Tufto's Personnel File

Greetings. If you have found your way here, then you are interested in the SCP writings of TuftoTufto, purveyor of fine Skips since he finally worked out how to write one successfully at the beginning of May 2017.

These Skips quite often revolve around Iran and Iranian history, since that is one of Tufto's main interests. In more general terms, Tufto's skips often revolve around weird pocket dimensions/temporal anomalies. They tend to include strange and broken people trying to do good things, with varying results.

Tufto's sandbox is here. Tufto is always happy to hear critiques of things he's working on, however damning they are. Tufto will now stop speaking in this obnoxious third-person voice, because even he's getting irritated by it.

Notes on Tufto's writings:

Tufto's Iranian History SCPs


Tufto's "Let's mess about with reality" SCPs.

Tufto's Surreal SCPs.

Tufto's other SCPs.

Tufto's Tales.

Links to Things That Tufto Has Written:

The odd nature of the tables is due to me deleting my account a while back, and so having to crib this together manually. This is also why all my skips prior to SCP-3838 are labelled as being written by "account deleted". If anyone knows how I can make this more cohesive, please tell me! I know nothing about this stuff :p.

Skips:

SCP Rating Comments
SCP-3941 +85 16
SCP-3013 +49 15
SCP-3150 +89 20
SCP-3997 +86 17
SCP-3514 +50 13
SCP-3799 +110 23
SCP-3699 +81 17
SCP-3444 +56 15
SCP-3501 +40 11
SCP-3553 +52 19
SCP-3979 +72 16
SCP-3722 +48 11
SCP-3996 +47 16
SCP-3838 +93 24
SCP-3068 +48 16
Tales:
Tale Rating Comments

Things people have drawn/painting/created in a visual medium of things that Tufto has written:

Things people have recorded/adapted/created in an auditory medium of things that Tufto has written:

Site 42 adaptation of SCP-3979
Perelka_L reads Tum-Tum-Tum-TUM-Tum-Tum-Tum-TUM-TUM-TUM
Site 42 adaptation of SCP-3444 (link to Part 1)

Things that Tufto has written, which either failed or were self-deleted:

- A horribly failed first Skip about a demonic alarm clock a few months ago (which was quite rightfully downvoted into oblivion.
-A very meta-Skip about colonialism, which was being mildly upvoted but which I deleted because of Kid F's and Communism will win's very legitimate criticism about how shallow my treatment of the subject matter was. I may revisit some of the ideas used there again one day. The meta ones, at least.
-A skip set in a beach in Alaska, and featured the ghostly cadavers of past realities destroyed by the Foundation emerging from the waters. It was mildly upvoted, but failed to gain much traction. I deleted it because I wasn't that happy with it; aside from relying a great deal on other skips, it just didn't have much narrative to it. I rewrote it to be about Catholic limbo babies, but the same problem afflicted it.
-A Jekyll-and-Hyde-esque skip. It was doing OKish, but I eventually came to the conclusion after posting that I could do more with the characters, so I deleted it. I rewrote it, but eventually decided that it wasn't good enough and was pretty unsalvageable, so I deleted it for good.
-A skip about a giant factory that was drawing all the souls of humans together to try to preserve the life of an origami crane. At this point I was just going mad, I think :p took a break/deleted my account after this, then changed my mind and came back a couple of weeks later.
-A skip about bedbugs. The concept was OK, but I rather rushed it. It helped me get back in the game, but I self-deleted eventually.
-A skip about Quality Street chocolates. Possibly a shade too niche, also a rather dull anomaly.

Addendum TUFT-1:

For those interested in my favourite Skips, so they can see the kind of stuff that influences me most, they are 2823 (an atrociously underrated piece), 2188, 3043, 2513, 3380, 2508, 2072 and my absolute favourite 2747.

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