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Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Safe Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX Is to be held in a regular humanoid cell, placed on the bed of the cell. Cell door must be locked at all times guarded by 2 security staff at all times. Any personal attempting to go into the cell will be terminated, unless Level 3 approval or higher. Cell is to be checked regularly for any signs of damage or SCP-XXXX-2s. Inform Site Director or Level-4 or higher immediately if unauthorized personnel or materials are found within SCP-XXXX's containment chamber. If security is present during an SCP-XXXX-1 engagement, both subjects are to be terminated immediately. If an SCP-XXXX-3 is active, it must be found and terminated.

Description: SCP-XXXX Appears to be a normal blanket, blue in color, and is 1x1.9 meters in size SCP-XXXX currently is contained at Site-██

SCP-XXXX Effects come into action when a single human or animal comes into contact with SCP-XXXX for more then 3-10 minutes. Subjects seem to be "controlled" and bind to SCP-XXXX and act like a child for the first few hours of exposure to SCP-XXXX. If the subject is removed from SCP-XXXX, they will try to found the last known position of SCP-XXXX. If the subject does not know where SCP-XXXX is, they will wander around asking nearby personal if they have seen SCP-XXXX. If another subject is with SCP-XXXX while someone else is binded and they see this subject(Referred to as SCP-XXXX-1s), they will engage each other, until one comes out with the blanket itself. These actions during these fights seem like engaging each other with fists, kicking, sometimes even tearing off skin or vital muscles in the process. Conflict between instances of SCP-XXXX-1/2s typically results in the serious injury or death of one or both instances. The subject who comes out victorious takes the blanket and will take the blanket back to the containment room, this time becoming even more hostile to those around them, making the blanket a "prized possession".

Subjects in contact with SCP-XXXX for more than 2 days enter a state of irreversible psychosis, who are referred to as SCP-XXXX-2s they seem to make marking on the walls, hiding in the containment room of SCP-XXXX making sure no one will take the blanket from them. If they are exposed for that long they are usually extremely hostile to personal. Attacks at this level seem to be running around the place, going for the eyes. When there "Prey" is highly wounded or even killed, subjects will start to [REDACTED] out of there "preys" bodies. When the blanket is taken from them if possible, they enter some "rage' mode. They will proceed hunt down the subject who took the blanket. Upon reaching this subject, They will attack with extreme prejudice. This stage of SCP-XXXX is referred to as SCP-XXXX-3. SCP-XXXX-3s also appear to be "carriers", as they will spread the addiction of SCP-XXXX, which can result in a containment breach (Yet to be found out). SCP-XXXX seems to have also bound to its containment center. If removed from it for example, put in a box, it seems to appear back in the containment room. It is unknown why SCP-XXXX appears back in its containment room, neither why it would go back there in the first place, testing is undergoing.

Subjects have also reported whispering inside the containment cell, saying that they were being "watched" and being talked about behind there backs. Some have even reported crying of children inside the cell. The cause of this is unknown, but could be something to do with SCP-XXXX effects.

Discovery: SCP-XXXX Was recovered from an abandoned shack in [REDACTED]. Previous owner was terminated due to high hostility to personal. Most likely because of being bound to the blanket for a couple of years or months. This is the only time this style of hostility and high amount of personal lost, body count of personal was ██. Any sightings of this stage (Referred to as SCP-XXXX-4) are to be reported to the Site Director IMMEDIATELY.

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