who also happen to be the two "researchers" on site, and that the Foundation just doesn't care to stop them.]]



* EarnYourHappyEnding: Overrides the DownerEnding of ''Literature/DonQuixote'' by giving the titular character a happy one.



* IgnoredExpert: Dr. Menard was completely opposed to the idea of sending Fred after SCP-4028 in his work of origin, citing "Better to let sleeping dogs lie." They didn't listen, they sent him in, and all hell broke loose across Western literature.
* LetsGetDangerous: When asked how Don Quixote responded to Fred's account of the Foundation, Fred responds that "He said you sound like giants."
* TheStinger: [[spoiler:''"¡Non fuyades, cobardes y viles criaturas, esos dos caballeros son los que te van a atacar!"[[labelnote:translation]]"Do not flee, cowardly and vile creatures, two knights charge at you!"[[/labelnote]]'']]

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* IgnoredExpert: Dr. Menard was completely opposed to the idea of sending Fred after SCP-4028 in his work of origin, citing "Better to let sleeping dogs lie." They didn't listen, they sent him in, and all hell broke loose across Western literature.
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%%* LetsGetDangerous: When asked how Don Quixote responded to Fred's account of the Foundation, Fred responds that "He said you sound like giants."
* TheStinger: [[spoiler:''"¡Non fuyades, cobardes y viles criaturas, esos dos caballeros son los que te van a atacar!"[[labelnote:translation]]"Do not flee, cowardly and vile creatures, two knights charge at you!"[[/labelnote]]'']]
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[[AC: [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-4040 SCP-4040]] - At The Bottom Of A Bottomless Pit]]


[[AC: [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-4051 SCP-4051]] - Your Friendly Neighborhood Keter]]


[[AC: [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-4056 SCP-4056]] - The Department of Preservation]]


[[AC: [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-4057 SCP-4057]] - Save Her]]


[[AC: [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-4061 SCP-4061]] - Unphotographable]]


[[AC: [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-4062 SCP-4062]] - Soggy Doggy]]




* DoubleMeaningTitle: The title on the mainlist is both a CallBack to SCP-3001 (whose mainlist title was "Red Reality") and a reference to the Scranton Reality Anchors, which are the anomaly in question.




[[AC: [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-4099 SCP-4099]] - We Die in The Dark]]



* AfterTheEnd: The SCP article is set several millennia after an EldritchAbomination called "The Destroyer" forced most of humanity off Earth via containment breaches, and the planet itself is now just an abandoned wasteland.
* AmbiguousSituation: Because of the Protectorate's lack of knowledge about Earth (specifically, that [[spoiler:humanity was responsible for founding the Protectorate in the first place]]), it's unclear how much of their speculation regarding the nature of SCP items such as 173 is accurate.



* DistantFinale: To the rest of the Foundation's archive, given that it takes place several millennia after humanity abandoned the Earth.



* EarthThatWas: Earth is now a merciless wasteland home only to hostile [=SCPs=] and [[FlingALightIntoTheFuture countless pictograms intended for future generations]].



* IronicEcho: Some popular {{Arc Words}} throughout the Foundation are "We die in the darkness so you can live in the light." Here, part of humanity's {{Badass Boast}} to the Destroyer upon their return has them saying "We don't die in the darkness anymore. We've ''won.'' We're living in stellar light."
* PreMortemOneLiner: [[spoiler: "Our planet has [=FTL.=] And I don't mean our ships."]]



* SpiritualSuccessor: To the now-deleted Tale [[https://web.archive.org/web/20171222074856/http://www.scp-wiki.net:80/5700-years-later "5700 Years Later,"]] which also dealt with humanity fleeing an abandoned Earth due to rampaging [=SCPs=] and managing to [[spoiler:[[DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu take out a hostile god-like entity in the process]]]].
* SurprisinglyHappyEnding: For the Foundation's setting as a whole, as humanity is safely evacuated off Earth and the Destroyer [[spoiler:gets a goddamn ''planet to the face'' for its troubles.]]
* UnconventionalFormatting: Large sections of the document are only ''vaguely'' reminiscent of a standard SCP article format, and the rest is largely made up of various pictograms displaying several different [=SCPs=].
* WhamLine: [[spoiler:The casual mention of [[NotSoExtinct extant]] humans in the Protectorate is the sudden reveal of the EarnYourHappyEnding factor.]]

