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SCP-77515 Master Document 'Rulemakers'

Discussion in 'COMMUNICATIONS - RESEARCH' started by lucky ducky carnifex, Apr 14, 2019.

  1. lucky ducky carnifex

    lucky ducky carnifex Well-Known Member Regular Member

    Submit any proposals, transcripts, and notes here.​
     
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  2. VoidUprising

    VoidUprising Well-Known Member Regular Member

    NOTICE - AMG Dr. Marcus Foster
    During the second ever “feeding” of AE-77515 via use of Class-D personnel, AE-77515 ripped the arm off of one Class-D, and wrote a new rule with the blood coming from it onto the chamber floor.

    “Thou must deliver thyn supper in full.”

    The legitimacy of this rule that has been put into place is unknown at this time.
    @Reagent @lucky ducky carnifex
     
    Last edited: Apr 14, 2019
  3. bravo

    bravo Active Member

    Attached is a transcript of yesterday's (4/13) testing session, with appropriate annotation to make clear what exactly is happening.

     
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  4. bravo

    bravo Active Member

    Here is a transcript of the testing conducted on the second day (4/14) of testing on AE-77515. Barring disagreement from the department head, I've decided to restrict this to level three clearance or above, considering the very sensitive nature of the information recorded during some of the tests. Exceptions will be given on a case by case basis to essential personnel involved with the testing.

     
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  5. VoidUprising

    VoidUprising Well-Known Member Regular Member

    My current theory is that, due to AE-77515 being incapacitated via chlorine gas, the rule could be written by a normal man. Further exploitation of this may be useful, such as, “Krampus may not make any attempt to touch the quill that wrote this rule, indirectly or directly.”
     
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  6. morgeta

    morgeta Well-Known Member Regular Member

    Attached below is a document of a series of notes on AE-77515

     
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  7. Mec

    Mec Member

    [Dr. Cormack Nelson's Sample Observations, AE-77515]

    When frozen, the sample seems to harden the colder it gets, suggesting that the material grows strong and stiff in extremely cold temperatures. When connected to the Ohmmeter, the sample appears to be highly resistant to high-voltage electrical shock, and no consistent readings are detected.

    Similar tests were performed on the samples with heat, extreme heat, and acid. It appears the only things capable of damaging AE-77515 are extreme heat, and acid. I strongly advise against employing cryogenic weaponry against the AE, as well as engaging it in any cold environment. Given how the AE's cells react to cold, we can safely assume that the cold gives it a home field advantage, so to say. It was difficult to obtain any clear readings from the Ohmmeter, besides the fact that this thing's cells are well insulated against it. It should go without saying that the nets we use wouldn't do much, if anything, to slow it down during a containment breach.
     
  8. bravo

    bravo Active Member

    Dr. Klara Vahlen's Sample Observations, AE-77515

    The tests conducted today have revealed several interesting properties about AE-77515, chief among them being its cellular structure. The tissue seems to move in disorganized, random movements, with the cells occasionally forming words. The words have been identified as Latin by Dr. Larocque, but no discernible sentences or relevant words have yet to be observed.

    Testing has also revealed several of the anomaly's weaknesses. The use of pressure and heat seems to have almost no effect on the samples when introduced, but two methods have been identified. For one, tissue samples dissolved near instantly when hydrochloric acid was applied, and the use of an ultraviolet laser actually turned the sample into ash. Both of these methods seem able to neutralize the anomaly - personally, I believe less concentrated acid could be used as a non-lethal containment measure, as it seems to be especially effective against 77515.
     
  9. Demappel

    Demappel Member

    Dr. Yennifer Lindberg - AE-77515 "Krampus" Rule Testing Notes:

    AE-77515 is standing immobile in its containment cell. Dr. Morgan Larocque speaks to the subject over PA.

    Larocque: "Hello Rulemaker."

    *AE77515 remains unresponsive.*

    Larocque: "Rulemaker, say hello."

    *AE-77515 begins sharpening its claws on the floor.*

    Larocque: "Rulemaker, please stop defiling the floor."

    *AE-77515 approaches the observation window.*

    AE-77515: "Thou hesitates to bring mine supper. Art thou scared I will write a new rule?"

    Larocque: "We are not. Walk towards the blue present and remain there."

    AE-77515: "Thou will not command me. A foolish request from a creature I shall soon devour!"

    Larocque: "Rulemaker, I command you to walk towards the blue present."

