it took me most of the night lol but here it is my first SCP
so please tell me what you all think and if I've missed any punctuation lol.
In my opinion this SCP could use some serious work. As of now it isn't anything more than a weird superpower. I don't care about the Dr. as a person and you've given no story for either her or the amulet. There isn't even any mention of how it bonded to her. You have a few tonal breaks and the grammar could use a touch-up but unless you make me care this isn't going to stand on it's own. The test logs don't add anything new to the story and seem superflous. Choose what you want to make the reader feel (scared, worried, confused, sympathetic, homesick) and craft a story around that goal. You can improve the small things but unless you weave something interesting into this i can't see it going anywhere.
yeh thanks for the feed back I agree totally probably shouldn't write all night a total rewrite is in order me thinks I did have head cannon in place for the redactions the wolves causing psychotic episodes or something to be honest I don't know what I was thinking for most of that :/
I have to start by saying this is purely about this one particular idea, not you or your potential as an author or your ideas in general. Just this one idea, and these drafts thereof. There is an infinite world of ideas out there for you to keep practicing and learning with, and sooner or later you'll find that perfect first SCP idea.
That said: I just don't see this bird flying on its own wings.
This is not a strong idea, and the character, whether this was the intention or not, reads like a forced attempt to create an author avatar. There are ways to do those well, but they are extremely hard to pull off, and this doesn't. I'd really recommend more brainstorming and pursuit of some other SCP ideas. You can always come back to this one later.
Meta-Advice going forward from here:
As DodoDevil said, story is the keystone of an SCP. An interesting anomaly is only the skeleton of an SCP- you want a strong skeleton, but by itself its just a dead framework. The flesh and blood of a scip are the ripples caused by that anomaly: stories of people and entities caught up in bizarre events or trying live some semblance of an ordinary life in extraordinary circumstances; the analyzed repercussions of something which should not exist, existing; tales both grim and wondrous from places beyond the edge of reality. A cool anomaly or rich story can make up the other being weaker, but the heartiest SCP's grow a strong body of story around a solid anomalous skeleton.
Like I said before, keep brainstorming and trying ideas. It doesn't matter if you have to plow through a thousand ideas that don't work. So long as you keep digging, eventually you'll find one that does.