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Art is not meant to be confined.
~ Are We Cool Yet?
If there is one image that comes to the mind of any art historian when the 1924 Expo is brought up, it is of that iconic photo of Duchamp and Ruiz posing side by side with their fellow artists in front of the still-closed doors, Marcos seemingly leaning over to whisper something into Duchamp's ear. For decades, many have speculated on what words Marcos had for his colleague during that memorable instant; a question of metaphysics? Or a challenge? An affirmation of their coming to terms? A reminder of the reason why they were there at that moment of time? Perhaps an expression of amazement at the multitudes that had come to see them? According to one reporter who claimed he stood close enough to overhear that whisper amidst the din of the crowd, it was all five at once, expressed in four simple words;
"Are we cool yet?"
~ An excerpt from the "Coolest Wars: Memories of a Critic" on Are We Cool Yet?.
My brothers and sisters beyond these walls know of my predicament. I have faith that they are waiting, burning down the world's scum and destroying our institutionalized brain-rot as they prepare for my return.
~ A worker of The Factory thinking of AWCY? in "The Construction - The Masterpiece".

Are We Cool Yet?, often stylized as AWCY?, are an antagonistic faction in the SCP mythos.

They are a surrealist art movement originating from the 19th century who commonly utilize anomalies in their artwork. Some cells have been known to produce anomalous public displays which often result in death, injury and psychological harm. They play major roles in "The Cool War", its sequels and "Black and White and Red All Over" series.

Organization

AWCY? has no overall leader, no central headquarters, few traditions and no membership requirements beyond the creation of anomalous art accompanied by the phrase "Are We Cool Yet?". The movement is comprised of many cells. The composition of these cells varies, with some having a central creative figure and others having no clear leader. Some AWCY? members believe that one does not even have to be aware of AWCY? to be a member of the movement.

History

Background

The AWCY? movement first emerged during the nineteenth century when scientists first started to study anomalies. In 1874 they held the first annual Sommes-Nous Devenus Magnifiques? exhibition after the Salon des Magnifiques refused to allow anomalous artworks to be exhibited.

Possible Endings

Quiet Days

One day, for unknown reasons, every single anomaly which ever existed was either neutralized or normalized, much to the shock of all of the GoIs. This also included AWCY? who "never became cool" in the aftermath of the event.

Relationships with other anomalous organizations

The SCP Foundation, the Global Occult Coalition, the Unusual Incidents Unit and the Horizon Initiative consider AWCY? a hostile group and a serious threat to their goals of preserving normalcy. Continuous efforts are being made to track down and contain AWCY? artworks before they can cause serious harm.

Gamers Against Weed was founded by a former AWCY? member named Jude Kriyot who left the movement after his friend was killed by an AWCY? exhibition. Because of this they are hostile towards AWCY?. However due to GAW being mostly nonviolent they do not engage in direct conflict with each other. AWCY? are apparently unaware of GAW's existence.

Some members of the AWCY? are also members of the group known as the Serpent's Hand, but appear to be some of more pacifist in compared to most AWCY? members.

Among their employees, Dr. Wondertainment has also hired a number of AWCY? members mostly due to their ability at creating anomalous objects.

Several members of AWCY? had made business deals with Marshall, Carter, and Dark Ltd. and Prometheus Labs, Inc..

Famed anartist Olivia Torres, also known as Ivory, was a member of AWCY? who mostly operated in Three Portlands. As the Foundation kept relentlessly pursuing her she eventually joined the Chaos Insurgency. So members of AWCY? also often resided in La Rue Macabre, either for inspiration or as a hiding place.

HANSARP is a dadaist nihilistic group of artists made out of disillusioned members of Are We Cool Yet? who were gathered together by Boris Aldermann, leader of a sect of the Church of the Broken God in Germany who originally lead the group. They believe that everything is meaningless and without rules, that "cool" and "broken" are just dismissible concepts, and that discord is the most ideal way of life.

