SCP-096 Minecraft Skin
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SCP-096 is a humanoid creature measuring approximately 2.38 meters in
height. Subject shows very little muscle mass, with preliminary
analysis of body mass suggesting mild malnutrition. Arms are grossly out
of proportion with the rest of the subject's body, with an approximate
length of 1.5 meters each. Skin is mostly devoid of pigmentation, with
no sign of any body hair.


SCP-096's jaw can open to four (4) times the norm of an average
human. Other facial features remain similar to an average human, with
the exception of the eyes, which are also devoid of pigmentation. It is
not yet known whether SCP-096 is blind or not. It shows no signs of any
higher brain functions, and is not considered to be sapient.


SCP-096 is normally extremely docile, with pressure sensors inside
its cell indicating it spends most of the day pacing by the eastern
wall. However, when someone views SCP-096's face, whether it be
directly, via video recording, or even a photograph, it will enter a
stage of considerable emotional distress. SCP-096 will cover its face
with its hands and begin screaming, crying, and babbling incoherently.
Approximately one (1) to two (2) minutes after the first viewing,
SCP-096 will begin running to the person who viewed its face (who will
from this point on be referred to as SCP-096-1).


Documented speeds have varied from thirty-five (35) km/h to ███ km/h,
and seems to depend on distance from SCP-096-1. At this point, no known
material or method can impede SCP-096's progress. The actual position
of SCP-096-1 does not seem to affect SCP-096's response; it seems to
have an innate sense of SCP-096-1's location. Note: This reaction does
not occur when viewing artistic depictions (see Document 096-1) .
CreditThe SCP Foundation
GenderOther
FormatJava
ModelSteve
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