SCP-1162 is a hole in a cinderblock wall. Its anomalous properties are activated when a sentient being reaches into the hole to the depth that the girth of their arm allows. At this point, their fingers touch a solid surface similar in feel to the current location of SCP-1162, and they discover an item small enough to fit through the hole below their fingertips.
These items have universally been recognized as something that the user has lost, or was searching for at some point during their life. However, upon retrieval of the item, another item will vanish from the person of the subject. In addition, any object placed into SCP-1162 will disappear as soon as it is no longer in contact with a person.
In-game[edit | edit source]
When the player interacts with SCP-1162, it will manifest a random item, whilst taking a pre-existing item in their inventory. Should the player have no items in their inventory when interacting with SCP-1162, it will instead take the player's right lung, causing blood loss for approximately a minute before death.
Nostalgia items[edit | edit source]
SCP-1162 is capable of giving the player up to 5 "'nostalgia items". They appear to be items which hold historical significance to D-9341, as he will comment on each one and how it pertains to his past life.
Coin[edit | edit source]
The coin, a quarter dollar, is the only nostalgia item D-9341 does not directly comment on. Upon selecting it in the player's inventory, Blue Feather will briefly play.
Movie Ticket[edit | edit source]
"Hey, I remember getting this ticket from the Kickstarter! Wonder if it ever came out..."
The movie ticket is self-explanatory. The title of the film on the ticket, "Run", is a reference to Containment Breach: Run. Additionally, the name "Lotims" can be seen at the top left, although it is mostly scorched out.
Lost Key[edit | edit source]
"Isn't this the key to that old shack? The one where I... No, it can't be."
Old Badge[edit | edit source]
"Huh? This guy looks just like me!"
The old badge appears to have been a badge that once belonged to D-9341. It also partly reveals his full name, "Benjamin Oliver Walker".
"Why does this seem so familiar?"
A disciplinary hearing that may have a resemblance to D-9341.