I've had a few SCP ideas of various levels of quality. Obviously I'd want to work on them one-at-a-time, but first I want to find out which ones are viable concepts and which ones aren't. These are the ones I've had so far:
- A being with the anomalous property of causing anyone who sees him/her or hears a specific physical description of him/her to start to view the SCP as superior to themselves, culminating in attempting to give the SCP offerings or worship of some kind. The Foundation purged their records of whatever is in the containment unit years ago to make sure the anomaly didn't spread, but they're reasonably certain it's human. It's sort of a parody or deconstruction of Mary Sues that seem to force people to like them, but in a different sense than Darkblade or 10101-J.
- A spooky but originally harmless group of alien beings that tried to attract people's attention using various methods, and left a trail that lead the Foundation to their base of operations. A relic was found in the place the aliens lead the Foundation to, but they ordered a D-Class to pick it up in case it was harmful. The D-Class slowly died while fused to the object, but it later became apparent that the D-Class had gained control of the aliens somehow or at the very least influenced them, since the beings switched from benign attention grabbing to murdering people in a similar manner to the D-Class when he/she was alive.
-A computer that can warp reality within a single, specific room, though anything created within the room cannot be brought out of it. The article would appear to be similar to 914 or the puppy-killing devices, with a humorous testing log involving Foundation researchers attempting to program the computer to do different things, but eventually it becomes apparent that the computer is sentient and has been purposely trying to appear harmless to distract the Foundation when in fact it's attempting to expand its area of influence outside of the room.
-A broken mirror (or other, more creative object) that causes a "bad-luck" field when people are within a certain radius, with effects intensifying the closer someone gets to the object. Because leaving the bad-luck radius could be considered "good luck", the object has an "event horizon" of sorts that causes people to become unable to leave once they get close enough to the object. The testing log would involve various increasingly unlikely bad things and noodle incidents happening to the D-Class that are ordered to stand a certain distance from the object. (e.g. "D-XXXX was instructed to stand 10 metres from the object. [DATA EXPUNGED] The remaining meteorites are contained at Site XX" or "D-XXXX was instructed to approach and touch the object. [DATA EXPUNGED] The governments of the five countries affected were compensated for the damage done, and the victims were given Class-B amnestics.)
-A group of land mines, grenades and various other explosives. The fragments that result from their detonation will grow into copies of the original device, and the explosives are capable of choosing when to detonate, so they can grow into an infestation if left unchecked. They prefer to detonate themselves when a human is nearby, since the fragments of the explosive will grow into new bombs within the person, allowing the bombs to spread themselves over a larger area.