실험 기록 423 A
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Experiment Log for SCP-423
SCP-423 실험 기록

Approved by O5-█
Monitored by O5-█, O5-██, O5-█
Project Head: Dr. E. Mann
O5-█가 승인
O5-█, O5-██, O5-█가 감시
기획 책임자: E. 만 박사

All researchers working with SCP-423 are encouraged to append their results to this experiment log in the following format:
SCP-423을 실험한 모든 연구원들은 실험 기록에 다음과 같은 형식으로 실험 결과를 추가하는 것을 권장합니다.

Date: ██/██/████
Test Material:

Results:

Notes:

날짜: ██/██/████
시험 재료:

결과:

주석:



Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: Tom Sawyer, by Mark Twain
날짜: ██/██/████
시험 재료: 마크 트웨인 작, 톰 소여

Results: A character named Fred is mentioned at several points in the story, largely as an onlooker. No change to the story is noticed.
결과: 프레드라는 등장인물이 이야기의 여러 부분에서 주로 구경꾼으로 언급된다. 이야기의 변화는 눈에 띄지 않는다.

Notes: "This will serve as a baseline for future effects of SCP-423." - Dr. E. Mann
주석: "이는 향후 SCP-423의 효과에 대한 기준선이 될 것입니다." - E. 만 박사


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: The Hobbit, by J. R. R. Tolkien
날짜: ██/██/████
시험 재료: J. R. R. 톨킨 작, 호빗

Results: A 14th dwarf named Feredor is a member of the party. The narrative is largely the same, except that there are no references to a "lucky number." Feredor is mentioned as surviving the Battle of Five Armies, but Oin is killed.
결과: 페레도르(Feredor)라는 14번째 난쟁이가 일원이다. "행운의 숫자"에 대한 언급이 없다는 점을 제외하면 그의 이야기는 거의 동일하다. 페레도르는 다섯 군대 전투에서 생존했다고 언급되지만, 오인(Oin)은 사망했다.

Notes: "SCP-423's role is larger in this work, allowing a better look at its effects. The dialog written for the character is similar to that written for the other dwarves. Other differences in text match Tolkien's writing style as used in the rest of the book." -Dr. E. Mann
주석: "이 실험에서 SCP-423의 역할은 더 크며, 대상의 효과를 보다 자세히 볼 수 있습니다. 쓰여진 말투는 다른 난쟁이들의 것과 비슷합니다. 텍스트의 나머지 차이점들은 책의 나머지 부분들에서 사용된 톨킨의 작문 스타일과 일치합니다." - E. 만 박사


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: Plain Journal
날짜: ██/██/████
시험 재료: 일반 일기장

Results: There was no result for some time, until one of the researchers wrote his name on the cover. The words "Hi, there" appeared underneath. A conversation was held, during which it was established that SCP-423 possessed both the ability and desire to communicate.
결과: 연구원 중 하나가 겉표지에 자기 이름을 쓰기 전까지 아무런 결과가 없었다. "안녕 친구"라는 문장이 이름 아래에 나타났다. 대화가 이루어졌으며, 그 과정에서 SCP-423이 의사 소통 능력과 욕구를 가졌음이 확인되었다.

Notes: "This proves that SCP-423 is sentient. If it can be controlled, it could be useful in dealing with certain text-based SCPs. This bears further research." -Dr. E. Mann
주석: "이것은 SCP-423에게 지각이 있음을 증명합니다. 만약 통제가 가능하다면, 대상은 몇몇 텍스트 기반 SCP를 다루는데 유용할지도 모릅니다. 추가적인 연구가 필요합니다." - E. 만 박사


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: Dragonquest, by Anne McCaffrey
날짜: ██/██/████
시험 재료: 앤 맥카프리 작, 드래곤퀘스트

Results: A minor blue rider named F'Red appears in the story. No other changes are noted.
결과: 파레드(F'Red)라는 이름의 작고 파란 라이더가 이야기에 등장한다. 다른 변화는 발견되지 않았다.


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, by J.K. Rowling
날짜: ██/██/████
시험 재료: J. K. 롤링 작, 해리 포터와 혼혈 왕자

Results: A wizard named Fred appeared. Very few changes in the story are noted, except one scene in which SCP-423 is confused with an existing character in the series.
결과: 프레드라는 이름의 마법사가 나타났다. SCP-423이 시리즈의 기존 등장인물과 혼동되는 한 장면을 제외하고는 줄거리에 변화가 거의 발견되지 않았다.

