Stage 3: Organs within the victim's body are broken down at a highly accelerated rate. Nutrients are diverted to the central mass, which undergoes rapid physical growth and begins to exert high levels of pressure on the ribcage.
This needs a plausible indication for time. This is because an anomaly is one thing, but transformation that rapid would require (and release) enough energy to cook everything in the room and cause structural damage to the building and the buildings around it. You know, thermodynamics. I'm being extremely unhelpful here because I have no exact values, but maybe you can ask an expert witness about it.
To be blunt, did you like the skip and feel reading it was worth your time?
The read was good. It's really weird, but that's where you were going for I presume.
How would you vote on this article if it were on the main site?
Neutral. Explained later.
If you didn't enjoy it, were there any aspects to it that you found interesting and believe are worth expanding upon?
I'm going to be extremely hypocritical now and point the same thing out that has been said to me.
I've been told that modern successful SCPs typically aren't just reports on objects, but stories in the form of reports on objects.
So you could expand on how the Foundation acts around the SCP, how they try to contain it. Expand upon the stories of your patients, what it's like growing up in the Foundation.
However, many SCP-XXXX-2 instances have expressed a strong desire to reconnect with loved ones, or at least inform them in some way that they have survived their disease,
Do the patients feel like themselves? Do they feel like clones? EXISTENTIAL CRISIS TIME!
I feel a bit iffy about the final addenda. I only just added it in this particular draft and I'm on the fence about including it. Do you agree? Disagree?
No, it's good. In fact, do more.