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A good log. I wasn't so impressed with the SCP article itself, but the tests improved it a lot.

And I'm pretty sure the Parathreat First Encounter Simulation was based on SCP-1983, right?

+1

by clcmanclcman, 30 Aug 2015 22:28

I felt like there were one or two tests too many. After seeing how the thing worked, I was itching to get to Ultra-realism.

On the whole, I don't have strong feelings about this skip, though the test logs are at least amusing.

by TL333sTL333s, 30 Aug 2015 22:28
TL333sTL333s 30 Aug 2015 22:14
in discussion Per Page Discussions / Per page discussions » SCP-2232

This, ladies, gentlemen and otherwise, is the kind of wacky shit you need to come up with to stand out in today's Foundation wiki.

I think the best part is the pelican carrying the myna or pigeon to its destination. The addenda are fantastic, only adding to what's been established, and the whole thing is a consistent, madcap, perfect article. +1

by TL333sTL333s, 30 Aug 2015 22:14

Not funny. Also, with…

SCD-001-J-1. Most SCD-001-J look like this and are apparently named Tedanson.

… Being a white guy, and…

SCD-001-J-3, SCD-001-J type that pretends to be other animals. This one for example says in his name he is a dog. Dogs not as tasty or loud.

… Next to a pic of Snoop Dogg leads to some… unfortunate implications that you may not be aware of when writing this up. I bolded the specific lines where the implications may be coming from.

And, aside from that part… still not funny. Not sure what the joke was, aside from Ozzie being loved by human-eating aliens. And that's probably not going to be enough to carry the article.

Re: SCD-001-J by dankaardankaar, 30 Aug 2015 22:12

Hey everyone, new tale draft: http://scpsandbox2.wikidot.com/dmatix-sandbox-the-third First tab

Something of a continuation of some of my other Death and the Doctors tales.

Tale Draft: Surgery by DmatixDmatix, 30 Aug 2015 22:12

Define "widely accepted". I (the author) do not accept this canon, for example, and therefor it has no bearing on the tale whatsoever.

by DmatixDmatix, 30 Aug 2015 22:10

Please excuse this necropost, I'm just so relieved someone else was as distracted by that bulge as me.

Do those crotch straps need to be attached in the back for this thing's properties to manifest?

See, distracting! Maybe the pic should be cropped?

by Kirsten SawyerKirsten Sawyer, 30 Aug 2015 22:02

Good thing I don't take The Cool War to heart!

AWCY, as far as I imagine them, would never sell their art for profit. Even if any cells did, the profits would go back exclusively into their art and their labor. Whether they're pretentious pricks or activists trying to commentate on the world (or both), to me, that's their one constant. So they'd see Dismaland as something disgusting, a way to capitalize off of an "anti-capitalist" measage.

Favorite insect?


Nightmare.

@Fae by HeartfulHeartful, 30 Aug 2015 21:55

Harsh!

But, when you read The Cool War, it becomes clear that there's little difference between a hack who thinks he's AWCY? worthy, an anartist who is worthy, and an anartist who is actually a member.

They all have Banksy skulking in the background, even.

Thinking about it, I had an idea for SCP-055.
Maybe, I would add in something to hint towards saying that the Foundation created SCP-055, in an attempt to Neutralize another skip. Let's say the Foundation thought they had a means of rendering an object or entity nonexistant, or at least intangible, but it didn't work out, and that dangerous skip became the more dangerous 055.
(Maybe memory leaks aren't even a thing, maybe they just made those up so they can't get blamed for having created 055, and as an excuse to not give out any information about it. Kind of like 579?)

TL;DR: The Foundation says, "We don't know anything about it, it might be dangerous and you forget everything about it, so stay away" but the truth, "It's dangerous, it's our fault, it's a secret, go away before we do something nasty to you."

I don't know if that would work out decently, though.

[Insert "Wait, what was I talking about?" joke here]

Re: @Jarbatalapus by JarbatalapusJarbatalapus, 30 Aug 2015 21:30
SCD-001-J by daveyoufooldaveyoufool, 30 Aug 2015 21:17

I feel like I must be missing something here. You have the boring anomaly in the description, and I guess that's the point? Like, you cross it out because there's been some new development that would put a twist on the material you struck out. But then it just makes people crazy? I assume there was some entity that was like half-controlling people and then it totally jumped into Howards, but insanity/possession really isn't much to push it beyond random anomalous object.

Okay, so this is a bump of my old thread since it hasn't been updated in over a week, I've been busy with school. Ive updated the draft with a picture and an interview id love for fresh feedback and critcism such as does anything need to be added, tweaked, deleted, or just rethought. Thanks in advance for the critique both good and bad!!!

Here's the link: http://scpsandbox2.wikidot.com/alfred-hitchcock
It's the super sonic avian tab.

Super-Sonic Avian by Alfred HitchcockAlfred Hitchcock, 30 Aug 2015 21:09

Okay, so. Radioactive girl that compels people to care for her. I feel like we have a similar compulsion around here somewhere, though I can't remember what. Either way, this isn't really doing anything for me. Compulsion has become something members of the site are somewhat adverse to, and the article essentially boils down to compelling people to die for the skip.

If you could rewrite a single heritage SCP, which would it be and what would you change?

@Jarbatalapus by DreamwalkerFaeDreamwalkerFae, 30 Aug 2015 21:04

What is the airspeed velocity of an unladen swallow?

@Amuness Creeps by JarbatalapusJarbatalapus, 30 Aug 2015 20:47

Okay, so. Two sets of clothes that either make the wearer superhot or supercold. And both set fire to other clothes for… some reason. I didn't find the anomaly all that interesting, and the rest of the article is just a convoluted story of how the Foundation found them. The description is packed into one big paragraph rather than spreading it out into something like having the summer clothes in one paragraph and the winter ones in another, and there's some tone and spelling issues throughout the article.

I like it, but I have a question.
It's pretty widely accepted that the O5's use anomalies to extend their life, right?
Shouldn't they all have just died, then?
Because, they were like 200 years old or something…

by JarbatalapusJarbatalapus, 30 Aug 2015 20:17

Dismaland is what I imagine a hack who really wants to get into AWCY, but got rejected for being too tacky and too much of a capitalistic selout, would create.

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