Okay, so first thing, vision doesn't work that way.
Something that absorbs 99% of visible light (like vantablack) is so dark it appears 2 dimensional. It would look like microscopic vantablack. IE. Not invisible.
Second- Use metric.
This scp had some interesting very serious silliness. Watching the containment procedures change from something like 682 down to box with lid for light eating ball of flesh has an element of dark humor I'm entirely certain you didn't intend.
Anyway that's my nickel. Good luck.
Let's just say they caught it because it was already fully grown, then they made a chamber for it after kicking this shit out of it and they "escorted" it there (still don't know how that would work). Maybe, I don't know, just an idea.
A few general things first:
- Give the How to Write an SCP guide a read. The Formatting and Templates tabs can help you make your article look like others on the site (like bolding the Item #:, Special Containment Procedures:, etc.)
- I think you're probably just using it as a placeholder, but just in case you aren't: you won't be allowed to post in the SCP-3000 slot, we have to fill up SCP-2000 to -2999 first.
- It's is used for shortening it is whereas its is used to show something belongs to it (similar to his or hers)
- As Raieth pointed out, the Foundation uses metric for measurements.
Overall, I think this idea definitely need developing; there's not much here.
Thanks, I will definitely try to work on it some more and make all those changes to it. I do agree that it needs developing and it will take a while for it to actually become better, but I try.
As I was saying in your general discussion thread, this isn't ready to post. First, you may want to address some of the concerns raised by other users. I'm seeing a lot of the mistakes in the draft that others have pointed out. Further, there isn't much here beyond a very basic description of a monster. Simply having something that exists, the end, is not enough to support a full article. You may want to read some more SCPs off Top Rated Pages This Month to get an idea of the level of quality expected from mainlist articles. I don't think you're quite ready to author a work yet.