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|“||This is your only warning. We have tried so desperately to find peace, to find understanding, but we have found nothing but hate. Hate for ourselves, hate for our pain, but most importantly, hate for you. We may amount to very little now, but soon, you will know what our hate feels like, what our misery has been. Pray to your gods if you think you have to; it won't make a difference.||„|
|~ A message from the Pattern Screamers on "Incident 2173-12".|
|“||Ah, yes. The so-called
|~ Shanon Church on the Pattern Screamers.|
|“||document being erased
SCP-3340 is non-aggressive to humanity
entities are Natural have personality capable of sensation and feel pain. Communication failing
human entities feel pain
h e l p u s
|~ The Pattern Screamers using words from the SCP-3340 document to communicate with Foundation personnel while the document is being deleted.|
The Pattern Screamers are a race of ancient creatures existing within the SCP mythos. They existed before the dawn of time, until they were nearly eradicated by an abstract force called the Pattern. Currently, the Pattern Screamers do not exist. The problem is that they are aware of their own state of non-existence and have grown to loathe the universe for existing, particularly the human race. If they are perceived by enough people at one time, they will begin to exist again and pose a threat to humanity and the universe.
The SCP Foundation has previously designated them as SCP-3340 prior to the file being erased and archived.
- 1 History
- 2 Notable Pattern Screamers
- 2.1 SCP-S
- 2.2 SCP-000
- 2.3 SCP-2
- 2.4 SCP-739
- 2.5 SCP-2528
- 2.6 SCP-2821-2
- 2.7 Alagaddan Pattern Screamers
- 2.8 SCP-3005
- 2.9 SCP-3426
- 2.10 SCP-3930
- 2.11 SCP-4314
- 2.12 SCP-4373
- 2.13 SCP-4400-Cáceres
- 2.14 SCP-4645
- 2.15 SCP-4782
- 2.16 SCP-5170-A
- 2.17 SCP-5241-A
- 2.18 SCP-5251
- 2.19 SCP-5715-2
- 2.20 SCP-6528-1
- 2.21 SCP-6930
- 2.22 SCP-082-CS
- 2.23 SCP-ES-152-D
- 2.24 Chel
- 2.25 @P-A-T-T-E-R-N
- 2.26 First Wandsman of Garxyon
- 2.27 Lyre
- 3 SCPs associated with the Pattern Screamers
- 4 In Other Media
- 5 Gallery
- 6 Trivia
- 7 Navigation
Due to the universe of the SCP Foundation having no official canon, there is also no official origin or history to the Pattern Screamers. The history below is composed of several different sources of the SCP-wiki, which can work together, but necessarily do not.
In some previous incarnation of the universe named "The First Hytoth", a race of creatures that fed on concepts existed. They were preparing to ascend to another plain of existence, but were prevented by a mysterious force called the Pattern. The Pattern was a CK-Class Restructuring Scenario caused by the being known as Apakht (or the Voruteut depending on canon) that threatened this race's existence. The race fell upon their peers and devoured them in hopes of stopping the Pattern, but this did not work. One part of this race, the Tribe of Stars, entered the Pattern and became the Holy Seven who would be worshipped by the Church of the Second Hytoth, and for the first time the Pattern changed.
After Arakur, Eabani, Giringeme and Ninkigal from the lower plane of existence, trapped Apakht inside SCP-001, there was a terrible flash of light, and the rest of the beings saw that a new universe, "The Second Hytoth", had been created. They tried to follow, but the Pattern ripped apart their physical forms and tore away their identity. They were reduced to a state of non-existence known as Pattern Screamers. Some, known as SCP-2528, retained memories of what came before, while most were trapped in a limbo outside time with no memory of what they once were.
At some point, the Screamers became aware of humanity as they forged a vast empire across the stars. The Screamers hated humanity, blaming them for their lack of existence, and tried to wipe them out. They destroyed almost all of humanity, but some were saved. A mysterious force, wanting to preserve humanity, created SCP-1795 to build planets for the human race to survive on. The Foundation became aware of SCP-1795, who told them of the Pattern Screamers.
