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SCP-3987

Item #: SCP-3987

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-3987 is contained within a cubic five meter long airtight unit made out of inorganic materials in a specialized containment area located in rural Wyoming operating under the cover of a brewery. SCP-3987's containment unit is subject to daily sweeps by Foundation personnel equipped with airtight inorganic hazmat suits to monitor and destroy any emergent technology, and to repair any damage done to the containment unit's bulkhead. Personnel should be subject to EMP decontamination prior to exiting the containment area.

Description: SCP-3987 is a large number of intelligent nanomachines that will, on contact with any non-human organic matter, immediately begin to convert said matter into an alcoholic liquid. Human matter will also be converted, but may present further complications1. Testing has shown that this liquid is composed of approximately 37.5% dark rum and 62.5% ginger beer, with occasional trace amounts of lime juice also having been detected. When exclusively exposed to inorganic materials for an extended period of time, SCP-3987 will begin to slowly2 eat away at said material and fashion it into tools which vary widely in level of technological advancement. Generated tools have included stone cylinders, firearms, and highly focused lasers. Almost all of these tools were utilized to attempt to break containment. Sightings of SCP-3987 were first reported after what is suspected to have been an interdimensional portal described by civilians as “Giant hole in the sky” manifested 1:09 AM on July 5, ████. The landscape behind the portal was described as “a sea of brown liquid with rafts of metal floating on the surface”. Another anomalous object designated as SCP-3987-A, rendered inoperable by local authorities before the Foundation’s could respond, is believed to have been responsible for the opening of this portal, which closed without outside intervention approximately 2 hours after SCP-3987 emerged from it. SCP-3987 was recovered from the partially converted corpses of several local law enforcement officials.

Incident Log

Incident I-6542-907: At 5:20 PM on ██/██/██, Agent Lavvone experiences a failure of integrity to her hazmat suit, causing her to become directly exposed to SCP-3987. The rest of the personnel immediately evacuated the unit. Agent Lavvone’s communication device remained active, revealing her survival even after making contact with SCP-3987. Due to the EMP decontamination being ineffective through layers of skin, Agent Lavvone was not permitted to exit the containment unit. The timeline of events follows:

5:30 PM: Agent Lavvone expresses amazement at her own survival, and affirms that she understands the reasons for her detainment in the containment unit.
5:45 PM: Agent Lavvone begins to complain of an itching sensation permeating the entirety of her body. She issues a request to be allowed to exit the containment unit, which is summarily denied.
6:07 PM: Agent Lavvone’s tone changes dramatically, with her mannerisms changing to suggest an air of familiarity. She once again requests to exit the containment unit, and is again denied.
6:24 PM: Agent Lavvone, now completely under the influence of SCP-3987, identifies herself as the nanomachine swarm and cheerfully promises to serve the listening agent “a glass of the usual” in exchange for her release from the containment unit. After request is being denied, Agent Lavvone remarks “Are you sure? It’s packed in here tonight, and I don’t think I’ll be able to make due with what I have in this room3.”
6:49 PM: Loud sloshing sounds can be heard through the microphone followed by an end of communications.

A cleanup team arrived at the site 2 hours later. The contents of the containment unit were found to be identical to those present before the incident except for the presence of 20 glasses of the alcoholic liquid SCP-3987 produces.

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