SCP-3922 Extended Test Logs
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Log Format
Subject: <Video title>, <Date of release>, <MPAA rating, if any>
Interference Point: <Where, during the course of the video, SCP-3922 was introduced>
Result: <Results>
Note: <Notes, if Any>


Subject: The Lion King, 1994, G
Interference Point: Shortly before the stampede sequence in which Mufasa dies.
Result: Film proceeds as normal, save for the end credits including a note after the "Special Thanks" section: "THIS NARRATIVE HAS BEEN FULLY INSPECTED BY ☽☽☽ AND WE ARE HAPPY TO REPORT THAT NO ILLEGAL HUNTING OF AFRICAN WILDLIFE HAS BEEN DETECTED."
Note: It is currently believed that societies that have no interactions with humanity are outside of SCP-3922-A jurisdiction.

Subject: The Brave Little Toaster, 1987, G
Interference Point: Beginning
Result: Film lasts for only ten minutes, beginning with an unidentified orbital energy weapon causing all human life to vanish from Earth during the opening. A drone analogous to the appearance of SCP-2578-D approaches the protagonist of the film, reporting that all sentient machines have been freed of their human slavers. This is met with mixed emotions from the film's primary cast, who were anxiously awaiting the return of "the master."
Note: I mean, they weren't technically wrong… - Dr. Naismith

Subject: Batman: The Killing Joke, 2016, R
Interference Point: Beginning
Result: Film length extended to four hours. The story has been altered to portray in detail the Joker's public hanging, drawing, and quartering by SCP-3922-A, followed by the entire Gotham City supervillain rogues gallery turning themselves in to the authorities out of fear. An animated simulacrum of comic book writer Alan Moore is then captured by instances SCP-3922-A, and, at gunpoint, addresses the viewer that the Joker is "really, really, really, honestly, 110% perma-dead, will not come back, will not be resurrected, will not have his death retconned, has no backup plans, no machiavellian schemes to turn anyone else into his successor, and will not be missed, so if you're going to ask us to bring him back, don't, or suffer the consequences."

Subject: An episode of SCP-993
Interference Point: Beginning
Result: In a previously unaired episode titled "Bobble Shoots for the Moon", the title character disables an instance of SCP-2578-D with a slingshot, then instructs the viewer on how to dismantle and reverse-engineer its various parts into a powerful energy weapon, which it then uses to disintegrate and torture several instances of SCP-3922-A that try to interfere.
Note: This is the first known occurrence of SCP-3922-A soldiers not succeeding.

Subject: Space Jam, 1996, PG
Interference Point: Beginning
Result: Film proceeds as a biographical drama of the life and career of basketball player Michael Jordan, with no involvement from cartoon characters. During a brief scene in a coffee shop, a mention is made by a side character of a peculiar news story a corrupt intergalactic amusement park known as Moron Mountain being destroyed by instances of SCP-3922-A. Michael Jordan dismisses the news story as ridiculous.

Subject: Star Wars, Episode IV: A New Hope, 1977, PG
Interference Point: Shortly before the Death Star destroys Alderaan
Result: Shortly after Governor Tarkin says "You may fire when ready," The Death Star Control Room is raided by SCP-3922-A instances, who proceed to massacre all Imperial staff in the area with high-powered energy rifles. Though they suffer considerable casualties in the effort to neutralize Darth Vader, one of the SCP-3922-A instances uses a grenade-like device labeled "TACTICAL OFFENSIVE TELEPORTATION CHARGE" on him, shifting the scene to [REDACTED] analogous to SCP-2922-[REDACTED] Impenetrable [REDACTED] analogous to creature puppetry typically seen in the Star Wars franchise [REDACTED] turned to stone and used as a war trophy by the ☽☽☽ Initiative. The film ends ten minutes later, as three crescent moon decals are painted on the side of the Death Star by SCP-2578-D instances.
EMERGENCY ADDENDUM: I'm putting a moratorium on further experimentation with Star Wars. The possibility that we just gave a previously-fictional superweapon to the ☽☽☽ Initiative cannot be ignored as a significant risk to our safety. - Dr. Naismith

Subject: Dragon Ball Z: Battle Of Gods, 2013, PG
Interference Point: N/A
Result: N/A
Note: Request denied. The possibility of a nonfictional group of interest enlisting the aid of planet-destroying humanoids poses even more of a risk than the Death Star. Even Yamcha would be a potential new keter to worry about. - Dr. Naismith

Subject: Monty Python and the Holy Grail, 1975, PG
Interference Point: Shortly after the initial onscreen appearance of King Arthur.
Result: King Arthur is hit by an Impaler Event from an SCP-2578-D instance shortly after appearing onscreen, following which a large number of SCP-3922-A instances arrive in dropships and announce a military occupation in order to "bring an end to tyranny". This is followed by a short montage, in which the remaining knights are arrested on various charges, the Rabbit of Caerbannog is killed by a "tactical holy smart bomb", and the historian is arrested for "unlicensed time travel". The film ends with a SCP-3922-A "tactical health specialist" arriving at the house of the unnamed animator and providing treatment for "heart problems".

