For my first SCP, this is a bit of a jump, but I hope it will work out. Can anyone critique it for me?
1) Your sandbox should be named after you, not your article.
2) Your article should be SCP-XXXX, fill in as needed.
3) Euclid/Keter is not a thing.
4) Expungements in the containment.
5) You mixed up sentient and sapient.
6) You're inconsistent without your own terminology.
7) This doesn't do anything.
Honestly its just kind of there. There's nothing to really draw me in. You need something less monster manualish. Try thinking of an interesting story first and then create a SCP based on it.
@1 and 2, really don't matter to me as, they aren't official pages on here.
@5 Okay thats a mistake
@6 I thought there was mainly one terminology?
@7 Again, What?
Yes, they do apply to you. You can't reserve numbers for articles, and your sandbox is meant for all your future works, not just this one.
Mixed-classes only appear in ancient articles that have yet to be changed (That article is from 2008). They are unnacceptable by modern site standards.
You have expungements in your containment procedures. How are the staff supposed to know how to keep it locked up if you remove the information that tells you how to keep it locked up.
You have 1430-1 in one place, and 1430-2 in another, and define neither of them.
This article has no actual content, no hook, and looks to be the result of maybe twenty minutes of typing.
Alright, I will just trash this SCP. Thank you all for your help. I will make sure to follow these standards for my next SCP that is a lot more thought out, that I already have in mind.
PS. How do you make tabs on your sandbox?
You have to buy them at the store. But seriously, use the options link to look at the page source to get the tags. Wikidot has some other resources that I think the editor has links to.
Edit: ima stop trying to reply quickly on this phone.