    AE-77515: "Cease thine commands, insolent women. Thy voice is a shrill tone!"

    Larocque: "...Rulemaker, I request thee move towards the blue present."

    AE-77515: "Thou will gag at the stench of a thousand slain offspring. Thou will suffer in mine own realm, where thee will bake under the seering suns I hath made for you!"

    *At this point in the Interview, Dr. Kester Anton takes over PA communications to ensure that commands given to AE-77515 are not "sex-restricted".

    AE-77515: "Do me this! Let this metal cage be cold. Remove thee heat, and sweeten the smell. Thine stench of metal I loathe!"

    Anton: "Krampus, move to the blue present behind you! Now!"

    AE-77515: "I shall only respect thine will if mine supper is served. Only will I move when mine belly is full of many dead."

    AE-77515: ""Bring me mine supper. I shalt return only whence mine supper is ready!"

    *AE-77515 turns around, stepping back into a hole in the giant red present in the middle of the Containment Cell. It seals itself inside.*

    *Due to the lack of cooperation by AE-77515, it is decided that new rules will be written. The Containment Cell is filled with Chlorine Gas in order to temporarily pacify AE-77515. The rules written were that the subject cannot leave its containment, and that it must answer any questions it is asked truthfully. The ground in the Observation Room shakes violently for a brief period after the rule is written. The D-Class that wrote the Rule, D-56, suddenly had his hand turn to ash and disintegrate. Further testing on the writing of rules is suspended for the time being.*

    *After a period of approximately 30 minutes, AE-77515 emerges from the giant present, clutching its head. Dr. Morgan Larocque returns to the PA.*

    AE-77515: "Thou hath sprayed thine cage with that stench! Thou will suffocate upon thy poison of thine own doing!"

    Larocque: "Rulemaker, are there other Rulemakers like you?"

    AE-77515: "Thou art many, from planes beyond thy prey for the feeble-minded masses."

    *AE-77515 appears angered by this line of inquiry.*

    AE-77515: "A muse, perhaps?! Thou are mistaken. Each rule written can be struck away! Only a Rulemaker can protect thee, and I am not willing to follow mortal words!"

    AE-77515: "Only truths can escape mine lips! Then hear mine threats in full form! Thou will be shredded by mine claws, thine heads snapped away once mine rules art written!"

    Larocque: "Where have you originally come from, Rulemaker?"

    AE-77515: "Pulled from a pocket of nonbeing. Told to enforce law in a chaotic land, a land of fools, oafs, peasants and plebians all!"

    Larocque: "Who told you this, Rulemaker?"

    AE-77515: "Mine own maker. He whom holds not a name!"

    Larocque: "Why were you controlling the town of Saint Nick, Rulemaker?"

    AE-77515: "I seek to spread Christmas spirit to the simpletons. The little ones must respect the Saints of old, or thou will be taken in the night by mine bag."

    Larocque: "What is the symbol etched into the front of the Saint Nick gas station?"

    AE-77515: "It is from an old time, before any Rulemaker walked this land. I know nothing of it."

    *A third rule is written by D-56. At this time, the alarm rings as a fire breaks out in Quarantine as D-56's upper body is completely reduced to ashes.*

    AE-77515: "Stop thine infernal whining! Thou noises screech into mine ears evermore!"

    AE-77515: "Thine women of mental, thy wails I shall hear for writing a rule with mortal hands!"

    *At this point, testing is cancelled by the Site Director. AE-77515 is subdued with chlorine gas.*

    AE-77515: "Thou.. art... fools!"

    *It is to be noted that the Third Rule Written was voided, however the other Rules remained in effect.*

    End of Testing
     
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  10. Reagent

    Reagent Janitor Staff Member Janitor Site Director

    AE-77515-1: Quil
    AE-77515-2: Bag
    AE-77515-3-1: Rule 1
    AE-77515-3-2: Rule 2
     
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  11. GaviaoKing

    GaviaoKing Active Member

    Interrogation of Rulemaker "Rash" SCP 77515-C

    Researchers involved:
    STF Charles Oust - Transcript
    STF Rust Porsencio - Interrogator
    MGR Simon Stackford - Organizer


    Interrogation begins

    *** SCP-77515-C stands up.
    SCP-77515-C says "Finally."
    SCP-77515-C says "Please, I've been without food for days."
    SCP-77515-C says "I have fasted before for spiritual reasons, but I believe I will enter starvation soon."
    MGR Simon Stackford says "Hm."
    MGR Simon Stackford says "What would you like to eat?"
    SCP-77515-C says "Anything healthy please"

