• The SCP Foundation - "Send in the D-Class!"
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[url]http://scp-wiki.wikidot.com/scp-1898[/url] Addendum 3 sold the whole thing.
Appendum 3 [I]ruined[/I] the whole thing, more like.
[QUOTE=Zombii;34394486]Appendum 3 [I]ruined[/I] the whole thing, more like.[/QUOTE] It's fine to have humor in SCP's, stop being all old and farty
[QUOTE=Tagger;34394186][url]http://scp-wiki.wikidot.com/scp-1898[/url] Addendum 3 sold the whole thing.[/QUOTE] [img]http://emotibot.net/pix/1637.jpeg[/img]
[QUOTE=Zombii;34394486]Appendum 3 [I]ruined[/I] the whole thing, more like.[/QUOTE] Atleast it's not one of those "hilarious" "If you have sex with/use the SCP for your own kinky [REDACTED] fantasies/use it for a magic show you will be on Keter Duty/will DIE" addendums.
I got an idea for the stairs SCP, why not get a hose and just pour water down there and drown the fucker. Empty a lake while you're at it.
[QUOTE=Novangel;34396694]I got an idea for the stairs SCP, why not get a hose and just pour water down there and drown the fucker. Empty a lake while you're at it.[/QUOTE] It probably doesn't need to breathe if it's [b]just a floating face[/b].
Still it'll be hilarious to flood that fucker with tonnes and tonnes of water.
i believe that's a waste of resources
D class would like to have a word with you
Originally, I was going to make a post saying how cool it would be to work at the foundation, but then I started thinking. It'd only be some what cool if you were a high ranking staff member, anyone else always gets screwed in the ass. D-class have it the worst obviously, but hey, most deserve what's coming to them anyway. As cool as it sounds to be an agent, they seem to die in some pretty gruesome ways half the time. A regular researcher has a good chance of being mutilated, literally raped, or worse by almost any given object at almost any given time. The level 4-5 ranking people are the only guys who are likely not to get their shit fucked up in some way. When you look at it that way, actually ranking up there must be damned hard and horrifying. So with that; how, and why the fuck does anyone work there long enough to even become a high ranking staff member? It isn't worth it to go through all of that shit just to see or speak to some of the awesome SCPs.
[QUOTE=Katatonic717;34398413]Originally, I was going to make a post saying how cool it would be to work at the foundation, but then I started thinking. It'd only be some what cool if you were a high ranking staff member, anyone else always gets screwed in the ass. D-class have it the worst obviously, but hey, most deserve what's coming to them anyway. As cool as it sounds to be an agent, they seem to die in some pretty gruesome ways half the time. A regular researcher has a good chance of being mutilated, literally raped, or worse by almost any given object at almost any given time. The level 4-5 ranking people are the only guys who are likely not to get their shit fucked up in some way. When you look at it that way, actually ranking up there must be damned hard and horrifying. So with that; how, and why the fuck does anyone work there long enough to even become a high ranking staff member? It isn't worth it to go through all of that shit just to see or speak to some of the awesome SCPs.[/QUOTE] I imagine that the pay must be absolutely mindblowing, and some might just do it for the betterment of humanity. I don't think it's about ranking up or seeing 682 fuck someone's shit.
[QUOTE=Aperture fan;34398615]I imagine that the pay must be absolutely mindblowing, and some might just do it for the betterment of humanity. I don't think it's about ranking up or seeing 682 fuck someone's shit.[/QUOTE] I didn't think of that. Yeah, you're going to a job where you could end up dead, lose a limb, get sucked into rape dimension X, or any number of endlessly horrible possibilities at the end of the work day. Either they're forced into it like the D-class, or the pay is fucking incredible.
