SCP-1057, or "Absence of Shark", is an upcoming SCP in SCP: Containment Breach Unity Edition that will be added in as of yet an unannounced update.
Description[edit | edit source]
SCP-1057 is an animate empty space, five (5) meters long, in the shape of an adult tiger shark (Galeocerdo cuvier). It does not appear to have any mass; however, it displaces water by an unknown mechanism. SCP-1057's refractive index is approximately that of air, which makes it partially visible when immersed in salt water; as well, its "anti-shadow" is discernible under bright light. Experiments involving the insertion of inanimate objects into SCP-1057's "body" have revealed that there is nothing there; however, further experiments along these lines are contraindicated, as this triggers extremely aggressive behavior on the part of SCP-1057.
SCP-1057's behavior has been assessed by Foundation ichthyologists as being within normal parameters for an adult tiger shark. Any food consumed by SCP-1057 disappears, with the exception of the non-digestible fluorescent dyes which are regularly added to SCP-1057's food to facilitate monitoring its behavior. These dyes persist within SCP-1057 for five to nine days, and outline a digestive and circulatory system; several hypotheses to explain how this is possible when there is manifestly no actual shark present have been suggested, tested, and disproved.
In-game[edit | edit source]
SCP-1057 is not currently in-game.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- SCP-1057's chamber and implementation will be reminiscent of the Aqua-Ring and the Neptunes seen in Resident Evil 1 Remake (2002)