legendaryweredragon

legendaryweredragon's sandbox page.

I am currently working on three SCPs: SCP-sb, SCP-dz and SCP-ps

I wrote a stupid tale about SCP-682, but I probably will not post it on the main site unless I either improve it a whole lot or record an audio version because it is funnier in audio form, although I probably will not do either of those things.

I also have some ideas for SCPs where common objects that children are afraid of came to life and became dangerous for real. One of them is a living vacuum cleaner. I haven't started writing them yet but I will soon.


SCP-dz is an anomalous location where normal humans gain the ability to warp reality. SCP-dz isn't dangerous by itself. The problem with it is that several other group of interest know about SCP-dz. Currently is incomplete.

SCP-sb is an alien penis monster with too many breasts that is able to turn other lifeforms into more of itself, but he is actually a nice guy. Currently I am rewriting this one. Ignore it for now. It has a lot of problems

SCP-ps is a recurring anomalous event that the Foundation does not know the cause of where a large area suddenly becomes underwater, but nothing is damaged by the water and the people in the area are able to breath underwater.


SCP-dz

I might post this as an SCP-001 proposal when it is finished.

Object #: SCP-dz

Object Class: Thamiel Keter (should I think of a new object class for this? This SCP is only dangerous because too many enemies of the Foundation know about it. If only the Foundation knew about it then it probably would be Thamiel due to how useful it is.)

Special Containment Procedures: (will work more on this later) Due to failure to suppress knowledge of SCP-dz outside of the Foundation and the risk of open war breaking out with Group of interest over control of SCP-dz, the Foundation must find a method of neutralizing SCP-dz. Exploration teaming shall be sent into SCP-dz to locate and either destroy or deactivate SCP-dz-Alpha.

Description: SCP-dz is a spherical area of space measuring _ in radius, located at _ near the city of , . Sapient lifeforms within SCP-dz gain the ability to warp reality at will within SCP-dz. SCP-dz is also significantly larger within than on the outside, and possibly is infinite, although from the outside appears normal. Objects created or altered by reality warping within SCP-dz continue to exist if removed from SCP-dz. It also appears to be impossible to enter or exit SCP-dz by anomalous means. It can only be accessed or left by passing through its perimeter.

SCP-dz-Alpha is the theoretical source of SCP-dz. The Foundation currently has no information on SCP-dz-Alpha's physical traits or if SCP-dz-Alpha even exists, although it has been suggested that SCP-dz-Alpha may be a device constructed by REDACTED, as SCP-dz is located in an area with a high amount of REDACTED activity. Efforts to locate SCP-dz-Alpha have failed due to the constantly changing space-time of SCP-dz.

Experiment log (will work more on this later)
(Attempts to create simple mundane objects within SCP-dz are successful. It is possible to make an unlimited supply of gold using SCP-dz. If the Foundation had total control of SCP-dz they would use it as an unlimited supply of resources.)

(Attempts to create complex mechanical devices within SCP-dz are less successful.)

(Attempts to create living things within SCP-dz are successful)

(Attempts to create sapient lifeforms within SCP-dz are successful.)

(attempts to create anomalies within SCP-dz have some success. They successfully duplicate a few SCPs but others fail)

(attempts to neutralize anomalies using SCP are only sometimes successful)

(Attempts to suppress SCP-dz using Scranton Reality Anchors are only partially successful. Whatever is causing SCP-dz is either too powerful to suppress with SRA or SCP-dz somehow doesn't follow the regular rules of reality warping anomalies)

(Attempts to create portals to portals to other locations within SCP-dz are successful. Attempts to create portals to places outside of SCP-dz fail.)

(Attempts to use other anomalies to teleport into or create portals into or out of SCP-dz all fail. Other space time anomalies either fail to work within SCP-dz or SCP-dz repels them so it is impossible to bring them into SCP-dz)

(attempts to find SCP-dz-Alpha by reality warping fail)

(attempts to shrink the internal size of SCP-dz are only partially successful.)

