- 1 Vital Items
- 2 Medical items
- 3 Ballistic Vests
- 4 Hazmat suits
- 5 Electronics
- 6 Batteries
- 7 Eyedrop bottles
- 8 Misc
- 9 Item SCPs
- 10 Other
- 11 Trivia
Vital Items[edit | edit source]
Gas Mask[edit | edit source]
The Gas Mask is used to negate the effect of the gas used in the locker rooms or the gas catwalks. The gas will normally cause the player to die after 1-2 minutes.
"Super" Gas Mask[edit | edit source]
Refining the Gas Mask on "Fine" or "Very Fine" throughout SCP-914 yields a version of the Gas Mask which slows down stamina usage greatly, granting an almost indefinite sprint to the player. This feature can be counteracted by other stamina reducing objects or SCPs. The inventory name and icon will not change, though. Its stamina regenerating effects will stack with the mysterious hazmat suit. As of the latest update, the gas mask does not negate the effect of SCP-714, and the player will still be unable to run with both worn.
Heavy Gas Mask[edit | edit source]
If the gas mask is combined with an ingot of SCP-148 and put through SCP-914 on "Fine" or "Very Fine", it will produce the Heavy Gas Mask. This variant of the gas mask grants the player immunity to SCP-012's effects
Keycards[edit | edit source]
- Main article: Keycards
Keycards are needed for all SCP containment chamber doors, some offices, and several other areas. Keycards consist of Levels 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and Omni.
Different level keycards can be unlocked by either finding them in separate rooms or putting them through SCP-914 on Fine or Very Fine, however, the chances of getting a keycard paste level 3 in SCP-914 are very low. The chances supposedly increase with the more achievements the player has.
Night Vision Goggles[edit | edit source]
- Main article: Night Vision Goggles
These googles allow to see certain invisible threats and navigate in the darkness.
"Blue" Night Vision Goggles[edit | edit source]
The standard Night Vision Goggles can be refined on "Very Fine" through SCP-914. This creates a blue-view version of them with special abilities - although its inventory name doesn't change, the icon does. These goggles help you avoid Euclid and Keter SCPs and humans (dead or alive). They tell you how far away you are from them in meters. When equipped, the top of the screen reads, REFRESHING DATA IN(seconds). When the timer runs out, the goggles will "update" and you see the current positions again. Note that this also counts as blinking, and has to be managed as a second blink meter. The blue version still requires batteries.
"Red" Night Vision Goggles[edit | edit source]
The standard Night Vision Goggles can also be refined on "Fine" through SCP-914 to create a red version of the goggles. These goggles do not require any batteries and are effectively the same as normal night vision googles.
Medical items[edit | edit source]
First Aid Kit[edit | edit source]
First Aid Kits are used to alleviate or stop bleeding and recover health from gunshots and various other wounds. Upon using it in the inventory, the player will crouch and start patching themselves up. Since it takes a few moments until the player finishes patching themselves, it is not recommended to use it while being shot or near a hostile SCP. Depending on how severe the injury is, it can either stop blood loss entirely or slow it down. Even with a first aid kit, the player will more than likely not survive several gunshots. They can be found from SCP-914's chamber, Dr. Harp's office, and the Maintenance Tunnels. The normal first aid kit cannot heal past 0.5 damage, and will heal regardless of how much health you have. This means it can actually be worse to use; for example, the player could have 0.3 damage and the first aid kit will bring that to 0.5.
Small First Aid Kit[edit | edit source]
The Small First Aid Kit is created by placing the normal kit into SCP-914 on the "Fine" setting. It should be noted that the small first aid kit is more effective against wounds and heals faster, but has a lower chance to stop bleeding.
- This cannot heal you when you use SCP-1162 without any items in your inventory.
Blue First Aid Kit[edit | edit source]
The Blue First Aid Kit is created by placing the normal kit into SCP-914 on the "Very Fine" setting. The Blue First Aid Kit can cause any of the following conditions:
- Increased speed, followed by death.
- Inverted mouse controls.
- Blurred vision for a lengthy period of time.
- Blood loss and injuries fully healed.
- Injury level set to 3.5, regardless of any previous injuries.
Strange Bottle[edit | edit source]
The Strange Bottle is an item that can be acquired by placing a first aid kit in SCP-914 on the "Very Fine" setting. Using the bottle has varied effects, which include:
- Being teleported to the Pocket Dimension.
