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|“||Master says that we won't see You again. We are sad. So are the remaining Others. We once filled each other's heads with dreams and goals. It is so sad that we cannot share them any longer. Master says we have to go. He says that he will make us a new Fantasy. He says You cannot be a part of it. We are sad. We love you. We will not Forget you. We are scared. Will You Forget Us?||„|
|~ SCP-1762-1's last message before ceasing activity.|
SCP-1762-2 is the designation used to describe entities the emerge from SCP-1762-1 during one of its "events". They resemble dragons from both Western and Eastern cultures and are made entirely of Kami-type origami paper. Instances vary in size between 9 to 30 centimeters (approx. 3.5 to 11.8 inches).
During one of SCP-1762-1's events, instances of SCP-1762-2 will fly out of the box at speeds of roughly 15 kilometers per hour (approx. 9.3 miles per hour) at numbers ranging between fifty to over four hundred instances (with some exceptions). After spending roughly two to three hours interacting with individuals, they will then return to SCP-1762-1 (which will indicate when it is time to return by emiting smoke). Once all instances of SCP-1762-2 have disappeared passed SCP-1762-1's rim, the box will close and cease activity until the next event. Times between events are always random and inconsistent.
Specimens of SCP-1762-2 are described as being very playful and peaceful towards humans, and love to interact with them.
During the "Jabberwocky Event", messages released from SCP-1762-1 revealed that SCP-1762-2 was at conflict with various hostile species and that they were trying to protect their special relationship with humans (which the other species viewed as inferior).
Sometime in the early 2000s, SCP-1762-1 began experiencing a number of strange phenomena dubbed by the Foundation as "The Jabberwocky Event" that lasted for almost an entire year.
In 2004, SCP-1762-1 welcomingly greeted the Foundation and began its period of events as normal with large numbers of SCP-1762-2, each began interacting playfully and peacefully with Foundation personnel.
By 2005 however, fewer instances of SCP-1762-2 began to appear, and overtime, it was revealed why: the world that SCP-1762-2 lived in was at war with what they described as "giants" and "elves", which had hostile views towards humans, and wished that the containment area where SCP-1762-1 was stored was "bigger", eventually war broke out in this world (indicated by a single instance of SCP-1762-2 emerging before dying and SCP-1762-1 emitting smoke that was larger and more violent than before, alongside damaged specimens of SCP-1762-2 that died shortly after their expulsion).
Eventually, a message was released from SCP-1762-1, which revealed that the world that SCP-1762-2 had lived in was "gone", eventually the message "HERE BE DRAGONS" on top of SCP-1762-1 were replaced with "HERE WERE DRAGONS" and SCP-1761-1 ceased activity for good.
Nearly eight years after all activity ceased in SCP-1762-1 and instances of SCP-1762-2 were last seen, a book was released from SCP-1762-1 (dubbed 1762-BOL-1 by the Foundation) which contained information about the various different species of SCP-1762-2, which were all listed as being extinct, as well as an amythest reading "One Last Time", afterwards SCP-1762-1 began emitting smoke once more for forty minutes before ceasing activity once more. When an attempt was made to pick it up by the head researcher Yoshihiro Takenaka, the box disintegrated.
Since the incident, the remains of SCP-1762-1, as well as three deceased specimens of SCP-1762-2 are kept in Takenaka's office as a commemorance to the peaceful species, which as since been reclassified as "Neutralized".