My first idea for an SCP/Tale, which explores the fact that there are other worlds out there, that may have their own SCP foundation equivalents. The premise is 'What if one of those foundations failed?'
This is my first idea for an SCP/Tale, and I wanted some tips, both to see if it is indeed good and to get some help with ensuring I do it right.
The premise of this idea is that there are many, many worlds out in the galaxy, and some of them may very well be inhabited. The idea is that these worlds have their own ideas of the paranormal, and their own equivalent SCP foundation. The tale/SCP itself will be focused on a mysterious signal picked up and classed as an SCP. Its contents cannot truly be determined, but the gist of it is that the signal was a final distress call/warning sent out from one of these planets, whose Foundation-equivalent failed, (Maybe they didn't perform Procedure 110-Montauk correctly), and their world underwent an XK-Class Scenario.
The SCP itself will be focused on Foundation scientists' attempting to decode this information, and slowly piecing together exactly what happened.
So what do you all think? Is it worth writing? Has it already been done? I would like to know before I go about this the wrong way and stick my virtual foot in my mouth.
I moved your thread description to the first post and trimmed it above, OP, since it was taking up a lot of space on the forum listing. Try to keep thread descriptions under 7 lines so you don't visually crowd out other people's threads. ~Zyn