For the glory of satan of course!
High Flyin,Death defyin!
For the glory of satan of course!
High Flyin,Death defyin!
I don't think they wear a logo. When you think about it, why would a secret organization like that even need a logo? In reality I think that their outfits would be as non-descript as possible, but for the sake of a theme house you could use whatever you think would look interesting and identifiable. Labcoat and clipboards for everyone!!!
I always thought it only affected living things, even if it doesn't explicitly say so. To me, that makes a lot more sense.
Where is quantum mechanics?
Same as saying "Where are the burger?"
Good idea, bad execution. As everyone else said, SANDBOX.
I'm not that old here, and I understand everything in this tale… and it's true, it's 98% meta
I've always imagined that "standard" containment is a room appropriate to the size of the object, with a locked door (probably combination lock). If appropriate, the object is in a locked box or secured on a pedestal or table within this room. "Standard" containment for living creatures is as above, but adds in the appropriate feeding and "nesting" items.
That's it, nothing special or elaborate and that is the point of "standard" containment.
Hah, I rather like this. It's like a super aggressive version of the 'boycott the Koch brothers' app.
Random thought: You know, I think the foundation would actually _use_ this thing. It could be extremely useful for tracking GOIs, or confirming front operations of GOIs that are involved in financial world at all. Especially GOIs like MCD.
What they wear would depend entirely on what their function is. I've always envisioned D-class as wearing orange jumpsuits with the number printed in large numerals on the front and back. General duty guards wear bullet-proof vests under security uniforms. Researchers are in business dress (shirt-and-tie and slacks for men, business dress suits for women, etc.) with use of labcoats only when needed. Support staff like data entry clerks or admin would be in business casual.
The Foundation doesn't have an official logo, but there is the unofficial "circles and arrows" one.
Giving bearhugs to the unsuspecting since 1872.
I'd assume just a standard labcoat with the foundation insignia on the back. It's already common canon that the D-Class wear orange jumpsuits. Security and MTF personnel would be wearing military gear w/ weapons.
Not putting a vote on this one. While the idea is very solid, a more extensive (and clinical) experiment log would go a long way toward improvement. The final "experiment" seems to be more of an incident than experiment. Also, there is no description of size or weight and no reason why it is absent. I could easily see a "apparently due to the nature of the object, measurements of size and mass have resulted in inconsistent results" being a part of the description.
Finally, unless my impression of classification is all wrong, this seems like a Safe object. I see nothing that prevents the Foundation from putting it in a box, locking it up, and leaving it alone.
I'm not upvoting this in the hope that it wins 2000, but in the sincere hope that this makes it to a mainlister eventually. One thing I would personally like to see is a slightly expanded reason for this:
"Following the accidental deaths of Dr. ██████████ and the remainder of the SCP-2000 research team, no further research into SCP-2000 is to be carried out without a unanimous consent of the O5 council."
And the other overwhelming containment procedures.
The Foundation has far weirder, far more dangerous, far more powerful skips that the Foundation doesn't guard this well, or require unanimous O5 approval just to test, so just what happened to make them guard this thing so much? It's pretty tame stuff as far as the Foundation is concerned. I mean, is there an unanimous urge to try and use the equipment? Are there GOC plants all over the place trying to steal it? And you give us that note, and then not even so much as a hint at it later.
What do you think SCP personnel actually wear? Likewise does the Foundation have a logo or seal of some kind?
I… I want more weird birds.
Get in chat. Easy as that.
So now you've made the dark one charismatic and a killing machine, and now the white one is super strong as well as nice (as well as a "rage state"). Why would you think the giving them good qualities would make this concept any better? All that does it make the twins even more Mary-Sue.
I highly recommend you read recently created SCPs, read some guides, and get a better feel for what people are looking for in an article. With your current experience, this article just isn't going to work.
Ok I give up which one of these characters has been Redd this whole time?
EDIT: oh lord the url
DOUBLE EDIT: never mind. This is what I get for reading Most Recent from the top down.
I am having problems finding my way around the site and could use someone to help me. Also, if anyone needs a lab assistant I have been reading creepypasta for four years. I've read more than a thousand non-SCP pastas. I've also read SCP-002 through SCP-415, all associated supplements for those SCP's, the logs of anomalous items and extranormal events, all of the guide pages, and a few scattered other documents in the four weeks since I knew the Foundation existed. I am a high school student and have lots of knowledge in Chaos, Evolution, Zombie apocalypse survival, video games, Creepypasta, philosophy of mind, cryptology, literature, writing, editing, exterrestrial existence theories, and paradoxes. I have a little less but still a lot of knowledge about psychology (specifically body language and relationships), General biology (especially microbiology), miscellaneous facts, debate, and politics. I also have an idea for an SCP. I just want some help and a chance to prove myself.
Because Ghibli is awesome, and you reminded me that this existed. And because Ghibli is pretty much the anti-foundation in general.
Have you taken a look at the pitfalls list? One thing you're going to have to keep in mind that this needs to have some sort of narrative to it, either a hook or twist that makes this more interesting than just a generic "magic" item that exists and does something. Mathematically or scientific theories made real are an interesting mental exercise, but tend to translate poorly to articles unless you find a way to bury them in a story.