The Protective Gardener
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Item #: SCP-XXXX Level 2/XXXX
Object Class: Safe Classified


Instances of SCP-XXXX.

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX's containment area is a 1 km radius isolated to outpost Thelma-0A2. Fallen or deceased flora are not to be disturbed within or removed from SCP-XXXX's containment area.

Individuals who disturb the aforementioned vegetation within SCP-XXXX's containment area are required to remain at outpost Thelma-0A2 for 24 hours.

Scaffolding platforms, which were present at the time of discovery, are currently used for observation, Connected by a series of zip lines and are supported by posts, they are arranged regularly in an area overlapping SCP-XXXX's containment.

The electric fence surrounding SCP-XXXX is to be inspected daily. While inspecting the razor wire over the perimeter fencing, containment specialists are to immediately report any vegetation caught in the wire. Upon which, MTF Theta-4 ("Gardeners") is to be immediately deployed to remove the vegetation and return it to the containment area.

Description: SCP-XXXX are an increasing quantity of mounds, predominantly consisting of dead vines and fallen foliage, arranged in rows approximately 1-meter apart. These mounds have been observed ensnaring any warmblooded animal that comes in contact with them. Furthermore, if disturbed they are found arranged in the usual pattern the following morning.

After having remained within outpost Thelma-0A2 between 2200 and 0600 hours, debriefed personnel have unanimously described a presence, accompanied by a rustling sound, which some individuals have hypothesized to be responsible for arranging the mounds and gathering vegetation to form new instances of SCP-XXXX. While as of yet no visual identification has occurred, this phenomenon has been designated as SCP-XXXX-1.

Personnel who have physically damaged dead vegetation within SCP-XXXX's containment area have been located the following morning added to different arrangements within various instances of SCP-XXXX. These arrangements are discovered near the shed found within the SCP-XXXX's containment area. The segments of these subjects are alive and hypothesized to be sustained by the vines connected to exposed veins and arteries. Closer observation reveals the exposed capillaries leak an unidentified viscous amber fluid. Similar to the mounds of vegetation, the arrangements are found in the same state each morning.

Below is a list of arrangements currently observable within instances of SCP-XXXX:

  • Lungs in the shape of a butterfly.
  • Smiling eyeless heads with toes replacing the teeth.
  • Concentric circles of teeth sorted by size and type.
  • Livers in a mosaic resembling a face.
  • Fingers arranged into floral sculptures.
  • Spiders formed of two torsos and the digit-less limbs of two subjects.
  • A mound full of eyes, each at a suitable viewing angle to the other arrangements nearby.

While the subject's organs are discovered arranged in separate mounds, thus rendering vocal communication impossible, investigations have concluded that all subjects are responsive to stimuli. Further testing has reported that, given alternative communication methods, subjects are unable to form relevant coherent responses to provided inquiries. Documented responses of subjects to stimuli unanimously and repeatedly communicate admiration for their newfound "aesthetic". Due to SCP-XXXX's property of reverting to a previous state, subjects have been unable to be euthanized as per the request of the Ethics Committee.

Discovery: SCP-XXXX were discovered via aerial reconnaissance, following Captain John Schut's report of their new mobile task force, Beta-4 ("Castaways"), encountering an unusual grouping of mounds and structures while tracking an anomalous animal. An exploration team was sent in to investigate.

During the exploration team's operation, remote communication was lost and MTF Theta-4 was deployed. The team's audio log was located and a transcription is included with the task force's report.

MTF Theta-4's Report


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