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Also why can it read peoples minds, apparently alter peoples minds, die then turn into mud then become alive again, talk in a childish way (???) but act like adult and how can it live without not eating anything…oh wait it can also glow.

I know SCP's are anomalous and all and sometimes and boggle our minds but this really takes the dogs biscuit.

by ChrisAKAPiefishChrisAKAPiefish, 25 Jul 2016 11:25

Let's give this a quick little whirl now that I have time to do so.

RogetRoget 25 Jul 2016 11:23
in discussion Per Page Discussions / Per page discussions » SCP-2261

Why is it called time dog when it doesn't have anything to do with temporal displacement in the space-time continuum?


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

by RogetRoget, 25 Jul 2016 11:23
thefranthefran 25 Jul 2016 11:15
in discussion Per Page Discussions / Per page discussions » SCP-2835

I didn't mind killing much, but it's really better this way, because it's not that it can't kill people, it's that it's an entity that at least knows everything any viewer does, knows how to threaten people with that information, and we don't actually know if it can act upon it.

And yet it's safe because it's in a reliable bottle. Good stuff.

by thefranthefran, 25 Jul 2016 11:15

maker001RES:
1. It's really obvious you didn't get any critique before posting this because no one would've told you this is site worthy.

2. Self upvotes are against the rules which you should know as it's part of the required reading; please remove it.

3. This is an incredibly poor attempt an SCP sounding more like something a 10 year old would write than a mainlister. You don't use full stops (periods) at all, the tone isn't clinical, you give descriptions of the dog in the containment procedures, it's a dog that reads peoples minds and is childish and turns into mud (which sounds like you just got some random anomalous things and chucked them in together), cross referencing to a better SCP for no reason and as mentioned above, this sounds like something a child has written.

-1

by ChrisAKAPiefishChrisAKAPiefish, 25 Jul 2016 11:07
thefranthefran 25 Jul 2016 10:56
in discussion Per Page Discussions / Per page discussions » SCP-2355

The only constant variable in description has been the age of 'Uncle Jack.'

Like, at least seventy

He was…fifty, or so, I think.

This threw me in a loop, as it reads that the age is a variable that's constant rather than age constantly varies.

Also, what's important is that the age doesn't merely vary, but decreases.

Neutral vote because the story was going somewhere but the end doesn't interest me, so he's a life force vampire supervillain.

by thefranthefran, 25 Jul 2016 10:56

You have been chosen by the great and powerful Zhuu-Makahlous you receive a gift of power for some deed in the past that eventually snowballed and aided him in someway with his godly politics. He is not impressed enough to give you any power you want but he has prepared a list of powers that he has deemed 'totally rad'. The list he gives you is as follows.

  • Invisibility - Just you, not your clothes or your innards either. Your outward facing organs and parts like hair and fingernails. Oh, you can't turn it off…I forgot how to add that part.
  • Immortality - pretty much what it is. Problem is that you heal at a normal pace so be careful!
  • Noodle fingers! - The ability to shoot cooked angel hair pasta out of your finger tips! Yeah, that was a fun little one I made up myself.
  • Skeletal Warlord - Your skeletal system is super dense to the point where your pinky bone can block a bullet. Of course you need to consume ungodly amount of milk to help the bones stay healthy.
  • Weapon Mastery! - You may chose one item (that is readily considered a weapon) and become a highly skilled master of it.
  • Fashion Shapeshifter - Your clothing becomes part of you much like SCP-049 but you can purposefully shift it twice a day, either from pictures or from seeing someone's outfit, not from your own mind.

What power do you pick?

@ Jacob Conwell by Varren ErelimVarren Erelim, 25 Jul 2016 10:52

Flappyblob

Offense, anger, additional emotion.

Liked it as a draft, like it now.

Re: Mod Post - Open by daveyoufooldaveyoufool, 25 Jul 2016 10:02

SCP-2835 has been given a major update in regards to some feedback I've received about the last addendum.

It's a highlighter. What does holding a corporation hostage do for a highlighter?

It is just what it does. Why does scp-173 want to break people's necks and only move when you don't look at it. The highlighter doesn't do that on its own and is not sapient in that manner, it just seems sentient/sapient because it appears to have opinions. You are implying that it is mind controlling people.

Is it possible that my spelling and grammar is different because I am English.

Re: First scp critique by alexon1067alexon1067, 25 Jul 2016 10:00

At first I thought this might've been an instance of a kid gone unsupervised with a Dr Wondertainment Surgery kit and putting newly grown hands on various pets and other animals…

by TBlackburnTBlackburn, 25 Jul 2016 09:55

I'll get on it over the next few days!

I've received enough criticisms to the effect of "the fact that Paddy can kill people made me downvote" to seriously consider a change in that regard. Doing so immediately.

Update by daveyoufooldaveyoufool, 25 Jul 2016 09:51

Probably, I just missed it in the article, but what is Iris' powers' limit, in terms of weight?

by Miki BrockMiki Brock, 25 Jul 2016 09:50

I will rewrite it. I have added so much information that it is just got cluttered. I also hate the addendum 2 because it is far to over the top. I don't think you understood the scp properly, so please read it again after i have corrected the grammar.

Re: First scp critique by alexon1067alexon1067, 25 Jul 2016 09:30
Looking for feedback by 4-a4-a, 25 Jul 2016 09:27

Sorry I have to downvote echoing the criticisms above. I was really diggin it, especially when the D-Class told him to fuck off. Then shit inexplicably got real (not in a funny or good way) and just OTT.

by Cary AppleCary Apple, 25 Jul 2016 09:25

Oh man. The imagery gave me the willie-nillies. Quite sad and depressing, which makes for great fiction. +1.

One question though: why did the bobbit worm give them so much trouble and cause such a disruption in the cycle? Just shoot/stab/incinerate the damn thing already :p

by Cary AppleCary Apple, 25 Jul 2016 09:04
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