I Was a Teenage Succubus
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Item #: SCP-166 Level 2/166
Object Class: Keter Classified

Special Containment Procedures: Due to the nature of SCP-166, all propositions regarding SCP-166 are to be reviewed by Drs. Gray and Frankenstein of the 'Pataphysics Department, including revision of containment procedures, personnel assignment, and interview proposals. The 'Pataphysics Department is then to file a report on the potential Romantic repercussions of such actions within three narrative days. Actions whose consequences include the release of SCP-166, the empowerment of SCP-166 or PoI-952B ("Madam Brinegash")1, or the decommissioning of Area 166 are to be avoided.

SCP-166 is to be kept in an unfurnished Type-2 Disposable humanoid containment unit in Area 166, to be checked daily for conceptual degradation. Thrice per day, SCP-166 is to be fed standard vegetarian rations. Each week, SCP-166 is to be moved to a new containment unit, with its previous unit recycled for parts.

Area 166 consists entirely of disposable buildings designed for ease of construction and demolition. No building is allowed to exist for more than a single year, and each is to be checked weekly for conceptual degradation. Food is to be imported from the Site-952 commissary located 29 km from Area 166, and may not be used to make meals with a total cost of more than $15, or recipes originating from 19th century America or Europe. Vegetation in Area 166 is to be routinely purged of abnormal floral growth.

Personnel assigned to SCP-166 are to be rotated monthly, and are not to spend more than 8 consecutive hours within 20 meters of SCP-166. Asexual and neurotypical personnel are strongly preferred for Area 166 assignments. Personnel are required to undergo a weekly psychiatric evaluation; compromised personnel are to be immediately transferred to a different project.

As of Incident 166-C, female-attracted personnel are denied access to SCP-166.

Description: SCP-166 appears to be a Semitic female in her late 20s; however, SCP-166's body is non-baryonic in composition, and lacks much of the metabolic functions of ordinary humans.

SCP-166 is the focal point of an ontokinetic field that alters the properties and appearances of surrounding matter. Interviews with SCP-166 suggest that the purpose of this field is to forcibly emulate an environment similar to those of 19th-century Dark Romanticist ideals. Common motifs include Gothic architecture, poisonous flora, grunge and excess filth, and occult paraphernalia. Extended exposure can result in an environment rendered completely inhospitable for human habitation through a combination of hostile architecture and pollution.

Sapient beings who remain in the presence of SCP-166 risk developing increased appetite and libido, along with decreased levels of inhibition and empathy. These changes are permanent, and increase in severity the longer one remains in SCP-166's field.

SCP-166's effects do not appear to be bound by a set distance; however, SCP-166's range appears to increase



Interviewed: SCP-166

Interviewer: Dr. Sophia Whateley

Foreword: Following the reestablishment of SCP-166's containment, interviews were suspended for a period of 1 year, as standard for Class-IV Ontokinetic anomalies.

<Begin Log>

Dr. Whateley: Good evening. I'm Dr. Whateley.

SCP-166: Hi.

(7 second silence)

Dr. Whateley: Okay, then. Do you have a name?

SCP-166: Several.

Dr. Whateley: … right. Well, before you became SCP-166, who were you?

SCP-166: I was a teenage succubus.

Dr. Whateley: Could you elaborate?

(65 second silence)

Dr. Whateley: … listen, I apologize, but if you can't help me help you, then I can't help you.

SCP-166: You're not helping me.

Dr. Whateley: I wouldn't have such a negative outlook. Psychotherapy can be more effective than you think.

SCP-166: It won't help me.

Dr. Whateley:

SCP-166: I lost my identity to you. And now? You get to lose yours. Have fun with that.

<End Log>

Closing Statement: [Small summary and passage on what transpired afterward]

INCIDENT 166-FC: On 16/3/2023, level 3 researcher Dr. Sophia Whateley was assigned to SCP-166. Dr. Whateley would later file a request of reassignment on 9/4/2023, citing a developing romantic interest in SCP-166.

Efforts were made to reassign Dr. Whateley to SCP-███ duty in Site 952; however, a series of probabilistic anomalies prevented Dr. Whateley from leaving Area 166, and further placed her into situations where she was forced to interact with SCP-166.

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