Apparently this was too far from the original concept for it to be a rewrite. Whatevs.
Date: 07 Aug 2013 23:50
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Liked it in chat, loved helping out with the development (what little help I gave) and approve of it being posted, though I disagree that it goes /too/ far from the original. I think this might be the first "official" alternate-universe version of a skip that we've had.
I really like this as a standalone. I am sorry that you were psyched up to put it into the 105 slot, but honestly, I like it even more this way. Think of the story possibilities — whether or not it's even actually alternate universe. Both options are quite promising. (I guess your pain is my glee? :( Sorry dude)
I think this one can coexist with 105. Do you realize the possibilities? Well, on the bad side, I had to read really slowly to learn and understand the lumino jargon you were using (you made it by yourself or there's actually any kind of scientific facts behind it?). Anyways, +1.
Reading the comments, I feel like I'm missing something. Overall, I didn't think it was all that interesting, up until the very end, which, while intriguing in its own right, was also a tad dense to figure out. Just enough for a +1.
This was supposed to be a rewrite of SCP-105 with references to otherside Iris being references to the original 105. It was deemed too different and put into its own slot.
I like it! It's been a long time since I looked at 105, it's held up surprisingly well, although with what I imagine to be a lot of rewrites. I like this better, but part of me thinks they really work as a duo.