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[[tab Gamers Against Weed]]

Gamers Against Weed (GAW)
Origin:
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Creator:
Unknown
The entire World
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- Online group of people that create anomalous items, often based on memes.
- Pacifists. They avoid harming the innocent, but love to play pranks.
- Founding member used to be part of AWCY? but went AWOL.
- Don't care about the Foundation.

Gamers against Weed towards other GoI

Arcadia
Some of the Gamers are aware of Arcadia video games, and advise others never to play them. Not everyone listens.
Are We Cool Yet?
Despite originating in the collective, the Gamers strongly oppose Are We Cool Yet?.
Division XXV
Gamers Against Weed are unaware of Division XXV and seldom use some of its remains in their schemes.
Doctor Wondertainment
Gamers Against Weed parodied Doctor Wondertainment with its own Little Misters Series, "Misters Against Weed".
The Hive
The Gamer Against Weed have limited information about the Hive, and only know it from stories circulating in the anomalous community.
Global Occult Coalition
The Gamers are aware of the efforts of the Global Occult Coalition to apprehend them, but don’t care - the GOC's been unsuccessful so far.
LETTERS Entertainment
Some of the Gamers are very interested in getting their hands on anomalous LETTERS Entertainment video games.
Noonday Oak Troupe
GAW appreciate NOTE as entertainers. It is reported that the members of GAW are occasionally present as members of the audience at NOTE's performances.
PlugSoft
Some of the Gamers are very interested in getting their hands on anomalous PlugSoft video games.
Serpent's Hand
Ester and JJ, founding members of Gamers Against Weed, are know associates of the Serpent's Hand.
Shūshū-In
A "Mister Against Weed" produced by Japanese members was collected by Shūshū-In.
St. Christina College
At least one member of Gamer's Against Weed attended St. Christina's College.
Unusual Incidents Unit
Most members of GAW just see the UIU as a potential target for pranks, but a few hold a more personal grudge .

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[[tab Global Occult Coalition]]

Global Occult Coalition (GOC)
Origin:
Active in:
Creator:
International
The entire World
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- The paranormal counterpart to the United Nations, with a Council of 108 occult organisations.
- Successor to the Allied Occult Initiative, which opposed the Nazi Obskurrakorps during World War II (the Seventh Occult War).
- Openly political organization, regards itself as the police of the paranormal world.
- Notable targets include OBSKURRA (remnants of the Obskurrakorps) and Scarlet Hammer (ex-Soviet paracrime syndicate).
- Rival to the Foundation. Although the organisations have carried out many joint-operations, the GOC prefers to destroy rather than contain anomalies.
- Despite its stated mission to eliminate and conceal "parathreats", it allows magic users (Thaumaturgists) to join, and utilises anomalous objects and advanced experimental technology in the field.
- Tries to minimise civilian causalities.

