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I have a new SCP draft in the fourth tab of my sandbox - it's called "Ils coopéraient ensemble".

It is about trees that make people more co-operative. How could that possibly be a bad thing?

All feedback gratefully received.

Belatedly announcing SCP-2130-J ("But seriously, folks…") which heralds the introduction of the "Eucilele" object class.

To all potential readers - I can 100% guarantee that if you read to the end, there will be laughter.

Personal headcanon: This and -1981 are related in some way.

by 682Fodder682Fodder, 29 Apr 2016 15:21

Those teeth….

by 682Fodder682Fodder, 29 Apr 2016 15:20

This actually came to me in a dream. The SCP is a museum exhibit that has multiple crystals dangling from the ceiling in an intricate pattern to shine natural sunlight between each other to create light refractions and fractal imagery. As they did it would create visual phenomenon where patrons could see slight visual differences in the reflections. Someone with a green hat views their reflection wearing a red hat or someone who is a male sees themselves as a female, et cetera.

The idea is that if light hits the crystals, they form miniature visual windows to alternate dimensions and that some other things could potentially happen if different sources of light, other than natural, were introduced to the crystals.

Alternatively, what do you think if this SCP was in fact a Thaumiel-class with the potential of neutralizing SCPs if they're in contact and certain light conditions are met?

Reality Bending Crystals by LightwireLightwire, 29 Apr 2016 15:15

EC and Randomini already gave rather helpful comments in chat, but since I already made a post saying I'd do this…

Re: Providing Emails by minminminmin, 29 Apr 2016 15:13
ToothpasteToothpaste 29 Apr 2016 15:08
in discussion Per Page Discussions / Per page discussions » Meat

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"Baby sleeping tips"

Seems legit

This reminds me of that japanese legend of a woman who died while at thelast few moments of labor who haunts hospitals and kills new borns that aren't immediately put into the arms of their mothers

by ToothpasteToothpaste, 29 Apr 2016 15:08
by anonimooseanonimoose, 29 Apr 2016 15:03

It looks like you're trying to make a sandbox page, try this link:

by MarcuseMarcuse, 29 Apr 2016 15:01

Yay now it looks better!

by pastarasta1pastarasta1, 29 Apr 2016 14:53

Or, to use the "locked box test":

  • If you lock it in lots of boxes, and nothing bad will happen as long as you keep the boxes far apart, then it's probably Maksur.
by psulpsul, 29 Apr 2016 14:49

Sending you a PM.

(And I'm kind of concerned. I've enjoyed working with CumaeanSibyl. I hope they're okay.)

Thanks for all the criticism so far, I'll get to work on improve it.

Same here, I preferred when it finished with the dinosaurs.

Re: What's Real? by Hercules RockefellerHercules Rockefeller, 29 Apr 2016 14:17

The danger of the infohazard on a given individual is not given by its Object Class. The Object Class matters as far as containment, not its lethality.

And why the heck is the Foundation leaving end-of-the-world documents out in the open (even if they're supposed to be under wraps), and responding with "you really should kill yourself to save the world" instead of just inserting a memetic kill agent to make sure it happens? You don't leave XK-Class scenarios just lying about to be tripped over. That's just irresponsible.


by WrongJohnSilverWrongJohnSilver, 29 Apr 2016 14:16

I get your feeling of problems with the ambiguity. However, I think the Object Class: Maksur helps to explain it, if you think of it as having this definition:

Maksur: Neutralized, and it better damn well stay that way.

by WrongJohnSilverWrongJohnSilver, 29 Apr 2016 14:08

There is a likelihood of misinterpretation. People can downvote for all sorts of reasons that we may never know, so let us not take chances.

Re: What's Real? by MrWrongMrWrong, 29 Apr 2016 14:03

Interesting idea… I like Mr. Wrong's suggestions, too.

I'd also throw out that this could cause some trouble within the sarkists: For the sarkists, using modern technology to fast-track their sacred transmutation process sounds like the closest thing to heresy possible for their particular belief system. Sort of like if one of the CotBG's congregations started using organic technology instead of mechanical or electronic tech. (Which means it would be absolutely the sort of thing that could make for a great SCP.)

But yeah, bounce this one off Metaphysician; I think he'd like this idea, and he'd definitely have some input for you regardless.

Re: Sarkic Surgery by Scorpion451Scorpion451, 29 Apr 2016 14:01

Im going to have trouble putting this into words…
Anyways the house has two anomalous properties

1: it consist of a seemingly endless amount of rooms that are not visible from the outside until viewed by a human from the interior. This part is not the actual hook. I am considering removing it

2: This is where it gets interesting. The second effect is redacted, but to hint that its dangerous or something i put this in the containment procedures.

Under no circumstances are personnel to enter SCP-XXXX if any of the following conditions are true

  • The front door is cracked open and the inside appears dark, despite the lights being on.
  • The radio within SCP-XXXX is turned off
  • Any window is opened
  • The porch lights are off

Later on I say this so that way people aren't like "oh i bet something just comes out and kills you"

SCP-XXXX has a secondary anomalous property, [DATA EXPUNGED] this rarely results in death.

Anomalous home by AdnolAdnol, 29 Apr 2016 13:57

I'll change that, then. Didn't mean for it co come across as being lethal.

Re: What's Real? by Ian is MeIan is Me, 29 Apr 2016 13:51
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