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You know, SCP-1004 is actually a good example on how watching porn affects your mind over time.

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by Xenomorph666Xenomorph666, 30 Jun 2016 21:00
GenshedGenshed 30 Jun 2016 20:57
in discussion Per Page Discussions / Per page discussions » SCP-2253

As a former home brewer*, I found this immediately appealing. The protoplasmic incursions added a nice touch of squick, and the MC&D reps being pelted by a drunken poltergeist provided some levity.

Have a +1.

*Mead, cider, gruit ale.

by GenshedGenshed, 30 Jun 2016 20:57

Well kaiju are also mega- rather than kilo- death scale disasters, it isn't coincidental that Gojirra is inexorably linked to the atomic bomb, or that he comes from the only country to have experienced nuclear war.

Re: The Brave Little Keter by sirpuddingsirpudding, 30 Jun 2016 20:47

Yes, but it's also been established that it's not the brightest crayon in the box, so there'd be a learning curve- say, it starts off with the basics like "giant monster destroys major city", and works its way up to the more subtle forms of horror, like "deadly plague which turns a percentage of infected into symptomless Typhoid Marys sweeps through surviving population of humans, causing rampant paranoia and witch hunting".

Re: The Brave Little Keter by Scorpion451Scorpion451, 30 Jun 2016 20:41

I'll go look for a different anomaly to be the villain, I guess.

Re: The Brave Little Keter by daveyoufooldaveyoufool, 30 Jun 2016 20:31

I was thinking along those lines as well. He doesn't eat all the gummy bears actually, he just piles em up and delivers them to the cafeteria. And the office is actually, like, an unused janitorial closet or something. Mainly they needed an place to keep it where it was out of everyone's way, since it's harmless as long as someone empties it when it gets full, and it won't send out foragers if it gets regularly fed. But yeah, I suppose the cafeteria workers can probably handle that. I mainly did it because I wanted a comedically small office. Junior Assistant Researchers don't merit an office normally.

Re: My New/First SCP by MeerschaumMeerschaum, 30 Jun 2016 20:28

Isn't the whole point of 2006 is that if it were given an unfiltered view of humanity it would soon learn about the fear of war, of the state, of loneliness, of failure, of insignificance, of death, of extinction and so on?

Re: The Brave Little Keter by sirpuddingsirpudding, 30 Jun 2016 20:03

Congratuwelldone!

+200 by RiobrenRiobren, 30 Jun 2016 20:02

Clean it up. The site doesn't need to much clutter, if you catch my drift.

For context, SCP-2006 didn't know it was a nuclear weapon. It went off by accident and without warning, and all 2006 understands about it is that it was just a giant explosion.

Re: The Brave Little Keter by daveyoufooldaveyoufool, 30 Jun 2016 19:52

I was seriously considering Cassy, and she would spend most of the series on a post-it note.

Re: The Brave Little Keter by daveyoufooldaveyoufool, 30 Jun 2016 19:51

Yes, indeed, that is most likely the problem. My posts are also too scattered. Is it best practice to gather what I have and re-post it in a new thread? Or should I clean up the current threat?

Your art is great mate, how do you do it?

Soooooooooooooooooooo…

After polishing the idea at the Ideas forum, I started the draft for my little idea. I have several documents planned to go with the draft and one is currently in progress…

I have a long road to go. Hopefully I can make this SCP vastly different from SCP-079 with the documents.

SNDBX: [http://scpsandbox2.wikidot.com/z9n7s9]

If multiple people repeatedly misunderstand what you are trying to say, the problem is probably the way that you are saying it.

Re: Another butterfly SCP by Scorpion451Scorpion451, 30 Jun 2016 19:18

I'm still currently working on an SCP about living porcelain dolls, but if you want you can borrow them for your story.

Here's the website if you want to read, more on them. You don't have to use them, but if you want go ahead.

http://scpsandbox2.wikidot.com/the-porcelain-children

Well, if we aren't actually taking the site and what is in it into consideration there is the obvious of 105 but that is a bit too easy. Fun alternatives could be SCP-1316 or SCP-085 but the latter may be fairly difficult to use.

If I recall there was some form of physical paper SCP in the tale House of Gears. I just don't know if it is based on an actual SCP.

It would be a darkly comic series, starting with the accidental detonation of the onsite nuke at Site-118. SCP-2006, among the survivors, escapes, only to learn that there are scarier things than B-movies - and proceeds to go on a chaotic spree across North America, stretching the Foundation's resources thin and killing thousands of people.

There are scarier things than monstrous killing sprees and they are measured in megadeaths. Having been introduced so directly to thermonuclear weapons, why doesn't SCP-2006 just start WWIII?

Re: The Brave Little Keter by sirpuddingsirpudding, 30 Jun 2016 18:59

NOooooo…. why does everyone keep misunderstanding me? The wildfires are a cover story for the containment of the anomalies created by the insects.

Edit: Main 4 decided. Plot details edited.

Based on some ideas I've been getting from art thread, I'm thinking of establishing either a canon (if I can get others to collab with) or a series of tales (if not) called The Brave Little Keter. With the possibility of illustrations.

It would be a darkly comic series, starting with the accidental detonation of the onsite nuke at Site-118. SCP-2006, among the survivors, escapes, and finds shelter with Neo-Sarkic conspirators led by the fast-talking and easily-offended Karcist Kuruwaph1. Through Kuruwaph's manipulation, a plan is laid out that benefits both SCP-2006's need to scare people as well as Kuruwaph's need to [DATA EXPUNGED] people. Thousands die.

Thing is, Site-118 also had other more benevolent anomalies that survived the explosion, and they take it upon themselves to re-contain SCP-2006, even if they have to try to put aside their differences (and miserably fail at it). A dysfunctional family road trip through post-apocalyptic hell ensues.

  • SCP-2662, the titular protagonist. Without the Foundation to protect him from the disturbing actions of his followers, he struggles to keep his horrifying powers in check for the sake of basic decency.
  • SCP-2337. Initially, he's only in it for the Stranglefruits. But as the journey progresses, Dr. Spanko (or "King [DATA EXPUNGED]") finds himself once again faced with the horrifying past that he's been CACKing away from all his life.
  • SCP-999, the seventh child of the Scarlet King and a kawaii pile of hug sauce from hell. It's got a single-minded blood vendetta to love and tolerate the shit out of 2006.
  • SCP-085, the sketchiest girl this side of the masie-dixie. She saw evidence that the accidental nuclear explosion might not have been that accidental. With her paper barely damaged, SCP-2662 transferred her to… a goddamn post-it note. She's less interested in 2006 and more interested in exposing the truth about the detonation.

So, this is the thread where we can bounce around ideas and suggestions. GET TO IT.

The Brave Little Keter by daveyoufooldaveyoufool, 30 Jun 2016 18:27
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