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Reminder to all staff: SCP-999 is not to consume caffeinated soft drinks of any kind. Last week someone gave SCP-999 a can of cola along with its usual breakfast- Not only was it literally bouncing off the walls for half an hour, the carbonation make SCP-999 visibly queasy afterwards, and it refused to move or eat the rest of the day. SCP-999 has thankfully recovered since, but the staff member in question has been reprimanded.
~ Dr. ████████
They would enjoy the feeling of my mind splashing against theirs, the voices temporarily leaving my head and flooding into theirs. When I was giving my wonderful gift, I could think rationally, as I can now. When the voices return to me, as they always do, they are angry. This was why I was left. I was meant to be a giver of knowledge. All I can give are the voices. The broken, babbling, laughing voices.
~ SCP-999's inner monoluge from "Sudden Thoughts".

SCP-999, also known as "The Tickle Monster", is a Safe-class SCP under the SCP Foundation's containment. It is known for its adorable appearance and friendly attitude. It is one of the most friendly SCPs in the Foundation.


SCP-999 appears to be a large gelatinous mass of orange slime weighing about 120 lbs(54.4kg), with a consistency similar to that of peanut butter, which shows great affection towards people.

It has been shown to slither towards the nearest person and leaping upon them, hugging them with a pair of pseudopods, while nuzzling the person's face with a third one, all while emitting high pitched gurgling and cooing noises.

SCP-999's slime releases pleasant smells depending on the person, which have been told to smell of chocolate, fresh laundry, bacon, roses, and Play-Doh. When 999 was submerged in SCP-447-2 for two minutes, it exhibited for five hours a green tint.


SCP-999 has a major interest in people that are unhappy or hurt in any way. People that have depression, after interacting with SCP-999, are cured of their problems, obtaining a positive view on life.

SCP-999 seems to love all creatures, and is a very playful being. SCP-999 has a diet consisting entirely of sweets and candy, with its favorite being Necco Wafers and M&Ms. It has been confirmed, that the creature is willing to save others at all costs, even jumping to take a bullet for someone. When physically interacting with SCP-999's slime, the person or creature will begin to feel a tingling, almost tickle like feeling, and will experience a state of euphoria.

However, unbeknownst to anyone, 999 has actually quite of a disturbing mind. Its head is filled with countless voices which just keep laughing and laughing and sometimes weeping, and appear to be separate personalities. 999 is able to transfer these voices to others making them laugh and it at peace, before returning to its mind.

The only time SCP-999 displayed hostility towards anything was after a series of experiments involving SCP-914, where samples of 999's slime were inserted into the machine on various settings. The first four settings resulted in materials that were unpleasant but mostly harmless (an orange gas that smelled of burnt hair, rock candy that tasted like rubbing alcohol, etc), but when a sample of SCP-999 was sent through on the "Very Fine" setting, it produced a smaller, blue-colored version of SCP-999 dubbed "E-999-A". This little ball of blue slime smelled strongly of garlic and was hostile to everyone, though it couldn't do much harm aside from bouncing off of people's shins. When presented to SCP-999, it immediately attacked E-999-A, enveloping and consuming it completely before resuming its normal behavior. All testing on 999's slime with SCP-914 was suspended after this, and SCP-999 was shown to ignore any questions regarding E-999-A afterwards.


Possible Origins

Due to lack of canon in the SCP universe, as well as there being no "official" origin mentioned in the original article, there have been several stories telling the origins of SCP-999. The readers are free to choose whatever origin for their headcanon.


SCP-999 was originally created by two scientists in a farmhouse in Edmonton, Canada which was formerly owned by the Department of Abnormalities. It was created and experimented along with other orange slime-like creatures in order to help humanity. 999 was seemingly the only successful subject as the other slimes died, while the still living ones retracted from human presence, but all of the negative emotions that were taken away from 999 also resulted in the creation of SCP-682.

