i'm talking about the one that they cart a shitload of rapists to and someone quoted the subject's thingy about how her screams are best left unheard.
i recognize 071 but that one doesn't have rape in it
the one you talk about in this post is it.
i didn't know we used its nickname, i'm pretty sure i found it myself. or maybe i saw it in creepy pasta thread.
does it say busting a nut just to the thought of her makes you whither and die as well?
i wonder if they use female d-class as well.
Was SCP-1947 written by a FPer?
Because I remember seeing a news article about something dropping out of the sky over Africa, and on the first page people were already jokingly referencing the SCP Foundation. This was the thing that fell:
...and I open up 1947 and whaddya know.
Actually, this is a pretty good SCP, I think. Nice and complex.
Just like what 053 causes in humans
I want to hug 1364 so much
So after reading a few random SCPs here and there, I've found myself a new most hated sentence.
That is just crap writing. The 'including SCP-*blank* part is a retarded addition, since it's meant to mean it's all dangerous and shit, but the blanking it out makes it feel clumsy. The saying three SCPs escaped but only highlighting one annoys me too. No containment breach of any sort should be considered trivial and not worthy of mention. Either only say three SCP's escaped with no further mention, or mention all three by number and stuff, though that'd probably result in 682 escaping more often than it'd physically have time to do so from capture 'till now.
Eh. Thought came to mind. I just threw this together.
There is no SCP canon. This is parroted in almost every discussion on many SCPs, and that's because it's true. If you reference an SCP in your article you may very will find that it no longer exists. The thing is, SCP articles are, to quote Dr. Bright "A snapshot in time". There's no continuous narrative or anything, it's simply a bunch articles that share a common setting. A good way to explain it is imagine every SCP you read is the first SCP you read. Because of this, it's a bad idea to say "Many SCPs were let out including this SCP that does Y" because then it brings in all kinds of questions like "but X happened to SCP in another article so it couldn't have been put in this article too!!".
Basically it's just a bad idea. All the reader needs to know is that the SCP let other SCps escaped which means it is a dangerous entity, if more detail is needed it'll be about the SCP itself rather than details like that.
A████ H█████ <= Now it's more subtle, but you can still see who it was from when and where the SCP was recovered.
Do the same for the others as well.
Is there any reason that in each page the containment procedures come before the SCP description? Seems more logical that it would be the other way around. Because of this I always skip to the description.
hey guys, this is bone cancer
looks like it could be an SCP
If you find some way of changing what that note say, yes.
I streamed a playthrough of Containment Breach last night, got up to 50 viewers at one point.
Shall I stream again tonight? Late classes tomorrow so I can afford it.
I'll be streaming Containment Breach soon. It's 8:26 here, i'll start at 9:00. I'll put the stream up now anyway, for MariO and other fun stuff.
EDIT// streaming now
basically all cancer is is where cells multiply and don't die. i'm psure they multiply at a faster rate as well.
but god damn, that bone cancer. it's incredibly interesting and sickening at the same time. part of me wants to pick at it, the other wants to throw up all over it.
stream done. that was fun.
Played Containment Breach
Yeah that's about 7.8 on the NOPE scale.
Isn't cancer when a cell becomes damaged and then begins to perform mitosis in the corrupt/damaged state
Yes, cancer is mutated cells that keep spreading, there's more to that than that of course, but I'm not sure I could explain it properly at least not right now.