por ordenes de los jefes

esto es super duper secreto. no entres sin permiso.

porfa,osea,se que la mayoria ignora estas advertencias,pero se vuelve tedioso tener que analizar a cada persona que entre y sale y tener que hacerles como 20 y pico preguntas

Item#: SCP-7625
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Special Containment Procedures:
SCP-7625 is to be monitored continuously by the Foundation's Solar Anomaly Research and Containment Division (SARCD). Access to SCP-7625 is restricted to Level 4 personnel and above. A 10-kilometer exclusion zone has been established around SCP-7625, with all nearby spacecraft and satellites rerouted to avoid contact. No human or electronic device is allowed to approach SCP-7625 without proper containment protocols in place.

SCP-7625 is a humanoid entity that is capable of walking on the surface of the sun. SCP-7625 appears to be immune to the intense heat and radiation of the sun's corona, and is able to move and manipulate the plasma and magnetic fields surrounding the star. SCP-7625 is approximately 2 meters tall and is covered in a material that appears to be composed of pure thermal energy. The detailed physical appearance of SCP-7625 cannot be observed by the Foundation due to its intense luminosity and radiation output

SCP-7625 has been observed to move around the surface of the sun at speeds of up to 500 kilometers per second, creating massive solar flares and coronal mass ejections in its wake. SCP-7625 appears to be sentient and aware of its surroundings, and has been observed to respond to attempts at communication from SARCD personnel.

Attempts to capture or contain SCP-7625 have thus far been unsuccessful. Any objects or materials that come into contact with SCP-7625 are immediately vaporized, and it has been observed to emit bursts of energy that disrupt any electronic or digital devices within a 100-kilometer radius.


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