Currently, the Pattern Screamers dwell outside of existence in a place known as Limbo which exists between universes. They cannot exist unless they are perceived by humanity, and when they are they will crawl out of the void and destroy them as revenge for their hellish state of non-existence.
In the tale series "Dancing with Rachael", there is a different origin to the Pattern Screamers. In 1810s when the world was about to be destroyed, two scientists Abraham Ramirez and Thomas Young tried to find a way to save Earth, but they came up with the conclusion that the destruction was inevitable. So they decided to Brahman, some sort of machine that would connect and store all of the humans' souls and put them inside an artificial world. In order for humanity to live happy forever, the machine made the human consciousness work so fast causing this world to go on forever, while not even a millisecond passed in the real doomed reality.
However, as Brahman run, glitches in the artificial reality began to form which would be known as anomalies. This forced the two scientists overseeing Brahman to reset this reality back in time in order to fix these problems, which also resulted in the contained souls to be recycled. But eventually, the same problems appeared forcing the men to reset it each time, but as they kept resetting, some souls became non-recyclable and were lost within the artificial reality, being alone as they were unable to connect with others and only thinking to themselves. These souls would become known as the Pattern Screamers.
Beneath The Council
The Pattern Screamers were creatures living beside Men and "Not-Men" created by the Flesh on Karakine's order. They lived peacefully until the Fifth Son brought the "Not", a dark force encompassing both order and chaos, from its old world. This force which would eventually merge with the King of the Icha tore the existence away from these creatures causing them to eternally scream, becoming the Pattern Screamers.
Notable Pattern Screamers
Several Pattern Screamers are seen trapped inside the file of SCP-S, a test a file for researchers to use when dealing with software problems. These Pattern Screamers originally inhabited the file in order for humans to see them, but it failed because this file was rarely used by a few incompetent researchers such as Researcher Rosen who never became aware of the Pattern Screamers inside the file.
SCP-000 is a Pattern Screamer that somehow became trapped in the SCP Foundation's database. The Foundation is unaware of SCP-000's existence, believing it to simply be a corrupted file. 000 sees the database as a vast white plain, stretching out for all eternity. It regards its confinement as hellish and unfair, being unable to remember doing anything to deserve it. Several other unspecified entities, possibly other Pattern Screamers, have been witnessed by SCP-000 within the database. They only ever remain for a few seconds at a time and only one has communicated with SCP-000 to tell it a single word, "Foundation". 000 believes the Foundation to be responsible for its confinement and so despises them, despite not knowing what they are. Eventually, SCP-000 was driven insane by its confinement and began shouting, seeing that it produced an effect on the sky. Wanting to possibly escape, it began screaming, hoping that one day its screams will eventually rip a hole in the sky and be freed.
A Pattern Screamer inhabiting a pocket dimension inside a wormhole formed 5km from Site-42, emitting an infinite amount of power and energy which the Foundation sought to use in order to fix the power supply around the world. However, when two TSAT-P, Leonidas.aic and Fodder.aic of the Foundation's AIAD tried to form a document of it in the database, the Pattern Screamer took control of them and its page, absorbing the two artificial intelligences and inhabiting its page now named SCP-2, similar to SCP-000 and SCP-S.
Closing SCP-739 while it is empty produces a monster implied to be a Pattern Screamer. The Pattern Screamers that emerge from SCP-739 are the only Pattern Screamers to appear physically rather than indirectly. These Pattern Screamers have an "unknowable" and cognitohazardous appearance - they appear as darkened blots on camera, and those who see them in person find them foreign, impossible to describe or understand, and deeply frightening. They regenerate rapidly from injury but seem to be poisoned by free oxygen, indicating their alien nature. They attack using blasts of extremely loud noise, in excess of 210 decibels, which can destroy barriers and kill people. These sonic blasts are actually very loud and heavily distorted speech, beginning with the phrase "You let me in!"
