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^ May I direct your attention to Addendum-850-1? "The entrance to the bended area of space does not allow for submarines to enter..." Thus, we would have to build the submarine inside SCP-850 again. And get SCP-682 into the submarine. - Dr. ______
Dr.—-: Can we at least try just throwing him in there after putting in several tons of chum?
Result: Failed. While the drinking of SCP-682 seemed successful, the bits later forcibly extracted themselves from D-class personnel and gathered back together. They reformed into a whole SCP-682 and went on a rampage in which a number od D-class personnel and some noted officers lost their lives.
Test: Expose SCP-682 to SCP-647
Sorry, but this needed a rerail.
edited 19th Jun '10 7:09:56 AM by KSPAM
Result: Failure. While SCP-682 was successfully lured into the confines of 647, after five minutes SCP-647 began to rattle violently. Approximately 6.82 seconds later it [[DATA EXPUNGED]], whereupon SCP-682 re-emerged with scales resembling cardboard and bizarre spacial-warping capabilities. SC Ps-682 and -647 were eventually subdued and returned to containment at heavy cost to D-Class personnel.
Input a piece of SCP-682 into SCP-914. Setting: Rough.
No, I'm not insane enough to risk putting the whole damn thing in there on the off-chance that this is actually successful.—Dr. Dawson
Result: shredded pieces of carbon residue/fragments of skin.
Test: Drop 682 into SCP-676.
Result: Failure. SCP-682 was successfully introduced into 676 and dissolved, as expected. Approximately twenty minutes later, however, it reformed and crawled out of the spring, heavily scarred as though from exposure to a potent base and displaying a corrosive touch. Subject was subdued and returned to containment with few casualties.
Place SCP-682 into SCP-914. Setting: Rough.
Cross your fingers, boys, and hope that our earlier experiment wasn't a fluke...—Dr. Dawson
edited 19th Jun '10 10:03:06 AM by SullenFrog
Result: Failure, although a large portion of SCP-682's body was reduced to skin fragments and carbon residue as the sample was and SCP-682 exited SCP-914 motionless with extensive damage to the portions of its body remaining intact, SCP-682 was found to have survived its insertion into SCP-914, albeit in a severely weakened state. Due to SCP-682 exhibiting visible tissue regeneration shortly after being expelled from SCP-914, SCP-682 was immediately rushed back to containment. A full recovery on SCP-682's part was documented in 5 days.
Test: Repeat the above test after recovering SCP-682 after attempting to destroy SCP-682 via a black hole again (See Post 15 for results of the first try).
edited 19th Jun '10 9:38:42 PM by CaptainNapalm
Result: Failure. SCP-682 emerged alive in but weakened by dissection and severe trauma. Output also contained [DATA EXPUNGED] resulting in a temporary wormhole inside SCP-914'S storage room. 682 was later recaptured in the ocean north of [REDACTED], Indonesia.
Dr. Axes: No-one is allowed to test matter extracted from black holes, white holes, blue holes, brown-with-yellow-stripes holes, or other tears in the fabric of reality in 914 as of now.
Test: Filling of containment area with molten lead while SCP-682 is sedated.
Result: Failure. SCP-682 adapted to "drink" the molten lead.
Test: Drop SCP-682 into an active volcano.
Result: Experiment postponed indefinitely while the researchers try to figure out how to transport it to a volcano without it escaping and possibly killing everybody.
Test: Remove all air from its containment area, forming a vacuum.
Result: Failure. SCP-682 rapidly adapted to function without the need for oxygen, although it did display suffering from boiling for a few minutes.
Test: Introduce SCP-682 to SCP 835.
Result: When placed near each other they began emit odd sounds which can only be assumed are communication. They promptly "teamed up" to attack the nearby researchers until [DATA EXPUNGED]. It is recommended they be kept separate from now on.
Test: Use SCP-158 on it.
Result: Interestingly enough, SCP-158 did not seem to be able to extract anything from SCP-682.
Test: Release a swarm of SCP-236 into its room while it's asleep.
Result: Failure Once a SCP-236 made contact with SCP-682, SCP-682 awoke immediately. SCP-682 roared loudly and began to bioluminescence, frightening the SCP-236 swarm away. SCP-236 was successfully re-contained.
Note: It looks like SCP-682 can remember acquired abilities. This is just like when we tried killing the damn thing with 272.
