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|“||It's just so boring, you know? Like there's a thousand other people named 'John' within a hundred feet of you, wherever you go. And I've just, never really liked the idea of being boring.||„|
|~ SCP-507 when referring to his name from "Dimensions 2, 3, and Onward".|
|“||I'm the only one who knows…
I'm the only one who understands…
I'm the only one who can figure all this out…
The Doctors of my world…they think they're so clever…
But… they know nothing…NOTHING…
And I can never tell them…about the others…
They wouldn't…believe me…
They think they're the only ones…
But they're not…
My…world's Foundation still only has 191 SCPs in containment…
There are more out there…
|~ Alternate SCP-507 before dying from a gun wound from "Little SCP-507 Lost".|
SCP-507, known under the alias the "Reluctant Dimension Hopper" (among others), is a prominent character in the SCP Foundation Mythos. He is a Safe-class human anomaly capable of interdimensional travel which he cannot control and currently contained within the Foundation.
SCP-507 is a Caucasian male with blond hair and green eyes. Despite being morbidly obese and speaking in a disreputable accent, he generally fits the description of a normal human being at first sight.
Powers and Abilities
SCP-507's property was initially believed to be that of basic teleportation, as witnesses following its containment described him suddenly disappearing and then reappearing at a different spot sometime later. When questioned about this property however, SCP-507 has noted that while his property could more-or-less be used in that manner, it was more of a "side effect".
SCP-507's actual property however involves him suddenly displacing himself from the current reality, only to appear within an alternate reality. SCP-507 describes these alternate realities as having the same landscape, but different inhabitants and climate the actual reality. SCP-507 also mentions that he has no control over when this property occurs, noting that it can occur at the most unexpected times, such as while in the middle of a conversation, while sleeping, or even while using a restroom within the Foundation facility it is contained within. When he is about to shift to a different reality he experiences a headache accompanied with hallucinations of colors.
Due to the unpredictability of SCP-507's property, he is often allowed to roam the facility he is contained within freely, although he has to be accompanied by an agent in the event one of his dimensional shifts occurs, that way, the Foundation is aware of whenever it happens. A tracking device is implanted on him to allow the Foundation to find his location following his return to the current reality, where he is required to return to the facility within a certain amount of time.
When the SCP Foundation examined the body of SCP-507-A, an alternate version of 507 who arrived to the main universe and was killed by the Foundation, they found that 507's properties are not of biological basis, and even dead he would be transported to different realities along with his severed body parts.
SCP-507, as his alias suggests, is very reluctant about his property, often seeing it more as a curse rather than a blessing. When traveling to alternate realities, he often becomes notably anxious and afraid due to the fact that he is within an unfamiliar area, which could potentially be dangerous.
SCP-507 describes himself as having a fascination in the paranormal and mythological. Due to this, he was eventually granted clearance to interact with the more harmless SCP's within the Foundation. In one case, he grew so attached to SCP-082 that he asked the Foundation if he "could take a vacation there", which the Foundation eventually approved of.
He also appeared to form a friendship with SCP-076-2, as they began playing a fifty-round game of tic-tac-toe before the Foundation disapproved of this.
SCP-507 was contained following reports that of an individual repeatedly escaping from an unnamed asylum as witnesses described seeing bright flashes of light before noticing that SCP-507 was missing. Following these reports, the SCP Foundation eventually contained SCP-507 under the designation that he was "being moved to a more secure facility".
In one case of his dimensional shifts while under the Foundation's containment, SCP-507 traveled to a particular alternate reality thrice:
In the first trip, SCP-507 described the place as being shrouded in complete darkness. After wondering around awhile, he began to hear a strange breathing sound within close proximity, causing him to panic and curl up in fear, before suddenly returning to the current reality. Following this incident, SCP-507 now carries a flashlight at all times.
In the second trip, SCP-507 returned to find the breathing noise had returned. When he activated his flashlight to discover the breathing's origin, he found himself face-to-face with a man resembling a Men in Black agent, wearing a black business suit and black sunglasses. SCP-507 described the man as having an unnaturally wide smile, and that he was leaning in towards SCP-507. Upon nearly touching him, the "Smiling Man" remarked "Back so soon?". Frightened, SCP-507 switched off his flashlight and began firing a handgun he acquired after a prior dimensional shift until he consumed all the ammo; he then curled in fear just like the previous trip before returning once more to the current reality.