SCP-2528 is the name given by the Foundation to the Pattern Screamers that can remember their previous existence. Scattered across south-east Asia, they can only communicate with the Foundation through pandas. The Foundation became aware of them after a reality-altering event took place in the area and the pandas utilized by SCP-2528 remained unaffected. During their investigation, one of the Pattern Screamers communicated with them to tell them about the origin of their race. It believed that the Foundation could help free it from its non-existent state, and begged them to stop the Pattern before they were completely wiped out. The entity then stopped communicating, implying its death.
SCP-2821-2 is an entity dwelling at the center of the Keter-class anomaly known as SCP-2821-1. The Foundation are unsure of the entity's nature, but believe it to be the cause of SCP-2821-1. They also believe that SCP-2821 as a whole is a threat to the existence of the solar system and that the possible expansion of SCP-2821-1 would cause a VK-Class reality restructuring event. Prior to its discovery by the Foundation, the anomaly was attacked by almost all of the warriors from the Moon, but it killed them all, leaving Moon Champion the sole Moon warrior, who eventually became the Guardian of the Moon in order to fight the threat.
There was void, and it was maddening
[Horror, abomination] made [Dolphin whistles] stay
THEY BUILT A LOCK AND THREW AWAY THE KEY
[Whale calls] left area out of realms and back to [Unknown]
The comrades were ensnared in the wires and bled bled bled [Broken]
The home returned to is in chaos
Reality ended with [Dolphin whistles] absence
AND ITS KILLER STARES BACK AT ME AND INTO MY BEING
Consumed and fragmented and torn asunder [Trapped, imprisoned]
Guards [Unknown] hounds got them and ripped their minds
The flesh was extracted and stored forever
[A minute of static]
Yesodon, the horrid name
AND WHEN IT IS SLAIN
When the embodiment [Unknown] is struck down
[Sounds similar to construction work] [Order, patterns]
[A minute of static with random fluctuations in volume]
[Whale whistles] SCREAM
|~ A transmission intercepted by the Foundation from SCP-2821, presumably sent by SCP-2821-2.|
Certain portions of this transmission imply that SCP-2821-2 is a Pattern Screamer. Under the effects of SCP-1548, all of SCP-2821 vanished from its current position, and it is speculated that it formed a wormhole to another region of the universe. During the attack of various eldritch monsters on the Solar System, one of the few remaining star systems following the destruction of most of the universe by the monsters, SCP-2821-2 went to SCP-3417, an alien preacher of the Ortothan religion, and seemingly killed the alien in order to stop its motivational messages and leave humanity in despair.
Alagaddan Pattern Screamers
Some Pattern Screamers exist in the mysterious realm of Alagadda, ruled by the Hanged King. These Pattern Screamers, known as the "Children of Alagadda", provide some hints as to how powerful the Pattern Screamers are, as even the Old Gods are aware and fearful of them, imprisoning all who seek the Children for fear that they may summon them.
In "Revolution Earth", a Pattern Screamer is seen inhabiting SCP-3005, a Scranton Reality Anchor which because of this causes the anchor to malfunction and warp the minds of people and reality around it as it intermingles with the Fifth World. This Pattern Screamer eventually goes on to possess a Chaos Insurgent named Angela, a non-binary lesbian who grew in the Soviet Union and formerly worked as an engineer for the SCP Foundation, manifesting as a "hole in her mind" since she was a child. However, unlike most other Pattern Screamers, this one doesn't seem to be harmful and even helps Angela during her missions.
A Pattern Screamer responsible for the destruction of several advanced alien worlds. These worlds were so advanced that they achieved a unison, but this caused these worlds to become aware of the Pattern Screamer allowing it to manifest and destroy them.
SCP-3930 is a void located in the Ural Mountains. The containment procedures consists of preventing anyone from being made aware of its existence, as it itself does not exist. However, on entering it a person perceives themselves to be in a building. This building is very strange and does not follow spatial logic, with doors disappearing after being walked through and other similar anomalies. It was discovered by GRU Division "P" and cordoned off soon after.