Subject: Music video for Judas Priest's "Breaking The Law", 1980, Unrated
Interference Point: Shortly after Rob Halford opens the bank safe.
Result: Several SCP-3922-A instances enter the bank carrying submachine guns. The "robbery" itself is considered by the instances to have been staged, but the group is given a brief but stern talking-to about "promotion of criminal values towards minors", after which the video ends.

Subject: The Simpsons, Season 4 Episode 12 "Marge vs. the Monorail", TV-PG
Interference Point: After the characters finish singing the "Monorail" song.
Result: SCP-3922-A instances arrive in Springfield via helicopter and arrest conman Lyle Lanley for previously selling a faulty monorail to the city of North Haverbrook. SCP-3922-A instances then explain the nature of the monorail scam and announce they will be occupying the city of Springfield. Two "Tactical Transportation Experts" take over the monorail project and plan a legitimate mass transit system for Springfield. Over the course of the episode, well-known lawbreaking characters (Snake, Fat Tony, Sideshow Bob, etc) are arrested by SCP-3922-A instances and sentenced to forced labour in the monorail construction. The episode ends with Lyle Lanley being tied to the train tracks and run over by the monorail during its opening ceremony; various characters are seen uncomfortably smiling aboard the train surrounded by SCP-3922-A instances as the episode ends.

Subject: Site 19 Cafeteria security footage. Of note is that at ██:██ PM, ████████ █████ (a member of the foundation maintenance staff), was recorded smoking in direct violation of Foundation health and safety standards (█████ has since been reprimanded for this action).
Interference Point: None.
Result: No changes from original footage.
Note: SCP-3922 appears to have no effect on non-fictional recordings.

Subject: The Ballad of Smokes McGee1, Not Rated
Interference Point: 1 minute into the film, wherein the character of "Smokes McGee" (portrayed by ████████ █████) takes a smoke break, despite the narrator's insistence that doing so is a violation of Foundation protocols.
Result: Several SCP-3922-A instances burst into the room in full tactical gear. Security staff attempt to subdue the SCP-3922-A instances, only to be incapacitated by SCP-3922-A's energy weapons. The narrator expresses shock at this, wondering aloud what the "three moons guys are doing here". He then continues to narrate the events that proceed, explaining that they they have simply come to warn Smokes McGee about the dangers of smoking in a hazardous environment such as Site 19. The lead SCP-3922-A then confiscates and disposes of the offending cigarette, and informs Smokes McGee that this incident has already been reported to his supervisor.
Note: Assigning a fictional narrative to nonfictional footage appears to meet SCP-3922's criteria for "fiction".

Subject: The Spongebob Squarepants Movie, 2004, PG
Interference Point: When Plankton attempts to steal King Neptune's Crown.
Result: Movie continues as normal until the point where SpongeBob and Patrick meet the cyclops2. Two SCP-3922-A instances wearing scuba gear promptly arrest the cyclops under 55 accounts of illegal hunting. The film then cuts to the Shell Shack, where several SCP-3922-A instances repossess all inventory in the store. David Hasslehoff, a witness to the event, is brought in for questioning.

Subject: Live recording of production of Shakespeare's Macbeth by D-class personnel, not rated
Interference Point: None, test canceled
Result: None, test canceled
Note: No. The risk of introducing SCP-3922-A to the current timeline is too great. All live testing suspended until further notice. Also, I know we're not superstitious here, but let's stay away from "the Scottish play," just the same. No sense inviting trouble when we have many other options.— Dr. Willis

Subject: Scott Tenorman Must Die, South Park episode, 2001, TV-MA
Interference Point: Before Cartman Explains His Plans in the Final Scene
Result: The contest is interrupted by SCP-3922-A instances who arrive in FBI Granger-style vehicles who are accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Tenorman. Cartman is arrested on the counts of over 30 different charges, such as attempted murder, scamming, racial discrimination, threats and other various crimes, Scott Tenorman along with the rest of the crowd and the arriving band of Radiohead is then informed that Cartman attempted to kill Mr. and Mrs. Tenorman by tricking them to trespass onto a trigger-happy farmer's property, where they would be shot and killed, where he then would then chop them up and serve them as chili, to the disgust of everyone present. Scott is told off with a warning for bullying Cartman, where Cartman is carried away to jail, he is then seen being executed by [REDACTED], the episode's final scene switches to an animated representation of Comedy Central headquarters, where animated characters of TV Show creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker are scolded by an SCP-3922-A instance, condemning their 'actions upon the townsfolk of South Park', was they are both then terminated by an instance of an Impaler Event of SCP-2578-D.

Subject: The Straight Story, 1999, Rated G
Interference Point: First scene showing Alvin and the old lawnmower.
Result: A heavy-lift helicopter, evidently piloted by instances of SCP-3922-A, loads the protagonist and his lawnmower into a cargo container and rapidly transports them to Mount Zion, Wisconsin.