    *** Vegetarian Lunch is bought to him

    SCP-77515-C says "When will I be released?"
    STF Rust Porsencio says "You will be released at some point, most likely sooner than later."
    STF Rust Porsencio says "However, do not take my word for it."
    SCP-77515-C says "I sense a dark presence in this facility."
    SCP-77515-C says "Like I've met my ancestors- who have failed to move on."
    STF Rust Porsencio says "Please elaborate."
    SCP-77515-C says "I don't believe you were involved when I met your staff."
    SCP-77515-C says "But I was explaining to them the dangers of cannibalism and the addiction that is built from its indulgence."
    SCP-77515-C says "How it corrupts the spirit and grounds you to this Earth."

    After a pause, Researcher Rust Porsencio enters the room to speak with the rulemaker
    He walks to the table and says

    STF Rust Porsencio says "Please come to the table."
    ***The Rulemaker approaches the table***
    STF Rust Porsencio says "I trust that you'll do nothing that will end our meeting here."
    STF Rust Porsencio says "So, to start, let's do some ice breakers."
    STF Rust Porsencio says "What's your name?"
    SCP-77515-C says "I am called Hash."
    SCP-77515-C says "I've lived in a homestead all my life, in the hills of Oregon."
    STF Rust Porsencio says "Where exactly in the hills? Do you have a pinpoint on where?"
    SCP-77515-C says "It's quite simple. Occasionally, when I am in the metropolitan mood, I visit my cousin's casino on the interstate."
    SCP-77515-C says "Yes, I believe I've been picked up there. Your recovery team will have an idea of where it happened."
    SCP-77515-C says "I believe John Castle met his horrific demise here."

    A Brief Pause was made after some people entered the quarantine area, the interrogation then continues

    STF Rust Porsencio says "Alright. I'm a Researcher here. You can call me Rust, or Doctor Rust. Whichever you prefer."
    SCP-77515-C says "Alright, Rust."
    SCP-77515-C says "And I sense... something here."
    STF Rust Porsencio says "Ah, alright. What dangers do you sense? Anything more than what you have explained earlier?"
    SCP-77515-C says "I can sense danger in the collective conciousness."
    SCP-77515-C says "Or, I'm getting a "bad mojo", if you will."

    Note:The interrogation reaches an interruption and the rulemaker "hash" asks for tobbaco while more and more people gather in the quarantine area, when questioned if he had an addiction he replied saying that it was for spiritual purposes, he then asked for a mushroom for his ritual, he was aware that some of the mushroom he required was growing on the triple peaks next to site-86, His order was ignored

    ***Intel enters on the quarantine area and the interrogation ends abruptly, the researchers are told to leave the quarantine area***
     
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  12. bequest

    bequest Well-Known Member

    Questioning of SCP-77515-C ('Rulemaker Hash')

    -[ Data uploaded about SCP-77515-C ('Rulemaker Hash') has been authorized by the following Research personnel: DR. SIMON STACKFORD, MANAGER ]-

    -[ Personnel involved within this questioning: DR. SIMON STACKFORD, MANAGER - DR. RUST PORSENCIO, STAFFER ]-

    ('Rust Porsencio' is written neatly at the top.)

    Subject: Hash (D-77515-C)

    Notes:
    Subject is informed before questioning that he can terminate communications with me at any time if he feels uncomfortable. Subject is informed that he is not forced to talk to me.
    Subject is offended if called 'chief'. Takes it as a racial term.
    Subject requests a "faster response for his request to the Doctor", assumed to be speaking of his request to be released. Question is ignored and simply given a generic response. ("We'll see about it", "I'll see what we can do", etc).
    Subject wishes to be released due to his "anomalous properties no longer existing due to the destruction of the Oak Quill".
    Subject states that anyone could do ritual magic, so long as they are spiritual and well-rounded in ecology.
    Subject states that he has no anomalous properties without his quill, which is destroyed.
    Subject states that he wishes to be released for the two reasons stated above.
    Subject states that he is willing to sign legal papers and file paperwork in exchange for freedom.
    Subject states his parents both died. Stated his father died, "due to..." and then cuts off. Said he was uncomfortable in continuing conversation and simply left it off with "emergency services didn't respond in time."
    Subject states his children both own hotels in New Mexico.
    Subject states that he is a simple hunter and trapper. Believes he will have to make a farm soon due to the "white man's treachery against ecology being everlasting". Hunts deer, bears, and various small game.
    Subject states that his name has a meaning. Shows hostility towards the question and states that it is none of my business. Questioning terminated.
    States that, on a scale from 1-10 on how well we treat him (1 being Very Bad, 5 being Mediocre, and 10 being Very Well), he rates 6.
    The subject is asked if any abuse, abusive signs or bodily harm has come to him during his time in detainment. He stated that the feeding window has been inconsistent and that he fears great distress in the future if he is not released.
    Subject is offered a Protein Shake. He is told he only wants one, and then asks to terminate questioning.
    Questioning is terminated, and all personnel leave the room.
     
