The Time After Time Password Hub
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Between 2009 and 2020, a string of absurd stunts carried out by Foundation personnel proved the value and the danger of SCP-5109. The "One-Time Password" is a simple anomaly with surprisingly deep consequences, a string of forty-one characters which can only exist in one mind per reality. If you know it, you can't forget it. If you tell it to someone, you do forget it, and it now belongs to them.

At the start, it was used as a simple password. By the end, it was being used to combat dementia, defraud colleagues of their research findings, catch thieves, and set off bombs. Since it was the Chaos Insurgency setting off bombs, the O5 Council intervened and the password was declared off-limits.

Until today.



Daniil Sokolsky's plan is to explode seven plots by seven Groups of Interest at Foundation Sites around the globe. In England, Italy, India, Australia, the United States, South Korea and Japan, seven traitors are waiting for his seven messengers to arrive. They've got plans of their own; may the best plans win.



Prologue:

Character Development

Dr. Daniil Sokolsky has a dream and a scheme. The dream is to use SCP-5109 again, and show everyone what a genius he is. The scheme is to foil a whole bunch of other people's schemes.


Georgian Gothic

Dr. Udo Okorie is an expert on anomalous waste. Site-91 in Yorkshire, England is an anomalist's paradise. But she's not the only one interested in its library; the Serpent's Hand has a long reach.


Who Framed Ralph Roget?

When Interim Director Ralph Roget is accused of betraying the Foundation, his grandmother, Shirley Gillespie, enlists an unlikely pair from Site-43 to clear his name. What lies beneath Site-77?


The Moloch Mentality

Delfina Ibanez is five feet tall and tough as nails. But she's going to have to flex her mental muscles to solve the riddle of Site-36, where a conscientious graffiti artist is having a breakdown.


Meanwhile, in Australia

Australia is hot, and Dr. Lillian Lillihammer isn't happy. Was she the right choice to save Site-45 from the depredations of a long-embedded Chaos Insurgency mole, and dig him out at the root?


Not My Sloths, Not My Pit

The technical term for Dr. William Wettle is "an idiot." He's off to Site-87, S&C Plastics in Sloth's Pit, Wisconsin, where a narrative force doesn't suffer fools. Is there method in this madness?


If You Don't Know the Words

Something is about to happen at Site-87. It might be an attack by a pair of neo-legendary hackers. It might be Dr. Wettle suddenly developing as a human being. Whichever is less likely.


The Green Machine

Dr. Harold Blank knows nothing about Korea. He's going to have to learn a few somethings, and fast, to broker a deal between Site-13K and environmental terrorists who aren't what they seem.


Ready or Not...

The nexus around Site-79 in Japan has transformed its landscape along dream and video game logic. Director Allan McInnis had best start liking video games; he's in one. And he's not alone.


...Here I Come

Site-79 security chief Hachiro Kuroki has survived a week in Nexus-58 by keeping a low profile. But if he and Director McInnis are going to win this game, they're going to have to play it loud.


Spread the Word

Dr. Nhung Ngo knows people. It's the entirety of her job description. The staff of Site-55 know Groups of Interest. They don't know what Dr. Nhung Ngo has to do with anything. They will.


Whack-a-Mole

Dr. Placeholder McDoctorate and Dr. Daniel Asheworth are growing slowly insane at Site-120. They're about to get visitors from Site-43, who will engage in even more productive insanity.


♪ And many several more ♪

How far do you figure I can stretch the final… stretch?



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