1. Post #161
    Who wants to come to the aquarium later and watch me screw with the sharks?
    Shibbey's Avatar
    May 2009
    13,256 Posts
    The nigh-impossible-to-kill-lizard is a very interesting concept and I enjoy reading about it.
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  2. Post #162
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    AntorkaDelta's Avatar
    May 2008
    1,681 Posts
    I enjoyed reading http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-701

    Spooked me dearly.
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  3. Post #163
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    No Party Hats's Avatar
    October 2010
    12,954 Posts
    Item: One mature SCP-504 tomato
    Subject: D-504-3
    Spoken: "So, I was going to bed, and my brother told me, 'Goodnight! Don't let the bedbugs stick their proboscis in your skin and suck your blood!'" *pause* "Good luck on a healthy dermis!"
    Result: Two-second pause before activity. Tomato clocked at [REDACTED]. Sound barrier broken. Subject killed.
    Item: One mature SCP-504 tomato
    Subject: A portable computer playing a partial audio recording of the Monty Python sketch "The Funniest Joke in the World".
    Transcript: "Wenn ist das Nunstruck git und Slotermeyer? Ja! Beiherhund das Oder die Flipperwaldt gersput!"
    Result: Tomato explodes. Debris clocked at 137 mph. Computer heavily coated by debris. Keyboard ruined by exposure to liquid matter - all other components proved functional after cleanup.
    Oh god my chest why
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  4. Post #164
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    Mingebox's Avatar
    February 2010
    14,636 Posts
    I never really liked SCP-076, it sounded like whoever wrote it watches too much anime.
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  5. Post #165
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    No Party Hats's Avatar
    October 2010
    12,954 Posts
    http://www.scp-wiki.net/duke-till-dawn

    Oh god it's this story best one.
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  6. Post #166
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    Pennywise's Avatar
    July 2005
    2,820 Posts
    Episode 5 is the best one.
    I kind of want someone make a full-length recreation of it.
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  7. Post #167
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    Géza!'s Avatar
    January 2008
    6,039 Posts
    BEAWER the newest SPC on
    the line
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  8. Post #168
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    Zakkin's Avatar
    August 2009
    5,750 Posts
    Oh god what, this is hilarious
    http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-2383-j

    I'm looking at one of the experiments:

    Date: ██/██/████
    Head Researcher: Dr. Bright
    Test Item(s): Dr. Bright, Access to a standard Foundation research laboratory
    SCP-2383-J Color: White
    Test Results: [REDACTED]

    The next person to comment "Science for the Science god" is getting demoted. - Dr. Aeish
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  9. Post #169
    Red Toaster's Avatar
    July 2009
    1,331 Posts
    the mass transit ticket one is creepy
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  10. Post #170
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    HawkeyeTy's Avatar
    February 2006
    1,618 Posts
    I've always thought a properly developed video game on this would be probably the best horror video game ever.
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  11. Post #171
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    June 2010
    18,389 Posts
    Oh come on, it can't be tha--NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE
    *runs out of the room*
    NOPE NOPE NOPE

    Edited:

    I've always thought a properly developed video game on this would be probably the best horror video game ever.
    The SCP Foundation: The Dark side of Humanity
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  12. Post #172
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    implaying8's Avatar
    May 2005
    263 Posts
    Warehouse 13
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  13. Post #173
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    Paramud's Avatar
    November 2008
    9,065 Posts
    Warehouse 13
    Warehouse 13 is way too light-hearted to be effectively compared to SCP.
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  14. Post #174
    Secure, Contain, Protect.
    Zombii's Avatar
    October 2008
    7,972 Posts
    I've always thought a properly developed video game on this would be probably the best horror video game ever.
    I think a movie would be best.
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  15. Post #175
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    Pennywise's Avatar
    July 2005
    2,820 Posts
    I've always thought a properly developed video game on this would be probably the best horror video game ever.
    Who would you be controlling, though?

    An "optimal" SCP game, I think, would be a sort of survival horror-ish deal where you're a standard-level human encountering multiple SCP's. Most of the researchers who delve into the more bizarre stuff are isolated to single projects at a time to avoid cross-contamination; or are those higher-level guys with enough quirks to almost count as supernatural themselves, and thus unsuitable for maintaining the uneasy caution vibe SCP scenarios are built for. I can only think of one sentient SCP off the top of my head who has the sufficient combination of baseline-human traits and freeroam permissions to possibly fill the role, but he'd probably get sidetracked indefinitely due to the reason why he's an SCP in the first place. And if a civilian ever encounters more than one SCP in a lifetime, then he's either been recruited for D-class or there's been a massive breach and a large area of land is about to get glassed.
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  16. Post #176
    ask me for a rust key :~)
    LordCrypto's Avatar
    December 2008
    18,349 Posts
    Does anyone know which one was the window that you could step through and go into like a forest?
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  17. Post #177
    Proudly supporting the JIDF
    Dennab
    July 2010
    22,111 Posts
    Item #: SCP-1029

    Object Class: Euclid

    Special Containment Procedures: Each contained specimen of SCP-1029 is to be kept within a standard holding cell, but with wall thickness of at least 2 m. The cell is to be at least 3 metres tall, with all observational equipment installed within the ceiling to keep it out of SCP-1029 area of influence. SCP-1029 is to be fed 3 standard meals per day. Interaction of SCP personnel with SCP-1029 is allowed onloy in heavy-duty protective armor, and physical contact is to be avoided as much as possible.

