[X-Effect/SCP] The SCP Archive.

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Here are all the Archives Collected During the Many sessions of SCP: Residual Drift, Just so anyone who missed out can Still read what’s up.

Please do not Post on this thread if you’re not part of the SCP Game, I know i can’t stop you, but this has to do with Respect, if you don’t really Respect me enough to not post on my thread, Then I Really don’t like you.

Please note that this is Not Mandatory to know, It’s for those people who really get into roleplaying (Such as Nyvrem and Pepsiwolf.) And are in no way forcable upon you, It’s good to read like.. 15% of the archives just to get a nice Understanding of the SCP universe.

Current Archives

- Groups of Interest

  • The Church of the Broken God – Post #2
  • Marshal, Carter, and Dark Ltd. – Post #3
  • The Serpent’s Hand – Post #4
  • The Unusual Incidents Units (UIU) – Post #5
  • The Global Occult Coalition (GOC) – Post #6
  • The Fifth Church – Post #7
  • GRU Division “P” – Post #8
  • The Chaos Insurgency – Post #9
  • Are we Cool Yet? Post #10

- SCP Series 001-999

  • SCP-682 Post #11
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The Church of the Broken God

Shortly after the discovery and containment of SCP-882, several members of this “church” came forward and demanded the return of “the heart of god”. Led by one Robert Bumaro, they are a group of zealots, believing many of the SCP items to be parts of a “god” that was broken after the creation of the universe. By restoring it to its whole state, they will also gain godhood. Since first contact, three other key components of the “god” have also been tentatively identified: SCP-217, SCP-271 and SCP-1139. A sect dedicated to the Church built SCP-808.

They are extremely hostile to Foundation operatives, branding them “heretics”, and will attempt to kill operatives and break containment of SCP items. It is unknown how they are able to detect these items, but they have shown their ability to do so with frightening accuracy. In addition, they have shown a remarkable ability to resist the mental effects of SCP items, notably SCP-882 and its “mental lure”.

The Church is viewed as a threat to both the Foundation and SCP. Members are to be detained by force, or eliminated by whatever means deemed necessary by Foundation agents.

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Marshall, Carter, and Dark Ltd.

A “club” based in London, England. Catering to the super-rich and with extensive political and financial ties worldwide, this group has caused extensive problems for the Foundation. Marshall, Carter, and Dark Ltd. is known for collecting rare and obscure items, along with providing its members the most exclusive, expensive, and rare experiences available.

These activities have resulted in conflict with the Foundation on numerous occasions. The group is not known for the use of force; they prefer to apply extreme financial and political pressure to achieve their goals. When forced to use more direct means, Marshall, Carter, and Dark Ltd. employs outside agents, and it is very difficult to connect said agents to the organisation.

Marshall, Carter, and Dark Ltd. has caused several SCP containment breaches, primarily through the use of money or social pressure. Several reports, records, and even items have been leaked by Foundation personnel who had been approached with large amounts of money, or threats of extensive jail time or torture. Notably, two containment sites were almost brought to public attention after the Foundation refused access to members of Marshall, Carter, and Dark Ltd.

Information pertaining to Marshall, Carter, and Dark Ltd., such as the name of the director or even a list of members, has proven very difficult to acquire. Agents encountering members of this group are advised to maintain a cover story and not, for any reason, reveal Foundation ties or SCP information.

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The Serpent’s Hand

The Serpent’s Hand is a small but formidable organization responsible for several security breaches. At least three different individuals have been encountered, all of whom used possible or confirmed anomalous items for infiltration purposes (including SCP-268, which was stolen from the Foundation, who had in turn recovered it during a raid of a Chaos Insurgency facility). The total number of members belonging to this organization is unknown, as is their level of technology, number of possible SCPs held, or total level of threat. However, it is clear they are highly coordinated and possibly dangerous. Their leader is thought to be a figure known only as “L.S.”, who is considered to be personally responsible for two security breaches in Foundation sites.

The Foundation currently has very little information about the Serpent’s Hand, and almost all known information about the Serpent’s Hand has been leaked from the GOC intelligence. The group seems to embrace the use and existence of paranormal items, and in particular seems to embrace humanoid and sentient SCPs. The Serpent’s Hand has been highly vocal in criticizing the containment and destruction of these SCPs, especially those which are fully human and are not particularly destructive.

The group seems primarily based in an anomalous place called the Library, a building accessed through portals found in many different parts of the world. Direct assaults on the Library have so far proven infeasible, even when entrance could be found. However, initial intelligence seems to suggest the Hand has little understanding or control over the place.

The group seems to have unfriendly relations with the Chaos Insurgency and the AGIR, and an extremely hostile relationship with the GOC. The only recorded cases of unprovoked violence by Serpent’s Hand members have been against GOC agents.

