Stormbreath's Author Page

Name: J1-13 (Henrik Sturmatem)

Position: Janitor Overseer Council

Background: Nobody is quite sure when J1-13 first started working for the Foundation, with some rumoring that he's been around longer than the Administrator. These personnel are, of course, reminded that the Administrator doesn't actually exist and that J1-13 likely started working before the Great RAISA Fire of '94, which destroyed almost all records of 0 Level staff.

J1-13 has served without major distinction as a Foundation janitor, cleaning a large collection of random anomalies. J1-13 has shown the marked ability to not die after at least twenty years working with the Foundation, having been involved in ███ containment breaches, the majority of which involved him cowering under a table and repeatedly muttering "I went to law school for this?"

As a result of having been employed by the Foundation for an exceptionally long period of time for a janitor, Henrik Sturmatem was promoted to the J1 Council as J1-13, giving him full Level 1 Clearance.1 This does not absolve him of any cleaning duties.

Objects Cleaned:

SCP-3310

There wasn't even anything for me to clean here - National Parks are pretty good about keeping out trash and litter, and the containment crew got mad at me when I tried to clean up the log itself. Something about it potentially having the ability to cause an Okay Class Scenario or something.

SCP-3477

This guy was pretty chill, to be honest. It was weird how he kept changing his anomaly, teleporting between rooms and forgetting who I was, but it was nice how I finally got to interact with a humanoid that wasn't trying to kill me.

SCP-2684

I just cleaned up some trash off the beach here, it was pretty relaxing. They got mad when I wanted to go swimming though, which is a total bummer.

SCP-2317-J

They sent me into apply a fresh coat of paint to the door. I almost opened it because the voice on the other side said he'd given me dollar if I did, but then I read that sticky note and decided not too. Probably should have done it anyway, it would have doubled my salary for that week.

Project Proposal 1994-103

The Foundation gives me a week of vacation time each year, and in 1994 it coincided with an anart festival. My J1 memetic resistance prevented me from getting the full experience of the song, so I just cleaned the chairs and listened to the music. It was okay.





I'm not quite sure where/when I first discovered the SCP Foundation, but it was probably sometime in 2015. This first SCP I distinctly remember reading was SCP-1689, but I also remember plowing on through the articles in numerical order starting with SCP-002. (I know I didn't start with 001, but I'm not really sure why.)

I had some ideas for objects in that time, including:

  • A cup that experienced time in reverse chronological order, so that if you tried to damage it, you'd only repair damage that had already happened, and repairing it would only cause new damage.
  • A Fifthist priest that was contained by the ritual significance of the number "3" being prevalent in their life. (like, getting three square meals a day, being in a 9m x 9m x 9m containment chamber, having a designation with several 3s in it)
  • A memetic statement that greatly changed brainwave patterns and gave you telekinesis … in Dolphin. The sapient and telekinetic dolphins then formed empires and tried to stop people from killing them or putting them in zoos.

I never really put any of these to paper (and when I did years later, I didn't like them as I had in the past.)

After what was probably two years of lurking, I finally created an account in order to post SCP-3310. This started with a basic idea of taking a real world thing and making it an anomaly without adding much.2 I think one of the pitfalls of the article was that the Old Man isn't well known enough - it's not famous enough that people wouldn't immediately see it and think "Oh wow! That's a real thing I am already familiar with!", which I a large part of what I wanted.

My second SCP was the Writer of Ganymede, a giant spider thing on Ganymede that wanted to take care of humanity. It didn't do very well, and got deleted pretty quickly. I rewrote it as a Black Queen GoI article, but that ended up being somewhat bland and not particularly good. I may come back to it at some point, but I'm not sure. These two have been the only things of mine to have been deleted.

SCPs Written:

SCP Number Rating Comments Length Created
SCP-3477 83 32 19090 11 Sep 2017 01:01
SCP-2317-J 64 24 9229 26 Oct 2017 06:33
SCP-2684 32 14 14232 16 Oct 2017 01:15
SCP-3310 27 15 12793 06 May 2017 01:23


GoIs Written

Name Rating Comments Length Created
Project Proposal 1994-103: "A Song of Hope and Home" 25 3 6191 13 Nov 2017 04:10


Author Commentary:

Unless otherwise stated, the content of this page is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 License