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Anomaly Containment System (ACS)

SCPs are classified through the Anomaly Containment System. Including Disruption Class (secure), Containment Class (contain), and Risk Class (protect).


Containment Class

Safe

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SCPs that are very easy to contain or that don't need many resources to contain. That doesn't mean that SCP is not dangerous, just simple to contain

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Euclid

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SCPs that require more resources to contain completely or where containment isn't always reliable. Usually this is because the SCP is insufficiently understood or inherently unpredictable.

Note: SCP that can act on their own are generally classified here.


Keter

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SCPs that are very difficult to contain or haven't yet been contained. Generally the resources to contain these SCPs are limited. This doesn't mean the SCP is dangerous; just difficult to contain



Thaumiel

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SCP that assist the foundation in containing or counteracting other SCPs.

Neutralized

SCP that have been destroyed or disabled by intentional or accidental means

Written as follows:

Item #: SCP- ∞ (or SCP- ∞)

Containment Class: Neutralized (formerly safe)

Apollyon

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SCP that are impossible to contain and/ or are expected to breach containment. Usually associated with world-ending threats (or K-Class Scenarios), it requires a massive effort from the Foundation to deal with.



Archon

SCPs that can be contained but are decidedly uncontained for some reason. (It may be a part of our ‘common knowledge’ of reality or have worse retribution if put into containment.)



Disruption Class

Dark

Not very likely to disrupt the general population.

Vlam

Not likely to disrupt the general population, typically confined to a locality.

Keneq

Likely to disrupt the general population, typically confined to a region or city.

Ekhi

Extremely likely to disrupt the general population. Disruption is typically widespread, affecting major metropolitan areas or countries.

Amida

Worldwide disruption of the general population. Disruption is global. Threats may disrupt an area larger than Earth.




Risk Class

Notice

Low risk potential. Individuals nearby may feel small effects, but it rarely poses any harm.

Caution

Moderate risk potential. Individuals nearby will experience the effects, and it may cause harm.

Warning

High risk potential. Individuals nearby will be at risk for experiencing severe harm, up to and including death.

Danger

Very high risk potential. Individuals nearby will inevitably be exposed to harm, up to and including death. These effects are difficult to help.

Critical

Extremely severe risk potential. Individuals nearby will inevitably be exposed to serious, life-threatening harm. These effects cannot be helped.




Esoteric Class

Sub-Containment Classes that are created for specific incidents/ SCP (not always seen as ‘canon’).

Ticonderoga

Item cannot be contained but does not need to be contained.


Uncontained

SCP the foundation is aware of but have not been contained yet.


Cernunnos

Item can be contained, but the Foundation cannot because of logistical or ethical reasons.

(Cite the Ethics Committee™ and Logistics Department.)

Decommissioned

SCPs deleted and an example of what not to do. (Previously, if an SCP got downvoted enough, mods would delete it. Not cool.)


Yesod

Item has been integrated into the Foundation's command structure.


(Ex: SCP-001, or “God’s Blind Spot” area, is used as an SCP HQ, protects important admin ie the 05 Council.)

53

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An SCP Ranking 53 is highly intrusive, has unknown capabilities, and an unknown nature. That is, when an anomaly is discovered, it is a 53, and after discovering what it does, it will be classified with another Class.



Zeno

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A Zeno Rated SCP is an SCP that is difficult to contain but not dangerous or not dangerous at all.Even though there is no danger, special containment procedures must be effective to prevent their escape or a breach.


Heimal

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It would be two or more beings with the same powers, as they can be twins or clones Or Beings that control the powers of the other SCP but do not control theirs and the others do the same thing Or Beings that can be together to help their powers

Tiamat

Item poses an immediate threat to humanity, but can be "contained" via open warfare or other Veil-breaking operations.


Chhokmah

Item is entangled with baseline and its containment would affect intelligent entities.


Continua

Item has been affected by the disappearance of a part of the anomaly.


Drygioni

Item is currently under an official investigation for authenticity by the Overseer (05) Council.


Embla

Item is used by the Foundation to create anomalies.

Eparch

Item is non-anomalous but related to the anomalous.


Gevurah

Item endangers the inner structure of the Foundation and limits the ability of the Foundation to carry out its secondary objectives.


Declassified

Item has been revealed to the Foundation and public at large.


Maksur

Item has been separated into several parts which must be kept separate.


Necropsar

There is no credible evidence to support the existence of Item in a kind of social history. However, through the observation of historical view the validity of project existence can be confirmed from other historical processes. A series of signs/symptoms may/will exist in the Item can be found.


Roll

Errors such as garbled code are caused by abnormal items in project classification.





Secondary Class

SCP classifications that are uncommon (not always seen as ‘canon’).

Containment Class

Unclassed

Object classification has been intentionally avoided.


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Object class has been omitted.


Safe

Object class is being lied about.


Others:

[DATA EXPUNGED]

Debated

ERROR

[REDACTED]


Disruption class

Infrared

The amount of disruption that this item is producing cannot be discerned.


Erloschen

May cause great shifts in reality, however due to altering reality these effects are considered normal.


N/A

Disruption class is inapplicable due to the veil being broken.


Null

Item is intentionally exposed to the populace, making a disruption class inapplicable.


Death Class

Death

Causes immediate death without clear reason.

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