• The SCP Foundation - "Send in the D-Class!"
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It's so cheesey and take itself too seriously (this scp stuff)
[QUOTE=Spycrabz;32986498]55? What was that one again? I don't remember it at all.[/QUOTE] Oh man, page 55's gonna be interesting.
[QUOTE=Painties Hose;32987123]take itself too seriously[/QUOTE] thats the point genius
For whoever likes the concept of SCP-055 [url]http://www.scp-wiki.net/revenants[/url]
[QUOTE=kidkiller745;32988530]For whoever likes the concept of SCP-055 [url]http://www.scp-wiki.net/revenants[/url][/QUOTE] That is a pretty good twist on scp-55
[QUOTE=Painties Hose;32987123]It's so cheesey and take itself too seriously (this scp stuff)[/QUOTE] It's called imagination.
A thread like this doesn't deserve to die Bump for Urban Justice [img]http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/a/a0/Urban_Justice.jpg/220px-Urban_Justice.jpg[/img]
It wasn't really dead... anyway, my lab coat got here today, so my researcher costume is complete. I'll take pictures tomorrow.
[QUOTE=Zombii;33008746]It wasn't really dead...[/QUOTE] We can't take any risks
Would it count as an agent costume if I wore a gas mask with a field jacket?
[QUOTE=Trooper0315;32983884]This thing would make a good SCP; [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mvlgMpW-IvU&feature=related[/media][/QUOTE] It's already been claimed as being the Rake. It's not, but that's what it's been adopted into.
[QUOTE=ElectricSquid;33009208]Would it count as an agent costume if I wore a gas mask with a field jacket?[/QUOTE]I always pictured agents as MIB, really. You know, the whole black suit with sunglasses, ear piece, and a slick cut.
[QUOTE=DohEntertainmen;33010293]I always pictured agents as MIB, really. You know, the whole black suit with sunglasses, ear piece, and a slick cut.[/QUOTE] I always imagined them in a kind of 50's casablanca look. [img]http://www.modernights.com/images/trench.jpg[/img]
I always imagined them as a bunch of guys in labcoats all the time.
[QUOTE=Zakkin;33011829]I always imagined them as a bunch of guys in labcoats all the time.[/QUOTE] Why labcoats? I do believe they're recruited from militaries, not rich colleges like the scientists. I don't imagine they look much different from any other Special Forces group, though who the fuck knows what the scientists put in their uniforms with all the crazy shit they have. Just the normal BDUs and such, maybe a suit for business and other such regular dealings.
[QUOTE=DohEntertainmen;33010293]I always pictured agents as MIB, really. You know, the whole black suit with sunglasses, ear piece, and a slick cut.[/QUOTE] [img]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/3965132/shit%20past%201013/reactions/scp.gif[/img]
[QUOTE=ijyt;33010484]I always imagined them in a kind of 50's casablanca look. [img]http://www.modernights.com/images/trench.jpg[/img][/QUOTE] As cool as that would be, it sort of makes them stand out as those sorts of outfits aren't all that common.
[QUOTE=Spycrabz;32987557]thats the point genius[/QUOTE] I know, but the ones i read at the time used [redacted] poorly in a way that just made it annoying rather than interesting, now that i've read another 60 pages, I see that the well-written ones are great.
If anyone's interested, the SCP Minecraft project's pretty much in full swing by this point. [url]http://www.facepunch.com/threads/1136467[/url] New shiny thread and everything.
Lost connection to sandbox halfway through writing my new scp, nopenopenopenopenope
I have an idea for an SCP - this is my first one -------------------------------------------------- [B]SCP-1007[/B] [IMG]http://i43.tinypic.com/67rqx4.jpg[/IMG] [I]A Commodore PET model similar to SCP-1007.[/I] [B]Item #:[/B] SCP-1007 [B]Object Class:[/B] Euclid [B]Special Containment Procedures:[/B] SCP-1007 is to be contained on a desk in Site-17. The computer is not to be required any special condition, as it does not differ from a normal computer in a physical perspective. [B]Description:[/B] SCP-1007 appears to be a standard Commodore PET home computer, manufactured in 1980. It has a fairly clean surface, and appears to have been recently under a cleaning procedure. A sticker sits near the keyboard, reading "████████ ██". SCP-1007 was found in the basement of an uninhabited property in Great Bend, Kansas after reports of a bomb blast near the border of the countries of Spain and Mali. When the timecodes had expired, [DATA REDACTED] When the command ████████ ██ is entered, a series of five messages are shown on screen. The messages contain a timecode and cordinates that tell the location and time of a bomb detonation. They appear to be randomly generated, as most of the observed bomb blasts have hit the ocean. If any other commands than ████████ ██ are entered, an error screen will appear and the command is never transferred succesfully. It is currently unknown if explosions are cancelled when power is turned off the computer, but it is assumed not. [B]Addendum:[/B] Upon its discovery, this text was found written on the screen. [QUOTE]2:25, -6.68716 -105.83955, DST: 1.01 4:10, 42.43853 1.33575, DST: 1.84 4:45, -20.36072 69.07602, DST: 1.14 6:25, 17.38523 -5.55291, DST: 1.10 15:10, 11.52779 43.81039, DST: 1.04[/QUOTE] When the time was 15:10:33, the computer went back to the main screen. Agent Millwood wrote the command that was written on the sticker, and a set of new codes went up on the screen. [QUOTE]11:05, -25.68886 -9.39732, DST: 1.23 12:20, 52.88199 -25.23559, DST: 2.75 16:40, 67.51133 50.15296, DST: 6.83 17:20, -37.84769 4.25792, DST: 1.60 23:40, 56.07024 -39.51206, DST: 3.21[/QUOTE] The computer was later put in SCP possession, as there had been reported a bomb blast at 16:40 in the Nenets Autonomous Okrug, Russia.
