Groups Of Interest (PL)
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POLISH GROUPS OF INTEREST


File Overview: The Foundation is not the only group with an interest and investment in the paranormal and metaphysical. There are many other groups in existence who possess, use, or attempt to create SCP objects, either for their own personal gain or for the protection of mankind. Some are rival organizations, some are splinter groups of the Foundation, and some are trusted associates of the Foundation. In any case, it has been deemed necessary to create and distribute a brief on what agencies the Foundation knows about, and our stance towards them.



A.R.G.U.S. Inc.

Overview: An acronym for "Autonomic Recon Group with Undefined Specialization". An American company engaged in leasing/selling well-trained soldiers and heavy military equipment, training militias, and producing potent psychotropic drugs and other stimulants. It works undercover as a private security company, mostly undertaking recon tasks and guerrilla operations, though there are also records of them involved in larger, more well-known conflicts. The company's history, along with its clients' personal data, remains unknown.

A.R.G.U.S. has often fallen into conflict with governments due to the many civilian casualties attributed to them, including particularly brutal murders of civilians.

The company is able to procure highly dangerous, anomalous military equipment from an unknown source. Most often they help gain the advantage in battle, though they also harm their users. The anomalies are not produced by the company, and the exact number and level of danger of these objects remain unknown. Most of the objects acquired by the Foundation came from Area 13, a former facility located in ███████ (Poland).

The company is in continuous conflict with an unknown organization called "Creators". They have limited their activities after taking over a Polish research complex. They remain under constant Foundation surveillance due to their high potential danger.

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Chopinian Cult

Original Name: Kult Chopinowski

Overview: A cult formed in 19██ by Anthony Bukowski in Żelazowa Wola. This cult organizes concerts of anomalous nature. They are responsible for ██ anomalous manifestations on ████ civilians.

The Cult's objective is to "continue the work of the great composer". The gathered information suggests that the Cult members gather once a year at an established location and attempt to summon Frederic Chopin. The cultist, who will be the closest to recreating Chopin's work, receives "a gift from God" in the form of incurable tuberculosis.

Capturing the members of the Cult is advised in order to get information about the time and place of the next ceremony. All information of piano concerts is to be treated as anomalous concerts of the Cult.

At the moment 2 factions of the Chopinian Cult are known. "Neo Chopinians", using genres other than classical music to praise Frederic Chopin and cause anomalous effects, and "Bloody Chopinian Cult", whose anomalous manifestations can kill listeners, unlike the main Cult's objects.

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Polish Anomalous Mushroom Picking Association (PZGA)

Original Name: Polski Związek Grzybiarstwa Anomalnego

Overview: An organization probably formed in the late XVII or early XIX century, dealing with collecting, processing, and trafficking anomalous mushrooms and their derivatives. The estimated number of members is currently ███.

The Association seems to be active mostly in southern Poland, especially in Lesser Poland, Subcarpatian, Silesian, and Świętokrzyskie voivodeships, where their most important transactions take place. The organization's main source of profit is trafficking anomalous mushrooms and their products, i.e. psychoactive substances and biological weapons. In case of discovering such a transaction, reaction forces should be sent to the scene.

Approximately once per three months, the Association organizes a mushroom picking tournament to gather the greatest number of anomalous mushrooms, but the exact rules are not known. After the tournament is finished, the so-called "harvest festival" takes place, when the partakers' harvest is taken away. The people, who managed to pick the most mushrooms to receive the offer of employment from PZGA. The organization also employs staff with mycological background, recruiting mostly from members of the Polish Mycological Association.

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Szwagier&Szwagier Motorized1

Overview: An organization pretending to be a civil law company founded in the early 21st century, deals in production, modification, and trade of anomalous means of transport. Probably works in order to raise funds for a project unknown by the Foundation.
It was confirmed that every transaction carried out by the organization must be confirmed by a contract if it involves persons from outside the organization. It is unknown why, because the documents have no legal force or anomalous properties.

The largest activity of the organization is observed in the mazowieckie voivodeship, but it covers the entire country. On motorization forums, the group has achieved a status of an urban legend, which increases the possible range of influence it has. It is possible that through such forums they find buyers for their products.

It is officially known about the existence of two members of the group, but the existence of a grid that helps in conducting its operation is not excluded. IT specialists searching for all mentions of the organization managed to find a fanatic group believing that the company's work is a gift from gods, and the creators themselves are the saviors of this world. This group has about ██ members, but there is no confirmation that they are all members. No evidence was found that they had a real relationship with the company, but they should still be observed.

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Home Wonders ltd.

Original Name: Wspaniałości Mieszkaniowe Sp. z o.o.

Overview: An organization dealing with creating anomalous, often dangerous, items of everyday use and distributing them to the public. The group usually creates objects which try to improve the life of their users but are often very faulty or do not work properly. Its structure as well as its goals and production methods are not known. It was first discovered in 2006 after the containment of SCP-PL-███-Z.

Currently, Foundation operations are focused on identifying their organizational structure and gathering all info possible. Because of Home Wonders' large market share, emphasis is put on containing their products and controlling contractors. Notable is the fact that HW is not a limited company, or company at all, as it is not registered anywhere. The source of their cost-covering revenue as well as their methods of hiring are currently unknown. There are no records of the group's assets or affair's outside Polish borders (all attempts at exports have been intercepted by the Foundation).

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WWW

Overview: WWW is a group with unknown structure, members, motivation, and goals. Presumably, it is interested in Foundation's research of anomalous objects, and anomalies themselves. All attempts at infiltration of WWW by Foundation teams have failed.

The group is responsible for ██ confirmed and suspected ████ hacker attacks on databases of the Polish Branch. Sabotages of facilities also took place. Other branches, mainly ones operating in the European areas, also reported incidents that could indicate the group's involvement.

Due to an attack on Site ██, all present there members of WWW died. However, only 16 were eliminated by Foundation forces, the rest committed suicide during capture attempts. It was the first and to this date the only situation of a direct attack from WWW's side. The possibility of eliminating the entire group during this attack has been denied.

The current top priority is to identify and capture any member of the group.

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