The current shit:

  • lol
  • no

Literally just ignore everything below this point.



Djoric 1) Evocative imagery
11:09 Djoric 2) Moving characterization
11:09 Djoric 3) Explicit (directly stated) narrative
11:09 lurkd witchcraft:
11:09 Djoric 4) Implicit (indirectly alluded to) narrative
11:10 Djoric 5) An intriquing core concept or idea that remains with the reader after reading
11:10 Djoric 6) Context and background
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11:10 Djoric 7) Some sort of emotional response from the reader
11:10 emanuelfgs nice list, Djoric, I'll definitely keep those in mind, thanks
11:10 Djoric 8) To wit, you gotta have something to make me give a fuck
11:10 Paroxysm gonna just

Out with the old, in with the new.

  • Cheese doodles.
  • A phenomenon that began after the 1939 New York World's Fair, in which children randomly manifest in a hospital nursery wing with no known family or parents in existence, nor do any records of the child's birth exist. Related to the universe's way of self-correcting manmade time travel, which would cause possibly spacetime-rending paradoxes and tears. Thus, the universe (or something) does this instead - takes those that would have invented it, or contributed, lose their parents and are subject to the orphanage system, or their country's equivalent. Thus, this drastically changed childhood inhibits their ability to invent or contribute to manmade time travel. That is, until, this 'correction' becomes one child's driving force for inventing it.
  • I Can't Believe It's Not Humans!® "We, in Prometheus Laboratories, believe that every person in the world has the right to feed, no matter how unusual a diet they require. However, we know that the greatest impediment for many good, hungry people out there is a combination of uncompromising social rules and morals that, fortunately or unfortunately, do not condone the consumption of human flesh. In recent times, our researchers have figured out a way to produce human tissue in abundance (link to that Prometheus item that makes human beings), but the moral problem remained, and thus we set off to create a viable, morally unambiguous solution for this problem. The result is our I Can't Believe It's Not Human(R) canned goods! For nine out of ten ghouls, hemovores and non-anomalous cannibals, this tasted at least as good as the real thing! I Can't Believe It's Not Human(R), now available in your nearest Prometheus Laboratories Delivery Center!" - via Reach
  • "I really don't feel like food today. How about concrete?"
  • The results of a number of teleportation experiments. All of them are weird and appear in a relatively unassuming, yet utterly PUBLIC spot. It's all nice and well until a very large experiment materializes and the Foundation has to upgrade the fucking thing to Keter. — via Reach.
  • Pomelos that are tried as humans in the court of law.
  • Software that can dream.
  • Soap.
  • High ranking bureaucratic officials are replaced with marionette puppets, with strings that are suspended in the air, terminating some distance above them.

2014 this one is exploring detail this is short description, long addenda this is setting up details that're explored in history and addenda

dreams->rain man skills->wears off->lack of dreams->big hook! Brain cloud powered computing


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Leopold Kronecker, circa 1865.

Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Kronecker

Foreword: The document regarding SCP-XXXX is the only object that has been voluntarily classified as "Kronecker" by the Foundation, and does not display any anomalous properties. Classifying other anomalous items as "Kronecker" is prohibited.

Special Containment Procedures: Type-3 FWAB (Foundation Web Analysis Bot) Omicron-Psi-20 ("Alan") is to constantly search and remove SCP-XXXX affected entries from the Foundation's SCP Catalogue. Non-computerized versions of affected entries are to be destroyed.

All the instances of SCP-XXXX-A are to be contained in separate Standard Humanoid Containment Chambers at Site-40

New instances of SCP-XXXX-A are to be transported and contained in Site-40 within 48 hours.

Description: SCP-XXXX is an anomalous Object Class known as "Kronecker" (possibly named after 19th century German mathematician Leopold Kronecker), appearing on random computerized SCP entries. Entries affected with SCP-XXXX will autonomously change their Object Class, Special Containment Procedures and Description, claiming that said items are no longer anomalous and are to be exempted from containment, often adding details in the Description section, such as personal name and history. Reverting these changes have been unsuccessful. However, these entries can be deleted from the main catalogue.

