Green with Envy
rating: 0+x
Item#: XXXX
Level3
Containment Class:
euclid
Secondary Class:
none
Disruption Class:
keneq
Risk Class:
caution

Item Status: Uncontained

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is not to be brought within one meter of any painting without Level-4 security authorization or higher. Personnel specifically instructed to do so are required to be equipped with full-body protective gear.

Painting

SCP-XXXX

Description: SCP-XXXX is an acrylic painting of a lake on a mountain top. Written on the back are the words, “There Can Only Be One”. When placed within one meter of any painting, SCP-XXXX will cause it to spontaneously combust. Although the detonation affects the surrounding area, SCP-XXXX remains undamaged.

SCP-XXXX has proven useful for long-distance termination. SCP-XXXX is typically used when entering close proximity to a target is a threat to personnel and/or important objects. Both ordinary artworks and SCP-XXXX can be deployed by any means (i.e. hand, air drop, throwing) as closely as possible to the target whilst remaining a safe distance away.

Discovery: SCP-XXXX was discovered in the remains of the RoseWood Museum of Art after the building collapsed due to an unsourced explosion. SCP-XXXX was the only object found left undamaged.

Addendum: Incident Report

On 10/17/2017, two intruders raided Site-31 in an attempt to steal SCP-XXXX. Foundation operatives immediately produced artwork from storage, and threatened the persons that they would get closer if they did not surrender. The intruders evaded security by use of a dead-end corridor. In this corridor, an irregular black shape was found painted on the wall, accompanied by the phrase “AWCY?” The intruders were not apprehended or identified.

SCP-XXXX is now considered uncontained.

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