I love Troy's commentary on terrible SCPS: (Warning, wall of text ahead.) [QUOTE=Troy]Item#: SCP-1039 (Oh, sweet. A number. It's a shame that you named the page wrong, so it won't link properly to the main list, but whatever. It's cool.) Object Class: Euclid (Euclid. That's good. You're still going strong.) Special Containment Procedures: SCP-1039 is to be kept in one empty room. (As opposed to… two? Three? What kind of room? Where is it at? I DON'T KNOW WHERE THIS THING IS! What do I do if I get assigned this room as my office?! It could happen. BECAUSE NO ONE KNOWS WHERE IT IS.) A large curtain has been hung in front of the mirror (as opposed to.. a door? And putting it in a cabinet?) and no one is to open it without permission from Dr.███. (You know, I could complain about how I don't know who to doctor is, but this is alright. I mean, maybe where's a copy of something out there with his actual name. Maybe. I hope.) If a person does open the curtain, a lockdown must take place for at least twenty minutes before letting the person out. (Alright. I guess this is a hook… We're getting there.) Anyone who does open the curtain will be subject to a psychological examination and will be working with SCP-██ (Only two numbers. Nice. Nice.) for a week. (Not "will be assigned" or "will be directed to." Noo… Meh. Yeah. You just made me Meh. I just Bright'd up in this bitch.) Description: SCP-1039 is a small red mirror (Oh God.) with runes (Getting worse) surrounding it's (Son of a bitch.) edges. The runes around are ███. (I… I don't even know. Was this supposed to be a language? A color? Do they fucking glo? Not glow. "Glo." Like mop and glo.) The top side says 'Think hard.' (So, not a language.) and the bottom side says 'And you will become it.'. (Wish fulfillment SCPs are universally bad. Well, not universally. One of them is good. But just one) The sides of the mirror say 'Careful.'. (It says it in the 'runes.') Whoever looks into the mirror can become whatever they're thinking of, provided that the object is also an animal, (And let the furry jokes begin.) and that the person knows exactly what they want to turn into. (I want to be a aviatar. That a bird centaur) Inorganic objects can also only transform into inorganic objects, ex: a hammer can transform into something like a marker. (…That is just… oddly specific…) However, inorganic transformations have only occurred when someone attempts to destroy SCP-1039. (Oh! We're trying to break the God mirror with no drawbacks. Well then.) Also, (Very nice tab, there) the person will only become that thing for twenty minutes. (Oh, so there IS a drawback.) After that, the person will change back. The changing process is painful, as people will scream and vomit as the mirror changes and deconstructs their bodies to build them into something new, only to change them right back with the same amount of pain. (This sounds like something straight out of a terrible, terrible furry fan fiction.) Scars have been known to be left behind, and one subjects body was [DATA REDACTED] after trying to turn back. (Oh Gosh! He [DATA REDACTED] so hard his [DATA REDACTED] inside out [DATA REDACTED] pineapple [DATA REDACTED] nose job? Jesus.) Several subjects have tried to smash the mirror in revenge, ("I WILL END YOU, FOUL REFLECTOR!") however all attempts to smash the mirror have failed, as the runes turn anything that tries to destroy them into something harmless-like a kitten-before transforming it back. (Again… oddly specific.) This also happens with inorganic objects, and it is this behavior that has made Dr.███ (Mysterious Dr. Three Letters again… ) think that the mirror can read the thoughts of others (With… with that telepathy ability? The one where they think?) even when they aren't thinking about things to be transformed into. (*sigh*) This is likely, however, there are no possible ways of testing this. (Shit. I wish this thing was in a telekil box sooo bad. I wanna see Sorts rage.) SCP-1039 is currently being stored in Sector-██. This brings up the question of just how SCP-1039 gained telepathy without having a brain to begin with, which is still unknown. (You just made me cry a little.) Additional Notes: SCP-1039 was found in an abandoned house after several children had been proclaimed to have 'transformed into animals.'. (Isn't this… painful? God. The trauma these kids went through should have been what got it reported. Fuck.) A nearby agent heard of the story, and upon looking at it, started his usual (Oh fucking hell.) daydream of being a lemur. After the painful transformation process and after returning to normal, the agent secured the mirror. The area was then administered amnesiacs. (Just the area, though. THIS HOUSE CAN NEVER KNOW.) (Oh shit. It's still going.) Addendum 1039-B: Dr.███'s Test Logs Subject: D-144, female Caucasian, 35 years old, 170kg, 166cm tall. (Metric. Cool. 170 kg = about… 375 lbs. And she's 5'5". Wow.) Actions: Subject looked upon mirror and went pale. Subject seemed to be frozen in place as the runes upon the mirror lit up in a blue color. Subject was covered by said glow and the subject started to scream and cry in pain. The glow upon the runes and the subject grew larger, and the larger the glow, the more the subject felt the pain, even puking once before the color obscured her for a few seconds before going away completely to reveal a cheetah. Subject limped around for a few moments, and scars were visible upon her. After twenty minutes, she changed back the same way with even more scarring on her. (This needs to be posted on a furry site. No joke.) Subject: D-149, male Caucasian, 44 years old, 180kg, 150cm tall. (See above rant.) Actions: [DATA REDACTED] Subject: D-156, male Caucasian, 42 years old, 160kg, 156cm tall. (See above above rant.) Actions: Subject turned into a Komodo Dragon in the same way that D-144 did. Scarring has also been noticed upon the subject and vomit will now have to be cleaned up. (Did we JUST DO THIS SHIT? Alright. Alright, whatever.) I don't think it would be wise to put anymore people through this thing. Quite honestly, something like this is probably more harmful than helpful. Termination tests shall be starting tomorrow. - Dr. ███ (No. The Foundation DOES NOT destroy things unless they HAVE to. This sucker is fine. It's more likely to be decommissioned BY ME than than destroyed by the Foundation.) Subject: D-156 (And you don't care about their massively fat bodies anymore? Alright.) Actions: Subject attempted to punch the mirror, but the mirror somehow knew what was about to happen and turned him into a python. (Did it use TELEPATHY?) I have no idea how the mirror knew what was coming. However, we cannot stop here. - Dr. ███ (I bet it used telepathy.) Subject: D-156 equipped with one Beretta. Actions: Upon firing at 1039, the bullets changed to small grey beads. (Small grey beads… that were still flying with the speed of a bullet. Cool… Right…) Subject: D-156 equipped with one baseball bat. Actions: Before the bat could hit the mirror, it was turned into a foam bat. I think we can form a conclusion that 1039 knows when someone is trying to destroy it and will act in self-preservation. How it's able to do this is beyond me. - Dr. ███ (I bet it used telepathy.) (In conclusion, this is a bad SCP and you should feel bad. The tone is wrong, it should be safe instead of euclid, and you made me rage so hard that I blew a damned blood vessel. GOOD DAY, SIR.) (I SAID GOOD DAY.) [/QUOTE]
The furry jokes that can be made, dear god they never end.