The Global Occult Coalition towards other GoI

8th Department of National Security Bureau, R. O. C.
The Department is seen as a high level threat to normalcy by the GOC since WWII, and will be subject to summary neutralization if encountered.
African Office of Occult Affairs
Although a member of the Allied Occult Initiative during the Seventh Occult War, valued by the GOC for preserving normalcy in the African continent, the Office, codeword "Fez Azur", was harshly criticized by the GOC for its imperialist and colonialist policies following the end of WW2.
Alexylva University
The GOC is aware of Alexsylva, giving it the codeword "Argead". They endeavour to limit their contact with our universe.
Ambrose Restaurant
The Ambrose restaurant is on the GOCs watchlist and gets raided when discovered.
Anderson Robotics
The GOC contracted Anderson Robotics, codeword "Heru", to supply them with some of their advanced technology.
Anomalous Materials Information and Security System
The GOC helped to found the organisation in 1949, and continues to support the organisation in the present day, although their funding is much diminished since the end of the Cold War.
Are We Cool Yet?
The GOC destroys any of the creations of Are We Cool Yet? that it can get its hands on, codeword "Warhol".
Association of Black Magic Power Users
The Association are considered parathreats, due to their violation of several GOC resolutions that provided a legally enforceable definition of "Black Magic".
Beyond Entropy
The GOC regards Beyond Entropy as a threat to normalcy, and if given the opportunity will either confiscate or destroy the group's anomalous technology.
Celeste
The GOC is tracking Celeste, but does not regard it as a high priority target, although its technology may be of use to the GOC.
Chaos Insurgency
The GOC has only limited information about the Chaos Insurgency, codeword "Carcinoma", and is currently keeping it's distance. It will interfere with their operations, but prioritises the gathering of more information.
The Chicago Spirit
The GOC has only limited information about the Chicago Spectre, codeword "Disco", but will strike when it gets a target.
Church of the Broken God
The GOC and the Church are enemies, since the GOC's dogma requires they destroy or capture anomalies created or worshipped by the Church, codeword "Ford". Any possible reconstruction of the "Broken God" would be met with a drastic response from the GOC.
Church of the Second Hytoth
The GOC and the Church are enemies due to the risk of the Church, codeword "Barlowe", revealing the existence of extraterrestrials to the general public (something that the GOC has gone to great lengths to conceal).
Cobweb International
Because of Cobweb's liberal use of anomalies without any care for secrecy, relations with the GOC are strained.
The Civilian
The Global Occult Coalition denies claims saying that some members of The Civilian are former GOC applicants and and defends against the most raids by it.
Deer College
The GOC sponsors Deer Colleges rival, the International Center for the Study of Unified Thaumatology (ICSUT).
Dinodon's Hand
Given that this is the Korean Branch of the Serpent's Hand, it is one of the primary targets of the GOC's Far East branch.
Division XXV
The GOC only leaned about Division XXV through an information exchange with the Foundation, due to Division XXV having, for the main-part, avoided the organisation during its entire existence. Now, it tries to seek out and destroy or use its anomalies.
Doctor Wondertainment
The GOC regards Doctor Wondertainment, codeword "Kringle", as a major threat to normalcy and intends to neutralise the individual/individuals/corporation as soon as they're able to locate him/her/them/it.
The Factory
The GOC plans to assault the Factory, codeword "Venice", as soon as its facilities can be located.
Fascist Council of the Occult
The GOC supports the efforts of the Anomalous Materials Information and Security System to oppose the Council's activities.
The Fifth Church
The GOC aims to eliminate Fifthism, codeword "Copernicus", as a threat to normalcy.
Fixed Flowers
The GOC regards Fixed Flowers as a threat to the status quo, and seeks to disrupt their operations using any necessary force.
The Fourth Reich
The GOC considers Mister Rass, his Acolytes and their creations as parathreats, codeword "Utgard Nidhog", but due to 4R's secrecy the GOC has been unable to neutralise the occult Nazi group, or even impede its operations.
Gamers Against Weed
The GOC monitors the Gamers, codeword "Reefer", but lack any methods to contact or apprehend them.
Grotto of Gangrenous God
The GOC considers the Grotto of Gangrenous God to be a major threat to normalcy that they intend to neutralise.
GRU Division "P"
The GOC regarded the experiments of the GRU Division "P", codeword "Scarlet Dagger", as a dangerous escalation of the paranormal arms race between various powers, but couldn't openly oppose them due to the influence of the Soviet Union. They're much more able to deal with modern remnants without government backing.
GpExpress
The GOC destroyed a GpExpress-site in a raid and even attacks transports of the group.
Herman Fuller's Circus of the Disquieting
The GOC intends to terminate all members of the Circus, codeword "McGinnis", as soon as they're able to track them all down.
The Horizon Initiative
The secular GOC regards the Horizon Initiative, codeword "Trinity", as a dangerous (but frequently useful) group of religious fanatics.
The Hive
The Hive , codeword "Leviathan", is a priority target of the GOC because of its scientific prowess and ability to gather intel. It is aware of the Hives sabotage inside its ranks and tries its best to track down people with telepathic links.
Humanist Gentlemen
The Humanist Gentlemen, codeword "Galileo", have been placed under an arrest warrant by the Global Occult Coalition, being described as a significant menace to normalcy.
IJAMEA
The Allied Occult Initiative opposed IJAMEA, codeword "Sunset Glory", in the Pacific theatre of the Seventh Occult War (concurrent with World War II), and the GOC continues to oppose its modern successors.
Institut für menschliche Bildung und Weiterentwicklung
The GOC views the institute, codeword "Darwin", as a major threat to normalcy. Professor Voss is definitely considered a parathreat, although his abilities and form change so frequently that the GOC is unsure of exactly how to classify him.
Imperial Japanese Army Special Medical Force
The Allied Occult Initiative opposed the experiments of "Unit Negative Numbers", codeword "Sunset Lycoris", and neutralised as many of them as possible. The GOC is still searching for the few members of the Unit still at large, and not neutralised, detained or recruited by the GOC.
Japanese Anomalous Groups Peace and Amity Treaty Organization
The GOC is one of the signatories of JACPATO.
Japan Organisms Improvement and Creation Laboratory
The GOC regards the creations of JOICL, codeword "Shelley", as a significant threat to normalcy, and has place the group under observation.
Logos Inc.
Originally a joint project backed by both the Foundation and the GOC, but now gone rogue and considered a target of the GOC.
Manna Charitable Foundation
Although opposed to some of their uses of anomalies, the GOC intends to work with the MCF, codeword "Teresa".
Mages Academy
As an occult organisation not subordinate to the GOC or part of the Council of 108, members of the Mages Academy, codeword "Houdini", are regarded as parathreats by the GOC. However, the GOC has no intention of starting another Occult War, and so is not currently planning an overt assault on the Academy, although they do intend to gather as much intel on the Academy as possible.
Marshall, Carter, and Dark Ltd.
The GOC is wary of Marshall, Carter, and Dark, codeword "McConnell", due to their financial and political influence. The GOC considers them to be a criminal organisation, but keeps conflicts to a minimum unless attacked.
Meat Circus
The GOC considers the Meat Circus, as the creator of many parathreats, as one of their priority targets for neutralisation.
National Gendastrerie
The National Gendastrerie, codeword "Casque Azur", strives to protect French sovereignty in anomalous matters, and so although they cooperate with the GOC relations are sometimes strained.
Noonday Oak Troupe
The GOC is tracking NOTE, but doesn't regard it as a high priority target.
Office For The Reclamation of Islamic Artifacts
The GOC regard ORIA, codeword "Andromeda Sesame", as a threat to its global hegemony.
Oneiroi
The GOC regards the Oneiroi as a political entity, codeword "Flanders", to be dealt with diplomatically if possible but forcibly if necessary.
Order of Light
The Order, codeword "Angelico", has the same origin as GOC 108 Council members also linked to the Knight's Templar, and so while the Order has refused to join the GOC it can be approached diplomatically rather than with military force.
Parawatch
The GOC is observing Parawatch forums, codeword "Poe", but doesn't think there's any danger of them actually discovering the real conspiracies behind the current world order.
PlugSoft
The GOC is aware of PlugSoft, but doesn't regard it as a high priority target.
"Progress" Research Institute
The GOC is monitoring the Research Institute as a threat to the concealment of the paranormal. They were previously unable to shut it down due to its backing by the Soviet Union, now the only thing stopping them from striking is being unaware of its current location.
Prometheus Labs
The GOC took an interest in Prometheus Labs' technology, codeword "Burnout", but is glad that they're now liquidated and no longer distributing it.
Primordial
The paranormal mercenary group, codeword "Léon", is technically considered a wanted organisation, but for classified reasons the GOC has decided not to act against it at this time.
Raptor Tec. Industries
The GOC was interested in RTI for similar reasons to the Foundation, even though the GOC already has their own advanced technology.
Saiga Factions
The GOC regards the elimination of the Saiga Factions, codeword "Schrödinger", as a high priority, and will use any means necessary to keep them out of this universe.
SAPPHIRE
Although SAPPHIRE was once a member of the GOC's Council of 108, the GOC now regards SAPPHIRE as a dangerous terrorist group, codeword "Dawkins".
Sarkic Cults
The GOC regards the Sarkic Cults, codeword "Moreau", as a group of Parathreats, although small and harmless sects may go unnoticed or be deliberately ignored.
Serpent's Hand
The GOC regards the Serpent's Hand, codeword "Lerna", as a terrorist organisation and one of their top priorities for neutralisation, since the Serpent's Hand frequently interferes with the GOC's efforts to neutralise parathreats.
Shūshū-In
The Allied Occult Initiative opposed Shūshū-In, codeword "Sunset Daisy" in the Pacific theatre of the Seventh Occult War (concurrent with World War II). While the GOC considers the organisation liquidated, it also opposes any of its modern remnants.
Sonderkommando for the Paranormal
The Allied Occult Initiative opposed the SKP in addition to the Obskurrakorps. If the SKP from the alternative universe, codeword "Utgard Fenrir", breaks through into ours, the modern GOC will be forced to respond with a declaration of war.
Special Security Commission
The GOC had a neutral attitude towards the Spanish Special Security Commission, with some cooperation between them in the Commission's later years.
The Three Moon Initiative
Although not totally opposed to cooperation in the face of a greater threat, the GOC regards the Initiative, codeword "Godwin", as a threat to Earth's sovereignty.
Tou-Hei Heavy Industries
The GOC regards the creations of Tou-Hei Heavy Industries, codeword "Roussel", as a threat to normalcy and has place the group under observation.
Tsar Seer's
Some of the Seers are employed by the GOC for their know-how.
Univers'Island Kingdom
The GOC is aware of the Kingdom, giving it the codeword "Crusoe". They endeavour to prevent it from intruding into our universe through any necessary force.
Unusual Incidents Unit
Both organisations worked together in the past, although the GOC has never considered it necessary to explain to the UIU, codeword "Renegade Latrans", what it even is.
The Violet
The GOC regards the Violet's incursion as a major threat, and will take all necessary measures to eradicate invading organisms.
Wilson's Wildlife Solutions
The GOC is not actively hostile towards WWS, codeword "Zoo", but if given they opportunity they would most likely terminate most of the anomalous animals that WWS looks after.
Das Wunderkabinett
The GOC is tracking Das Wunderkabinett , codeword "Funke", but does not currently regard it as a high priority target. They use the St. Caesarius Hospital to monitor the group, as they do not yet know about their teleportation ability.
Zero Team, Royal Hong Kong Police
Should the need arise, both organizations will cooperate to hunt down paranormal criminals.

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[[tab GRU Division "P"]]

GRU Division "P"
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USSR
Russia (and all other socialist countries during the Cold War)
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- Organisation tasked with the recovery and study of anomalies, founded by Josef Stalin in 1935.
- During WWII, worked to counteract anomalous threats from the Obskurracorps and the Vatican, and to capture and study anomalies for the benefit of the Soviet government.
- Made the work of the Foundation in socialist countries difficult during the Cold War.
- Got severely downgraded in 1991, causing many of its members to defect and the black market to be flooded with stolen anomalous artefacts, helping to form the paracrime syndicate known as Scarlet Hammer by the GOC.
- Poses little thread to the Foundation today.
- Was not above abducting, torturing and killing people to further its goals.

