Scp classes

  • To most, there are just Safe, Euclid, Keter. But there are 5 official classes. Safe, Euclid, Keter, Thaumiel, and Apollyon.
  • As a note, any SCP that's autonomous, sentient and/or sapient is generally classified as Euclid, due to the inherent unpredictability of an object that can act or think on its own.
  • Also note that the classes do not define how dangerous the anomaly is, but rather how difficult or easy it is to contain it

Class Safe (Easiest to contain)

Safe-class SCPs are anomalies that are easily and safely contained. This is often due to the fact that the Foundation has researched the SCP well enough that containment does not require significant resources or that the anomalies require a specific and conscious activation or trigger. Classifying an SCP as Safe, however, does not mean that handling or activating it does not pose a threat.

Class Euclid (Predictable)

Euclid-class SCPs are anomalies 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. Euclid is the Object Class with the greatest scope, and it's usually a safe bet that an SCP will be this class if it doesn't easily fall into any of the other standard Object Classes. Also, most SCPs generally fall into this class.

Class Keter (Most difficult to contain)

Keter-class SCPs are anomalies that are exceedingly difficult to contain consistently or reliably, with containment procedures often being extensive and complex. The Foundation often can't contain these SCPs well due to not having a solid understanding of the anomaly, or lacking the technology to properly contain or counter it. A Keter SCP does not mean the SCP is dangerous, just that it is simply very difficult or costly to contain.

Class Thaumiel

Thaumiel-class SCPs are anomalies that the Foundation uses to contain or counteract other SCPs or anomalous phenomena. Even the mere existence of Thaumiel-class objects is classified at the highest levels of the Foundation and their locations, functions, and current status are known to few Foundation personnel outside of the O5 Council.

Class Apollyon (Secondary Class)

Used for SCPs that are impossible to contain, or are about to irrevocably break containment. An SCP with this class will inevitably end the world. The classification was first used in SCP-927 on the Editthis wiki in 2008; it essentially meant that the SCP was a particularly dangerous keter. The original iteration of the Apollyon class did not appear in any additional SCPs, and was ultimately removed from SCP-927 by September of 2008. The class did not appear again until 2014, when it was used in SCP-2317. Dr. Clef, the author of 2317, did not intend for Apollyon to be a serious object class. Rather, the class was meant to indicate that the SCP article was abnormal, and that the documentation was something hidden even from most of the SCP Foundation. Dr. Clef came to regret re-creating the Apollyon class, and removed it from SCP-2317 in March of 2018. Despite Clef's misgivings, Apollyon has had a heavy influence on the SCP writing community. The class is used in SCP-3999 and S.D. Locke’s Proposal (an entry in the SCP-001 hub), both of which were created for the SCP-3000 contest. The class is also referenced in SCP-3148 (A2032), SCP-3799, SCP-3301 and SCP-3557. Following the removal of Apollyon from 2317, the class was used in SCP-4005 and SCP-4057 (both of which were SCP-4000 entries), Jim North's Proposal (an SCP-001 proposal), SCP-4023, SCP-4780, Meta Ike Proposal (an 001 proposal), SCP-4547, SCP-010-INT and SCP-5618.

During the SCP-5000 contest of January-February 2020, five additional Apollyon SCPs were posted. These SCPs were 5000:Evolution Revolution (since deleted), SCP-5500, SCP-5678, SCP-5055, and SCP-5321.

Following the 5000 contest, the class was used in SCP-5939, SCP-5092, SCP-5799, SCP-5391, SCP-3955, McDoctorate's Proposal (main article), SCP-4273, SCP-5157, and SCP-5956 (main article).

There are other classes, which are listed below. But are only used in other sites.[]

Class Explained (Secondary Class)

Explained SCPs are commonly articles about anomalies that are completely and fully understood to the point where their effects are now explainable by mainstream science or phenomena that have been debunked or falsely mistaken as an anomaly.

Esoteric Class

This class is used as a catch-all for SCPs - if an object is not Safe, Euclid or Keter, it is classed as Esoteric, in addition to whatever the secondary class is. This class was introduced with the Anomaly Classification System (ACS). Thaumiel and Apollyon are considered secondary classes under ACS, and so any objects that are Thaumiel or Apollyon are also considered Esoteric Class.

