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i know that there was a game based on SCP-682 in the works, but i don't know if it's mission based. i also remember hearing rumors that there's a SCP-860, but then again those are just rumors

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Hey, there was an SCP foundation game in the works that had a bunch of videos on youtube, but it looks like it just disappeared. Every time I try goggling anything about SCP games I either get containment breach, or one of the 087 variants. I was wondering if maybe you've heard anything about what happened? From what I remember the game was planned to be mission based, and for the most part, the game wasn't very close to any sort of release.
Anonymous

The only recent game I’ve heard about is Containment Breach. Maybe one of my followers can help?

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So all your stories are fiction?
Anonymous

Literally the first question on the FAQ states that The SCP Foundation is purely fictional. You didn’t need to send me this question 10 times.

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I've reached the 1600s in my complete readthrough of the SCP archive. I may qualify as one myself by the time I'm finished.
Anonymous

Assuming you can even catch up. There’s currently a contest for SCP-2000. Read about the contest here. There’s only 10 days left!

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Just what does it take to make a good SCP? I'm wondering this because I'd like to write one.
Anonymous

Originality is probably the most important quality. If you’ve got an original idea that is reasonably interesting, people can help you on improving other aspects of it. 

Make sure to read the How to Write an SCP guide, including each of those tabs. And make sure to ask for help. There are plenty of people who will give you advice on how to develop and improve your idea.

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Why haven't you been uploading anything lately?

I’ve been very busy lately. I moved to a new city and have a full-time job now. I’m currently working on a solution to the problem.

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Me and a friend are thinking of making a scp so how difficult do you think would be on a scale of 1-10

Depends on how much writing experience you have and how good your idea is. Assuming you have an account, you can go on the forum and discuss your idea with other veteran writers. That can be a good way to get some feedback without having to actually publish it. 

On a scale of 1-10, I’d go with an 7. The site is pretty choosy with what it accepts, which is why there are so many good articles.

SCP-1541: The Drunken God

SCP-1541-1 is an entity currently located in the approximate location of the G34.3 ethanol cloud in the Aquila constellation. It claims to be the physical representation of the deity [REDACTED], and that it has been attempting to contact the descendants of its former followers for what it approximates as the past 100 years. SCP-1541-1 currently shows a tendency towards alcoholism and manic depressive disorder.

SCP-1541-2 is a [REDACTED] brand cellular phone, whose number was reallocated to a Foundation-owned communications network upon discovery and containment. Logs of the messages that are sent to and from SCP-1541-1 through a currently-unknown method (as SCP-1541-1 denies possessing any communication devices) are to be registered with the Records Department for review and research purposes.

SCP-1541 and SCP-1541-2 were first brought to the Foundation’s attention through contact with one Amanda ███████ of █████████, Michigan. SCP-1541-1 and SCP-1541-2 were discovered during an interview by a member of Foundation staff, under the assumed identity of a technical support representative for the [REDACTED] Telephone Company, after the situation reached Foundation information analysts. She claimed that she was receiving disturbing messages from someone who knew of her great-grandmother, Elisabeth ███████, who had been deceased for almost twenty years at the time of initial contact, and discussing several rituals that it demanded to be performed. Examination of the cellular phone records have corroborated her statement, and produced a twenty-seven character designation that does not correspond to any known system. The witness’ memories of the event were suppressed, and she is currently under Foundation observation to determine if there have been further communication attempts made by SCP-1541-1. All other known descendants of the original cult that worshiped SCP-1541-1 are currently being tracked by MTF-Tau-17 for identical reasons.

Consult Document SCP-1541-T1 for a sample of notable messages sent to and from SCP-1541-1 by the initial witness. It should be noted that all messages were originally sent in Short Message Service (SMS) text format, and have been transcribed as accurately as possible to the standard interview format for records-keeping purposes.

For a log of the messages saved on SCP-1541-2 between SCP-1541-1 and Amanda ███████ approximately three days before the Foundation discovered SCP-1541, consult the primary document.

