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Item #: SCP-XXXX
Object Class: Euclid
Special containment procedures: A group of thirty specimens of SCP-XXXX are kept in a standard horticultural containment unit at Site-4201.

MTF-Theta-4 (“Gardeners”) are to monitor for reports of anomalous allergic reactions in populations or individuals that exhibit Behaviour Pattern XXXX-Λ. All specimens located outside of containment are to be sampled for genetic and chemical analysis, then incinerated.

Personnel who exhibit Behaviour Pattern XXXX-Λ, or have a history of substance abuse, are not to be involved in containment or testing of SCP-XXXX.
Description: SCP-XXXX is an anomalous subspecies of Cannabis Sativa2.

All specimens of SCP-XXXX are hermaphrodites, and when interbreeding with other varieties of cannabis will produce solely SCP-XXXX. In addition, specimens of SCP-XXXX have been found to appear visually similar to strains of recreational cannabis while remaining genetically identical, presumably to aid in the spread of SCP-XXXX and the triggering of its primary anomalous effect.

SCP-XXXX’s primary anomalous property is the provocation of allergic reactions in individuals who exhibit Behaviour Pattern XXXX-Λ3. When SCP-XXXX or related products are ingested, inhaled, or otherwise come into direct contact with XXXX-Λ, several cannabinoids and other compounds begin an anomalous process of nuclear fusion and chemical bonding, creating as products water, tetrahydrocannabinol, and an anomalous chemical with the structure C4H2██O4. 97.62% of human subjects exposed to SCP-XXXX-1 have exhibited allergic reactions from even trace amounts. Symptoms of the allergy can vary from minor reactions such as rashes, coughing, and swelling; to severe, life threatening conditions such as anaphylactic shock. Severity of symptoms has been correlated with the degree of Behaviour Pattern XXXX-Λ exhibited.
Addendum XXXX-1: Behaviour Pattern XXXX-Λ
Behaviour Pattern XXXX-Λ constitutes a general degree of interaction and knowledge with video games interactive entertainment involving complex4 rule sets and, in most cases, outside peripherals.
Behaviours indicative of XXXX-Λ include, but are not limited to:
*The regular enjoyment of interactive entertainment
*Knowledge of the history of a specific form of interactive entertainment
*The following of news related to interactive entertainment
*Posting opinions online related to interactive entertainment
Addendum XXXX-2: Incident XXXX-A
On 08/11/2018, Dr. Gerald Smith volunteered to test how SCP-XXXX would react to non-video game interactive entertainment.5 Dr. Smith, an avid player of tabletop role-playing games and wargames, had not played video games in over 25 years. Dr. Smith, after beginning the test by inhaling smoke produced by burning the buds of SCP-XXXX, experienced a vivid hallucination for 5 minutes and 32 seconds, before suddenly suffering anaphylactic shock. After recovering, Dr. Smith was debriefed by Researcher Echo on 2018/08/30

Interviewed: Dr. Gerald Smith

Interviewer: Researcher Guy Echo

Foreword: Debriefing on Incident XXXX-1

<Begin Log>

Researcher Echo: “What do you recall of your experience taking SCP-XXXX”

Dr. Smith “It was…unpleasant. I’m not used to how smoking cannabis normally feels, but I guess its not quite like that.”

Researcher Echo: “Please elaborate.”

Dr. Smith “When I began, it was somewhat like when you stand up too fast, and you get light headed. And then I felt like I was being watched for about a minute before the voices started.”

Researcher Echo: “This was when the hallucination began?”

Dr. Smith: “Yes. I think. Its hard to recall. But it was something of a mess, hundreds of voices speaking at once, overlapping each other. One especially clear, haunting.”
Researcher Guy Echo: “Do you remember what-”

Note: Dr. Smith interrupts Researcher Echo

Dr. Smith: “It just stated something like ‘Unknown Variance. Beginning Analysis’ , like a robot and then I felt it *look* at me, as if it was staring at my soul. And as it did that the voices returned, growing as a chorus, gibbering something about the curse of games and ascendance and darkness and the need to punish to be free- a few names were called out, I think. It’s all a blur.

Researcher Echo: “Is there anything specific that you remember. Specific names, phenomena, that sort of thing

Dr. Smith: “I remember feeling really nervous, almost oppressed. I think I asked who or what it was, but I don’t know if that was aloud or in my head.”

Researcher Echo: “Logs state that at one minute and twenty second, you called out, quote, ‘Who The Fuck Are You’. Did this garner any response?”

Dr. Smith: “More than I thought it would, but nothing that jumps out. It was all noise, and voices, and I kept getting more and more disconnected as it went on. I kind of remember a few names that were called out: Mr. Meme, Mr. Hax, Ms. Mad About Video Games. And one specific phrase, that was clearer than the rest, like it was meant to be heard over the others: Twenty-Four, Mr. D.A R E. and then the I heard the word “checkmark” reverberate around me like I was inside a bell.”

Researcher Echo: “ Anything else?”

Dr. Smith: “Nothing important. I just remember getting higher and higher. Eventually, the clearer voice, the one like a computer, it returned, but by then I was high as a kite and starting to suffer anaphylaxis. The last thing I remember was one phrase, repeating until I lost consciousness.”
Researcher Echo: “And this was?”

Dr. Smith: “Who the fuck is a Doctor Wondertainment?”
<End Log>

Closing Statement: Investigation into victims of SCP-XXXX has found that, of the 17 individuals who have suffered anaphylactic shock outside of foundation tests, 3 had prior allergies to Cannabis, 13 had connections to the Group of Interest “Gamers Against Weed”, and 1 without any other factors.

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