In SCP-2714, it was shown that some members of AWCY? used Sarkicism as an inspiration for their art pieces. However, it was also shown that despite this they had no respect for the religion as they tricked an unsuspecting Sarkite into trapping holy Sarkic figures within his favorite comic book, while killing his father in order to claim his powers. AWCY? also appears to have had some inspiration from the Daevites as they had used one of their rituals to create beings known as the "inkbloods".

One AWCY? cell, Cool Yet radio, are responsible for SCP-4150, a cognitohazardous rendition of the Beatles song "Penny Lane" which makes reference to "the Seventh King". This implies that Cool Yet radio, and possibly other AWCY? cells, are unknowingly serving the Scarlet King. One of AWCY?'s creatures known as inkbloods which was encountered the Horizon Initiative also worshipped Moloch.

In MEMORANDUM 083 REGARDING PROJECT "GUARDIANSHIP" the Office for the Reclamation of Islamic Artifacts once captured three members of AWCY? when they attempted to spread propaganda between Iranian civilians and because of this ORIA imprisoned them and sought to use them for prisoner exchange.

Late AWCY? member, Lukas Weiss, supported the Obskurakorps' campaign.

SCPs associated with AWCY?

  • SCP-092: A set of 3125 audio CDs, each labeled "The Absolute Absolute Absolute Absolute BEST of The 5th Dimension!!!!!", which forces listeners to hear the entirety of the songs till the end at which point the listeners would vocalize in unison "Wow, that was real cool". They were created by a member of AWCY? with the help of various members of musical band the 5th Dimension, but he was dissatisfied with his creation and so surrendered himself with the CDs to the Foundation.
  • SCP-173: A living monstrous sculpture that when not looked at will rapidly move to its nearest target and kill them by snapping their necks, or strangulating them. It was created by a member of AWCY? known as The Sculptor.
  • SCP-1127: A series of four short films which appeared in various locations and are composed of segments from other movies but are narrated by one single character featured in their respective film, and have varying anomalous effects on the viewers.
    • SCP-1127-1: A movie titled "Were Clowns Always Yellow?" composed of The Sound of Music, The Night Porter, The Day the Clown Cried, Surf Nazis Must Die and some footage from a WWII archive. The message of the movie was that war crimes was humor about the jokes that were human lives and people needed to laugh at the reality laughing at them. This movie caused viewers to think of it as most funny thing they had ever seen and react negatively when told some other jokes.
    • SCP-1127-2: A movie titled "Crazy Where? You Are" composed of Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, the Three Stooges "They Stooge to Conga", Faces of Death, '"La planète sauvage, and various animated from the 20th century such as "Bugs Bunny Nips the Nips" and Tom & Jerry's short "The Midnight Snack". The message of the movie was that violence was okay for people who were afraid of using it. This movie caused viewers to become completely emotionless and detached, often harming others to feel something.
    • SCP-1127-3: A movie titled "All? Comes With Yesterday" composed of RoboCop, Eraserhead, The Ten Commandments, Natural Born Killers, Dawn of the Dead, and Apocalypse Now. The message of the movie was that modern technology had negatively changed people. This movie caused viewers to despise modern objects manufactured by people.
    • SCP-1127-4: A movie titled "Why Are You Crying?" composed of Cremaster 3, Dog ██████, A Dirty Shame, Lolita, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Salò o le 120 giornate di Sodoma, and various internet videos. The message of the movie was that about sexual problems. This movie caused viewers to lose all interest in their previous sexual preferences and instead find new ways to become aroused by indulging in sexual activities that may be harmful to themselves or people involved.
  • SCP-1272: The collective designation of related anomalies. SCP-1272-1 to SCP-1272-4 were four statues of a boy wearing early-Renaissance garb and carrying a cloth bag created by Emile Abruzzo during the 1950s. The four statues possessed topological anomalies as a result of the misalignment of their w-axis deviations that kept worsening through time, and after being put in close proximity to each other created a gravitational singularity, designated SCP-1272-5, in which Abruzzo was trapped in, becoming SCP-1272-6. After the Foundation mishandled the statues, they accidentally reformed the singularity at which point Abruzzo attempted to escape. Because of the broken physics formed around the singularity, Abruzzo achieved an extremely high speed, while barely moving from within SCP-1272-5, and if he were to escape Abruzzo would cause massive destruction because of his speed.
  • SCP-1800: A bronze sculpture resembling Le Minotaure by Salvador Dalí. When metallic currency is put on the drawer of its lower right leg it would activate and enter a pending state. While in its pending state if it is put in close proximity with people matching the profiles of Alpha-1800-1 and Beta-1800-1, it will point at Alpha-1800-1 with its two fingers, designating him SCP-1800-1, and point at Beta-1800-1 with its three fingers, designating her SCP-1800-2. If SCP-1800-1 is in a same room as SCP-1800-2 he will proceed to torment her, and depending on the amount of the currency it can range from simple harassment to violent rape.
  • SCP-1802: A small sentient humanoid automaton named "Skip" composed of lacquered chicken bones, scraps of iron and leather, wire, heavy twine, and a tin can, while wearing a lab coat and goggles. Shortly after being created it was told by its creators to go and collect various random things it could find, seemingly as a sign of mockery to the Foundation.
  • SCP-1803: A modified section of a building in Germany which contains a studio and a humanoid figure sitting in it. The entire section is covered by a multimedia collage designated SCP-1803-1 coming from various sources which had been destroyed. SCP-1803-1 overtime would replace its older elements with new ones but a part of it had remained unchanged and if new objects are introduced to SCP-1803 then SCP-1803-1 would assimilate the item by "growing" over it.
  • SCP-2635: An uncooked red potato that when held by a group for over a year half of its members would spontaneously combust and die, or if it was one person holding it then they would die through the same manner, while everyone else would not notice the deaths. It was created by a member of AWCY? on a commission by a Chechen anti-Russian organization who sought to use it to assassinate pro-Russian influential figures before it was confiscated by GRU Division "P".