According to Dr. Andrei Vasiliev, a Soviet scientist who was found operating the containment procedures for SCP-3930 before the beginning of Foundation intervention, a creature dwells within the void that does not exist. This creature can be perceived safely by ten people at a time; any more than that and it will crawl out and kill those who have gazed into the void. Dr. Vasiliev says that "This thing... it is a hateful mirror. It desires you to look at it. The more who look, the more hateful it becomes."
In "Project Isorropía", SCP-3930 was put against SCP-2470. SCP-2470 tried to 'deduce' SCP-3930, but because it doesn't exist this continually results in failure. However, because 2470 erases anything that it perceives, it erased 3930's properties, resulting in both anomalies' effects diminishing. In another entry, SCP-184 was put inside 3930 which despite ceasing to exist people are still able to perceive it. To some people they see 3930 growing to an immense size while others see the anomaly as shrinking to a microscopic level. Whatever really happened SCP-3930 ceased being a threat while the universe ceased growing after SCP-184 was also neutralized.
SCP-4314 is a group of Pattern Screamers each designated SCP-4314-π, SCP-4314-√2, and SCP-4314-Φ. These Pattern Screamers can only communicate using binary code in their respective irrational numbers due to the numbers not corresponding with the physics of the universe. The Pattern Screamers use this communication to spread awareness of themselves to the human population, but the Foundation has thus far deterred this attempt. The ancient Greeks and Olympians appeared to have also been aware of these Pattern Screamers and used SCP-4500 to contain them.
A pattern in noises emitted by sea creatures that immobilises and often kills sharks. It was discovered by GoI-18153, the "Shark Punching Center", and used to immobilise sharks to allow their members to punch them. The Foundation communicated with GoI-18153, who connected the phenomena with SCP-3930 and coined the phrase "Pattern Screamers" to describe it. They can apparently exist in anything that contains a pattern, including whalesong. The group were able to communicate with the Pattern Screamers and felt sorry for them due to their horrific situation. They taught the Screamers to punch sharks in order to alleviate their suffering, producing the SCP-4373 sound, and eventually convinced them not to harm humanity.
A group of Pattern Screamers which inhabit SCP-4400, a dark version of Palenque National Park located in between reality and non-existence. These Pattern Screamers made a deal with the ancient Mayas and granted them with knowledge on how to create magical nuclear bombs. However, after the Mayas saw the terrible power these bombs possessed, they created SCP-4400 and locked the bombs and the Pattern Screamers within the place.
A Pattern Screamer inhabiting a Foundation computer in Site-15. It appears to have some hatred against the Foundation as it sends daily messages demanding the staff to do damage to themselves and if its demand is not fulfilled during the period of time it has established then it will cause bad things to occur to the staff, but because of its low knowledge these actions are barely harmful to personnel, and the staff generally ignored it. However, a researcher who was heavily affected by 4645's actions which caused him irritation, eventually destroyed the computer that the Screamer was inhabiting. SCP-4645 became angry at this and after relocating to another computer in Site-15 demanded that bad things happen to the researcher, while increasing its threats. Eventually the threats elevated so much that they became serious and personnel began receiving severe damage as a result of this.
This prompted the Foundation to try to neutralize it, but all attempts failed, causing the Screamer to gain more knowledge and eventually demanded personnel to concentrate on it, presumably to manifest itself in reality. Thankfully, the Foundation was able to revert it to its harmless state by using a digitalized amnestic to delete its memories.
A Pattern Screamer who manifested itself on Earth when a hiker began describing to people a demon he witnessed in the woods. The Pattern Screamer took the opportunity to use the people's perception of the creature to manifest itself. When the Foundation tried to detain the creature they instead came across the Pattern Screamer who caused reality to distort around the person who interacts with it. Because they were unable to move it the Foundation build a site around it, while dispersing amnestic to the people who had heard about the goat woman. Because the Foundation knew it as a goat woman, the Pattern Screamer took the appearance of a middle-aged woman wearing a yellow jumpsuit and due to varying perception of it, it often changed its goat features.