Class Maksur

A classification for SCPs that were broken apart into components that are themselves anomalous, and that must be kept apart from each other. The class was first used by Twisted Gears-Kaktus Proposal, an entry in the SCP-001 hub. It is also referenced by SCP-3301 and SCP-4882. The class would later be used in SCP-5241 and SCP-5238.

Class Neutralized

Neutralized SCP's are no longer anomalous, either being intentionally/accidentally destroyed or deactivated. Usually meaning that they have died.

Class 53 (Secondary Class)

An SCP about which nothing is known at all, but has not proven to be dangerous yet either. This class is mostly referred to Scantron's Proposal SCP-001

Class Archon

A classification for SCPs that should not be contained (even though they are capable of being contained) due to the detrimental effects of containment.

The class originated in I.H.Pickman's Proposal, an 001 Proposal. There, the class indicated that containment would have a disastrous impact on the continued survival of humanity. More colloquially, the Archon class originally meant the SCP "will literally break the world if you contain it." The class was later used in SCP-3455 (where it referred to SCPs that are not contained because of the damaging effects of doing so- the more widely used definition and the one I use above), SCP-4200 (an entry in the SCP-4000 contest), SCP-1661 (replacing the SCP's former Euclid classification), SCP-3310 (replacing the SCP's former Hiemal class), SCP-4043, SCP-4494, SCP-4223, SCP-4778, SCP-4634, SCP-5015 (an SCP-5000 entry), SCP-5009 (also a 5000 entry), SCP-4614,SCP-5122, SCP-5520 and SCP-5644.

Anatta (Secondary Class)[]

An object capable of causing a YK-End-of-the-Universe Scenario, or altering the universe in a serious, potentially detrimental manner through non-improbable means. - Anatta is a buddhist concept meaning "non-soul" or, "not-self". It's the idea that all things perceived by the senses, including emotions, are not really "I" or "mine", and therefore, one should not cling to them. It's one of the three marks of existence in buddhism. If a person lost these characteristics, they would cease to exist. Just like the universe in a YK scenario.

Sours: https://scpf-specialcontainmentproceduresfoundation.fandom.com/wiki/SCP-Classes

Overview:[]

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All anomalous objects, entities, and phenomena requiring Special Containment Procedures are assigned an Object Class. An Object Class is a part of the standard SCP template and serves as a rough indicator for how difficult an object is to contain. In universe, Object Classes are for the purposes of identifying containment needs, research priority, budgeting, and other considerations. An SCP's Object Class is determined by a number of factors, but the most important factors are the difficulty and the purpose of its containment.

Safe:[]

A Safe-class SCP means that a certain SCP does not need many resources to successfully contain the object. This doesn't mean that the SCP does not pose any threat to humans, as it just means it has little risk of escaping containment.

Examples of Safe Class SCPs are: SCP-999, SCP-131, SCP-5000, SCP-714, SCP-1025, SCP-5094, SCP-711, SCP-1370, SCP-330, SCP-1837, SCP-1867.

Euclid:[]

A Euclid-class object means that the SCP is still not fully understood and can be unpredictable. An SCP with this class can also mean that the SCP may require more resources to contain/the current containment procedure isn't always reliable. If an SCP doesn't fit in any other class, then it will more than likely become a Euclid class object.

Examples of Euclid Class SCPs are: SCP-173, SCP-049, SCP-096, SCP-966, SCP-995, SCP-294, SCP-002, SCP-003, SCP-3001, SCP-4915, SCP-3008, SCP-008, SCP-009, SCP-1471, SCP-895, SCP-1918.

Keter:[]

A Keter-class object doesn't always mean that the SCP is highly dangerous, it can also mean that the object needs a complex/costly containment procedure to avoid the SCP breaching/escaping the facility. The foundation cannot easily contain this SCP due to not fully understanding the nature of an SCP. Keter-class SCPs normally also have a habit of torturing/killing humans, making them very devastating if one gets out.

Examples of Keter Class SCPs are: SCP-106, SCP-682, SCP-939, SCP-2521, SCP-4666, SCP-4000, SCP-4999, SCP-3002, SCP-3003, SCP-017, SCP-352, SCP-354, SCP-2935, SCP-2399, SCP-2317, SCP-035,SCP-卂ㄥ卂乃匚

Thaumiel:[]

A Thaumiel-class SCP is an SCP that is used to contain other SCP's. Even the mere existence of one Thaumiel SCP is classified at the highest levels of foundation and their locations and functions are known to a few foundation personnel that are not in the O5 council.