    Description: SCP-1029 collectively refers to a species of apparently extradimensional entities that display a staggering spatial properties. SCP-1029 seem to be essentially 2-dimensional in appearance; measuring exact physical volume is impossible due to overwhelming measurement errors, invariably induced by their area of influence (see below). Most SCP-1029 are approximately humanoid (with the exception of SCP-1029-4 "Peaches"), though described by observers as "monstrous" and "abominable" in appearance.

    Each SCP-1029 emits a spherical area of spatial distortion around itself at all times, measuring approximately 2 meteres in diameter. All objects within this area, including SCP-1029 itself, undergo severe deformation, such as blurring of outline, warping of shape, chaotic changes in size, visual anomalies (disobedience to laws of perspective), and discoloration. The objects go back to normal when they leave the sphere, but some damage remains, and repeated exposure to SCP-1029's ability will eventually transform the object permanently. (For an example, see also SCP-████-█, "SORD....."). Human beings and animals are affected as well, but any species other than SCP-1029 exposed to the deformation area for a prolonged time (as much as █ minutes at a time is typically enough) invariably suffer catastrophic biological damage and permanent disfigurement, resulting in death in 41% of cases.

    SCP-1029 are able to communicate in English and understand statements in that language, but speak a form of unusual slang, obsessively mispronouncing and, in writing, misspelling certain words, always in the same way. The statements from SCP-1029 directed towards Foundation staff or each other are mostly insults or borderline nonsensical ramblings. Prolonged exposure seems to cause a memetic effect in listeners who begin involuntarily and unconsciously repeating certain phrases often used by SCP-1029.
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  18. Post #178
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    Craigewan's Avatar
    October 2005
    3,956 Posts
    Duke till Dawn (Actually, either of the Dr. Kondraki Stories) is probably my favourite thing to come out of the SCP, although it's bloody hard to choose.
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  19. Post #179
    Appreciates Subtle Titles
    NanoSquid's Avatar
    April 2009
    6,789 Posts
    I've always thought a properly developed video game on this would be probably the best horror video game ever.
    INFINITE DLC!!
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  20. Post #180
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    June 2010
    18,389 Posts
    INFINITE DLC!!
    Only A Chunk of your Spare Time per unit!
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  21. Post #181
    Appreciates Subtle Titles
    NanoSquid's Avatar
    April 2009
    6,789 Posts
    Seriously though, every chunk of DLC could be a new SCP "escape" or "containment failure" or whatever.

    The whole game would be one boss fight after another.
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  22. Post #182
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    squids_eye's Avatar
    July 2006
    5,771 Posts
    How about an SCP game which plays similar to that old game Evil Genius? It wouldn't be scary, but it would be damn fun.
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  23. Post #183
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    Mingebox's Avatar
    February 2010
    14,636 Posts
    How about an SCP game which plays similar to that old game Evil Genius? It wouldn't be scary, but it would be damn fun.
    Sounds like it would be a little like Zoo Tycoon- you have to design the ideal containment for each SCP.
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  24. Post #184
    Black's Avatar
    December 2009
    3,052 Posts
    How about an SCP game which plays similar to that old game Evil Genius? It wouldn't be scary, but it would be damn fun.
    That sounds like a really cool idea. Like some sort of tycoon game!
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  25. Post #185
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    Paramud's Avatar
    November 2008
    9,065 Posts
    Seriously though, every chunk of DLC could be a new SCP "escape" or "containment failure" or whatever.

    The whole game would be one boss fight after another.
    I really don't like the sound of "boss fights."

    What I think would probably fit best would be trying to survive the SCPs while testing them. Most of them probably wouldn't do too much harm to you, some would be fun, and some would downright kill you.
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  26. Post #186
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    Void Skull's Avatar
    February 2008
    4,694 Posts
    I feel like an SCP game that follows a storyline of multiple people would be cool. Like, Heavy Rain, kind of.

    But it can be free-roam as those people, giving you the option to just walk around wherever, if you have clearance. As you progress, you can switch to other people and gain more clearance.

    Some characters would have little quests that are just looking over a few SCPs, some would include tests, some would be downright dead ends for whoever you're playing as [such as a quest featuring a test with Dr. Gerald, or a test where you have to choose specific humor options in order to survive those tomatoes].
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  27. Post #187
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    April 2010
    2,084 Posts
    "So, I was going to bed, and my brother told me, 'Goodnight! Don't let the bedbugs stick their proboscis in your skin and suck your blood!'" *pause* "Good luck on a healthy dermis!"
    Can someone explain this to me? I don't see why it could be considered a joke.
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  28. Post #188
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    June 2010
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    [QUOTE=Blanketspace;32449743]
    "So, I was going to bed, and my brother told me, 'Goodnight! Don't let the bedbugs stick their proboscis in your skin and suck your blood!'" *pause* "Good luck on a healthy dermis!"[/quote}

    Can someone explain this to me? I don't see why it could be considered a joke.
    Longer way of saying "Don't let the bedbugs bite you! and good luck on healty skin!"