  • SCP-2708: A phenomenon revolving a cognitohazard of Figure A which affects every person who possesses knowledge of cognitohazards and are capable of romantic and/or sexual attraction. When a person looks at the image they would receive increased libido and lethargy; become ignorant to cognitohazardous stimuli; become hostile when questioned about sexual or romantic topics and develop paranoia, nervousness, insomnia, sensitivity to light and hand tremors. After 3-6 days under the influence of SCP-2708 affected subjects will then hallucinate about an entity, designated SCP-2708-A, which acts as their romantic and sexual partner. The anomaly was created by a AWCY? member who sought to properly deliver a message about the relation between love and art.
  • SCP-4149: An extradimensional location which acts as a warehouse where various cognitohazardous pieces of art are exhibited, and is accessible via a hallway embedded within the 2nd floor of 2341 ███████ Ave, Chicago although this entrance was an error as it shouldn't exist. The location is visited by entities, designated SCP-4149-1, from neighbouring universes who are immune to the effects of the art pieces and often confuse humans as part of the attraction. SCP-4149 was curated by Professor Xorkanoff, a humanoid sentient sloth designated SCP-4149-2, who created the pocket dimension after the inhabitants of his home universe destroyed his previous exhibition. The Foundation discovered SCP-4149 when tracking down a couple of AWCY? members who attempted to sell their art pieces to SCP-4149-2, with latter refusing to buy them.
  • SCP-4485: A journal titled "god is without a purpose" in German which makes people who read it question themselves, created by HANSARP. The book, like most art pieces created by Hansarp, is not anomalous, but when people read it they will be affected in different ways depending on their way of thinking, while reality warps around them. If people who read it have strong opinions, then they will reject the nonsensical part of the book and become more expressive about their opinions soon not talking about nothing else, while a crystalline structure comprised of calcium forms over their bodies forcing them to move through levitation and becoming extremely hostile at everyone. Those who didn't held strong opinions will become apathetic and erratic, making odd questions, and soon they become incorporeal and a gathering of these instances will deconstruct the logical structure of the surrounding reality. Both types can infect others, causing a mass spread all over Europe, also infecting the Foundation personnel, forcing the higher ups to lock them inside a core in a vain attempt to cure them.
  • SCP-4879: A soapstone sculpture of a polar bear which causes people near it to lose their special talents. It was created by an anartist who hated the members of AWCY? and used it to take away their artistic talents away while sacrificing his own talent in the process.
  • SCP-5218: A non-anomalous now destroyed machine which when some small object is put inside it, would dissolve it in the acid inside and release a random object stored within its container. It was created by a member of AWCY? who put the name of the Department of Abnormalities in order to trick Foundation personnel and waste their time experimenting with it.
  • SCP-5350:
  • SCP-5462: The collective designation for SCP-5462-A and SCP-5462-B. SCP-5462-A is the journal of Francisco Goya in which he described how he became influenced by the extradimensional city-state of Alagadda and the Ambassador of Alagadda into creating Alagaddan-themed paintings with the assistance of fellow artist Theodore Gericault and the Black Lord, who together would create the artistic movement known as Are We Magnificent Yet?. SCP-5462-B referred to an unknown painting done by Goya which is yet to be found.
  • Apartment 5919: A mundane apartment possessing an anomalous property which made it notable so much as the Foundation made a documentation of it within their database. It was created by a member of AWCY? named Andrej Schröder who after perceiving an increasing commodification and consumerism within the art world decided to create the apartment to defy advertisement and marketing.
  • SCP-6255-1: A group of porcelain coffee cups containing random liquids and standing on two legs. These SCP-6255-1 instances would randomly manifest within Site-94 and try to pour the liquid they contain on the nearest personnel or on the documents they are carrying before displaying on itself a crudely written message which depends on the context of the events.
  • SCP-7525-EX: A file in the Foundation's SCiPNET which alongside the SCP-5257 and SCP-5257-EX files serves as containment apparatuses for a "Trojan Horse" virus designated SCP-5257. This virus caused opportunistic vandalism attacks against empty slots in the SCP database, mostly targeting slots below SCP-1000, SCP-2000, SCP-3000, SCP-4000, with numbers relevant to a file's content, numbers with humorous associations, and numbers with pleasant aesthetics or sonic. Affected slots would have its data corrupted and display an image of goblins reading "YOU HAVE BEEN GOBLINED BY THE SLOT GOBLIN" and "FUCK YOU AND YOUR SLOT".
  • LTE-2101-Freud-Warhol: A psychomechanical device previously located in New York's Central Park. It was made out of a power supply, a control unit and a Type-2 psychic broadcast unit. This artifact was programmed to trigger every ten to thirty days when there were presence of people, taking control of them and forcing some of those people to perform one of Shakespeare's plays while the others were forced to become the audience before having their memories wiped. This artifact was eventually destroyed by the GOC.
  • LB7RE/C9Y9A/ND5E3: A collection of anomalous art pieces which include paintings, sculptures, and interactive installations and possess memetic effects that makes viewers see these pieces as more appealing than they actually are. These were created by the AWCY? group "Oswaldo" as part of partnership with Marshall, Carter, and Dark Ltd. who proceeded to sell the pieces to their highest bidders.
  • 9S15F/FMUR9/AY1D9: Music tapes created by an AWCY? musical band known as the Masked Mayhem which makes listeners forget the contents of the songs while being unable to forget the experience. MC&D after learning of this tried to profit from these tapes and made a partnership with band but as customers began feeling unsatisfied as the experience became fatigued. MC&D then tried to revitalize sales by having the band perform a live concert but they accidentally began amplifying the music along with effects causing serious brain damage to the attendants.
  • Project Proposal 2012-120: An one-hour-long performance created by artist Phillip Willis titled Art Is A Getaway Drug executed within SCP-5373's central Grand Market which would act as the stage of the performance. After using a thaumaturgic spell to attract an overwhelming amount of spectators before using a disruption field unit to keep them from leaving, Willis would enter a cage and inject himself with amnestics, amphetamine, and phencyclidine while one of his actresses entered the stage and introduce herself to an intoxicated Willis as his deceased mother Andrea Willis. After interacting with him, the actress would make herself appear as she killed herself before dressing as Willis' brother Lloyd Willis and painting portraits of both Andrea and Philip. The performance would conclude when Phillip stopped screaming after thinking that he was about to die.

