Item #: SCP-4900

Object Class: Safe

Laconic Containment Procedures: Keep it in an ultra-secure holding cell. No records of speech spoken within the chamber may exist except handwritten accounts which are to be sealed and delivered to O5-1.

At least 40 D-Class who can read Indus Script are to remain on-site to decode SCP-4900. No knowledge of how to decipher Indus Script is allowed to exist outside of the site.

Laconic Description: SCP-4900 is a black obelisk with five sides. One side has an infinite amount of legible Indus Script that reads as a critical but accurate description of the lives of every human born since ~3650 BC. The narrator is unidentified but thought to be omnipotent and narrates people's lives in a condescending manner.

O5-7 tries to use SCP-4900's description of a target's life story to plan an assassination, but vanishes off the face of the Earth after trying to execute the plan. SCP-4900 later describes O5-7, and says that he fell out of the world for trying to meddle with forces beyond his control by trying to change the future.

Additional Context: SCP-4900 was an entry in the SCP-4000 Contest, where it won 27th place.

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