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* SpiritualSuccessor: To the now-deleted Tale [[https://web.archive.org/web/20171222074856/http://www.scp-wiki.net:80/5700-years-later "5700 Years Later,"]] which also dealt with humanity fleeing an abandoned Earth due to rampaging [=SCPs=] and managing to [[spoiler:[[DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu take out a hostile god-like entity in the process]]]].
* SurprisinglyHappyEnding: For the Foundation's setting as a whole, as humanity is safely evacuated off Earth and the Destroyer [[spoiler:gets a goddamn ''planet to the face'' for its troubles.]]
* UnconventionalFormatting: Large sections of the document are only ''vaguely'' reminiscent of a standard SCP article format, and the rest is largely made up of various pictograms displaying several different [=SCPs=].
* WhamLine: [[spoiler:The casual mention of [[NotSoExtinct extant]] humans in the Protectorate is the sudden reveal of the EarnYourHappyEnding factor.]]





[[AC: [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-4132 SCP-4132]] - Retrochronal Observation Tank]]


[[AC: [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-4149 SCP-4149]] - Professor Xorkanoff’s Gallery of the Bizz-art]]


[[AC: [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-4190 SCP-4190]] - A Twenty Thousand League Delay]]


[[AC: [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-4193 SCP-4193]] - migraine medicine e by dado]]



* AMillionIsAStatistic: Lampshaded InUniverse - The Foundation admits that despite the Ichabod Campaign having been the Coalition's literal [[spoiler: '''FinalSolution''' towards [[RealityWarper Type Greens]], the simple fact that it both wasn't feasible to contain ''all'' Type Greens (since they're apparently far more common than first thought) and the Coalition was killing literal ''thousands'' of them a year motivated the Foundation not to act]].



* ArcWelding: This SCP ties the Cornwall Incident and many other Scarlet King-related [=SCPs=] together into Dr. Clef's backstory.
* AssholeVictim: Lilly herself.
* AndNowForSomethingCompletelyDifferent: The actual SCP article makes up only a ''tiny'' fraction of the page, with the rest being a series of Tales and articles from the [=G.O.C.=] related to the Scarlet King and Cornwall Incident. Heck, there's even a brief chapter from the perspective of a ''horse'' in North Access struggling to get away with its owner from the boiling floods.
* BoxedCrook: The Foundation eventually deems Francis/Clef mentally "stable" enough to be kept under limited supervision, albeit to the extent where Clef only needs to attend psychological testing each year and can act as an employee of the Foundation.

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* ArcWelding: This SCP ties the Cornwall Incident and many other Scarlet King-related [=SCPs=] together into Dr. Clef's backstory.
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%%* AssholeVictim: Lilly herself.
* AndNowForSomethingCompletelyDifferent: The actual SCP article makes up only a ''tiny'' fraction of the page, with the rest being a series of Tales and articles from the [=G.O.C.=] related to the Scarlet King and Cornwall Incident. Heck, there's even a brief chapter from the perspective of a ''horse'' in North Access struggling to get away with its owner from the boiling floods.
* BoxedCrook: The Foundation eventually deems Francis/Clef mentally "stable" enough to be kept under limited supervision, albeit to the extent where Clef only needs to attend psychological testing each year and can act as an employee of the Foundation.
herself.



* TheCameo: An [[AlternateUniverse alternate version]] of [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-3001 Dr. Robert Scranton]] is briefly shown helping organize research into the unstable reality around SCP-4231, as he's hoping to use the area as a testing ground for his [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-2000 Scranton Reality Anchors]].
* CerebusRetcon: Dr. Clef's [[AxCrazy nigh-sociopathy]] and [[CloudCuckoolander quirkier characteristics]] are revealed to be coping mechanisms he developed after getting out of a ''horrifically'' abusive relationship.



