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The winners of the 144-Hour Jam Contest have been announced!

Congratulations to everyone who participated! We had almost 140 entries, so go check them out!

Also, don't forget to vote on your favorite International Groups of Interest contest entries!

The Wanderers' Library has been relaunched with a brand-new look and a vision for the future! If you've ever enjoyed the Library but longed for it to be less ugly and more active, your dream has just come true. Join the Library Chat and read the Orientation for more information.

JamCon First Prize Feature: not_a_seagull

by Ayers

As subjects are conscious within SCP-3662, psychological effects of isolation may also compound damage to the individual.

JamCon Third Prize Feature: Mortos

by Mortos

SCP-4474-1 can communicate in English, claims to be "the God of middle-aged white men named Steve", and that its name is also Steve.

JamCon Grander Prize Feature: 9Volt

by 9Volt

SCP-3841 designates the remnants of a halted K-Class event (K-3841) that occurred on the exoplanet Luyten b at an unknown time in the recent past.

Reviewers' Spotlight: Crashington

by ophite

SCP-1193-01 is a genetically normal human arm of unusual length, located in a drainage pipe inside the basement of a telephone switching station in Scottsdale, Arizona.













News

February 16, 2019

Congratulations to the winners of the 2019 Cliché Contest: WoedenazWoedenaz, with SCP-4205; aismallardaismallard, with SCP-3597; and RounderhouseRounderhouse and DrAnnoyingDogDrAnnoyingDog, with SCP-4511! Thank you to everyone who participated!

January 1, 2019

Happy New Year, Skippers! Welcome to 2019! In an effort to acknowledge and honor all of our hardworking reviewers, the Reviewers' Spotlight will be replacing the previous "Event Featured" block. Big thanks to all of our talented critiquers who keep the forums running and the site flourishing!

October 7, 2018

The international branches of the SCP community have teamed up to bring you a collection of translated SCPs from around the world! New articles are posted daily, and you can view them at the International Branches Hub!

August 17, 2018

The SCP-4000 Contest is over! Be sure to check out all the entries! Series V is now open!

July 12, 2018

SCPDeclassified, a subreddit devoted to literary analyses and plot explanations of SCP articles and concepts, recently reached 10,000 subscribers. Congratulations to them, and we look forward to reading their future declassifications!


Official Sister Sites

SerpHand.png The Wanderers Library — Fiction From Another World.

The Wanderers Library is the Foundation's sister site and features the endless stories contained within the Library, home to the Serpents Hand and readers of all shapes and sizes.

SCP International

int.png SCP-INT — International Translation Archive

A gathering place for the International Community of the SCP Foundation

International Sites

ru.png SCP-RU — SCP Foundation (Russian Branch)

Russian Counterpart! Translation available here.
The Russian site is the oldest of the translation sites active on the web.

kr.png SCP-KO — SCP 재단

Our Korean Colleagues! Translation available here.

cn.png SCP-CN — SCP基金会

Our Chinese Branch! Translation available here.

fr.png SCP-FR — Fondation SCP

The French have joined! Translation available here.

pl.png SCP-PL — SCP Polska Filia

The Polish Branch of the site! Translation available here!

es.png SCP-ES — La Fundación SCP

The Spanish Branch! Translation available here!

th.png SCP-TH — สถาบัน SCP

The Thai Translators! Translation available here!

jp.png SCP-JP — SCP財団

The Japanese branch! Translation available here!

de.png SCP-DE — SCP Deutschland

Our German branch! Translation available here!

it.png SCP-IT — Fondazione SCP

The Italian Stallions! Translation available here!

ua.png SCP-UA — SCP Foundation(Фонд SCP)

Our Ukrainian Associates! Translation available here!

pt.png SCP-PT/BR — Lusófona Branch

Our Portuguese Pals! Translation available here!


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