• The SCP Foundation - "Send in the D-Class!"
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Well, Dr. Ele's signing off for tonight. We should definitely do this more often, our site 96 is kicking ass. See you all tomorrow hopefully. [editline]5th October 2011[/editline] [QUOTE=ZenX2;32647604]That was a great amount of fun, but we could use a better server. We need better containment for SCP-1134-2 :v:[/QUOTE] goddamn chickens fucking EVERYWHERE
So that's two servers that we've been through. If anyone wants to acutally pay for a server for SCP, that would be amazing.
SILVERRRR FIIISHHHHH [editline]5th October 2011[/editline] Coolity, id appreciate it if you sent me the most recent save of Site 96.
For the sake of ease: [url]http://filesmelt.com/dl/world_31.zip[/url] Current version of site 96. [editline]5th October 2011[/editline] Warning: May contain Chickens and Silverfish.
[QUOTE=coolity;32647846]For the sake of ease: [url]http://filesmelt.com/dl/world_31.zip[/url] Current version of site 96. [editline]5th October 2011[/editline] Warning: Contains Chickens and Silverfish out the ass.[/QUOTE] fixed that for you
Im still writing up my SCP, but alot of my description consists of how it was found. Would it be better to cut that out and put it in a separate document?
[QUOTE=shadow_of_intent;32648840]Im still writing up my SCP, but alot of my description consists of how it was found. Would it be better to cut that out and put it in a separate document?[/QUOTE] [quote]Write an SCP. Write a tl;dr. Post the tl;dr.[/quote] Best to keep the recovery of it succinct, main body should be the description of it's appearance and properties, even then, that shouldn't be much longer than 2 paragraphs.
A crap SCP: [url]http://www.scp-wiki.net/decomm:scp-723-d[/url] An excellent decommissioning: [url]http://www.scp-wiki.net/peanuts[/url]
[QUOTE=Nipa;32649157] An excellent decommissioning: [url]http://www.scp-wiki.net/peanuts[/url][/QUOTE] [img]http://i.imgur.com/hKQ91.png[/img]
It's that time again, you give me a vague object, I'll write up an SCP on the spot, if my internet holds out. GOGO
[QUOTE=Someone4956;32649721]It's that time again, you give me a vague object, I'll write up an SCP on the spot, if my internet holds out. GOGO[/QUOTE] The Napkin That Kills Fuzzy Dice From Beyond Time And Space
By Vague, I mean something really vague, the first guy said "Cosmic Stapler" that was good, the rock thing was good too. Don't give it an effect, I'll make that up, just put an adjective in front of an object and toss it at me.
A banana that you can infinitely peel.
Dammit read the posts, it's pointless for me to make up an SCP with an object that already has an effect.
Pink rhino
[QUOTE=Someone4956;32649851]By Vague, I mean something really vague, the first guy said "Cosmic Stapler" that was good, the rock thing was good too. Don't give it an effect, I'll make that up, just put an adjective in front of an object and toss it at me.[/QUOTE] Ominous cheesegrater
[QUOTE=Someone4956;32649851]By Vague, I mean something really vague, the first guy said "Cosmic Stapler" that was good, the rock thing was good too. Don't give it an effect, I'll make that up, just put an adjective in front of an object and toss it at me.[/QUOTE] Handcuffs of servitude [sp]kinky[/sp]
Killer Napkin Paradox Fuzzy Dice There you go.
