To: Researcher {{name}} {{surname}}

From: Researcher Annabel Xiulan

Hey {{name}},

I've just come up with the best idea for your problem.

So you know how you were saying that you can't put a thing into a narrative? Well, I had an idea.

What if you put a narrative... into a thing?

I know, I know, hold your applause and all that, but hear me out.

So SCP-4131 is sentient, so it has an intelligence, and common logic dictates that intelligent things generally contain a lot of information... which could possibly include a narrative?

I was thinking that if we inject a narrative into 4131 and have it simulate it at a high level, we could maybe invert the whole 'can't put a thing in a story' thing and use that as a framework for containing 3939.

Maybe this doesn't make any sense, but what do you think?

Annabel

To: Researcher Annabel Xiulan

From: Researcher {{name}} {{surname}}

Oh my god, you're right!

To: Researcher {{name}} {{surname}}

From: Researcher Annabel Xiulan

{{name}},

I am?

Annabel

To: Researcher Annabel Xiulan

From: Researcher {{name}} {{surname}}

Yes!!

Your idea makes no fucking sense at all!!

How the hell do you get a narrative into something? What the hell does 'simulate at a high level' even mean?

To: Researcher {{name}} {{surname}}

From: Researcher Annabel Xiulan

{{name}},

Dreams, dumbass. It means make your story a dream.

Annabel

To: Researcher Annabel Xiulan

From: Researcher {{name}} {{surname}}

Okay, that's actually not too bad of an idea.

Sorry for getting pissy at you last week.