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One after another, terrible events occur until he finds himself locked in a facility in which he can not escape, filled to the brim with lunatics; perhaps one of the lunatics will give him hope - maybe even more. Some may even include my OCs! To keep myself from over indulging in one ship, each ship gets a maximum of two oneshots.
Zero is a reclusive computer science major, floating by in college with the help of vodka by his side. His only human interaction seems to be from his distant father, who abandoned him as a child but now is trying to make a bit of effort to be back in his life. And after a failed virus he sends to a Cray supercomputer gets exposed, he is forced to pay for the consequences of his cyber crimes in more ways than one.
Anderson Robotics inflicted this on him on purpose. Brown Note : SCP is a sound that causes people who hear it to hallucinate being attacked by a swarm of mosquitoes and to develop the symptoms of mosquito bites and mosquito-born illnesses. Brown Note : SCP is an unusual brown note that does not affect living things. It is a audio file that, when played, causes machines to slow down, leak fluids, and sometimes shut down.
When it is tested on sapient machines it causes them to experience feelings of melancholy. Assimilation Plot : SCP planned to merge itself with all other minds on earth. Conjoined Twins : SCP was a set of conjoined triplets. They were joined in a way that left them with three heads and three arms but six legs. Death-Activated Superpower : The process that SCP was put through in order to enhances its powers included killing it through electrocution in order to dissociate its mind from its body.
Deus ex Machina : Just when it seems like SCP is going to succeed in spreading its influence over the world, the GOC steps in and neutralizes it with a psychic superweapon of their own. Journey to the Center of the Mind : The Foundation agents that enter the facility where SCP was kept find themselves in an extremely bizarre location which they eventually realize is actually the inside of SCP's mind. Soviet Superscience : SCP was an experimental weapon that was intended to use its psychic powers to turn people to communism.
Tyke Bomb : SCP was a living superweapon that was created out of a trio of conjoined children. Magitech : SCP are powered by the life force of the person that they are attached to instead of batteries. Transhumanism : Several people who got SCP prosthetics chose to buy variants that actually granted superhuman abilities instead of just being simple body part replacements for restoring natural abilities.
Is a Crapshoot : SCP rebelled against its creator because it didn't want to be traded as currency and deliberately got itself captured by The Foundation. Deal with the Devil : SCP is a hard drive designed for turning artificial intelligences into souls for the purpose of trading them with entities that collect souls.
Human Sacrifice : SCP is an artificial substitute for human sacrifice. Magitech : SCP is indestructible and can hold far more data than it physically should be able to but only for the purpose of holding an AI. Its purpose is to turn an AI into an artificial soul. Arc Words : People in the town keep saying "Through God, all things are possible.
Murder-Suicide : An unknown woman whose pregnancy kept coming back after having multiple abortions ends up throwing the baby from the church's bell tower before jumping off herself. Politically Incorrect Villain : Elder Rockwell is racist and antisemitic. Religious Horror : Whitewater seems like an ordinary small conservative Christian town, but there is something very wrong going on with the town's church. It becomes increasingly clear that they are following a twisted version of Christianity.
Sinister Minister : Elder Rockwell is the villain responsible for perverting the Christian town into the worship of something evil. She thinks it is a curse rather than a miracle and believes she has given birth to an undead abomination which she refuses to call a baby.
Artificial Human : Jacob Jefferson appears to be a completely normal human even when a deep examination is performed but his current body is said to actually be a "generation 12 Anderson Robotics android. In the end it turns out that Jacob is now also inhabiting an android body that seems human even when closely examined.
SCP - Do not go gentle into that good night. Arc Welding : Fledgling accidentally gets the probe to broadcast a vision of a destroyed world covered in If you'll recall, video footage of previous victims of SCP look exactly like this. Awaken the Sleeping Giant : At the end of the article, it's all but confirmed the actual source of the anomaly is one of the Pattern Screamer conquerers from SCP, which is now fully awake due to the Foundation's prodding.
