http://scpsandbox2.wikidot.com/alexander-andros-s-sandbox I have posted it onto my profile page and deleted the other two pages, I would like you to read on uh, well the draft and tell me what you think, and what I can improve on, I wanted to start simple, with a simple concept.
Firstly: Holy batman that image stretches my page. Is it possible to make it smaller? Are you following coding right? Image coding looks like this:
Secondly, if you can, can you follow the SCP standard template? It looks like this:
It should be found under "How to Write an SCP" under the tab "Templates".
Overall, the effect is simple, yes, but lacks a hook. It's just an anomalously useful object, nothing more, nothing less. I would suggest maybe going for a hook or something to interest the reader.
Living the dream, or dreaming the life?
We give you the formatting template to use. You have no excuses here.
Secondly, paragraph spacing. Use it.
It's right on the watch.
It was found after advertisements of a "magic sleeping aid" were found in the Quick Quarter of the ███████ area of Louisiana, had reportedly worked so well that the placer of the ad recieved ██ calls for rental each day.
Rampaging run-ons, Batman! Also, you say how we found it before what it does.
This is a boring, overdone concept with horrific tone: we want AP level research paper tone or higher.
A trivial, uninteresting idea
after about two minutes affected individuals go to sleep and then wake up exactly at the time set, and feel like they have had a full nights rest no matter how long the alarm was set for.
At this point I began to go "Gee, I wish my archivist had that in the DnD campaign I'm in" , because it does sound like a magic object.
That said, I don't know of "Timeex" brand watches - there's Timex, but this might be some cheapola knockoff. That said, I haven't yet seen armwatches with an alarm either, but given I use a late 80s mechanical watch of soviet make ,that might be just me.
It is unknown how it is able to cause sleep, and any attempts at dismantling the object have failed,scans show the object is made of a extremely tough and durable alloy of unknown origin, and it seem's to be sealed tight via currently unknown means.
This feels like extremely lazy writing, too - even "insides are not in any way different from equivalent" is one step better. As in, it can work for some objects, but here it just shouts "I wasn't able to come up with anything interesting"
I wonder what happens if someone sets the alarm in a time closer to present than two minutes, that said.
Other than this, seconding Soulless's assessment.