http://scpsandbox2.wikidot.com/jishwa First tab! I tried to stay pretty true to the original. I feel like the compulsion effect needs to be cut entirely, as it doesn't add much, but I want other opinions on that.
Hm. It's well written enough, but I don't find it to be particularly compelling. It doesn't really seem to be about anything, things happen and it's unpleasant but I never really got a sense of what you were trying to communicate to the reader. I didn't quite understand the logs or how they connected to the main article, but they were slightly unsettling in how they were written.
Whether you like it or not, history is on our side. We will bury you!
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I'm reading this over, and one of the first concerns I see is that this particular object is going to be rather quickly compared to SCP-847, because they both have similarities in composition and behavior (although completely different narratives).
As I read through the notes, I think that some historical research can help the story. I read "It was something about East Asia and our ancestor Frau Troffea" and started thinking about the history of Qingdao (or perhaps the Boxer Rebellion). If anything, this sort of looking can inform your story, give you new ideas, and make suggestions about how to engage the reader. However, leaving the whole history aside, we still don't know why people did call this ugly in the past, why it was important to call it ugly (or not), or what the narrative in the notes has to do with the anomaly present in the object.
All in all, it's been some time since pulling this together for this object. Some of that is my fault in managing the rewrite case for this. However, I don't feel the story is all there to keep someone interested. The prose is good, the language is appropriate, but as Roget mentioned, the story is not sufficiently hinted at.