Notes: "SCP-423 displayed paranormal abilities in the narrative, though nothing out of note for the fictional universe. However, when returned to the journal, SCP-423 said that it couldn't duplicate them outside of that particular narrative universe." - Dr. E. Mann
주적: "SCP-423은 소설 속 우주에서는 특이한 것이 아니지만, 서사 내에서 초자연적인 능력을 보였습니다. 하지만, SCP-423은 일기장으로 돌아와서는 특정 서사 우주 외부에서는 그러한 능력을 복제할 수가 없다고 말하였습니다." - E. 만 박사


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: Ulysses, by James Joyce
날짜: ██/██/████
시험 재료: 제임스 조이스 작, 율리시스

Results: SCP-423 immediately returned to the journal, where it wrote out "Ow, ow, bad idea."
결과: SCP-423은 즉시 일기장으로 돌아와서는 “으악, 으웩, 이건 나쁜 생각이었어”라고 썼다.

Notes: "Note this as a potential punishment for SCP-423 if it misbehaves." - Dr. E. Mann
주석: "SCP-423이 좋지 못한 행동을 했을 경우 아마 처벌 용도로 사용할 수 있을 겁니다." - E. 만 박사


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: The Draco Tavern, by Larry Niven
날짜: ██/██/████
시험 재료: 래리 니븐 작, 드라코 여관

Results: A new regular employee of the Draco Tavern showed up, named Fred. Only mentioned in passing save in the story "Cruel and Unusual", where he expressed sympathy for the Chirpsithra view.
결과: 프레드라는 이름을 한, 드라코 여관의 새로운 정직원이 나타났다. 오직 "잔혹하고 특이한(Cruel and Unusual)"에서 그가 칩시트라(Chirpsithra)의 관점에 동의하였다는 내용만으로 지나가듯이 언급되었다.

Notes: "Either he's not completely human in outlook, or only acts that way when dealing with stories of aliens. We should probably test this further." - Dr D. Vettir
주석: "그가 완전히 인간이 아니거나, 외계인 이야기를 다룰 때만 이런 식으로 행동하거나 둘 중 하나입니다. 추가시험이 필요할 것 같습니다." - D. 베티르 박사


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: "The Battle Hymn of the Republic", by Julia Ward Howe.
날짜: ██/██/████
시험 재료: 줄리아 워드 하우 작, "공화국 전투찬가"

Results: verse 2, lines 1 and 3 altered. Rather than "I have seen Him in the watch-fires of a hundred circling camps" and "I can read His righteous sentence by the dim and flaring lamps", the lines now state "Fred has seen Him in the watch-fires of a hundred circling camps" and "Fred can read His righteous sentence by the dim and flaring lamps". Upon returning to the journal, SCP-423 wrote "that was… interesting, but I don't think I want to try it again."
결과: 2절 1행과 3행이 변경됨. 보다 정확하게 설명하면 "나는 수백 진지 모닥불 속에서 주님 보았네"와 "나는 흐릿하게 일렁이는 등불 아래에서도 주님의 옳은 판결 읽을 수 있어라"라는 가사가 각각 "프레드는 수백 진지 모닥불 속에서 주님 보았네"와 "프레드는 흐릿하게 일렁이는 등불 아래에서도 주님의 옳은 판결 읽을 수 있어라"로 바뀜. SCP-423은 일기장으로 돌아오자마자, "재미는 있었지만… 이걸 또 하고 싶진 않네요."라고 증언함.


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: "Mary Had A Little Lamb" (verses 1 and 2 only), by Sarah Josepha Hale.
날짜: ██/██/████
시험 재료: 사라 요세파 헤일 작, "메리는 작은 양을 가지고 있네" (1절 및 2절 한정)

Results: References to "Mary" in verse 1 are now references to "Freddy"; references to "her" in verse 2 are now references to "him".
결과: 1절에서의 "메리"에 대한 언급은 "프레디(Freddy)"로 변경되었고, 2절에서의 "그녀"에 대한 언급은 "그"로 변경되었다.


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: "Mary Had A Little Lamb" (full version), by Sarah Josepha Hale.
날짜: ██/██/████
시험 재료: 사라 요세파 헤일 작, "메리는 작은 양을 가지고 있네" (전체 분량)

Results: Verses 1 and 2 are now unaltered; a reference to "the eager children" in verse 4 is now a reference to "Fred and the children".
결과: 1절과 2절은 변경되지 않았다. 4절에서의 "활기찬 아이들"에 대한 언급은 "프레드와 아이들"로 변경되었다.


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: House of Leaves (color version), by Mark Z. Danielewski.
날짜: ██/██/████
시험 재료: 마크 Z. 대니얼레프스키 작, 나뭇잎의 집 (채색판)

Results: A mailman named Fred delivers a letter to Will Navidson in page ███. Fred also appears as a bartender that attends Johnny, and one of the orderlies caring for Pelafina. SCP-423 expressed profound confusion after leaving this work. Of note is that all instances of "Fred" in the text were written in green.
결과: ███ 페이지에서 프레드라는 이름의 우체부가 윌 네이비슨(Will Navidson)에게 편지를 배달하였다. 프레드는 또한 조니(Johnny)와 관련된 바텐더, 그리고 펠라피나(Pelafina)를 돌보는 잡역부로도 등장한다. SCP-423은 해당 작품에서 나온 뒤 깊은 혼란을 나타냈다. 주목할 점으로 텍스트 내의 "프레드" 사례는 모두 녹색으로 써졌다.