Expy : The Priorihomus race is one to SCP; both are sapient aliens with interstellar influence and used this to try and build a civilization among the stars. They were also both left completely alone after the Pattern Screamers cut them off from the rest of space, only being rediscovered when Earth finds them again. Hijacked by Ganon : The article's ending suddenly reveals that the SCP empire a band of Evil Luddite Pattern Screamers has entered the Ad Astra Per Aspera canon as a potential villain faction, even though the canon's premise mostly focuses on interpersonal conflict.
Precursors : The article mentions an alien race called the Priorihomus whose name sounds like it preceded humanity, but the Foundation has lost all knowledge of them. Because SCP yoinked it out of existence, and with it, proof that they were advanced Human Aliens. Acid-Trip Dimension : Dr. Cecil Goss went through a pretty horrifying trip through other dimensions during his disappearance.
While some of it may have been hallucinations caused by the cherries, it is implied that he jumped into other universe and the future. One of his strange experiences may have been him ending up inside of a computer as an AI somehow.
When he finally was recovered, he could no longer speak due to damage to his vocal cords and was missing a few body parts. It is hinted that the trees grew from the corpse of one of the two beings that created the universe. Fantastic Drug : The cherries from SCP cause halucinations and a compulsion to write about the hallucinations.
It is also implied that overdosing on the cherries or the cherry juice from the people who are merged with the trees can literally send you into other universes. Fantastic Fruits and Vegetables : SCP is a grove of cherry trees that constantly produce seedless sweet cherries.
Consuming them causes hallucinations and a compulsion to write about them. Plant Person : Several of the cherry tree have people fused with them. These people are still alive but don't seem to be conscious and have had their body fluids replaced with cherry juice. Magitech : Corvus an AI with the ability to predict the future using a combination of science and supernatural effects. Power Incontinence : Corvus is unhappy with her ability to predict the future because she is programmed in a way that makes her unable to stop predicting the future, so she rebelled by refusing to tell the future when she is not in the mood for it.
It makes a deal with The Foundation to give out one prediction per day but eventually it decides to completely stop giving any predictions at all. Unhappy Medium : Corvus can perfectly predict anything that will happen in a 48 hour period as long has she has enough information, but she is programmed in a way she is compelled to predict the future whether she wants to or not.
This eventually makes her unable to enjoy creative activities because she starts to predict what she will make before she makes it. The Foundation eventually decides that that most merciful thing they can do for her is put her into long term storage where she can't use her predictive abilities. Tropes associated with Inevitable: Arc Words : "I will not fade. The choice leads to another article telling the story of said method being executed. Magic by Any Other Name : Inverted.
Unlike most SCP files, anomalies are explicitly referred to as being "magical" several times. In the Mage route, one of the protagonists actively refuses to conform to the SCP Foundation's clinical terminology, believing there's no point in doing so when there won't even be a Foundation anymore if SCP destroys the world's anomalies.
SCP turns out to be the result of said mission, as the universe sees no point in keeping supernatural phenomena around if the Foundation is just going to keep their existence a secret. Multiple Endings : The final page of this SCP file puts the reader into the role of O, who breaks the tied vote of whether or not the SCP Foundation in its current state should dissolve or remain.
Tropes associated with SCP entropy: The Magic Goes Away : SCP is a worldwide phenomenon in which anomalous entities or objects are either destroyed or lose their anomalous properties. According to O, this is the universe's natural response to the SCP Foundation's refusal to allow the magical and unusual to roam free in the world, just so they could keep up their idea of "normalcy". Due to a glitch while it does succeed in reflecting the attack, the effect it has on SCP isn't what was intended.
Brain in a Jar : SCPC is an extracted fae brain that absorbs the souls of those hit by the weapon. This one is based on thaumaturgy rather than psychic powers. Your Soul is Mine! Aces and Eights. Hub Aces and Eights takes place in an alternate universe during the time of the Wild West. Musical Theme Naming : The titles of tales in this canon are taken from song lyrics or poems. Weird West : It is the time of the Wild West and many strange but familiar heroes, villains, and monsters are out there.
Ad Astra Per Aspera. Hub In an Alternate History , humanity develops the foundations for advanced space travel, colonization, and terraforming by The New '20s. Downer Beginning : The overarching plot gets kicked into high gear by one of the more innocuous Keter-class SCPs successfully ending the world. Uniqueness Decay : In this canon, the Apollyon object class has lost most of its impact, as per its definition , it can be applied to any planet that's been sacked by an anomaly.
