More Than a Drawing
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Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is to be stored in a standard containment locker. SCP-XXXX is to have an iron cap secured over the tip. Only personnel with Level 4 security clearance or higher are allowed to access and utilize SCP-XXXX.

Following Incident SCP-XXXX-1-S (See Addendum 2-1) no person who has suffered a loss of any kind (eg. friend, family member, pet) is allowed access to SCP-XXXX. Each person selected for testing is to be subjected to a psychological screening beforehand.

Instances created by SCP-XXXX (designated SCP-XXXX-1) are to be sealed in an iron container of appropriate size and stored on low-risk anomalous item storage.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a modern calligraphy pen. SCP-XXXX’s anomalous effects manifest upon picking it up with the intention to write with it. SCP-XXXX will begin to guide the user’s hand until the image being drawn is complete. To date, each subject who has utilized SCP-XXXX has stated that the image drawn resembled something constantly on their mind. After the image is completed, it will animate and gain mobility across all flat surfaces. The images drawn by SCP-XXXX resembling a sapient and or sentient being will retain the knowledge of its living counterpart. Images of items will typically begin to perform actions typical of said item. Images such as shapes and scribbles with no living counterpart typically act similar to that of a small rodent or insect. Images drawn by SCP-XXXX resemble the individual user’s art skill.

Addendum 1: Test Log

Subject: Researcher Crane
Image Drawn: A photograph of a man and male child, with the man’s face, scribbled out. The man failed to animate; the child ran out of frame.
Notes - Researcher Crane noted that the image drawn was a photograph of him and his father.

Subject: D-76866
Image Drawn: A Canis lupis familiaris (domestic dog) of the German Shepard breed sitting on a stack of bones.
Notes - D-76866 stated that he owned a German Shepard as a child.

Subject: Dr. Eicher
Image drawn: Recently deceased field researcher Jeremy “Spud” Rodgers.
Notes - Dr. Eicher was chosen due to his notable art skills. For an in-depth rundown of the events that transpired, see Addendum 2-1.

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