Examples of Thaumiel SCPs are: SCP-3000, SCP-2000, SCP-5001.

Neutralized:[]

Neutralized SCP's are no longer anomalous, either being intentionally/accidentally destroyed or deactivated. Usually meaning that they have died.

Examples of Neutralized SCPs are: SCP-1762, SCP-4606, SCP-2912.

Explained:[]

Explained SCP's are commonly articles about anomalies that are completely and fully understood to the point where their effects are now explainable by mainstream science or phenomena that have been debunked or falsely mistaken as an anomaly

Apollyon:[]

An Apollyon SCP is an object that is currently impossible to contain and can potentially lead to an 'XK end of the world scenario'. As referred to in SCP-001, "When Day Breaks” and “The Scarlet King”

Examples of Apollyon SCPs are: S. D. Locke's Proposal, SCP-3999, SCP-6000, and SCP-4005.

Sours: https://scpfoundation.fandom.com/wiki/SCP_Object_Class
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What are the SCP ranks?

  • Level 0 (For Official Use Only)
  • Level 1 (Confidential)
  • Level 2 (Restricted)
  • Level 3 (Secret)
  • Level 4 (Top Secret)
  • Level 5 (Thaumiel)
  • Class A.
  • Class B.

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Likewise, what are the levels of SCP?

SCP-Classes. To most, there are just 3 Classes known, Safe, Euclid, Keter. But there are 5 offical classes. Safe, Euclid, Keter, Thaumiel, and Apollyon.

Furthermore, what is SCP Thaumiel? Thaumiel is an object class that means the Foundation uses the SCP to counteract an SCP or its effects or uses it help them in other significant ways. Thaumiel SCPs are different than most normal SCPs when being written as you have to know you're writing a Thaumiel SCP.

Correspondingly, what is the most dangerous class in SCP?

These are the most common Object Classes used in SCP articles, and make up the bulk of the objects.

  • Safe. Safe-class SCPs are anomalies that are easily and safely contained.
  • Euclid.
  • Keter.
  • Thaumiel.
  • Neutralized.
  • Explained.
  • Esoteric/Narrative Classes.
  • Decommissioned.

What is the highest class of SCP?

Keter is the highest order of sefirot on the tree of life. If you consider the life to be human life, and the ten sefirots to be threats to the tree, keter would be the most serious. A dangerous, often unpredictable item or person that is significantly dangerous to interact with.

Sours: https://askinglot.com/what-are-the-scp-ranks

Primary Classes

All anomalous objects, entities, and phenomena requiring Special Containment Procedures are assigned an Object Class. An Object Class is a part of the standard SCP template and serves as a rough indicator for how difficult an object is to contain. In universe, Object Classes are for the purposes of identifying containment needs, research priority, budgeting, and other considerations. An SCP's Object Class is determined by a number of factors, but the most important factors are the difficulty and the purpose of its containment.

These are the most common Object Classes used in SCP articles, and make up the bulk of the objects.

Safe

Safe-class SCPs are anomalies that are easily and safely contained. This is often due to the fact that the Foundation has researched the SCP well enough that containment does not require significant resources or that the anomalies require a specific and conscious activation or trigger. Classifying an SCP as Safe, however, does not mean that handling or activating it does not pose a threat.

For a complete list of Safe-class articles on the site, click here.

Euclid

Euclid-class SCPs are anomalies 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. Euclid is the Object Class with the greatest scope, and it's usually a safe bet that an SCP will be this class if it doesn't easily fall into any of the other standard Object Classes.

As a note, any SCP that's autonomous, sentient and/or sapient is generally classified as Euclid, due to the inherent unpredictability of an object that can act or think on its own.

For a complete list of Euclid-class articles on the site, click here.

Keter

Keter-class SCPs are anomalies that are exceedingly difficult to contain consistently or reliably, with containment procedures often being extensive and complex. The Foundation often can't contain these SCPs well due to not having a solid understanding of the anomaly, or lacking the technology to properly contain or counter it. A Keter SCP does not mean the SCP is dangerous, just that it is simply very difficult or costly to contain.

For a complete list of Keter-class articles on the site, click here.