The GRU Division "P" towards other GoI

African Office of Occult Affairs
During the Cold War, the AOOC and the GRU Division "P" were in conflict over control over the paranormal in Africa.
The Cuban Ministry of Anomalies
The GRU Division "P" was one of the major backers of the much smaller Cuban organisation.
Division XXV
GRU Division "P" only found out about Division XXV long after its disbandment and started searching for its anomalies for study and containment.
The Global Occult Coalition
GRU Division "P" regarded the GOC as a tool of the Capitalist West, but could not oppose it directly.
The Hive
The GRU Division "P" became aware of the Hive and its infiltration in 1976. Since then it tries everything it can to find out saboteurs and spies with varying success. The Hive itself is viewed as a threat to Russia and therefore a target for elimination.
Research Institute "Progress"
The GRU Division "P" regarded the institute as a competitor for funding.
Sonderkommando for the Paranormal
The GRU Division "P" opposed the SKP during WWII.
Special Security Commission
The GRU Division "P" last encountered the Commission during the Spanish Civil War, in which the Commission was able to defeat them and the republican forces they supported, with help from both the Obskuracorps and the Church of the Broken God.
Tsar's Seers
GRU Division "P" persecutes the Seers for their knowledge about anomalous artifacts and the history the Seers had with Russia.

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[[tab Herman Fuller's Circus of the Disquieting]]

Herman Fuller's Circus of the Disquieting
Origin: Unknown
Active in:
Creator:
Illinois, United States
The entire world, multiple universes
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- Traveling circus run by anomalous beings.
- Most human performers possess anomalous deformities or abilities.
- Sometimes leaves behind persons and objects for the Foundation to pick up.
- Possesses the Kaleidoscope, a device allowing it to create portals through space and dimensions.
- Constantly on the run from the Foundation, which it refers to as "Essie P".
- Normally tries to keep its audience safe, but errors can happen. A similar fact holds true for its performers.
- Herman Fuller, the ringmaster, abducts, hurt and kills people as it suits him.
- Fuller may have been replaced as Ringmaster by Icky the Magic Clown, with the circus now run by the Man with the Upside-Down Face.

Herman Fuller’s Circus of the Disquieting towards other GoI

Ambrose Restaurant
The Circus is a patron of the restaurant and gets various foodstuffs from them.
Division XXV
The Circus tried to avoid the GDR because it would in most cases get attacked by the Deutsche Volkspolizei. It never realized that it was actually Division XXV and therefore only happens upon its remains by chance.
Gamers Against Weed
SCP-3245 claims to have been employed by the Circus as a midway game-runner.
Global Occult Coalition
The Circus fears attacks from the "Geo-Sea", and responds violently to any encounter with GOC agents.
The Hive
The Circus is aware of the Hive and wary towards it but doesn’t know it got already infiltrated.
Marshall, Carter, and Dark Ltd.
The Circus has been known to purchase anomalies from MC&D, usually on the pretence of "rescuing" them, and has even sent a representative to the circus. Circus folk refer to them as "Emcee D", "Mickey D's", and "the rich kids".
Meat Circus
Herman Fuller was known to have employed a former member of the Meat Circus. Their trademark black metal was used to construct SCP-1695.
Noonday Oak Troupe
Some members of Herman Fuller's Circus ran away to perform for NOTE instead.
Sarkic Cults
Herman Fuller once tried to use Sarkic magic to gain immortality. It didn't end well.
Serpent's Hand
Herman Fuller doesn't identify with the beliefs of the Serpent's Hand, and keeps his distance from it. That's probably also because he stole several books from the Library. Other members of the Circus are much more sympathetic to the Serpent's Hand.
Unusual Incidents Unit
The Circus considers the UIU to be a non-threat, and will occasionally toy with any agents unfortunate enough to stumble into them. Circus folk occasionally refer to them as "the Ooweeoo", "the Flatfoots", and "the Mibs".
Wilson’s Wildlife Solutions
Wilson’s Wildlife Solutions considers the Circus' use of anomalous animals to be unethical and exploitative.
Das Wunderkabinett
The Circus has a good relationship with Das Wunderkabinett, supplying them with Clown Milk for making soda.

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[[tab Horizon Initiative]]

Horizon Initiative
Origin:
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Creator:
Unknown
The entire World
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- Organization created in the late 1960s by various influential sects in the main three Abrahamic religions
- Tasked with the destruction or recovery of anomalous objects to further and unify the Abrahamic faiths.
- Led by the three leaders of the three largest sects involved in its creation.
- Internal strife limits these leaders control over the organisation.
- Members are divided into Scribes (research), Shepherds (information gathering) and Wolves (combat units).
- Sentiments towards the Foundation fluctuates from hostile to cooperative, depending on the task at hand.
- Not above hurting and killing "heretics".

The Horizon Initiative towards other GoI

Anderson Robotics
Their use of anomalous features in human-created technology is opposed by the Initiative.
Are We Cool Yet?
Held in low regard due to their lack of respect for human life, but not a priority target.
Chaos Insurgency
The Initiative opposes their disregard for human life.
Church of the Broken God
The Initiative actively pursues the elimination of the Church and its artefacts.
Confraternity of Saint George’s Knights
Although they have their disagreements, the Horizon Initiative considers the Knights to be allies.
Division XXV
The Horizon Initiative still has no information regarding Division XXV, and destroys most of its anomalies when it sees no use in them.
The Fifth Church
The Initiative actively pursues the elimination of the Fifth Church.
Gamers Against Weed
The Initiative disapproves of their whimsical and irreverent approach to the anomalous.
Global Occult Coalition
The Horizon Initiative regards the GOC as a useful ally (at least when they're not trying to destroy the Initiative's holy relics), but as too secular to truly be effective.
Herman Fuller's Circus of the Disquieting
Held in low standing due to their lack of respect for human life, but not a priority target.
The Hive
The Hive is an annoying but evasive target of the Horizon Initiative because of ongoing attacks, heists and manipulation.
Marshall, Carter and Dark
The Initiative has had dealings with Marshall, Carter and Dark, but regards them as untrustworthy.
Office for the Reclamation of Islamic Artefacts
ORIA and the Initiative often come into conflict, due to ORIA being a Shia Muslim majority group, which conflicts with the Initiative's Sunni majority.
"The Galactic Federation"
The Initiative actively pursues the elimination of this Cult.
Prometheus Labs
Their use of anomalous features in human-created technology was opposed by the Initiative.
SAPPHIRE
As a religious organisation, the Horizon Initiative has been targeted by SAPPHIRE and is taking measures to protect itself and the believers it represents.
Sarkic Cults
The Initiative actively pursues the elimination of the Sarkic Cults.
Serpent's Hand
The Initiative supports most cells of the Serpent's Hand in exchange for a supply of anomalous items.
Special Security Commission
Although the Horizon Initiative offered their aid to the Special Security Commission, their National Catholic ideology was too narrow to allow for cooperation with the interfaith Initiative. In the early 1970s, the Commission mellowed and allowed Christian members of the Initiative to examine religious anomalies like SCP-ES-101.