In the third trip, SCP-507 arrived in pitch black darkness, with the sound of crying nearby. Upon activating his flashlight, he discovered the "Smiling Man" leaning towards him. Brown liquid leaked from around its sunglasses. The Smiling Man pushed its face closer to subject's and uttered the phrase, "Why did you do this?" The Smiling Man then wiped off a portion of the brown liquid from its eyes with its hand and began caressing 507's cheek with it. 507 forcefully pushed the Smiling Man away. He observed that the Smiling Man's business suit contained several holes, with brown liquid trailing down from them. He drew his firearm and pulled the trigger; however, for unknown reasons, the pistol did not fire. The Smiling Man began slowly walking towards 507. He ran for approximately 10 minutes and spent the rest of the shift huddled in a corner. After returning home, a human heart with the words "I NEED YOU" written with the mysterious brown liquid was discovered in his hand. 507 claimed that the object was not in his possession during the shift and did not know how it came into his possession. He later asked for a more reliable pistol, but it was rejected since they didn't know what caused the gun to misfire in the first place.
Little SCP-507 Lost
As 507 began going through different realities, he noticed that each reality had anomalies and Foundation personnel. In one universe he found himself inside a child's room where he found some children playing an RPG game which was about a fictionalized version of the Foundation and their contained anomalies. Before he could engage in a conversation with them, he was transported again inside the house of a man named Robert who was living in a imaginary world of the SCP Foundation. 507 then quickly tried to see if there were any anomalies nearby, but was shot by Robert who thought of himself as Dr. Clef. At that moment 507 again was transported to yet another reality. In this reality the world was in a post-apocalyptic state with multiple anomalies roaming around. Upon arriving, he was immediately captured by a tribe formed from the remnants of the Foundation and was put inside an interrogation room where the leader Dmitri Strelnikov demanded to know from what other tribe he came from. However, 507 refused to give a response and teleported away, leaving Strelnikov concerned. As 507 arrived to yet another reality, he seemingly succumbed to his injuries.
When 507 returned from an alternate dimension with some unknown metal, he found himself inside SCP-343's chamber. 507 blamed 343 for his condition, but the latter tried to reason with him and tell him that they weren't enemies, 507 refused to hear him and teleported away and back into his own chamber, having gain control over his power. Upon returning to his chamber, a researcher came with excuse to interview him, but in reality they were both moles for the Church of the Broken God and this interview was in fact a farce for 507 to give the researcher the metal which he would use to feed SCP-882. However, 343 caught notice of this and faced 507 in his chamber, demanding to know what he had done. 507 attempted to teleport away, but 343 used his powers to teleport the dimension hopper back to him and as he refused to talk 343 killed him.
Person of Interest File #2273/01
After the Foundation was forced to become public around 2004, SCP-507 was one of the many safe humanoid anomalies who were released. One time, he published an autobiography about his time under Foundation custody, with SCP-2273 buying a copy to read. Eventually after several years, SCP-507 would die under undisclosed circumstances.
Day Trip/A Spin Around The Library
While reading a book, 507 was transported to the dimension of the Wanderer's Library. Upon arriving he fell on a road where a native dinosaur-like entity picked him up by using its mouth to grab 507's shirt since he was about to be ran over by a car, but 507 misinterpreted as an attack and fled. He accidentally trespassed to a wild area where he was attacked by feral creatures, but thankfully was saved by a local park ranger who took 507 out of the area and directed him towards a town near the Library.
Making his way towards the town, 507 encountered various natives, one of which told him that if he needed to get something to eat then he should enter the Library. 507 decided to enter the Library but as soon as he entered he accidentally stepped on a cat-like wanderer's tail, causing one of the Librarians, Rounderpede, to be careful and finish his job at the Library quickly. 507 then met an octopus-like telepathic entity who offered him to use its coupons to share some soup at one of the Library's cafeterias. As they were about to eat the entity inquired 507 on his confusion over the Foundation. 507 told the entity that the Foundation was necessary to protect people from dangerous anomalies, but the entity argued that 507 wasn't dangerous and he shouldn't be kept imprisoned. However, 507 responsed that he could be a danger to people and no one really cared about, leaving the entity to tell him that if he wanted he could ask them to help him in his problems, but before they could keep talking 507 teleported back to the Foundation. After being interviewed on his latest trip, 507 realized that the Foundation, unlike the Wanderer's Library's natives, were uncaring, and so after another interdimensional trip he completely left the organization with possible help from the Librarians.
Eventually, the Foundation officially employed SCP-507, becoming Junior Researcher Thomas Yaltz. After discovering SCP-5775, an Ortothan spaceship previously used by the Soviets and was now disguised as Mars' moon Deimos, SCP-507 volunteered to take part of the planned expedition to explore the spaceship. His request was approved and he, alongside Head Researcher Dr. Naomi Lyons, Dr. Regina Beale, Agent Jonathan Bell and Agent Helen Troy, who acted as 507's handler, arrived to the spaceship through SCP-5775-1, and upon entering it found out that most of the crew had been killed by some creature. During the exploration they came across a few survivors, Aleksandr Voyich, Vladamir Smirnov and Anatoly Kuznetsov, but when further exploring the spaceship they discovered the real Voyich's corpse leading to the impostor revealing itself to be the shapeshifting monster responsible for the slaughter of the crew and proceeded to kill both Agent Bell and Kuznetsov before attacking Lyons. As the remaining personnel refused to let the creature alive SCP-507 decided to remain behind in order to blow up the hangar while the rest escaped, since he would simply be teleported to another dimension. As both Beale and Smirnov escaped through SCP-5775-1, Troy also decided to remain behind since she was his handler and before teleporting to another dimension exploded the hangar, possibly killing the shapeshifting creature. Nine days later 507 and Troy returned back to their home reality in Waco, Texas with no injuries and were subsequently picked up by the Foundation.