Thaumiel

Thaumiel-class SCPs are anomalies that the Foundation specifically uses to contain other SCPs. Even the mere existence of Thaumiel-class objects is classified at the highest levels of the Foundation and their locations, functions, and current status are known to few Foundation personnel outside of the O5 Council.

For a complete list of Thaumiel-class articles on the site, click here.

Neutralized

Neutralized SCPs are anomalies that are no longer anomalous, either through having been intentionally or accidentally destroyed, or disabled.

For a complete list of Neutralized-class articles on the site, click here.

Apollyon

Apollyon-class SCPs are anomalies that cannot be contained, are expected to breach containment imminently, or some other similar scenario. Such anomalies are usually associated with world-ending threats or a K-Class Scenario of some kind and require a massive effort from the Foundation to deal with.

For a complete list of Apollyon-class articles on the site, click here.

Archon

Archon-class SCPs are anomalies that could theoretically be contained but are best left uncontained for some reason. Archon SCPs may be a part of consensus reality that is difficult to fully contain or may have adverse effects if put into containment. These SCPs are not uncontainable—the defining feature of the class is that the Foundation chooses to not put the anomaly into containment.

For a complete list of Archon-class articles on the site, click here.

The following Object Classes are sub-classes that supplement the object's primary (or former) classification.

Explained

Explained SCPs are commonly articles about anomalies that are completely and fully understood to the point where their effects are now explainable by mainstream science or phenomena that have been debunked or falsely mistaken as an anomaly.

For a complete list of Explained-class articles on the site, click here.

Esoteric/Narrative Classes

Esoteric Object Classes, also occasionally referred to as Narrative classes, are Object classes that do not fall into any of the above sections. They are generally only used once and are created to further the narrative in a particular SCP. It is highly recommended that SCPs use one of the standard Object Classes listed here. While some authors choose to introduce exceptions to these rules, they are only very rarely done and need to justify their existence and placement. Many site members will downvote for non-standard Object Classes if used without merit.

For a comprehensive list of Esoteric Object Classes and the articles that use them, click here.

Decommissioned

Decommissioned SCPs are an Object Class that was used by senior staff in the past to not only delete unwanted articles but place them in a sort of "Wall of Shame" to serve as examples of what not to do. This Object Class is not used anymore.

Decommissioning articles is not done anymore, partly because such heavy-handed edits by SCP staff are no longer allowed and partly because decommissioning ended up backfiring. See the History of the Universe Hub for more historical information about Decommissioned SCPs and their usage in the past.

What is the Locked Box Test?
The Locked Box Test is an informal guideline used to determine an object's most appropriate Object Class. It goes like this:

  • If you lock it in a box, leave it alone, and nothing bad will happen, then it's probably Safe.
  • If you lock it in a box, leave it alone, and you're not entirely sure what will happen, then it's probably Euclid.
  • If you lock it in a box, leave it alone, and it easily escapes, then it's probably Keter.
  • If it is the box, then it's probably Thaumiel.
  • If you can't fit it in a box and it's about to end the world, then it's probably Apollyon.
  • If you could have locked it in a box but chose not to, then it's probably Archon.

Note that as a special consideration, something that is autonomous, alive, and/or sapient is almost always at least Euclid-class. That is, if you lock a living thing in a box and forget about it, it will eventually suffocate or starve to death, and that's not a good outcome. Something that is intelligent could also end up being smart enough to outwit its containment procedures and/or stop cooperating with the Foundation's attempts to contain it, making it more dangerous than it otherwise might be.

What if I find an SCP that is the wrong Object Class?

The Object Classes are intentionally left vague as to not limit the author's creative freedom; a rigid, defined system of classes might hinder an author's ability to write the way they would want to, and as such multiple proposals to create better-defined systems in the past have been turned down by SCP Wiki staff.

If you find an SCP article that you feel might be inappropriately classified, feel free to raise discussion on the topic and see what other community members think. If the explanation is not to your satisfaction, then feel free to express your opinion on the matter and vote accordingly on the page.

If an SCP is very dangerous should its Object Class be higher?

No, danger does not really affect an SCP's Object Class. As has been reiterated several times above this, an item's Object Class is more based on the difficulty of containment rather than the danger it otherwise poses. For example, a button that can destroy the entire universe when it's pressed would be safe, whereas a cat who randomly switches places with another cat anywhere on earth would be considered Keter.


If you have any other questions about Object Classes, feel free to ask in the discussion.

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