  13. Awesomenaut11

    Awesomenaut11 Member

    Observation Notes, 16/06/2019: SCP-77515-A

    Begin Log

    Subject is hailed multiple times over the PA, Refusing to Reply or move, standing in the middle of the Cell, doing nothing.

    Subject finally responds after roughly five minutes of continued hailing, walking toward the Researcher's position and stating "How DARE you".

    Subject notes on a possible mental machine using terms such as sinner and saint

    Subject then proceeds with conversation with Researcher on basis of current imprisonment, and Sins of the Foundation Employees.

    Subject attempts to attack researcher with Chains, Cracking containment cell Window slightly

    Subject requests the ceasing of using the term 'Vigilante' with penalty of violence

    Researcher then queries on pain from the barbed wire lacerations on SCP-77515-A's Chest, Subject denotes that "centuries of Existence renders you immune from 'Pain' as you mortals percieve it"

    Researcher queries on subject's ability to compel Victims to admission of guilt without physical contact, Subject responds with a Negative.

    Researcher queries on Subject's ability to sense wrongdoing in Victim without physical contact or admission, Subject responds with a negative, however is capable of judging based on experience

    Researcher queries on subject's timespan of Judgement, Subject Responds after simplification with: "Far too long for you to comprehend", and Researcher secondarily queries: "Then were you around before there were men to be judged?", Subject responds with "Judgement as I see it cannot be born until the first man was forged from the fires of the universe."

    Researcher queries on judgement of First human, Subject responds with: "Adam, as you call him, his judgement was not mine to deliver"

    Researcher queries on Subject having met 'God', Subject respond with: "God? there is no God, I am the closest you will ever see" Meanwhile a red light emits from beneath the Hood covering subject's face.

    Upon query on who Judged Adam, Subject responds with: "Strong, Ancient Entities"

    Researcher Diverts and Queries on the red light under the Subject's hood, Subject seems puzzled at first, Upon explination, Subject continues apparent confusion.

    Researcher queries on subject's ability to remove the hood, Subject responds with: "no, and I wouldn't suggest you try"

    Researcher queries on content under the hood, Subject Responds with "The last thing you will ever see"

    Researcher Queries on what would happen if hood removal was attempted, Subject responds violently and states: "I'd kill you myself"

    Researcher queries on Location of Prisoners taken by SCP-77515-A, Subject responds with: "Where they belong", Upon further query, Subject responds with: "An plane of infinite Judgement and punishment, one where the pain never ends"

    Researcher queries on Subject's sentence lasting eternity, Subject responds with a Positive

    Researcher then queries on why the sentence lasts eternity, Subject Responds with: "Because they deserve what is given to them, Mortal"

    Researcher then queries on length of sentence for lesser crimes, Subject responds with: "They will be given a sentence appropriate to what they have committed."

    Researcher queries on Minimum Sentence, Subject Responds with: "Death is the most merciful sentencing one will recieve"

    Researcher queries on the Death sentence being given to a thief, Subject responds in the Negative

    Researcher queries on Minimum crime being Murder and Rape, Subject responds in the Positive

    Researcher queries on becoming a Rulemaker, Subject responds that he was Born as a rulemaker

    Researcher queries on Why subject was born a Rulemaker, Subject responds that he was born from uncomprehensible forces

    Researcher queries on Subject's rule on his "Lights out" ability, Subject Responds with: "Everyone must rest, to expect your mortal prisoners to remain awake for eternity is foolish"

    Subject becomes temporarily unresponsive, however comes back after roughly a minute, when asked about this, He states: "It.. I was needed. Unrest will occur, occassionally. I am the only one to stop it."

    Upon query of Subject's victims "Breaking out" of his Prison, Subject responds with a Negative

    Upon query of Subject being wrong in previous query, Subject appears to take offense to query and asks researcher if she takes him for a liar.

