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Item#: XXXX
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Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is contained in a Standard Item Locker. SCP-XXXX is further stored in an unsealed polyethylene bag within an acid-free box for the purpose of preservation.

Description: SCP-XXXX is an untitled Basque-language stageplay of which only one copy is known to exist. The author of SCP-XXXX is believed to be 17th century Basque mystic and writer Alesander Extepare (alternatively known by his contemporaries as "Alejandro Echepare", "Alexandre d'Etchepare", and other variations thereof), though the text of SCP-XXXX itself does not specify an author.

SCP-XXXX is divided into five three-scene acts. Each act details the conquest of an ancient city by Alexander the Great of Macedon, though SCP-XXXX deviates strongly from records of the historical Alexander. While the real Alexander's army mutinied in the Indian subcontinent, wishing to return home, SCP-XXXX depicts Alexander's conquest continuing eastward through increasingly fantastical regions.

SCP-XXXX's anomalous properties when it is used as the script for a live theater production. As a performance (hereafter "SCP-XXXX-A event") proceeds, direct observers of SCP-XXXX-A will