* EveryoneHasStandards:
** The [=O5=] Council and Ethics Committee were both pretty pissed off at the Foundation's on-site personnel for being [[NoSympathy utterly callous towards Francis/Clef's trauma]] (though admittedly the former's anger was more due to the personnel's actions inciting Francis to use his [[RealityWarper Reality Warping]] to ''force'' the Foundation to follow his requests, [[PragmaticVillainy and which could've potentially risked a containment breach]]).
** After the Cornwall Incident [[EpicFail spectacularly failed]] and only led to countless innocent deaths, the then-[=G.O.C.=] Quartermaster [[ReasonableAuthorityFigure "Coda"]] forced the end/curtailing of the [[FinalSolution "Ichabod Extermination Campaign"]] (which [[NiceJobBreakingItHero was partly to blame for the Cornwall Incident in the first place]]).



* TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture: The articles takes place around November 2020-May 2021.



* FlatWhat: Agent Howard's reaction when SCP-4950 quotes ''Fortnite'' as it's being exorcised.


** And as noted in regards to the ArcWelding, this may have been their own fate at the hands of [[spoiler: SCP-1000 if SCP-2932 is any indication.]]



** Note that this is a slight variant: [[spoiler:as the final note suggests in its reference to "Dr. Japers" having fur, '''the being whose head resembles that of a small mammal''' doesn't actually steal Japers' body or even change its own appearance; the anomalous effect simply makes people ''believe'' it is now Dr. Japers, while becoming incapable of recognizing '''the entity which used to bear that moniker'''.]]



** Additionally, the alterations made to Foundation explorers while within '''that burrow betwixt the bricks''' changes their original names [[spoiler:and identities]], which results in some characters having names like "Desk Desk."



* CallBack: Several of the pictograms broadcast from SCP-4100 are of other [=SCPs=] - Specifically, of [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-173 SCP-173]], [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-882 SCP-882]], and [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-914 SCP-914]].

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* CallBack: CallBack:
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Several of the pictograms broadcast from SCP-4100 are of other [=SCPs=] - Specifically, of [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-173 SCP-173]], [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-882 SCP-882]], and [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-914 SCP-914]].



** Upon closer inspection, the trope may actually be zig-zagged: given the LooseCanon nature of the Foundation, it's possible that 173 really ''is'' a prototype alien drone for the purposes of this "canon". Alternately, given that [[spoiler:the Protectorate is essentially the Foundation in the distant future]], it's also possible that the aforementioned drones [[spoiler:were actually [[MetaphoricallyTrue based off 173]], and not the other way around]].



* CallBack: The main anomaly of the Montauk House is an example of "traumatic imprinting," where the emotional distress of a [[RealityWarper Type Green]] is imprinted on the surrounding environment and [[GroundhogDayLoop repeats forever and ever]]. This idea was first introduced in the [=G.O.C.=]-related Tale [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/goc-tale-sequence-trauma "Trauma."]]

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* CallBack: CallBack:
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The main anomaly of the Montauk House is an example of "traumatic imprinting," where the emotional distress of a [[RealityWarper Type Green]] is imprinted on the surrounding environment and [[GroundhogDayLoop repeats forever and ever]]. This idea was first introduced in the [=G.O.C.=]-related Tale [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/goc-tale-sequence-trauma "Trauma."]]



* MeaningfulName: A variant, with the [=SCP's=] numerical designation being as close as one can get to both SCP-231 and SCP-2317, which it is heavily related to as a part of the Scarlet King mythos.

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* MeaningfulName: MeaningfulName:
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A variant, with the [=SCP's=] numerical designation being as close as one can get to both SCP-231 and SCP-2317, which it is heavily related to as a part of the Scarlet King mythos.



