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* '''Class 2''': Treasures capable of affecting planets and the areas around it, at most an entire galaxy, such as through the destruction of a planet or terraforming a planet into metal or waste material. Galaxy-wise, this can also abound from the complete freezing of a galaxy in time or [[Recap/DoctorWho50thASTheDayOfTheDoctor transferring it into a pocket universe]]. Basically, the effects can range from planetary to stellar to galactic-scale. Expect treasures from this point to be considered extremely powerful, if not the most powerful, objects in their home universe. Since they are able to be used to wish for resurrection, immortality or the complete destruction of a planet though with limitations on the part of the wishing dragon, the Earth and Namekian Dragon Balls are considered Class 2 objects, [[spoiler:though the Super Dragon Balls constitute Class 0 objects]].

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* '''Class 2''': Treasures capable of affecting planets and the areas around it, at most an entire galaxy, such as through the destruction of a planet or terraforming a planet into metal or waste material. Galaxy-wise, this can also abound from the complete freezing of a galaxy in time or [[Recap/DoctorWho50thASTheDayOfTheDoctor transferring it into a pocket universe]]. Basically, the effects can range from planetary to stellar to galactic-scale. Expect treasures from this point to be considered extremely powerful, if not the most powerful, objects in their home universe. Since they are able to be used to wish for resurrection, immortality or the complete destruction of a planet though with limitations on the part of the wishing dragon, the Earth and Namekian Dragon Balls are considered Class 2 objects, [[spoiler:though though the Super Dragon Balls constitute Class 0 objects]].
objects.


* '''Class 4''': Capable of causing a localized group of people or an entire settlement to be heavily affected, effects (positive or negative) can spread further if left unchecked, bearing the risk of becoming a Class 3 threat. Has possible mild [[RealityWarper reality-warping]] effects. The Death Note can be counted as a Class 4 for being able to remotely kill people via writing their names, as can the Crimson Behelit for transporting the entirely of Guts and company to the site of the Eclipse for sacrifice. Power-boosting objects such as Aghanim's Scepter are considered Class 4 as well.

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* '''Class 4''': Capable of causing a localized group of people or an entire settlement to be heavily affected, effects (positive or negative) can spread further if left unchecked, bearing the risk of becoming a Class 3 threat. Has possible mild [[RealityWarper reality-warping]] effects. The Death Note can be counted as a Class 4 for being able to remotely kill people via writing their names, as can the Crimson Behelit for transporting the entirely entirety of Guts and company to the site of the Eclipse for sacrifice. Power-boosting objects such as Aghanim's Scepter are considered Class 4 as well.


* '''Class 5''': Capable of affecting an individual in some form or another, such as through giving them superhuman abilities, inducing memory loss, or killing them. Any corrosive type of weapon, trinket or strong material such as Vibranium is given this designation. Any normal Behelit[[note]]it transforms the human using it into a demon known as an Apostle[[/note]] is considered a Class 5 object

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* '''Class 5''': Capable of affecting an individual in some form or another, such as through giving them superhuman abilities, inducing memory loss, or killing them. Any corrosive type of weapon, trinket or strong material such as Vibranium is given this designation. Any normal Behelit[[note]]it transforms the human using it into a demon known as an Apostle[[/note]] [[BodyHorror Apostle]][[/note]] is considered a Class 5 object
object.


* '''Class 6''': No known notable effects directly caused by it, in the Treasury for symbolic importance or other reasons, safe for use.

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* '''Class 6''': No known notable effects directly caused by it, in the Treasury for symbolic importance or other reasons, safe for use.
use. Any Treasure that is otherwise an ordinary object that can technically be found in the real world such as ''The Art of War'' is considered a Class 6 despite the lessons it imparts that can lead to real damage from warfare.


* '''Class 3''': Can affect society on a large-scale, cause complete structural and societal collapse of a species or mass environmental effects. This can range from destroying a city (Godzilla-levels of damage) to the mass enlightenment of the human species. The treasure in this case is likely to have [[RealityWarper reality-bending]] effects. A standard large nuclear warhead would be considered a Class 3 object, though a Class 2 threat would be apparent if nuclear armageddon like Judgement Day happened.