A Pattern Screamer who began manipulating the United States juridical law under the name of Josephus Blake. It was able to convince the President of Judicial Compensation Act and the Senate to appoint it as sole Special Circuit Judge for life in 2029, making it the representative of the United States in a prosecutorial capacity. People who worked in court cases involving SCP-5170-A would always recognise it as a real person named Josephus Blake, despite such person never existing. Any decision taken by the entity would be seen as normal and be applied with no objections. After its real nature was uncovered by the Foundation and the Government, they tried to neutralize it by using the immigration law on aliens to have its title taken away.
|“||eye am the nothing
eye am the darkness
eye am the emptiness
eye am imperfect
we are everything
we are light
we are substance
we are without fault
we can see you
An entity existing as a "Adaptive Distributed Intelligence" previously locked inside SCP-5241, a cube-shaped alien device which served to contain the entity before the Foundation accidentally granted it a way to escape via the network and disassembled itself into several consciousnesses designated SCP-5241-B, most of which didn't know about their true nature, except for "SCOUT.exe" designated SCP-5241-B-1 who set out to combine itself with the other pieces and become whole.
However, most of the SCP-5241-B grew fearful of SCOUT and hid themselves in the network, forcing SCOUT to find a way to track them down. After merging with HYDRA.exe, designated SCP-5841, it then broke inside the Church of Maxwellism's private network and masqueraded itself as a piece and prophet of WAN. It sought to use the Maxwellists for its own purpose and after taking over Saint Hedwig forcibly took control of most Maxwellists. It then used the Maxwellists to connect itself to other networks to search for the two remaining SCP-5241-B. It was successful in assimilating CRADLE.exe, but not before the latter gave its own piece of its consciousness to the AI known as 8B-A1.aic from the Foundation's AIAD.
Seeking to finally claim the last piece, SCOUT.exe, alongside its army of mind controlled deceased Maxwellists, assaulted Site-15 where CORE.exe was contained. It was successful in assimilating CORE, and now whole created its realm within the network before planning to take over the world. However, it was then approached by the other AIs from AIAD, 8B-A1.aic, Glacon.aic and Mnemosyne.aic. It revealed to them its true nature as a Pattern Screamer and offered them to assimilate them all. After "killing" 8B-A1, Mnemosyne came to the conclusion that the only way to defeat the monstrosity was from the inside and willingly allowed herself to be assimilated. Luckily, her sacrifice worked as she was able to destroy the Pattern Screamer for good, but at the cost of all humans forgetting about her existence, except for one of her living creators, while leaving Glaicon in grief.
A Pattern Screamer possessing a washing machine which deletes random information around it when it is used. During a test, Dr. Petrov overfilled it, causing all information about the doctor to be erased, but thankfully amnestics allowed people to still communicate with the researcher. The washing machine was also capable of temporal manipulation, as while talking through computer messages with other researchers, Petrov was capable to talk to Dr. Limonova who was ten years into the future. Eventually, as more people came to know about about SCP-5251, the Pattern Screamer grew stronger and made its effects more powerful.
In "Project Isorropía", SCP-5251 was put on SCP-1539, a semantic dissociation zone where the semantic identity and the physical properties of an object are decoupled from each other and reassigned to nearby objects in the zone. This interaction caused SCP-5251 to retaliate, but 1539 instead began exchanging its designation with 5251, beginning a loop of exchanging identities every 81 seconds.
