In the Cold Shadow of her Ovary Tower
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Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Keter

Special Containment Procedures: Foundation Artificial Intelligence Conscript TSATPWTCOTTTADC.aic is deployed to locate and replace all digital images and video footage containing SCP-XXXX with Class-F visual amnestics.

MTF Omicron-88 ("Witch's Tit") is to track and monitor SCP-XXXX in order minimize exposure to non-Foundation personnel. Additionally, Omicron-88's responsibilities include:

  • administering regional air traffic controllers under the guise of local military authorities in order to maintain a 5 km no-flight zone around SCP-XXXX.
  • coordination with local emergency and disaster relief services in order to minimize civilian casualties during and following an Inquiry Event. (Defined as SCP-XXXX descending to a height of below 1km.)
  • investigation into the identity of POI-XXXX-01 "Maxine".

Description: SCP-XXXX is a roughly 3 km long tendril of flesh, visually identified as an enormous ovary with free-hanging Fallopian tube. SCP-XXXX is capable of flight at speeds observed up to 75 km/h, typically remaining at a height of roughly 10 km.

SCP-XXXX is perpetually surrounded by a severe snowstorm with wind speeds in excess of 130km/h. Visibility and maneuverability impact due to extreme blizzard conditions render attempts to intercept or engage with conventional aircraft and munitions currently impractical.

Addendum XXXX.1: Discovery / Initial Inquiry Event


Darvaza gas crater.

SCP-XXXX was first sighted emerging from the Darvaza gas crater1in Derweze, Turkmenistan on 2/20/2000. Foundation assets arrived on-site 2 hours following reports of initial manifestation. Extensive wind and ice damage were found present within a ~4 km radius of the crater.

Ashgabat local Gulshat Abdulov was recovered sheltered within an overturned truck near the initial manifestation point.

Addendum XXXX.2: Log of Inquiry Events

Addendum XXXX.3: Inquiry Event 2 log of recovered materials

Addendum XXXX.4: Inquiry Event 4 log of recovered materials

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