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Items change when entering the pool. From MC&D as a stylish swimming pool. Cards were a bad idea.

Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is to be stored within a standard sized containment chamber. Personnel are only to interact with SCP-XXXX for testing purposes, with testing being done by one D-Class personnel. Materials used in testing are to be pre-approved by Head Researcher Brith. SCP-XXXX-1 instances created by SCP-XXXX are to be recorded and recovered from SCP-XXXX upon the conclusion of testing. Inert SCP-XXXX-1 instances are contained within a storage locker in SCP-XXXX’s observation area and are available upon request.

Description: SCP-XXXX is an extradimensional space contained within the surface of a standard pool table. The dimensions of SCP-XXXX extend to the length and height of the table, with the interior of SCP-XXXX being bordered by wooden walls similar to that used in the table’s construction. A small wooden hatch is located within the floor of SCP-XXXX, obscured by decorative blue pebbles that cover the bottom of the space. SCP-XXXX is filled with filtered water chemically identical to water found in personal aquariums. The words “Dr. Wondertainment’s Activity Aquarium” are written in stylistic golden lettering down the length of the table.

Objects relating to or often used in a recreational activity that are placed within SCP-XXXX will suddenly vanish once fully submerged. After 5 to 10 minutes, the hatch within SCP-XXXX will open, releasing an instance of SCP-XXXX-1. SCP-XXXX-1 collectively refers to all entities created by SCP-XXXX. SCP-XXXX-1 instances are animate objects similar in appearance to various marine organisms. The anatomy of SCP-XXXX-1 instances are composed of the object previously submerged within SCP-XXXX. When removed from SCP-XXXX, SCP-XXXX-1 instances will become inert, only continuing animation when placed back into SCP-XXXX undamaged. Analysis of removed instances has shown no organic anatomy within the objects. Damaged instances will fail to reanimate, vanishing once fully submerged.

Addendum: Notable instances of SCP-XXXX-1 produced during testing.

A standard cue stick Appears to be a form of marine invertebrate with limbs similar to cue sticks. Instances vary in size, with the largest recorded instance having 23 separate limbs.
Various billiards balls Appears to be a fish with the body of a billiards ball. Fins and other vestigial organs are made of a plastic resin. Instances are extremely territorial, often building up speed and ramming their body into other entities to cause damage.
A table tennis ball Appears to be a flattened table tennis ball fastened to the wall of SCP-XXXX, with a small dent in the side facing SCP-XXXX’s interior. Instance was not observed exiting the hatch, being discovered during a later test. Instance has resisted all attempts to remove it from SCP-XXXX, remaining fastened.
Monopoly™ money of varying value Appears to be a connected length of paper currency of varying colors. When submerged, the instance will move in a slithering motion around SCP-XXXX. A cartoonish face with large teeth and threading eyes appears on the front most paper of the length. It is unknown how the instance is unaffected by water in SCP-XXXX, as chemical analysis has revealed it to be ordinary colored paper.
Dice of varying shape Appears to be a crustacean made of plastic resin. Instance protrudes from a shell similar in appearance to a die. Instances have been observed moving around SCP-XXXX by retreating into their shells and rolling across the bottom of the space. Die with larger values produce larger instances, with the largest recorded instance being approximately 4.1 kilograms in weight.
An air hockey striker Appears to be an organism similar to a jellyfish with a bulb similar in shape to an air hockey striker. The bulb will constantly release a stream of air from the center of the striker, who th it uses for locomotion within SCP-XXXX. Instance continues to release this stream while inert. Appears to be unaffected by blunt trauma, having shown to only be propelled in the direction it was attacked.
Various chess pieces Appears to be a chess piece with a curved tail extending from the flat bottom of the piece. Tail appears to be covered in plastic plates and is used by instances for locomotion and gesticulations. Instances will group together with other instances of the same color, while acting violently towards any instance of the opposite color.
A complete pack of playing cards

See Incident Report #I-XXXX-D

History: SCP-XXXX was first discovered by MTF Mu-3 (“Highest Bidders”) during a raid on a Marshall, Carter, and Dark Ltd. auction where it was being sold as a “stylized self cleaning aquarium.” Alongside the object, a water damaged paper containing the manufacturer’s documentation for SCP-XXXX was recovered.

Incedent Report #I-XXXX-D: On 08/08/██, testing of SCP-XXXX to discern the nature of its abilities began with the insertion of a standard sealed pack of playing cards into SCP-XXXX. Upon complete submersion, the cards did not disappear as normal. After 10 minutes, the pack produced to open and a large entity that began to attack nearby researchers. The entity resembled a shark of unknown species constructed entirely of playing cards. The entity proceeded to move around the testing chamber with violent, jerky movements before collapsing after approximately 27 minutes. Analysis of the remaining cards showed no anomalous properties. Three personnel were injured during the incident, with one requiring amputation due to the nature of the lacerations caused by the entity.

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