After reading many successful SCPs, i have made a draft that i think will go well in the community. Here is my Sandbox, this draft is in the fourth tab. Open to all critique.
Conceptually: It's a thing that kills you. You can pad it however you want, at the end of the day, you eat it, it kills you. That, by itself, is not very interesting. If you want to keep the idea, you're going to need to prop it up with strong background information, why it exists, how the foundation has it, etc.
As far as I could tell, these things are inert. There's no reason these shouldn't be Safe, and the containment procedures cut just locking them in a box somewhere.
Execution-wise: -1 and -2 are not functionally different, they should just be called by one name. Tone looked good, and the formatting's alright.
Unfortunately I'm responding from a phone right now, so I can't link it, but my suggestion is take this idea over to Ideas and Brainstorming, refine it, and then redraft. Everlasting gobstoppers as a SCP is a neat idea, but just killing those whose consume it isn't interesting.
Minor things I can think of after reading it:
That's all I got for now. Feel free to ignore me, but I think some of these things would help. Ta ta!~
Alright, let's see what we've got.
- Dimensions. Why .35 m3? Will Bad ThingsTM happen if the boxes are .36 m3 or .34 m3?
- Titanium. Why do you need Ti alloy? It's really not stronger than other metals, it's just got a better strength-to-weight ratio. You can make the boxes thicker for the same strength at lower cost.
- The "number(#)" (e.g. "four(4)") usage is not needed in this case. It's really only needed for high-precision measurements (e.g. pharmacology).
- Why do we need constant observation?
- This isn't Keter. Stick in in an opaque box, lock the box and put it in a storage slot and there'd be no issues. Should be Safe.
- Death for the sake of death doesn't jack up the scary the way you're trying to. Imagine if this didn't kill you, but left you alive with the conditions it inflicts. Often in the SCP-verse, death is a release, not something to be frightened of.