UNDERVEGAS///SINCITY
rating: +10+x
Item#: 5000
Level3
Containment Class:
euclid
Secondary Class:
none
Disruption Class:
keneq
Risk Class:
warning

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Site-616 during a nightly Waste Ejection Cycle.


Special Containment Procedures: The primary means of containment is the House-Nicolas Theoplanar Vacuum Unit, located in the capstone of Site-616 (publicly known as the Luxor Las Vegas). The unit was designed in order to prevent Las Vegas from undergoing another SCP-5000 event. This is achieved by siphoning Tartarean Resonance Energy1, and using it to anchor both itself and Site-616 to the current theological plane of reality.

The Theoplanar Vacuum Unit ejects waste every day at sundown. The Unit converts the excess TRE to Alpha radiation and releases it in a narrow, concentrated beam of light. The beam has been measured at 42.3 billion candelas, and necessitates the interior of the Planar Vacuum Unit be lined with heat-absorbent plating.

Description: SCP-5000 is a region of space in which the city of Las Vegas and the Fourth Circle of Hell (as reported in Dante Alighieri's Inferno) overlap. This results in the weakening of, and in certain circumstances, complete seperation from baseline reality. SCP-5000 contains a significantly higher than average density of demonic entities, and is sustained by the Tartarean Resonance Energy they produce. SCP-5000 is in constant flux, and, if uncontained, will fully collapse into the Fourth Circle.

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Foundation convoy entering Las Vegas during the SCP-5000 initial incident.

SCP-50000-B instances are Tartarean-class demonic entities superficially resembling humans, which exhibit significant internal and limited external anatomical differences. They possess small, curved horns on their craniums and a paler complexion than most humans. They also possess limited pyrokinitic capabilities, such as manifesting sparks from their hands or igniting small objects. These abilities increase in effectiveness when exposed to individuals engaging in hedonistic activities; for example, alcohol use, sexual intercourse, and gambling. They naturally produce significant amounts of TRE.

SCP-5000 came to the Foundation's attention between January 12 to January 16. Significant Foundation intervention was required to reestablish normalcy.


Addendum 5000.1

INITIAL UE REPORT — DAY 1



Addendum 5000.2

EMERGENCY COMMITTEE MEETING TRANSCRIPT — DAY 1



Addendum 5000.3

SITUATIONAL UPDATE — DAY 2



Addendum 5000.4

EMERGENCY COMMITTEE MEETING TRANSCRIPT — DAY 2



Addendum 5000.5

ABRIDGED MISSION AUDIO TRANSCRIPT — DAY 3



Addendum 5000.6

BLACKJACK GAME — DAY 3



Following the events of Addendum 5000.6, a significant portion of the SCP-5000-B entities within the city area dematerialized, leaving behind large amounts of alcohol, narcotics, and currency. Visual anomalies in and around the city also ceased, and Regional Command declared the incident concluded. Cleanup efforts began, and Class-C aerosolized amnestics were deployed.


Addendum 5000.7

EMERGENCY COMMITTEE DEBRIEFING — DAY 4



Conclusion

SITE-616


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Site-616 being constructed post-SCP-5000.

Following the conclusion of SCP-5000, SCPF Southwest U.S Regional Command ordered the construction of a Site within the city of Paradise to ensure the prevention of another such event. Site-616 was constructed under the cover story of a new casino and hotel named "Luxor Las Vegas". Construction was completed in 1993, and it has since served as the primary deployment site in the Southwest United States, with Randall House as assigned Site Director. The House-Nicolas Theoplanar Vacuum Unit has prevented any further SCP-5000 events by siphoning radiation produced by demons.

Following investigation of Pluto's claims, it has been decided that it is likely that most or all of the major casinos in the Paradise area are owned and operated by Tartarean-class demonic entities. These entities have organized into a commission for mutual protection, and plans to establish containment over these entities are in development.











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