The Department of Miscommunications (DoMc) will handle everything about SCP-XXXX. This document's language is written in this manner as a contingency in case of a SCP-XXXX breach. The key for SCP-XXXX must not be located anywhere in this documentation.
- Eli Forkley, Director of the DoMC

Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Hard to Contain

Important Holding Info: SCP-XXXX is in Extraneous Information section. Keep Extraneous Information complex. Keyword is only there. Class-C solutions if leaked. Rest of document simple in case of escape.

Descriptive Info: SCP-XXXX is an anomalous cipher. Cipher appears when keyword written. When cipher appears, "decodes" document and removes meaning from keyword across everything, not just document it appears in. Rest of document follows once keyword gone. Makes document unreadable.

Cipher can only be in one place at a time. Cannot remove concept if keyword only used once. If SCP-XXXX cannot remove concept, will go straight to "decoding" document. More complex documents are harder to decode. Simple words harder to decode as well, since is it simplest form.

SCP-XXXX has shifted keywords in past. Don't know why. When shifting, old keywords go back to normal. Old keywords slow "decoding" of documents they are in.

Previous key words:

  • Copy Paper
  • Document
  • File
  • Anomaly
  • Special Containment Procedures
  • Mobile Task Force Eta-10, "See No Evil"
  • Memetic
  • Antimeme
  • ████████, or "solutions" in document.

Extraneous Information
The contents of this document are not to be edited. Proceed with caution. If SCP-XXXX escapes, alert DoMC. New document will be made as soon as possible.

Aight so I'm just gonna try to rewrite this entire section I guess since that seems to be where the issue is. The fifthism is gonna be sneaky until right at the very end.

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