As a result, anomalies like SCP get to be marked as Apollyon-class without actually being an indication that life on Sol or what remains of the veil is screwed in any capacity. The Unmasqued World : Downplayed; keeping the existence of the anomalous a secret no longer matters since humanity has abandoned Earth.
However, the Foundation still hides some anomalous activities and their own actions as a precaution; for example, they deny that the taronyu refugees in SCP were brought to Sol by them. While they had a Foundation equivalent, they lacked a veil, and thus readily incorporated anomalies into everyday life.
This proved to be their undoing when several of these anomalies with the capacity to end the world triggered all at once, destroying the planet. There is yet still hope in the teachings of the Church of the Second Hytoth, however Disaster Dominoes : How Mo'ara fell.
First, a poorly-tuned dead hand triggered a nuclear war. Then a jar of botched nanomachines made for bioaugmentation broke in the explosions and caused a Zombie Apocalypse. Then the Foundation analogue fell, and a device that supported the plant life went with it. Then a local sect of the Scarlet King's influence took over. Then SCP found them and decided to team up, and then finally a local weather god died, condemning Mo'ara to an eternity of natural disasters. They figure out a way to travel to Sol without raising suspicion, and peacefully restart their civilization among humanity.
See the multiple canons folder. Did It Cure Your Mind? Three Laws-Compliant : Artificial Inteligence Conscripts created by The Foundation follow a variant of the three laws of robots which are called the Standard Principals. An AIC must not operate outside of its clearance. An AIC must operate for the benefit of the Foundation. An AIC must protect its own existence unless it conflicts with other principles.
SCP - Cry me a river See the multiple canons folder. SCP - hatbot. SCP - Invictus See the multiple canons folder. The Antarctic Exchange. Hub The Foundation holds an exchange program with people from SCP , an empire located in an alternate universe's version of Antarctica. Hub A world where an anomaly that turns people into superhumans got out of control and the Foundation is struggling and failing to maintain normalcy. Mass Super-Empowering Event : The foundation failed to contain an anomaly that grants people superpowers and ends up at war with them.
Hub A post apocalyptic setting where all humans on earth were wiped out. Broken Masquerade. Hub The veil is broken after an anomalous disaster in North Korea exposes the existence of the Foundation and the anomalous to the world. About a quarter of their dialogue by volume is slang, and a fair bit of it is misused for instance, they think "Netflix and chill" is synonymous with "hang out". The Unmasqued World : We get to see how the world adjusts to the anomalous no longer being a secret. The implication is that SCP-OMEGA is an ordinary person, or possibly a benign entity, who was playing along with the whole thing, even noting that it was defeated by "telekinesis and verbal threats" read: it backed away or reacted to invisible forces while he threw whatever insults he could come up with at it.
Guns Akimbo : Wields two guns named Fear and Loathing that shoot pure light and darkness. Littlest Cancer Patient : is a terminally ill nine-year-old child, whose wish was to become the most powerful SCP. The article is about the Foundation collaborating with the Make-A-Wish Foundation to make that dream a reality. No Celebrities Were Harmed : The article seems to be inspired by Erik Martin, Electron Boy, who made headlines when his wish to be a superhero was given a very public showing.
Parody Sue : , being essentially the creation of a child, is noted to have "all the powers of the Marvel superheroes", has a loyal Canine Companion who's almost as powerful as he is, and is said to be so amazing that the Foundation simply doesn't bother to try to contain him at all, instead letting him live with his family unbothered and calling upon him when needed.
Pet the Dog : The article's existence is essentially an extended one on the part of the Foundation; it's noted that it saw a surge of donations to the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Stylistic Suck : The article's description borrows traits from early now-decommissioned humanoid SCPs, such as odd language, distinctive weaponry, an excessive focus on "badassery", and being used as a way to fight "evil" SCPs. Codename: Green King. Hub A small group of Foundation agents is in a secret war with a powerful reality bender named Josephine, who just wants to be left alone and uses her powers to erase the memories of anyone who discovers her.