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[[tab IJAMEA]]

Imperial Japanese Anomalous Matters Examination Agency (IJAMEA)
Origin:
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Creator:
Meiji Japan
Japan (and its colonies)
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- Organisation tasked with researching the paranormal, using a scientific basis.
- Founded in 1901 and trained by the IGAMEA (Imperial German Anomalous Matters Examination Agency).
- Got deployed in both World Wars and several others to fight for its country. Overall, its projects had little impact.
- Gave many anomalies a Japanese reinterpretation to assert their dominance.
- Got dissolved in 1945 after Imperial Japan's surrender, but some of its members fight to this day under the Kagure Shogun.
- Hostile towards the Foundation.
- Tortured, abducted and killed anyone it needed to.

The Imperial Japanese Anomalous Matters Examination Agency towards other GoI

8th Department of National Security Bureau, R. O. C.
Although there are no records about encounters between the two during the war, both have engaged repeatedly in recent times.
Dinodon’s Hand
In the 1920s-30s, the Korean Serpent’s Hand was one of the main enemies of IJAMEA in the Korean Anarchistic Resistance.
Division XXV
The remains of IJAMEA today have a faint idea about the existence of Division XXV and attempt to acquire as many of their anomalies as they can.
The Hive
The Hive is a persistent thorn in the flesh of the remains of IJAMEA. The Kagure Shogun is aware of their infiltration and tries to counteract or even use it for IJAMEA’s own gain.
Imperial Japanese Army Special Medical Force
"Unit Negative Numbers" was an independent organisation not controlled by IJAMEA.
Shūshū-In
The methods used by Shūshū-In, although effective, were derided as primitive and superstitious by the more "modern" IJAMEA.
Tsar's Seers
As IJAMEA stole numerous anomalous objects from Russia, it had to watch out for the sabotage and attacks from the Seers.

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[[tab Manna Charitable Foundation]]

Manna Charitable Foundation
Origin:
Active in:
Creator:
Unknown
The entire World
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- Interfaith humanitarian relief agency founded in 1971.
- Aims at the free distribution of anomalies to help everybody in need.
- Gains its funds from associations with various charitable groups, religious organizations and, on occasion, from wealthy philanthropists or academic institutions.
- Their help often makes things worse, since they often don't understand the anomalies they use well enough.
- Neutral towards the Foundation, although the Foundation does try to shut down their operations.
- Avoid to hurt anybody at all costs, that, however, does not extent to the unpredictable nature of some of the anomalies they use.

The Manna Charitable Foundation towards other GoI

Cobweb International
The Mana Charitable Foundation is a frequent customer if it needs protection in dangerous areas.
Division XXV
The Manna Charitable Foundation launched a few operations in the GDR, causing a few incidents until Division XXV got fed up from covering up its mess and catching the ones responsible and simply barred every known asset of the Manna Charitable Foundation from entering East-Germany. The Manna Charitable Foundation never found out who was responsible for its exclusion and disregards most of the Divisions anomalies, since they are harmful.
Doctor Wondertainment
MCF have accepted at least 16 donations from Doctor Wondertainment Enterprises since 1978.
The Factory
MCF received a donation from the Factory, but discontinued it due to security concerns.
Global Occult Coalition
The MCF has received multiple charitable donations from the GOC.
The Hive
The Hive is a supporter of the Foundations endeavors, putting it on good standing with its personnel. The Manna Charitable Foundation is also happy that the Hive gets much support from the people it helps and tries to improve their live situation.
Marshall, Carter, and Dark Ltd.
The Manna Charitable Foundation is hostile towards Marshall, Carter, and Dark Ltd. because it views it as its moral antithesis.
"Nobody"
MCF has a good relationship with Nobody.
Noonday Oak Troupe
The Manna Charitable Foundation has a friendly attitude towards NOTE, thinking that their goals are similar.
Sleeves Rolled Up Club
The Manna Charitable Foundation had once accepted Sleeves Rolled Up Club's donations, but blacklisted them after SRUC's products caused abominable effects.
Special Security Commission
Members of the Manna Charitable Foundation were not permitted to use anomalies in Spain, and they accepted on the condition that the Commission would safeguard SCP-ES-127, a location of interest to the Charity.

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[[tab Marshall, Carter, and Dark Ltd.]]

Marshall, Carter, and Dark Ltd. (MC&D)
Origin:
Active in:
Creator:
Great Britain
The entire world
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- A "club" for the super-rich.
- Collect rare and obscure items.
- Possess immense financial power and ties around the world, with which they could crush entire countries or even the planet with ease if they wanted to.
- Sell fine and expensive anomalous items in auctions.
- Very little is known about Mr. Marshal and Mr. Carter, even less is known about Dark.
- Capitalistic ideals: separate humans into classes by wealth, and treat them accordingly.
- Prefer to apply extreme financial and political pressure instead of using violence.
- Usually sell to the highest bidder.
- At best, show annoyance towards the Foundation.

Marshall, Carter, and Dark Ltd. towards other GoI

8th Department of National Security Bureau, R. O. C.
Both groups are rivals, competing with raids and counter-raids. There are, however, documented cases of both joining forces temporarily for the sake of profit.
Ambrose Restaurant
The Restaurant on occasion gets booked by Marshall, Carter, and Dark Ltd.
Anderson Robotics
Marshall, Carter, and Dark Ltd. grants Anderson Robotics limited protection from other Groups of Interest, since they are business partners.
Antares Society for the Renewal of the Human Mindset
Marshall, Carter, and Dark Ltd. has good ties to the Society and uses them to trade information and anomalies.
Dinodon’s Hand
Marshall, Carter, and Dark Ltd. regards the Korean Serpent's Hand as an annoyance, as it can not use its financial or political power against it.
Division XXV
Marshall, Carter; and Dark Ltd. had a faint idea that the Stasi had a secret Division dedicated to anomalies and therefore only let operatives in the GDR which were protected by a western nation, tying the Division's hands in the process. Unless they forgot to put it in place at the right time. After Marshall, Carter, and Dark Ltd. found out about the Division after its demise, they started searching and collecting its remains to sell them to the highest bidder.
Doctor Wondertainment
Marshall, Carter and Dark Ltd. sells on Wondertainment products with a significant mark-up, and has also hired a former employee of the Dr. Wondertainment corporation.
The Factory
The Factory is a subcontractor of Marshall, Carter, and Dark Ltd. and supplies it with products for them to sell on.
Gamers Against Weed
The Club knows that the Gamers are not aware of it, but still holds countermeasures ready in case they become problematic.
Global Occult Coalition
Marshall, Carter, and Dark Ltd. intimidates the GOC with its financial and political power, but also stays out of its way, keeping conflict between them to a minimum.
GpExpress
Marshall, Carter and Dark Ltd. is responsible for the creation of GpExpress and its biggest share holder. It already send numerous orders to the transport company.
Herman Fuller's Circus of the Disquieting
The Circus has been known to purchase anomalies from MC&D, usually on the pretence of "rescuing" them. Marshal, Carter and Dark Ltd. has even sent a sales rep to the Circus to make deals with them more easily.
The Hive
The Hive is an invaluable source of anomalous goods for Marshall, Carter & Dark Ltd.. Despite this, the upper ranks are worried about the growing economic power behind the Hive that is apparently impervious against the clubs normal methods of market manipulation and the growing pro-Hive sentiment in the workforce and the development department. Other means of manipulation are being discussed.
Humanist Gentlemen
The Humanist Gentlemen and Marshall, Carter and Dark Ltd. trade information and anomalies with each other since the 19th century. They share many of their members.
The Hunting Club of Fauna and Flora
Marshall, Carter, and Dark Ltd.
Manna Charitable Foundation
Marshall, Carter, and Dark Ltd. doesn’t care about the Charitable Foundation despite its disdain for the club.
Medicean Academy of Occult Art
Marshall, Carter, and Dark Ltd. is happy to sell anomalous artistic works to the Academy - or to anyone else with the money, no questions asked.
The Millionaire, Mr Royer
Some members of Marshall, Carter and Dark have heard of him, but he doesn't really move in the same social circles.
Noonday Oak Troupe
Marshall, Carter and Dark have expressed interested in hiring NOTE's performers, but so far all of their offers have been rejected.
Raptor Tec. Industries
Marshall, Carter and Dark Ltd. are very interested in RTI's technologies, both to use for themselves and to sell on to their wealthy clients.
Serpent's Hand
Marshall, Carter and Dark Ltd. are quite willing to take money from members of the Serpent's Hand, but have to do it secretly since the Hand is hostile to many of MC&D's practices, which include trafficking and enslavement of anomalous individuals.
Das Wunderkabinett
Ms Mirabilis has met in person with very senior members of Marshall, Carter and Dark Ltd. MC&D is very interested in her shop's products, and hopes to sell them on to their clients at a significant markup.

