Avelar Express First Class Prime™!
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Aftermath of an SCP-XXXX-1 event.

Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX has been moved to an internal Foundation domain. Any testing must take place outdoors in an open area and must be approved by at least a Level 4 clearance personnel.

Description: SCP-XXXX refers to www.avelarexpressfirstclassprime.███, an online shopping website managed by a company referred to as "Avelar Professional Products Inc." SCP-XXXX primarily sells non-anomalous professional products and stationary, and offers advertisements to other non-anomalous websites. All records show that SCP-XXXX was registered on December 7th, 2015 by an anonymous individual under the pseudonym "Zamora_734".

SCP-XXXX's primary anomalous quality is its express shipping option. Upon selecting one or more item and proceeding to their cart, the shopper will have an opportunity to select the "Express First Class Prime™!" express shipping option, which advertises itself as being able to deliver the product "to your doorstep in less than a day!" Selecting this option and checking out the product will initiate an SCP-XXXX-1 event.

SCP-XXXX-1 events begin with a Boeing C-17 Globemaster III, hereby designated SCP-XXXX-1, spontaneously manifesting between 1 and 7 hours after an individual has selected the "Express First Class Prime™!" shipping option. SCP-XXXX-1 will manifest at ~28,000 feet and traveling at ~450 knots, within 1000 kilometers of the computer from where the order was placed. Upon flying over the general location of the computer where the order was placed, the cargo doors will open and a large tungsten cylinder will be dropped outward. Due to its weight and density, the collision with the tungsten tube will often result in significant property damage and bodily harm, nearly always completely destroying the targeted building. Following this, SCP-XXXX-1's cargo doors will close and it will fly another 500-700 km before demanifesting.

Prior to its discovery and subsequent containment by the Foundation, SCP-XXXX was in the custody of the United States Army. After containment was achieved, the Army refused to turn over its data regarding SCP-XXXX, allegedly to prevent a leak of national security. However, Foundation technicians have recovered SCP-XXXX-1's destination and cargo logs from SCP-XXXX.

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notes n shit

plot is basically that the u.s army abuses the shit out of this thing to call in airstrikes until the people over at avelar get wind and go "how about now" by leveling ~some~ horrible fate against the military base deploying them

foundation finds this out by the finding that the plane matches a missing military place and the website's server farm is a bunch of human computers in a military base in the middle east

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