Item #: SCP-605
Object Class: Euclid
Special Containment Procedures: SCP-605 is to be stored in a 4 m x 4 m container with a 5 m height with a sturdy lock. SCP-605-A is to be stored separately in a 3 cm x 3 cm x 7 cm container with a triple-combination lock with standard daily randomization. In case of a security breach of any kind SCP-605-A is to be transported to a safe place away from SCP-605.
Description: SCP-605 was found in Osaka in a large garbage dump just outside of town. A homeless man contacted one of our undercover agents about something he found while rummaging through the usual garbage. Our agents immediately investigated the area and found a mass of large bones of various kinds in several nondescript cardboard boxes. Initial witnesses were given a level 1 Amnesiac, and the bones were evacuated to the nearest research site (research site-9) in ██████. Upon initial investigation, the 372 unidentified bones, which weighs 86 kg, are classified as SCP-605. Forensic experts and archeologists in research site-9 was able to piece together the bones, and it was found that it possessed several unique properties. These could be found in Addendum 605-1. Another piece of bone, SCP-605-A, seems to fit to an unnatural slot in SCP-605's 'cockpit', and seems to activate SCP-605's controls. This could only be done when SCP-605 is fully assembled. A human could fit inside SCP-605's 'cockpit', which contains the controls of SCP-605. Mass spectrography of SCP-605 and SCP-605-A revealed that they were made of a kind of ultradense bone with traces of metals in them.
We suspect that SCP-605 is a war machine of some kind, though not from this dimension. Because of its apparent offensive and defensive capabilities, using class-D personnel as test pilots is forbidden. It is also of high priority that this SCP do not fall into the wrong hands.
Addendum 605-1: Unique properties
- SCP-605's components do not match any known species, extinct or not.
- SCP-605's components will adhere to one another in their sockets or hinges without any means of holding them together. It had been checked for magnetism or static electricity, and the results came up with no evidence.
- SCP-605 has some discernible features: a 'cockpit', two legs, and two 'arms'. The cockpit was made of smooth skull-like bone which could open via bony hinge-like growths on its back, and could fit a 'pilot' inside. The insides were lined with soft cartilage that forms a seat, and a protusion with a slot to fit SCP-605-A is located near the front. When a pilot sat on the seat, they could see the outside of the 'cockpit' as if it were invisible. We are currently considering if this could be a kind of passive telepathy.
- SCP-605's 'arm' components include a strange, bulging projection with holes on front. It is discovered during field tests that these shoot hardened bone spikes, although no means of producing them were detected.
- Although there is no motors or muscles attached to SCP-605, when it is activated it could perform movements controlled by the pilot.
-SCP-605's components could withstand a HESH round fired by a tank. It is impervious to small-arms fire, though further tests with HEAT and APFSDS rounds has been canceled due to the uniqueness of the item.