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[[tab "Nobody"]]

"Nobody"
Origin:
Active in:
Creator:
Unknown
The entire world
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- Not much is known about this person/organisation.
- There is always only one person at a given scene, identifying as "Nobody".
- Is typically described as a Caucasian male , dressed in a black or grey suit and fedora.
- Involved with other GoI, helping or hindering them at times.
- Agenda is unknown, sometimes assists the Foundation, sometimes opposes it.
- His plans can involve civilian causalities.

"Nobody" towards other GoI

8th Department of National Security Bureau, R. O. C.
Nobody has been hired as an informant by the Department and is compensated accordingly. Exchanges are mostly conducted by Nobody answering three questions.
Anderson Robotics
Nobody is paying attention to some of Anderson's projects.
Are We Cool Yet?
Nobody offers criticism on art produced by members of Are We Cool Yet?
The Black Queen
Nobody has worked with the Black Queen on more than one occasion. The Black Queen may be Nobody.
The Chaos Insurgency
Nobody is willing to work with the Chaos Insurgency.
The Chicago Spirit
Nobody thought that the Chicago Spirit could be useful.
Division XXV
Nobody stole intel from Division XXV multiple times and got away with it. Nobody also helped them more than once. After its disbandment, Nobody was able to acquire more than one of its anomalies.
Doctor Wondertainment
Nobody is on a first name basis with Doctor Wondertainment.
The Factory
Nobody is investigating the Factory.
The Hive
Nobody has been unable to infiltrate the Hive, because he would be immediately detected as not part of the Hive network. He's currently forced to hide himself from the Hive.
Manna Charitable Foundation
Nobody supports MCF's work in developing countries.
Marshall, Carter and Dark
Nobody is gathering intelligence on Marshall, Carter and Dark. Nobody thinks they're pretentious.
Nobody
Nobody is watching the Horizon Initiative's operatives.
Noonday Oak Troupe
Nobody considers NOTE entertaining. Some of NOTE's performances reportedly have Nobody in the audience.
Office for the Reclamation of Islamic Artefacts
Nobody meddles in the affairs of ORIA and gets away with it.
Parawatch
Nobody is looking out for members of Parawatch.
Serpent's Hand
Nobody wants to help the Serpent's Hand.
Wilson's Wildlife Solutions
Nobody is interested in the animals WWS looks after.
Das Wunderkabinett
Nobody knows about Das Wunderkabinett, and Nobody buys its products.

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[[tab Office for the Reclamation of Islamic Artifacts]]

Office For The Reclamation of Islamic Artifacts (ORIA)
Origin:
Active in:
Creator:
Iran
Middle East and Central Asia
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- Paramilitary force under the Supreme Leader of Iran, founded in 1981 by Supreme Leader Khomeini.
- Tasked with the collection and utilization of anomalous artifacts, but not just those of Islamic origin, despite its name.
- Subject to severe infighting for various reasons.
- Took over Foundation Sites in Iran and possesses remarkable resources.
- Hostile towards the Foundation, it prevents its presence in Iran, since it considers Foundation agents as "agents of colonialism".
- Have no qualms about causalities when unavoidable.

The Office for the Reclamation of Islamic Artifacts towards other GoI

Division XXV
Both groups did not interact much with each other, only when ORIA tried to acquire the same anomalies as Division XXV, which led the oftentimes bloody confrontations. Today, ORIA still has no clue about Division XXV and uses anomalies of it, which were acquired on the black market.
The Hive
Mentioning the Hive is a good way to make ORIA staff angry, because the Hive keeps messing around with the Office. ORIA has set out for a complete eradication of the Hive in Iran and surrounding states.
Horizon Initiative
ORIA and the Initiative often come into conflict, due to ORIA being a Shia Muslim majority group, which conflicts with the Initiative's Sunni majority.
Noonday Oak Troupe
ORIA does not consider NOTE important enough to pay any attention to.
SAPPHIRE
The ORIA and SAPPHIRE are extremely hostile towards each other, both leading terrorists attacks against their opponent.

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[[tab Oneiroi Collective]]

Oneiroi Collective
Origin:
Active in:
Creator:
Unknown
The whole universe
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- Hive-mind entity located in a metaphysical space.
- Collective unconscious utilizing the brainpower created by sleeping things.
- Manifests in physical space as inanimate and organic objects.
- Any schemes, motivations, or specific entities identifying as part of Oneiroi are unknown and probably don't exist.
- Can be contacted using methods resembling contemporary media outlets.
- Seemingly omnipresent.
- Neutral towards the Foundation, except if it meddles with the Collective's affairs.
- Not above harming civilians.

The Oneiroi Collective towards other GoI

Division XXV
The Oneiroi Collective had and still has no interest in Division XXV or its remains, except when they posed interferences in its plans.
The Hive
The gestalt intelligence behind the Hive and the Oneiroi Collective hive mind are at war with each other, fighting over supremacy in the Hive members and those who are about to become Hive members. This is because the Oneiroi Collective can no longer access hosts of the gestalt intelligence.
Noonday Oak Troupe
The elders and masters of NOTE have contact with the Oneiroi Collective, but the details of that contact are unknown.

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[[tab Prometheus Labs, Inc.]]

Prometheus Labs, Inc.
Origin:
Active in:
Creator:
United Sates
The entire World
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- Multinational conglomerate researching anomalous objects for use in developing new technologies, founded in 1992.
- Sold anomalous technologies to governments, militaries, and Groups of Interest.
- Dissolved in 1998 due to financial decline.
- The breakup resulted in the loss of many products and the layoffs of numerous personnel, as well as the formation of various successor companies.
- Prometheus Labs showed a nominal amount of cooperation with Foundation, even collaborated with it on occasion.
- Had no real wish to harm anyone, but the buyers of their products are another story altogether.

Prometheus Labs, Inc. towards other GoI

Are We Cool Yet?
Prometheus Labs sold tools and supplies to Are We Cool Yet? to create several of their artistic works.
Anderson Robotics
Anderson Robotics appeared after Prometheus Labs downfall, so it wasn’t directly influenced by Prometheus Labs, although it employed former Prometheus Labs personnel.
Chaos Insurgency
Prometheus Labs sold supplies and equipment to the Chaos Insurgency.
Church of the Broken God
Prometheus Labs worked with the Church of Maxwellist Writ to develop brain-machine interfaces.
Division XXV
Prometheus Labs never found out about Division XXV, but used its anomalies for research purposes if they acquired some, sometimes leading to dire incidents.
Doctor Wondertainment
Prometheus Labs was engaged in multiple lawsuits with Wondertainment Industries prior to its collapse.
Global Occult Coalition
Prometheus Labs sold technology and weapons to the Global Occult Coalition.
GRU Division "P"
Prometheus Labs engaged in industrial espionage targeted towards GRU Division "P".
The Hive
Prometheus Labs viewed the Hive as a curious phenomenon that should be researched.
Marshall, Carter, and Dark
Prometheus Labs purchased objects from Marshall, Carter, and Dark for research purposes.
Manna Charitable Foundation
Prometheus Labs designed low-cost food alternatives for the Manna Charitable Foundation.

