1. Post #3721
    Gold Member
    megafat's Avatar
    January 2005
    6,534 Posts
    Ok I have an idea let's crowdfund Evil O5, SCP Tycoon or whatever you wanna call it. TO THE KICKSTARTER!
    For a $10,000 donation, you get SCP-173.
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  2. Post #3722
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    Cone's Avatar
    August 2011
    18,981 Posts
    I'm bored. Someone gimme a vague suggestion to write an SCP about.
    banana cup

    I don't know just roll with it
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  3. Post #3723
    insert long title here
    SEKCobra's Avatar
    January 2009
    15,143 Posts
    For a $10,000 donation, you get SCP-173.
    I'd pay for it.
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  4. Post #3724
    Ok I have an idea let's crowdfund Evil O5, SCP Tycoon or whatever you wanna call it. TO THE KICKSTARTER!
    Thought you had to be a hipster and or have been an employee on a big company who now has no money and needs a million bucks for an iOS game to use that website
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  5. Post #3725
    Gold Member
    megafat's Avatar
    January 2005
    6,534 Posts
    I'd pay for it.
    For $250,000, you get to live a day* in the life of a D-Class.

    *-   Which usually is their whole life when they become a D-Class   
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  6. Post #3726
    Kochieboy's Avatar
    August 2008
    289 Posts
    For a $10,000 donation, you get SCP-173.
    Shut up and take my money!
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  7. Post #3727
    For $250,000, you get to live a day* in the life of a D-Class.

    *-   Which usually is their whole life when they become a D-Class   
    I still like the "termination means memory wipe and reuse" theory.
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  8. Post #3728
    Ginger gizzard amateur~
    Dennab
    July 2011
    5,135 Posts
    Really though, you could make a lot of dosh selling actual lifesize reproductions of scp-173.

    Hell, you don't even have to care about the quality, the article itself says it's poorly made.
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  9. Post #3729
    Well, my app got accepted, Just need to figure out a good SCP idea.
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  10. Post #3730
    elitehakor v2's Avatar
    June 2010
    3,836 Posts
    Really though, you could make a lot of dosh selling actual lifesize reproductions of scp-173.

    Hell, you don't even have to care about the quality, the article itself says it's poorly made.
    I'd buy 3
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  11. Post #3731
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    geogzm's Avatar
    January 2010
    19,596 Posts
    hey what was that one sculpture that 173 is based on
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  12. Post #3732
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    DesolateGrun's Avatar
    July 2008
    6,258 Posts
    I still like the "termination means memory wipe and reuse" theory.
    It's less cruel
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  13. Post #3733
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    Zakkin's Avatar
    August 2009
    5,727 Posts
    http://sandbox.scp-wiki.net/jesandals

    I know I'm a bit of a shitty writer, so i'd like you fellows to help me with this. It's my first try at a SCP.
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  14. Post #3734
    Ordigenius's Avatar
    January 2011
    1,169 Posts
    How does the foundation get it's funds?
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  15. Post #3735
    Ghhostface's Avatar
    October 2011
    182 Posts
    How does the foundation get it's funds?
    Front organizations, like Soap From Corpses.
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  16. Post #3736
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    megafat's Avatar
    January 2005
    6,534 Posts
    $500,000 and you get to spend some time with the Doctor of your choosing.
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  17. Post #3737
    ASK ME ABOUT MY BAKELITE FETISH
    Dennab
    April 2011
    6,395 Posts
    How does the foundation get it's funds?


    duck farming
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  18. Post #3738
    Not that bad of a seed
    asteroidrules's Avatar
    January 2011
    10,952 Posts
    How does the foundation get it's funds?
    The previously stated reasons, coupled with the fact that they practically own the world.
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  19. Post #3739
    Stardust crusader
    Stinky's Avatar
    March 2009
    2,850 Posts
    I've started to like reading the Foundation tales more than the SCP articles. This and this are probably my favorites.
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  20. Post #3740
    Gold Member
    Aperture fan's Avatar
    February 2008
    4,191 Posts
    genius idea for an SCP guys hear me out


    its an ordinary pair of jeans

    right?

    and they

    stay with me here


    they never stay zipped. No matter what outside forces or applications are applied, the second the zipper is unobserved it unzips itself.
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  21. Post #3741
    insert long title here
    SEKCobra's Avatar
    January 2009
    15,143 Posts
    Probably exists in one way or another, but feel free to write it up with a recovery story and everything.
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  22. Post #3742
    ASK ME ABOUT MY BAKELITE FETISH
    Dennab
    April 2011
    6,395 Posts

    Looks like SCP fuel to me.
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  23. Post #3743
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    Someone4956's Avatar
    March 2011
    2,037 Posts
    Okay, I opened up http://watchout4snakes.com/Creativit...domPhrase.aspx and got the phrase "grouped led". Here is an SCP I thought up about said phrase.


