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The Unclean are large hostile creatures in the mirror world of SCP-093 that were once humans who were mutated as a result of the "Lord's Tears".
Lord Blackwood tells a tale of how he ended up in SCP-093's mirror world when it was still alive. It was at its peak, and had technology that Blackwood had never seen before. While he was there, he couldn't help but sense a fear of these things called the "Unclean," and Lord Blackwood wanted to hunt one himself. According to residents of that world, the Unclean were behemoths of sin that people could become if they indulged in wrongdoings, and any heretics or sinners found would be sent to a trial and judged if they should be sent to bathe in a substance known as the Lord's Tears. When Blackwood tried to sneak past the borders of where the fertile lands were and where the unclean resided, one attacked him, but luckily, a blessed militia unit came to save him, and one member was sucked by the Unclean, but the clothes were left behind.
Later on in the story, Blackwood was able to trick the judges into thinking that he was a member of the most holy, and that he was here to conduct research on how the Unclean were made. To his horror after many days of research, he realized that the Unclean weren't a result of sin, but rather mutated people after they had been exposed to a certain concentration of the Lord's Tears. Blackwood then made an antidote that could reverse these effects, put them in a gun, and secretly manufactured them so civilians there could fight the Unclean. Blackwood then set out on his hunt, and managed to kill an Unclean-to his shock and disgust, the Unclean exploded into a bunch of dead naked people, and Blackwood realized that the Unclean WANTED to die but couldn't, and that humans were the true monsters. He then departed the mirror world, and secretly wished that no man would ever be sent into the Lord's Tears again.
Centuries later when the Foundation discovered SCP-093 and it's mirror world, it had already been taken over by the Unclean and everything was in ruins, with no living things other than the Unclean sighted. In the first test, the Blue test, a D-class saw an Unclean when he was coming back, and ran for his life. Luckily, he managed to make it back to the portal just in time, and only ended up with a bad-smelling brown stain on his clothes that dried up quickly.
During the second test, the Green Test, several Unclean beings were sighted by the D-class, but they did not notice her and she made it back to the portal safely. However, the old diary she brought back revealed much more: The house she explored belonged to a farmer and his family who lived a fairly normal life until many Unclean beings surrounded his house. The young son, Trev, was sucked by them, so the family had to move down into the bunker to stay safe. The Unclean kept staying there, and the food rotted, and the family all committed suicide after realizing that they had other options, and that going back outside would be a fate worse than death.
During the Violet, Yellow, and Red tests, the Foundation discovered the truth about the Unclean's origins, that they were once normal people and that "the most holy ones" lied to the former civilians of the mirror world in one disturbing file found in the red test: There wasn't any war involving the "Holy One," the "Holy One" is in fact a powerful entity that can travel through different worlds to toy with them, and that everything that happened in that world was all just it brainwashing the people for it's own sadistic pleasure. After that, the Foundation stopped all tests out of fear that "It" would come to their dimension and do the same thing one day.
According to the D-classes sent into SCP-093's world, as well as Lord Blackwood, the Unclean were huge towering entities about 50 feet, but they only had a torso and no legs. The Unclean also had no faces, and very long arms that they used to crawl around. The Unclean smell awful according to both accounts.
The Unclean seem to be able to sense people, and will attempt to absorb them into itself through its face. According to some of the test logs, the Unclean are composed of unstable matter, and can also manifest between places. They are a hivemind of sorts, because one Unclean has absorbed multiple people to get to its size. Due to the fact that the Unclean were created by the Lord's Tears in the first place, the Unclean seem to be attracted to the purest form of that substance.