[QUOTE=Spycrabz;32649925]Handcuffs of servitude [sp]kinky[/sp][/QUOTE] Item #: SCP-XXX Obect Class: Euclid Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXX is to be locked inside a safe with the combination only accessible by Level 4 Personnel. Description: SCP-XXX is a pair of seemingly normal S&W handcuffs, except for the fact that one cuff is colored red, and the chain is not present. Its effect is apparent when the red cuff is cuffed on a subject's(or victim's) wrist, and the one wishing to utilize its effect has the other cuff on their own wrist(Hereby referred to as the commander.). When the subject is under the effect of SCP-XXX, they gain a telepathic link to the commander. As soon as this link is established, the victim appears to willingly obey any command from the commander, both verbally and telepathically. If the victim completed the command given to it by the commander, a rush of dopamine is observed, conditioning the victim for compliance of the commander's orders even while not under the effects of SCP-XXX. Please see Addendum-XXX-001 for testing logs. SCP-XXX was discovered in ██████████ ███████ prison, where it was being used to condition the prisoners to comply to the Warden's orders. Prisoner compliance was reported at 100%. -------- Test #1 Name: Dr.Amor Subject: D-10V3 Details: Red cuff was cuffed onto D-10V3's left wrist, while the other cuff was cuffed onto Dr.Amor's left wrist. Dr.Amor then proceeded to order D-10V3 to complete a list of mundane, easily done tasks, both verbally and telepathically. Dr.Amor reports that the tasks were completed quickly and efficiently. Subject reported to feel elation at the praise of Dr.Amor. [I] We can use this as our control test, any differences from this test should be noted.[/I] - Dr.Amor --- Test #2 Name: Dr.Amor Subject: D-H4T3 Details: Red cuff was cuffed onto D-H4T3's left wrist, while the other cuff was cuffed onto Dr.Amor's left wrist. Dr.Amor then proceeded to order D-H4T3 to jump 40 feet in the air. Subject was unable to complete said task and felt extreme shame at this fact. [I]Well, it seems we can't make anyone do anything out of their abilities, a shame. I wanted to use this as the imperius curse.[/I] - Dr.Amor --- Test #3 Name: Dr.Amor Subject: Mr.Deeds Details: [I]Testing aborted due to Mr.Deeds complete compliance to all commands given, test not needed.[/I] --- [I]The next time I see someone stealing SCP-XXX and attaching it to their significant other, they're getting put on Keter duty, forever. [/I]- O5-██ --------- Blech, I'm tired, don't think this one came out as good as the others.
You're god.
Keter duty, how very clichè
I think I read something in the forums about how you shouldn't put "personnel caught doing [whatever] will be reassigned to Keter duty/class-D" in the newer stories, because when the older ones were written it was funny and acceptable but now it's just overused.
[QUOTE=coolity;32647846]For the sake of ease: [url]http://filesmelt.com/dl/world_31.zip[/url] Current version of site 96. [editline]5th October 2011[/editline] Warning: May contain Chickens and Silverfish.[/QUOTE] Haha what the hell? I went into the cafeteria and I broke open the trash to see what was inside, and a chicken jumped out. :v:
[QUOTE=Spycrabz;32650889]Keter duty, how very clichè[/QUOTE] It's a good cliche.
Is the server down?
[QUOTE=geogzm;32653421]Is the server down?[/QUOTE] I tried to join earlier, and it didn't work, so I'm assuming that yes, it is.
Hello, Doctor Mann here, one of the admins from the SCP Foundation, and author of such SCPs as 423, 5308-J, and 774. Someone linked me here, and I thought I'd reply to a few points made in this thread. First off, 682. Yeah, his testing log needs some pruning. Both 682 and 914 need to have their logs trimmed every once in a while to remove the more over-the-top or retarded entries. You have to understand, [i]anyone[/i] can edit those logs, so long as they're a member. At some point, we'll go through again and remove the more nonsensical ones. If there's no way for 682 to survive without a complete ass-pull, it shouldn't be on the testing log. And no, we will never kill the lizard. The point of the article is to have it survive whatever we throw at it (so long as it's not a complete ass-pull). Keep in mind, the articles are all "in progress" from an in-universe standpoint (and may even be an old version). So the idea isn't necessarily that the reptile [i]can't[/i] be killed, just that we haven't found a good method of doing so yet. A lot of ways that would probably work are also probably too difficult to be worth it. A nuke, for example, would probably kill it. On the other hand, despite what some of the articles suggest, a nuclear explosion is not something that can easily be covered up, and if it [i]didn't[/i] work, it would probably give 682 a chance to escape (and now he's radioactive). Using SCPs can sometimes lead to more trouble than it's worth. For example, his friendship with the 079 is probably going to come and bite us in the ass one of these days. Now, joining the site. Somewhere between half and three-quarters of applications are accepted. Most days, it's closer to three-quarters. I'm not the