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Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-xxx will be kept in a fenced area 15 meters by 20 meters inside the building it was originally found, referred to as Site-xxx. All entrances to the building housing SCP-xxx will be secured with a two-factor locking system, composing of a hand-print bio-metric lock, and a key-code lock, restricted to personnel with level 3 clearance or higher. Windows will be cemented over, and reinforced with interlocking steel plates. Security personnel will consist of 15 guards, with no less than 5 active duty at a time. Access to small arms will be provided in the event of a containment breach from outside sources. Guards will live on-site in temporary bunk housing. Under no circumstances is SCP-xxx-A to be allowed to lose power. This will cause the loss of all subject contained within SCP-xxx-B. Containment area shall be staffed by at least two personnel from Foundation engineering at all times.

Description: SCP-xxx consists of two parts, here-in referred to as SCP-xxx-A, and SCP-xxx-B.

SCP-xxx-A is a supercomputer, measuring 1.21 meters by .61 meters. It is built largely from parts dating back to the late 1970's and early 1980's. The outside case is made completely out of natural mahogany, which shows heavy signs of aging, held together with brackets, nuts, and bolts made from brass. Further notes about the storage system can be found under SCP-xxx-B

Attached to the only output on SCP-xxx-A is an imaging device, determined to be an OLED monitor of an unknown manufacture. Built into the outer casing is a complete, hand-carved wooden keyboard, made of the same wood as the rest of the unit. Keyboard is standard "AZERTY" format. Human remains were found sitting in front of the keyboard. Carbon dating on the skeletal remains show them to be approximately 56 years old. At this time, the remains have been removed to a low-security Foundation storage facility. Note: Moving SCP-xxx-A is not recommended at the current time, due to the high probability of losing all subjects contained within SCP-xxx-B

SCP-xxx-B will refer to the storage media inside of SCP-xxx-A. Each individual contained inside SCP-xxx-B will be identified using a post-pended dash followed by a number.

After securing the area, SCP-xxx was found to be in a power-saving mode. After power systems were verified and repairs were made, the unit was booted into an unknown OS. Immediately, an apparent artificial intelligence calling itself "James" asked who had booted the system. See interview notes for more about subject SCP-xxx-B-1 "James." One member of the containment personnel attempted to answer using the keyboard and, based on witness reports from other staff, he immediately jumped back, complaining of a shock, then dropped to the ground. A medical team was dispatched, which reported no brain activity. One staff member, during the events taking place noticed a new message from James appeared on the screen, "It was dreadfully boring here, thank you for sending someone to talk to me."


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