This is a rewrite of the original SCP-667, by Bright.
Date: 18 Sep 2012 03:28
Number of posts: 15
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You still need to fix all those SCP-XXXXs. And as I said in the PM I just sent, I think that "alkaline compounds" would be better than "bitter compounds". And it's fairly obvious (to me, anyway) what state this is. If you really want to keep it redacted, change it to the 2 letter abbreviation and blackbox that.
Nevertheless, I like this a lot and upvoted.
Giving bearhugs to the unsuspecting since 1872.
I'm pretty neutral on this. It's good enough for the wiki, so I won't downvote, but it doesn't impress me or capture my interest at all, so I won't upvote either.
Feeding is to continue at a rate of one individual per day until SCP-667-2 becomes inactive.
- If mammals are its primary source of food, would one human body a day be enough to feed 0.5 square km of the stuff?
- During an active phase, wouldn't they want to feed it a lot, and quickly, so the active phase would last as little time as possible?
- Shouldn't it be regularly fed mammal carcasses during the inactive phase, so it never has to try to get food for itself?
Forensic analysis of skeletal remains found within SCP-667-1 indicate that it was introduced to the region shortly after the introduction of kudzu to the United States in the late 19th century.
In the presence of adequate nutrition, SCP-667-1 is capable of growing at a rate considerably greater than that of the standard kudzu plant; …
SCP-667 came to the Foundation's attention in 20██, …
Shouldn't the SCP have completely overtaken the entire U.S. by that point,
All attempts to capture a live sample of SCP-667-2 are currently prohibited pending development of a means to counteract its mind-affecting properties.
All human beings directly observing an SCP-667-2 swarm have described a strong hypnotic effect and a compulsion to follow the swarm
Couldn't people use goggles with tiny LCD screens which display what's being filmed by a helmet-mounted camera? Then they wouldn't be looking at it directly.