one who actually approves the applications (that's Bright), but I can give you a better idea of what you can say to keep your application from being ash-canned. First of all, don't post in-character, or third-person, or any of that. We're not looking at your super-duper alter-ego researcher you're planning. We're looking at you, and what you hope to accomplish on the site. Don't try to hard to impress us, either. Telling us that you're the smartest kid in your school isn't likely to make us hopeful about your involvement with the site. All we want to know is whether or not you intend to contribute. Do you plan to write some articles? Comment on them? Do you want to be able to vote on the articles, and maybe talk about what makes a good SCP? That's the sort of thing we're looking for. We're not looking for your magnum opus Warehouse 13 fic, or the awards you won in your creative writing class. We're not looking for someone who's going to have lots of wacky hi-jinx. We just want someone who will contribute. Finally, for those who do join up, odds are, your first SCP is going to get deleted. Some people come in and just magically get the tone and the feel of the site (like Tanhony), but most take a while. Don't worry about it. Even Bright, Clef, and Gears have had articles deleted. Just be willing to listen to advice. One thing that will help is sharing it in chat or on the forum. Listen to the advice you get. Some people may be a bit acerbic, but they're criticizing your idea, not you. If someone says it's retarded, understand that they're not calling [i]you[/i] retarded. And remember that it's only by trying and failing that we get better.
[QUOTE=DrMann;32654191]Hello, Doctor Mann here, one of the admins from the SCP Foundation, and author of such SCPs as 423, 5308-J, and 774. Someone linked me here, and I thought I'd reply to a few points made in this thread. First off, 682. Yeah, his testing log needs some pruning. Both 682 and 914 need to have their logs trimmed every once in a while to remove the more over-the-top or retarded entries. You have to understand, [i]anyone[/i] can edit those logs, so long as they're a member. At some point, we'll go through again and remove the more nonsensical ones. If there's no way for 682 to survive without a complete ass-pull, it shouldn't be on the testing log. And no, we will never kill the lizard. The point of the article is to have it survive whatever we throw at it (so long as it's not a complete ass-pull). Keep in mind, the articles are all "in progress" from an in-universe standpoint (and may even be an old version). So the idea isn't necessarily that the reptile [i]can't[/i] be killed, just that we haven't found a good method of doing so yet. A lot of ways that would probably work are also probably too difficult to be worth it. A nuke, for example, would probably kill it. On the other hand, despite what some of the articles suggest, a nuclear explosion is not something that can easily be covered up, and if it [i]didn't[/i] work, it would probably give 682 a chance to escape (and now he's radioactive). Using SCPs can sometimes lead to more trouble than it's worth. For example, his friendship with the 079 is probably going to come and bite us in the ass one of these days. Now, joining the site. Somewhere between half and three-quarters of applications are accepted. Most days, it's closer to three-quarters. I'm not the one who actually approves the applications (that's Bright), but I can give you a better idea of what you can say to keep your application from being ash-canned. First of all, don't post in-character, or third-person, or any of that. We're not looking at your super-duper alter-ego researcher you're planning. We're looking at you, and what you hope to accomplish on the site. Don't try to hard to impress us, either. Telling us that you're the smartest kid in your school isn't likely to make us hopeful about your involvement with the site. All we want to know is whether or not you intend to contribute. Do you plan to write some articles? Comment on them? Do you want to be able to vote on the articles, and maybe talk about what makes a good SCP? That's the sort of thing we're looking for. We're not looking for your magnum opus Warehouse 13 fic, or the awards you won in your creative writing class. We're not looking for someone who's going to have lots of wacky hi-jinx. We just want someone who will contribute. Finally, for those who do join up, odds are, your first SCP is going to get deleted. Some people come in and just magically get the tone and the feel of the site (like Tanhony), but most take a while. Don't worry about it. Even Bright, Clef, and Gears have had articles deleted. Just be willing to listen to advice. One thing that will help is sharing it in chat or on the forum. Listen to the advice you get. Some people may be a bit acerbic, but they're criticizing your idea, not you. If someone says it's retarded, understand that they're not calling [i]you[/i] retarded. And remember that it's only by trying and failing that we get better.[/QUOTE] Is [url=http://www.facepunch.com/threads/1127105?p=32607552&viewfull=1#post32607552]this[/url] good for an attempt at an SCP?
