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I'm glad you like it :)

I did not imagine it related to the Fifthists, but there could be some fun interactions…

by Cris_to_BaalCris_to_Baal, 23 Nov 2014 05:15

I'd love to see one done for one of my articles (SCP-225, SCP-1275, or SCP-1350), but I dunno if any of them would lend themselves well to being…drawn, really…..

Re: Taking Art Requests by RhettSarlinRhettSarlin, 23 Nov 2014 04:58

Thank you. I'd been getting down on myself because it seems like every idea I have is either lame or has already been done before, but better. Guess I just need to take your advice and give it some time.

DjoricDjoric 23 Nov 2014 04:47
in discussion Per Page Discussions / Per page discussions » SCP-2317

This ain't my shit. Not even close to it. It is in fact as far removed from my shit as it is possible to be. It is the absence of my shit. This is anti-my-shit.

by DjoricDjoric, 23 Nov 2014 04:47

Now, you don't know who I am…
But maybe I could hold your hand.
And together we can understand about love…

by ThekilleraxThekillerax, 23 Nov 2014 04:43

Clef wrote this, not Djoric. In fact Djoric doesn't even like this article that much. :P

by ThekilleraxThekillerax, 23 Nov 2014 04:41

I'm not really seeing what's anomalous about this. It's a planet that could send comets our way, so it's dangerous, but that doesn't mean the Foundation needs to get involved. It seems like they could have left it to NASA.

You did mention that it's only visible in infrared. I'm not an expert, so I can't say how unusual that is. In any case, though, that detail didn't really get used elsewhere. Why is it only visible in infrared? Does that have any interesting consequences?

Re: Planet-X by NomadMonadNomadMonad, 23 Nov 2014 04:37

OK, you know what I like most about this? It's not the creature itself. No, it certainly isn't that - essentially, it's a big, horned demon from an alternate dimension that may or may not be spawn of Lucifer himself. Hollywood has done that over, and over, and over. It's not the format screw either - although, I will admit that it is very creative and one of the things that I do like about it.

What really gets to me is that this is basically an acceptance of the inevitable. The Foundation cannot, will not, and never could create contingency for any anomaly, and based off of what they know of this thing, there is no contingency that could contain it, short of bowing down, worshiping it and screaming for mercy. It is essentially trying to contain the beast of the sea in Revelation. A prophecy has been set, and there's no stopping it, because you can't capture fate. And this article does that beautifully.

So bravo, sir Djoric. Bravo.

by WhathopercyWhathopercy, 23 Nov 2014 04:36

Hey man, if you gotta put it on the backburner, then do that. Let it sit until you feel like working on it again.

Writing for the site should be a hobby. If it gets to the point where you feel like you have to push yourself to work on something, that's a sign that you should take a break. The fun of writing something should always overcome the fatigue that comes from working on it. If it's not fun anymore, switch to another thing to poke at or just give yourself a writing break.

People on the site go months, sometimes years, on break when writing things. A lot of authors keep idea dumps of things they thought up or wrote partially but don't feel too interested in pursuing at the moment.

Take your time. Don't force inspiration.

Our first Kronecker!?
No, not really, as it's O5 that's keeping the information under protection.
I don't think there's anything called data corruption, and Expunging all anomalous data sounds like you couldn't come up with anything.
Basically, you should say the properties instead of hiding them.
-My opinion.

Also from what I can read it sounds like another thing that's gonna destroy the world in X amount of time. I personally dislike those.

Re: Planet-X by Professor Will Professor Will , 23 Nov 2014 04:29

Too cool for school. +1

by Dr HysteriaDr Hysteria, 23 Nov 2014 04:22

a lovely idea. The worst part is, ironically, there isn't enough to satisfy me

by NebukadnezzerNebukadnezzer, 23 Nov 2014 04:18

I am reminded of the actual meaning to the Necronomicon's true name, the Kitab Al-Azif. It means "The Buzzing of the Flies", roughly, which is a reference itself to Beelzebub(Lord of the Flies), as the buzz & flutter of its wings is maddening.

This is remarkably close to a literal interpretation of that. All my +1. Could this be some kind of offshoot of the Fifthists?

by DrNietzscheDrNietzsche, 23 Nov 2014 04:17

It starts out interesting, but right now it doesn't really seem to go anywhere - it's just a train that takes you wherever you want. I understood what it is, but it doesn't make me feel any particular way about it.

It does raise a lot of questions, so you have a lot of options for where to take it. I'd be curious to find out more about:

- What does the graffiti say? Is it just normal graffiti? Is it the same every time?
- Who are SCP-XXXX-02? Are they human? Are there any records of them from before?
- What happens if the passengers talk to each other? For example, one might mention "this is the X train", then another says "Wait, I thought this was M", causing alarm and confusion. How would SCP-XXXX-02 react to that?
- What happens if the passengers ask to go somewhere outside of New York?

Re: Rouge Transit by NomadMonadNomadMonad, 23 Nov 2014 04:16

Your avatar pic is primarily green.


by Americium241Americium241, 23 Nov 2014 04:11

Oh, yeah, it was "fault." I tried to make it phonetically interpreted by the protagonist, but also not too vague. :3

by Americium241Americium241, 23 Nov 2014 04:03

Just watched Don't Hug Me I'm Scared 3

*looks at feet*


by Dr HysteriaDr Hysteria, 23 Nov 2014 03:25

As I stated before, this item technically wouldn't exist in-universe, rather it exists in a sort of meta-verse. It's wierd. I'll see what I can do when my writing is better, but for now I'm scrapping the idea until further notice.

Re: SCP-2905 or "Blackbox" by Dr HysteriaDr Hysteria, 23 Nov 2014 03:18

Here I have written a rough draft for my first SCP concept. The idea itself is not original, the SCP story is. I can add more details down the road. I'm open to feedback, and if you must throw this down a drain, I understand.

Planet-X by MiloDeviantMiloDeviant, 23 Nov 2014 03:17

I'm super-jealous that you got to meet Ray Park. Though I got to meet Peter Mayhew once, so I guess we're sorta even…

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Re: Good Morning Vietnam! by MechaDrakeMechaDrake, 23 Nov 2014 03:09
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