Canon Mass Orientation Tool
In Character: New administrative staff with sufficient security clearance may use this tool to more efficiently familiarize themselves with the information in the SCP database. For security and data-integrity purposes, this form of access is read-only.
Out of character: It's a tool that makes it easier to go on an archive binge. You can use the Canon Mass Orientation Tool a lot or you can just be a CMOT Dabbler, it's totally up to you.
Item #: SCP-2091
Object Class: Safe
Special Containment Procedures: SCP-2091-1 and SCP-2091-2 are to be housed in Site-182. SCP-2091-1 is to be kept in a standard Animal Containment Unit. SCP-2091-2 is to be kept in a Type S Humanoid Anomaly Containment Cell. Requests submitted from SCP-2091-2 for various entertainment are to be approved on a case-by-case basis as behavior permits.
Once every two weeks for an hour, SCP-2091-1 and SCP-2091-2 are allowed to interact with each other in SCP-2091-1's containment unit under supervision from two Level 2 researchers and a security guard.
Description: SCP-2091-1 is a sculpture of an Ursus arctos terriblis (grizzly bear), 1.2m tall at the shoulder and 2.1m in length. It is made out of polymer clay, with documentation recovered at its discovery point dating its creation to 1994. Ultrasound testing has shown cavities within SCP-2091 corresponding with the locations of organs found within Ursus arctos terriblis despite no biological tissues being detected, with no mechanisms to give it the ability to move. Various parts of its body have been replaced with patches of grass, and two toes replaced with materials from a watch. SCP-2091-1 is unable to move itself or perform any actions unless within 15m of SCP-2091-2.
SCP-2091-2 is a human female by the name of Abigael Harlowe, 20 years of age. Background checks and interviews during its time at the Foundation revealed no history of anomalous abilities prior to SCP-2091-1 gaining its anomalous traits in 1998.
When SCP-2091-1 is within 15m of SCP-2091-2, SCP-2091-1 displays locomotion and behavioral traits commonly associated with Ursus arctos terriblis. It will try to stay close to SCP-2091-2 whenever possible, and attack organisms it perceives to be threatening or harmful to SCP-2091-2. SCP-2091-2 has claimed to be able to understand SCP-2091-1, saying it is her grandfather. Whenever within the area of effect, SCP-2091-2 has been observed talking to SCP-2091-1 and conversing with it, although SCP-2091-1 has never been observed or heard talking.
During its active state, SCP-2091-1 has the ability to repair any damage to its body by swallowing a variety of materials, having a preference for clay when given a choice1.
Addendum SCP-2091-A: SCP-2091-1 and SCP-2091-2 were discovered after intercepting inquiries to police forces in Woodbine, Georgia concerning the near-fatal injuries and testimony of a burglar who had tried breaking into SCP-2091-2's house, claiming he had been attacked by "someone's pet bear" and had an unknown source of clay in his wounds. Following Foundation intervention of the case, SCP-2091-1 and SCP-2091-2 were found and taken into custody.
A search of the house where SCP-2091-1 and -2 were discovered revealed journals, notes, and photographs belonging to who is presumed to be SCP-2091-2's grandfather, David Gira, as well as an art studio belonging to him. Obituaries dated to February 13, 1998 confirm his death, though no body has been found. Court documentation shows that PoI-#962, Jonathon Harman, is the legal guardian of SCP-2091-2, though no other documentation relating to Mr. Harman has been found.
The majority of the files recovered at SCP-2091-2's house were deteriorated or unreadable due to poor management, though what has been recoverable is in Foundation archives2.
Addendum SCP-2091-C: The following is a transcript of one of the few recoverable pages taken from the journals of SCP-2091-2's house relevant to this entry.
Interview Log SCP-2091-Alpha:
|Order:||Filter by tag:|
|Title||All — SCP — Safe — Euclid — Keter — Joke — Decommissioned — Neutralized|
|Highest Rated||All — SCP — Safe — Euclid — Keter — Joke — Decommissioned — Neutralized|
|Lowest Rated||All — SCP — Safe — Euclid — Keter — Joke — Decommissioned — Neutralized|
|First created||All — SCP — Safe — Euclid — Keter — Joke — Decommissioned — Neutralized|
|Last created||All — SCP — Safe — Euclid — Keter — Joke — Decommissioned — Neutralized|
|Most recently edited||All — SCP — Safe — Euclid — Keter — Joke — Decommissioned — Neutralized|
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