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  • The group Are We Cool Yet? was originally created by PoorYoric as a mockery to the disliked users of the SCP site who wrote edgy and pointless action stuff on the site. The name "Are We Cool Yet?" was derived from a context of a overwhelmed bully trying in a whiney way to stop their victim, who decided to fight back, by asking if they were cool with each other.
  • SCP-1800 was a reference to the misogynistic and squicky ideals of many surrealists, more specifically the Black Dahlia murder in which Elizabeth Short was murdered and her body was turned into a twisted and sadistic form of art.
  • In "The Leak" forum thread the author of SCP-1490, Accelerando, stated that the people that approached SCP-1490, a boy who can transform people into animal sculptures, were members of AWCY? who thought that the boy would fit their group, but in the end they deemed him and his art as not enough. Ophite who wrote SCP-1272 stated that the anomaly was actually an AWCY? artifact. ChazzK who wrote SCP-1005 stated that if AWCY? became aware of SCP-1005 then they would do anything to try and claim it.
  • Fellow anartists, Jakeob Aldon, Felix Finnegan, and Agent Navarro detest the AWCY?, with Navarro disliking the group because their work was "too normal to be Dada, and too shit to be anything else".
  • In 2021 a group in the internet began using the name of the SCP group when sharing blueprints of 3D printed arm modifications. PoorYoric addressed this issue on the site and expressed disgust at this act and demanded the group who read the site to stop using the name for their actions, even though it was technically legal.
  • In the "Log Of Anomalous Items, Vol III", the Foundation found in New York café a printed image of a house mouse and a speech bubble drawn from the mouth of the mouse which read "AM I COOL YET?" which then archived within Site-87. People who looked at the image for the first ten seconds would mistake the image for a real mouse before realizing that it was a simple picture. In the same log, the Foundation also found a baseball made by AWCY? that rendered any advertisement it was thrown at blank.
  • In the universe of SCP-6001 where the Compendium, a benevolent amalgam organization of different GoIs, took over the world and declared worldwide peace with all anomalies, Are We Cool Yet? known as the Artists Cultural Collective was one of the GoIs that made up the Compendium.

