Why do Scps fear 173?

Why do Scps fear 173?

Simple, SCP-173 is the first SCP. The Peanut is Death if he were bashful and a statue. SCP-682 is terrified of 173 due of its enormous power, speed, and strength. SCP-173 might have taken on a form that was unnoticeable to humans, but it selected something more visible. The Scissors are used by 173 to cut people in half.

Other items that make up the dread entity are the Neostaff (the stuff that makes up D-class personnel), which should never be seen in the presence of an SCP. The Foundation should keep these items away from all living things because if one bit of Neostaff gets into your system you're in trouble. Also, Goulgut's head is required for containment purposes so don't go poking around in there with bare hands.

As for why Scps hate 173, we can only assume that they feel like they've been put in danger every time they help out a new employee. Perhaps they feel like they deserve punishment for their kindness, too.

However, some Scps may not fear 173 at all - perhaps they even welcome it. These individuals see problems that need fixing and they go about doing just that, no matter what happens. Problems will always exist in the world, and these individuals will always be needed to deal with them.

It's also possible that some Scps enjoy causing pain and suffering.

Why does SCP 682 fear SCP 173?

According to the log, 173 was able to rip apart 682, with SCP-682 only surviving because 173 was unable to reach far enough to kill him. So, in my perspective, 173 is extremely strong and had to be nerfed by another god thing, which is why 682 is afraid of 173.

Is it possible to kill SCP-173?

SCP-173 is a sculpture made of concrete. It has the ability to move quickly and will kill by either snapping at the base of the skull or strangling. Both methods of death were observed during testing.

It was discovered in a warehouse in New Mexico by MTF-Pi-6 ("Ghostbusters") while investigating anomalous items. The team was about to leave when they found the statue. After it attacked one of the team members, the other members opened fire, killing the statue.

Testing of subjects near SCP-173 shows high levels of stress and anxiety. No subject has been able to withstand the presence of 173 for more than three minutes.

During testing, subjects would often ask what type of weapon they had used against SCP-173. When told that it was not a weapon but rather an artifact, the subject would usually calm down and stop asking questions about it.

It is currently stored at Site-19 in a secure chamber.

If you try to take away its reason to live, it will eventually die.

What does SCP-173 do?

SCP-173, commonly known as The Sculpture, is a fictitious monster from the SCP Foundation, which strives to keep anomalous items, locations, and beings hidden from the rest of the world. SCP-173 is an animated statue composed of concrete and rebar that has been spray painted with Krylon brand paint. When an object or person comes into contact with SCP-173, they are drawn into its mouth.

The first recorded incident involving SCP-173 occurred in January 1973 when it devoured a man named Lester Walton. Since then, it has consumed over 120 individuals, all of whom have been drawn into its mouth at some point during their interaction with it.

The only known method of preventing someone from being eaten by SCP-173 is if you walk away. If someone comes into contact with it, they are immediately consumed. There is no warning; they can't even see what will kill them.

After eating its victim, SCP-173 will go through a series of motions before collapsing onto its side. It appears to be sleeping until morning when it wakes up and repeats this cycle indefinitely.

No one knows why it eats people, but since it always consumes them it seems likely that they have done something wrong. Perhaps they have seen something strange or mysterious and wanted more than anything else to tell someone about it?

What’s the scariest SCP?

Nos. 1-10 of the 100 Scariest SCP Entries

  • 06: The Old Man (AKA Radical Larry)
  • 49: The Plague Doctor.
  • 96: The Shy Guy.
  • 82: “The Hard-to-Destroy Reptile”
  • 39: “With Many Voices” Hello?
  • 93: “Bobble the Clown” And I’m your host, Satan!
  • 55: [unknown]

How dangerous is SCP-035?

Despite being classed as Keter and being dangerous, SCP-035 is absolutely harmless to the player. The tentacles generated by the liquids in the confinement room, on the other hand, will assault the player.

The liquid inside of the container may appear to be harmless, but it's the fumes that come off of it that are actually dangerous. The player should never be under the water line of the container or within the tentacles' reach during testing, as death will result.

Testing has shown that anyone can be affected by SCP-035; no one is safe from its powers. Personnel who have been in the containment chamber for more than five minutes after exposure will suffer from severe dehydration due to the fluid producing intense thirst sensations. If the player removes their helmet while submerged in the liquid, the effects will be exacerbated; death will follow soon after.

Exposure times longer than five minutes will cause the liquid to evaporate from the skin, leaving behind painful blisters that will take several days to heal. Further exposure will lead to the development of severe respiratory problems due to the toxic fumes that emanate from the substance. Death will result from asphyxiation caused by the fluid drying out before their lungs can recover.

There is no known cure for the effects of SCP-035 once they have begun to manifest.

What are safe SCPs?

SCPs of the safe-class are anomalies that can be simply and securely contained. This is frequently owing to the Foundation researching the SCP well enough that containment does not necessitate considerable expenditures or that the anomalies necessitate a particular and conscious activation or trigger. Examples include the Safe in the Safe Room theme park attraction and the Safe in the Dark television show.

There are three main categories of safe anomalies: those that cannot harm humans or animals, those that cannot reach Earth's atmosphere, and those that do not affect electronic devices. A few examples from history would be the Mona Lisa painting, which must be kept in a climate-controlled room for its own protection, and the New York Times newspaper, which can be read online without any risk to life or property.

Some anomalies require certain conditions to exist for them to manifest, such as a solar eclipse. Others are permanent features of the universe like the expansion of the Universe. Some require human action to activate, like the release of pressure inside a nuclear reactor. And some can only be activated by an individual with special abilities, like psychics who can open doors with their thoughts or wizards who can cast spells with no material component.

All safe anomalies are contained in secure facilities where only designated personnel can access them. They are never released into the public because this could cause serious problems if an anomaly became active while people were out in the world causing damage.

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