thats the link, so yeah, just give feedback/ tips if its ok.
also if you can come up with a name, that would be great.
Unfortunately, the idea for this is kind of lacklustre - we have lots of humanoid skips who kill people if you make them angry by not doing what they want. You're going to have to try very hard to distinguish yourself if you want to a skip that is, at it's core, a guy who kills people and is hard to kill. We have one of those: his name's Able. Your guy's going to have to make himself a lot more interesting. A good way to know if your humanoid SCP is not overpowered: do you look at him and go, "Yikes, I'd hate to be that guy!" If not, change it until you do. One of my favorite humanoid skips is 811, the Swamp Woman. Yes, she has cool and powerful abilities, but they also cause her pain and loneliness. Same for 1440: he's immortal, but he wanders endlessly without being able to rest, and causes death and destruction everywhere he goes. I wouldn't want to be either of them, but that's why I love them. If you're writing about someone with powers, make sure they suffer for them. That's what's interesting about humanoid skips - the tragedy inherent in their situation. This guy isn't tragic - he's an X-Man.
There's also a lot of tone issues and small grammar/spelling mistakes throughout. Maintaining a clinical tone is important, because it's a unique part of the SCP Things like not using all caps in interview logs, referring to your skip with as "it" and not "him." If you'd like me to go through and do a sweep for tone issues to show what it should look like, I'd be happy to. Feel free to message me with any questions you have - I don't bite!
Also feel free to come into chat and talk to us about ideas you have - we may seem a little prickly, but if you're polite, patient, and mature, we'll open up quickly. Happy writing!
Gonna hop in with some guide recommendations, because "pull a sword out of nowhere" and the paragraphs upon paragraphs of random behavioral stats down to the 28.whatever second mark for some description is waaaaay too much unnecessary data and not enough story. We don't need a video game play-by-play.
Author, maybe read over this essay on common SCP pitfalls to get an idea of what elements to avoid putting in an SCP article.
Definitely read over the the humanoid writing guide if you want to try to make this work. Humanoids are actually one of the most difficult types of article to write successfully; if you're really set on writing one, then make sure you're familiar with what the current community expects in a good humanoid article.
Okay, I think this would benefit from looking at things line by line:
this actually helps alot, thank you, i will try to edit/ redo / scrap it, after reading this i realize i have a tendency for typos. :/
anyway, thank you for taking your time and going over everything, i will try to do better.