SCP-914 Experiment Log Sandbox

Due to repeated vandalism on the sandbox wiki, this page has been moved to the main site.

Note: This page will be purged every week. If your log is rejected or doesn't adhere to the correct format, make sure to save a copy yourself if you want to try again.


Guidelines for future entries can be found here.


Note to all contributors:

Please include your name on all records, along with the date and the total number of items "refined."

Test Log Format:
All test logs should be written in this form:

**Name:**
**Date:** DD/MM/YYYY
**Total Items:**

**Input:**
**Setting:**
**Output:**


If you want to add a note to a log that has already been ported over, copy that log to the bottom of this page and use this template:

//Suggested Note://


REMINDERS TO CONTRIBUTORS: SCP-914 does not create or destroy matter, nor does it change anything on the atomic level. All outputs should contain all and only the matter included in the input. Some grandfathered entries break this rule, but new entries should never do so.

Additional reminder: 914 is a cheeky little bugger. It's unpredictable and apparently kinda snarky. If the output is exactly what you'd expect from the input, or if 914 has just obligingly improved everything you put in, the entry is out-of-character.

  • LeveritasLeveritas (me) will regularly check this page, selecting logs that are of sufficient quality to add to the log and port them over.
  • Tests that fail to adhere to the proper format (date, etc.) will not be ported until fixed.
  • You can place notes at the end of tests, and feel free to be creative when doing so. It can give some interesting insight into dynamics within the Foundation. Having said that, don't make Foundation personnel look like idiots/psychopaths/juvenile/a combination of those. It's a professional research organization, not a fraternity ward or a death cult.
  • Not too direct. 914 doesn't talk to researchers directly, it ruins the mystery and it's not clear if the machine is sentient or not. If you put in a note, you don't get a response, you might get something that might be a response if you interpret it a certain way, but it also might be random. Or something else entirely.
If you're not comfortable with your in-universe name being used, politely request a change or come to me about it. If you start editing other logs without warning, you're out of here so fast that it's going to make your head spin. I have no tolerance for divas.

Notice: On another note, changing these notices will result in disciplinary actions, meaning Site banning, not just this log.

Some of you might have noticed that I'm being harsher on notes and logs that I deem too LOLFoundation. To illustrate my point, I'm going to use an example from part IV:

I actually edited the note. This is what it originally was:

This is a very small difference, but it makes a world of difference in tone. The first entry works a lot better because it's not a researcher scolding the machine outright like a kid would. It's implying (read, show don't tell) that the researcher became so fed up with the result that he outright left. Wacky entries work well if it's against the cold professionalism that signifies the Foundation, and it doesn't work if it looks like the employees are acting just as unprofessional.

Add your entry below this line.


Added Logs

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Denied Logs

Denied or equivalent by mod, as well as drafts that have not been touched for a long time. (Will be deleted after a day without activity.)

General Notes

Notices for everyone.

1. Please use a language checker before posting tests. Grammarly is recommended. Translating tools are NOT recommended.
2. Part XII is up and running! Special thanks to LeveritasLeveritas and the mainsite tech team for allowing a revised version of Experiment Log 914 to continue existing.
3. Do continue to contribute to this collaborative work, the longest running log on the SCP Foundation wiki. And yes, this is older than the SCP-682 Termination Log by one month.


Notes to Mod

Extant entry fixes.

are we linking to the hub in the comments for the test logs? or are we not doing that? - Lunardog15


New Entries


Name: Junior Researcher Townsend
Date: 20/11/2019
Total Items: 5 "Barbie" dolls, packaged, with accessories and outfit.

Input: 1 doll.
Setting: Rough
Output: Melted plastic, a stack of torn cardboard.

Input: 1 doll.
Setting: 1:1
Output: 1 "Ken" doll. Accessories changed to ones normally included with a "Ken" doll

Input: 1 doll.
Setting: 1:1
Output: 1 "Super Masculine Action Figure". Package shaped like a nuke. Accessories and clothing became weaponry and tactical gear, respectively.

Note: Action Figures aren't dolls, goddamn it! -Junior Researcher Townsend.

Input: 1 doll.
Setting: Fine
Output: Animate "Barbie" doll. Nonsentient. Tends to shift poses every few minutes on its own, as if on a runway.