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Unusual Incidents Unit (UIU), Federal Bureau of Investigation

Disparagingly referred to as “X-Files” (after the television program starring David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson) by the larger FBI community, UIU was formed after the SCP-███ Containment Failure Incident brought the existence of paranormal activity to the public consciousness. Although later debunked as a ████ █████████ █████████, a rider attached to HR██████ by Representative ███████ ██████ of ██ (███) required the creation of a special FBI division devoted to rapid response to paranormal events and crimes. Since official protests by then-FBI Director ██████ would have drawn suspicion, UIU was formed on ██-██-████ to “research and react to paranormal activity”.

Members of UIU are generally well-meaning, although their lack of effective resources and training often make them a liability in the field. Early attempts to recruit from UIU have met with dismal failure: as UIU is generally considered a dead-end career path, the unit tends to attract the lowest rung of FBI talent. Personnel who request a transfer to UIU voluntarily are few, and those who do generally exhibit high levels of credulity and gullibility. For this reason, UIU operatives are to be recruited at the same tier as normal FBI agents.

Should UIU obtain possession of a genuine SCP, SCP Personnel are required to contact Assistant Director ███████ at the ██████████, ██ office for retrieval and replacement with an inert substitute. The standard “Man in Black” concealment pattern is recommended for these scenarios, and for incidents where UIU is operating in the same theater as Foundation elements.

FBI agents operating for the UIU have engaged in combat operations with Foundation Operatives and the Islamic Revolutionary Guard as detailed in ████████ of the Bowe Commission Reports.

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The Global Occult Coalition (GOC)

The GOC was created in the aftermath of WWII, from the remnants of defecting Occultists, Psychics, Priests and Scientists from Nazi, Soviet and Allied states, brought together and formed by the Allies. As the world stage broadened, so too did the number of countries that had their hands in the GOC, until it became what it is today.

The GOC are a largely political force, seeing themselves as the police of the paranormal world. They pride themselves on destroying supernatural entities, and make use of the most high tech experimental technology possible, obtained from their benefactors. Many potential SCPs have been destroyed by them before the Foundation could obtain and contain them.

They have been both on the side of the Foundation, and against it at times, depending on the situation. They largely hold the Foundation in contempt for their use and containment of SCP rather than their out and out destruction. The GOC has respected the Foundation’s formidable might enough to leave it mostly alone, although there have been some questionable incidents with which the GOC have strictly denied involvement.

Agents of the GOC are to be treated with suspicion.

The GOC are known to have involved themselves with SCP-1609.

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The Fifth Church

“This church is to other churches what clowns are to people. There are some superficial similarities, but all the wrong things are being emphasized and exaggerated so you can’t quite put your finger on what is wrong… Sure, it isn’t out to get you, but what does it mean? Why is it there? What happens if it calls to you?” —Dr. █████

The Fifth Church, also known as the Church of Fifthism or the Fifthist Fellowship, is a highly secretive religious organization which possesses ties throughout the entertainment industry. Despite repeated investigations, culminating in the 2007 nationwide sting known as Operation Stargazer, no further details regarding its doctrines, its practices, its number of members, or its goals have been confirmed, although a watchlist is maintained of 100 confirmed and suspected Fifthist celebrities and other prominent personalities. Its origins have been placed in varying points in the mid-20th Century and various locations in North America and Asia, but some sources have dated it to centuries earlier.

The Fifth Church has never communicated directly with the SCP Foundation, but is to be considered a hostile force.

Objects attributed to this group which are currently under Foundation custody include SCP-1523, SCP-1982, SCP-1724, and SCP-1425.

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GRU Division “P”

Originally named the GRU Abnormal Occurences Commission, it was estabilished in early 1935 by direct decree of J. V. Stalin, its first task being the investigation of the murder of S. M. Kirov.

During WWII, the Commission expanded into Division “P” – Psychotronics, working to counteract anomalous threats from the SS, Ahnenerbe, and Vatican, and to capture and study anomalous artefacts both home and abroad for the benefit of the Soviet government. Division “P” has carried on with this role throughout the Cold War, making Foundation operations in the countries of the Comintern difficult.

After 1991, rushed restructuring coupled with budget cuts and the decommissioning and sale of a large number of assets resulted in numerous defections of their personnel1, and the flooding of european black market with anomalous items formerly in their possession. Currently, the Group of Interest poses little direct threat to the Foundation.
Objects associated with GRU Division “P” are SCP-1011, SCP-1723 and SCP-1232


  • A significant proportion of both Chaos Insurgency and MC&D operatives in Eastern Europe come from GRU Division “P” ranks
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The Chaos Insurgency

The Chaos Insurgency is a splinter group of the Foundation, created by a rogue cell that went A.W.O.L. with several highly useful SCPs in 1924. Since then, the Insurgency has become a major player on the world stage, using the SCPs that it obtains for its own personal benefit, and to consolidate its global power base. The Insurgency not only deals in SCPs, but also in weapons running and intelligence gathering.

It makes use of dictator regimes in Third World countries, often using their populations in the same manner as the Foundation does D Class Personnel. Because of this, it helps to maintain the extreme poverty and war that is suffered by these countries, so that it can continue its radical experimentation, easy conscription of forces, and lucrative business deals with rebel factions.

