DrBleep's 001 Proposal Sandbox

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Item #: SCP-001

Object Class: Apollyon Thaumiel

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Portion of SCP-001-01 captured prior to Incident I-001-01.

Special Containment Procedures: [Paragraphs explaining the procedures]

Description: SCP-001 refers to a global network of several hundred ancient containment sites consisting of neolithic and bronze age archaeological monuments, settlements, and henges. Each location is oriented in a global web around nine major intersections, where each intersection consists of a single large scale complex of neolithic monuments. Due to archaeological excavation, and swift action by Foundation agents and field detachments in the initial years of its operation, the vast majority of these sites have been safely contained, and repaired in conjunction with Finnfolk cooperation.

SCP-001-01 through -09 refer to nine major neolithic sites responsible for containment of an equivalent number of Type Black entities. Each site is currently preventing a single or partial HK-class deific subjugation event, despite having sustained severe structural damage due to long periods of corrosive erosion, poor maintenance, and in some instances, deliberate vandalism. Below is a table containing pertinent information on each location, and its current state. SCP-001-01 is in a state of structural collapse, due to the events of DR-3703-A, containment failure is believed to be imminent.

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Epicenter of SCP-001-01, long term erosion and damage is apparent in the large gaps between surviving containment stones.

Table contents:

Site designation
Location
Entity Contained
Description
Status

SCP-001-01
Heart of Neolithic Orkney, Mainland Orkney
E-SCP-001-02 "The Sea Tyrant"
32 anomalies in containment, original capacity estimated at roughly 3700 anomalies. Massive complex of henges, standing stones, and flooded religious sites.
In the process of cataclysmic structural collapse.

SCP-001-02
Alit Yam
E-SCP-001-05 "The Devourer"
Uknown. Site is difficult to assess due to being submerged. Subsurface sonar estimates the stone semicircle is the top of a large 5 winged ritual complex. Elements of the GoI known as the Fifthist church have attempted several incursions in the last 20 years, with no success.
Conditional Stability

SCP-001-03
Nabta Playa, Egypt
E-SCP-001-06 "The Scarlet King"
Enormous decentralized basin containing multiple containment and religious complexes. Rivals SCP-001-01 in sheer size, and is estimated to currently contain upwards of 10,000 anomalies. Many of the sites have been buried and preserved under the sand, though numerous recovered artifacts appear to implicate SCP-1013 as having been contained in the site.
Stable, with possible outlying damage.

SCP-001-04
Gunung Padang Megalithic Site, West Java Indonesia
E-SCP-001-08-A "Death, The Brother Lesser"
Megalithic Pyramid complex located on top of Mount Padang. Excavations are preliminary, and numerous coverup and false information dissemination attempts have been required due to heightened archaeological interest in the site. 130 anomalies are estimated to be contained within the structure.
Stable

SCP-001-08
Cahokia, Illinois
E-SCP-001-10 "The Light Bringer"
Large, multilayer complex of subterranean containment chambers containing at least 467 anomalies. Additional subsurface layers remain unexcavated due to inadequate technology and fear of damaging containment vesicles. Topmost layer is the site of the largest Mississipian Mound Building culture settlement, currently operated as a tourist location. Finnfolk artifacts of the Louisanian branch have been recovered from the lowest excavated layer.
Stable

SCP-001-01:

History: [Optional additional paragraphs]

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19th Century sketch of the Odin Stone prior to its destruction, and subsequent release of SCP-3456.

Procedural Memos and updates:

Incident I-001-01:

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