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Organizations
Ahnenerbe ObskurakorpsAmbrose RestaurantAnderson RoboticsArcadiaAre We Cool Yet?Brazen HeartBlack QueenChaos InsurgencyChicago SpiritChildren of the TorchChildren of the Scarlet KingChosen of GodChurch of the Broken GodCrystal Elms ProductionsDaevitesThe FactoryFoundation Elimination CoalitionFifth ChurchGamers Against WeedGiftschreiberGlobal Occult CoalitionGRU Division "P"HANSARPHerman Fuller's Circus of the DisquietingHouse of ApollyonHouse of StarsImperial Japanese Anomalous Matters Examination AgencyJust Girly ThingsJapan Organisms Improvement and Creation LaboratoryLight Courier EnterprisesMarshall, Carter, and Dark Ltd.Meat CircusMyrmidon InternationalOffice for the Reclamation of Islamic ArtifactsOneiroi CollectiveP.O.R.A.SAPPHIRESarkicism (Adytum's Wake, Church of the Eternal Mother, Church of the Red Harvest, The Hunter's Black Lodge)SCP Foundation (O5 Council)Second Haptic AssemblySerpent's HandSugarcomb ConfectionsSyncope SymphonyTotleighSoftTwelve StarsVikander-Kneed Technical MediaYWTGTHFT

Safe SCPs
Bobble the ClownSCP-245SCP-343SCP-432-1SCP-553SCP-875-1SCP-875-3SCP-860-2SCP-1049SCP-1312-1SCP-1312-2SCP-1500SCP-2069SCP-4812-SSCP-4950SCP-5000-█SCP-(5.782×10⁵⁴)-567Suburb SlasherSCP-6549-ASCP-6789SCP-6977