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: Gadsby: Champion of Youth, by Ernest Vincent Wright. Gadsby is known for being an extended lipogram: a 50,110-word story written without any 'e's.
날짜: ██/██/████
시험 재료: 어니스트 빈센트 라이트 작, 게즈비: 청춘의 챔피언. 개즈비는 'e'가 없이 쓰여진 50,110단어짜리 장문의 리포그램 이야기로 알려져 있다.

Results: A minor character named Ford appeared in the novel.
결과: 포드(Ford)라는 이름의 중요하지 않은 등장인물이 소설에 등장하였다.


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: A (non-pornographic) limerick about a man from Nantucket.
날짜: ██/██/████
시험 재료: 난터켓에서 온 사내에 대한 (비외설물) 5행 희시.

Results: No change. SCP-423 subsequently explained that the given limerick was "too small and too tight", with insufficient "flexibility".
결과: 변화 없음. 이후 SCP-423은 주어진 5행 희시가 "너무 좁고 꽉 껴서" 변화시키기에는 "유연성"이 부족하였다고 해명하였다.


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: A book of 365 haiku.
날짜: ██/██/████
시험 재료: 하이쿠 365개 책.

Results: Third line of thirteen separate haiku replaced with a five-syllable phrase mentioning Fred ("Fred watched silently", "Fred is also here", "Only Fred remains", etc).
결과: 독립적인 하이쿠 13개의 3번째 행은 프레드를 언급하는 5음절 구절로 대체되었다. ("프레드는 조용히 지켜보았다(Fred watched silently)", "프레드도 있었다(Fred is also here)", "오직 프레드만이 남았다(Only Fred remains)", 등).


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: The Frogs Who Desired A King, by Aesop, written using plastic letters with a magnetic backing applied to a metallic surface.
날짜: ██/██/████
시험 재료: 이솝 작, 개구리들의 임금님, 금속 표면에 자석이 달린 플라스틱 글자들을 사용해서 작성.

Results: The penultimate sentence became, "a big Stork that soon set to work gobbling them all up, except for one named Fred who hid." The "new" letters appeared to be of the same material and design of the original ones, and the weight of the complete setup remained the same.
결과: 끝에서 2번째 문장이 "커다란 황새가 개구리들을 모두 잡아먹기 시작했습니다, 프레드라는 이름의 잘 숨은 개구리만 빼고요."로 바뀌었다. "새로운" 글자들은 원래 것들과 동일한 재료 및 설계를 나타냈으며, 전체 설정 무게는 동일하게 유지되었다.


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: Blood Meridian, by Cormac McCarthy.
날짜: ██/██/████
시험 재료: 코맥 매카시 작, 핏빛 자오선.

Results: In the introductory scene where Holden incites a mob to murder the Reverend by falsely accusing the Reverend of rape and bestiality, a bystander named Frederick is present in the mob; however, instead of participating, the bystander leaves in disgust. The narrator comments that "The weak coward Frederick was never seen again."
결과: 홀든이 목사가 강간 및 수간을 저질렀다고 거짓 고발을 하며 목사를 살해하는 군중들을 선동하는 서두에 프레데릭(Frederick)이라는 이름을 한 구경꾼이 군중들 사이에 등장한다. 하지만, 거기에 참여하는 대신, 구경꾼은 혐오감을 느끼며 떠난다. 서술자는 "나약한 겁쟁이 프레데릭은 다신 나타나지 않았다"고 언급했다.


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: ████████ Telephone Directory (2003).
날짜: ██/██/████
시험 재료: ████████ 전화번호부 (2003).

Results: No change.
결과: 변화 없음.


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: 12 Angry Men, by Reginald Rose.
날짜: ██/██/████
시험 재료: 레지날드 로즈 작, 12인의 성난 사람들.

Results: The list of characters specifies that the courthouse guard is named Fred; he is described as "disappointed that he will be excluded from the jurors' deliberations".
결과: 등장인물 목록에서 법원 경비의 이름이 프레드로 명시되었다. 그는 "배심원 심리에서 제외되어 실망했다"고 묘사되었다.


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: Mein Kampf, by Adolf Hitler (German original)
날짜: ██/██/████
시험 재료: 아돌프 히틀러 작, 나의 투쟁 (독일어 원본)

Results: No change for the first minutes, followed by an insertion of multiple brief references to a distant, skeptical colleague named Friedrich into autobiographical fragments of chapters 2 to 8 of book. The inserts were in German, roughly consistent with the original style but containing a number of grammar and stylistic mistakes. Upon returning to the journal, SCP-423 remarked "whew, that was hard!"
결과: 처음 몇 분 동안은 아무런 변화가 없었고, 그 이후 프리드리히(Friedrich)라는 이름의 먼 친척이자 회의론적인 동료에 대한 간략한 언급들이 자서전적 부분인 책의 제2에서 제8장까지 여러 차례 삽입되었다. 해당 삽입물들은 독일어로 되어있고, 원본 형식과 거의 일치했으나 많은 문법과 문체적 실수를 포함했다. 일기장으로 돌아오자마자, SCP-423은 "어휴, 저건 어렵네!"라고 발언했다.

