• The SCP Foundation - "Send in the D-Class!"
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[QUOTE=rinoaff33;34863547]I always wonder how the Foundation manages to get enough d-class for everything. They seem to kill at least 100 a week just for the lulz. There aren't [I]that[/I] many death row convicts...or do they pull them from across the world, not just the US?[/QUOTE] Remember, the site is styled like the actual intranet portal for a real life SCP Foundation would be. They [I]say[/I] they're death row prisoners, but they could just as easily be political dissidents from North Korea. The same goes for monthly termination, they might just say that to quell any moral issues the research staff might have.
Another one of these crappy SCPs. This particular one has 31 downvotes [img]http://filesmelt.com/dl/shitcp_1999.png[/img]
Oh wow, I could shit out a better SCP. That one is 1 billion light years away, yet 100 trillion times the size of the milky way?
[QUOTE=C:\;34881116]Oh wow, I could shit out a better SCP. That one is 1 billion light years away, yet 100 trillion times the size of the milky way?[/QUOTE] pick the highest numbers you can think of; stick them in an scp
Protocol 12 makes me believe the Foundation supports thr War on Drugs.
[url]http://scp-wiki.wikidot.com/scp-887[/url] 887 is pretty cool.
231 haunts me just a little still. Possibly because brutal, long-term systematic kiddie-rape is such a fuckin' common problem in my end of the world. That SCP reminded me of newspaper articles that pop up about once a month.
I think a new event should be added to SCP-895's camera feed. At one random instant, once a day, the image goes dark, and when it re-brightens, the coffin lid should be on the ground, exposing whatever is inside it for a split second before the camera feed "crashes" in a BSOD manner for 10 minutes.
[QUOTE=Lordgeorge16;34882217]I think a new event should be added to SCP-895's camera feed. At one random instant, once a day, the image goes dark, and when it re-brightens, the coffin lid should be on the ground, exposing whatever is inside it for a split second before the camera feed "crashes" in a BSOD manner for 10 minutes.[/QUOTE] Well, given that the coffin is empty to anything but cameras, the scariness of it opening is quite watered down.
[QUOTE=Riller;34882239]Well, given that the coffin is empty to anything but cameras, the scariness of it opening is quite watered down.[/QUOTE] But we're viewing it through a faux camera feed, which means that there should be something so horrid inside that the feed "crashes" almost as soon as it comes on-screen.
Disregard that, I'm an idiot. The opening, however, would require you to die, so... Kind of a downer to me, at least.
[QUOTE=Riller;34882266]Disregard that, I'm an idiot. The opening, however, would require you to die, so... Kind of a downer to me, at least.[/QUOTE] Not necessarily. I'm just guessing that either A: the camera is designed to shut down if the lid is removed from the coffin, or B: whatever is inside is so mind-fucking-ly scary that the camera malfunctions and breaks when it is seen, which would protect, so to speak, the viewer from psychological insanity upon viewing it.
[QUOTE=Lordgeorge16;34882299]Not necessarily. I'm just guessing that either A: the camera is designed to shut down if the lid is removed from the coffin, or B: whatever is inside is so mind-fucking-ly scary that the camera malfunctions and breaks when it is seen, which would protect, so to speak, the viewer from psychological insanity upon viewing it.[/QUOTE] Apparently whatever the camera placed inside it was scary enough to make a hardened command unit scream himself possibly to death, so I doubt anybody seeing it would walk away particularly sane. Besides, it's a lot scarier to imagine what's inside rather than have it shown to you. It's the principle the scariest games known to man are based on; not what actually does lurk in the dark, but what [I][B]could.[/B][/I]
[QUOTE=Cone;34883964]Apparently whatever the camera placed inside it was scary enough to make a hardened command unit scream himself possibly to death, so I doubt anybody seeing it would walk away particularly sane. Besides, it's a lot scarier to imagine what's inside rather than have it shown to you. It's the principle the scariest games known to man are based on; not what actually does lurk in the dark, but what [I][B]could.[/B][/I][/QUOTE] I think it's more like something attacked him through the monitor, or telephathically killed the shit out of him.
A new batch just came up: [url]http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1077[/url] SCP-1077 "The Unobservable Entity" [url]http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1507[/url] SCP-1507 "Pink Flamingos" [url]http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1730[/url] SCP-1730 "The Rat Colony"
Don't we already [B]have[/B] an unobservable entity?
[QUOTE=esalaka;34884191]Don't we already [B]have[/B] an unobservable entity?[/QUOTE] We do, and thats probably why its standing at -4- -6- -7- its been self-deleted by the author.
Too much [REDACTED] kills the [REDACTED]
[QUOTE=Ghhostface;34884127] [url]http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1507[/url] SCP-1507 "Pink Flamingos" [/QUOTE] We have one of those flamingos in our garden. I just noticed it looks directly into my computer room window :tinfoil:
[QUOTE=Val67;34884372]Too much [REDACTED] kills the [REDACTED][/QUOTE] [REDACTED] █████████ ████ ██████████████████ [REDACTED] ██-██-████ [DATA EXPUNGED]
[QUOTE=Riller;34885504][REDACTED] █████████ ████ ██████████████████ [REDACTED] ██-██-████ [DATA EXPUNGED][/QUOTE] Looks like [URL=http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1459-j]SCP-1459-J[/URL] fell on your post.