Scarlet King

SCP-999 was conceived by the Seventh Bride (SCP-231-7), who had been impregnated by the Scarlet King via a ritual conducted by either the Children of the Scarlet King, or Lilly. The SCP Foundation performed the Procedure 110-Montauk to prevent the Seventh Bride from giving birth to SCP-999, fearing that his birth would cause a major catastrophe and allow the Scarlet King to manifest in their reality, until the O5 stopped the Procedure 110-Montauk and allowed the birth of SCP-999.

Dr. Collingwood was instructed to protect SCP-999 so it can "overthrow the Scarlet King not by force, but with light and love and laughter that can brighten the blackest of hearts."

Collingwood would later state that "999 is not, in reality, a safe class SCP. It is Thaumiel. It is the best and the only weapon we have against some of the most powerful hostile entities known to exist."

Powers & Abilities

999 has the ability to make anyone in its presence happy by transferring its mad voices in their minds. It can even cure mental disorders like depression and PTSD and can pacify serial killers. Even 682 is not immune to his effects and broke down laughing when it touched him. The Foundation believes he will grow to pacify even his father, the Scarlet King. However, if 999 were to transfer a great amount of voices into the subjects it touches, it would result in the subjects dying out of uncontrolled laughter.

Note that 999's touch did not stop 682 from going on its typical killing sprees, it was simply more happy when doing it. Thus, SCP-053 (The Young Girl) remains the only one who can truly soothe 682's anger, though it is unknown what the effect on 682 would be if both were to be in its presence at the same time.

An event report also establishes that allowing 999 to consume a caffeinated drink provides 999 with great speed and the ability to literally bounce off walls similar to Flubber, though this causes him discomfort for the rest of the day after the effects wear off. After 999 was submerged in SCP-447-2 in addition of curing mental illness it also gave the subjects it touched green eyes.

In Other Media

SCP: Secret Laboratory

Evil SCP-999's model.

In SCP: Secret Laboratory for 2019's April Fools, SCP-939's model, vision and attacking sounds were temporarily changed to "Evil SCP-999".





  • When some Level 1 researchers were affected by SCP-WCPGW-J, a state of mind which causes those affected by it to perceive various Safe and Euclid-class SCPs as much more dangerous, they found out about SCP-999 connection to the Scarlet King, but the Foundation denied such claims.
  • Although it stated that SCP-999 would be the one to bring down its father, in the tale "When We Came Home", the Scarlet King is instead killed by seven warriors (one of them being 999's mother) each wielding the evil god's spears, while 999 itself isn't even mentioned.
  • Before birthing 999, SCP-231-7 stated that the child would be an Apollyon level SCP. However that turned out to be the case in this canon.
  • When D-77544 looked to SCP-999 through some glasses which let their wearer know how much costs the objects the wearer sees, he said that 999 was too pure to have a price.
  • The author of SCP-999 stated in a comment of a video that 999's least favorite candies are those heart-shaped candies with messages on them.
  • For April Fools 2020, SCP-999's article was changed for that day in which the main difference was that 999 was a nerve plant as part of the "Super Cool Plants" theme.
  • It is speculated that if SCP-999 would come into contact with SCP-096, 096 would still be crying, since it is not actually sad, but it just appears to be so.
  • After the Gate Guardian placed SCP-729-J inside the door he was guarding, the Foundation used SCP-999 to distract the Guardian while the they recovered 729-J.
  • When the Foundation used SCP-978, a camera that when takes a picture of someone the photo it produces shows the individual's biggest desire, to take a photo of 999, the picture showed it enveloping the photographer who laughs hysterically.
  • In "Taste-Testing SCP-999 (for science, I swear)", Dr. Bright consumed some of 999's mass in order to prove that it tasted like tangerines instead of mandarins. However, after eating it he simply described as being the most delicious thing he had ever eaten before the mass began tickling him from the inside.
  • In the "Broken Masquerade" canon, when the Foundation made a crappy promotional video targeted to younger audience titled "Keeping it Chill With Your Homies Down at The SCP Foundation", Dr. Henry Ozid of Site-96 General Research and Containment wore a costume resembling SCP-999 and taught the kids the meaning of the word 'anomalous'.

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