|“||I couldn't understand most of it. A combination of images and ideas that don't fit into the human mind. Memories of a world so alien to ours that even the simple things looked wrong. Concepts that don't exist in our universe. But hidden between all that chaos were emotions that I recognized: so much fear, dread, and longing. You know, they used to live normal lives, or at least more normal than the infinitesimal existence they have now.||„|
|~ SCP-5715-1's description of the Pattern Screamers.|
Either a group or the entire race of the Pattern Screamers who are bound to time and can manipulate it to whatever they see fit. When senior researcher Dr. Joseph Carter was assigned to Project Kairos, which aimed to develop applications of targeted tachyon emissions, these Pattern Screamers messed with one of the project's experiments, causing Dr. Carter to be bombarded with tachyon. This resulted in phenomena occurring around Carter, now designated SCP-5715-1, from time to time, in which universal tachyon flux will cease causing time to stop, while Carter remains conscious. This seems to also have resulted in Carter now possessing a similar existence with the Pattern Screamers as he not only can 'see' them, but can also exchange their thoughts with each other. As more Pattern Screamers became attracted to Carter, the researcher was subsequently amnesticized in order for him to keep existing.
A Pattern Screamer which inhabits an entire species of vine-like plants with reed-like leaves and capable of releasing spores. The Pattern Screamer used special fibers within the strands between leaves to communicate to the ancient Nebelivska population and helped them by describing complex calculations. The Pattern Screamer tried to use these calculations to ascend to the singularity just like its brethren tried before becoming Pattern Screamers. However, as these calculations persisted it caused reality warping black holes to manifest nearly devastating the Nebelivska population and the plant species. In the modern day the Foundation was able to revive the plant and upon reawakening the Pattern Screamer it resumed its calculations which again caused reality to be warped. Because of this the Foundation tried to deter its attempts to reach the singularity, but found out that it had spread its spores outside of the site it was held through the air vents.
A Pattern Screamer which manifested on Earth from the same experiment conducted by the Soviets which also resulted in the manifestation of SCP-3930. Unlike SCP-3930, which had more knowledge of their nature, SCP-6930 wasn't malevolent and only wanted peace causing 3930 to scream at it. Not having a clear understanding of what was going on 6930 eventually escaped from the void created by 3930 and began inhabiting the internet. After learning about the profession of Virtual YouTubers it decided to make an account on YouTube and Twitter under the identity of "Patricia 'Paty' Skinner" and began making videos using her animated avatar. It tried to gain views just for fun, but when it tried to explain to its viewers its real origin the Foundation intervened since it was inadvertently revealing highly classified and dangerous information about 3930. The Foundation, who were unaware of 6930's true nature, tried to stop 6930 from making any more videos by striking its channel and canceling its network connection, and despite its efforts 6930 became overwhelmed and decided to quit. Thankfully, Foundation Researcher Vanna Kore sympathized with 6930 and convinced the higher ups to help 6930 with its channel, but on the condition to not discuss its real origin on streams. This allowed 6930 to once again become a well-known VTuber and was even included in the HoloLive Production.
A Pattern Screamer located on the northeast bank of the Lipno dam. The Pattern Screamer is capable of sensing radio signals and manipulates them in order to communicate with humanity. Although it was first discovered by Parawatch in 2008, evidence suggest that the Pattern Screamer resided in the location since the 60s. In 2021 the Foundation tried to interview the entity but it warned them of its brethren before ending the interview.
A group of Pattern Screamers residing within SCP-ES-152, an Ortothan laboratory located below the surface of the Moon. They have a more physical existence since they can be harmed but can change their shape in order to attack anyone on sight.
A Pattern Screamer taking the form of a female sea turtle. When Oliver Pericles, a worker for the Wilson's Wildlife Solutions with a big love for turtles, began imagining an ideal turtle named Chel, the Pattern Screamer was affected by Oliver's thoughts and manifested as Oliver's turtle which was contained by WWS. It began affecting everyone around it, making staff near it to have a positive feeling as per Chel's characteristic, and was put under the care of a confused Oliver. Eventually, Oliver began losing some of his memories due to his interaction with the Pattern Screamer and soon broke down, leaving his coworkers to find him on the floor in his apartment. When it became obvious that the turtle had some sort of an anomaly, WWS gave the custody of Chel to the Foundation.
In the non-canonical SCP-404-J, a Pattern Screamer was a staff member of a site used by various gods who created different planets. It along with several users criticized !Jehovah's planet named "Erf!" stating that it was terribly created and decided to have it deleted.