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* '''Class 3''': Can affect society on a large-scale, cause complete structural and societal collapse of a species or mass environmental effects. This can range from destroying a city (Godzilla-levels of damage) to the mass enlightenment of the human species. The treasure in this case is likely to have [[RealityWarper reality-bending]] effects. A standard large nuclear warhead would be considered a Class 3 object, though a Class 2 threat would be apparent if nuclear armageddon like Judgement Day happened.
happened. Objects capable of giving a user control over abstract concepts like magic and time often begin here.


Because of the large number of items, inter-dimensional vaults were created to house and categorize them for easier access. Similarly, a treasure classification system has been implemented to ascertain the dangers of a fictional artifact and whether it is necessary to contain in the Vault, especially Pantheon/MaximumSecurity.

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Because of the large number of items, inter-dimensional vaults were created to house and categorize them for easier access. Similarly, a treasure classification system has been implemented to ascertain the dangers of a fictional artifact and whether it is necessary to contain in the Vault, especially Pantheon/MaximumSecurity.
Pantheon/MaximumSecurity. Sometimes this system has been used to grade dangerous items not in the hands of the Treasures.



* '''Class 5''': Capable of affecting an individual in some form or another, such as through giving them superhuman abilities, inducing memory loss, or killing them. Any corrosive type of weapon or strong material such as Vibranium is given this designation.

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* '''Class 5''': Capable of affecting an individual in some form or another, such as through giving them superhuman abilities, inducing memory loss, or killing them. Any corrosive type of weapon weapon, trinket or strong material such as Vibranium is given this designation.
designation. Any normal Behelit[[note]]it transforms the human using it into a demon known as an Apostle[[/note]] is considered a Class 5 object


* '''Class 5''': Capable of affecting an individual in some form or another, such as through giving them superhuman abilities, inducing memory loss, or killing them.

* '''Class 4''': Capable of causing a localized group of people or an entire settlement to be heavily affected, effects (positive or negative) can spread further if left unchecked, bearing the risk of becoming a Class 3 threat. Has possible mild [[RealityWarper reality-warping]] effects. The Death Note can be counted as a Class 4 for being able to remotely kill people via writing their names, as can the Crimson Behelit for transporting the entirely of Guts and company to the site of the Eclipse for sacrifice.

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* '''Class 5''': Capable of affecting an individual in some form or another, such as through giving them superhuman abilities, inducing memory loss, or killing them.

them. Any corrosive type of weapon or strong material such as Vibranium is given this designation.

* '''Class 4''': Capable of causing a localized group of people or an entire settlement to be heavily affected, effects (positive or negative) can spread further if left unchecked, bearing the risk of becoming a Class 3 threat. Has possible mild [[RealityWarper reality-warping]] effects. The Death Note can be counted as a Class 4 for being able to remotely kill people via writing their names, as can the Crimson Behelit for transporting the entirely of Guts and company to the site of the Eclipse for sacrifice.
sacrifice. Power-boosting objects such as Aghanim's Scepter are considered Class 4 as well.


* '''Class 1''': Reality warping objects capable of causing positive or negative effect to an entire universe. These artifacts are almost always full-on {{Reality Warper}}s, able to cause universe-ending events such as plunging into blackness or [[ComicBook/TheInfinityGauntlet wiping out half of the universe's population]]. Objects affecting the flow of abstract concepts or traverse it such as time machines and dimensional travel portals are considered Class, no matter how benevolent or PlayedForLaughs they may seem, due to the inherent dangers they present. Just look at Film/BackToTheFuturePartII.

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* '''Class 1''': Reality warping objects capable of causing positive or negative effect to an entire universe. These artifacts are almost always full-on {{Reality Warper}}s, able to cause universe-ending events such as plunging it into blackness or [[ComicBook/TheInfinityGauntlet wiping out half of the universe's population]]. Objects affecting the flow of abstract concepts or traverse it such as time machines and dimensional travel portals are considered Class, Class 1, no matter how benevolent or PlayedForLaughs they may seem, due to the inherent dangers they present. Just look at Film/BackToTheFuturePartII.