SCP-1504: Joe Schmo

Item Description: An unremarkable man who is not able to be harmed.

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SCP-1782: Tabula Rasa

SCP-1782 is a room measuring 42 or 45 square metres, in an abandoned apartment complex located in Kiev, Ukraine. Imprints over the archway entering the room read “jedna deväť osem d” (one nine eight d).
SCP-1782’s interior changes in appearance every two days at 03:12 AM. The change is instantaneous.
SCP-1782 is usually furnished with typical household objects, although SCP-1782, and the objects themselves, when present, are aged significantly with signs of heavy use. The floor plan of the room varies; certain instances having a kitchen, bedroom, and living room, or simply being a large, empty space. SCP-1782 occasionally manifests what appear to be sapient entities and fauna. Objects appearing before the change vanish regardless of their proximity to SCP-1782 at exactly 03:12 AM. Further examples can be found in the area records for this object.
SCP-1782 does not appear to have a detrimental effect on subjects entering. Testing subjects in all cases return from the interior of the room with a fear of holes. Exact reasons for this are unknown.SCP-1782 is a room measuring 42 or 45 square metres, in an abandoned apartment complex located in Kiev, Ukraine. Imprints over the archway entering the room read “jedna deväť osem d” (one nine eight d).
SCP-1782’s interior changes in appearance every two days at 03:12 AM. The change is instantaneous.
SCP-1782 is usually furnished with typical household objects, although SCP-1782, and the objects themselves, when present, are aged significantly with signs of heavy use. The floor plan of the room varies; certain instances having a kitchen, bedroom, and living room, or simply being a large, empty space. SCP-1782 occasionally manifests what appear to be sapient entities and fauna. Objects appearing before the change vanish regardless of their proximity to SCP-1782 at exactly 03:12 AM. Further examples can be found in the area records for this object.
SCP-1782 does not appear to have a detrimental effect on subjects entering.Testing subjects in all cases return from the interior of the room with a fear of holes. Exact reasons for this are unknown.

Logs of SCP-1782 events can be found in the primary document.

SCP-1782: Tabula Rasa

SCP-1782 is a room measuring 42 or 45 square metres, in an abandoned apartment complex located in Kiev, Ukraine. Imprints over the archway entering the room read “jedna deväť osem d” (one nine eight d).

SCP-1782’s interior changes in appearance every two days at 03:12 AM. The change is instantaneous.

SCP-1782 is usually furnished with typical household objects, although SCP-1782, and the objects themselves, when present, are aged significantly with signs of heavy use. The floor plan of the room varies; certain instances having a kitchen, bedroom, and living room, or simply being a large, empty space. SCP-1782 occasionally manifests what appear to be sapient entities and fauna. Objects appearing before the change vanish regardless of their proximity to SCP-1782 at exactly 03:12 AM. Further examples can be found in the area records for this object.

SCP-1782 does not appear to have a detrimental effect on subjects entering. Testing subjects in all cases return from the interior of the room with a fear of holes. Exact reasons for this are unknown.SCP-1782 is a room measuring 42 or 45 square metres, in an abandoned apartment complex located in Kiev, Ukraine. Imprints over the archway entering the room read “jedna deväť osem d” (one nine eight d).

SCP-1782’s interior changes in appearance every two days at 03:12 AM. The change is instantaneous.

SCP-1782 is usually furnished with typical household objects, although SCP-1782, and the objects themselves, when present, are aged significantly with signs of heavy use. The floor plan of the room varies; certain instances having a kitchen, bedroom, and living room, or simply being a large, empty space. SCP-1782 occasionally manifests what appear to be sapient entities and fauna. Objects appearing before the change vanish regardless of their proximity to SCP-1782 at exactly 03:12 AM. Further examples can be found in the area records for this object.

SCP-1782 does not appear to have a detrimental effect on subjects entering.Testing subjects in all cases return from the interior of the room with a fear of holes. Exact reasons for this are unknown.

Logs of SCP-1782 events can be found in the primary document.