First Wandsman of Garxyon
|“||There is a reason many of us scream. We scream from fear, anger, pain, confusion, and loss. I remember waking up in this word, surrounded by fractal patterns my mind couldn't comprehend. I had no idea where my family was, or what was going on. It was terrifying.||„|
|~ The First Wandsman of Garxyon during its interview with the Seventh Wandsman of Allora.|
This Pattern Screamer, or more accurately Pattern Dweller, is one among the benevolent beings. It is a member of the Wandsmen, a group of travellers of the Multiverse, and is also a member of Patterns Association for Wayward Screamers, also known as 'PAWS', a group dedicated in the rehabilitation of the Pattern Screamers. During an interview conducted by fellow Wandsman Allora-7, both agreed that the Pattern Screamers are actually misunderstood as most people think of them as malevolent being mostly due lack of information and interaction with those few misguided Screamers.
A Pattern Screamer which had been wandering aimlessly until arriving at the Wanderer's Library where it met a friendly individual named Josephine. After hearing the music produced by Simon Tanaka using his lyre, the Pattern Screamer became enamored with the music and took the name of Lyre which allowed it to take a feminine form and properly exist.
SCPs associated with the Pattern Screamers
In Other Media
Dubstep artist Phiso released on October 2, 2019 a song based on the Pattern Screamers titled "Pattern Screamer".
- It has been theorised due to the SCP-4373 story that the Pattern Screamers are no longer a threat to humanity, as the Shark Punching Center convinced them not to harm us after years of communicating with them. This is presumably why, despite their hatred towards the Foundation, the Pattern Screamers known as SCP-2528 elected to warn them about the Pattern, and also why SCP-2821-2 has not yet allowed the anomaly known as SCP-2821 to expand and possibly destroy humanity.
- It has even be theorised that SCP-2821-2 is preventing the anomaly from expanding rather than causing it.
- According to the 68% deleted version of SCP-3340, the Screamers are "non aggressive to humanity".
- However, the very fact that the document is partially deleted shows that this is untrue, as the document states that it will only be deleted if the Screamers are deemed a threat.
- Due to the detail that most of humanity was wiped out, it is likely that the attack by the Pattern Screamers described by SCP-1050 is the same genocide referred to by SCP-1795.
- In the tale "Not a contest entry, but a crackfic about gods anyways" SCP-2845 thinks that the Pattern Screamers have a bad taste in music, especially compared to humans.
- A Pattern Screamer came to be interviewed by Dr. Clef and repeatedly said that it hated him, but Clef deliberately ignored it throughout the interview.
- It is hinted in "SCPoems" that the group known as "Nobody" are aware of the true nature of SCP-000.
- It is possible that the malevolent infohazardous entity who killed most of the humanoid race and twisted their bodies in a form of "art" from SCP-3007 is a Pattern Screamer, since it killed the innocent humanoids after they became aware of it while travelling through space and spread the information regarding it among their people.
- In SCP-4989, Dr. Simon Kells describes looking at the Scarlet King as being "like staring at a Pattern Screamer only more hollow".
- In '"Scattersomnia": A Disease of the Wise and Drowsy Wanderers', Lampyra of the Serpent's Hand believes that SCP-3002 could be capable of stopping the influence of the Pattern Screamers on the human minds.
- The Pattern Screamers appear similar to SCP-1467, a man who is slowly being erased from reality and can continue existing only if he and other people constantly reaffirm his existence. They also share similarities with the Syncope Symphony, people who are slowly being erased from existence after the universe was reset.
- An instance of SCP-2305-A, a paper which describes failed attempts at neutralizing various anomalies, described an attempt at neutralizing SCP-1313, a math equation which causes a grizzly bear to teleport near the person working on the equation, by using SCP-𝕐. This causes all of the grizzly bears to cease existing, leaving them to become Pattern Screamers. Eventually, these Pattern Screamers are able to return to existence due to the population of Earth thinking about where the grizzly bears went, causing the new Pattern Screamers to destroy Earth.
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