* '''Class 1''': Reality warping objects capable of causing positive or negative effect to an entire universe. These artifacts are almost always full-on {{Reality Warper}}s, able to cause universe-ending events such as plunging into blackness or [[ComicBook/TheInfinityGauntlet wiping out half of the universe's population]]. Objects affecting the flow of abstract concepts or traverse it such as time machines and dimensional travel portals are considered Class, no matter how benevolent or PlayedForLaughs they may seem, due to the inherent dangers they present. Just look at Film/BackToTheFuturePartTwo.

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* '''Class 1''': Reality warping objects capable of causing positive or negative effect to an entire universe. These artifacts are almost always full-on {{Reality Warper}}s, able to cause universe-ending events such as plunging into blackness or [[ComicBook/TheInfinityGauntlet wiping out half of the universe's population]]. Objects affecting the flow of abstract concepts or traverse it such as time machines and dimensional travel portals are considered Class, no matter how benevolent or PlayedForLaughs they may seem, due to the inherent dangers they present. Just look at Film/BackToTheFuturePartTwo.
Film/BackToTheFuturePartII.


* '''Class 1''': Reality warping objects capable of causing positive or negative effect to an entire universe. These artifacts are almost always full-on {{Reality Warper}}s, able to cause universe-ending events such as plunging into blackness or [[ComicBook/TheInfinityGauntlet wiping out half of the universe's population]]. Objects affecting the flow of abstract concepts or traverse it such as time machines and dimensional travel portals are considered Class, no matter how benevolent or PlayedForLaughs they may seem, due to the inherent dangers they present. Just look at Film/BackToTheFutureTwo.

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* '''Class 1''': Reality warping objects capable of causing positive or negative effect to an entire universe. These artifacts are almost always full-on {{Reality Warper}}s, able to cause universe-ending events such as plunging into blackness or [[ComicBook/TheInfinityGauntlet wiping out half of the universe's population]]. Objects affecting the flow of abstract concepts or traverse it such as time machines and dimensional travel portals are considered Class, no matter how benevolent or PlayedForLaughs they may seem, due to the inherent dangers they present. Just look at Film/BackToTheFutureTwo.
Film/BackToTheFuturePartTwo.


* '''Class 3''': Can affect society on a large-scale, cause complete structural and societal collapse of a species or mass environmental effects. This can range from destroying a city (Godzilla-levels of damage) to the mass enlightenment of the human species. The treasure in this case is likely to have [[RealityWarper reality-bending]] effects.

* '''Class 2''': Treasures capable of affecting planets and the areas around it, at most an entire galaxy, such as through the destruction of a planet or terraforming a planet into metal or waste material. Galaxy-wise, this can also range from the complete freezing of a galaxy in time or [[Recap/DoctorWho50thASTheDayOfTheDoctor transferring it into a pocket universe]]. Expect treasures from this point to be considered extremely powerful, if not the most powerful, objects in their home universe.

* '''Class 1''': Reality warping objects capable of causing positive or negative effect to an entire universe. These artifacts are almost always full-on {{Reality Warper}}s, able to cause universe-ending events such as plunging into blackness or [[ComicBook/TheInfinityGauntlet wiping out half of the universe's population]].

* '''Class 0''': Reality warping objects capable of affecting an entire multiverse and at worst, the entire fictional ''Omniverse''. This may likely be brought about by representing an abstract concept of creation or having no otherwise stated limits in their respective stories.

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* '''Class 3''': Can affect society on a large-scale, cause complete structural and societal collapse of a species or mass environmental effects. This can range from destroying a city (Godzilla-levels of damage) to the mass enlightenment of the human species. The treasure in this case is likely to have [[RealityWarper reality-bending]] effects.

effects. A standard large nuclear warhead would be considered a Class 3 object, though a Class 2 threat would be apparent if nuclear armageddon like Judgement Day happened.