[QUOTE=DrMann;32654191]Hello, Doctor Mann here, one of the admins from the SCP Foundation, and author of such SCPs as 423, 5308-J, and 774. Someone linked me here, and I thought I'd reply to a few points made in this thread. First off, 682. Yeah, his testing log needs some pruning. Both 682 and 914 need to have their logs trimmed every once in a while to remove the more over-the-top or retarded entries. You have to understand, [i]anyone[/i] can edit those logs, so long as they're a member. At some point, we'll go through again and remove the more nonsensical ones. If there's no way for 682 to survive without a complete ass-pull, it shouldn't be on the testing log. And no, we will never kill the lizard. The point of the article is to have it survive whatever we throw at it (so long as it's not a complete ass-pull). Keep in mind, the articles are all "in progress" from an in-universe standpoint (and may even be an old version). So the idea isn't necessarily that the reptile [i]can't[/i] be killed, just that we haven't found a good method of doing so yet. A lot of ways that would probably work are also probably too difficult to be worth it. A nuke, for example, would probably kill it. On the other hand, despite what some of the articles suggest, a nuclear explosion is not something that can easily be covered up, and if it [i]didn't[/i] work, it would probably give 682 a chance to escape (and now he's radioactive). Using SCPs can sometimes lead to more trouble than it's worth. For example, his friendship with the 079 is probably going to come and bite us in the ass one of these days. Now, joining the site. Somewhere between half and three-quarters of applications are accepted. Most days, it's closer to three-quarters. I'm not the one who actually approves the applications (that's Bright), but I can give you a better idea of what you can say to keep your application from being ash-canned. First of all, don't post in-character, or third-person, or any of that. We're not looking at your super-duper alter-ego researcher you're planning. We're looking at you, and what you hope to accomplish on the site. Don't try to hard to impress us, either. Telling us that you're the smartest kid in your school isn't likely to make us hopeful about your involvement with the site. All we want to know is whether or not you intend to contribute. Do you plan to write some articles? Comment on them? Do you want to be able to vote on the articles, and maybe talk about what makes a good SCP? That's the sort of thing we're looking for. We're not looking for your magnum opus Warehouse 13 fic, or the awards you won in your creative writing class. We're not looking for someone who's going to have lots of wacky hi-jinx. We just want someone who will contribute. Finally, for those who do join up, odds are, your first SCP is going to get deleted. Some people come in and just magically get the tone and the feel of the site (like Tanhony), but most take a while. Don't worry about it. Even Bright, Clef, and Gears have had articles deleted. Just be willing to listen to advice. One thing that will help is sharing it in chat or on the forum. Listen to the advice you get. Some people may be a bit acerbic, but they're criticizing your idea, not you. If someone says it's retarded, understand that they're not calling [i]you[/i] retarded. And remember that it's only by trying and failing that we get better.[/QUOTE] On the point of killing off 682, which you said won't ever happen... Why not just launch him into the sun or something? In fact, that would be a great way to dispose of around 98% of the SCPs that cause problems.
[QUOTE=RagerTrader;32654254]On the point of killing off 682, which you said won't ever happen... Why not just launch him into the sun or something? In fact, that would be a great way to dispose of around 98% of the SCPs that cause problems.[/QUOTE] I'd imagine that wouldn't be worth the effort expended in creating the rocket. I mean, 682's annoying as fuck and if he gets out he kills a lot of people, but it probably isn't worth building a rocket good enough to get to the sun when the SCP in the next room could potentially kill him for good.
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