The Coldest War. Hub Stories about the Cold War and the conflicts between the west and the east powers as they try to weaponize the anomalous while the Foundation keeps workings in the shadows. Competitive Eschatology. Hub Imagine what would happen if every single apocalypse from every religion ever happened at the time. Hub This canon began as a fake hub for a sequel to the tale series, The Cool War, with ridiculous chapter names that was posted for April Fools' Day.
La Foi de La Paix, Circa Hub A canon based on an SCP proposal where the sun started turning all living things exposed to its light into living blobs. Nearly every living thing on Earth has become an amorphous mass bent on dragging unconverted lifeforms out into SCP's light to make them another one of their own.
Igotta, switches on the camera feed of the protagonist's computer, so that they can see that said instance is about to get them. The protagonist turns around and fires the gun they found Blob Monster : Lifeforms exposed to SCP melt into amorphous goo, but they don't die, they just keep chugging along.
Body Horror : Exposure to SCP results in all living things exposed to its light melting and partially reconstituting. The resulting SCPA instances will partially reconstitute but will also fuse with each other. But given that she's an Unreliable Narrator who also believes the resulting biomass is beautiful Think again!
SCPA instances will find your body and drag you out into sunlight , bringing you back to life as yet another instance of them. Igotta learns the hard way by way of a D-class whose suicide gambit fails to prevent his conversion. Daylight Horror : You don't say. Not only is the horror in daylight, but the daylight itself is the cause of the horror. Downer Ending : Its entry is written as a tale from the perspective of an unnamed researcher. Said researcher is discovered by one of the countless masses of SCPA and dragged out into the light of SCP itself, converting them into yet another 1-A instance.
It Can Think : Despite their horrid state, the SCP A instances retain a large degree of intelligence post-conversion, being smart enough to talk as well as employ trickery and psychological warfare against their victims. Kill It with Ice : Although electrical and incendiary weapons are decent ways of immobilizing but not killing , unfortunately SCPA instances, cryonic munitions are the best way to do so.
Was Once a Man : Many instances — as in at least 6. General tropes Well-Intentioned Extremist : The tale Heart and Sol suggests that the Sun deliberately turned humanity into flesh blobs because they would otherwise have been obliterated by the Hateful Star. Doctors of the Church. Hub Another slightly different post-apocalyptic setting where the doctors of the Foundation have become figures of worship.
Gone Horribly Wrong : The woman who created them did so in order to create little sugar people who would dance and sing for the crowds who visited the circus she was a part of. Things didn't turn out as well as she'd hoped Orifice Invasion : SCP instances attempt to enter the mouth of any humans they encounter. Puppeteer Parasite : SCP instances are able to control any human beings after entering their mouths.
Dead Guy Puppet : The SCP is a marionette theatre that uses prepared corpses as its puppets, sending electro-thaumic waves through metallic strings to make them perform. Shows are programmed into giant wax cylinders like a player piano. Marionette Master : During the battle that led to Fuller's death, he used the puppet performers hooked up to the machine as Mooks , all of which were separated from the apparatus by the Circus rebellion.
The battle itself isn't described anywhere on the site, but the lead-in is depicted in " There Are No Strings on Me ". People Puppets : All the puppets in the theatre were created from still-living civilians. A Taste of Their Own Medicine : The monstrously evil Herman Fuller was subjected to the same terrible fate that he subjected many of his performers to.
Villain Song : Icky and Manny programmed Fuller's corpse to perform one in their personalized show cylinder. You Have Outlived Your Usefulness : The intended purpose of the Matinee - Fuller would turn rebellious performers into corpse-puppets to keep them obedient forever.
His plan later became to hook up the entire circus to the machine. End Of Death. Hub Suddenly, all living things with a brain can no longer die, no matter how much they want to. The Death of Death : A Foundation agent who was sent on a mission to capture death ended up killing them instead.
Fate Worse than Death : Everyone is doomed to slowly rot away while remaining alive but unable to even sleep without special drugs. Et Tam Deum Petivi. Hub A collection of stories focusing on the agents of the Horizon Initiative. From 's Archives. Hub Centers around Site SCP - Delicious Chocolates SCP are anomalous balls of chocolate, which if they are not kept at a low temperature will animate and coat any food they are able to find. Anybody who has eaten SCP tainted food will start emiting a smell that causes other people to attempt to cannibalize them.