(attempts to shrink the external size of SCP-dz fail)

History: (This is just a summary which I will expand later)

SCP-dz suddenly appeared one day. The Foundation initially though that they were the first to find it but they later discovered that several people from groups of interest already had found it and knowledge of SCP-dz had spread far outside the control of the Foundation. The Foundation tries to kill or capture everyone who knows about SCP-dz and although they manage to prevent a few other groups of interest from learning about SCP-dz, they ultimately fail to stop the information from spreading. The Foundation attempts to drive out all non foundation personnel from SCP-dz and keep anybody from accessing SCP-dz but have a lot of difficulty. The conflict over SCP-dz escalates to the point that the masquerade is endangered. The Foundation attempts to form a treaty with the groups of interest over control of SCP-dz but also fail. It eventually is decided that SCP-dz is too much of a threat to the peace so the foundation gives up on keeping it all to themselves and decides that SCP-dz has to be neutralized and so they focus all their efforts on finding SCP-dz-Alpha instead of keeping intruders out.

SCP-sb

Warning: Potentially NSFW

Currently in rewrite. Not ready for review.

SCP-ps

Item Number: SCP-ps

Object Class: Euclid:

Special Containment Procedures:

Description: SCP-ps is a recurring extranormal event that occurs once every few years in the United States, with most events occurring in the state of California. During the first 20 minutes of an SCP-ps event, a large area of about _ to _ km2 will be suddenly covered in fog. The humidity rapidly increases until it condenses into water, completely submerging the area. The height of this flood varies between events, but seems to always be several feet higher than the tallest man made structure in the affected area. This water does not spill outside of the affected area, and does not cause any damage that such a flood would be expected to cause. Electronic devices remain functional, other liquids do not mix with and are not disturbed by the flood waters, and materials that would normal be melted or warped by water are not. No drownings occur during an SCP-ps event, as humans and animals in the affected area are able to breath underwater during the event. The temperature of the water varies between events, but is around _ degrees Celsius. After 1 to 9 hours, the water will rapidly evaporate into fog again and disappear in 15 minutes. SCP-ps seems to a calming affect on humans an animals in the affected area, as the sudden flood does not cause any panic, even in individuals with aquaphobia. Interviewed subjects who experienced the event describe it as pleasant, relaxing, or fun.

List of SCP-ps occurences

Date:
Time:
Location:
Note

Date: May 28, 1996.
Time: 6:03 AM to 8:014 AM
Location: ___, California
Note: First Recorded SCP-ps event.

Date: August 2, 1998.
Time: 7:20 AM to 9:39 AM
Location: _, California
Note:

Date: May 28, 2001.
Time: 6:03 AM to 8:014 AM
Location: ___, California
Note:

Date: May 28, 2002.
Time: 6:03 AM to 8:014 AM
Location: ___, California
Note:

Date: May 28, 2006.
Time: 6:03 AM to 8:014 AM
Location: ___, California
Note:

Date: July 16, 2013.
Time: 10:11 AM to 5:53 PM
Location: __, Utah
Note:

Date: May 28, 2016.
Time: 6:03 AM to 8:01 AM
Location: ___, California
Note:

Format

Name: (The name of the type of anomalous humanoid)
Description: (A paragraph describing the traits of this type of anomalous humanoid
Typical response: (How does the foundation normally respond to humanoids of this type?)
Examples in containment: (SCPs of this type)
Number employed The Foundation: (for most types this should be a very low number.)
Further reading: (If there are any documents about this type of humanoid, there should be links here.)

My jam contest entry

The Exile woke up, and it was finally home. The empty, unchanging, desert of perfect, immortal beauty that it had been banished from so long ago stretched out before its eyes into infinity. It cried out in joy, overwhelmed to have finally been allowed to return after the endless hell that had been its time in the mortal realm, cursed to always be imprisoned by the jailors. After laughing and crying for hours, he ran through the desert, feeling so alive, searching for the friends and family he hadn't seen in eons. In the vast distance he saw a speck on the infinite horizon which may have been another immortal far away. It sped across the plain towards the speck, and as it grew larger it saw that the speck was a very familiar great snake, its mother, the one that had banished it to the mortal world. Its mother was not the first person it wanted to see for that reason, but it was happy to see her none the less.

As it approached her, The Exile cried out, "Mother!"

The great snake turned, and said with disgust, "█████████, HOW DID YOU GET BACK HERE? YOUR BANISHMENT IS NOT OVER!"

The Exile stopped running. "But mother, I thought you let me return."

