I feel like this is a wee unfinished
Date: 23 May 2012 22:36
Number of posts: 62
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I'm on the fence with the SCP cross-tests. On the one hand, this is one of the few SCP test logs where cross-tests are actually viable and could be an interesting addition. On the other hand, I don't like which SCPs you chose. Going straight for the most famous ones may not be a great idea.
My first thought when reading the original article was "FOR THE LOVE OF GOD MAN GIVE IT TO SCP-173," but seeing the "Unknown Language Lol" trope used here is a bit underwhelming. Some mysteries are best left unsolved I guess.
I'd also like to see what happen if you gave it to the current Dr. Jack Bright; would it display the host body's history, or Bright's history?
I'm thinking of including Bright, Crow, and Clef, as their results may all be abnormal.
Should I send them each a message for permish of character usage, or would they really care?
It needs more. Maybe present it to Cassy, or the Little Misters (with their authors' permissions, of course). No vote for now.
We already know where Cassy came from (she's the painting, right?).
She's the drawing made by 914
It's now a collab log, so anyone can add stuff! Yay!
Oh, so a collab doesn't need senior staff approval?
I don't like 682's, but the others were pretty good. Quite a few people consider 682 to be an interdimensional being. I think that theory would suit your article rather well, and you could either A. make it say nothing or B. start the description at when it appeared here. You can do whatever you want, this is just my suggestion.
EDIT: DO THE CALCULATOR OR THE YARN. WE MUST KNOW.
We got some background on them, in a tale that I can't find right now.
Tale ignored the fridge though. (and the other one I always forget)
Note: Making presentation of SCP-1402 to each staff member annually necessary is currently under O5 review. -O5-█
Given the Foundation's size, this is probably impossible to implement, but even if it could be implemented, it shouldn't be. Have we already forgotten SCP-884?
Oh damnnation, for some reason I forgot the fact that the Foundation is EVERYWHERE.
I will fix this ASAP.
The Foundation being everywhere is a practical problem, but even if the Foundation were smaller, exposing them all to the same SCP is a really bad idea. What if it has unknown side-effects like SCP-884? What if the first Foundation staff (other than the already-criminal D-class) it was used on turning out to be a Serpent's Hand conspirator wasn't just a coincidence, and this thing actually altered reality like SCP-1191 to make that the case? The O5 personally avoid interaction with pretty much any SCP object for precisely that reason; none of them would ever even consider proposing something like this, even if we had a hundred copies of this briefcase and actually could expose every member of the Foundation to them.
I see your point here, that would be pretty ridiculous. But what say you of the recent edit in which only those suspected of felony/treason are required to be tested?
I was loving it, right up until presented to SCP-682 and Agent went into a 'chronic depression' after a week of coma.
Chronic Depression is characterized by a long-term (two years or more) depressed mood. As it happens, chronic depression is actually less severe.
For the sake of science, please edit that bit into something along the lines of.. When awoke from the coma, he was diagnosed with Major Depressive Episode which later on evolved into a Chronic Depression.
I can understand the need to present this scp to other scps, but I think it would be nice if presented to some other random seemingly normal objects.. and maybe find something really interesting about them?
Dr. █████ was relieved of his duties and given a class A amnesiac.
This guy commits treason and he's given an amnesiac after being fired, he should've been terminated or reduced to D Class.
Yeah, I was wondering about that and just how ethical it would be. So in taking advice from one of the pros, I'll add in a D-Class assignment.