SCP-001 is a simple sheaf of papers, stapled together in the top left corner. The top sheet is a covering sheet reading simply, “Confidential Report on Special Items—Classified.” The number of subsequent papers stapled to this covering sheet is indeterminate, and have ranged from three to thirty. The report is unsigned and its origin is unknown.
The first appearance of this report was when it appeared on the desk of Jonathan Ball. The report at that time described “The ‘Living’ Room” (SCP-002). Shortly after reading the report with incredulity, he was contacted by phone regarding said item. The next time he perused SCP-001, it described not “The ‘Living’ Room” but “Biological Motherboard” (SCP-003). He immediately closed SCP-001, thinking it was a different report, and searched for the original report on SCP-002. Not finding it, he again opened SCP-001, and this time it described not SCP-003 but “The 12 Rusty Keys and the Door” (SCP-004). He closed the report once more and opened it immediately, to read of “Skeleton Key” (SCP-005). It is not known what his next actions might have been. At varying times following this incident, the aforementioned items were discovered.
Insufficient research exists concerning the correlation between SCP-001 and all other known items. However, it has been established that every event regarding the discovery of a new SCP item has followed a report on that same item appearing beneath the cover sheet of SCP-001. The current administration regards this coincidence as proof of causal connection.
Powers and Stats
Tier: Varies, At most Low 1-C
Name: SCP-001, "Sheaf of Papers"
Origin: SCP Foundation
Classification: Keter Class Anomalous Object
Wielders: SCP Foundation
Speed: Below Average Human (Immobile)
Range: At most Low Complex Multiversal+ (Has created 6-D entities)
Weaknesses: Cannot create SCPs unless someone opens it