As SCP-6277, a phenomenon which causes people to see in their reflections their dead loved ones supporting them during critical moments in their lives, began spreading due to some threat coming to the universe, O5-9 who made a deal with one of the entities originating from the universe seen in SCP-6277, got hold of 507 due to him being secretly possessed by an interdimensional entity. After O5-9 spoke the threat's name to 507, it caused the entity residing within him to awaken. It proceeded to explain to the Overseer how it witnessed countless realities being destroyed by the threat and had tried to warn the inhabitants of it, becoming known as the Harbinger. Then, as part of O5-9's deal with the mirror entity, the Harbinger helped the entity escape its own doomed universe by taking possession of D-1989, before going back to sleep and allowing 507 to take back control of his body.
- It has been mentioned that two other versions of him encountered the Smiling Man as well, suggesting a possible connection between the Smiling Man and 507.
- It is theorized that the Smiling Man is a twisted form of either Agent LeFerrier, a mysterious Foundation personnel who was affected by SCP-2728 and SCP-2729, and was classified as URA-1902, or his doppelganger who was created as a result of 2728.
- The Smiling Man was also referenced in SCP-2853, SCP-4525 and in the tale "The Stars Do Not Wait For You".
- Pudding is also a recurring theme in his travels. He got really into pudding after a visit to a dimension where there were vegetables that screamed when you ate them and a giant mound of pudding respectively.
- He then completely avoids pudding after traveling to another dimension and experiencing some [DATA EXPUNGED], causing him to return much, much fatter.
- There is a similar SCP known as SCP-4799, an interdimensional group of smugglers from different universes lead by SCP-4799-1, also known as Shock. This group uses advanced technology to travel through the Multiverse to steal valuable stuff. Their way of travel is similar to that of 507, but any connection between the SCPs is unknown.
- The main universe in which SCP-507 originates from is either named "5802-Sigma-Blue-Romeo" from "Experiment Log T-98816-OC108/682", "XJU-034-IQ1" from SCP-1985, or "B-2004-β" from SCP-4223.
- In the "Yggdrasil's Surveyor" continuity in which the Serpent's Hand lost the Ways to travel to other universes, they rescue 507 from the asylum before the Foundation and is employed as their agent in order to help them regarding interdimensional travel.
- In the "Broken Masquerade" continuity SCP-507 published a biography book detailing his life under the Foundation custody.
- When the Foundation used SCP-978 to take a photo of 507, the photo it produced showed him as a personnel of the Foundation, meaning that he wants to be a member of the Foundation which he already had made clear, but the Foundation appear to have no interest in recruiting him.
- Before a K-Class scenario occurred in the universe, SCP-507 was designated SCP-2914 and after his death his remains were used for "Project: Rhodes". This project aimed to utilize 2914's properties to create a "K-Class Scenario Research Device", humanoids who upon their death would travel to an alternate reality which was going through a K-Class where they would be revived and witness the Scenario. This project resulted in the creation of SCP-1985. However, their very own K-Class Scenario occurred, causing the reality to change resulting in the revival of SCP-2914 and his redesignation to SCP-507.
- During one of his shifts, SCP-507 witnessed a version of the Foundation cross-testing SCP-009 with SCP-107 and reported the horrifying results to his version of the Foundation. In another shift, 507 also witnessed a world which was completely taken over by some mold seemingly generated from SCP-407.
- Although in universe 5H4-2KP-NCH SPC-507 is just a shark version of SCP-507, the main iteration of SPC-507 is an operation aimed to stop the Selachian creatures known as the RED NETHER, "angels" and "acolytes" of the Sharkic messiah figure known as SPC-001.
- In Chapter 7 of SCP-069-J, a DVD recovered by SCP-507, which contains a Japanese-style "dating-sim" visual novel titled "The Sisters of Cheyenne Point" by "Superstar Catalyst Project", he is portrayed as a classmate of Cheyenne Point Academy who consistently misses class due to issues outside of his control which include transportation breakdowns, sudden illness and abduction by a local mafia.
- The universe 99P-UT1-24J where 507 found himself in a paradise-like place and fell in love with a beautiful woman was intended to be the same as seen in SCP-6001, a universe where the Compendium, a benevolent amalgam organization of different GoIs, took over the world and declared worldwide peace with all anomalies.