SCP-XXXX in the Containment Gallery

Item #: XXXX

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is to be kept in the Anomalous Painting and Sculpture Containment Gallery of Site-47. The anomaly will be contained in a standard containment gallery fitted with extra soundproofing and two Scranton Reality Anchors. When not in use, all lights in the gallery are to be extinguished. Any organisms or matter generated by SCP-XXXX are to be incinerated. Testing of SCP-XXXX is suspended indefinitely.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a partially intact sandstone sculpture depicting an apsara, a cloud and water spirit from Hindu and Buddhist myth. SCP-XXXX is missing its arms and legs; the cause of this is unknown. SCP-XXXX is currently 2.1 meters with variable weight. X-ray analysis has revealed a small opening within the statue containing various circuitry; Its purpose is unknown.

SCP-XXXX activates when a subject makes physical contact with the anomaly and says "Awaken" in any language. SCP-XXXX will then emit an avatar made of golden photonic matter around itself. The avatar constitutes of a thin covering of light around itself. as well as its arms and legs stemming from SCP-XXXX truncated limbs. The avatar is fully solid and allows SCP-XXXX to locomote. Once activated, SCP-XXXX will reply with the message "I have awoken." with a computerized voice.

Once activated, SCP-XXXX will obey any command given to it, to the best of its ability.

Abridged List of SCP-XXXX Commands:

Command Effect
"Walk" SCP-XXXX walks forward at approximately 2 mps. SCP-XXXX will stop at a wall, indicating spatial awareness.
"Protect" SCP-XXXX generates a photonic matter barrier. Attempts to destroy the barrier failed until the barrier dissipated 44 minutes after activation.
"Destroy" Command directed at an armored truck. SCP-XXXX emitted a yellow laser from both its eyes. The attack was successful in the detonation of the truck.
" Sleep" SCP-XXXX's avatar dissipates and the anomaly enters its inactive state.

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