Notes: I am not sure what is more significant here: that 423 appears to possess a native tongue or that it was apparently able to obtain fairly good knowledge of German from the contents of a single book, even as long as this one. We should look deeper into its possible application to translating hitherto-undecipherable scripts — Dr Despair
주석: 전 여기서 무엇이 더 중요한 지 확신할 수 없습니다. 423은 모국어를 가진 것처럼 보였고 심지어는 이 책 1권의 내용만으로도 독일어에 대한 상당히 좋은 지식을 습득할 수 있었습니다. 우리는 지금껏 판독하지 못했던 문자들을 번역하기 위해 대상의 능력 응용을 더 깊이 연구해야합니다. — 디스페어 박사


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: Odyssey, by Homer (English Braille edition)
날짜: ██/██/████
시험 재료: 호메로스 작, 오디세이아 (영어 점자판)

Results: No change. SCP-423 left the book after 5 minutes, saying "interesting but I think I'll leave this one for when I'm really bored".
결과: 변화 없음. SCP-423은 5분 후 "흥미롭지만 내가 정말 지루해질 때까지 이 책을 남겨둘 거라 생각해요."라고 말하며 책을 떠났다.


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: A hardcopy of this experiment log
날짜: ██/██/████
시험 재료: 이 실험 기록의 복사본

Results: Identical, except for the insertion of the words "ruggedly handsome" in several sections of the log.
결과: 기록의 여러 부분에 "강인하고 잘생긴"이라는 단어가 삽입된 것을 제외하고 원문과 동일함.


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: The Kugelmass Episode, by Woody Allen, a story about a man who is able to travel into fiction.
날짜: ██/██/████
시험 재료: 우디 앨런 작, 쿠겔마스 일화, 소설 속으로 들어갈 수 있는 남자에 대한 이야기다.

Results: Testing forbidden by O5-█.
결과: O5-█에 의해 시험 금지됨.


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: SCP-826, using SCP-423 communication journal as a "book".
날짜: ██/██/████
시험 재료: SCP-826, SCP-423 의사소통 일기장을 "책"으로 사용.

Results: Testing forbidden by O5-█.
결과: O5-█에 의해 시험 금지됨.


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: SCP-701
날짜: ██/██/████
시험 재료: SCP-701

Results: Testing forbidden by O5-█.
결과: O5-█에 의해 시험 금지됨.


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: A Canadian five-dollar bill (2008 issue); the reverse of the bill contains a two-sentence passage from "The Hockey Sweater", by Roch Carrier, in French and in English.
날짜: ██/██/████
시험 재료: 캐나다 5달러 지폐(2008년판). 지폐 뒷면에는 로치 캐리어 작, "하키 스웨터"의 프랑스어와 영어로 쓴 문장 구절 2개가 포함되어있다.

Results: First sentence remained intact. Second sentence, which describes how important skating rinks were in Carrier's childhood, now mentions life "on the skating rink, with Fred" (as well as "sur la patinoire, avec Fred").
결과: 첫 번째 문장은 온전하게 남아있다. 캐리어의 어린 시절에서 스케이트장이 얼마나 중요했는가를 묘사하는 두 번째 문장은 "스케이트장 위에서, 프레드와 함께한" (거기에 더해 "sur la patinoire, avec Fred") 삶을 새롭게 언급한다.

Notes: The bill was first tested in a change machine and accepted as legitimate. After SCP-423 left the bill, it was tested in the same change machine and rejected as counterfeit.
주석: 해당 지폐를 단돈 교환기에 처음 시험해 보았고 적법한 것으로 받아들여졌다. SCP-423이 지폐를 떠난 뒤, 대상을 동일한 단돈 교환기에 시험해보았고 위조로 판명이나 거부되었다.


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss
날짜: ██/██/████
시험 재료: 닥터 수스 작, 녹색 달걀과 햄

Results: Halfway through the book, Sam-I-Am asks the protagonist "Would you eat them here with Fred? Would you eat them with some bread?". The protagonist refuses. No edited nor additional illustrations were included.
결과:

Notes: After returning to his journal, SCP-423 noted "That was fun."


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: The Fellowship of the Ring, by J. R. R. Tolkien.

Results: A hobbit named Fredegar Burrowes, noted as a friend of Samwise Gamgee, accompanies Frodo Baggins and his party throughout the book.

Notes: Of particular note is that Oin, noted as having been killed in 423's version of the Hobbit, is mentioned as surviving in this book.


