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As the Contact Staff tab indicates, we don't have a team dedicated to that particular issue.

The closest thing would be the "I am reporting a user (regular member or staff) who has broken site rules OR I am reporting a user for disruptive behavior staff should be aware of." section, which references the Disciplinary Committee.

Re: Staff Post - Open by ZynZyn, 06 Mar 2015 03:55

I almost feel like this would be a great joke SCP, because the innate concept is so utterly absurd. It's a lemon that thinks it's people. What.

Points for originality; I sure as heck never saw that coming. However, as Mister Ious noted, this is not well-written. I'm not downvoting, though, purely because the ridiculousness of the concept made me smile.

by LordTalismanLordTalisman, 06 Mar 2015 03:55


by PetrogradPetrograd, 06 Mar 2015 03:48

"Heroic measures" is a term of art.

by VoctVoct, 06 Mar 2015 03:39

A few thoughts.

  • SCP-2202 is very similar to this. Not saying you can't do this, just be aware of that.
  • So I'm not sure what the problem is? It seems to be self containing. Once it creates a golden proportion of its environment, wouldn't it just stop doing anything?
  • Why would the Foundation immediately resort to mathematical analysis? Maybe after a few times with recurring patterns in the data, but the first breach?
  • Why does it stop when held by a human?
  • Okay - you do what density is, right? Either the mass or volume of the cube would have to change if it got up to 50 kg/cubic cm. Just say weight and don't complicate things.
  • Why are the D-Class referred to in that way? You can just use D-367 and D-921.
  • Why are there a bunch of tests that basically restate everything we know about its abilities?

Overall this needs a lot more work before the main site. But it definitely has potential. Some ideas can be fleshed out,(like more emphasis on the math) some things can be cut, and you have to make sure this doesn't end up as another math monster like 2202, but the core idea is not unsalvageable.

Re: Fibonacci Freak by Adam GreyAdam Grey, 06 Mar 2015 03:38

Shooting in the five-hole

Whether you like it or not, history is on our side. We will bury you!

I've written a tale upvoted by Djoric, Bright, Echo, Yoric, Moose, VAE and Voct, fite me irl if you don't respect

Re: Staff Post - Deletion Vote by RogetRoget, 06 Mar 2015 03:36

at least you have a better idea for next time, and you haven't been downvoted to oblivion because you did the proper thing. Right?

Ah ok i will try that, I could use some help on an article, I need the critque and advice from vets if I'm gonna be a helpful member of the foundation

Hey, Hunter Hill! Make sure to stop by the chat so you can get to know the community better. You can also feel free to PM me if there's anything you need. See you around!

Because some people like to be able to connect with people who enjoy things that they like as well. Nothing WRONG with it, though obviously not something anybody has any need to do. There's a small risk involved, as there always is with meeting strangers, but in the end it can be worthwhile if that's the kind of interaction one is interested in.

I will note, though, that I'd only recommend that adults partake in something like this, I would never encourage minors to meet online strangers.

If you don't mind me asking, where did the idea for this come from?

by DreamwalkerFaeDreamwalkerFae, 06 Mar 2015 02:56

Yeah I put cat 2 momentarly forgot how to spell Euclid. Ah ok so it would be keter,

Re: Fibonacci Freak by Hunter HillHunter Hill, 06 Mar 2015 02:48

Thanks :)
Cat 2? (Is that slang for Euclid?)
One thing I forgot to mention in the article which I need to put in right now is that it is able to carve windows and doors, which going by difficulty to contain, would fit the keter definition

Re: Fibonacci Freak by Arcane_NrokArcane_Nrok, 06 Mar 2015 02:46

Not a great idea. It's a lemon that makes you think it's a person. Actually, I'm not sure if it's a lemon that makes you think it's a person, or a person that can only be viewed through the lemon. The article is not clear at all about this, and the idea seems more like an anomalous object than an actual SCP, but even then, the idea is poor.

The clinical tone left a lot to be desired. You started the description by referring to the SCP by something other than its designation number. Don't do that. It completely throws off the tone, and gets very distracting. The block paragraph detracted from visual appeal as well.

is a lemon, citrus limon,

citrus limon. Italicize scientific names.


SCP. All caps.


Possesses; you left out an 's'.

one other anomalous feature: one end of the lemon is a USB (United Serial Bus) plug that can be inserted into any computer.

Try 'any compatible computer'. There are computers that do not have USB capabilities. Terms like 'any' shouldn't be used flippantly.

He has so far shown no ability to use wireless connections, but research is underway.

First, 'he' should be 'it'. It's a lemon, not a person.
Second, try switching 'use' with 'access'.
Third, try rewording 'but research is underway' to something more like 'further research is scheduled.'

The entire interview is unnecessary; it just states what you said in the description, only with people, and honestly isn't written well.

I don't think that a lot of thought or effort was put into this article. The idea does not seem salvageable, nor does the article itself. Downvote.

by Mister IousMister Ious, 06 Mar 2015 02:41

This is actually an interesting idea for a keter article, but it seems like its understandable on how to keep it from killing someone, so i think it would be cat. 2 not keter, but I just think that.

Re: Fibonacci Freak by Hunter HillHunter Hill, 06 Mar 2015 02:41

Please let me know what you think. I hope this one is more malleable than my first attempt

Fibonacci Freak by Arcane_NrokArcane_Nrok, 06 Mar 2015 02:35

Hello everyone! After some feedback, I've decided to delete this page. The SCP was very cliche and will be going under extensive reconstruction. I will be contacting an admin for deletion shortly. Thanks to all who've read!

Re: Humanoid SCP Opinions? by ArishezzaArishezza, 06 Mar 2015 02:31

I pressed it. It does, in fact, shitpost directly to the wiki.

by Agent MacLeodAgent MacLeod, 06 Mar 2015 02:20

I am surprised on this one, super smart mice. This is already interesting. A good example of a mysterious scp draft

I like the changes. editing the test log was a big improvement.

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