[QUOTE=Lordgeorge16;34397128]It probably doesn't need to breathe if it's [b]just a floating face[/b].[/QUOTE] What about the girl then? Also if it is bottomless then you can't fill it with water.
[QUOTE=asteroidrules;34401037]What about the girl then? Also if it is bottomless then you can't fill it with water.[/QUOTE] But it might now be bottomless, just really [i]really[/i] far. They did say the crying got louder when they passed a certain number.
I had this idea for an SCP that I'm probably going to write for the hell of it one day since the chances of it getting added are a million to one. I'm not going to write this like an SCP article now, I'm just going to slap down my ideas for this thing. So don't expect it to be all detailed and sciencey. I call it "The Reverse Flashlight" The idea I have is that it looks like a regular maglight, but when turned on and pointed at a wall, there's a dark circle where all the light has been removed. Though that seems a bit boring becuase, that's it all it does, it makes shadows. So I had another idea that if pointed at a surface long enough, matter begins to deteriorate, eventually reality itself starts to dissipate. When the thing is turned off a big black circle will be left on the wall or whatever you had it pointed at. The circle is essentially a hole to a big black empty void kinda like those holes you see in loony-toons cartoons. They could do a test where they shine it on some dude's face and it slowly eats away at it. Maybe his head disappears and at the top of his neck where his head was, there's a hole to that void. Cool idea?
[QUOTE=Katatonic717;34404898]I had this idea for an SCP that I'm probably going to write for the hell of it one day since the chances of it getting added are a million to one. I'm not going to write this like an SCP article now, I'm just going to slap down my ideas for this thing. So don't expect it to be all detailed and sciencey. I call it "The Reverse Flashlight" The idea I have is that it looks like a regular maglight, but when turned on and pointed at a wall, there's a dark circle where all the light has been removed. Though that seems a bit boring becuase, that's it all it does, it makes shadows. So I had another idea that if pointed at a surface long enough, matter begins to deteriorate, eventually reality itself starts to dissipate. When the thing is turned off a big black circle will be left on the wall or whatever you had it pointed at. The circle is essentially a hole to a big black empty void kinda like those holes you see in loony-toons cartoons. They could do a test where they shine it on some dude's face and it slowly eats away at it. Maybe his head disappears and at the top of his neck where his head was, there's a hole to that void. Cool idea?[/QUOTE] It is a good idea... unfortunately it's already been done, sorry bud. Edit: Except the eating the guy's face part :v:
[QUOTE=supersocko;34406439]It is a good idea... unfortunately it's already been done, sorry bud. Edit: Except the eating the guy's face part :v:[/QUOTE] It has? [img]http://facepunch.com/fp/emoot/saddowns.gif[/img]
[QUOTE=Katatonic717;34411205]It has? [IMG]http://facepunch.com/fp/emoot/saddowns.gif[/IMG][/QUOTE] Something similar. [URL="http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-869"]SCP-869[/URL]
This thread from the General Games Discussion section should be appropriate here. [url]http://www.facepunch.com/threads/1159106[/url]
[QUOTE=megafat;34428049]This thread from the General Games Discussion section should be appropriate here. [url]http://www.facepunch.com/threads/1159106[/url][/QUOTE] too bad it didn't have the crying noise or LED'. Maybe an actual D-Class debrief before hand.
These articles are really interesting, my favourite is the vending machine one.
[QUOTE=Rob Markia;34440151]These articles are really interesting, my favourite is the vending machine one.[/QUOTE] I love the sheer amount of creativity in that one, with all the items. I could barely make 5 and they've made almost 100.
[QUOTE=Rob Markia;34440151]These articles are really interesting, my favourite is the vending machine one.[/QUOTE] What's the number on that one? I want to read it.
[url]http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-294[/url]
[QUOTE=Novangel;34440265][url]http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-294[/url][/QUOTE] Thanks, I appreciate it that you got the link for them, I couldn't find it when I looked.
Is there an SCP for a subject that causes more damage when held in tougher containment?
[QUOTE=Glorbo;34444880]Is there an SCP for a subject that causes more damage when held in tougher containment?[/QUOTE] How would that work? "SCP-███ is a [REDACTED] that, despite previous efforts of the Foundation to contain it, continued to wreak havoc among the populace of ████████. It was only during a mix-up with a containment breach that SCP-███ was inadvertently contained by a researcher surrounding it with gift wrap. Said researcher, Dr. █████, thought it was the [REDACTED] he had bought for his daughter's birthday, and was covering it with low-grade, birthday-themed gift wrap and tape. SCP-███ was then rendered benign. Dr. █████ was commended for his bravery and promoted."
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