Euclid SCPs
SCP-023SCP-024SCP-031SCP-046-1SCP-049SCP-075SCP-079SCP-080SCP-082SCP-087-1SCP-096SCP-136-2SCP-137SCP-153SCP-157SCP-173SCP-178-1SCP-230SCP-277-R█SCP-286-1SCP-286-2SCP-303SCP-312SCP-333-CSCP-372SCP-401SCP-428SCP-439SCP-457SCP-511SCP-513-1SCP-542SCP-548SCP-567-9SCP-617SCP-625SCP-631SCP-666-1SCP-681SCP-693SCP-701-1SCP-735SCP-745SCP-747SCP-797SCP-811SCP-844SCP-847SCP-899SCP-924SCP-930 EntitySCP-932SCP-956SCP-966SCP-973-2SCP-1051SCP-1111-1SCP-1145SCP-1299-1SCP-1316SCP-1337SCP-1451SCP-1913SCP-1471-ASCP-1499-1SCP-1915SCP-1919-1SCP-1972-BSCP-2014SCP-2254SCP-2396-BSCP-2401-AlphaSCP-2419-ASCP-2427-3SCP-2940-BSCP-2999SCP-3008-2SCP-3019-ASCP-3114SCP-3166SCP-3280SCP-3388SCP-3631-1SCP-3786SCP-3785-1SCP-4166-2SCP-4187SCP-4231-ASCP-4310SCP-4434SCP-4670SCP-4680SCP-4812-ESCP-4924-ASCP-4959 (SCP-4959-A)SCP-4975SCP-5045-1SCP-5935-1SCP-6076SCP-6618-ASCP-6979

Keter SCPs
SCP-017SCP-129SCP-029SCP-035SCP-047SCP-058SCP-060-AlphaSCP-076-2SCP-106SCP-122-1SCP-140-ASCP-165SCP-169SCP-231-1SCP-280SCP-307SCP-352SCP-354 EntitiesSCP-363SCP-339SCP-427-1SCP-435-2SCP-469SCP-575SCP-571SCP-582SCP-589SCP-610SCP-682SCP-752-1SCP-783SCP-823SCP-939SCP-940SCP-953SCP-968SCP-990SCP-1000SCP-1048 (SCP-1048 Duplicates)SCP-1128SCP-1155SCP-1322-ASCP-1368-1SCP-1736SCP-1739SCP-1765SCP-5598SCP-1788-1SCP-1790SCP-1984-01SCP-2030-1SCP-2075SCP-2191-1SCP-2191-2SCP-2191-3SCP-2200-2SCP-2317-KSCP-2399SCP-2385SCP-2408-4SCP-2439SCP-2440SCP-2490SCP-2521SCP-2747SCP-2774-ASCP-2807SCP-2846-ASCP-2852SCP-2863SCP-2877-2SCP-2935 EntitySCP-2950SCP-3002SCP-3003-2SCP-3004-1SCP-3007 EntitySCP-3033SCP-3125SCP-3167SCP-3199SCP-3288 (Emperor Maximilian)SCP-3340SCP-3456SCP-3503SCP-3643SCP-3799SCP-3760SCP-3997SCP-4105-BSCP-4205SCP-4290SCP-4293SCP-4315-2SCP-4335SCP-4666SCP-4715SCP-4812-KSCP-4833SCP-4840-BSCP-4856SCP-4885SCP-4886SCP-4910SCP-4947SCP-5049-ASCP-5167SCP-5172SCP-5267-ASCP-5423SCP-5659SCP-5683SCP-5761-1SCP-6004SCP-6013SCP-6096SCP-6427SCP-6840

Apollyon SCPs
SCP-3999SCP-6450SCP-6820-A

Thaumiel SCPs
SCP-3000SCP-3703SCP-4884SCP-5001-ASCP-5004-ASCP-6666

Esoteric SCPs
SCP-2085-1SCP-2845SCP-3396SCP-3700-2SCP-3895SCP-4444SCP-4971-▽SCP-5034SCP-5346 EntitySCP-INTEGERSCP-6061-1SCP-6747-CSCP-6810SCP-6882-1SCP-6987

Explained SCPs
SCP-1548-EXSCP-1933-EXSCP-5025-1

Neutralized/Decommissioned SCPs
SCP-083-DSCP-531-DSCP-1682SCP-2480-1SCP-4290SCP-5281-DSCP-5739SCP-6373SCP-6624-1SCP-6624-2SCP-6624-3