    Item #: SCP-XXX

    Object Class: Euclid/Keter


    Special Containment Procedures:
    SCP-XXX is to be kept in a safe measured 10 inches square. Said safe is to be guarded by no more than one guard. All testing shall be made with one researcher and no other personnel present. All video cameras shall cease operation for the duration of the testing, save for those brought in by the sole researcher.

    Description:SCP-XXX, when viewed by a single observer, whether in person or through remote comunication, is depicted as a 7in x 5in marble statue of a harp. SCP-XXX only manifests its effects when one or more observers are watching SCP-XXX at any one time.

    When viewed by one or more humans (current testing is ongoing for nonhuman subjects), SCP-XXX proceeds to manifest itself as an object of meaning between the observers. SCP-XXX then proceeds to appeal to the commonality between the observers in an attempt to lead them to harm themselves or otherwise death. Once contact with SCP-XXX has been made, all observers appear to willingly comply with any request SCP-XXX happens to make. It appears SCP-XXX is somewhat sentient, although it has no means of locomotion, it often requests that one of the observers picks it up. Please see Addendum 1 for testing log.



    Addendum 1:

    Test #: 1
    Observers: D-3476 and D-6457

    Details: Both D-Class subjects were fitted with camera helmets to capture footage on the effects of SCP-XXX. Once both D-class entered the room, they appeared to react to a noise not heard in the video. It is believed that SCP-XXX apparently asked the two fo them questions in an attempt to get them to work together. After ██ questions, the subjects both nodded their head in agreement. D-3476 then proceeded to pick the SCP up and attempt to breach the containment room. After █ hours, all breach attempts unsuccessful, both subjects then proceeded to put SCP-XXX on the floor. After which they both decided to commit suicide by chewing through their own wrists. Both subjects died by bloodloss ██ minutes later.

    Dr.Piper - It appears that when its original plans don't go correctly, it concocts a Plan-B. It doesn't appear to care how the observers die, just that they do indeed die.
    Ta-da, tell me how you like it. Did it in about 20 minutes.
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  24. Post #3744
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    Riller's Avatar
    October 2006
    9,619 Posts
    genius idea for an SCP guys hear me out


    its an ordinary pair of jeans

    right?

    and they

    stay with me here


    they never stay zipped. No matter what outside forces or applications are applied, the second the zipper is unobserved it unzips itself.
    OMG I am wearing them. Except they seem to have a like. Memetic effect or some shit. They stay zipped in private and stuff, but whenever I'm in a public situation where I am the centre of attention, they unzip.
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  25. Post #3745
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    Cone's Avatar
    August 2011
    18,981 Posts

    Looks like SCP fuel to me.
    So a totally crazy guy that's constantly reshaping his face?

    Some good interview logs could really make or break something like this.
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  26. Post #3746
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    CheeseMan's Avatar
    July 2005
    17,330 Posts
    That video is old as heck, may even have been used as an SCP already. If not, it's definitely been discussed.
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  27. Post #3747
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    Lordgeorge16's Avatar
    May 2010
    8,965 Posts
    $500,000 and you get to spend some time with the Doctor of your choosing.
    Shut up and take my money, I want to shadow Rights for the day.
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  28. Post #3748
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    The Aussie's Avatar
    May 2010
    3,709 Posts
    Anyone want to do a few colab SCP articles?
    I got a few flying around in my head.
    Like, A shower that makes you think you are so clean you never bathe again.
    Or a tortoise that eat's peices of paper with a word on it, and then grows it out of it's back. (e.g., paper the word cup, tortoise grows a cup)
    Finally, a school in England that has a talent show every year. people who compete recive large appluse no matter what, and become convinced of their own talents. Later killing them. E.G., juggler juggles chainsaws.
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  29. Post #3749
    I like the last one, I love building SCPs.
    I'm up for writing test logs or whatever.
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  30. Post #3750
    had an idea for an SCP, might be J-material though:

    a stone bust of Hippocrates which sings Handel's Messiah on activation, causing anyone in the area with an injury to feel little to no pain until they have recovered from said injury.

    i need to develop it more but eh
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  31. Post #3751
    anything that involves not feeling pain has good SCP potential because that would suck
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  32. Post #3752
    Mercenary-'s Avatar
    June 2009
    3,288 Posts
    genius idea for an SCP guys hear me out


    its an ordinary pair of jeans

    right?

    and they

    stay with me here


    they never stay zipped. No matter what outside forces or applications are applied, the second the zipper is unobserved it unzips itself.
    Shoelaces that always come loose!

