Story overview[ edit ] Higurashi:
Keter Special Containment Procedures: All containment efforts are directed towards surveillance of Prime Susceptibility Communities and rapid mobilization of venue disruption teams upon confirmation of a SCP Phase 2 event.
Site's two dedicated PSC monitoring team members are to maintain media oversight of yet-unaffected Prime Susceptibility Communities as their sole function. Containment teams stationed in active SCP communities are to monitor and maintain an accurate record of all instances of "Saint Simon's Day" and intervene to prevent virulent behaviors in any SCP vectors.
SCPRed vectors should be taken into custody under the guise of U. Customs and Border Protection and remanded to Site for analysis and disposal.
Containment teams are to use standard hearing protection when attempting to contain any potential SCPRed vector. Local monitoring teams are to be stationed in any community affected by a SCP event, regardless of whether or not disruption was successful.
Expanded local mass media surveillance to include delivery methods such as skywriting, smartphone-based advertising, and faith-based community outreach should continue indefinitely until further research determines the long-term effects of event exposure on community susceptibility.
This requires a minimum of resources or long-term intervention in most cases.
All available notifications banners, flyers, posters, pamphlets, videotapes, etc. SCP is most easily understood as a "virulent holiday". SCP is the cumulative reference for a series of anomalous phenomena and behaviors which overwrite existing human perception of a calendar date or dates with the belief that the date in question is a holiday designated "Saint Simon's Day".
In practice, SCP behaves in a manner roughly analogous to a pathogen, infecting human perception of the calendar date through self-replicating SCP events. To date, all communities experiencing an SCP event have been located in American-held states and territories which do not observe Daylight Savings Time, and have been in existence as distinct civic entities no earlier than January 1st, Communities meeting these criteria are designated Prime Susceptibility Communities.
Though events have thus far only taken place in this limited range, SCPRed vectors can easily transmit infection to communities and individuals outside this zone.
Due to Foundation intervention, no documented infection has yet taken root outside of a Prime Susceptibility Community.
SCP phenomena proceed along a currently predictable course: This will invariably include some iteration of the phrase "Saint Simon". Targeted events are always community-wide in scope with no formal invitation required such as a race, festival, fair, or parade.
SCP will progressively co-opt such a community event over the course of two to thirty days see list of previous instances. At this phase, only a single media outlet may be affected, and the naming convention may not yet be consistent or logical.
The words "Saint Simon" in promotional materials are thus far the only commonalities between announcements for SCP events at this phase. Containment teams are to verify a shift to Phase 2 before attempting any form of intervention as targeted venues and event types have shifted randomly during Phase 1, leading to confusion and loss of containment.
There is currently no reliable protocol for effective neutralization of an SCP event during Phase 1. Phase 2 - 48 hours before the event date, all promotional materials for the event will alter to include a consistent iteration of "Saint Simon" in their title.
In addition, the venue will be consistent across these materials, and they will specify a duration of 12pm to 4pm without exception. There appears to be no accompanying compulsion to attend the event despite this knowledge.
Unless the venue is rendered unavailable, the scheduled community gathering will take place in accordance with the time and date indicated on the SCPaltered media. Venue disruption is the only currently proven means of preventing an SCP event.
Note that despite the anomalous name change, physical preparations for this event proceeded normally—the co-opted event was a chili cookoff.
Phase 3 - At All persons within the designated community event boundaries will cease voluntary movement for precisely sixteen minutes and sixteen seconds ending Non-human life is not affected by SCP events.
If observed at a range closer than 15 meters during this time, the observer will enter the event boundaries and be affected accordingly.
Although close-range medical tests are not possible, viewing from minimum safe distance indicates that affected individuals continue to respirate and blink normally for the duration of the stasis. Mild to moderate physical interaction from a non-human entity or outside force will break this stasis, causing the affected individual s to fall prone and collapse into a fully unconscious state that will last until the cessation of the event at Phase 4 - At All affected individuals will leave stasis including those who may have been rendered unconscious and prone due to outside forces and return to their homes by whatever means they arrived at the venue.Getting educated and taking a few basic steps may well keep you from becoming a victim of crime and fraud—and save you a great deal of time and trouble.
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