Joke SCPs
SCP-049-JSCP-729-JSCP-777-JSCP-900-JSCP-1344-J

International SCPs
Spanish Branch
SCP-ES-045SCP-ES-081SCP-ES-150SCP-ES-266

French Branch
SCP-006-FRSCP-025-FRSCP-054-FRSCP-060-FRSCP-075-FRSCP-089-FRSCP-096-FRSCP-109-FRSCP-174-FRSCP-181-FRSCP-218-FR

German Branch
SCP-069-DESCP-077-DESCP-149-DE-A

Italian Branch
SCP-015-ITSCP-055-IT

Japanese Branch
SakuranushiSCP-███-JPSCP-030-JPSCP-036-JPSCP-070-JPSCP-173-JPSCP-192-JP-1SCP-268-JPSCP-272-JP-2SCP-444-JPSCP-489-JPSCP-835-JPSCP-910-JPSCP-1326-JP-K

Korean Branch
SCP-444-KO-5SCP-750-KO

Russian Branch
SCP-1026-RUSCP-1030-RU EntitiesSCP-1109-RU

Chinese Branch
SCP-CN-801SCP-CN-1101

Traditional Chinese Branch
SCP-ZH-111SCP-ZH-282SCP-ZH-613

Portuguese Branch
SCP-050-PTSCP-101-PT-6

SCP-001 Proposals
SCP-001 (The Council)SCP-001 (The Database)SCP-001 (Atonement)SCP-001 (The Broken God)SCP-001 (Past and Future)SCP-001 (The Prototype)SCP-001 (The Factory)SCP-001 (The Scarlet King)SCP-001 (The Way It Ends)SCP-001 (The Black Moon)SCP-001-A1 (The Preserver)SCP-001 (The Insurgency)

Canon SCP Beings
AlagaddansApakhtBlinkersBrothers DeathChildren of the NightFaeriesHe-Who-Made-DarkHe-Who-Made-LightMalidramagiuanNeverwereO5 CouncilPattern ScreamersPhobic EntitiesSCP-5000-█StridersStudio GuardiansUnclean

Old Gods
The FactoryHanged KingHe Who Walks Beneath DreamsHr'sthnpolJeserLord GoranKing WormMa'tolMekhaneMolochNahashSaturn DeerScarlet KingSCP-682SCP-2845SCP-3000SCP-3004-1SCP-3125SCP-3388SCP-4315-2SCP-4950SCP-4971-▽TeranThothTokage-takoVerdant MageVoruteutUnseelie QueenYaldabaothXiolt-laZsar Magoth

Old Gods' Servants
Adytum's Wake (Cornelius P. Bodfel III)Ambassador of AlagaddaArchonsBLACKSTARBobble the ClownChosen of GodChildren of the Scarlet King (Elder Rockwell, John Yttoric)Church of the Broken God (Robert Bumaro, Trunnion, Hedwig)Daevites (Orvo, Lror, Ydax)Fifth ChurchGrand Karcist IonJames AndersonMr. ReddSCP-035SCP-076-2SCP-096SCP-2852SCP-3456SCP-3700-2SCP-3785-1SCP-4231-A

Personages
Adam El AsemBlack QueenCornelius P. Bodfel IIICalvin LucienD-3826dadoDaniel DeVornDr. DämmerDr. Elliott EmersonDr. Madison CraggsDr. Jack BrightDr. WDraga NegrescuElijahElizabeth CrockerENTITY-NaClOEzekiel ClarkGeneral BoweGrand Karcist IonGrigori RasputinHerman FullerLeonid ChernoffLovataarIris DarkJames AndersonJames FranklinKeeLeeKonrad WeissLeopold ILeonid ChernoffMadeleine von SchaefferMavra IsimeriaMikkel BorovMr. ReddMr. NightNadoxO5-0OrokOtari IosavaRasmin YelkovRichard ChappellRikki Robinson-HuntingtonRobert BumaroRuprecht CartetRuiz DuchampPico WilsonPit SlothSmiling ManSaarnSCP-2089-1's CaptorSkitter MarshallSimon OswaltTravelerThomas Graham
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