Sorry that this is somewhat spartan in both style and content. Come back in about a year and there'll be different colours, and fonts, maybe a picture or two. I don't know. I'm just blue sky thinking here.
To be honest, I would've preferred a few more decent scips under my belt before creating this page, but I'm doing it more to have "everything under one roof", so to speak.
Tales and SCiPs and That:
Golan - a tale about entirely necessary and completely uncruel testing of a D-class - mollusc me no questions, I'll tell you no lies. This is tied to SCP-2982 below. In exact opposition to the scips I write, which take months of work and revision (for fairly modest results so far), this tale wrote itself in about two hours. A bit of critique from Zyn, and it was good to go.
SCP-2982 - aka Televono Telefex Secrecy-8, a scip about a mobile phone that can change a contact's real life details. Wow did this one take a lot of work before it was ready…. And a lot of work afterwards, too. Main problem here was the scip is an unfolding story, but articles aren't. So tell it as a story in the scip, and you alienate people; tell it straight as a "this is X, it does Y to Z" article and you lose the reveal. A tale? Same problem, and I think it would suffer from TL;DR syndrome.
SCP-2983 - aka Capel Celyn, a short works entry about a Welsh village drowned IRL to make a reservoir and the people who returned to live there. I'm going to revise this in the near future, as it lacks the personal touch that the backstory deserves. Also, it's too short and doesn't really get to grips with either the feel of the rural community or the IRL controversy that happens when an English council push through a law to drown a Welsh village.
SCP-2962 - aka Supacansa, a scip about a house which has been diagnosed with cancer. This started out in April as a cigarette factory, the tobacco of which had somehow seeped into the building itself over the years. That was too " big" so I scaled it down to a terraced house in Bedford.
What Critics Are Saying About Wils' articles:
"SCP-2983 was the most best skip article ever, and I've read all of 'em, even the crap ones." - Ringo Star, drummer with The Beetles.
"This article (SCP-2982) made me physically take in information via my eyes and process that information using my brain!" - John Stainbeck, American author.
"I literally couldn't put the book down once I'd started reading the horrific tale "Golan." I really felt for the guy, even though he IS only a Glass Dee, whatever that is. I've been paid to say this." - US President Barrack Obhama.
"I loved that one with the Russian guy who turns out to be [REDACTED] and he's got that [REDACTED] secreted in his stomach, and then he turns that researcher into an elephant. But the idiots who vote thought it was too confused, too unclear what was going on and it was self-deleted. Idiots." - Beyonse, US singer.
"I need the toilet." - Pascal Michan, French philosopher.
"Wils writes stuff that makes our stuff look utter balls." - Ron R Hubberd, Stephen King, and someone else who does horror/science fiction and that.
"At The Libary has only been on the site for half a day, but it's already got a rating of +1 - that's science I can understand!" - Steven Hawkings, professor of things and suchlike.
From the Log of Extranormal Events:
Event Description: Over an eight minute period, six hundred and ninety seven lightning strikes occurred within a twenty mile wide radius around Faeto, Italy. Meteorological data shows that the locations of these strikes formed a "smiley." At the same time, all drinking water within the settlement was, according to anecdotal evidence, icy cold, scented of strawberries, and could not be boiled or otherwise heated.
Date of occurrence: 2015/07/01
Location: Faeto, Italy
Follow-up actions taken: Water supplies and meteorological data throughout Puglia to be monitored over a six month period.
Event Description: Commencing at 07:31, all instances of the Basenji breed of Canis lupus familiaris barked constantly for one minute and forty three seconds. Commencement/cessation of barking was not linked to any external stimuli.
Date of occurrence: 2015/07/03
Follow-up actions taken: Fallopia, Agent [REDACTED]'s Basenji, taken for post-anomaly testing. No anomalous activity noted since.
SCP Articles and Tales (not showing anything pending tagging) by Rating
|Damnation||13||17||14 Jan 2017 15:42||30 Jan 2017 21:00|
|Deliverance||9||1||14 Jan 2017 15:18||14 Jan 2017 15:19|
|Endings||14||8||01 Jan 2017 00:08||15 Jan 2017 13:53|
|SCP-2961||68||18||07 Nov 2016 10:04||23 Jan 2017 19:58|
|Forgiveness||14||13||29 Aug 2016 19:23||22 Dec 2016 00:03|
|Comfort Breaks||16||2||16 May 2016 19:21||17 May 2016 06:37|
|Victims||15||9||02 May 2016 08:39||08 May 2016 01:20|
|Webs||12||4||28 Apr 2016 21:05||01 May 2016 06:17|
|7 Degrees of Separation||17||7||24 Apr 2016 17:40||28 Apr 2016 06:01|
|Paris, Texas||14||3||15 Apr 2016 22:09||15 Apr 2016 22:50|
|Autocorrect||16||3||13 Apr 2016 19:21||13 Apr 2016 20:17|
|The Harold Maine Fan Club||14||11||10 Apr 2016 17:47||12 Apr 2016 19:34|
|At the Library||19||9||25 Mar 2016 12:11||13 Apr 2016 21:29|
|SCP-2962||61||37||16 Aug 2015 12:39||22 Apr 2016 18:57|
|Golan||46||32||25 Jul 2015 01:26||25 Mar 2016 18:54|
|SCP-2983||10||27||24 Jul 2015 07:37||29 Aug 2016 11:40|
|SCP-2982||85||52||05 Apr 2015 21:26||09 Dec 2016 10:10|