Items formerly described in the affected entries (hereon SCP-XXXX-A-X) will undergo a series of metamorphoses, usually during three weeks, in order to resemble the human being described in the affected entries. Interviews with instances of SCP-XXXX-A regarding their life prior to containment have been proven to be identical to those described in the Description section, with a margin of error of the 0%. To see all the interviews, please see Interview Logs-XXXX-01-VT to -05-VT

Name: Nathaniel Atkinson

Security Level Clearance: 3

Position: ——

Biography: I need to write something in order to speak about his transition into Foundation work.


Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: The apartment containing SCP-XXXX is rented out to one Foundation personnel at all time, to observe the anomaly. One cycle must be performed, at a minimum, per month, in order to maintain a working order.

Description: SCP-XXXX-1 is a device most similar in appearance to a three dimensional printer. It is multi-colored, with no specific pattern to its coloration, appearing to have been splattered with the primary colors of paint. On the side of SCP-XXXX is a standard light-bulb socket and three glass tubes that screw directly into ports on SCP-XXXX, and stand vertically. The tubes are labelled "Imagination", "Pizza", and "Plastic".

SCP-XXXX-1 is a yellow helmet outfitted with a standard light-bulb socket, which only fits instances of SCP-XXXX-2. SCP-XXXX-2 are light-bulbs created specifically for usage with SCP-XXXX, but are identical to typical incandescent light-bulbs. They are incapable of fitting any fixture other than those on SCP-XXXX and in SCP-XXXX-1.

When SCP-XXXX-1 is worn by any human being under the age of 50, and SCP-XXXX-2 is fastened into its fixture, Event XXXX-Alpha takes place. The description of the process varies between cases. Generally, the event ends when the subject has thought of any concept that can be translated into an object that could be remotely defined as a children's toy. This is denoted by the activation of the light bulb.

Once SCP-XXXX-2 has become illuminated, it remains this way indefinitely, regardless of its connection to a power source. The only method to extinguish the light is to initiate Event XXXX-Beta. This involves fastening the illuminated instance of SCP-XXXX-2 into the fixture located on the side of SCP-XXXX, and pressing a button labelled "GO" on SCP-XXXX. Once the process has begun, it is impossible to observe the interior of SCP-XXXX. Event XXXX-Beta terminates with a sound of a bell, and the creation of one instance of SCP-XXXX-3.

SCP-XXXX-4 refers to any object created by activating SCP-XXXX. Testing logs are attached to document various results with varying demographics.

the copies are not exactly Mr. Hydes of every Dr. Jekyll that goes in… they're all quite real and independent, but they behave with passion and drive. It's not evident at first, because they're just pretending to be "normal" people.
19:56 Paroxysm That's when the copies are found to be copies, and that they are either murdering or hiding and trapping the "originals" in the SCP base where we've moved the booth to. That means, basically, that we have an ongoing security and containment breach.
19:56 Paroxysm n an interview, the SCP-made "copies" start to confess that yes, they have come through the booth, which is bringing people from a doomed universe. This doomed universe is about to die. Either we let them come in as refugees or their Earth will die.
19:56 Paroxysm And the last lines of the interview would be a villanous breakdown of the clone, stating that, if we don't help them, everything they are, everything they /were/ , will die.
19:57 Paroxysm And the Foundation-of-this-verse will be the only org to blame.
19:57 Paroxysm If properly worded, this could have a massive emotional punch, and still retain a certain series I spirit, fitting to the niche.

The interview is the place where you'll have to make us feel, the loss, the anger, the desperation on the duplicate's voice.
Also, I'd suggest having the persons that appear through the booth trying to escape several times by doing weird things, like drawing magic circles to replicate the effects of the booth and go to their universe, or something of the like, that makes the Foundation reconsider their containment privileges.
Try to, but are stopped and get telefragged, for instance. That is secondary.
20:03 outofReach You can not include that bit, too.
20:04 outofReach The core thing here is to convey the feelings.