1. Post #2801
    elitehakor v2's Avatar
    June 2010
    3,836 Posts
    My guess is on shits and giggles
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  2. Post #2802
    ASK ME ABOUT MY BAKELITE FETISH
    Dennab
    April 2011
    6,395 Posts
    I got an idea for an SCP

    A knife so dull it heals people when you stab them.
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  3. Post #2803
    Gold Member
    esalaka's Avatar
    July 2007
    10,064 Posts
    That doesn't have shit to do with dullness.

    A blade that negates cutting wounds sounds interesting but not really SCP-worthy IMHO. I guess you could write it.
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  4. Post #2804
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    Aperture fan's Avatar
    February 2008
    4,149 Posts
    I got an idea for an SCP

    A knife so dull it heals people when you stab them.
    Sounds more like an idea for that list of odd but otherwise unexceptional items. Lemme find a link to it real quick so you know what I mean.

    Edited:

    Here is it

    http://scp-wiki.wikidot.com/log-of-anomalous-items
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  5. Post #2805
    Click here for instant Gumby.
    Deiru's Avatar
    November 2010
    4,447 Posts
    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 that many death row convicts...or do they pull them from across the world, not just the US?
    in times of duress, Protocol 12 can be authorized, allowing recruitment of innocents or persons incarcerated for lesser crimes.
    And let's face it, there's plenty of those.
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  6. Post #2806
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    esalaka's Avatar
    July 2007
    10,064 Posts
    "Recruitment of innocents" obviously meaning they just abduct random people to be killed.
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  7. Post #2807
    Proudly supporting the JIDF
    Dennab
    July 2010
    22,111 Posts
    Has anybody done an SCP with this idea:

    A small slot on a carved stone cube aprox 5x5x5 cm. A stack of post it notes are attached to the side.

    You take a sheet of paper off and write down the name of any object you may want made out of iron.
    Insert into the slot, and a hologram appears above it of the object specified.
    A small cuboid hologram begins to grow outwards from the cube, at about 0.1 m/s.
    Every iron atom within this hologram vanishes from existence, and re-appears at the object hologram.
    This cuboid sphere keeps expanding until it has all the iron atoms needed for the object. Said object will be 100% pure iron with no impurities.

    I thought this up because if somebody pressed this without some nearby iron, all the iron in their blood would be removed. (Leading to problems for aforementioned person) One thing it would do is reduce steel down to a dust composed of the other materials present in steel for example.

    Thoughts?
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  8. Post #2808
    Click here for instant Gumby.
    Deiru's Avatar
    November 2010
    4,447 Posts
    Has anybody done an SCP with this idea:

    A small slot on a carved stone cube aprox 5x5x5 cm. A stack of post it notes are attached to the side.

    You take a sheet of paper off and write down the name of any object you may want made out of iron.
    Insert into the slot, and a hologram appears above it of the object specified.
    A small cuboid hologram begins to grow outwards from the cube, at about 0.1 m/s.
    Every iron atom within this hologram vanishes from existence, and re-appears at the object hologram.
    This cuboid sphere keeps expanding until it has all the iron atoms needed for the object. Said object will be 100% pure iron with no impurities.

    I thought this up because if somebody pressed this without some nearby iron, all the iron in their blood would be removed. (Leading to problems for aforementioned person) One thing it would do is reduce steel down to a dust composed of the other materials present in steel for example.

    Thoughts?
    Cuboid Sphere?

    Also, it sounds quite similar to SCP-294 to me.

    Edited:

    Oh, I just finished reading Incident 239-B Clef-Kondraki. I didn't expect to like it that much, but a friend told me it'd be good...
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  9. Post #2809
    Not that bad of a seed
    asteroidrules's Avatar
    January 2011
    10,434 Posts
    Commander [EXPUNGED] specifically ordered nobody ever speak of that again and that all data regarding the subject be expunged.
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  10. Post #2810
    froztshock's Avatar
    August 2009
    2,811 Posts
    Addendum: To the anonymous employee who took the Site-17 surveillance camera footage of Drs. Clef and Kondraki having a swordfight, set it to the "Highlander" theme song, and posted it to the company intraweb with the title, "There Can Be Only One": We will find out who you are, and when we do, you'll be missed greatly.
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  11. Post #2811
    Ask me about my Guardians of the Galaxy fetish.
    Katatonic717's Avatar
    September 2010
    8,161 Posts
    Has anybody done an SCP with this idea:
    A small slot on a carved stone cube aprox 5x5x5 cm. A stack of post it notes are attached to the side.
    If I had a nickel for the number of people who have made, or want to make cube shaped SCPs...
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  12. Post #2812
    ASK ME ABOUT MY BAKELITE FETISH
    Dennab
    April 2011
    6,395 Posts
    I got an idea for an SCP

    A knife so dull it heals people when you stab them.
    it was a fucking joke, people
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  13. Post #2813

    August 2011
    5,969 Posts
    If I had a nickel for the number of people who have made, or want to make cube shaped SCPs...
    Make it a DnD d20 die. And I don't just mean an icosahedron, I literally mean the die used in DnD.
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  14. Post #2814
    SurferSasquatch's Avatar
    October 2010
    378 Posts
    it was a fucking joke, people
    Joke's on them I was only pretending
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  15. Post #2815
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    megafat's Avatar
    January 2005
    6,275 Posts
    Can SCP-173 be this on April Fool's? (Starting from 17 seconds in?)

