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This is quite interesting and well written, and I particularly like the test logs.

by PokemonKingPokemonKing, 22 Aug 2014 21:34

Not really. The other pictures show bloated corpses and things that cause fear, but don't inherently force you to do anything. The only reason they killed the agent was due to the fact that they did not know whether the object was able to predict the future or not. I don't see how the other pictures would cause you to do anything.

Hello, fellow noob! Glad to see that I'm not the only new guy around here. I hope to see some amazing stuff from you! :D

Re: Finally Settling In by SwishandFlickSwishandFlick, 22 Aug 2014 21:18

I actually caught wind of the SCP only a short while ago from a piece I saw on deviantArt. Never knew of it before that, but now I'm enthralled with the idea.

I was actually devising a d6 campaign on the subject of cryptid hunting (high turnover rate, I assure you), but now I may alter it to an SCP campaign instead. :3

Also, I apologize, as I actually posted my first SCP draft before I introduced myself, so SHAME ON ME.

Nice to meet you all!

Oh hai by SwishandFlickSwishandFlick, 22 Aug 2014 21:16

I always loved Dr. Wondertainment SCPs. There is something deeply creepy when such dangerous and impossible objects were clearly made with love and with the intent to bring joy. There is malicious intent, just ignorance. Keeping with that theme, here is my basic idea for a non-Euclidian fun house.

Dr. Wondertainment fun house was discovered at a travelling carnival after reports of missing children. It is filled with the basic fun house attractions, room of a glass, carnival games, room of mirrors, concession stands for junk food, etc, with anomolious effects. The glass will suddenly appear where it was once solid, disappear suddenly on the third try, or only be solid when walking through it one way. The carnival games will be like reverse gravity basket ball, or a pop gun game were the bullets make a 45 degree turn half way down the range. The mirrors with show what you would look like if were different ages, different genders, or different species.

No person will go through the same path. Two people going together will quickly find they lost each other if they lose sight, or find a glass wall were an instant before there was a passage.

Finding a the exit isn't easy, with much of the "fun" often forcing each person to find the bent over and beaten with a club logic each of their unique paths run on. Thankfully, concession stands will always appear when a person is hungry/thirsty. Thus, going in could mean you could find the exits within minutes, or be stuck for months. Children still will pop out of the fun house occassionally even though it has been in SCP containment for years.

Re: Ghosts
ZynZyn 22 Aug 2014 21:09
in discussion Forum Discussion / Creepy-Pasta » Ghosts

Necroposting is okay if you're adding something substantial to the conversation (basically, so long as you're not just posting "lol" or "I agree" or something contentless). You're fine here. No worries.

Re: Ghosts by ZynZyn, 22 Aug 2014 21:09
Re: Ghosts
SwishandFlickSwishandFlick 22 Aug 2014 20:57
in discussion Forum Discussion / Creepy-Pasta » Ghosts

Living in Michigan and pretty close to the Great Lakes, I hear plenty of stories of hauntings around the lakeshore. Specifically, the lighthouses. Of course, I have no clue of their merit, though lighthouses can be creepy enough as is without the need of ghosts inhabiting them.

The lakes are also wrought with shipwrecks (well into the hundreds), so it's not uncommon to hear of phantom ships or ghost lights on the water.

Specifically near me, not having to do with the lakes at all, is a local legend called the Ada Witch. We went out to the cemetery where she's supposedly buried (out in the middle of absolutely nowhere) on Halloween one year. Nothing special happened… except me pranking one of my friends and scaring the absolute shit out of them. :3

EDIT: Also, sorry if my reply is considered necro'ing a thread. It was still on the first page, so figured it was legit. D:

Re: Ghosts by SwishandFlickSwishandFlick, 22 Aug 2014 20:57

Because you drank it all.

Re: @Waterfire by WaterfireWaterfire, 22 Aug 2014 20:47
Sad Skips
WaterfireWaterfire 22 Aug 2014 20:46
in discussion Forum Discussion / General » Sad Skips

Which articles give you the biggest emotional response?

For me, the first that come to mind are SCP-818, SCP-1830, and SCP-1619.

Sad Skips by WaterfireWaterfire, 22 Aug 2014 20:46
@Waterfire by PokemonKingPokemonKing, 22 Aug 2014 20:41

Good catch; it should be track. Fixed.

by JekeledJekeled, 22 Aug 2014 20:32

Lord Blackwood: Fighting Trousers by Professor Elemental

Re: Theme Song by CryogenChaosCryogenChaos, 22 Aug 2014 20:13

Clarification: This SCP is an augmented version I had posted months ago which failed. It ended just with the discovery of -B and the textbooks. It also had versions in which she could force the duplications by will sometimes living copies, and a spiffy scene with her killing a bunch of herselves and fashioning a big-ass spear from their legbones.

The version I posted two days ago was basically completely different, but still with the duplicationings. That version will eventually be re-uploaded after being rewritten when I figure out what to do with it

by AndarielHaloAndarielHalo, 22 Aug 2014 20:01

I will now assign themes for various things in the Foundation universe using only Dragonball Z as source material; more will be added eventually.

Charles Anborough:

Thaddeus Xyank:

Serpent's Hand:

The Fifthist Church:

Global Occult Coalition:

Church of the Broken God:

Herman Fuller's Circus of the Disquieting:

He-Who-Made-Dark and He-Who-Made-Light:

Keter: (took forever to find this fucking song)



Re: Theme Song by Doctor AnboroughDoctor Anborough, 22 Aug 2014 20:00

This is significantly better. +1

by LordMetaltonLordMetalton, 22 Aug 2014 19:57
by OmegaTheOmniscientOmegaTheOmniscient, 22 Aug 2014 19:50

Thanks to Azzleflux, SoundChaser, ophite, AndarielHalo, CryogenChaos, SoullessSingulary, Bryx and Montala for helping me. A big thank to Zyn, that helped me with another skip, but then I posted this. Farewell, East Asian friend.

by TagliafierroTagliafierro, 22 Aug 2014 19:48

So it's not really for a good time?

by AndarielHaloAndarielHalo, 22 Aug 2014 19:45
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