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Daniel DeVorn is an antagonist in the Broken Masqurade-canon, appearing in the article SCP-3241.
Daniel DeVorn is a former employee of Prometheus Labs, Inc., who in 1984 founded DLS (DeVorn Logistic Solutions), a paratech-company that specializes in the development, production, and maintenance of Scranton Reality Anchors (SRAs), devices that are designed to suppress reality-bending anomalies.
Around 1995 DLS equipped the SS Sommerfeld, a SCP Foundation-vessel designed to contain reality bending anomalies with six Scranton Reality Anchors, even though one of his employees, Simon Tchlekoz, stated that he would have to use at least fifteen SRAs. Likely due to greed and cost, DeVorn refused to take notice on these revelations.
On September 17th, 1998 there was a containment breach on the SSommerfeld, and the ship became an unstable reality-bending anomaly that disappeared from Earth. Over the next years the SCP Foundation tried to hold DeVorn and DSL accountable for the events, but the founder always claimed that it was the Foundation's fault for not using his inventions properly.
On August 12, 2015 the SS Sommerfeld appeared again, now near Odo Island. In the next years the Foundation let several expeditions near the ship, which lead to the death of several Foundation-agents and DLS-technician Raymond Asakawa.
On January 3rd, 2018 an anonymous source provided to the SCP Foundation evidence about DeVorn's greed. DeVorn became a wanted man, though officially he's still missing.
In reality the Foundation has already captured DeVorn and he was sacrificed to SCP-106.
- Daniel DeVorn is speculated to have been a friend of Dr. Robert Scranton, the inventor of the Scranton Reality Anchor.
- If this is the case, then his death at the hands of 106 could have been ironic, since 106 is believed to be Scranton himself.