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  16. Post #2816
    [b]MASSIVE HOMOPHOBE[/b]

    April 2010
    3,562 Posts
    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 that many death row convicts...or do they pull them from across the world, not just the US?
    Remember, the site is styled like the actual intranet portal for a real life SCP Foundation would be. They say 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.
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  17. Post #2817
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    TRLEChippers's Avatar
    December 2009
    1,140 Posts
    Another one of these crappy SCPs. This particular one has 31 downvotes
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  18. Post #2818
    C:\
    C:\'s Avatar
    March 2011
    1,749 Posts
    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?
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  19. Post #2819
    Gold Member
    mankind_me's Avatar
    August 2007
    6,287 Posts
    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?
    pick the highest numbers you can think of; stick them in an scp
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  20. Post #2820
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    Tagger's Avatar
    August 2006
    502 Posts
    Protocol 12 makes me believe the Foundation supports thr War on Drugs.
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  21. Post #2821
    Oh no, what have I done!
    milkandcooki's Avatar
    November 2007
    21,316 Posts
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  22. Post #2822
    Blue Member
    Riller's Avatar
    October 2006
    9,275 Posts
    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.
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  23. Post #2823
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    Lordgeorge16's Avatar
    May 2010
    8,501 Posts
    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.
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  24. Post #2824
    Blue Member
    Riller's Avatar
    October 2006
    9,275 Posts
    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.
    Well, given that the coffin is empty to anything but cameras, the scariness of it opening is quite watered down.
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  25. Post #2825
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    Lordgeorge16's Avatar
    May 2010
    8,501 Posts
    Well, given that the coffin is empty to anything but cameras, the scariness of it opening is quite watered down.
    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.
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  26. Post #2826
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    Riller's Avatar
    October 2006
    9,275 Posts
    Disregard that, I'm an idiot. The opening, however, would require you to die, so... Kind of a downer to me, at least.
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  27. Post #2827
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    Lordgeorge16's Avatar
    May 2010
    8,501 Posts
    Disregard that, I'm an idiot. The opening, however, would require you to die, so... Kind of a downer to me, at least.
    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.
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  28. Post #2828
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    Cone's Avatar
    August 2011
    18,643 Posts
    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.
    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 could.
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  29. Post #2829
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    Riller's Avatar
    October 2006
    9,275 Posts
    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 could.
    I think it's more like something attacked him through the monitor, or telephathically killed the shit out of him.
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  30. Post #2830
    Ghhostface's Avatar
    October 2011
    182 Posts
    A new batch just came up:
    http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1077
    SCP-1077 "The Unobservable Entity"
    http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1507
    SCP-1507 "Pink Flamingos"
    http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1730
    SCP-1730 "The Rat Colony"
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  31. Post #2831
    Gold Member
    esalaka's Avatar
    July 2007
    10,064 Posts
    Don't we already have an unobservable entity?
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  32. Post #2832
    Ghhostface's Avatar
    October 2011
    182 Posts
    Don't we already have an unobservable entity?
    We do, and thats probably why its standing at -4- -6- -7- its been self-deleted by the author.
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  33. Post #2833

    September 2010
    457 Posts
    Too much [REDACTED] kills the [REDACTED]
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  34. Post #2834
    Articsledder's Avatar
    November 2011
    691 Posts
    We have one of those flamingos in our garden. I just noticed it looks directly into my computer room window
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  35. Post #2835
    Blue Member
    Riller's Avatar
    October 2006
    9,275 Posts
    Too much [REDACTED] kills the [REDACTED]
    [REDACTED] █████████ ████ ██████████████████ [REDACTED] ██-██-████ [DATA EXPUNGED]
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  36. Post #2836

    August 2011
    5,969 Posts
    [REDACTED] █████████ ████ ██████████████████ [REDACTED] ██-██-████ [DATA EXPUNGED]
    Looks like SCP-1459-J fell on your post.
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  37. Post #2837
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    Aperture fan's Avatar
    February 2008
    4,149 Posts
    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.
    Such a touching story. Gets me every time.

    Edited:

    oh god 887's logs are gold

    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.
    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
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  38. Post #2838
    Gold Member
    Aperture fan's Avatar
    February 2008
    4,149 Posts
    You guys remember that vending machine that sold anything? And how one of the things it dispensed was "Tentacle Grape?"

    it's real

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  39. Post #2839
    Untitled01's Avatar
    February 2012
    79 Posts
    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.
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  40. Post #2840
    Secure, Contain, Protect.
    Zombii's Avatar
    October 2008
    7,932 Posts
    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.
    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.
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