Lusophone Mobile Task Forces


Mobile Task Forces (MTFs) are elite units comprised of personnel selected by the Foundation. They are mobilized to deal with specific threats or extraordinary situations that exceed the operational or expertise capabilities of standard personnel. As suggested by the nomenclature, these units are mobilized between facilities and locations situationally.

These units vary in size, composition, coordination, maintenance, and administration. Task forces are supported by vehicles, equipment, Intelligence support in the manner of a police unit or armada detachment according to their needs, including detachments from specialized facilities of the Foundation that do not necessarily comprise task forces, and even from other task forces.

While dispatched in the field, task force members disguise appropriately to deal with the public, working undercover as emergency responders, police forces, federal forces, and even military personnel.


The units are idiosyncratically structured to meet their needs and particularities. While combat-oriented task forces may follow organizational structures similar to a military/police unit, noncombative action-oriented units can follow esoteric structures.

Task-forces comprised of large resource detachments can be divided into smaller troops and teams with their own administrative officers. Thus, the cohesion between units varies; certain task-forces consist of personnel with years of engagement that have experience working with other groups, while others are relatively inexperienced.


Mobile Task Forces are managed by the Operations Coordination Department — Task Forces Directorate; and are commissioned by the Lusophone Board of Directors, by the Administrative Departments of the Foundation or through relevant regional and local initiatives of facilities.

By the Standard Regulation No. 056/2001 of the Lusophone Board of Directors, all administrative regions within a national territory must have, active at all times, at least:

  • 1 Assault and Hazardous Elements Neutralization Task Force;
  • 1 Assault and Hazardous Elements Containment Task Force;
  • 1 Assault and Hazardous Elements Investigation Task Force;
  • 1 Primary Assault Task Force1;
  • 1 Secondary Assault Task Force2;
  • 1 Material Containment Task Force;
  • 1 Human Containment Task Force;
  • 1 Fauna and Flora Studies and Containment Task Force;
  • 1 Geographical and Similar Studies and Containment Task Force;
  • 1 Control and Disinformation Task Force;
  • 1 Demolition Task Force;
  • 1 Multidisciplinary Engineering Task Force;
  • 1 Information Technology Specialized Task Force;
  • 1 Thaumaturgic Specialized Task Force;
  • 1 Technic-Scientific Specialized Task Force on Physics Study Fields;
  • 1 Tactical Espionage and Counterespionage Operations Task Force;
  • 1 Tactical Maritime and Oceanographic Operations Task Force;

Mobile Task Forces typically remain garnished in secure facilities while not in operation.

By default, Lusophone Mobile Task Forces are named as follows:

  • Mobile Task Force PT#-X — "Y"


  • # is a number between 1 and 99;
  • X is a non-obsolete, non-numeric Greek letter;
  • Y is optional; a title pertaining to the task force;

Click here to go to the list of Mobile Task Forces on the Anglophone wiki.

List of Lusophone Mobile Task Forces

MTF PT47-ε ("Children of Leshii")


Task Force Mission: Initially created to contain the expansion of SCP-189-PT, Mobile Task Force PT47-ε handles containment and seizure of biological anomalies, as well as cleaning up areas affected by them. MTF PT47-ε integrates botanists, biologists and environmental engineers with military training.

Assistance in the Containment of Objects:

MTF PT15-Σ ("Serket's Stinger")


Task Force Mission: Mobile Task Force PT15-Σ specializes in containing highly hazardous chemical anomalies. Being composed of toxicologists experienced in the development of the most varied types of substances.

Assistance in the Containment of Objects:

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