Input: 1 doll.
Setting: Fine
Output: 1 robotic doll. Package has the label "914 chan". Clothing became different setting panels, which were interchangeable with the standard one.

Note: Whoever took the 914 doll and put it on Veritas's desk "riding" his favorite pen is to report to him at once. Please don't make me take the fall for this. -Junior Researcher Townsend

Note: Give the doll to Miniwa as Christmas Present - Junior Researcher Pines

Note: No, give it to M.T. Johnson. - R.A. Walker

Note: I put the doll on the desk, don't know who shoved a pen into it though. I think I saw a security guard go in after me, I recommend giving the doll to Prof. Wren - Researcher Darby

Note: Just give it to Director Hackett. Surely he wouldn't mind? - WR Markham

Note: Just burn the damn thing and be done with it, no need for a game of hot potato. - Researcher MacLean

No one remembers this character. See earlier tests; everyone was amnesticised. - Mod

Townsend is new and anthropomorphized 914 all on his own. But he does that with all inanimate objects he interacts with on a regular basis. It's pretty easy to personify something. You ever cussed out a machine for doing something wrong? -Klaus

That and the fact that it is label as 914-chan so it wouldn't matter that there were amnesticised. -Regal


Name: Researcher Darby, R.A. Walker, Intern Lunar
Date: DD/11/2019
Total Items: 16 Industrial Robotic Arms
Note: Got to use the Dump Truck again to carry these, got the Arms from the same place I got the Dump Truck - Researcher Darby
Note: I Drove the Dump Truck - Intern Lunar

Input: 1 Arm
Setting: Coarse
Output: Scrap Metal

Input: 1 Arm
Setting: Coarse
Output: Unorganized Pile of Disassembled Components

Input: 1 Arm
Setting: Rough
Output: Rusted Arm missing components laying on a pile of dust; Dust is composed of metal fragments and is fairly painful to the touch.
Note: Requesting more Band-Aids for the First-Aid Kit here - Intern Lunar

Input: 1 Arm
Setting: Rough
Output: Organized piles of Components

Input: 1 Arm
Setting: 1:1
Output: 1 Leg
Note: looks like it came off some sort of Sci-Fi walker, give me another leg and I can make a Chicken Walker, need to find it some laser cannons to make it complete. - Researcher Darby

Input: 1 Arm
Setting: 1:1
Output: 1 Advanced Prosthetic for an alien race
Note: Not the leg I was hoping for, but still pretty neat. Maybe the Medical people can study this? - Researcher Darby

Input: 1 Arm
Setting: Fine
Output: 1 Autonomous Arm
Note: Gave it the blueprint of an iPhone, material, and now I have a new phone. At least I would if I get to keep it. - Researcher Darby
Note: No. - Veritas

Input: 1 Arm
Setting: Fine
Output: Swarm of Assembly spiders (Unpowered)
Note: Seem like they would be used to assemble small to medium objects, but without any way to power them or control them they are just paperweights. Sent to study and storage. - Researcher Darby
Note: Do you mind if I take a couple of those sliders for research? -Researcher Dross
Note: Take the spiders, you can't have my sliders though, they're my lunch - Researcher Darby

Input: 1 Arm
Setting: Very Fine
Output: Metal Spider; Entity attempted to disassemble the nearest source of matter, which happened to be Intern Lunar. Security disabled Entity and sent to research labs for study and destruction.
Note: Spiders, why did it have to be spiders again? - Intern Lunar
Note: For his own safety and peace of mind I’m temporarily putting Intern Lunar on medical quarantine - Corpsman Steff

Input: 1 Arm
Setting: Very Fine
Output: Sphere of Metal AI core
Note: Output was brought out of containment chamber by hand, however when placed into a metal crate for transport it assimilated the metal and used it to form interfaces that it used to communicate with the nearby Staff. Object requested political asylum as an SCP until Security destroyed the communication medium silencing the core. Object placed in foam case for transport and its case has been sent to administration for review. - Researcher Darby
Note: That thing was seriously creepy - Research Assistant Walker

Input: 2 Arm(s)
Setting: Fine
Output: One very large arm with extra features, plastic has been taken from shell to form an instruction manual
//Note: The Instruction manual lists many features, only a few that we actually have here. Features include plasma cutters, flamethrowers, manipulators of all sizes, welders, quantum adjusters, mana inscribing, and so much more. Also, on the back is a liability warning, terms of service, and the logo of “The Factory”