    Keter classification.
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  33. Post #3753
    maybe it has the unintended side-effect of causing like, major organ failure and heart attacks in a certain percentage of people,. just like real heavy painkillers.

    i toyed with the idea of it giving those who have dealt harm to others an electrical shock but that's a bit far IMO.
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  34. Post #3754
    Mr Shadyface's Avatar
    July 2010
    4,337 Posts
    OK, this one's just off the top of my head. If it meets with general approval, i'll make the effort of signing up and submitting it:

    Item #- SCP-XXXX

    Object class: Euclid (Or possibly safe, I'm not perfectly sure here)

    Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is currently employed to guard the D-class containment block on site (blocks. should learn em). Anyone wishing to "Hire" SCP-XXXX, for testing or otherwise, must first gain the appropriate permissions from superiors. Once a week, SCP-XXXX's current "empoyer" is required to approach the statue, at which point any money acquired will be handed over. SCPs current fee is [DATA REDACTED]

    Description: SCP-XXXX is a humanoid statue, just under six feet in height. It is made up of a smooth, grey stone that has yet to be properly identified (See test log 2). With the exception of carved eyes, nose and mouth, SCP-XXXX lacks detail beyond basic muscle shapes, and a small hatch in the SCPs left hand.

    When "Unemployed", SCP-XXXX will automatically begin "guarding" the nearest entry/exit. In order to "Employ" it, one must deposit any amount of currency (ANY currency. SCP-XXXX has been know to accept money from across the world, as well as outdated currency such as Roman denarius and even sea shells).
    Once employed SCP-XXXX will stand in front of it's designated post and prevent anyone walking through (save the employer). The SCP will only allow someone to pass if an amount of the same currency used to hire equalling 10% of the hiring price is placed in the SCPs hand. The small hatch in its hand will open to accept the coins, then the subject will be allowed to pass through.
    Any attempt to pass SCP-XXXX without paying will be met with varying levels of force, depending on method used (See test logs, below)


    Test log 1:
    D-class subject instructed to approach statue. Statue raised right arm in the "halt" gesture, and left hand out, awaiting payment. Subject was then ordered to gently push his way past. Statue pushed back with slightly more force, causing test subject to fall over.


    Test log 2:
    Researchers attempt to remove a small amount of the material making up SCP-XXXX for analysis. When the drill made contact, the statue immediately took it in one hand and crushed it, breaking two of the researchers fingers in the process.


    Test log 3:
    D-class subject was given orders to get past the statue by any means. Subject proceed to run and tackle the statue. The statue responded by picking the subject up and hurling him against a wall. Subject suffered a concussion, a broken rib and a dislocated arm.


    Test log 4:
    D class subject given a sledge hammer and told to get past the statue. After the first blow, the statue proceeded to beat the subjects skull in with it's bare hands.

    Note: SCP-XXXX does not seem to object to being hosed down with water, so at least it's easy to clean.

    Dr (I should think of my docter name) - When I find out who put SCP-XXXX outside the toilet stall I was in, I'm going to make the clever [REDACTED] spend the night with one of the other, more FAMOUS statues we have here...
    Could use some work here and there, but not bad for half an hours procrastination...


    Shoelaces that always come loose!

    Keter classification.
    That means http://scp-wiki.wikidot.com/scp-387 should be upgraded to Keter as well. Have you eve stepped on lego? Now imagine it following you around the house.
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  35. Post #3755
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    geogzm's Avatar
    January 2010
    19,596 Posts
    this is now 682's theme


    except you have to add in lyrics at the descending notes part:

    "MAAAAAAARY MARY SUE SUE"
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  36. Post #3756
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    Riller's Avatar
    October 2006
    9,619 Posts
    Would like to have the currency thing expanded upon. If I hire it for ten dollar, how many seashells will it take to get past?
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  37. Post #3757
    Valor
    Novangel's Avatar
    September 2008
    19,398 Posts
    For $250,000, you get to live a day* in the life of a D-Class.

    *-   Which usually is their whole life when they become a D-Class   
    usually?
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  38. Post #3758
    Abused by Girlfriend
    geogzm's Avatar
    January 2010
    19,596 Posts

    Looks like SCP fuel to me.
    yo that's one of those weird-ass mud man motherfuckers

    ain't nothing to fuck with
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  39. Post #3759
    Mr Shadyface's Avatar
    July 2010
    4,337 Posts
    Would like to have the currency thing expanded upon. If I hire it for ten dollar, how many seashells will it take to get past?
    I'm thinking along the lines of the currency used to hire it will also become the fee.

    It has been found that Dr [REDACTED] used SCP-XXXX to block the exit to the cafateria and demand one dessert muffin per person. Dr [REDACTED] is no longer allowed to requisition SCP-XXXX for ANY reason, and he must share out the muffins between his fellow staff. Dr [REDACTED] will have none. Any spare will go to man who was injured after trying to pay with a sandwich.
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  40. Post #3760
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    Riller's Avatar
    October 2006
    9,619 Posts
    How about fictional currencies? A handfull of Nuka Cola bottle caps, for example?
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