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Item #: SCP-1308-JP

Object Class: Keter Euclid Neutralized

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-1308-JP is stored in a low-risk object storage unit in Site-8107.

Description: SCP-1308-JP is an apple (Malus pumila) weighing 500 grams, which is resistant to decomposition and destruction. It previously possessed an ability to alter statements and descriptions on itself and accompanying statements and descriptions to interrogatives and sentences negatively answering them, and to alter itself in accordance with the altered contents. However, it lost the ability due to Incident 1308-JP. For details, see Addendum 3.

Addendum 1: SCP-1308-JP was discovered in a facility related to the Japan Organisms Improvement and Creation Laboratory (JOICL). The facility was destroyed by SCP-1308-JP with 1██ fatalities, and a rush into the facility resulted in further ██ fatalities of Foundation personnel including MTF members and containment specialists. SCP-1308-JP breached containment █ times after its containment, but its nature was altered to the current one by revising the "Description" section of this entry by the assigned researcher, and its object class was reclassified to Euclid.

Addendum 2: On ██/██/20██, "Project Kariteimo1" was proposed by the Board of Directors of the Japanese Branch in order to alter SCP-1308-JP to an object useful for the Foundation. A thorough investigation into SCP-1308-JP's anomalous property is ongoing for Project Kariteimo.

Addendum 3: On ██/██/20██, an interview with Mr. ████████ ████, a former employee of the research facility where SCP-1308-JP was discovered, was conducted. During this interview, SCP-1308-JP abruptly lost its infohazardous property (Incident 1308-JP). This led to re-reclassification to Neutralized, deletion of the former entry, and freeze of Project Kariteimo. Reclassification of SCP-1308-JP to an Anomalous Item is currently under consideration.

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