    Researcher diverts and queries on Subject only judging humans, Subject responds with: "It is not my duty to judge those who are not. Those duties belong to others."

    Researcher then queries on subject's knowledge of similar entities which pass judgement, Subject responds with a Negative, however is positive others must exist.

    Researcher then queries on Rulemaker Conference during OP 13, and how the Rulemaker identified as Theorist brought a Scimitar, and spoke of a coming appocalypse, the Subject responds in Positive

    Researcher now queries on Subject's knowledge of Scimitar (SCP-8811), Subject Responds that he does not care for the weapon and only cares for his Obligation to Imprison.

    Break Log

    ...

    Resume Log

    Researcher proceeds to threaten subject with possible injury or severe pain, Subject responds with Hostilities, Hostilities escalate until Subject throws a Chain into containment cell glass again, widening original crack, Subject proceeds with Hostilities and attempts to break glass with his own head.


    Inital Researcher withdraws, Replacement proceeds.


    Researcher queries on Subject's Chains, Subject responds with: "My physical manifestation has always altered throughout the years. As humanity's standard "prison" altered, so did I."

    Researcher Queries on Subject's Manifestations, Subject Responds with: "A jungle entity; one intertwined with the vines. An older entity; one intertwined with rope and string. And then-- me."

    Researcher Queries on Subject's Victims of notable historical Importance, Subject Replies with Confusion at first, however after simplification responds that he has not, as they were unapproachable.

    Researcher Queries on Subject's notable captures, Subject responds via pointing to the D-Class corpse in the Corner.

    Secondary Researcher is supplemented by Tertiary Researcher, who proceeds to query on the "Homo ignotus", Subject responds with: "It is but a children's story told by the Theorist. I do not associate myself with such childish make-believe."
    After secondary query Subject replies in similar manner.
    After Tertiary query subject replies : "Then I am not the person to ask"

    End Log
     
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  14. stripymagoo

    stripymagoo New Member

    First Testing of 77515-A "Warden" 6/16/2019 Transcript by: STF Varin Lotharian
    ** As the men enter the cell, they notice the Warden in a tranquil state with its chains dragging across the floor. In one corner of the cell is a charred, mutilated corpse of a prisoner.
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "Good evening, Warden."
    ** As they examine the charred corpse of the D-Class, they feel uneasy. There's no Foundation logo present.
    ** The Warden remains perfectly still, albeit now breathing audibly.

    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "Up for a chat?"
    ** The Warden's chains slowly rear up like snakes being mediated by music from flutes. They point towards Vahlen. The Warden remains silent.
    ** Suddenly, the Warden's body tenses as a deep breath is heard throughout the chamber. Chills go down your spine as it looks around, the chains raising ever-so-slightly
    higher. It eventually settles its gaze onto the researchers.
    ** The barbed wire around the Warden's chest tighten, digging into its flesh; the Warden doesn't seem to mind. It lets out a booming voice. "How DARE you?"
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "Did I do something wrong?"
    SCP-77515-A yells "I was in the middle-- the middle of adding more cogs to my mortal engine. My collection of sinners, no saints. Only those who /belong./ Tending to them like animals." He pauses. "You interrupted."
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "Sorry about that. You didn't give any indication you were doing some important - otherwise, I wouldn't have interrupted."
    SCP-77515-A yells "Must you have your hands held like children? Do not worry-- I can tend to you."
    **As the Warden finishes his sentence, a single chain slowly rubs itself against the glass of the chamber. He chuckles.
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "We don't need any tending to."
    SCP-77515-A yells "Or so you believe..."
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "I assume that body in the corner is one of the sinners you've been tending to."
    **The Warden turns around, looking to the body momentarily. His muscles tense before booming laughter erupts from under the bag on his head. The laughter suddenly cuts off as he turns back to Vahlen. "One of plenty."
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "What was that one guilty of?"
    SCP-77515-A yells "Treason. Murder. Rape."
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "Sounds like he had it coming, then."
    SCP-77515-A yells "As do most of /you./."
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "Well, you might be right. How are you so sure?"
    SCP-77515-A yells "It doesn't take much to realize that a foolish group-- one foolish enough to imprison the imprisoner-- would be guilty of a lengthy list of sins."
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "So you're guessing."
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "Not too far from the truth, though."
    SCP-77515-A yells "There are no guesses in this game."
    SCP-77515-A yells "Only truth. Only justice."
    DH Klara Vahlen says "So this is a vigilante, basically." *DIRECTED TOWARDS OTHER RESEARCHERS*
    **A chain suddenly slams into the glass, aimed towards Vahlen's head; despite its attempt, only the smallest of cracks is there. The Warden's voice booms, deeper than usual. "I... am NOT..." He pauses, his chains lowering slightly. The man's voice still booms, and his hostile pose still remains. "I am more than what you describe, you feeble minded sheep."