*** However, because [[spoiler:Francis was the one first abused by Lilly, it's heavily implied that ''he's'' the real SCP-231-1 because he was the first '''victim''' of Lilly/the Scarlet King's misery. If true, this means that there's actually '''''two''''' SCP-231 instances left - SCP-231-7 and Francis/Clef.]]



** As noted above, part of the ritual to summon the Archon Lord required shouting "Blood for the Blood God!", which is a reference to the Chaos God of war from ''TabletopGame/Warhammer40000.''



* BeenThereShapedHistory: Parodied, with the Foundation having literally created ''hentai'' based on Kedesh-Nanaya so as to keep her active as a valuable Foundation asset.

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* BeenThereShapedHistory: BeenThereShapedHistory:
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Parodied, with the Foundation having literally created ''hentai'' based on Kedesh-Nanaya so as to keep her active as a valuable Foundation asset.



* CallForward: Abernathy's letters heavily imply that the proto-Foundation discovered either [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-610 SCP-610]] or [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-3930 SCP-3930]] far earlier than what was recorded in the modern Foundation's database.

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* CallForward: CallForward:
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Abernathy's letters heavily imply that the proto-Foundation discovered either [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-610 SCP-610]] or [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-3930 SCP-3930]] far earlier than what was recorded in the modern Foundation's database.



* ShoutOut: The second part of the title is obviously a reference to ''Film/DrStrangelove''.

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* ShoutOut: ShoutOut:
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The second part of the title is obviously a reference to ''Film/DrStrangelove''.


* CreepyCoolCrosses: Earths that are deemed dangerous by 4730 are stripped of their natural resources by countless cross-like mining devices.

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* ApocalypseHow: An SCP-4730-3 instance admits that they are more than willing to trigger these on Earths that sufficiently resist them. Either by releasing the anomalies that Earth contains or introducing anomalies from other Earths into it.
* CreepyCoolCrosses: Earths that are deemed dangerous contained by 4730 are stripped of their natural resources by countless cross-like mining devices.


* 20MinutesIntoTheFuture: The articles takes place around November 2020-May 2021.

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* 20MinutesIntoTheFuture: TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture: The articles takes place around November 2020-May 2021.

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[[AC: '''[[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-4730 SCP-4730]] - Earth, Crucified''']]
* 20MinutesIntoTheFuture: The articles takes place around November 2020-May 2021.
* ApocalypseCult: Apparently one exists out of prisoners SCP-4730 takes from other worlds. SCP-4730 allows them to exist due to the iconography the cult creates being somehow important.
* CreepyCoolCrosses: Earths that are deemed dangerous by 4730 are stripped of their natural resources by countless cross-like mining devices.
* DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu: An 4730-3 instance claims that they have mastered containing god-like entities by dumping them into blank regions of space called "Nowhere".
* HeWhoFightsMonsters: Despite referring to itself as The Greater Foundation, 4730 is considered an extremely dangerous hostile SCP by the Foundation. Likewise 4730 regards the worlds it finds with anomalies to be in need of containment too.
* PlanetLooters: When 4730 finds an Earth with sufficiently dangerous anomalies it sets up cross-like mining devices across the planet, essentially stripping the planet bare.
* WellIntentionedExtremist: 4730 claims it has the same goals as the Foundation, but expanded towards the multiverse and takes it to a gratuitous conclusion. The multitude of dead worlds and regions of space rendered blank in its wake make the Foundation conclude it is more NotSoWellIntentionedExtremist.


* AstralProjection: It can project an image of itself at range only visible to its designated victim, which is still capable of attacking and eating it.

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* AstralProjection: It can project an image of itself at range only visible to its designated victim, which is still capable of attacking and eating it. As such the Foundation is considering an upgrade to Keter.


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* IronicNurseryTune: It's said to be the inspiration of numerous German nursery rhymes, one of which is provided as an addendum. The provided example was made up by the author, but they ended up finding an ''actual'' nursery rhyme that was eerily similar...


* AbnormalLimbRotationRange: Its cervical vertebrae are not interconnected, allowing it to continuously rotate them one at a time to produce its trademark clicking sound.