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[[tab Parawatch]]

Parawatch
Origin:
Active in:
Creator:
Unknown
North America, Europe, online sites
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- Obscure online web forum of conspiracy theorists, paranormal enthusiasts, and amateur writers.
- Operate with the intention of investigating and exposing anomalous phenomena.
- Actually have no clue about the anomalous, and its members are spread too far apart to be a threat.
- Is unaware of the Foundation, but allowed to remain active as a disinformation measure.
- Parawatch does not wish to inflict any sort of harm on anyone.

Parawatch towards other GoI

Division XXV
Some German members stumbled upon remains of Division XXV, often to the annoyance of the Foundation, which has to employ disinformation measures.
The Hive
Parawatch is not aware of the Hive. There exist stories on the forum about people that allegedly could read each others minds, but almost none of these actually have any connection to the Hive.

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[[tab Sarkic Cults]]

Sarkic Cults
Origin:
Active in:
Creator:
South-central Siberia
The entire world
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- Religious/philosophical system that encompasses a variety of traditions, beliefs, and spiritual practices, largely based on teachings attributed to “Grand Karcist Ion”.
- Primary deity is known as Yaldaboath (among other names), but this being is generally feared rather than worshipped.
- Founded in a rebellion against the Daevites described in SCP-140.
- Adherents practice ritual cannibalism, human sacrifice, corporeal augmentation, thaumaturgy, and dimensional manipulation.
- Capable of manipulating flesh, allowing some members to transcend human limitations, through argumentation to point where they become no longer human.
- Disease is viewed with reverence, as a means to "cull the weak" and therefore they actively seek to ensure its spread.
- Divided in two subsystems, Proto-Sarkicism and Neo-Sarkicism.
- Proto-Sarkic cults are cults often found in isolated villages, and reject technology and modernity.
- Neo-Sarkic cults can be found anywhere and are cosmopolitan, publicly embracing modernity and showing no apparent qualms with technology.

The Sarkic Cults towards other GoI

Church of the Broken God
Sarkicists bear no hatred against the Church of the Broken God, despite their ancient feud, and leave the Church alone except when attacked by them.
Cult of the Great Green God
In ancient times the forces of Adytum had altercations with the Cult.
Division XXV
Sarkic Cults in the GDR were persecuted by Division XXV, posing as operatives of the Volkspolizei or in extreme cases the Nationale Volksarmee. This forced them to create steadily more and more effective means of concealment and offense, while Division XXV steadily improved its means of tracing the Sarkic Cults and capturing or killing them. Nowadays, the Sarkic Cults know about Division XXV and only show disdain towards its remains, especially anomalies created by research into Sarkic technology.
Grotto of Gangrenous God
Similarities between Sarkicism and the beliefs of the Grotto of Gangrenous God have been noted. Some Sarkicists would like to welcome members of this group into their communities, while others see it as a heretical distortion of the true faith.
The Hive
The Sarkicists view the Hive as a part of the Ikunaan, and most of the time are downright eager to welcome Hive members in their communities. Except those that manage to get on the Hive's bad side - they tend to go into hiding.
The Humanist Gentlemen
In rare encounters with the Humanist Gentleman, members of Sarkic Cults have expressed confusion regarding the Gentlemen's attachment of the human form.
Meat Circus
Many Sarkicists admire the artistry of the Meat Circus's "Mutators" and "Mages", although they find the religious beliefs of members of the Circus off-putting.
Noonday Oak Troupe
The Sarkicists does not care about NOTE, although the Troupe has been subject to disturbances by them.
SAPPHIRE
SAPPHIRE has carried out attacks on Sarkic groups, but is unable to infiltrate them, since that would require undergoing anomalous bodily modification. Sarkicists claim that SAPPHIRE poses no threat to them, but have still taken measures to conceal themselves better.
The Violet
Some members of Sarkic Cults draw a connection between Yaldaboath and the extradimensional creatures of the Violet, but this link is tenuous at best.

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[[tab Serpent’s Hand]]

Serpent’s Hand
Origin:
Active in:
Creator:
Unknown
The entire world
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- Small organization that embraces the use and existence of paranormal items and abilities as well as anomalous lifeforms.
- Use anomalous items for infiltration and combat purposes.
- A loose collection of cells, each acting independently.
- Anyone can become a member of the the Serpent’s Hand, simply by deciding to identify as a one.
- Congregate in the Wanderers' Library, an interdimensional nexus filled with books on the paranormal.
- Hostile towards the Foundation, who they refer to as the Jailors.
- Try to protect innocents from harm, but not anyone else.

