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by PetrogradPetrograd, 24 Sep 2017 04:42

That's cool.

by pastarasta1pastarasta1, 24 Sep 2017 04:27

…May I cheat and say that I choose SCP-3817 to destroy the world? I used to joke a lot that I was prepared for the Mendelpocalypse, so. :P

"This is the way the world ends. Not with a bang, but with the Violin Concerto in E minor, opus 64."

Re: @Pendleton_Miller by Pendleton_MillerPendleton_Miller, 24 Sep 2017 04:23
GnomidotGnomidot 24 Sep 2017 04:22
in discussion Per Page Discussions / Per page discussions » SCP-096

I'm not really feeling like looking around if anyone already had this idea but, couldn't they put a helmet or mask of some sort on it? I feel as if you put something over its head it won't go crazy. I don't feel like going on detail on how they do, but its just an idea.

by GnomidotGnomidot, 24 Sep 2017 04:22

That last line was great…
+1 with a shiny new mech

by Its a Bad IdeaIts a Bad Idea, 24 Sep 2017 04:21

Origin for a task force I'm using in an scp draft im drafting, which I'll release alongside my scp

So, what about a spy sent to Prometheus labs. They discovered that they created an infohazard that when a phrase is said by an infected person, it infects people within 10 meters of that person's vicinity.

infected people become part of a hivemind when the origin of the infection says a different phrase, they can then switch back and forth, this came into foundation hands from the spy and was used to create a task force MTF Upsilon-1, which contains threats with inhuman minds or thought processes.

Infected persons also exhibit different thought processes that are considered inhuman.

there will be a narrative about how the spy did things and how he got his hands on the infohazard.
plus how it relates to my draft.

good idea? no?

For those unaware this has now been read by east side Steve SCP show on YouTube. Just thought I'd share since I ain't seen anyone here mention it yet.

by Russell ShippRussell Shipp, 24 Sep 2017 03:55

Adding to the above critiques about the entity being a shallow and boring monster that kills people and nothing else, the tone utilized in here is shaky and far from meeting the standards of the site. On top of that, many descriptions are unclear and lacking in the necessary level of detail needed for an SCP article.

Clarity and scientific tone are essential in writing a realistic SCP article. I would strongly recommend that you read this guide on tone, along with loads of successful articles from Series III and IV, to help gain a better understanding of the writing standards of the SCP Foundation nowadays.

by Pendleton_MillerPendleton_Miller, 24 Sep 2017 03:54
First SCP: "Molded By Us" by sninctbursninctbur, 24 Sep 2017 03:36
hillo315hillo315 24 Sep 2017 03:16
in discussion Per Page Discussions / Per page discussions » SCP-579

To my own surprise, I don't have a problem with expunging the entire description. However, I have no idea what to even expect, and I can't help but wonder what you were thinking when writing this. Since I can see why people downvote this, I'm going to complain as well.

I get that infohazards are usually difficult to contain if you're going to describe them. But if it's this dangerous, surely you can handle it in a way that does not involve expunging everything!

At the very least, have the decency of saying "This is an infohazard too dangerous to describe, so here's what should be done with it, and no other information will be provided." That is all. Alternatively, you could provide just a little more to the rest of the document to make the empty description a bit more tolerable.

I know that this anomaly is supposed to be safest when as unknowable as possible, but that makes it insanely difficult to turn into quality writing. You have my upvote, but I've seen better.

by hillo315hillo315, 24 Sep 2017 03:16

Because their operations and their contingency plans require high amounts of coordination and replanning at a moments notice when things go south.
Since they have this amount of coordination and re-coordination, they can carry out these operations and create contingencies for other SCP's.
Think of them like expert script writers for a play and actors, but can also do improv at a moments notice due to complications.

Plus all the scp's tagged hive-mind all seem to be non-humanoid and or unloyal to the foundation, this device (or virus?) would enable them to pick and choose those who can be a MTF Upsilon-1 operative.

if there are no further arguments, ill start working it into my draft.
but im open to anyone who can see any flaws with my idea.

Also, how does SCP-2798 work anyways? i dont see anything like you described, are you talking about the creation of it? I dont think that will fly with a lot of people if i just started mashing together SCP's and created a thaumiel task force.

MrWrongMrWrong 24 Sep 2017 03:13
in discussion Per Page Discussions / Per page discussions » SCP-3717

First the shock value… and then, they are actually a singing troupe. Wonder how they will be like in the showbiz?

by MrWrongMrWrong, 24 Sep 2017 03:13

Please remove the link from your summary box and edit it into your first post. URLs don't work in the summary and it can mess with various devices also.

1. No-one can edit the page but you (and admins, who won't for no good reason).

2. Including the link is very helpful for those trying to help you without jumping through hoops, so editing your post to include that would be good.

Re: Dinky Fountain by Zachary MaxwellZachary Maxwell, 24 Sep 2017 03:09

I have written it up in the sandbox as told and I think my write up is starting to get on track and would like further feedback. havent went to the brainstorming thread so I'll take an opportunity to do that.

It's ok, I took that photo

Re: SCP critique by Rhith01Rhith01, 24 Sep 2017 03:07

Oh, and last thing:

Make sure that image is CC compliant. We don't want to get into legal trouble with that stuff.

Re: SCP critique by Ba55Ba55, 24 Sep 2017 03:01

It would be best, yes.

Re: SCP critique by Ba55Ba55, 24 Sep 2017 03:00
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