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SCP-069 appears to be a commercially produced software DVD and accompanying instruction manual in its original soft case.
SCP-069 is reportedly "very well written" and "decently drawn", according to male test subjects who have been exposed to the software.Karen █████████: The leader of the Sisters Club, Karen is strong and stubborn individual who despises bullies and never backs down from a fight.She was nicknamed "Break" by the other students for supposedly breaking the arm of an upperclassman, but under her tough exterior is a soft side that is rarely seen.Such subjects will often use SCP-069 for hours at a time, neglecting all other activity in an attempt to attain "100% completion".Female test subjects exhibited little to no interest in SCP-069. Even then, there is this chilling account from an old journal, dating around 1702: (Translated from German, some words may be inaccurate) "My child, my Lars… He said he went into the groves by our village and found one of my cows dead, hanging from a tree.
They called him "Der Großmann" [Sic], the tall man. Bad children who crept into the woods at night would be chased by Der Großmann, and he wouldn't leave them alone until he caught them, or the child told the parents what he or she had done. The only thing that we found was a scrap of black clothing. " I asked him what he was talking about, and he told me some nonsense fairy story about Der Großmann.
Description: SCP-069 was retrieved by SCP-507 during a displacement period lasting from ██/█/200█ to ██/█/200█.
Upon his return, SCP-069 was found in his possession and immediately taken into custody by the recovery team.
She is playful and outgoing, but worries that others think she isn't mature or feminine enough because she has never had a boyfriend.
Rachel █████████: The class representative of your homeroom and a top student at Cheyenne Point Academy, Rachel is a kind and caring figure who is always willing to help but secretly isn't very confident about herself.
I know of an old Romanian fairy tale, highly unpopular even in its earliest iterations.