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|“||Lime Liftoff will lift your spirits, and you! Available at all fine retailers within [REDACTED]. Only from Citrox. Supporting Schools in [REDACTED] Since 2000. Citrox Corporation waives all responsibility for injuries or deaths caused by drinking Lime Liftoff.||„|
|~ Advertisement on SCP-1863-A.|
|“||NEW NEW NEW! Heya, fellas and gals! Why don't you go down over to your local soda jerk and ask for some Sarsaparilla Cream? It's super-duper good! The taste is so breathtaking, you'll never take another breath! Guaranteed or your money back! Don't have some new-fangled fancy-schmancy scurvy drink; what are you, a buccaneer? Stick to Good Old Root Beer, a real Albanian Drink! Only from Carl's Caffeine Club!||„|
|~ Advertisement on SCP-1863-B.|
SCP-1863, also known as "Lime Liftoff (SCP-1863-A) and Sarsaparilla Cream (SCP-1863-B)", is a Euclid level object designation for two competing soft drinks sold exclusively within a town inside the state of Alabama. SCP-1863-A and SCP-1863-B are both highly addictive, despite having identical composition to equivalent non-anomalous soft drinks.
Both SCP-1863-A and SCP-1863-B can react to specific phrases, mainly praises or criticisms of the specific qualities of the SCP-1863 instance, such as flavor, chemical content, appearance, etc. Praising the respective SCP-1863 variety while condemning the competing variety appears to dampen the addictive effect.
However, criticizing SCP-1863-A or SCP-1863-B while in the presence of the respective instance can lead to various chemical reactions, such as pH fluctuations, combustion, or solidification when introduced to the human digestive tract. Both varieties of SCP-1863 are highly mutagenic, capable of drastically altering the functions of human organ systems.
SCP-1863-A - "Lime Liftoff"
SCP-1863-A is a sparkling lemon-lime soft drink with hydrogen used in place of the dissolved carbon dioxide, sold as "Lime Liftoff" from the Citrox Corporation.
SCP-1863-A mutates the diaphragm, causing it to act like a flotation bladder; it is capable of inflating with hydrogen gas either from the atmosphere or from SCP-1863-A and allows for humans who have imbibed enough SCP-1863-A to float up to 3m above the ground. Failure to regularly imbibe SCP-1863-A after drinking it results in the diaphragm collapsing, leading to suffocation without mechanical assistance.
SCP-1863-B - "Sarsaparilla Cream"
SCP-1863-B is a non-caffeinated Root Beer and cream beverage known as "Sarsaparilla Cream", sold by Carl's Caffeine Club.
SCP-1863-B targets the respiratory and circulatory systems, and removes the necessity for respiration, allowing the human body to function without the need for oxygen, instead relying on carbonation from SCP-1863-B or carbon dioxide from the atmosphere to perform bodily functions. Subjects who have drunk enough SCP-1863-B are capable of indefinitely staying in environments where a human being cannot survive without a breathing apparatus, such as underwater, in gas chambers, or at high altitudes without any detrimental effects.
Failure to regularly drink SCP-1863-B after drinking it for the first-time results in the inability for oxygen to be used in the body, and as the body cannot intake carbon dioxide without assistance from SCP-1863-B, death inevitably results within 24 hours of last consumption of SCP-1863-B.
Furthermore, SCP-1863-A drinkers will be highly aggressive towards individuals who have drunk SCP-1863-B at any point in their life, with the converse being true for individuals who have drunken SCP-1863-B. If an individual drinks both SCP-1863-A and SCP-1863-B within a 89 hour period, an anomalous chemical reaction will occur between the hydrogen and carbon dioxide in the two drinks, causing the digestive system to inflate and finally [DATA EXPUNGED].
Neither Citrox Corporation nor Carl's Caffeine Club have any record of operating within the USA prior to the discovery of SCP-1863; however, the Citrox Corporation reportedly operated out of the city of [REDACTED], Diekirch District, Luxembourg from 1982-1999.
- It was assumed that subjects consuming both SCP-1863-A and SCP-1863-B in 89 hours would have their digestive system inflated with some kind of gas, to the point that it exploded, likely killing them instantly.