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SCP-1319 - The Split-Up
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Item #: SCP-1319

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-1319-1 and SCP-1319-2 are currently kept in separate containment cells at Site ██. SCP-1319-1 and SCP-1319-2 are not to be brought within three (3) meters of each other in order to prevent possible violent behavior and ensure cooperation on their part. In cases where SCP-1319-1 is having difficulty moving due to its lack of legs, use of a stretcher is authorized.

Any experimentation involving either SCP-1319-1 or SCP-1319-2 must be authorized by at least one (1) member of Level 3 personnel.

Description: SCP-1319 is the collective designation for two (2) different entities:

  • SCP-1319-1, the upper body of Research Assistant █████. SCP-1319-1 consists of █████''s upper torso, head and arms. Due to its possession of █████''s head, SCP-1319-1 is capable of speech, making it much easier to communicate with than SCP-1319-2. To accommodate for its lack of legs, SCP-1319-1 moves by pulling itself along the floor with its hands. SCP-1319-1 enjoys the consumption of food, despite the fact that this food inevitably exits its body through the hole in its torso.
  • SCP-1319-2, the lower body of Research Assistant █████. SCP-1319-2 consists of █████''s lower torso and his legs. SCP-1319-2 has the ability to hear commands given to it by researchers and perceive its surroundings, despite its lack of a head and associated organs. Due to its lack of a head, communication with SCP-1319-2 is much more difficult than it is with SCP-1319-1.

Both SCP-1319-1 and SCP-1319-2 harbor intense feelings of resentment for each other, and meetings between the two have frequently resulted in violence. During questioning, SCP-1319-1 has indicated that this mutual resentment stems from the circumstances of their ''separation'', presumably referring to the incident in which they were created. Neither of the two appear to be alarmed by the lack of their other half or the injury resulting from their split.

Neither SCP-1319-1 or SCP-1319-2 possess the original personality of Research Assistant █████, and identify as completely different entities. They do not require sustenance or air, but do appear to enjoy these things, despite them lacking the bodily functions required to actually benefit from them.

SCP-1319-1 and SCP-1319-2 came into existence on the date of ██/██/20██, at 1:25 PM. At the time, Research Assistant █████ was eating his lunch at Site ██''s cafeteria. Suddenly, he was observed to say the words ''You know what? Fuck this. Fuck you.'', seconds before violently separating into SCP-1319-1 and SCP-1319-2. SCP-1319-2 attempted to flee the area, while SCP-1319-1 attempted to climb up the table and resume consumption of Research Assistant █████''s lunch. Both were subsequently brought into containment. Despite investigation, no potential cause for this event has thus far been discovered.

Interviewed: SCP-1319-1
Interviewer: Dr. ████

<Begin Interview>

Dr. ████: Hello, SCP-1319-1.

SCP-1319-1: Hey, Doc.

Dr. ████: I''d just like to ask you a few questions, if that''s all right.

SCP-1319-1: Sure. I don''t mind.

Dr. ████: Now, I''ll have to warn you, they are about SCP-1319-2 -

SCP-1319-1: Oh. Him.

Dr. ████: I hope that won''t be a problem.

SCP-1319-1: No, no. (pauses) Not really. I''m not even that mad, to be honest. He''s less rational about it, but you can''t let him get to you.

Dr. ████: I''d like to know how you and SCP-1319-2 came to separate, if you know.

SCP-1319-1: (pauses) Well, if was more a bunch of little things, if you really want to know. He was just…incompetent. We''d be going down the hallway or something, and he''d just trip, and I''d be like ''what the fuck was that?''. He''d play ignorant, but I''d know he messed up. The thing that really got me was that he never improved. He never took my advice and actually applied it to the way he did his job.

Dr. ████: This job being…walking?

SCP-1319-1: Not always. Driving cars was a problem with him too. You won''t believe this. One time, we were driving down the street, I was doing my job, steering and everything, and what does the stupid dick do? Drives straight through a red light. He was going down, and he was pulling me down with him.

Dr. ████: So you separated?

SCP-1319-1: Yeah. I''d just had enough of his bullshit. The excuses, all of it. Got out of there, tried to be dignified about it. Didn''t want to make a scene. But he goes running, drawing all this unwanted attention to me, because I''m the one who has to stay and clean up after him.

Dr. ████: I see. Well, thank you, SCP-1319-1.

SCP-1319-1: No problem.

<End Interview>

Interviewed: SCP-1319-2
Interviewer: Dr. ████

<Begin Interview>

Dr. ████: Hello, SCP-1319-2. I''d just like to ask you a couple of yes or no questions, if that''s all right. Tap your foot once for no, and twice for yes. Do you understand?

(SCP-1319-2 taps foot twice.)

Dr. ████: Good. Now, are you aware of your current location?

(SCP-1319-2 taps foot twice.)

Dr. ████: Why is that? Do you remember being here when you were connected to SCP-1319-1?

(SCP-1319-2 taps foot once.)

Dr. ████: So you can actually see your surroundings?

(SCP-1319-2 taps foot twice.)

Dr. ████: I see. Now, I''d like to talk about SCP-1319-1, if that''s alright.

(SCP-1319-2 ceases movement.)

Dr. ████: Do you resent SCP-1319-1?

(No movement.)

Dr. ████: Ah, do you dislike SCP-1319-1?

(No movement.)

Dr. ████: Do you hate SCP-1319-1?

(SCP-1319-2 stomps foot twice.)

Dr. ████: He says that the separation between you two was your fault. Do you believe that?

(SCP-1319-2 stomps foot once.)

Dr. ████: So you believe it was his fault?

(SCP-1319-2 stomps foot twice.)

Dr. ████: Well, thank you, SCP-1319-2. That''s all for now.

<End Interview>

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