All That Whinnies


Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is to be housed in a communal equine containment stable. Only personnel who have not engaged in sexual intercourse1 are allowed within line of sight of SCP-XXXX. In the threat of a containment breach, SCP-XXXX personnel are to sing to pacify it. Antivenom XXXX-A is to be administered to personnel afflicted by SCP-XXXX-1.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a venomous unicorn. It is similar in appearance to a white Arabian horse2 with a single large pointed horn at the center of its forehead. SCP-XXXX's horn can deliver an anomalous silica-based venom designated SCP-XXXX-1 upon puncturing the skin. SCP-XXXX has anomalous strength and its kicks are strong enough to knock down reinforced metal doors. Its leg power also allows it to scale 90-degree surfaces. When not in the presence of other equine animals, SCP-XXXX becomes agitated and may attempt to breach containment. When a humanoid subject who has engaged in sexual intercourse is allowed within SCP-XXXX's line of sight, SCP-XXXX will enter an extremely hostile state. During this state, SCP-XXXX will chase the subject and attempt to inject SCP-XXXX-1 through its horn into any area on the offender's body. SCP-XXXX will then attempt to breach containment and proceed to hunt any non-virgin humanoids within 1.5 kilometers. In this state, SCP-XXXX can be pacified by the singing of a virgin. (see Addendum: Incident XXXX-Aleph)

SCP-XXXX-1 contains compounds designated as unicotoxins. SCP-XXXX-1 is injected into an offending subject's bloodstream where it transmutes blood and tissue into luminescent particles and crystals. Symptoms usually appear within a few minutes to a few hours after gouging and may include:


SCP-XXXX-1 crystal growths.

  • Severe, immediate pain
  • Crystal growths on the skin
  • Discoloration of the skin
  • Luminescent bleeding
  • Vomiting with reflective particles
  • Mild confusion
  • A minty, sweet, or sour taste in the mouth
  • Numbness or tingling the gouge area
  • Signs of shock

Collected particles and crystal growths are variations of quartz and have no further known anomalies.

Addendum: Discovery

Addendum: Incident XXXX-Alpha

Addendum: Interview with D-199815

Addendum: Incident XXXX-Beta

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