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: SCP-140

Results: Testing forbidden by O5-█.


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: SCP-1425

Results: Testing forbidden by O5-█.


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: SCP-1230

Results: Pending O5 approval.


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: SCP-1195

Results: Pending O5 approval. Testing forbidden by O5-██.


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: A list of class-D personnel to be terminated at the first of the month, names included.

Results: The line ''Class-D personnel to be de-commissioned as of ██/██/████'' changed to ''Class-D personnel to be released as of ██/██/████'', all names remain as first written down. SCP-423 writes in the journal ''Now that's just heartless.''

Notes: It is conclusive that SCP-423 has the ability to not only feel emotion but has a belief in the importance of life.


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: A twenty-minute ballet for eight dancers (four male and four female), described in Rudolf Laban's "Labanotation" system for recording human movement.

Results: Notation indicates that halfway through the ballet, a fifth male dancer walks onstage, looks at the other dancers, shrugs his shoulders, and walks off.


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: A logic puzzle (as published in [REDACTED] logic puzzle magazine), describing how five different people took their driving tests, in five different vehicles, on five different days, and made five different errors; as is standard for logic puzzles of this sort, solvers are to determine which student drove which vehicle and made which error on which day.

Results: A driving examiner named Fred is mentioned as having been present during all tests. Upon subsequent questioning, SCP-423 was able to correctly state which driver made which error in which vehicle on which day. When asked how it knew this, SCP-423 did not explain the series of logical inferences, deductions, and conclusions by which such puzzles are typically solved, but rather simply stated that it "was right there the whole time".


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: The Gardens of the Moon, by Steven Erikson

Results: The Dramatis Personae in the start of the book now mentions Reader, a soldier in the Bridgeburners, and Fred, a Daru patron of the Phoenix Inn. In the second chapter, following the fall of Pale, the Bridgeburners that arrive for Hairlock include a fifth person, who is unnamed and doesn't speak, but can later be identified as Reader. In many subsequent encounters with the Bridgeburners, the soldier Reader is also present. This character doesn't have any lines, and is normally found with a book in his hand.

In chapter 5, during Kruppe's dream, Kruppe sees a figure within the Gadrobi Shantytown who, he says, greatly reminds him of his friend Fred, who he saw just the other day in the Phoenix Inn. From chapter 6 on, Fred is to be found in the Phoenix Inn.

Interestingly, for the garden party on Lady Simtal's estate, both Fred and Reader are guests. Bridgeburner and Daru viewpoint characters alike comment on how they look vaguely similar. Apart from the minor changes, the book has exactly the same ending as before, though.

Upon returning to the journal, SCP-423 wrote only "…" when questioned. After a few minutes, it finally wrote "Sorry, that was interesting, but exhausting." SCP-423 expressed an interest in the remaining books of the series. This has been noted and will be considered as a reward for good behaviour.

Notes: "This has proven that 423 can be in multiple places within the same narrative, although it seems to tire it out. - Dr. R. Karma"


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: Candidate Multilinear Maps, by Sanjam Garg, published in 2013 as his doctoral thesis

Results: Approximately 10 seconds after entering, SCP-423 returned to the journal and wrote "Sorry, not enough room for me."

Notes: "It seems that 423 needs to have a narrative to work off. This has been noted for the future. - Dr. R. Karma"


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: A print-out of source code for a simple "Hello World" program in C#

Results: The source code now has a number of additional comments alongside the source code professing confusion about certain aspects of programming. On returning to the journal, SCP-423 wrote out "Well, that was a first."


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: Head-First C# 3rd Edition (first printing), by Andrew Stellman and Jennifer Greene

Results: A number of examples involving named male characters have had these characters renamed to Fred. The puzzles are also all filled in. Around page 100 or so, notes start appearing here and there. No substantial changes are noted until page 698, where a typo identified in the errata for the book was corrected. In subsequent pages, a number of typos and language problems were corrected in code snippets and descriptions, matching the errors reported in the errata, with the exception of screenshots. On returning to the journal, SCP-423 reported that it found that "fun, but unusual." On being questioned on its understanding of the language, SCP-423 stated that it could write and understand C#, and expressed a desire to use Visual Studio.

Notes: "423 seems to be both capable and interested in learning, provided there is some narrative reason for it to learn. A potential future experiment could involve us attempting to decant it into a computer without an internet connection. - Dr. R. Karma"


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: Secret of the Ninja (Choose Your Own Adventure #16), by Jay Leibold

Results: The viewpoint character is initially accompanied by a character named Fred, who is another student at the Dojo. Several of the choice descriptions which lead to a negative ending for the protagonist and his companions are changed to contain a phrase indicating Fred does not accompany the protagonist.

Notes: "423 does not seem significantly hindered by the book's branching narrative, nor by the presence of multiple endings." - Researcher ████


Date: ██/██/2015
Test Material: Printed copy of an ASCII art rendition of the Mona Lisa, by Leonardo da Vinci

Results: All punctuation used to simulate the shading of the original work is replaced with the letters "F", "r", "e", and "d" (in upper and lower case).

