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2/007-PT LEVEL 2/007-PT



Item #: SCP-007-PT

Object Class: Safe

Threat Level: Yellow


SCP-007-PT displaying its anomalous properties.

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-007-PT must be stored in a 35 cm x 25 cm x 25 cm steel molded safe at Site PT7. The safe in which SCP-007-PT is stored must be locked at all times. Any SCP-007-PT-1 instances must be terminated as soon as possible.

Description: SCP-007-PT is the designation given to a 3x3 Rubik's Cube. SCP-007-PT was found in an abandoned location located in the south of the city of Limeira, São Paulo.

The anomalous properties of SCP-007-PT only externalize if an individual makes direct eye contact with SCP-007-PT. In case the individual makes eye contact with SCP-007-PT, SCP-007-PT will cause the anomalous effect of an ample desire to solve SCP-007-PT in the individual.

As the solution procedure of SCP-007-PT occurs, the color pattern present on each of the 6 faces of SCP-007-PT changes continuously every 5 seconds. The continuous process of changing of the color pattern of SCP-007-PT makes it virtually irresolvable.

The individual affected by the anomalous properties of SCP-007-PT is then designated as SCP-007-PT-1. SCP-007-PT-1 will remain in a continuous state of trying to find a solution for SCP-007-PT.

In the event that an individual intervenes and attempts to separate SCP-007-PT-1 from SCP-007-PT, SCP-007-PT-1 will exhibit traits of heightened hostility, using physical strength to distance themselves from the intervening individual.

After a period of 5 hours of interaction between SCP-007-PT and SCP-007-PT-1, SCP-007-PT-1 will exhibit traits characteristic of psychotic episodes, including paranoia, visual and auditory hallucinations and constant delusions. SCP-007-PT-1 will begin to communicate with SCP-007-PT, dialoguing with it as if it were dialoguing with any other individual, showing signs of heightened affection towards SCP-007-PT. In the event that SCP-007-PT-1 is not neutralized after receiving such designation, they will eventually terminate themselves due to dehydration and starvation.

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