[QUOTE=milkandcooki;34882054][url]http://scp-wiki.wikidot.com/scp-887[/url] 887 is pretty cool.[/QUOTE] [quote]Sample 887-3877: Eight pages, German. A folkloric tale of a boy born without a heart, who ventures into the woods and acquires one from a friendly old woman. He grows up and marries a beautiful lady, who dies giving birth to a demon that devours both.[/quote] Such a touching story. Gets me every time. [editline]26th February 2012[/editline] oh god 887's logs are gold [quote]Sample 887-3137: 47 pages of Hexadecimal code. Code successfully compiles into a PNG image of Dr. ████████ in a speedo. Dr. ████████ claims no such picture was taken.[/quote] [quote]Sample 887-1111: The musical score for "SCP Foundation, The Musical" Personally, I think we should try to sell this to Broadway. I mean, really; how else are you going to see Dr. Bright and Dr. Clef belting out a duet about SCP-682's eating habits? -Dr. Edison[/quote]
You guys remember that vending machine that sold anything? And how one of the things it dispensed was "Tentacle Grape?" it's real [t]http://images3.jlist.com/g7/tentacle_grape_2wkdn.jpg[/t]
I'm a little new to all this - I only got into SCP from a game. I forgot it's name, but you all probably know about it. I'm unsure where exactly to start on all this. But basically, these stories are creepy stories about various types of organisms? I've found the wiki where they're all archived, but I'm not entirely sure what to do. Just start reading? Yeah okay, I'm a "newfag" or whatever the word is that cool kids use these days.
[QUOTE=Untitled01;34888685]I'm a little new to all this - I only got into SCP from a game. I forgot it's name, but you all probably know about it. I'm unsure where exactly to start on all this. But basically, these stories are creepy stories about various types of organisms? I've found the wiki where they're all archived, but I'm not entirely sure what to do. Just start reading? Yeah okay, I'm a "newfag" or whatever the word is that cool kids use these days.[/QUOTE] Just go to the main list and start picking ones out at random. Alternatively, you can wait around and I'm sure some people would give you some good ones. Personally, I recommend 455 and The Sculptor of SoHo.
SCPs are pretty cool things, specially since the nazi admins keep the content fresh and good. My favorite reads from that entire site are the coffee machine, and "Document recovered from the Marianas Trench."
"Document Recovered From The Marianas Trench" is one of the better pieces on the site. It's nice to see a piece that's from something other than the Foundation's point of view, especially when it's [sp]of an XK-Class Event[/sp].
[QUOTE][B]Item Description:[/B] A squirrel which constantly moved much slower than normal, even when jumping or falling, similar to "slow-motion" video footage. [B]Date of Recovery[/B]: ██-██-████ [B]Location of Recovery:[/B] ███████ Family Campgrounds, ███████ [B]Current Status:[/B] Shot with pistol. Corpse shown to have no unusual properties.[/QUOTE] omg why ;n;
[QUOTE=Untitled01;34888685]I'm a little new to all this - I only got into SCP from a game. I forgot it's name, but you all probably know about it. I'm unsure where exactly to start on all this. But basically, these stories are creepy stories about various types of organisms? I've found the wiki where they're all archived, but I'm not entirely sure what to do. Just start reading? Yeah okay, I'm a "newfag" or whatever the word is that cool kids use these days.[/QUOTE] You're probably going to want some information on some of the usual SCP jokes we make, so I recommend [url=http://scp-wiki.wikidot.com/scp-682]SCP-682,[/url] [url=http://scp-wiki.wikidot.com/scp-173]SCP-173,[/url] and [url=http://scp-wiki.wikidot.com/scp-087]SCP-087[/url] for starters. Then some generally good ones are [url=http://scp-wiki.wikidot.com/scp-914]SCP-914,[/url] [url=http://scp-wiki.wikidot.com/scp-073]SCP-073,[/url] [url=http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-115]SCP-115,[/url] [url=http://scp-wiki.wikidot.com/scp-085]SCP-085[/url] and [url=http://scp-wiki.wikidot.com/scp-354]SCP-354.[/url] From there you can do whatever, but those are pretty good starter articles. I'm personally going to read them in order from 1 going up, but I will read out of order if one SCP references another for whatever reason. And watch out for the pictures, they can scare the shit out of you if you aren't prepared.
[QUOTE=Aperture fan;34889208]You're probably going to want some information on some of the usual SCP jokes we make, so I recommend [url=http://scp-wiki.wikidot.com/scp-682]SCP-682,[/url] [url=http://scp-wiki.wikidot.com/scp-073]SCP-073[/url] and [url=http://scp-wiki.wikidot.com/scp-173]SCP-173[/url] for starters. Then some generally good ones are [url=http://scp-wiki.wikidot.com/scp-914]SCP-914,[/url] [url=http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-115]SCP-115,[/url] [url=http://scp-wiki.wikidot.com/scp-087]SCP-087[/url] and [url=http://scp-wiki.wikidot.com/scp-354]SCP-354.[/url] From there you can do whatever, but those are pretty good starter articles. I'm personally going to read them in order from 1 going up, but I will read out of order if one SCP references another for whatever reason. And watch out for the pictures, they can scare the shit out of you if you aren't prepared.[/QUOTE] oh man the red pond I fucking love that thing, make sure to read the exploratory mission log.
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