There's the link. No, it's not much of a fleshed-out idea yet, but i thought it was interesting. I'm not expecting commenters to pull any punches - just please to elaborate even if your only reaction is "No way this is going anywhere, scrap the idea and go drown yourself in a bucket of carp." Any suggestions are welcome, etc, and an advance thank-you for taking a look is in order.
First: multiple spelling errors. Copy it into a word processor and run a spell-check.
all personell assigned to containment of infectees and expungement of SCP-XXX-02
I get what you're going for here, but the word "expunge" is usually (if not always) used on this wiki to denote removal/destruction of information from the reports themselves. Maybe substitute the word "destruction" or "removal" here?
Third: don't say that 87% of infectees are sleeper agents, then immediately say they're assymptomatic. It makes them sound like spies. Just say that they're assymptomatic.
This fluid is colorless and opaque, and annihilates itself upon touching nonliving or inorganic matter, erasing both the liquid and an equal amount of the object from existence
Not sufficiently clinical. I suggest re-writing as something along the lines of "…and on contact with non-living or inorganic material, apparently annihilating itself and an equivalent mass of the material in contact with it."
Overall, the tone and formatting could use some work, but overall isn't bad. Just a quick proofread would be sufficient. As for the concept, don't black out the temp needed to neutralize it; that's definitely something the (in-universe) reader would need to know immediately. As for the catchment area (and that word seems odd to me, but that's just me), why is it glass? If the decaying fluid eats through anything until neutralized by temp/radiation, include those more clearly in the containment protocols. "Radiation traps" sounds like you're trapping radiation, not releasing it. Hell, if I'm reading this correctly, they could install X-ray machines and it would neutralize SCP-XXX-2.
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The matter annihiliation seems shoehorned in, and the disease, other then the excreting from every orifice part, is fairly normal. It seems like you had two ideas here (a matter annihilating fluid and a disease) and haphazardly glued them together. The fluid part is a cool idea, though.
Thanks for the feedback. It's been spell-checked and edited. I figure i might address some of the points you raised here, just in case any further commenters can tell me if they're sufficiently explained or not.
The catchment area (which I've tentatively renamed a collection area) is supposed to be glass so cameras and researchers can actually look at XXX-02. Relying exclusively on thermal imagery for a Keter object just seems like sloppy work the foundation wouldn't touch with a ten-foot pole.
Radiation traps are supposed to be traps, which release radiation. Something analogous to, say, a spear trap. Hopefully the change to radioactive material containing canisters should make that clearer. And you are reading it correctly. putting a collection box on an x-ray machine would easily neutralize SCP-XXX-02. It's a disease; the danger it presents is in leaving it undiagnosed and untreated, not necessarily in its resilience.
onetruesolipsist: yeah, i can see why it would seem like that, but i did have the idea as one big lump. Doesn't mean it couldn't be (or shouldn't be, as it may prove to be) two different ideas. If it seems haphazardly glued together, any suggestions on how to make it more seamless?
on an entirely unrelated note, the addendum section is still in there because i have some ideas for extra stuff, but i'd rather have a solid SCP in before i try to build a little world around it.