Most of the SCPs possessed by the Insurgency are unknown, but of those that are known, the most notable are the “Staff of Hermes”, an item capable of warping the physical and chemical properties of any matter it touches, and the “Bell of Entropy”, an object that can cause a variety of destructive effects depending on where it is struck. Both of these SCPs were originally obtained at no small cost by the Foundation, and were stolen by the original founders of the Insurgency. The Insurgency also has a known association with SCP-355 and SCP-884.

The main base of operations of the Insurgency is unknown, as are its leaders. This organization is directly antagonistic to the Foundation, coming to clash over SCP several times. Personnel are made to be aware of possible raids, terrorist attempts, and spies from the Insurgency, and to notify command about any strange behavior of fellow personnel.

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Are We Cool Yet?

A collective of “art terrorists”, the members of Are We Cool Yet? are capable of either obtaining or producing anomalous objects and entities, and using them to create art installations. These installations are placed for maximum public exposure, and are often — but not always — fatal to bystanders; the phrase “are we cool yet?” is always present in some way.

Anomalies linked to Are We Cool Yet? include SCP-1018, SCP-1043, SCP-1057, SCP-1074, SCP-1999, and transcript of intercepted broadcast.

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Item #: SCP-682

Object Class: Keter

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-682 must be destroyed as soon as possible. At this time, no means available to SCP teams are capable of destroying SCP-682, only able to cause massive physical damage. SCP-682 should be contained within a 5 m x 5 m x 5 m chamber with 25.4 cm reinforced acid-resistant steel plate lining all inside surfaces. The containment chamber should be filled with hydrochloric acid until SCP-682 is submerged and incapacitated. Any attempts of SCP-682 to move, speak, or breach containment should be reacted to quickly and with full force as called for by the circumstances.

SCP-682 shortly after escaping from containment, still recovering from acid immersion.

Personnel are forbidden to speak to SCP-682, for fear of provoking a rage-state. All unauthorized personnel attempting to communicate to SCP-682 will be restrained and removed by force.

Due to its frequent attempts at containment breach, difficulty of containment and incapacitation, and high threat of Foundation Exposure, SCP-682 is to be contained in site [REDACTED]. The Foundation will use the best of its resources to maintain all land within fifty (50) kilometers clear of human development.

Description: SCP-682 is a large, vaguely reptile-like creature of unknown origin. It appears to be extremely intelligent, and was observed to engage in complex communication with SCP-079 during their limited time of exposure. SCP-682 appears to have a hatred of all life, which has been expressed in several interviews during containment. (See Addendum 682-B).

SCP-682 has always been observed to have extremely high strength, speed, and reflexes, though exact levels vary with its form. SCP-682’s physical body grows and changes very quickly, growing or decreasing in size at it consumes or sheds material. SCP-682 gains energy from anything it ingests, organic or inorganic. Digestion seems to be aided by a set of filtering gills inside of SCP-682’s nostrils, which are able to remove usable matter from any liquid solution, enabling it to constantly regenerate from the acid it is contained in. SCP-682’s regenerative capabilities and resilience are staggering, and SCP-682 has been seen moving and speaking with its body 87% destroyed or rotted.

In case of containment breach, SCP-682 is to be tracked and re-captured by all available Mobile Task Forces, and no teams with fewer than seven (7) members are cleared to engage it. To date (██-██-████), attempted breaches have numbered at seventeen (17), while successful breaches have numbered at six (6). (See Addendum 682-D).

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Item #: 963
Item Class: Euclide

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-963-1 is to be given into the care of a current D level operative, as well as personnel classified as Dr. Bright’s assistant. This assistant is to be chosen by O5-█ for loyalty to the Foundation, as well as psychological stability.
SCP-963 is to be attached to the subject’s forehead or the back of the subject’s hand using a suitably strong epoxy.
SCP-963-1 is now hung by a chain from subject’s neck. 963-1 is not allowed to be hidden upon the subject’s body. Any attempt to do so will be met with lethal force.

-If the current D-level subject exceeds a thirty-day life span, they are to be executed and a new subject chosen to wear 963-1. – , By order of O5-█, any body SCP-963-1 is installed upon is given a stay of execution until it passes on of natural causes, or 963-1 is transferred to a new host.

By order of O5-█, any body SCP-963-1 is installed upon is given a stay of execution until it passes on of natural causes, or 963-1 is transferred to a new host. Rescinded, O5-6, O5-8, O5-9.

Description: SCP-963-1 is an ornate amulet approximately 15 centimeters in circumference made from white gold, with thirteen (13) ██k brilliant-cut diamonds surrounding a ███k oval-cut ruby in a starburst pattern. It was discovered in the personal effects of ██████ ███ who had been found dead by apparent suicide, surrounded by a number of supernaturally-related books. Our Agent in the area found that 963-1 was incapable of being damaged and brought it in according to protocol XLR-8R-██.

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Also, this topic is dead, so yeah.

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SCP-582; Bundle – Ability: Passive Reality Manipulation

This is what people refer to as the “Slender Man” and his abilities to mess with your mind, give you “slendersickness” and nausea. If you can fill in the blanks, it all fits together. I’ve found all but one ;)