It sounds like a cool idea, but the way the Foundation discovered it is a bit vague. If there were bomb blasts on one side of the world, why would somebody be looking in the middle of Kansas for the cause?
I both love and hate the SCP foundation. It's interesting and entertaining as hell, but it's worse than TVTropes in terms of THIS LINK SEEMS INTERESTING, YOU WANT TO READ THIS, DON'T YOU? HEY LOOK, IT'S 3 A.M.
[QUOTE=ElectricSquid;33036993]It sounds like a cool idea, but the way the Foundation discovered it is a bit vague. If there were bomb blasts on one side of the world, why would somebody be looking in the middle of Kansas for the cause?[/QUOTE] I don't know. I guess someone came across it and called the Foundation - i don't know who, but it is cool if it has a little secretive feel to it, i think.
[QUOTE=Lufttygger306;33037092]I don't know. I guess someone came across it and called the Foundation - i don't know who, but it is cool if it has a little secretive feel to it, i think.[/QUOTE] The vagueness and deus-ex-machina feel of it overpowers the idea's cool, imo.
[QUOTE=Lufttygger306;33037092]I don't know. I guess someone came across it and called the Foundation - i don't know who, but it is cool if it has a little secretive feel to it, i think.[/QUOTE] Okay, how about there was a Foundation agent on holiday in Kansas when he came across it? That makes sense.
[QUOTE=Cone;33038295]Okay, how about there was a Foundation agent on holiday in Kansas when he came across it? That makes sense.[/QUOTE] How about you tell me what to write instead [editline]30th October 2011[/editline] Oh well. I refined it a little and tried to make it a little less vague, by explaining how the computer was found. ------------------------------------ [B]SCP-1007[/B] [IMG]http://i43.tinypic.com/67rqx4.jpg[/IMG] [I]A Commodore PET model similar to SCP-1007.[/I] [B]Item #:[/B] SCP-1007 [B]Object Class:[/B] Euclid [B]Special Containment Procedures:[/B] SCP-1007 is to be contained on a desk in Site-17. The computer is not to be required any special condition, as it does not differ from a normal computer in a physical perspective. [B]Description:[/B] SCP-1007 appears to be a standard Commodore PET home computer, manufactured in 1980. It has a fairly clean surface, and appears to have been recently under a cleaning procedure. A sticker sits near the keyboard, reading "████████ ██". SCP-1007 was found in the basement of an uninhabited property in Great Bend, Kansas after reports of a bomb blast near the border of the countries of Spain and Mali. It was later found out that the bomb blasts came from missiles send by a satellite near the atmosphere of earth, and there were send radio signals to it from an unknown computer entity. These signals were later tracked down to the computers' location in Kansas. When the timecodes had expired, [DATA REDACTED] When the command ████████ ██ is entered, a series of five messages are shown on screen. The messages contain a timecode and cordinates that tell the location and time of a bomb detonation. They appear to be randomly generated, as most of the observed bomb blasts have hit the ocean. If any other commands than ████████ ██ are entered, an error screen will appear and the command is never transferred succesfully. It is currently unknown if explosions are cancelled when power is turned off the computer, but it is assumed not. [B]Addendum:[/B] Upon its discovery, this text was found written on the screen. [QUOTE]2:25, -6.68716 -105.83955, DST: 1.01 4:10, 42.43853 1.33575, DST: 1.84 4:45, -20.36072 69.07602, DST: 1.14 6:25, 17.38523 -5.55291, DST: 1.10 15:10, 11.52779 43.81039, DST: 1.04[/QUOTE] When the time was 15:10:33, the computer went back to the main screen. Agent Millwood wrote the command that was written on the sticker, and a set of new codes went up on the screen. [QUOTE]11:05, -25.68886 -9.39732, DST: 1.23 12:20, 52.88199 -25.23559, DST: 2.75 16:40, 67.51133 50.15296, DST: 6.83 17:20, -37.84769 4.25792, DST: 1.60 23:40, 56.07024 -39.51206, DST: 3.21[/QUOTE] The computer was later put in SCP possession, as there had been reported a bomb blast at 16:40 in the Nenets Autonomous Okrug, Russia.
[QUOTE=jimhowl33t;33037050]I both love and hate the SCP foundation. It's interesting and entertaining as hell, but it's worse than TVTropes in terms of THIS LINK SEEMS INTERESTING, YOU WANT TO READ THIS, DON'T YOU? HEY LOOK, IT'S 3 A.M.[/QUOTE] At least SCP isn't full of sick fucks rattling on about their horrific fantasies in great detail.
[QUOTE=Aredbomb;33043861]At least SCP isn't full of sick fucks rattling on about their horrific fantasies in great detail.[/QUOTE] Is that sarcasm? Because I've heard some people criticize the foundation for just being an outlet for some people's fantasies.
[QUOTE=ElectricSquid;33044602]Is that sarcasm? Because I've heard some people criticize the foundation for just being an outlet for some people's fantasies.[/QUOTE] I believe he was referring to the relatively large population of weaboos who frequent tvtropes.
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