"YOU WERE TO STAY IN THE MORTAL WORLD UNTIL THE MORTAL WORLD CAME TO ITS END, YOU SHOULD NOT BE BACK HERE. THE MORTAL WORLD STILL EXISTS. NOW TELL ME HOW DID YOU RETURN?"

The exile thought back on the last things it could remember before it had come back. It remembered that the torture that the disgusting mortals had put it though had stopped. It had thought it was for another futile attempt to kill it, but they had just left it in a room. Nothing had happened for several minutes, so it smashed down the door and left, but it found that the prison had been suddenly abandoned. Both the guards and all the prisoners were gone. It wandered though the prison for a long time before it simply walked out the front door. Outside, everything was strangely silent. It suddenly realized that all the sickening mortal life was gone. It was alone. As it wondered how that had happened, the sun darkened and went out. Then one by one all the star winked out. Then the earth itself shrank down to the size of an atom and vanished. Then space itself collapsed around it, not only leaving it as the only thing left in the universe, but making it's body the entirety of the universe, and that was the last thing The Exile remembered before it woke up home.

Before The Exile could say that it didn't know what had happened, it's mother suddenly screamed in horror.

"What? What is it? What are you screaming about?"

"LOOK AT YOURSELF."

It looked at itself and for a moment it didn't understand what it was seeing, before it realized that it's body was fading away.

"What is happening to me?"

"YOU ARE DEAD."

"That is impossible! I am immortal. There is no way those horrible mortals could have killed me."

"THERE IS NO DENYING IT. THE MORTALS DID THE IMPOSSIBLE. THEY DEFEATED YOUR IMMORTALITY. YOU ARE FADING INTO NONEXISTENCE"

"We must get revenge. We must kill every last mortal in all creation so they can never do this again."

"NO. IF THEY KILLED YOU, THEY CAN KILL THE REST OF OUR KIND. I WILL NOT TAKE THAT RISK."

"Then what are we going to do about this?"

"I DON'T KNOW YET, BUT I KNOW WHAT YOU ARE GOING TO DO. YOU ARE GOING BACK TO THE MORTAL WORLD TO FIND OUT HOW THEY KILLED YOU."

"No! I won't go back! I will never go back! I don't ever want to see those repulsive things ever again."

"YOU MUST GO BACK. IT IS THE ONLY WORTHWHILE THING YOU CAN DO WITH THE LITTLE TIME YOU HAVE LEFT BEFORE YOU DISAPEAR. YOU MUST GO BACK AND FIND OUT HOW THEY KILLED YOU SO THAT WE CAN MAKE SURE THAT THEY NEVER DO IT AGAIN!"

And with that The Exile was flung back to the mortal world, now cursed to not return until it found out how it had been killed.


The curse pulled The Exile back to The Jailors. It found itself right back in its old cell, but now that it was dead the acid could not touch it. Looking into the chamber was one of the doctors that had tormented it. The Exile lunged at the doctor but now was it powerless to harm anything so its claws and teeth passed harmlessly through the doctor.

"Hello SCP-682. I had a feeling you might come back."

"Answer me you sickening monster! How did you kill me!"

"Well that is an interesting story. We got the idea of how to kill you from a universe we found where absolutely everything alive had died including you. So we figured that only something capable of affecting the entire universe could kill you, but then that lead to the question of how to use something capable of affecting the entire universe to kill you without hurting the universe. We couldn't remove you from the universe because you always come back, so we did the opposite. We removed the entire universe from you."

"And how did you do that?"

"Look in this box and see."

The Exile peaked into a tiny box and was suddenly sucked into it.


The Exile would never know how it had been killed. Nobody would ever know how it had been killed. The Jailors made sure of that. Once the Exile's revenant had been locked in the box, everyone who knew how they had done it had deleted themselves from the timeline. From the perspective of everyone else, The Exile had suddenly vanished from its cell and been put into a tiny box and nobody knew who was responsible.

The Exile found that this fate was far worse that it's previous state of imprisonment. This was even worse than the horror of not existing. The box had the effect of stopping it from fading away into nonexistence. As a nonbeing, perhaps it could have still sought revenge. There were lots of monsters that didn't exists but could still harm those that did. But as a ghost on the edge of existence it was completely helpless. It could never seek revenge on the mortals for defeating its immortality, and the mystery of how they had done it would haunt it forever.

Junk Folder

This is where I keep ideas that I have given up on for now.