Fixed the link for you, author. The reviewer doesn't need to edit your page, just read it. ~Zyn
It looks like you haven't created the page yet. Make sure you click "Save" and NOT "Save Draft", since saving a draft won't cause the changes to actually appear, it'll just keep a digital copy of those changes.
As I mentioned in your previous thread, instead of replying to your own comments, you should edit your previous post using the "edit" function under the "options" tab to the lower right of every comment. That prevents spam buildup, and it's in the rules.
Also, people in the draft forums tend to prioritize threads with no replies.
That said, I took a quick look at your draft… and I'm sorry, but it's nowhere near ready for the mainsite. Three major things you need to look at before you approach fixing this:
- Your formatting is off. Check the "templates" tab of the How to Write an SCP Guide for a basic article template, complete with coding for the bolded headers so your work will look like the rest of the mainsite articles. If something as fundamental as the formatting has errors, people will take the piece a lot less seriously. If the author can't bother to take two minutes to make sure that the right things are bolded, why should the reviewer waste their time with something that obviously hasn't been polished up for a reader?
- Your containment procedures are really random and seem unnecessarily specific for reasons not apparently related to the object itself. 15 meter thick walls is a ridiculous waste of steel (also, what if the wall was 14.5 meters thick?), sedation would probably be a better alternative than providing the thing with an entire training course, and there is no way an SCP object would be allowed to work with Foundation personnel because it has no training certification, no duty bound to the Foundation, no documented experience, and no established reliable skills in-context. I recommend reading this guide on containment to determine realistic, workable containment procedures.
- Humanoids are actually very difficult to write successfully; if you're really set on writing one, then take a look at the humanoid writing guide. What you have currently is too self-indulgent and powerfully perfect for most people to be interested in, since we see these sorts of beast-men concepts get downvoted off the site almost every week.