Dr. Alto Clef is an enigmatic scientist and gun enthusiast working for the SCP Foundation. He is known for being one of the most mysterious non O5 employee currently working for the foundation. It is impossible to properly photograph his face for some reason, as it is always swapped with the face of a random animal.
Clef is renowned for his habit of brutally "decommissioning" extraordinarily dangerous SCPs. Clef is brutally efficient and will not shy from wasting countless innocent lives in the name of science and the protection of the outside civilian world. He is also well known for his attempt to murder the reality bending child prodigy SCP-239. Although this can be attributed to SCP-239's mysterious habit of accidentally bending the intentions of others to match her perception of their intent (in this case Clef scolding her for using her "powers" in a dangerous way made him seem especially threatening to her). Women have an almost instinctive distaste and in some cases, fear of him. It is thought that at this point he is either the literal devil himself or a being of ancient Sumerian origin due to his romantic involvement with an SCP of Sumerian history.
Other Involvements and Reputation
Clef is considered as the Foundation's local "badass," if you will. A humorous rumor, while silly but taken quite seriously to some, is that Clef has no penis; just another fist holding a gun. Clef's personality, as his name suggest, is that while he is annoying at some instances he is able to do his job with precision and competence, sometimes even a bit too much.Clef once came to the Foundation with a chainsaw that he thought had some supernatural properties. However, he was not informed of the annual costume party and he had the chainsaw at hand, which resulted in him killing half of his own research staff as he was under the impression there was a D-class riot (which everyone was dressed as). As it turns out, it was just a normal chainsaw after all.Clef and Dr. Bright are not allowed in same room with each other without a responsible researcher present.