* '''Class 2''': Treasures capable of affecting planets and the areas around it, at most an entire galaxy, such as through the destruction of a planet or terraforming a planet into metal or waste material. Galaxy-wise, this can also range abound from the complete freezing of a galaxy in time or [[Recap/DoctorWho50thASTheDayOfTheDoctor transferring it into a pocket universe]]. Basically, the effects can range from planetary to stellar to galactic-scale. Expect treasures from this point to be considered extremely powerful, if not the most powerful, objects in their home universe.

universe. Since they are able to be used to wish for resurrection, immortality or the complete destruction of a planet though with limitations on the part of the wishing dragon, the Earth and Namekian Dragon Balls are considered Class 2 objects, [[spoiler:though the Super Dragon Balls constitute Class 0 objects]].

* '''Class 1''': Reality warping objects capable of causing positive or negative effect to an entire universe. These artifacts are almost always full-on {{Reality Warper}}s, able to cause universe-ending events such as plunging into blackness or [[ComicBook/TheInfinityGauntlet wiping out half of the universe's population]].

population]]. Objects affecting the flow of abstract concepts or traverse it such as time machines and dimensional travel portals are considered Class, no matter how benevolent or PlayedForLaughs they may seem, due to the inherent dangers they present. Just look at Film/BackToTheFutureTwo.

* '''Class 0''': Reality warping objects capable of affecting an entire multiverse and at worst, worst (or best depending on the nature of the object, but it's often worst), the entire fictional ''Omniverse''. Only a few objects are capable of causing such effects on the cosmic scale, and are almost always reserved for Maximum Security. This may likely be brought about by representing an abstract concept of creation or having no otherwise stated limits in their respective stories.
stories. The Anti-Life Equation is at least capable of causing the complete subjugation of all beings in the universe, the ultimate goal of Darkseid, but in the hands of its true wielder, [[spoiler:the Anti-Monitor]], it is almost certain that a ApocalypseHow/ClassZ event will occur and result in the ontological annihilation of absolutely '''everything'''.


* '''Class 2''': Treasures capable of affecting planets and the areas around it, at most an entire galaxy, such as through the destruction of a planet, terraforming a planet into metal. Galaxy-wise, this can also range from the complete freezing of a galaxy in time or [[Recap/DoctorWho50thASTheDayOfTheDoctor transferring it into a pocket universe]]. Expect treasures from this point to be considered extremely powerful, if not the most powerful, objects in their home universe.

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* '''Class 2''': Treasures capable of affecting planets and the areas around it, at most an entire galaxy, such as through the destruction of a planet, planet or terraforming a planet into metal.metal or waste material. Galaxy-wise, this can also range from the complete freezing of a galaxy in time or [[Recap/DoctorWho50thASTheDayOfTheDoctor transferring it into a pocket universe]]. Expect treasures from this point to be considered extremely powerful, if not the most powerful, objects in their home universe.


** Most Class 4 Treasures are likely to develop into a Class 3 if not properly monitored. This is partly attributed to the story of said Class 4 Treasure keeping it in a limited area, such as the Hinamizawa Syndrome only being spread throughout the general area of Hinamizawa and some neighbouring towns.

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** Most Class 4 Since the SCP Foundation is in charge of documenting the Treasures in the Vault alongside Turaga Whenua, the Treasures are likely to develop into a also listed by the Foundation's object classes, though only with their primary classification. Class 3 if not properly monitored. This is partly attributed 6 objects are equivalent to the story of said Safe-class [=SCPs=], Class 4 Treasure keeping it in a limited area, such as and 5 objects are equivalent to Euclid-class [=SCPs=] and Class 1 to 3 objects are equivalent to Keter-class [=SCPs=]. Due to the Hinamizawa Syndrome only being spread throughout the general area constantly changing nature of Hinamizawa and some neighbouring towns.Treasures, this is not a hard and fast rule.


* '''Class 6''': No known debilitating or negative effects, in the Treasury for symbolic importance or other reasons, safe for use.