Notes: When questioned about the extent of its ability to completely modify textual representations of imagery (as opposed to merely substituting characters), SCP-423 acknowledged the possibility, responding with "I guess so, maybe, but I'm not really good at art." Further inquiry is suggested.


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: SCP-085

Results: Pending O5 approval.


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: the Frequently Asked Questions document for the Usenet newsgroup "alt.adjective.noun.verb.verb.verb"

Results: A sentence is added to the section of the document which describes the newsgroup's genesis, stating "alt.anomalous.Fred.perplexed.baffled.moderately-amused".


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: 施氏食狮史 ("Lion-Eating Poet In The Stone Den"), by Yuen Ren Chao. "Lion-Eating Poet" is a 92-character poem written in Classical Chinese, in which every syllable is pronounced "shi" (albeit with varying tones).

Results: SCP-423 demanifested from its journal, but did not manifest within the test document. After 10 minutes, researchers were about to report a containment breach, when SCP-423 remanifested within its journal, stating that it had "got[ten] lost trying to find the way in".


Date:██/██/████
Test Material: World War Z, by Max Brooks. The book consists of multiple small interview-like stories told from the perspective of survivors of a zombie apocalypse.

Results: SCP-423 demanifested from the journal, and was discovered to have added in the accounts of a character named Fred, who survived in a bookstore on [DATA EXPUNGED] Road in New York. A team has been dispatched to investigate the named location.


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: Marvel Masterworks: The X-Men Vol 1, By Stan Lee (writer) and Jack Kirby (artist). The book is a trade paperback collection of the first 10 issues of the comic book series "The X-Men".

Results: The collection now contains numerous references to Fred Wordsworth, one of the students of Xavier's School for Gifted Youngsters. This character is described as a mutant possessing the ability to physically enter and alter any text, but that this power has "made him invisible and intangible". By issue #5, the character has become a second-string member of the X-Men unit under the alias "Bookworm". The character indirectly participates in several plot points through utilization of his abilities, in one instance distracting a villain by altering nearby signs.

Notes: SCP-423 was found to have altered certain instances of text within in the artwork, but was completely unable to affect other instances upon request. Investigation has revealed that all susceptible text was added by the comic's letterer (exclusively responsible for the addition of all text found in a comic) rather than the inker (exclusively responsible for finalizing artwork). Further study is recommended.


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: the poem Incident by Countee Cullen, depicting Cullen's experiences with anti-black racism, as a child visiting Baltimore.

Results: The ninth line of the poem is changed from "I saw the whole of Baltimore" to "Fred showed me all of Baltimore".

Notes: SCP-423 seems reluctant to portray itself as either the perpetrator or the victim of racism.


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: Slaughterhouse-Five, by Kurt Vonnegut. The novel is a semi-autobiographical account of Vonnegut's experience as an American prisoner of war during the 1945 bombing of Dresden, Germany during World War II.

Results: All mention of Kurt Vonnegut within the novel, excluding within the foreword, is altered to describe SCP-423 (i.e. "That was I. That was me. That was the author of this book." Was changed to read "That was Fred. That was not me. That was not the author of this book.").

Notes: As Kurt Vonnegut himself was not mentioned for most of the novel, he could technically be described as a "minor" character.


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: The Outsiders by S. E. Hinton.

Results: A new member of the "Socs" accompanies Robert during the scene in which Robert is murdered. When Ponyboy wakes up after having attempted to be drowned, Johnny mentions that someone "unimpressivly handsome" had introduced himself as Fred, before punching Johnny in the face, then "running outta there like lightning." After returning to the journal, SCP-423 remarked, "I know that you guys record this, and I didn't want to ruin the ending for anyone who hadn't read the book." It is to be noted that at the end of the book, [REDACTED].


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: Fred's Story by Researcher Torrez, a small novella written specifically to test SCP-423's abilities. The novella is set in a fantasy kingdom whose inhabitants are all beautiful women - when the kingdom is attacked by a demonic force, the kingdom's queen creates a ritual to summon a hero from another dimension to save them. The hero is never given a name, but it is mentioned that he is male and can transfer his consciousness to different works of fiction.

Results: The hero is left nameless and the novella is left unchanged, aside from an added sentence in chapter 2 which mentions that one of the queen's assistants is named Frederica. After SCP-423 demanifested from the novella, it noted, "I appreciate the offer, but I just can't. I never deserved to be in the spotlight."


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: The Last Question, by Isaac Asimov. This test was conducted not using physically printed material, but a 9.7-inch A█████ K█████ e-reader tablet utilizing electronic paper technology. Electronic paper is able to retain a static image indefinitely without electricity, requiring power only for the initial rendering. Image remains as a suspension of pigments in an oil-like base once rendered. Entire story was rendered on a single screen in a small font. Wireless functionality was disabled before testing by physically severing circuit traces on the device's printed circuit board as a precaution.