    Freakt he crap out of people.
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  29. Post #189
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    March 2010
    7,747 Posts
    [QUOTE=Blanketspace;32449743]
    "So, I was going to bed, and my brother told me, 'Goodnight! Don't let the bedbugs stick their proboscis in your skin and suck your blood!'" *pause* "Good luck on a healthy dermis!"[/quote}

    Can someone explain this to me? I don't see why it could be considered a joke.
    Exactly why the tomato attacked
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  30. Post #190
    Has volunteered for dissection because the doctor is cute
    Tomo Takino's Avatar
    May 2009
    20,238 Posts
    "The Flesh that Hates" would make an absolutely terrifying video game.

    Giant faces and pillars of anuses everywhere.
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  31. Post #191
    ask me for a rust key :~)
    LordCrypto's Avatar
    December 2008
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    -snip-
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  32. Post #192
    Resplendent Reenactor
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    June 2010
    18,389 Posts
    "The Flesh that Hates" would make an absolutely terrifying video game.

    Giant faces and pillars of anuses everywhere.
    "Attack it's Scrotums for Maximum Damage!"
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  33. Post #193
    your all nerdes
    the_killer24's Avatar
    November 2007
    13,994 Posts
    I read the entirety of 093

    and it sounds like it could be made into a game by itself
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  34. Post #194
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    October 2010
    587 Posts
    SCP seems more suited for a Twilight Zone style TV Show to me, although I doubt it would ever get made.
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  35. Post #195
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    February 2009
    5,025 Posts
    I'm not sure how many SCP's could even be shown on TV
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  36. Post #196
    Dennab
    October 2009
    938 Posts
    http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-285
    Addendum: After an incident where several Level 2 personnel managed to jury rig SCP-285 to accept input from any audio device, SCP-285s use is to be regulated and monitored.

    Note: What the hell is a rickroll anyway?
    Made me chuckle.
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  37. Post #197
    Der Ubermensch's Avatar
    December 2009
    462 Posts
    OP, I love you to holy hell for this thread.
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  38. Post #198
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    November 2008
    10,947 Posts
    A high profile, well-funded television series based on the SCP Foundation would probably be one of the best things ever.
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  39. Post #199
    Has volunteered for dissection because the doctor is cute
    Tomo Takino's Avatar
    May 2009
    20,238 Posts
    http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-700

    That one kind of creeps me out.
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  40. Post #200
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    May 2010
    3,774 Posts
    I was thinking of an SPC Idea.

    Item #: SCP-XXX

    Object Class: Safe

    Special Containment Procedures: Must be contained within a soundproof room, All personal must wear Earmuff's at all time while within hearing distance. SCP-XXXX must be situated on a guitar stand.

    Description: SCP-XXX is a guitar that weighs approximately 5 kg. Brand of guitar is unknown. Label indicates it was made in [Data Expunged]. Guitar is strung with strings made of Catgut. The guitar is made of a currently unknown wood, the animal the Catgut was made of was on no records.

    CP- XXX consistently plays a melody that is used in a traditional Ukrainian lullaby. When humans are exposed to the melody, they have two varying reactions, depending on gender. Females report being overcome with a powerful, unavoidable urge to sleep. To get this effect, a minimum of 30 (thirty) seconds of continuous melody is needed to be listened by the subject. Once the subject falls asleep, they curl into the fetal position, and can not be woken for a period of 7 (seven) days. exposure to the music while the subject is still sleeping, brings back the number of days back to 7 (seven) before they can be woken up again, this effectively "resets" the counter. Subjects report the sleep as "Very Refreshing" and it would be "Great for insomniacs".

    Males experience different effects. When lulled to sleep, they are shown as visibly distressed, thrashing, screaming and crying have all been noted. Males are asleep for a minimum of 12 (Twelve) hours, although the number seems to be increasing after each test. After test number 47, a minimum of 13 hours has been reached. Exposing them to the lullaby again does not reset the clock, as in the case of females. Males waking up from the experience have described the experience as "Extremely terrifying". They reported very clear dreams of people being [Data expunged], as well as being [Data Expunged] themselves. They also describe feeling pain relative to what they were experiencing in the dream. An experiment has found that males reported seeing others males that had been lulled to sleep in the dream. What was happening to these males in the dreams was exactly the same as what the male had described, leading to the conclusion that the horrific experiences that the male subjects have endured has been "Added on" to the dreams, creating an ever building symphony of misery.

    Interestingly enough males of a Polish or Russian decent have a different experience to males of a non Russian or Polish decent. In experiment subjects 24-B and 45-B, the males were lulled to sleep as normal. Instead of Thrashing and wailing, they sleep soundly, until [Data Expunged]. In both cases, the guitar had to be removed to another room, as the room it was situated in was covered in [Data Expunged]. Cleanup crews were unable to get the mess off the walls. Females of a Polish or Russian decent are unaffected.
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