    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "..it was a harmless descriptor, obviously you're a league above a simple vigilante."
    SCP-77515-A yells "I will put you leagues below the Earth if you do not halt using that /horrid/ word!"
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "I won't use it, then."
    **After some time of silence to the response, the Warden grunts, its muscles loosening as its chains lower.
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "I'm surprised you're not showing any pain, from all of that."
    SCP-77515-A yells "Centuries of existence eventually renders you immune from "pain" as you mortals perceieve it."
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "Makes sense, I suppose."

    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "Are you able to compel someone to admissions or judgement without physical contact?"
    ** The Warden hesitates. It speaks in a calmer, almost defeated voice. "No."
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "I figured - if you were, you probably would have done it to me, by now."
    SCP-77515-A yells "A wise conclusion."
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "Do you have some sort of.. for lack of a better word, sense for one's wrongdoings?"
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "Or is it mostly admission based."
    SCP-77515-A yells "Your definition of a sense is skewed compared to mine. To sense one's wrongdoings is to... conclude, from centuries of experience. I have no supernatural ability which allows me to do this. It is all... experience."
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "You're a judge who's seen countless guilty, and thus you have a natural ability to discern them from the innocent."
    ** The Warden's chains slither across the ground like snakes as Vahlen talks. "Correct."
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "How long have you been at this? Centuries?"
    SCP-77515-A yells "And far longer."
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "Let's make it a bit simpler. When was the first time who judged someone?"
    SCP-77515-A yells "Before you mortals even comprehended time as something that truly needed to be measured. I saw your pyramids be built. I saw the foundations of which your civilizations were built upon when they were only sentences on scrap paper. I have existed far too long for you to /truly/ comprehend."
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "Would it be fair to say then, that you were around before there were men to be judged?"
    ** The Warden pauses, almost hesitant. "Judgement, as I see it, cannot be born until the first man was forged from the fires of the universe."
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "Did you judge the first human?"
    SCP-77515-A yells "Adam, as you call him-- his judgement was not mine to deliver."
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "Have you met God?"
    ** The Warden releases a hardy laugh from deep within the pits of his lungs. "God? There is no /God./" A dim red light flashes underneath the bag over his head. "I am the closest you willever see."
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "Who else would have judged Adam, then?"
    SCP-77515-A yells "Strong, ancient entities. The Founding Fathers of your existence."
    SCP-77515-A yells "Stronger than I, even."

    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "Are you able to take the hood off?"
    ** The Warden grunts. "No. And I wouldn't suggest you try."
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "What's under it?"
    SCP-77515-A yells "The last thing you will ever see."
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "I've heard that line before."
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "Could you be more specific? Would I drop dead?"
    ** The Warden's chains rear up again. The same red light from before flashes. "I'd kill you myself!"
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "Right."
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "Touchy subject, then."
    ** The Warden remains quiet as the light fades and the chains slowly sink to the ground

    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "Where do you keep your prisoners?"
    SCP-77515-A yells "Where they belong."
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "That goes without saying. Do you keep them in some sort of private dimension, like Krampus does?"
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "Or, well - did."
    SCP-77515-A yells "A plane of infinite judgement and punishment. One where the pain never ends."
    ** As he finishes his sentence, the charred and mutilated prisoner corpse twitches. A singular chain points to it. "Why don't you just ask him?" The chain flops, turning limp. "Endless. Pain."
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "Does that imply all of your sentences are for eternity?"
    SCP-77515-A yells "You could say that."
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "Why?"
    SCP-77515-A yells "Because they deserve what is given to them, mortal."
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "Let's say you theoretically judged someone. They've committed crimes, but not as severe as.. for instance, the man in the corner."
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "Would you still give them an eternal sentence?"
    SCP-77515-A yells " They will be given a sentence appropriate to what they have committed."
    SCP-77515-A yells "If that means death... then so be it."
    TSG Samantha Teran says "What's the minimum sentence?"
    *** DH Klara Vahlen gestures from the Warden to the guard.
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "I assume you heard her question through the glass."
    ** The Warden, once again, looks puzzled. "What?"
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "What's the minimum sentence you'd issue to a sinner?"
    ** The Warden chuckles. "Death is the most merciful sentencing one will ever recieve."
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "Let's say my only crime is that I stole a thousand dollars from Simon's bank account. Would I be sentenced to death?"
    ** The entity hesitates, its chains becoming active once more, slithering on the ground. "Money is a mortal construct. Giving, receiving-- /stealing,/ as you call it, is far too petty to be worth my time to judge."
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "Money is a representation, it is me stealing his labour and effort."
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "If thievery doesn't concern you, are you only interested in certain higher crimes?"
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "For instance, murder, rape, et cetera."
    SCP-77515-A yells "That is one way of stating my eternal duty."