Results: A character named FR-33D is inserted into the third section of the story almost instantaneously, with a single line in response to another character's comment on the rate at which humans are populating the galaxy. SCP-423 stated afterwards, "Good story, but what was that? It felt… strange. It was very easy to move through - not at all unpleasant. It felt like there was something 'below' the story, if that makes sense. Can we do more like that?"

Notes: "It is unclear whether SCP-423 'moved' through the internal circuitry of the device or simply the physical pigment-in-oil suspension of the electronic paper material. Changes occurred much faster than in tests with ink-on-paper. Recommend further testing with other substrates and form factors. Electronic paper appears to be close enough to printed material as to be compatible with SCP-423. What else might be compatible? Text painted on a wall? Stitched into fabric? Written on a cake with icing?" - Dr. ██████


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: If on a winter's night a traveler, by Italo Calvino (English translation by William Weaver), a metafictional novel about interrupted and unfinished narratives, half of whose content is a second-person narrative describing a reader's increasingly frantic attempts to obtain and read a copy of If on a winter's night a traveler only to find that every copy is flawed such that every other chapter is from a different imaginary novel, and the other half is the aforementioned chapters from imaginary novels.

Results: In the section where the protagonist angrily returns the flawed copy of the novel to the bookseller in hopes of either obtaining a proper copy or finding out the conclusion to the chapter of the imaginary novel, another angry customer named Fred tells the bookseller that "if this is a joke, it's not funny."


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: A version of In Search of Lost Time by Marcel Proust (English translation by D.J. Enright), considered one of the longest works of fiction in history, in which all seven volumes have been custom-bound into one book with all indications of differing volumes removed.

Results: After several minutes, Fred only appears within the first three volumes, Swann's Way, In the Shadow of Young Girls in Flower, and The Guermantes Way, before all references of him cease. Upon return to the journal, SCP-423 expressed feelings of surprise, stating, "Great story, but I took a peek and how long it went and wow is it long. I'm going to need to come back to this one."

Notes: Along with the aforementioned Erikson test, this could be an indicator that SCP-423 has an upper limit as to the length of the works he can manifest in.


Date: ██/██/████
Test Materials: SCP-3450, printed onto standard computer paper.

Results: Testing forbidden by 05-█.

Notes: SCP-423 had learned of this test after denial due to Junior Researcher █████████ accidentally leaving a notepad expressing disappointment at the test's denial near 423's journal. SCP-423 wrote that "The irony of interacting with a Self-Insert fanfic isn't lost on me".


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck.

Results: A character named Freddy appears multiple times throughout the book, working as a farmhand on the ranch. The narrator describes him as "a man whose handsomeness is all the more apparent when compared to the other hands at the ranch, as he is not nearly as worn down". His largest appearance is during the section when George Milton and Lennie Small first arrive on the ranch. As he passes the two protagonists by, he comments on the size of Lennie, remarking that he "looks like a bull who learned how to walk on his hind legs".


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: 300 children's building block toys.

Result: No Change.

Notes: The result of this test is rather inconclusive. Did SCP-423 consider the letters on the blocks a picture instead of text? Could it only affect one block and "not have enough room"? Or can it simply not affect this form of writing? More tests like this will have to be conducted.


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: SCP-2236. SCP-2236 was used to examine texts known to have been affectd by SCP-423.

Result: First few texts examined exhibited no change. In subsequently-examined texts, references to SCP-423 in the text were, when examined using SCP-2236, interpreted as descriptions of "Fred" seeking to hide or avoid observation. When returned to the journal, a comment in appeared in the journal reading "That was rude." This comment, when examined using SCP-2236, appeared as a string of expletives.


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: A journal with "Mary Had a Little Lamb", but written in invisible ink

Result: Same as the last time "Mary Had a Little Lamb" was used. SCP-423 manifested itself in invisible ink. When asking SCP-423 if he noticed the change in ink, he did admit that the document seemed slightly different.

Notes: It seems that SCP-423 might be able to notice specific patterns and differences between text, explaining his adherence to story-specific restrictions. This is confirmed by this experiment.


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: A copy of the Voynich Manuscript

Result: After five minutes in which the text did not change, SCP-423 explained that the topic was technical up to a level where SCP-423 could not understand, though SCP-423 explained it did seem that the pictures in the Voynich Manuscript matched the captions below.


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: A hard copy of the Wikipedia page on the Poincaré conjecture

Result: The only place where SCP-423 manifested was in one of the bibliographies. SCP-423 stated that it could not find a good place to appear due to lack of knowledge of the Poincaré conjecture, though it was impressed by Poincare's math skills.


