Please critique this! I worked very hard on it.
Look, man. Dude. Dude bro man. Broseph. Mandude. Dudeguy.
It isn't a race. Please stop ignoring us when we're trying to help.
You misused keter. I want you to respond to this post with the definition of what keter object class means, and then follow that with an explanation of why your article is not keter.
And overall bad tone, bad grammar, bleh idea straight from the monster manual, same old song and dance.
Changing it to Euclid…
So it sucks?
You've been told already that this isn't a race and that rushing and forcing ideas is going to get you nowhere. Read and comment and drop in on chat, please, but don't try to force ideas. Spam is annoying.
Okay, I guess I will scrap this one too.
My man, you don't have to scrap it. You can try to work it around to make it work. Try to think of ways to make it unique, to make it stand out.
But seriously, stop rushing. There isn't, like, a requirement to write an article within a given timeframe. Hell, I haven't written an actual SCP article in over three years, and that's not a bad thing. A lot of people never write an article, they're just content to be part of the community.
I commend your drive to write, but the best articles, the ones that people cite all the time as their favorite or coolest or funniest or scariest or whateverest SCP, are the ones that take lots of time and revising to perfect. Very rarely do great ideas spring fully formed out of the writer's head, and you're certainly not going to make a great SCP by immediately posting ideas that you come up with to the forums.
Write a draft, take some time to really work hard to make it as good as you can get, then bring it to the chat. Get some feedback, make changes, get more feedback, make more changes, and when people tell you they like it, post it and bask. This process takes a lot of time, and people will appreciate it if it's obvious that you're taking a lot of time to make sure your draft is good.
Firstly, there's tone and grammar issues. I can specify a few instances:
Room must be free of any nooks or crevices
All rooms don't have this so its not a special mention.
"Riptide" is actually a misnomer.
Your fourth paragraph is very confusing. If the entity is made out of water how can it be underwater? Please clarify.
Now you might need to look over your idea because the ice man seems slapped on. What is its purpose?
Alright, I have realized I need to read some more articles, get a better idea of what I am aiming at, and try to use better grammar.
I have noticed a large amount of my SCP, had a "bad tone". Could you help me out on how I could fix this, for future SCPs?