Item: SCP-666

Laconic Containment Procedures: SCP-666 is to be stored and monitored in a closed vault in the Tibetan mountains. Guards must be changed weekly, and be free of drugs and alcohol addiction.

Only D-Class personnel may enter SCP-666 without a Level 4 approval.

Laconic Description: SCP-666 is a yurt made of branches and yak leather, shaped like a dome. It was discovered in 1973 when operatives searched the mountain because of reports of several missing people. The yurt was then taken to Site 73 for investigation.

When people with no addictions in the past enter the yurt, nothing happens. But, when someone with addictions in the past enters SCP-666, they start to hallucinate about those times. During the hallucinations, they are face to face with SCP-666-1 who tries to persuade the person out of all addictions. And almost all of the time, it works. (There's no telling if the person hallucinating will actually drop the addiction, but there's a 94% chance that they always will.)

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