Input: 2 Arm(s)
Setting: Fine
Output: Unmarked Steel Cube Factory Black Box
Note: Sent a D-Class to pick up the output for once, good thing I did. D-Class attempted to shove the box and it ate him, ticked for a minute, and spat out an Android that looked exactly like and in fact seemed to be, the D-Class. Android was terminated and box contained after it was shown to not respond to non-organic material. Melted down into scrap after it was decided to be too much of a risk. Good thing Intern Lunar had been quarantined, or else he might have been killed. - Researcher Darby

Input: 2 Arm(s)
Setting: Very Fine
Output: 3-D printer that only make Barbie Dolls
Note: When Research Assistant Walker approached the Printer in order to dispose of it the Dolls animated. Said Barbie dolls began attacking Research Assistant Walker until they were destroyed along with the Printer by security. Examination of the dolls shows that they were advanced Robots with the directive of destroying Researcher Darby and anyone affiliated with him. Research Assistant Walker has been sent to the medical facility and is expected to make a recovery despite the loss of his leg and lower regions. - Researcher Darby
Note: I'll bring the 'Regeneration' module to help. -Researcher Dross


Name: Intern Sora
Date: 21/11/2019
Total Items: 2 plastic globe, 1 faulty fluorescent light tube, 1 tourist map of Hong Kong labeled with several points of interest, such as Victoria Harbour and Disneyland, among others.

Note: I found these in the storage room in my house, might put them to some use. - Intern Sora

Input: 1 globe
Setting: Fine
Output: 1 plastic model of Mars. Several colonies are depicted on the model. Upon closer inspection, the colonies belong to the U.S., U.K., France, Brazil, China, Japan, India, Russia, and Iran. Olympus Mons is shown to be a condominium of all current members of the UN security council. Non-anomalous

Note: Upon being placed into the incinerator, the D- class handling the Mars model reported feeling vibration from the model. Approximately 2 seconds later, lava starts flowing out of Olympus Mons. Lava measured to be at least 2000 degrees Celsius. D-class and Intern Sora are treated for burns. Item incinerated

Note: Okay. I’ll clean up the mess, kinda deserved it. - Intern Sora

Input: 1 fluorescent light tube
Setting: Fine
Output: An 18th-century style sabre. The blade is made from the glass, while the handle is composed of plastic. Blade produces a variety of colours of light, which can be set via a dial on the handle. Powered through anomalous means.

Input: 1 map of Hong Kong
Setting: Fine
Output: 1 map of Chechnya

Note: Yep, I agree with you - Intern Sora

Input: 1 globe
Setting: Very Fine
Output: An animate figure approximately 40 centimetres tall, recognised by Intern Sora as popular meme character "Earth-chan". The figure walked out of the output booth and spontaneously caught on fire. Fire extinguished after exactly 2019 seconds. Remaining ash identified to be consistent with the product of combustion of plastic. Incinerated.

Note: Even 914 knows that the Earth is basically on fire right now. - Intern Sora


Name: Researcher MacLean
Date: DD/MM/YYYY
Total Items: One Smith & Wesson Revolver, Two window frames, One strip of LED lights with cord, Two battery packs, One broken Smith Corona Typewriter, Two Sets of Ink ribbons, Coil of wire, .5 kg metal scraps

Note: I found these at a pawnshop, thought they would make interesting inputs. - Researcher MacLean

Input: One Smith and Wesson
Setting: 1:1
Output: A Large Key, designed to fit a lever tumbler lock. The main body of the key has been hollowed out. Twisting the handle of the key reveals an opening in which a .357 magnum round can be placed, and twisting the handle back to its original position fires the round. Object Scrapped.

Note: It was interesting but impractical. The thing dug into your fingers every time you fired it. - Researcher MacLean

Input: One Smith Corona Typewriter, Two Sets of Ink ribbons, Coil of wire, battery pack
Setting: Fine
Output: A typewriter with a hopper on the side. Placing objects in the hopper will result in the object being destroyed, and the component materials being imprinted on the paper in lieu of ink. The object is currently being studied in order to reverse engineer the disassembly mechanism. The typewriter was filled with ink when removed from the output booth.

