This is an old draft from about a year ago when I first joined the site. I'm aware this falls into the "thing-what-does-a-thing" trope, though I thought I'd edit this to make it a bit better. Have a great one folks!
I have a few little suggestions about this SCP
"Any personnel attempting to open the safe without authorization of Dr. ████"
Its usually a bad idea to black-box anything in Containment Procedures. After all, say I want to study this SCP, I don't know who to go to!
Aside from that, I say this is a pretty solid SCP. However, the Addendum reports are pretty small, so I don't think any of them need to be put into a collapsible. Just do something like this:
- Upon further investigation, it has been noted that every stringed instrument used in conjunction with SCP-XXXX has had its frets removed.
- Via electron microscope imaging, the Latin phrase "Facies discordias" has been found inscribed upon the upper portion of SCP-XXXX. Carbon dating is currently being performed on SCP-XXXX.
- After research performed by MTF-γ5, ownership has been traced back to the 11th century. Its first documented reference was in the late 11th century in what is now turkey. SCP-XXXX was carried as stock by a byzantine merchant following a caravan of knights during the First Crusade. It was sold to someone who Foundation-employed Historians believe to be Peter the Hermit. This is notable due to the fact that it would be very unlikely for him to have been literate, nor would it be probable that he was a luthier. An account of his supposed acquisition of SCP-XXXX is still being translated from documents, which, through carbon-dating, have been determined to be approximately 950 years old.
So, yeah. There's my two cents.
Yeah I thought the same thing about the black-box thing. Only reason I didn't take it out was because I didn't want to like name-drop or anything. I'm thinking I'll just take that out the reference to a Doctor completely though. I'm also liking that idea about the addenda. I had thought they were a bit small too but wasn't too sure how to go about rectifying that, so thanks for the suggestion!