* TheCrocIsTicking: Played with--it's a bird, not a crocodile and it naturally produces the ticking noise as opposed to having swallowed a clock to do so.
* HellIsThatNoise: Invoked; it produces a ticking noise like a clock to unnerve its prey as it hunts them.

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* AstralProjection: It can project an image of itself at range only visible to its designated victim, which is still capable of attacking and eating it.
* TheCrocIsTicking: Played with--it's a bird, not a crocodile and it naturally produces the ticking noise as opposed to having swallowed a clock to do so.
* HellIsThatNoise: Invoked;
While stalking prey, it produces a continuous ticking noise sound very much like a clock to unnerve using the vertebrae in its prey as it hunts them.neck. It stops when preparing to attack.


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* HellIsThatNoise: Invoked; it produces a ticking noise like a clock to unnerve its prey as it hunts them.
* LeanAndMean: A tall, lanky, man-eating monster.


* LogicalWeakness: [[spoiler: The Child is not TheNeadless and will starve to death if it goes too long without food.]]

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* LogicalWeakness: [[spoiler: The Child is not TheNeadless TheNeedless and will starve to death if it goes too long without food.]]


* HowTheMightyHaveFallen: [[spoiler:By the third iteration, SCP-4338 is hardly even able to move, much less threaten people, in stark contrast with the nigh-unstoppable Keter it was in the first version. It went from destroying civilizations and terrorizing the natives to begging for junk food from its captors and being considered for use as an industrial waste dump.]]

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* HowTheMightyHaveFallen: [[spoiler:By the third iteration, SCP-4338 is hardly even able to move, much less threaten people, in stark contrast with the nigh-unstoppable Keter it was in the first version. It went from destroying civilizations and terrorizing the natives to begging the Foundation for junk food from its captors and being considered for use as an industrial waste dump.]]


* HowTheMightyHaveFallen: [[spoiler:By the third iteration, SCP-4338 is hardly even able to move, much less threaten people, in stark contrast with the nigh-unstoppable Keter it was in the first version. It went from destroying civilizations to begging for junk food from its captors and being considered for use as a dump for food waste.]]

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* HowTheMightyHaveFallen: [[spoiler:By the third iteration, SCP-4338 is hardly even able to move, much less threaten people, in stark contrast with the nigh-unstoppable Keter it was in the first version. It went from destroying civilizations and terrorizing the natives to begging for junk food from its captors and being considered for use as a dump for food waste.an industrial waste dump.]]


* HairTriggerTemper: It does not take kindly to people refusing to submit to its demands. Even if they do give it the appropriate offerings to keep it sedate, it might reject them and go on a rampage anyway. [[spoiler:Then it developed a taste for junk food.]]

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* HairTriggerTemper: It does not take kindly to people refusing to submit to its demands. Even if they do give it the appropriate offerings to keep it sedate, it might reject them and go on a rampage anyway. [[spoiler:Then [[spoiler:As it developed a taste for turns out, junk food.]]food can even turn all-powerful volcano gods into lazy couch potatoes]]


* HairTriggerTemper: It does not take kindly to people refusing to submit to its demands. Even if they do give it the appropriate offerings to keep it sedate, it might reject them and go on a rampage anyway.

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* HairTriggerTemper: It does not take kindly to people refusing to submit to its demands. Even if they do give it the appropriate offerings to keep it sedate, it might reject them and go on a rampage anyway. [[spoiler:Then it developed a taste for junk food.]]



* HowTheMightyHaveFallen: [[spoiler:By the third iteration, SCP-4338 is hardly even able to move, much less threaten people, in stark contrast with the nigh-unstoppable Keter it was in the first version.]]

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* HowTheMightyHaveFallen: [[spoiler:By the third iteration, SCP-4338 is hardly even able to move, much less threaten people, in stark contrast with the nigh-unstoppable Keter it was in the first version. It went from destroying civilizations to begging for junk food from its captors and being considered for use as a dump for food waste.]]

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