Input: Two window frames, One LED light strip, One battery pack
Setting: Very Fine
Output: Two Similar Window frames, with one being slightly smaller than the other. The battery pack and LEDs have been embedded evenly throughout both window frames. Entering one window will result in instantaneous transportation to the other window through an unknown mechanism. The object passing through the window will become slightly bigger or smaller depending on which window is entered, due to what appears to be a compression of space-time.

Note: During testing of the object, the smaller window was dropped into the larger window, beginning the creation of a fractaline structure. The structure appeared to not have enough pressure to finish the creation of the structure. Due to the non-converging nature of the pattern, it is theorized that excess pressure on the structure would cause either an explosive discharge of energy or the Schwarzschild radius would be exceeded, causing a black hole.

Addendum: Upon discovering the status of the Object, Researcher MacLean immediately entered the chamber it was currently held in, took the object, and left the site. Approximately Two hours later, A large, underground explosion was detected near Brewster, Florida. Investigation revealed a large sinkhole near the entrance of an abandoned mineshaft. Researcher MacLean was found unconscious near the wreckage. The explosion was covered up as a mine collapse, and witnesses were amnestized.


Name: Assistant Researcher King
Date: 21/11/2019
Total Items: One life insurance pamphlet, one suit of American army gear and riot shield, and one bulletproof suitcase

Note: Don’t worry about it. I’m not expecting anything to happen soon - AR King

Input: Army gear
Setting: Very Fine
Output: One “Captain America” suit and shield, anomalously has similar protective properties and automatically adjusts movements to be more effective in attacks, blocks and dodges. Item undergoing testing.

Input: Suitcase
Setting: Very Fine
Output: A suitcase that is linked to an unknown subspace. Upon coming in contact with AR King the suitcase “bound” itself to him and the subspace inside of the suitcase is unable to be opened by anyone other than AR King. Upon opening the subspace, the subspace tried to suck in anything outside of it, including AR King, until it was closed. This caused significant damage to the testing chamber as everything in the surroundings was violently drawn towards the suitcase. The suitcase is impervious to flame. Unclear if the subspace can still be opened without the suitcase.
Note: The subspace is only able to be opened when in close proximity to the suitcase, AR King had been permitted to keep the suitcase for future testing.

Note: Guess I will have to pay that fine after all - AR King

Input: Pamphlet
Setting: Very Fine
Output: One “cosmic life insurance” pamphlet. Notably, the pamphlet states the following: “… Not even greater cosmic beings will be able to touch you! Call [REDACTED] now for a 1-month free trial!”

Note: That… that might just work… thank you 914 - AR King


Name: Intern Regal
Date: 21/11/2019
Total Items: One list of actions to be done the next week, one list of actions that won't be done next week and one list of actions that might be fulfilled next week.
Note: The next thing that might be interesting to examine is how will 914 react to a decision-based input so these lists contain things that I will do, won't do, and might do respectively. The “might be fulfilled” list contains actions that can be completed but if it will be done or not will be determined by a coin toss perform after this test concludes; I have a copy of all of the lists to maintain the parameters of the test. -Intern Regal

Input: One list of actions that won't be done the next week.
Setting: Fine
Output: One list of impossible actions.

Input: One list of actions that might be done the next week.
Setting: Fine
Output: One paper with many events of the life of intern Regal listed by date. According to the intern Regal, approximately half of them are correct.
Note: I hope some of these are wrong, I don't think I could take the likes of “gets set on fire on the way to the breakroom”. -Intern Regal

Input: One list of actions to be done the next week.
Setting: Fine
Output: One piece of paper with the phrase “What intern Regal will do today” written on it. Once an action is written on the paper intern Regal will immediately attempt to perform it and won’t stop until it has been completed or an hour has passed.
Note: While I was under the effect of this output it felt like there was nothing more important than to finish that action. I'm going to keep this output to improve my productivity and for the possibility that my physical integrity might be connected to its own. -Intern Regal


Name: Assistant Researcher King
Date: 22/11/2019
Total Items: Five Pocket watches

Input: One Pocket watch
Setting: 1:1
Output: Two small wristwatches.

Input: One Pocket watch
Setting: Fine
Output: A pocket watch that automatically adjusts for daylight savings and for moving into different timezones.