- Curing all injuries and ailments.
- Heavy bleeding.
- Nausea, blurring the player's eyesight for a period of time.
It should be noted that nausea cannot be cured using SCP-500, but rather smoking SCP-420-J. Also, even if SCP-106 is contained, the player will still be teleported to the Pocket Dimension, but SCP-106 will not appear in it.
Syringe[edit | edit source]
The 2 syringes can be found on the players left in the medical bay where an SCP-008-2 instance is lying in wait. Using it will cause the 2 following effects.
- 10 unit of blood loss
- Increased speed recharge
- One of the syringes has blood on it, and using it will infect the player with SCP-008
A message saying "You injected yourself with the syringe and feel a slight adrenaline rush" is displayed when used.
Ballistic Vests[edit | edit source]
Ballistic Vest[edit | edit source]
The Ballistic Vest is an item that provides protection from bullets. However, it does not protect the player from being hit in areas such as the leg and head. This protection allows the player a chance to escape from the NTF, but this is unlikely, given that they usually rapid fire. Once the vest is donned, the player's turning speed becomes slower. If the vest gets hit, the player's stamina will begin to drop, as well as receive minor injuries. They can be found in the Warhead room and Dr. Maynard's office.
Heavy Ballistic Vest[edit | edit source]
The Heavy Ballistic Vest protects all but the player's head from bullets. Once donned, the vest will cap the player's stamina at 60% of the normal maximum, but will give the player more protection against MTFs. If the vest is hit, the player will receive minor injuries, but will not receive any further drops in stamina. It is created by putting the Ballistic Vest in SCP-914 on "Fine."
Bulky Ballistic Vest[edit | edit source]
The Bulky Ballistic Vest is unable to be picked up due to its weight. It is created by refining the Ballistic Vest in SCP-914 on "Very Fine".
Hazmat suits[edit | edit source]
Hazmat Suit[edit | edit source]
The Hazmat Suit is used for protection from SCP-008 when the player enters its chamber, and it is located in the small storage area right outside its chamber door. Once donned, the suit will cap the player's stamina at 60% of the normal maximum. Since version update 0.9.1 the Hazmat Suit now protects the player from decontamination gas like the Gas Mask . The Hazmat Suit takes a considerably long time to equip, meaning it should not be put on or taken off in a chase even with the stamina cap.
Mysterious Hazmat Suit[edit | edit source]
The Mysterious Hazmat Suit grants the player with the increased stamina regeneration of the "Fine/Very Fine" gas mask. It can be obtained by putting the Hazmat Suit through SCP-914 on the "Fine" or "Very Fine" setting. Its stamina regenerating effects will stack with the super gas mask.
Heavy Hazmat Suit[edit | edit source]
The hazmat suit combined with SCP-148 and refined in SCP-914 on "Very Fine", the suit becomes the Heavy Hazmat Suit and would protect the player from the effects of SCP-012 and the tentacles inside SCP-035's chamber. Note that it will only reduce the damage taken by the tentacles, not grant invulnerability to them. Prolonged exposure to tentacle attack will cause injury and eventually result in bleeding.
Electronics[edit | edit source]
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- Main article: S-Nav
Displays a map of previously visited areas. If in use, the battery starts to drain. Combining a 9V battery will refill the meter. If used with SCP-914 on "Very Fine" it becomes an S-Nav Ultimate, not requiring batteries and indicates nearby SCPs. If an SCP is nearby, the S-Nav Ultimate displays the SCP's name and displays a red circle, which gets smaller as the SCP approaches. Be warned, on some computers, it can lag your game. If used with SCP-914 on "Fine" it becomes S-Nav 310, which unlocks the full map of the facility, showing areas the player has not visited yet.
Radio[edit | edit source]
- Main article: Radio
The Radio can be used to listen through five channels. It's essential in supplying the player with information by listening to conversations being broadcast amongst The Foundation. The 3rd channel can play user supplied music.
Batteries[edit | edit source]
9V Battery[edit | edit source]
18V Battery[edit | edit source]
When the 9V battery is placed in SCP-914 on "1:1," the player will receive an 18V Battery. It can only be put into the radio. Attempting to put it in the S-Nav will print a message reading: "The battery doesn't seem to fit."
Strange Battery[edit | edit source]
This version of the battery can be obtained by placing it in SCP-914 on the setting "Fine" or "Very Fine." However, the player cannot use it, as attempting to touch it will shock and ultimately kill the player.
