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Item Number: SCP-@

Object Class: Thaumiel

Special Containment Procedures: Per O5 mandate, SCP-@ is to remain under constant surveillance, though direct intervention in his personal affairs is strictly prohibited. No further attempts are to be made to either aquire or transfer SCP-@-Alpha from his possession.

O5-1 maintains a direct line of contact to SCP-@, should his services be required to protect Foundation interests.

Description: SCP-@ is American actor Matthew Lyn Lillard. SCP-@ is currently affected by an anomalous strain of forma lupidviridae, colloquially known as the Werewolf Virus (henceforth SCP-@-Alpha). Like non-anomalous werewolves, SCP-@ possesses strength, speed, and reflexes beyond the human norm; SCP-@'s transformed state is that of an Afghan Hound.

SCP-@-Alpha grants its host an anomalously heightened sense of understanding regarding its surroundings and any events which relate to it, regardless of how inconsequential or tangential they may be. This level of intuition and inference effectively gives SCP-@ contextual omniscience; he has been proven capable of using SCP-@-Alpha in order to:

  • Dodge gunfire from multiple fully-automatic weapons by accurately predicting precisely where each projectile would be
  • Foil numerous covert assassination attempts by the Global Occult Coalition by identifying operatives and means of termination before they could be implemented
  • Fend off an assault from the full military force of Mobile Task Force Alpha-9 ("Andromeda's Box"), as well as besting SCP+076-2 in unarmed combat

Following multiple failed containment attempts, the decision was made to engage SCP-@ peacefully. During interviews, the subject spoke candidly about SCP-@-Alpha, which he refers to as his "Ultra Instinct". It was learned that his lycanthropy was not a result of a curse, or transmission from a non-anomalous carrier of the disease, but rather, that he gained SCP-@-Alpha upon taking on the role of Norville "Shaggy" Rodgers in the 2002 film 'Scooby-Doo'.

It was thus postulated by the acting Containment Liaison that SCP-@-Alpha is irrevocably tied to said fictional character, and that it could conceivably be transmitted to another individual — preferably, a loyal Foundation asset — by assuming that character's role in a theatrical production.

A script was subsequently written and performed by site staff, however, the agent playing the part of Norville Rodgers bodily exploded upon attempting his first spoken line. Several attempts were made to fulfill the role, each ending in the death of the involved actor.

The project was scrapped, with the script being routed through the Entertainment Division and reworked into 'Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed' in order to recoup monetary losses suffered during transfer attempts. SCP-@ reprised his role to no ill effect.

It is currently unclear as to why SCP-@ alone seems capable of containing the power of SCP-@-Alpha.

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