The SCP Foundation is up to its freaking eyeballs in indestructible SCPs. We have so many of them, we could glue them together and outfit Mobile Task Force Omega-7 with indestructible armor.
Why does every goddamn extranormal object we bring in here have to be able to survive a nuclear explosion? The SCP Foundation's universe has become one in which almost every object blessed with unusual properties suddenly becomes a military-proof wonder of untouchability. This is absolutely unforgivable, a giant stain on the normally clinical and reasonable garb of the Foundation. Isn't this part, if not an embodiment, of the "tone problem" that some claim is killing this site?
As discussed in the previous thread regarding this, there are plenty of ways to keep one's SCP alive: namely, making it useful or interesting. What's wrong with allowing something freaky to be taken apart and put back together, and still work?
We could discuss why I'm right ad infinitum, like you guys did in the previous thread, but that wouldn't get anything done. I say we take some goddamn action. I say that we should systematically go through the non-humanoid SCPs which are indestructible for no goddamn reason, and see if we can revise them to be less retarded. Heck, I'd do it myself if you gave me the go-ahead.
I'll start this thread off with some quick lists of examples: SCPs for which indestructibility is just a useless tack-on, and SCPs which are indestructible but could be revised to have a much less retarded excuse for still existing. I'll end this post with a few SCPs where indestructibility works, just for reference.
SCP-287 - It's a pen! And it's useful! Why the hell does it need to be nuke-proof?!
SCP-179 - It's a cool, funny, unlimited supply of deadly gas. Just why does it need to be able to withstand sniper fire?!
SCP-458 - What's the harm in having it be dismantled? Just have it refuse to work unless it's intact enough to be completely closed. Some packaging tape around the hinge-flap from previous testing would give it some character, wouldn't it?
SCP-174 - An example of a new SCP being given indestructibility without forethought. Think of something creative; don't just give something invulnerability to "flesh it out".
SCP-431 - Then again, it's a Thing-Which-Allows-Fighting-Well, and kinda sucks. Perhaps just needs deletion.
SCP-175 - Doesn't have to be impenetrable. Just make it regenerating, and have disconnected pieces dissolve or become normal parchment.
SCP-118 - Doesn't have to be unbreakable. Say the broken pieces fuse together when reunited with the object. That works for creepy factor, as well.
SCP-068 - The original is the only indestructible one, so that quality flows pretty well with this one.
SCP-313 - It wouldn't be as hilarious if it destroyed itself on impact, right? THIS is the kind of reason you make something indestructible.
SCP-193 - It doesn't say "indestructible", and that's the beauty of it. Why not a scientific description of why a melee weapon would be very hard to destroy, as this SCP does, rather than a flat and disappointing "cannot be destroyed by normal means"?
SCP-104 - Even if it's a strange, space-warping object, this SCP shows that indestructibility doesn't have to be so black-and-white. It can certainly be damaged and shattered; it simply returns to normal the next time it moves.
This isn't an exhaustive list of items; it's to get the rest of you started. So, whaddya say we all band together and get these goddamn invulnerable knick-knacks revised or kicked off the site? Shall we?