My SCP idea is a sentient artist sketchbook that has the ability for its current owner to create their own personal worlds, objects, creatures etc. into a separate reality they and everyone within a certain distance around them can experience, but can also create works that can make their way into the real world. The SCP will also protect itself and their current owner at all costs covering itself and it's owner in an ink like substance. This SCP is not all fun and games however, anyone that takes the SCP from its current owner will be covered by the ink like substance that will immediately start to melt away all of their organic tissue with the exception of bone.
That's not a bad idea. I wonder how it could be contained as it have to be taken away from its owner. What will it done after being contained, I can see its potential as a Euclid / Keter class .
If you can make it unique compared to some similar stuff on this site then it could work.
Thank you so much for you opinion on this idea, could you give me some examples of SCPs that are similar except for 826 it would be extremly helpfull! :)
this might help
though not identical, the idea of creating alternate realities through literature has been explored long ago
We actually have a couple around that theme - http://www.scp-wiki.net/to-be-noir-not-to-be is the newest entry on that particular front, and there's a bit of a new canon forming around it.
Thank all of you for your feedback on my idea! I have some vague ideas in my head concidering containment proceedures.
The SCP as of current knowlege of the foundation cannot be separated from its owner for more than aproximatly 4 hours by any means and will cause the SCP to teleport into direct or indirect possesion of the owner and therefore must be contained with its owner.
The question is should the owner be treated as a prisoner, be given a comfortable environment inside a containment cell with the SCP, and/or given the option to roam without the SCP for a specific amount of time unless his privalages are taken?