Item #: SCP-600

Object Class: Safe

Laconic Containment Procedures: SCP-600 is to be kept in a standard suite with security cameras and reinforced doors and windows.

Laconic Description: SCP-600 is a smooth-skinned humanoid made entirely of muscle tissue. It stays unmoving in its cell ignoring everything around it until a human gets near. When a human sees SCP-600 directly (cameras still see it as a naked smooth guy), they will perceive it as a completely normal human that very vaguely looks like themselves and adopts characteristics from the affected person's workplace or environnment. It starts doing small talk with the person perceiving it relating to unimportant stuff or their field but never actually says anything that isn't obvious or worthless.

Since it's in Foundation custody it manifests itself as a Foundation employee and somehow knows about both itself and its designation, talking about itself as "the SCP-600 case" and name-dropping redacted stuff. It's cooperative to the extent that it doesn't acknowledge that it's contained and wants to be named "George" but doesn't care if you call it something else. For some reason non-human organisms aren't even aware it's there until they bump into it.

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