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Alright, working on trimming the piece right now. I did get it posted in Ideas and Brainstorming and got a couple of eyes on it. Although it was more about the basic concept without the underlying story behind it, which I developed later.

Thanks for taking a look at it.

Up voted. But can I change it to a down vote so that the rating is 666? XD

by kenny070287kenny070287, 24 Aug 2016 06:50

Hello everbody, I'm Heiriku. I'm a 18yo guy who just recently found out about The Foundation; it happened in a Facebook Group about Lovecraft's work, someone published a video of the SCP 2399 and it got me really interested on this whole universe you guys have been creating, I think it's magnificent. When I started reading the series, I knew I wanted to be part of it, but for now I'll just catch up and delight, because I'm actually writing some stuff for a Contest, and I should really not being distracting myself of it πŸ˜…. Hopefully, when I'm done, I'll start submitting and waiting anxiously for your reviews and (if is the case) approval, it'll be a challenge, specially because my native tongue is Spanish, but I want to give myself the opportunity to improve my writing skills in this language.

Hope to meet cool people, to read your work and to get along, guys. To contact me, you can mail me at moc.liamg|ukiriehi#moc.liamg|ukiriehi

Hello, my name is Heiriku by IH25IH25, 24 Aug 2016 06:30

Thank you so much for the recommendations; I'll be diving right in as soon as I finish this reply!

There's a lot to sort through here on SCP, so I sincerely thank you for helping to get me started.

It is very good to make your acquaintance. I'd say more but I just cannot wait to

…something terribly clever…

Re: Hello by DonkeyEngineDonkeyEngine, 24 Aug 2016 06:29

This is still a work in progress, and I'm still trying to get the hang of writing an SCP, so before I revise any further I'd like to get some feedback.

It's here: on the first tab.

psulpsul 24 Aug 2016 06:00
in discussion Per Page Discussions / Per page discussions » SCP-2162

Hi Gardeford - yes, the title is an excerpt from the lyrics to the song "A Wonderful Guy" from the musical South Pacific.

by psulpsul, 24 Aug 2016 06:00

Documentation #2974-1, of Experiment 2974-1, These experiments are being headed by Dr. Ian. The nature of these tests are for understanding how SCP-2974 "interacts" with different types of SCP-2974-1s, -15 and three staff votes.

SCP-2817 is a entity in which cannot move by itself. It was first found in an abandoned house on 43 β–ˆβ–ˆβ–ˆ street in the shape of a child's bedroom light. The time during the discovery was at 1:30pm when a demolition worker was clearing up the rouble from the destroyed building and decided to take it home for his 13 year old boy as a gift, -35 and three staff votes.

Tonight's round of deletions brought to you by Zyn's song choice of "Without You" (Karaoke) - G-DRAGON feat. RosΓ© from BLACKPINK


In all seriousness, I'm inordinately proud that y'all managed to get this far with this canon and I'm just as proud to have been part of the process. Good work Team Apotheosis Third Law.

ETA: And I swear to god the next person to ask me "psat setanta when" is going to get kicked into next Wednesday, because that's when I'm planning to drop it.

Am I the only one who seems to think that Dr. Carter switched the control tape and the SCP tape? Reading that segment brought all kinds of "something is up" flags in my brain.
Did the author intend that?

by SketchParkerSketchParker, 24 Aug 2016 05:41
minminminmin 24 Aug 2016 05:25
in discussion Per Page Discussions / Per page discussions » SCP-233

Entirely coincidental, but I checked the History to see who wrote this, only to find…

You successfully reverted the page to revision number 23

by minminminmin, 24 Aug 2016 05:25

"Slightly lethal" is like "a little bit pregnant." If you meant to say it can be lethal in a certain percentage of cases, say that.

"Unlucky couple" is also really not clinical.

In any case, I agree there's no real hook here.

by AlliaphageAlliaphage, 24 Aug 2016 05:10

We did it.

It took seven months, but we (read: GreenWolf) made the pipe dream of a PL canon a reality.

Many, many, many thanks to everybody along the way who critiqued, brainstormed, wrote, and voted on all the tales, SCPs, and GOI Formats that inhabit this brave new world.

vice-author post? by A Random DayA Random Day, 24 Aug 2016 05:10

I'm proud to have been a part of this, in the sense that I'm proud to have been present in the team IRC room for the MTF contest when the real masterminds were figuring it out.

I feel like I contributed.


by TyGentlyTyGently, 24 Aug 2016 05:10

This theme is dope.

by djkaktusdjkaktus, 24 Aug 2016 05:06

Is this finished or are you still working on it? It's really short, and there isn't much information about it so I'm not quite sure. But anyway, a couple of things:

site β–ˆβ–ˆ

This should be written as Site-β–ˆβ–ˆ.

β–ˆβ–ˆβ–ˆβ–ˆ meters

That's four blackboxes. A kilometer is 1000 meters. 1000 is the lowest number four blackboxes can be. So for an entire kilometer radius this object can affect people's writing and speech? At this point it wouldn't just be kept at a site where other reports are stored because they'd all be written in Early Modern English. That definitely wouldn't work.

As for the article itself, all of the misspellings in the words made me think of SCP-586. I understand the idea you're going for here, but with the way it's executed it's basically already been done. As for the concept of the object, it's about a book that makes you talk in Early Modern English, which honestly isn't very interesting.

There isn't much to this article in regards to information either, it's not hard to read as you said you worried about, but it's an idea that's been executed in a way that would be very difficult to top.

Regardless, good luck with your draft.

And here we are. Finally. If you'll excuse me, I'm going to go pass out now. Will write more later.

Author Post by GreenWolfGreenWolf, 24 Aug 2016 04:59

No, I am not afraid of the dark.
The entity was apparently found a year before it started existing?
It's also little more than a thing what kills you. There's nothing interesting or anything to make the article memorable.


by Jack IkeJack Ike, 24 Aug 2016 04:58

Jesus Christ, the amount of discussion this has caused is mind boggling! Despite if the original author was planning on making an awesome SCP or not, they succeeded in making one that literally everyone wants to talk about!
Congrats to you sir or madam, +1 for absolute strangeness and discomfort while reading.

by SketchParkerSketchParker, 24 Aug 2016 04:47

Hi there! I'm terracottaworrier and I'm from New Zealand. I found the SCP Foundation through TV Tropes. I've been a lurker for a little while, and I've been working up the courage to join and maybe start contributing/commenting. I recently finished qntm's Antimemetics Division series, and I loved it!

Intro Post by terracottaworrierterracottaworrier, 24 Aug 2016 04:47

Big Update. Two new documents added (the last is admittedly WIP though) bringing the total up to 6.

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