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Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is to be kept in a high-security anomalous object locker. No further experiments involving the object are to take place without the approval of both Director Diaghilev and Doctor Everwood. Access to SCP-XXXX is limited to personnel with Level-4 and above clearance.

Due to the nature of SCP-XXXX-1, all meals are to be delivered to its containment chamber in Experiment Hall 33-C. SCP-XXXX-1 may request items from the commissary, which are to be delivered to it as well. Dr. Thompkins has been assigned as the entity's psychotherapist and appointments are to be carried out biweekly for one hour per session.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a light-colored clay used in the creation of humanoid homunculi originally created by Dr. Wondertainment. The object's anomalous properties are not activated unless a specific ritual (outlined in Addendum XXXX-1) involving the use of various aethers is performed.

SCP-XXXX-1 refers to an adult male humanoid of average build and complexion. A tattoo reading 'Mr. Safe, from Little Misters TM by Dr. Everwood and Director Diaghilev!' is present on the subject's left bicep. SCP-XXXX-1 is incapable of leaving the room it is currently located in.

Discovery: The formula for SCP-XXXX was recovered by the Foundation from a defecting citizen of Wonder World™. The subject was apprehended by MTF Rho-3 ("Wondersnatchers") and subsequently questioned by lead GoI-386 researcher, Dr. Everwood. The following are logs of the interrogation.

Addendum XXXX-1:


This is a bit of a bizarre experiment, but I think we've finally managed to get it to work, and we hope this will be the start of a wonderful idea. I sincerely hope you can enjoy your own experiments in this same line whenever you feel comfortable doing so.


  1. One hair of a unicorn
  2. A miner's inch of morning dew
  3. A whiff of whimsy
  4. A spark of thought
  5. Eight or nine sprinkles of fine fairy dust
  6. One-hundred pounds of clay powder
  7. A breath of Air Aether to give life.
  8. A thought of intent to give purpose.
  9. A splash of Water Aether to give shape.
  10. A billow of Fire Aether to hold form.
  11. A jolt of Electric Aether to give feeling.
  12. A name, because no being should be without a name.

This amount will yield enough base for 20 units. Mix the solution with Water Aether, then breathe in the Air Aether once shaped. Next, blast it with Fire Aether to ensure it holds shape for about an hour and give them 15 minutes to cool off. When sufficiently cooled, Electric Aether and Air Aether (can be done interchangeably) to finish off.

Remember, only make one at a time. The base does not go bad, so take as long as you like to think on who and what you want to make. A life is a life, no matter who's it is.

- Cornelius


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