Just throwing around ideas here, but what about an object that binds itself to anything that touches it, and anything that touches the bound object becomes bound etc. Etc. That seems like a HUGE threat considering that pretty soon everything on the planet would be bound on a molecular level.
It would have to have been found in space, probably in earths orbit when it collides with a satellite or something.
Actually that sounds pretty dumb
My favourite was the blood pond, Specifically the exploration log where they go inside it. Brilliant read.
Then the fact that the expedition was never approved
Anyone remember SCP-895?
It seems some new hallucinations were added to the video feed. So far the new ones I've seen include a large glowing pit on the floor and a human head instead of a cow's head on the chair.
I know! I should read some more SCP'S! That will help my sleep!
I fucking hate windows, especially when you cant see anything through them but blackness.
Well fuck, days until christmas and I'm gonna be terrified all week .
Fuck, that scared me even if I expected it (opening the page, couldn't resist it). This and SCP-106 are main offenders
ah, that's better.
SCP-106 creeps me out so fucking much. I want to see a battle between 106 and 682.
We meet again.
Currently, I feel like 965 is behind me.
I was just fapping in front of a window and it was still scary.
I like SCP-796's story. It's pretty cool.
Why is there no series based on The SCP Foundation? I would love to see a series on Youtube based on SCP's.
You could have serious ones based on SCP-354 and SCP-835 that are akin to the X-Files or found footage movies, comical ones based on SCP-426 and SCP-294 that are in the vein of Apature Science (maybe not so quite upbeat, but still amusing), and then the occasional joke one based on SCP-J's. Maybe an April Fool's video by Dr. Bright.
Of course, if people were willing to do such a thing based purely on their love for fiction rather than how much money they'd get, I could see it working. But I'm not entirely sure SCP is popular enough for such a thing to happen.
We do need some kind of videos, though; sometimes writing just isn't enough for the things described. If I had some kind of talent I'd certainly try, but at the most I could be an ideas guy, maybe write the script.
Street Fighter: Legacy and Half-Life: Origins, i have some faith.
The guy who made the SCP-173 animation is now making one for 682, but that hardly counts as a series. I also tried making an animation a few months ago for a school project, but time constraints and lack of knowledge/skill forced me to leave it half-finished. I suppose if a group of people took up the task of doing animating and voice acting, then we could get something close to a series.
Also, some of the SCPs don't really work in media other than text. Some stories rely on liberal use of [EXPUNGED] and [REDACTED] and the blacked-out letters to convey how horrible certain things are, others are sort of... abstract, I guess. There's also the question of tone: some SCPs are serious, and some are downright funny. Even ones that are serious could be portrayed humorously, it's all up to who is making the video. I don't know if consistency would be the goal, or if it wouldn't matter.
I think making a series ourself (people in this thread) would actually work. We do have some skilled people here on FP.
I'll just have to avoid looking too closely at the image.
I hate it, I looked at it and can't bare to look at the image again, but I want to read the article.
I've resorted to reading the source html of the page.
If we ever needed any plastic models or anything I'm pretty good with a hobby knife, so I could probably make something decent out of random plastic things, but that's at best the minimum-budget option.
As I say, I'm little more than an ideas guy.
I would totally be ok with setting up the format of each episode.