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Item #: SCP-7777

Object Class: Keter

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-7777 is currently entirely contained within Mt. █████. Site-7777 has been established around Mt. █████ and operates under the guise of a local park. Entry is not to be barred, but all subjects within range are to be directed away from the only known entry point to SCP-7777.

Information about SCP-7777 has proven unreasonably difficult to suppress entirely. In order to discourage individual study, a false entry point and several exhibits displaying early human activity in the area have been planted around the site. Individuals seeking information about SCP-7777 should be directed to these exhibits.

Should any SCP-7777-A subjects emerge from the known exit point, agents are to avoid excessive force in recontaining these subjects. All remains generated by provably necessary lethal force are to be disposed of by being scattered over a wide range. Any incidents of SCP-7777-A exit are to be recorded and submitted to Site Director Dr. ███████ within 24 hours.

If SCP-7777-A-1 is sighted, lethal force is automatically authorized. Extreme prejudice is to be used in destroying subject. If subject is not returned within SCP-7777 (or terminated) immediately, an XK-class end of the world scenario will shortly become inevitable.

If SCP-7777-A-3 is sighted, lethal force is strictly forbidden. Agents are to take extreme caution in avoiding SCP-7777-A-3 as a whole. If communication is required, inevitable, or ordered by Head Researcher ██████████, please see document SCP-7777 Guideline 6 or contact Head Researcher ██████████ for information on proper conduct.

If SCP-7777-B begins exhibiting behavior not previously recorded, all civilians are to be immediately evacuated.

If anything but an instance of SCP-7777-A emerges from SCP-7777, subjects are to be immediately detained. See Head Researcher ██████████ for further direction.

Description: SCP-7777 is a large scale temporal anomaly located below Mt. █████. It appears to have three "states" which it fluctuates between under certain circumstances.

State A is the most mundane possibility. 84.77% of the currently recorded time, SCP-7777 has operated within state A. While in state A, time within SCP-7777 flows forward at the same rate as outside SCP-7777's area of effect.

State B will, on occasion, interrupt state A. During state B, the flow of time seems to grow erratic for a period lasting a minimum of 30 seconds. The maximum recorded length of state B is four hours. Following state B, one of two things may happen: First, SCP-7777 may re-enter state A at an earlier point in time. No change forward has been recorded thus far, but the possibility is not to be discounted.

State C is the alternative possible result of state B. During state C, the flow of time seems to cease entirely. All physical matter within SCP-7777's area of effect will seemingly cease to exist, though SCP-7777-B will not. SCP-7777 will enter state C approximately 1.15% of the time after entering state B.

Also of note is that SCP-7777's area of effect seems to be populated. The species dwelling within SCP-7777, referred to as SCP-7777-A from here on, does not seem to have any consistent physical appearance. Individual instances may be different members of the same family of SCP-7777-A, but all fall under the same species according to current information. See document SCP-7777-A-2 for more details.

SCP-7777-A are intelligent and sapient. The majority of instances are capable of speaking in modern English. Some demonstrate limited communication abilities. However, all currently known instances have demonstrated the ability to understand and somehow respond to modern English.

SCP-7777-A-1 is a specific instance of SCP-7777. Currently only known from the recovered non-Foundation documentation on SCP-7777 (see addendum 3 for details), SCP-7777-A-1 is referred to as the "King of Monsters". SCP-7777-A-1 falls within a subtype of SCP-7777-A known as "Boss Monsters", capable of absorbing "human SOULs" (sic) and reportedly becoming nearly immortal following this process. SCP-7777-A-1 is described as a humanoid goat with pronounced horns (assumed to, therefore, be male, if SCP-7777-A has a concept of gender). Translation and analysis of other information is ongoing.

SCP-7777-A-2 ✋̷͓͔̲̭ͧ͒̇̓̃̀͑̓ͦ͞s [DATA CORRUPTED].

"Database repair is ongoing. I have no idea what you guys tried to write here, but it seems like it was something like a cognitohazard? Or, um, something explicitly designed to destroy information about itself. It's not my department or anything. Either way, I think I might need to replace most of the site's computer equipment. Maybe just ignore whatever this was for now." - Maintenance Expert ██████

SCP-7777-A-3 is a unique instance of SCP-7777. It appears to be highly intelligent and actively seeks out interaction with humans. It has made contact with foundation agents on multiple occasions. It, like every other instance, is bound by SCP-7777-B, and cannot exit the area of effect of SCP-7777. Attempts to gather information from SCP-7777 are ongoing.

SCP-7777-A-3 is a flower of a currently unidentified species with humanoid facial features in place of its reproductive organs.

SCP-7777-B is referred to by early documentation as the barrier. It keeps instances of SCP-7777-A from exiting SCP-7777. Human subjects and inanimate objects are capable of passing through SCP-7777 to enter it. However, exit is currently thought to be impossible. Early documentation (see addendum 3) says that an individual with "human and monster SOULs" (sic) may pass through SCP-7777-B in both directions.

Research on SCP-7777 is currently suspended. No more agents or civilians are allowed into SCP-7777. See Addendum 4 for details.

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