Note: Can I keep this? After testing, of course, seems useful - AR King

Input: One Pocket watch
Setting: Fine
Output: A palm-sized grandfather clock. The clock always shows the current time in London.

Input: One Pocket watch
Setting: Very Fine
Output: A pocket watch that anomalously slows all movement down by 15% within a fifteen meter radius for ten seconds, before it requires a 50 minute recharge.

Input: One Pocket watch
Setting: Very Fine
Output: A pocket watch that anomalously speeds up all movement by 10% within a fifteen meter radius for ten seconds, before it requires a 50 minute recharge.

Note: Getting lazy 914? - AR King

Input: Speed and Slow watches
Setting: Very Fine
Output: A metal ball with two clock faces and a button on it, the clock faces move at different times, one faster than normal, the other slower. When the button is pressed it creates a fifty meter sphere that speeds up anything inside of it by 80%. If the button is held a fifty meter sphere is created once the button is released that stops all movement inside of it other than light for a time equal to that of the length of time the button was held. Item placed in anomalous storage.


Name: R.A. Walker, D-20932
Date: 22/11/2019
Total Items: One 1cm cube of scandium, titanium, vanadium, chromium, manganese, and iron

Input: 1cm cube of scandium
Setting: Fine
Output: A 1mm × 10cm × 10cm plate. When viewed, the subject seeks to find the nearest scanner, believing that they have found a lost document. Object taken to the parking lot and thrown into a crudely built crucible to be melted down.

Note: I didn't have it thrown into the incinerator, due to my outputs frequently breaking the incinerator. R.A. Walker

Input: 1cm cube of titanium
Setting: Fine
Output: A large paper clip made of titanium oxide. An attempt to use it as a paper clip caused the output to break.

Input: 1cm cube of vanadium
Setting: Fine
Output: A 10cm × 10cm × 1mm vanadium plate. The macro-etching resembles the Van Gogh painting "Starry Night".

Input: 1cm cube of chromium
Setting: Fine
Output: A small chrome gear, with a flat stand at the bottom of one of the spokes.

Note: This wouldn't seem out of place as a monopoly token. - R.A. Walker

Input: 1cm cube of manganese
Setting: Fine
Output: A manganese coin, three centimeters across. It is decorated with images of gears and other clockwork mechanisms. On one side, there is an image of an unknown Russian man and some Cyrillic text translating to "Super Setting", and on the other, an image of SCP-914 and text translating to "Clockwork Token".

Note: What could this mean? I was going to just leave it at that, but now, I'm curious. - R.A. Walker

Input: 1cm cube of iron, one "Clockwork Token"
Setting: Fine
Note: As the input moved to the main chamber, the distinctive sound of a coin being pushed into an arcade machine could be heard, and the setting dial made two clicks, despite not having moved from the Fine setting. - R.A. Walker
Output: One 2cm × 5mm × 1cm iron bar magnet. After much testing, the bar magnet was found to have a magnetic field that inverts over ███ times a second. If placed in a coil of wire, [DATA EXPUNGED]. Object confiscated and destroyed.

Note: So, it created [DATA EXPUNGED]. The clockworks made two clicks when the coin was inserted, and it made two clicks after the output booth opened. I think the setting changed, but the dial never moved. This item seems to be [REDACTED]. Veritas, I request that any "Clockwork Tokens" be confiscated if they ever appear again. I fear what would happen if Darby used one of them with an input. - R.A. Walker


Name: WR Markham
Date: 20/11/2019
Total Items: One DP-12 shotgun with an empty cartridge, a miniature flag of British Hong Kong, a miniature flag of the Hong Kong SAR

Input: All of the above
Setting: Very Fine
Output: A 1:6 model of three rioters, one of which holding a Molotov Cocktail, kicking a police officer who just dropped a Colt Detective Special pistol. The police officer has an appearance resembling DP-12 / Helena from Girls' Frontline, but bears the insignia of the Hong Kong Police Force. The base of the model was carved with a caricature of Pepe the Frog saying "All Cops Are Bastards".

Note: It seemed that 914 decided to jab at DP-12's background, and placed it in a Hong Kong context. Satire, yes, but most definitely of a controversial sort that is Banned in China. - WR Markham


I added a collapsible at top of the page for all added entries. If you can't find your log anymore, it's probably there. Be so kind as to delete yours. - Laskenta

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