The Serpent’s Hand towards other GoI

African Office of Occult Affairs
The Serpent's Hand, and especially their African members, were hostile to the AOOA, not only because of its suppression of the anomalous, but also because of its colonialist approach to the African continent.
Are We Cool Yet?
Many members of the Serpent's Hand are anartists, and a few of those are some of the more pacifistic members of Are We Cool Yet?
Association of Mutants
The Serpent's Hand supports the Association and its goals, and hopes to support them in making their Hidden City a safe place for all anomalous individuals.
Black Queen
Some versions of Alison Chau are members of the Serpent's Hand and so regarded favourably, but other versions of her will be treated differently depending on whether they have supported or opposed the Hand's goals.
Caecus Carneliana-Collective
The Hand and the Collective have much in common, and the German Tatzelwurm's Paw is interested in collaborating with them in actions against the Foundation.
The Chaos Insurgency
The Hand once tried to ally with the Chaos Insurgency, but when they discovered their true intentions, they shunned them and now refer to them as "The Madmen".
Church of the Broken God
While sceptical, members of the Serpent's Hand respect and are willing to listen to the Church's claims (as long as they're made peacefully), referring to them as "The Devout".
Dinodon’s Hand
Other branches of the Serpent's Hand recognized the declaration of the Korean Branch in 1910, and allowed them access to the Wanderer's Library. The Korean Serpent's Hand built a cooperative system with other Serpent's Hand groups in order to plan their common values. They are especially linked with the Japanese Aodoshi, and an Irish woman named Morrighan curently stays with the Korean Serpent's Hand and serves as a liaison between European and Korean groups.
Division XXV
The Serpent's Hand only learned about the full extend of the machinations of the Stasi after it's disbandment, and was horrified by it. It lists Division XXV as the "The Hidden Oppressors" and regard it with hate for extorting and bribing some of its members. It handles all anomalies of the Division it obtains like any other.
The Factory
The Serpent's Hand refers to the Factory as "The Robber Barons", describing it as a trans-universal amalgam of various successful businesses, and decrying it for its exploitation of the labour and bodies of its hired workers.
Fifth Church
The Serpent's Hand tolerates non-violent members of the Fifth Church.
The Fourth Reich
The diverse membership of the Serpent's Hand loathes the Fourth Reich and everything it stands for, but the Fourth Reich is too secretive for the Hand to be able to do much to stop them, besides watching out for any members that might try to use the Library. Unfortunately, they have no idea who these members even are.
Gamers Against Weed
The Serpent's Hand refers to them as Merrymakers, and neither opposes nor endorses their anomalous pranks.
Global Occult Coalition
The Serpent's Hand refers to the GOC as "The Bookburners", opposing the GOC's efforts to control the paranormal world and eliminate anything that they regard as a threat. The GOC is one of the few organisation that the Serpent's Hand hates even more than the Foundation, and members of the Serpent's Hand will oppose them whenever they have the opportunity.
Herman Fuller's Circus of the Disquieting
Herman Fuller was once part of the Serpent's Hand, but was banned from the Wanderers Library because he stole some of its books. Other performers for the Circus consider themselves members of the Serpent's Hand, and so the Circus as a whole is viewed with ambivalence.
The Hive
The Serpent’s Hand calls the Hive the "Emperor of Many Voices" and views it as a malicious being, bent on the eradication of free will. Telepaths are kept on hand to detect Hive members and keep them out of the Wanderers' Library. Some members of the Hand are more sympathetic to the Hive, but they're akways assumed to be compromised.
Horizon Initiative
Relations between the Serpent's Hand and the Horizon Initiative are sometimes cooperative, but sometimes hostile, since the Initiative is often overly zealous in the destruction of anomalous artefacts.
Humanist Gentlemen
Despite agreeing on many points, both organizations have an uneasy relationship with each other, alternating between allied and hostile. Spirited arguments have been heard in the Wanderer's Library on the relative importance of "humanity" and "personhood".
IJAMEA
The Serpent's Hand in Japan, the Aodoshi's Hand and especially their leader Ao, has opposed IJAMEA and their desire to control the paranormal, both historically and in the present.
Institut für menschliche Bildung und Weiterentwicklung
Although the Serpent's Hand agrees with many of the Institute's goals, most members are appalled by Professor Voss's unethical methods.
Noonday Oak Troupe
Some of the more artistically inclined members of the Serpent's Hand attend performances by NOTE, and a few are even members of both groups.
Office for the Reclamation of Islamic Artifacts
Relations between the Hand and ORIA are sometimes hostile, but sometimes cooperative.
Mages Academy
Cells of the Serpent's Hand that follow their Charter on magic maintain a good relationship with the Mages Academy. However, cells that use black magic, want the anomalous to be widely known, or feel that the Academy is too willing to cooperate with the Foundation have a strained or even hostile relationship with the Academy.
Manna Charitable Foundation
The Serpent's Hand has neutral-to-friendly relations with the Manna Charitable Foundation, supporting its use of anomalies to help people, but sometimes seeing it as too careless to actually be beneficial.
Marshall, Carter and Dark
The Serpent's Hand refers to Marshall, Carter and Dark Ltd. as "The Merchants", regarding them as the latest of many purveyors of the paranormal. The Serpent's Hand observes a truce while within the library, but outside of the Library, members of the Serpent's Hand have violently clashed with MC&D agents on multiple occasions.
Meat Circus
The Russian Branch of the Serpent's Hand refers to the Meat Circus as "Butchers". Some members of the Hand admire their work, but others are only disgusted.
"Nobody"
Members of the Serpent's Hand are in contact with Nobody.
Prometheus Labs
Members of the Serpent's Hand refer to Prometheus Labs as "the Pilferers", because like their namesake Prometheus they've stolen fire from the gods and are expected to face dire consequences.
Polish Anomalous Mushroom Picking Association (PZGA)
The Kapuza Bazyliszka (The Basilisk's Cowl), a Polish sect of the Serpent's Hand, is friendly towards the Association, encouraging their interest in the anomalous (even if it is very specific).
SAPPHIRE
Members of the Serpent's Hand have referred to SAPPHIRE as "The Deniers", mocking them for their fervent disbelief in the paranormal, yet still regarding them as a significant threat to both magic users and religious believers.
Shark Punching Center
The Serpent's Hand refers to the SPC as "The Boxers". Members of the Serpent's Hand who are sharks or shark-kin have very unfavourable views of the SPC.
Technothaumaturges
The goals and methods of the Technothaumaturges are approved of by most members of the Serpent's hand, and the two groups have shared information on magical technology and on shared enemies.
Tsar's Seers
The relationship between the Seers and the Hand is complicated. Although they strive for cooperation, there are ongoing disputes over who anomalous objects held by each group really belong to.
The Unusual Incidents Unit
Although the Serpent's Hand has to avoid the UIU, referred to simply as the "Feds", in order to not be arrested as para-criminals, the Hand's use of magic and anomalous Ways makes evading the under-funded UIU rather easy, and they don't consider them a particularly dangerous threat.
The Wandsmen
The Wandsmen and The Serpent's Hand both have access to the Wanderer's Library and maintain good relations, but their organisations have different aims.
Das Wunderkabinett
The Serpent's Hand regards Das Wunderkabinett favourably, and has worked with them on projects in the past.

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[[tab Shark Punching Center]]

Shark Punching Center (SPC)
Origin:
Active in:
Creator:
United Sates
Everywhere where sharks may live
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- Organisation with several independently created instances in other universes with the mission of fighting sharks hand-to-hand.
- Also known as Selachian Punching Center, The Shark Punch Centre, Selachiosk Pungix Combin and others.
- Militaristic and unstable in tone.
- Uses anomalies to better punch selachian entities.
- It is unknown if they are even aware of the Foundation.
- Take risks and sometimes even causalities if it means they can better punch sharks.

The Shark Punching Center towards other GoI

Are We Cool Yet?
The SPC regards Are We Peta Yet? as allies of the selachian menace, to be punched with maximum force.
Church of the Broken God
The Botswains of the Cog of God are not sharks, and so they're not one of the SPCs priorities.
Division XXV
The Shark Punching Center is in search for remains of Division XXV in their universes to repurpose and recreate them for more effective shark punching.
Gamers Against Weed
The SPC regards the Great American Watchmen as an upstanding association dedicated to preserving cultural purity.
The Hive
Hives in SPC Universes are the target of heists to steal equipment, for example this "totally rad sub" (as it is called by SPC operatives).
Marshall, Carter and Dark
The SPC regards minions of Marlin, Darter and Carp Ltd. with contempt, beating them up and leaving them in the trash, but the designer shark produced by Marshall, Carter and Shark Ltd. are a cause for concern.
Sarkic Cults
The Sharkic Cults are one of the greatest threats to the SPC, and are punched with extreme prejudice.
Serpent's Hand
The SPC regards the organisation known as the Serpent's Fist or Selachian's Hand as one of their most reviled foes.
Wilson's Wildlife Solutions
The SPC is disgusted by how WWS befriends sharks rather than punching/being eaten by them.

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[[tab Three Moons Initiative]]

Three Moons Initiative (☽☽☽ Initiative)
Origin:
Active in:
Creator:
First Moon of Corbenic
The entire world, Corbenic
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- Massive human organisation residing in the afterlife Corbenic.
- Was founded approximately 14,000 years ago for the purpose of establishing organized human colonization in an afterlife.
- Sins of the deceased are put through a rigorous judging process by the Initiative, and punished and rewarded accordingly.
- Interacts with the living world via drones and automated systems, as no organic material can leave Corbenic.
- Monitors several iterations of Earth and carries out covert military intervention for its defense, often regardless of nuance or long-term consequences.
- Prone to military overreach, poor communication and issues with internal bureaucracy.
- Cooperative towards the Foundation, although relations are strained due to several factors.
- Has humanity's best interest in mind, which often results in causalities for those judged as wicked.