    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "Aside from your judging powers. How did you go about becoming a rulemaker?"
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "How the power was received differs from rulemaker to rulemaker, among the ones we've spoken to. I'm interested to know how you received yours."
    SCP-77515-A yells "I did not become a Rulemaker." He pauses. "I was born a Rulemaker."
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "Why?"
    ** The Warden cocks its head. A chain rises, pointing at Vahlen. "Let me ask you the same. Why were you forged in the fires of a female's womb?"
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "I meant why you were born a /rulemaker/, not born period."
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "Besides, I doubt you were born from a regular woman."
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "You said you've been around since before the dawn of man."
    SCP-77515-A yells "I was born from forces even I cannot comprehend. I sincerely doubt that you would understand much more."
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "You seem to be underestimating what we can comprehend."
    **The Warden grunts. "There are no underestimations in this game. Only truth. And judgement."
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "I'll take your word for it."
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "I took a look at your rules."
    *** DH Klara Vahlen takes out a piece of paper, gesturing to it with one hand.
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "Where'd you come up with this 'lights out' idea?"
    SCP-77515-A yells "Everyone must rest. To expect your mortal prisoners to be able to remain awake for constant eternity... is foolish. Or so I have learned in my experience with--."
    ** Suddenly, the Warden's body tenses. Its chains droop as the body in the background twitches once more.
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "Having trouble with a memory?"
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "Anyway. I'm fairly sure that's not the only reason you use that power."
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "You used it to incapacitate our men in the field."
    ** The Warden snaps back into reality, almost as if enraged. It looks to the body in the corner of its cell, ignoring the other personnel. Its chains rattle. Finally, it turns back to the crowd before mumbling something incomprehensible under its breath.
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "Who exactly is that body in the corner?"
    SCP-77515-A yells "One of the sinners."
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "It sounds like you have a unique experience with them."
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "Else, I don't think you would've taken such a long pause."
    SCP-77515-A yells "It.. I was needed. Unrest will occur, occassionally. I am the only one to stop it."
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "So a prison riot, essentially."
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "Has anyone ever.. well. Broken out?"
    ** The Warden responds in a rushed manner. "No. Not a soul has come close."
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "Are you sure about that?"
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "Sounded a bit disingenuous."
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "Not to offend your record of jailkeeping, that is."
    SCP-77515-A yells "You take me for a liar?"
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "I didn't say you lied, just that maybe you told a half truth."
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "You also made a little stutter there. What is 'it' that was needed?"
    SCP-77515-A yells "My travel. My.. alteration in attention."

