SCP-860

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SCP-860
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Object Class Safe
Animate? No
Harmful? No
SCP Link SCP-860
Containment Chamber
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SCP-860, or the "Blue Key", is an SCP object that can be obtained in SCP - Containment Breach.

Description[edit | edit source]

SCP-860 is a dark blue key of unremarkable shape. It can fit in any door lock that requires a key located in the area of the given coordinates, and will function identically to the correct key for that lock. It only works on door locks, and only if they are attached to a door; it will not work on any other type of locking device.

When SCP-860 is used to unlock and open a door, the door does not lead to its usual destination. Instead, it opens into SCP-860-1.

In-game[edit | edit source]

SCP-860 can be found in a storage chamber along with SCP-714 and SCP-1025. Its storage room can be accessed with a level 3 keycard. It can be used to open the wooden door in SCP-860's testing chamber to take the player to SCP-860-1.

SCP-860-1[edit | edit source]


SCP-860-1
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Animate? No
Harmful? Yes
This SCP has music relating to it.
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SCP-860-1 is a location that can be reached utilizing SCP-860.

Description[edit | edit source]

SCP-860-1 is a small forest clearing centered on an 80 cm wide footpath surrounded by a grove enveloped in blue-colored mist.

As soon as any person enters SCP-860-1, the door automatically closes. From inside SCP-860-1, the door appears attached to an infinite concrete wall, and is locked. The trail inside SCP-860-1 usually leads to another door attached to another infinite concrete wall. This second door leads to the normal destination room of the door on which SCP-860 was used.

A number of anomalous events and creatures have been sighted in SCP-860-1.

In-game[edit | edit source]

Upon being brought into SCP-860-1, the player will be faced with a dirt path in front of them. The path itself is linear with a few forks in the road along the way, with one of the paths leading to a dead end. Several notes left by Izumi Junko can be found along the trail.

Eventually the player will reach the other door, but SCP-860-2 will constantly be stalking them throughout the entire area, so it is advised that the player keep an eye out for it.

SCP-860-2[edit | edit source]


SCP-860-2
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Animate? Yes
Harmful? Yes
This SCP has music relating to it.
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SCP-860-2, also unofficially referred to as "The Guardian", is a creature which lives in SCP-860-1.

Description[edit | edit source]

SCP-860-2 is a large feline creature that walks on four legs with bark-like skin and dull gray vegetation covering most of its body. It has a long, broad tail, pointed ears, and bright yellow symbols on its chest and head. In addition, its eyes are bright enough to be seen in 860-1's dense fog. It is predatory in nature and will display hostility toward anything within 860-1.

In-game[edit | edit source]

SCP-860-2 will stalk the player throughout the forest. It can occasionally be seen watching them through the trees. If the player tries to approach 860-2 while it is docile, it will dash away back into the forest.

If the player takes too long to maneuver through the forest, SCP-860-2 will jump out from the trees and onto the path to chase the player and try to kill them.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • It took SCP-860 over two years to finally be completed after it was initially confirmed.
  • The loading screen image is of the original tile-based planes and models built by MarianoEzequielC in late 2012[dead link].
  • SCP-860-2 had a few animations that were left unused in the game, but can still be found in the original blender model. This included an animation of the creature rearing up on its hind legs, and another of it sitting down.
  • In v1.0-1.0.6, the player could see SCP-860-1 from the opened doorway before entering it. As of v1.1 they will instead be teleported directly inside 860-1 upon using SCP-860 on the wooden door. This change was made due to the effect needed to render 860-1 in the doorway causing crashes for some Windows 8 users.

Gallery[edit | edit source]