My very long list of thoughts.
Because of Incident XXXX-2a, Doors are to be made out of the same Level-3 Anti-Corrosive Zeron 100 Alloy, and cell are not to be withing 100 m of each other.
You have an extra G in the word within,
a Hysteric episode
Unless hysteric is a TV show don't capitalize it.
Any personnel found to intentionally intimidate any SCP-XXXX subject, with the intent to cause a Hysteric episode, will be severely reprimanded and transferred away from SCP-XXXX.
What person in the Foundation would ever want to scare something for fun? And if they do this they will be transferred away, that goes without saying.
limited language based on English Phonetics.
Dafuq is a limited language? Perhaps you should say something more along the lines of a primitive language.
Inconel alloy doors
Again capitalization issues. Unless Inconel is a company or name don't capitalize it.
Since the initial discovery of Colony-1 (neutralized), 2 other colonies have been found, all around the ███ ████████ area. Colony-1 and Colony-3 have unfortunately neutralized each other in Incident XXXX-2a.
You're redundant here. you say colony-1 (neutralized) and then proceed to say colony-1 and colony-3 have neutralized each other. I feel that you should rewrite this section to say something like this:
Since the initial discovery of Colony-1, two other colonies have been found, in or around the ███ ████████ area
Note: Colony-1 and Colony-3 have neutralized each other in Incident XXXX-2a.
You use the word unfortunately here. I just don't see it as a necessary word. Also you use numbers instead of words. Don't do that. Numbers should be used for measurements.
Current Newspapers, to be collected from the ███ ████████ area
You could say to be collected from the previously mentioned area. This one was a questionable edit on my part.
provoked by 1 of the 2 Class D personnel
You've done it earlier and I'll say it again. Don't use number when you can use words. Only use numbers for measurements.
show signs of Hysteria and excrete the corrosive fluid
Your capitalization is gonna kill me one of these days.
The subject bled out.
Either an awkwardly worded sentence or not needed.
SCP-XXXX-14 was provoked by
Wait. What the hell? What is SCP-XXXX-14? When did this come into the article? You never mention it once in the description or the containment procedures. Say in the description how there are X number of these things. Then in parentheses put (SCP-XXXX-1 through 14).
Inconel Alloy doors
AAAHHHHGGGGGG! Now you do it to the A in alloy too! STOP CAPITALIZATION ERRORS!
instances of both colony's started fighting each other with weapons made from aluminum.
Dafuq is this? If they can kill a human with their tusks why not use those? Since when can they make weapons out of aluminum?
all 7 instances of SCP-XXXX in Colony-3 were neutralized as well as 3 of the 4 instances of SCP-XXXX in Colony-1, before the incident could be contained. SCP-XXXX-1 later died from it wounds while being treated by medical personnel.
NUMBERS! WHY DO YOU USE NUMBERS? Words work just fine for amounts of things.
SCP-XXXX is no longer aloud to have aluminum cans delivered with their weekly supplies.
I believe this has been mentioned before. Allowed not aloud.