* '''Class 5''': Capable of causing an individual's death or otherwise extremely negative consequences such as mutation or sociopathy, unable to spread to others.

* '''Class 4''': Capable of causing a localized group of people or an entire settlement to be heavily affected, or cause people's deaths at will. Has possible mild [[RealityWarper reality-warping]] effects.

* '''Class 3''': Capable of causing complete societal collapse or destruction, as well as heavy to near total environmental or artificial damage, i.e. Godzilla-level damage. Any [[RealityWarper reality-warping]] effects are kept at a minimum.

* '''Class 2''': Full-blown {{Reality Warper}}s that can affect localized areas such as planets and at full power a galaxy at best, or non-{{Reality Warper}}s capable of doing the same thing. Their power makes them a recognizable artifact in their home universe.

* '''Class 1''': Reality warping objects capable of causing positive or negative effect to an entire universe. These artifacts are almost always full-on {{Reality Warper}}s.

* '''Class 0''': Reality warping objects capable of affecting an entire multiverse and at worst, the entire fictional ''Omniverse''. This may likely be brought about by representing an abstract concept of creation or having no otherwise stated limits.

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* '''Class 6''': No known debilitating or negative effects, notable effects directly caused by it, in the Treasury for symbolic importance or other reasons, safe for use.

* '''Class 5''': Capable of causing affecting an individual's death individual in some form or otherwise extremely negative consequences another, such as mutation through giving them superhuman abilities, inducing memory loss, or sociopathy, unable to spread to others.

killing them.

* '''Class 4''': Capable of causing a localized group of people or an entire settlement to be heavily affected, effects (positive or cause people's deaths at will. negative) can spread further if left unchecked, bearing the risk of becoming a Class 3 threat. Has possible mild [[RealityWarper reality-warping]] effects.

effects. The Death Note can be counted as a Class 4 for being able to remotely kill people via writing their names, as can the Crimson Behelit for transporting the entirely of Guts and company to the site of the Eclipse for sacrifice.

* '''Class 3''': Capable of causing Can affect society on a large-scale, cause complete structural and societal collapse of a species or destruction, as well as heavy to near total mass environmental or artificial damage, i.e. Godzilla-level damage. Any effects. This can range from destroying a city (Godzilla-levels of damage) to the mass enlightenment of the human species. The treasure in this case is likely to have [[RealityWarper reality-warping]] effects are kept at a minimum.

reality-bending]] effects.

* '''Class 2''': Full-blown {{Reality Warper}}s that can affect localized areas such as Treasures capable of affecting planets and the areas around it, at full power most an entire galaxy, such as through the destruction of a planet, terraforming a planet into metal. Galaxy-wise, this can also range from the complete freezing of a galaxy at best, in time or non-{{Reality Warper}}s capable of doing [[Recap/DoctorWho50thASTheDayOfTheDoctor transferring it into a pocket universe]]. Expect treasures from this point to be considered extremely powerful, if not the same thing. Their power makes them a recognizable artifact most powerful, objects in their home universe.

* '''Class 1''': Reality warping objects capable of causing positive or negative effect to an entire universe. These artifacts are almost always full-on {{Reality Warper}}s.

Warper}}s, able to cause universe-ending events such as plunging into blackness or [[ComicBook/TheInfinityGauntlet wiping out half of the universe's population]].

* '''Class 0''': Reality warping objects capable of affecting an entire multiverse and at worst, the entire fictional ''Omniverse''. This may likely be brought about by representing an abstract concept of creation or having no otherwise stated limits.
limits in their respective stories.

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* Some notes:
** Being a Class 5 artifact does not denote that it is weak or insignificant compared to the others. Some well-known ones like the [[Pantheon/MaximumSecurity Holy Grail]] are Class 5! This merely means that their effect is limited to one individual or their effects are less impactful on the cosmic state of the universe.
** Most Class 4 Treasures are likely to develop into a Class 3 if not properly monitored. This is partly attributed to the story of said Class 4 Treasure keeping it in a limited area, such as the Hinamizawa Syndrome only being spread throughout the general area of Hinamizawa and some neighbouring towns.

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