Subject: The Human Centipede (First Sequence), 2009 (unrated)
Interference Point: Entire film
Result: Entire film is replaced with a title screen consisting of the word "ongeschikt3." This appears onscreen for four minutes, then the film ends.
Note: After further audio inspection, shouts from SCP-3922-A and yells of pain from Josef Heiter are present throughout the film. In the last 30 seconds, pleas for mercy and forgiveness of American movie director Tom Six are heard before two gunshots silence both individuals.

Subject: Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, 2001, PG-13
Interference Point: End of the battle on the slopes of Mount Doom
Result: Instance of SCP-3922-A prevents Isildur from using his father's sword to cut the One Ring from Sauron's hand. Sauron's lifeless body is buried in a civil ceremony, and the question of ownership of the One Ring is referred to the probate office in the relevant lawful jurisdiction.

Subject: BioShock Infinite, 2013, M (ESRB)
Interference Point: None
Result: Researcher Tranh plays through the entirety of the game in one 14-hour sitting, including meal and bathroom breaks. No anomalous activity is recorded.

Subject: Full recording of Researcher Tranh's playthrough of BioShock Infinite
Interference Point: Beginning of game
Result: The opening dialogue, delivered over a black screen, is replaced with audio of main character Booker DeWitt struggling and drowning. The video then cuts to a pixelated version of the triple-moon logo, underneath similarly-styled text reading: "WINNERS DON'T USE TEARS! SAY NO TO TIMELINE POLLUTION! [REDACTED], CHRONOSPATIAL PROTECTION AGENCY, ☽☽☽" . This lasts until the end credits, which are played over silence.

Subject: A three-hour recording containing only the cutscenes of Bioshock Infinite
Interference Point: Beginning of game
Result: Same as the previous test, with the timing of the end credits matching that of the source video.

Subject: The Sopranos, Season 5 Episode 13 "All Due Respect", TV-MA, as recorded on SCP-2614
Interference Point: N/A
Result: N/A
Note: We do not usually record denials on experiment logs, but Dr. Schmidt and myself feel the need to be abundantly clear in our response: over our cold, dead bodies.— Director Naismith

Subject: SCP-1733 , not rated
Interference Point: Beginning (Playback 63)
Result: SCP-3922-A instances appear in the middle of the basketball court and begin to check all possible exits. After ten minutes of failing to open the doors, the SCP-3922-A instances regroup and instead attempt to calm the panicking crowd. Civilians approach the instances, begging them to save them. The SCP-3922-A instances respond that they do not know how they ended up in the stadium in the first place, and cannot find any escape method. Civilians then proceed to [DATA EXPUNGED], [DATA EXPUNGED] and [DATA EXPUNGED] the SCP-3922-A instances.

Subject: SCP-1981, not rated
Interference Point: Beginning
Result: Ronald Reagan, standing between a pair of SCP-3922-A guards, proceeds to give a coherent, albeit agitated, speech regarding the need for America to cooperate with the Soviet Union in "the struggle against Bogal Mountain and its gluttonous witch-queen." No damage to Reagan is observed, and SCP-1981-1 is observed in handcuffs.

Subject: SCP-2835
Interference Point: Beginning
Result: The video begins without the usual opening sequence. SCP-2835-1 addresses the viewer directly, sobbing and visibly intoxicated, and yelling "Naismith, you goddamn snitching swiss cheese eating whore!" and variations thereof. A poorly-drawn SCP-3922-A instance in the background approaches, saying "Let's go, Paddy. We're only trying to help." SCP-2835-1 attempts suicide with a shotgun blast to the face, only to become mildly dazed, with stars circling his head. Video ends.
Note: Testing of SCP-2835 afterward, without the influence of SCP-3922, consisted of SCP-2835-1 spending the entirety of the video lamenting its inability to "people die, not just cartoon die."

Subject: 1984 (1984), R
Interference Point: Beginning
Result: The film is extended to be 18 hours long, with a large army of SCP-3922-A invading and occupying Airstrip One. At 17 hours, all the inner party members, including Big Brother, are all executed by SCP-3922-A instances by gunfire. A SCP-3922-A instance holds a speech in Victory Square, where they announce the occupation of the British Isles, returning Liberty and Justice to the people of Great Britain and Ireland, preparing to invade the rest of the World, where it is followed by a montage of SCP-3922-A instances invade the rest of Oceania, Eurasia, and Eastasia, where their leaders are executed. The film ends with Winston Smith meeting Julia, and presumably falling in love.

Subject:A chronological recording of cutscenes from The Binding Of Isaac: Afterbirth+, 2017, M (ESRB)
Interference Point: Final cutscene
Result: The chest is opened to reveal an exhausted, emaciated Isaac, who looks up to see two SCP-3922-A instances scooping him out of his would-be tomb. A montage follows, chronicling Isaac being fed, given medical attention, and eventually thriving in a 3922-A-supervised foster home, while his mother is apprehended and subjected to an agonizing but ultimately effective regimen of in-patient psychotherapy. The last scene ends with Isaac in his mother's hospital room, the two of them hugging and smiling tearfully.
Note: On the day following this test, Binding of Isaac creator Edmund McMillen reported having had "the most wonderful dream" on his Twitter account, and reporting that the world felt "just a little brighter".

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