Test: Bring SCP-239 temporarily out of coma and request her to perform the "Mortus" spell on SCP-682. SCP-239 will be immediately brought back into coma. As SCP-239 seems to be omnipotent, as long as she believes something, have Foundation staff reinforce the belief that once the "Mortus" spell is cast, SCP-682 will no longer exist in this or any other plane of existence, and that even if the entity known as SCP-682 was brought back to life it would be but a harmless mouse.
edited 29th Jun '10 6:59:44 PM by Chubert
Result: Failure. When SCP-239 cast the "Mortus" spell, 682 died instantly. However, when 239 re-entered the coma, SCP-682 reanimated as the aforementioned mouse, which escaped containment and killed [REDACTED] personnel, despite being a totally mundane mouse. After 19 hours, 682 returned to it's original form and was recaptured shortly afterwards.
Test: Fill SCP-682's containment area with liquid nitrogen, shatter with explosives, seal the remains in individual blocks of concrete, and hurl them into separate, active volcanoes.
Result: failure. While SCP-682's containment cell was filled with liquid nitrogen and successfully shattered, and its remains were collected into one dozen blocks of concrete, they escaped while in transit and regenerated into one dozen human-sized replicas of 682. The replicas then converged on [DATA EXPUNGED], whereupon they engaged in a protracted battle amongst one another, killing and eating the losers to [DATA EXPUNGED]. The sole remaining replica, now a full-sized, perfect copy of the original SCP-682, was then subdued and returned to containment at heavy cost to D-Class personnel.
Test: Repeat the experiment involving insertion of SCP-682 into SCP-914 on the "Rough" setting, then immediately give what's left of it over to SCP-173 and terminate surveillance for a period of 48 hours.
V I have to laugh that we had pretty much the same idea.
edited 30th Jun '10 10:17:47 AM by SullenFrog
Result: Failure. SCP-682 was successfully frozen, but began to defrost even before shattering attempts began. While it was broken into small pieces, those pieces reanimated into smaller replicas of the original SCP before they could be sealed in concrete and killed [REDACTED] personnel. Following that, they turned on each other and were gradually consumed until only one, full-size reptile was left.
Result: Failure. SCP-682 did not fit in SCP-914.
Test: Sic SCP-058 on it.
Either way, we get rid of one of those bastards — Dr. Kondraki
EDIT 1 - was ninjaed
EDIT 2 - how do I did censor box?
edited 30th Jun '10 10:16:27 AM by VampireBuddha
Result: [[EXPERIMENT CANCELED]] 05-█ canceled experiment, due to concerns that SCP-058 and SCP-682 would not prove hostile to each other and "team up."
Test: Place a dead body next to SCP-682. Expose corpse to SCP-447-2, after evacuating all personnel and civilians.
edited 30th Jun '10 12:03:41 PM by Chubert
Experiment cancelled; NEVER expose 447-2 to dead bodies, period, NO EXCEPTIONS.
Test: Strap SCP-682 to a high-yield nuclear warhead and detonate.
Dr.—-: No effing nukes!
Proposal: Throw 682 into the Blood Pool Portal.
sorry, don't remember the number.
^ Ok, that's just creepy. I almost thought of doing the same thing.
RESULT: [[Experiment Canceled]].
05- Think guys. How the hell do we move this thing?!
Test: Introduce SCP-204-2 to SCP-682. As SCP-204-2 will inevitably perceive SCP-682 as a threat, SCP-204-1 will attack. In case of termination of SCP-204-2, have suitable hosts on hand.
SCP 682 immediately devourers all hosts, and its skin is impervious to SCP 204-1.
Proposal: drop 682 within one kilometer of SCP 1. (Dr. Clef's version)
edited 2nd Jul '10 5:38:04 PM by Quantumawsome
Result: SCP-682 was subsequently destroyed. Five hours later, it appeared in [[DATA EXPUNGED]], resulting in [[DATA EXPUNGED]] casualties.
Test: Introduce SCP-682 to SCP-073.
Result: Failure. SCP-073 refused to engage SCP-682, and 682, oddly enough, refused to attack 073.
Test: Test: Repeat the experiment involving insertion of SCP-682 into SCP-914 on the "Rough" setting, then immediately give what's left of it over to SCP-173 and terminate surveillance for a period of 48 hours.
The [REDACTED] fit in the machine when we performed the original test, so unless he spontaneous grew to twice his size don't tell me he can't fit in there!—Dr. Dawson
Result: Failure. Once SCP-682 was brought within five hundred meters of SCP-914, it began to rapidly undergo cell division, growing to ten times its ordinary size and becoming unable to fit into SCP-914.
Test: Introduce SCP-682 to SCP-426. Have a variety of very, very sharp electrical plugs on hand. Prepare plugs to deliver extreme amounts of amperage and voltage. In case SCP-682 lives after introduction to SCP-426, hand over any remains to SCP-076-2.
Note: I love how we're using Able and SCP-914 again.
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