    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "Is there a similar entity to you that passes judgement on.. non humans?"
    SCP-77515-A yells "One surely exists. But I am unaware of specifics."
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "I'm going to walk you through a memory really quick, want to see what you know about something."
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "The rulemaker conference. The theorist brought a scimitar with him, and told you all a story about a coming conflict."
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "Does that ring a bell?"
    ** The Warden hesitantly nods.
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "Tell me what you know about that weapon."
    SCP-77515-A yells "I do not care for such a weapon currently. I only care about my duty-- my /obligation./ To judge. To imprison. To sentence."DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "That's a deflection. I know you don't care about it, but my obligation is to learn about this subject."DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "I'd appreciate if you told me what you know about it, and then we can leave the topic alone in the future."
    ** The Warden speaks no further, only watching Vahlen.
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "You clearly know what I'm talking about."
    **No response
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "What is the Scarlet King?"
    **No response.
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "I'm going to give you one warning in advance."
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "If you don't play ball now, it's going to hurt later."
    ** The Warden seems angered. Chains rear up, rising in the air as they point towards Vahlen. A red light flashes from under the bag on his head. "You dare threaten me?"
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "Yeah, and it worked. You responded."
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "Answer my question."
    ** The Warden takes a step closer. Its chains rattle, suspended in the air like snakes with their heads off the ground. "You best watch your tone. 'Fore you join them." The body in the back of the room twitches as the Warden says "them."
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "Empty words."
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "You're under our control now, don't forget it."
    LOCAL) The barbed wire strung across the man's chest tighten, cutting into its skin. Blood trickles down its abs. "You're quite the sinner."
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "There's a lot around here, but I'm not one of them."
    SCP-77515-A yells "For as long as you have the ignorance to threaten me, you fit right in."
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "By refusing to answer me, you're only putting the world and yourself in danger."DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "Who's the ignorant one?"
    ** A chain zips forward, crashing into the glass in the exact same spot as it did before by Vahlen's head. The crack widens slightly, albeit still insignifigant.
    ** The light behind the Warden's bag glows with great intensity. "You are next."
    ** The Warden's chains slither onto the wall, forming a picture frame around Vahlen. The Warden suddenly approaches, violently slamming his head into the glass where the crack was; once again, slightly larger than before. Its size is fairly noticeable to the trained eye. It grunts, the red light still glowing profusely.

    TCH Rust Porsencio announces over the PA "Test."
    TCH Rust Porsencio announces over the PA "Hello, Warden. I apologize for the antagonizing my co-workers have done. Shall we start on a clean slate?"
    ** The light behind the Warden's hood dims until it has completely gone out; the chains lower to the ground slowly. It eventually lets out a low grunt.
    TCH Rust Porsencio announces over the PA "I have a question for you. When did the chains with you become a part of you? Have they always been with you, or have they appeared at a later time in your life?"
    SCP-77515-A yells "My physical manifestation has always altered throughout the years. As humanity's standard "prison" altered, so did I."
    TCH Rust Porsencio announces over the PA "What notable manifestations have you gone through?"
    SCP-77515-A yells "A jungle entity; one intertwined with the vines. An older entity; one intertwined with rope and string. And then-- me."
    TCH Rust Porsencio announces over the PA "Have you taken any very popular or noticable figures into prison?"
    ** The Warden hesitates before replying, puzzled. "What?"
    TCH Rust Porsencio announces over the PA "Sorry. I phrased my question wrong and did not think it through before blurting it out. Have you judged any notable individuals in history for their crimes?"
    ** The Warden shakes its head. "They were... not approachable. No oppurtunities arose for me to emplace my judgement upon them."
    TCH Rust Porsencio announces over the PA "What is your most memorable judgement? Someone who had broken the worst crimes of all, someone who had evaded you for a very long time, etcetera?"
    ** One of the Warden's chains points to the charred corpse in the corner of the room. It does not speak.TCH Rust Porsencio announces over the PA "I assume the chain speaks for you."
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    MGR Simon Stackford announces over the PA "Rulemaker Warden, what is a "Homo Ignotus"?
    ** The Warden cocks its head. Its breathing gets heavy momentarily. Its chains slither across the ground hesitantly. "It is but a children's story told by the Theorist. I do not associate myself with such childish make-believe."
    MGR Simon Stackford announces over the PA "You know what the story is, then?"
    ** The Warden speaks in a more agitated manner. "I told you. I do not assicate myself with childish make-believe."
    MGR Simon Stackford announces over the PA "You don't have to associate yourself with this "childish make-believe". I just want to know myself."
    SCP-77515-A yells "Then I am not the person to ask."
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "If anything, it's childish to refuse telling us a simple story."
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "Is it not?"
    ** The Warden's muscles tense once more. His chains rear up once more, now shaking like the tail of a rattlesnake. He looks to Vahlen, the red light returning. "I will gut you."
    DH Klara Vahlen announces over the PA "You can't do much of anything in there, actually."
    ** The Warden chuckles. "So how about I get out?"
    ** The Warden quitely observes the individuals, its chains lowering as the light fades. It says nothing.

    MGR Simon Stackford announces over the PA "We'll be going now. Goodbye."

    SITE PERSONNEL PRESENT DURING TESTING:
    -DH K. VAHLEN
    -LT F. KOLBE
    -TSG S. TERAN
    -MGR S. STACKFORD
    -TCH R. PORSENCIO
    -TCH A. VON AUDRICK II
    -STF V. LOTHARIAN
     
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