TYPE: Spelled Servitor
FUNCTION: Cleansing, Emotional Grounding
NAME: SCP-368 (Can Be Changed)
BASIS: SCP Files
ENERGY TYPE: Light Arts
APPEARANCE: SCP-368 takes on the form of an origami crane, built of patterned cardstock paper that doesn’t seem to fade, rip, or tear.
PERSONALITY: SCP-368 acts as a normal bird would - evading capture, playing with humans, perching on shoulders, flying from perch to perch and level to level, and other such activities. SCP-368 spends a lot of their time just enjoying the energies and company of humans. They are a wonderful companion, and are very easy to work with (though rather dislike restrictions and will not be easily kept in one area).
ABILITIES: SCP-368 is able to cleanse emotional strain and stale energies. They can help keep their keeper grounded during emotional turmoil, and also specifically target anxiety and triggers for it. They are very uplifting, and will help keep you further from episodes and upsetting situations. They help to also keep stale energies from bogging you down, which can keep you energized and ready to go without the residual ties attached to you or an activity.
SPELL: When activated, SCP-368 will recreate itself in a slightly different color and its copy will go to whomever you have requested they go to and not only cleanse the area, but aid in granting the emotional fortitude to keep them steady in tough times. These copies will go to yourself or a designated friend, family member, or passerby, and will dissolve when they are no longer needed.
SUGGESTED OFFERINGS: Origami, Energy Work, Meditation, Open Windows, Fresh Air
PREFERRED VESSEL: Celestite, Selenite
Secure. Contain. Protect.
The SCP Foundation has been devoted to protecting humanity by locking away (and occasionally eliminating) the anomalies of the world. There are many horrors in their vaults, as well as many wonders that can aid in your day to day life, or even your practice.
Each Servitor is created as close to the original profile as possible. However, in a Keter or Euclid class SCP, safeguards are placed on their personality and powers to keep them in check so that they cannot be of harm. Not all of them have a listed form, at which point I will take creative liberty on their appearance and manifestations.
You have the option to give your SCP a name in most cases, should you so desire. If you don't, they will simple be referred to as their corresponding number.
The most controlled SCPs, be they objects that hold a sentience that cooperates with the SCP Foundation, or even animate creatures that obey the Foundation's commands for self-preservation. They are the easiest to work with, and by far the kindest.
Absolutely unpredictable, the Euclid class doesn't communicate with humanity. It's unsure how they will react to stimuli, and there are many safety features in place to handle them and keep them contained.
The most dangerous of the three classes, the Keter class refers to the active SCPs that can and will be a threat to humanity if released. They are potent and are often the subject of trials to destroy them.