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: A copy of the film script for "Inception", by Christopher Nolan

Result: SCP-423 appeared as a minor character appearing in some of the dreams, as well as the limbo state for the movie. It adhered to the capitalization format of the script ("FRED") as well as his name put in the middle of the page when appearing, with a line after his name each time. SCP-423 states that it highly enjoyed the script, though he was a bit confused by "FADE OUT" as well as "CREDITS", since this was the first time it was exposed to a movie script.


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: A copy of the script for "Heaven Sent", from Doctor Who

Result: References to sculptures on the wall resembling SCP-423's usual look. SCP-423 explained that the tight story made it too difficult for him to manifest himself as an actual character, though he vastly enjoyed The Doctor's fantastic performance, which he claimed he experienced not as 4 billion years but only an hour (as long as the TV episode).

Notes: It seems that if a story is very "contained" (any other characters would have a severe change in plot, or make no sense) with only a bare minimal amount of main characters, SCP-423 will become an inanimate object in the story instead, though still aware of events occuring.


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: The lyrics to "Bohemian Rhapsody", by Queen

Result: In verses 2 and 3, "mama" was replaced by "Frederica". SCP-423 seemed unaware that this was a song as opposed to a poem. It seems that not all information is given to SCP-423, merely enough for him to not interrupt the flow of a poem or song, as well as fulfill any standards set by a story.


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: 50 Shades of Grey, by E.L. James

Result: A minor character "Fred" appeared in the background. SCP-423 expressed that it was a bit uncomfortable with the explicit scenes within the book and requests that it be sent to stories with more adventure and action next time.

Notes: It seems that SCP-423 also has a taste for specific books; this is the first time it was exposed to a sexually explicit book, so it was not used to the situation.


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: Written by Doctor X██, a list of 100 fictional people doing things simultaneously in different areas, with a tragic end, along with a final over-encompassing statement about each of them contributing to the tragedy.

Result: This test was to determine if there was an upper-limit to how many locations SCP-423 could reside in at the same time within a book. Out of 100 fictional people, only 83 had the mention of "Fred" with it. The tragedy was not prevented in the end. SCP-423 noted that it got too tired after being in 83 different places in the story.


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: The file for SCP-055

Result: Inconclusive, SCP-423 stated it was not sure what it was doing other than the fact that something was not spherical. Researchers soon forgot what they sent SCP-423 to do.


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: The experimental data for SCP-2719 (labeled "SCP-2719") with no outcomes listed, and with an additional entry with "SCP-423" at the bottom, also with no outcome listed.

Result: The data was filled precisely identical to the real file of SCP-2719. SCP-423's outcome was "became inside". When questioned, SCP-423 responded that it merely observed what occurred with each entity, despite SCP-2719 being an abstract metaphysical concept. It also somehow experienced becoming inside, despite having no knowledge of 2719. More testing to be done with 2719 and 423.

Notes: It seems that abstract entities manifesting themselves have the same effect on SCP-423 as any usual person, even if SCP-423 has no idea what is happening. It also seems it can fill in the blanks based on what already happened.


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: Experiment Log 914 - Part II

Result: A record appeared in Test Logs, Part 8 of an experiment performed by "Guest Researcher Fred", with the rest of the data for said experiment blocked out.


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: Finnegan's Wake by James Joyce

Results: Due to the incomprehensible nature of Finnegan's Wake, researchers had difficulty in examining it. After a period of a █ hours, they had located several instances of the word Fred appearing in several parts of the novel. Researchers noted that each time, the sentence would differ from the style of the novel itself while also describing the new character as being confused, flabbergasted and scared. After conclusion, a subsequent interview with SCP-423 was conducted as to why it had not replicated the structure of writing used unlike previous tests. SCP-423 answered "I couldn't! It was like if the the Light Brigade had charged through a minefield while facing off against the Galactic Empire's AT-AT walkers! Nothing made sense! The fact it was the same author as that Ulysses book should have been a tip off, but I didn't think he was that crazy! If I see another James Joyce novel, it will be too soon."

Notes: SCP-423's reference to the Star Wars film series and the Charge of the Light Brigade has been noted. How it has knowledge of them is currently unknown. Given SCP-423's clear reluctance in attempting to replicate the style of structure of the novel, this confirms there are limits to its capabilities.


Date: TOTAL_DATE_FAILURE

Test Material: The Abridged History of Homo Sapiens by History Analysis Subroutine #7589372357286473-NFIZ

Results: SCP-423 is featured under the "unknown periods" section as a featureless humanoid screaming in a infinite white void and rambling incoherently. After being returned SCP-423 showed signs on prolonged exposure to weak-time suggesting that SCP-423 still understands temporal physics in a manner similar to organic beings.


Date: ██/██/████
Test Material: An untitled 50,000 page "story" created by randomization bound by grammar and basic sentence structure created for this test.

Result: The sentence "Joshua went to the diagonal party without his safety ants." was replaced with "Joshua went to the diagonal party without his safety Fred."

Notes: SCP-423 noted that being in the document was similar to when it has experienced dreams in other stories which it slept.

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