The Three Moons Initiative towards other GoI

Division XXV
The Initiative meddled in several affairs of the Division and takes the punishments of its members very seriously, even if those have forgotten that they ever were members. Afterwards, they are mostly recruited for research, internal security and infiltrations.
The Hive
The Hive is publicly considered a parasite in Corbenic, although no means exist yet to eradicate it in a human mind. Internally, the Initiative views it as a dangerous and growing power threatening the Initiatives supremacy in Corbenic. Standard procedure is to put the infected in glass.

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[[tab Unusual Incidents Unit]]

Unusual Incidents Unit (UIU)
Origin:
Active in:
Creator:
United Sates
Mostly the United Sates, but also other parts of the world
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- Division of the FBI, created after the onset of the Cold War.
- Tasked with rapid response to paranormal events and crimes.
- Their initially significant resources were cut down after the Cold War, leaving it severely underfunded and in a state of decline.
- Often perceived as ineffective because of a lack of financial resources, little manpower, and bureaucratic obstruction by the US Government.
- Cooperative towards the Foundation.
- Try to prevent causalities.

The Unusual Incidents Unit towards other GoI

Are We Cool Yet?
The Unusual Incidents Unit is frequently forced to clear up after Are We Cool Yet? and will arrest any anartists it's able to catch.
Anderson Robotics
Although initially willing to tolerate the presence of Anderson Robotics in Three Portlands, the UIU eventually eventually joined forces with the Foundation to bring down Anderson.
Church of the Broken God
The UIU is willing to overlook peaceful worshippers of the Broken God, as long as they don't draw too much attention to themselves.
Church of the Second Hytoth
The UIU is willing to overlook the activities of the Church of the Second Hytoth, as long as no actual extra-terrestrials are walking around in public.
Deer College
The UIU polices Three Portlands, and so most of their interactions with Deer College students occur when they break the law.
Division XXV
The UIU only became aware of Division XXV after being told about it by the Foundation, and since then watches out for its remains. While it still existed, it came to clashes between the two, which were covered up by the Division.
Fifth Church
The UIU is investigating allegations of mind control within the religious movement.
Gamers Against Weed
The UIU is investigating members of GAW, occasionally with success.
Global Occult Coalition
Although both organisations encountered and collaborated with each other in the past, the UIU is still unaware of what the GOC even is. All that the UIU knows is that the GOC outranks it and works for the government.
Herman Fuller's Circus of the Disquieting
The Circus is subject to an investigation by the UIU.
The Hive
The Hive is subject of a painfully slow investigation by the UIU.
Noonday Oak Troupe
The UIU is conducting an investigation into NOTE, so far without much success beyond causing the group some mild irritation.
Sarkic Cults
The UIU is willing to overlook peaceful members of Sarkic Cults, as long as they don't draw too much attention to themselves.
Serpent's Hand
Many members of the Serpent's Hand are considered wanted criminals, but the UIU has been unable to track them down.
Wilson's Wildlife Solutions
The UIU regards WWS as a low-cost way to ensure that the anomalous is contained.

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[[tab Vikander-Kneed Technical Media]]

Vikander-Kneed Technical Media
Origin:
Active in:
Creator:
Unknown
United States of America
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- Produces and distributes "cursed" media (including film, radio and TV).
- Active since the 1950s.
- Their productions are often unsettling or gruesome, and have anomalous effects on the viewer/listener.
- Corporate structure, mode of operation and overall mission are completely unknown.
- Seems to have a sick sense of humour and a total disregard for human life.

Vikander-Kneed Technical Media towards other GoI

The Hive
The Hive has so far been unable to find any of the company's staff, despite considerable searching.

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[[tab The Wandsmen]]

The Wandsmen
Origin:
Active in:
Creator:
Extradimensional
The Entire Multiverse
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- Extradimensional journalists and archivists.
- Members undergo a transformation, giving them avian features and anomalous abilities.
- Spreading knowledge about the anomalous causes conflict with the Foundation mission to preserve normalcy.
- Allied with the Foundation at times, since a lot would be lost if the Foundation failed to protect Earth.
- Tries to protect the innocent, although they prioritise the preservation of knowledge.

The Wandsmen towards other GoI

Church of the Second Hytoth
The Wandsmen are familiar with the beliefs of the Church of the Second Hytoth, and have even interviewed a being from the First Hytoth.
Doctor Wondertainment
The Wandsmen have published reviews of products distributed by Doctor Wondertainment.
The Fifth Church
The Wandsmen have published a pathetic attempt to explain Fifthism, and still don't really understand it.
ECO Press
The Wandsmen are interested in the publications of ECO Press, but definitely categorise them as "dangerous knowledge".
Global Occult Coalition
The Wandsmen acknowledge that the GOC does a lot to preserve knowledge (and human life), but they intend to keep these "Bookburners" away from their archives.
The Hive
The Hive infiltrated the Wandsmen to gather information on the multiverse. Recruiting goes slowly because the Wandsmen have advanced protective measures and rarely stay in the same place for long, and because the Wandsmen are very interested in identifying Hive Members so that they can interview them about what it's like to be part of a gestalt consciousness.
The Serpent's Hand
The Wandsmen and The Serpent's Hand both have access to the Wanderer's Library and maintain good relations. However, while both groups value knowledge, their organisations have different aims.

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[[tab Wilson's Wildlife Solutions]]

Wilson's Wildlife Solutions (WWS)
Origin:
Active in:
Creator:
Boring, Oregon, United Sates
Oregon, United Sates
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WWS
- Publicly funded paranormal wildlife service, founded in 1997.
- Officially a wildlife rehabilitation center, unofficially tasked with caring for and containing anomalous wildlife.
- Situated in a Nexus in Oregon that produces anomalous wildlife.
- Foundation knew of it since 1999, but only established a relationship in 2008 after the Ursus Maritimus Incident.
- Founded by Tim Wilson, staff includes his daughter, Faeowynn "Fae" Wilson.
- Cooperative towards the Foundation.
- The Foundation made the Boring Agreement, through which Wilson's Wildlife Solutions is supervised by MTF Beta-4 ("Castaways"), local to Site-64, and is allowed to handle containment of Safe or Euclid fauna based anomalies with varying degrees of Foundation intervention. Amendments are made as necessary.
- Tries to prevent causalities.

Wilsons Wildlife Solutions towards other GoI

8th Department of National Security Bureau, R. O. C.
Wilson’s Wildlife Solutions got attacked by the Department, but much to its chagrin managed to show it that "being nice" is not necessarily synonymous to "being defenseless".
Ambrose Resturants
After what happened last time, WWS is going to be very careful to never let anyone associated with Ambrose Resturants adopt any of their animals ever again.
Division XXV
Wilson’s Wildlife Solutions does not have anything to do with Division XXV for the most part, except if they come across.
The Hive
Wilson’s Wildlife Solutions is by contract forbidden to accept any sort of support from the Hive. This is met with some backlash from a part of the staff.
Doctor Wondertainment
To date, there has only been one recorded interaction between WWS and the Dr. Wondertainment Company, and WWS has been forbidden from engaging in further interaction.
The Shark Punching Center
WWS has had to take precautions to protect their sharks from agents of the SPC.
Unusual Incidents Unit
The UIU regards WWS as a low-cost way to ensure that the anomalous is concealed, and have taken an interest in some of their animals.
Das Wunderkabinett
Ms Mirabilis once adopted one of the animals, which later became a full member of the cabinet.

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