Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Euclid Keter

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is to be contained in a 10m x 3m x 10m humanoid containment bunker within Area 678; made of explosion-resistant concrete and coated with a full airtight sealant made of graphene. The entrance to the chamber consists of two blast resistant, air-locked doors. Chamber is to have an adjacent observatory room, separated by 15cms of shockproof glass. The chamber must be inspected every 4 days for damage, and any repairs must be undertaken immediately.

In the event of a containment breach, Site 678's airtight lock-down procedure must be initiated immediately, this will alert Task Force Xi-3 ("Oppenhammers") to mobilize in search of SCP-XXXX and lock all airlock doors. All personnel on-site must locate the nearest O-XXXX (See addendum XXXX-A), ready it, and stand their ground in case SCP-XXXX encounters them. Should SCP-XXXX have taken solid form and still be capable of movement, slow it with standard weaponry and alert Task Force Xi-3 of your location.

Any and all samples of SCP-XXXX must be contained within a gas-tank made of Teflon-lined steel.

SCP-XXXX's chamber is equipped with a microphone and speakers, though personnel not listed on Manifest-XXXX-A are not to interact with SCP-XXXX unless directly instructed otherwise by Dr. Baudelaire. The chamber also has a television, and several DVDs from various years, to keep SCP-XXXX entertained prevent it from further experimenting with its capabilities. These DVDs are not to contain any references to or appearances of nuclear weaponry or nuclear science.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a form of variable chemical composition and shape, but generally manifests as a gaseous cloud forming to resemble its body before it became anomalous. It appears to be an adolescent human female of Japanese descent, 1.22m in height, approximately 13 years of age, with gaseous skin of constantly varying colour.

The atoms that make up SCP-XXXX are in a state of constant, semi-random flux both in element, and in temperature. Temperature can vary from -100 °C to 2000 °C. Interviews with SCP-XXXX have revealed that it has some manner of control over what element the atoms are, but full control eludes it. At the time of writing, the most complex form SCP-XXXX has managed to take intentionally has been turning its body into a large statue made of halite.1

The atoms of SCP-XXXX however, are not so limited. In their random flux state, they have been recorded to be anything from a simple Hydrogen atom to an Oganesson atom, to atoms that have not been recorded in the Foundation's expanded table of elements. Most remarkably, these changes occur even if isolated from other SCP-XXXX atoms, thus having no method of obtaining the necessary protons or neutrons to scientifically perform such a transformation.

Despite its lack of any form of vocalization structure, SCP-XXXX is capable of speech through electronic means. It is able to manipulate itself to create electrical signals that translate into a human-like voice when put through a radio. Individual atoms of SCP-XXXX are capable of sending signals to other SCP-XXXX atoms through radio waves, acting similar to biological neurons, and as such its communication method is currently theorized to be some kind of electric telepathy.

SCP-XXXX is non-hostile and socially capable, seeming to enjoy spending time with others. Due to several decades spent as a sentient cloud, it has forgotten many words in its native Japanese. It is currently being taught Japanese and English, partly to more easily communicate with personnel, and partly because it has expressed interest in reintegrating with society.

SCP-XXXX is considered extremely unpredictable and dangerous. Despite how gentle and personable it may seem, any attempt to cooperate with SCP-XXXX without permission from Dr. Baudelaire will result in immediate reassignment and demotion.

Addendum XXXX-A: O-XXXX is an industrial-strength vacuum directly connected to a steel containment unit. Due to SCP-XXXX's unpredictable form, this is the only method of reliable capture that is available at this time.

Addendum XXXX-B; Acquisition: SCP-XXXX was brought to the attention of the Foundation on ██████,██, 1946 when a rumour began to spread through Nagasaki prefecture that a "Hinosei", translated as Fire Spirit, was haunting the as yet still ruined north side of the city of Nagasaki. Mobile Task Force Upsilon-8 was sent to investigate (See addendum XXXX-B-01 for mission results).

Addendum XXXX-C; History in Containment:

On November 13th, 1946, SCP-XXXX arrived at Site 16. At this time it was contained within a concrete item containment unit. On November 15th, 1946; during an experiment to determine the nature of its anomaly, SCP-XXXX escaped containment was the cause of a large scale containment breach, resulting in the deaths of ███ Foundation personnel, and the neutralization of SCP-████, SCP-████, and SCP-████ (See incident report XXXX-C-01 for details.) Following this breach, SCP-XXXX was determined by the Ethics Committee too large a liability to study, and its containment unit was filled with concrete in a 10m x 30m x 10m cylindrical hole in Site-16.

On April 14th, 2004, following reports of banging of an increasing volume and tremors resembling low scale earthquakes shaking the site, SCP-XXXX's containment was found to be the culprit. This led to the innovation of the O-XXXX to contain it. The hole was then dug open with a jackhammer, and SCP-XXXX was re-contained in a more acceptable containment chamber using modern technology. On April 28th, 2004, permission was given by 05-09 to recommence experimentation. (See Experiment Logs XXXX for details)

On July 3rd, 2016, a guard assigned to SCP-XXXX accidentally kept his mobile phone on his person after changing into his uniform. The guard reported hearing a whispered voice coming from the speaker of his phone, but any attempt to communicate with the voice on the other end went unheard. Following the results of Experiment-XXXX-05, speakers and a microphone were installed into SCP-XXXX's chamber, enabling communication with it. (See Interview Logs for results.)

On October 25th, 2016, [DATA EXPUNGED] (See Incident Report-XXXX-Alpha). SCP-XXXX was subsequently reclassified to Keter and construction on Area-678 began.

On February 18th, 2017, SCP-XXXX was moved from Site 16 to Area-678 where it will remain until further notice.

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