With so many SCPs on this site, there are countless experiment logs and procedures that have been written that make us squeamish, make us wonder, or make us laugh. For example, SCP-294's experiment log makes us imagine the possibilities, while SCP-093's takes us on a strange adventure inside mirrors. What are some other great experiment logs that make readers dread, chuckle, or think for hours afterward about Foundation research possibilities?
I'm definitely leaning towards 261, but I really like 423's experiment log as well. 261 gives a lot of room for us to be creative, and 423 is a fun way to plug in our favorite (or most hated) book and see how 'Fred' will react. I find them both really amusing, but still serious enough.
I know they're kind of the obvious answers, but 914 and the vending machine whose number escapes me at the moment.
Of the ones I read, it is 682 for this one alone…
Item: Guest Researcher Dr. W
Tissue Test Record:
Termination Test Record:
Subject screamed in terror and pounded on the door to the test facility, begging to be let out. SCP-682 devoured it messily three minutes after being introduced.
Notes: Fucking sadistic asshole. I've got no sympathy for that moron whatsoever. Introducing children to this fucking monster? What the hell… Assistant Director Clef
Hehe, reading all the SCPs and tales, I rather think that it was Clef's idea and manipulated Dr. Wily to do it, and got rid of him after lack of success, so that his responsibility is never revealed. :D
Maybe this logic works not only at -Js.
682 termination log is by far my favourite.
Second is 294, man, I love that, so well built, has twist, and all.
I also love the 914 test log and also that hole that gives you something you lost while taking away something on (or inside!) you.
I'm extremely fond of 914's testing logs because, just like what is implied in the SCP article itself and the recent story by Gears, whenever you feel like you've started to understand the pattern or logic behind how it works, some test comes along that throws it all for a loop and drives you just a little bit more mad.
I can't read the 682 termination attempts without feeling the immense frustration and despair that the Foundation researchers must go through. It's one of the only articles that only really works if it's immensely long, I think.
Kind of inspiring, really, how despite their countless failures, they just keep plugging away at it. SCP-682 is an article about hope.