Fixed the link. ~Zyn
Before I even begin to read this, I notice there are several format errors throughout the piece. There should be line breaks between each section, including item number, object class, and the containment procedures. You also used "SCP: 3000" When the correct form is "Item #: SCP-3000." Looking through the rest of the piece, there also are not line breaks between the paragraphs in the containment procedures or description. Line breaks are necessary for much of the SCP to be readable. Without line breaks, the text looks cramped, and suffers from looking like a wall of text.
Overall, this is a fairly boring article. I lost interest by the end of the interview, and stopped there. I'll only be critting up to that point.
This draft suffers from numerous issues. Conceptually, there's potential. It's a staff that randomly makes spiders. The tie in to 859 is surprisingly not over-done, and I think adds some conceptual weight to the article. I generally have a negative view of SCPs being based off other SCPs, but this was handed well, so I give you props.
The two biggest problems with this draft is that there are several mistakes in regards to science and containment throughout the article, and how boring it is. From what I read it's just a staff that makes spiders, and not much past that.
I want to go through and do a line by line analysis, so you can understand the problems I'm seeing.
That's as far as I've gotten. This has decent build, and I think it could be decent, but all the problem's I've mentioned made it hard for me to read. If you can fix those, I would love to give it another shot.