This strange battery is not another model. Its model is a normal battery.
Eyedrop bottles[edit | edit source]
Eyedrops[edit | edit source]
The Eyedrops are obtained by putting the ReVision Eyedrops through SCP-914 on "Fine" or "Very Fine" setting. The resulting item from converting it to "Fine" or "Very Fine" setting have different effects. "Fine" eyedrops will slow down the blink meter for a longer period of time and alleviate some of the player's blood loss. "Very Fine" eyedrops will cause the player to stop blinking entirely for a prolonged period of time. However, the player's vision will become blurry over time until the player becomes completely blind for a set period of time, which can be dangerous when near SCP-173.
ReVision Eyedrops[edit | edit source]
ReVision Eyedrops is a small, blue bottle that, when consumed, will slow down the blink meter for a short period of time. A ReVision Eyedrops bottle can be found in EZ and it's used most effectively when encountering SCP-173. However, it is to be noted that no form of eyedrops will work while wearing SCP-714.
RedVision Eyedrops[edit | edit source]
By putting it through SCP-914 on the "1:1" setting, the player will obtain ReVision Eyedrops with a red label, titled "RedVision Eyedrops". The "RedVision Eyedrops" is used to stop blinking entirely for a short amount of time. However, the player's vision will be obscured and blurry, but will eventually be completely blurry allowing SCP-173 to move regardless of whether you are looking at him or not.
Misc[edit | edit source]
Severed Hand[edit | edit source]
The Severed Hand is used to open doors with DNA scanners. It can be found in the storage room near several crates and SCP-012's Containment Chamber behind 012 , which can be seen in a corner to the Player's left when entering.
Putting it through SCP-914 on the "1:1", "Fine", or "Very Fine" settings will turn the hand black.
The black hand can be used to open the blast door near the elevator to SCP-049's containment chamber, removing the need to enter it, where the player would encounter SCP-049 and two instances of SCP-049-2.
Documents[edit | edit source]
SCP documents are documents containing information on certain SCPs or Foundation information in the game, mainly to inform the player. When placing SCP documents in SCP-914 and have it set to 1:1, a different SCP document will appear.
Item SCPs[edit | edit source]
Other[edit | edit source]
Joint/Smelly Joint/Cigarette[edit | edit source]
The Joint and Smelly Joint are received by putting SCP-420-J through SCP-914 respectively on "Fine" and "Very Fine". Upon using either one of them, a message will appear saying, "UH WHERE... WHAT WAS I DOING AGAIN... MAN I NEED TO TAKE A NAP...", followed by death. The cigarette is obtained by putting SCP-420-J through SCP-914 on "1:1". Using it will display a message saying "I don't have anything to light it with. Umm, what about that... Never mind." and will be removed from the player's inventory, with no effects on the player.
MasterCard/Playing Card[edit | edit source]
The MasterCard is an item that has a chance of being created by putting any keycard through SCP-914 on "Very Fine," or by putting the playing card through on "1:1." If put through SCP-914's chamber on "Rough", it will output 4 Quarters, which can be used on SCP-294 .
The Playing Card is another useless item that can be created by putting any keycard through SCP-914 on "1:1" or "Very Fine."
Both items can be refined in SCP-914 on "Very Fine" to receive a keycard.
Origami[edit | edit source]
When placing a document into 914 and refining on a "Fine" or "Very Fine" setting, you can receive the Origami. It is a piece of paper folded into the shape of a crane. It serves no purpose in the game.
Paperclip[edit | edit source]
The paperclip is an item in SCP - Containment Breach, found in offices and through SCP-914.
Pencils[edit | edit source]
Pencils are also found in offices.
Lemons[edit | edit source]
Lemons are found in various places around the facility, like the trash can. They are likely a reference to Cave Johnson's rant about lemons from Portal 2.
Clipboard[edit | edit source]
The Clipboard Can hold Papers, Documents, Notes, and other Document Items.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Items can clip through the floor sometimes, due to buggy collision detection.
- Some of the SCPs are items. Some are helpful, while others are harmful.
- An example of a Helpful SCP Item is SCP-500.
- An example of a Harmful SCP Item is SCP-1025.
- Switching the Radio's Channel to "1" allows the player to listen to custom music, via the game's "Usertracks" folder found within the game's directory. (Use OGG files; Google it). Press "1" while on this channel to change the track.