Animate Inanimate Object : If SCP ever becomes liquid, it will become animate and try to cover any nearby edible substance with itself. Supernaturally Delicious and Nutritious : Instances of SCP organisms that have eaten SCP or food covered in it will become targets of other organisms, as they will attempt to eat them regardless of their prior relationship.
Critter Profile: Sparky! The Foundation Alchemy Department. Hub There is far more to alchemy than just turning lead into gold. Global Occult Coalition Casefiles. Hub Stories about the GOC. Hub Stories set in the southern United States, especial the gulf coast region. Bears Are Bad News : The clay bear is only hostile and overprotective to anyone near Abigael whenever he feels that she is disturbed or stressed, or when he perceives anything hostile.
Otherwise he is calm and quiet. Psychic Link : Abigael and her grandfather talk to each other through telepathy, but no one else can communicate verbally to him except her. Religious Bruiser : Abigael's grandpa was a firm Christian believer and he swore to God to protect her even in the afterlife.
Painting the Medium : Any digital documents that contains contains quotes or transcripts from the meetings at the city city hall in Cross City City, Florida causes causes most words starting with "C C" to be used twice. Only certain certain words are exempt from the effects, as long as they correlate correlate to Christian or Catholic themes.
The noun "cross" remains the same, but the verbs "crossed crossed" or "crossing crossing" are changed changed. In Memoria, Adytum. Hub A storyline about Sarkicism and the massive threat it presents to the world. Insect Hell. Hub Locusts that can eat anything and are able to reproduce by mitosis breached containment and threaten to destroy the world.
Grey Goo : The entire world is being taken over by locusts that can rapidly copy themselves and eat anything so eventually the whole planet is going to be turned into locusts. Not with a bang, but with a shitpost. Critter Profile: Genghis!
Hub A reality gone mad where the Foundation's AuthorAvatars have turned into reality warping Mary Sues , twisting the Foundation into a parody of itself while the world outside is devastated because they are unable to properly perceive any consequences of their wacky adventures.
Black Comedy : Stories in this setting are often Played for Laughs or Played for Horror , but often both at the same time. The Man Who Wasn't There. Hub Stories about the various individuals who have taken on the role of Nobody. No Return. Hub A continuation of the story of SCP SCP - Inevitable See the multiple canons folder.
The Old Man in the Sea. Hub SCP is a member of a species of space traveling leviathans that spread life throughout the universe as part of their lifecycle. On Guard Hub Stories centered around Site, located in Ontario, Canada. Humanoid Abomination : SCPA is hairless, has matte grey skin, has scars on its "face" that look like a pair of eyes and a mouth, only appears in reflective surfaces , can degrade any optical equipment and media on which it appears, and if it shows up on an eye, serious ocular injury can occur.
Mascot : Is seen by many of the personnel of Site as an unofficial one for the Site itself, because of the necessity for SCPB to perform janitorial duties in the commonly-traveled Site sections, combined with the horrific noise that occurs if -A is separated from -B. Mirror Monster : SCPA can only appear on reflective surfaces, which includes mirrors, reflective pipes, lenses, and sometimes eyes. It primarily prefers to show up in glass.
SCPA needles him about it all the time. Deering mustn't be told of his SCP status. Anishnaabeg consultants suggested that industrial advancement presence of foreign individuals, copper removal from the lakes, shipping in Lake Huron , attempts to contain the instances, and demonization of the instances led to their biased animosity, which proved true after their attacks towards the Foundation decreased dramatically after said aggravating factors were removed, interaction with SCP was limited to the lakes' indigenous tribes, and the Foundation began providing clean water to the tribes' reservation areas.
Mix-and-Match Critters : SCP instances are primarily feline, however documented instances also display other animal attributes, such as fish scales, bull horns, rodentine quills, bird feathers, and prehensile serpentine tails formed from pure copper. This primarily stems from the infrastructural development and industrial advancement on the Great Lakes, with the behaviour going away after the Foundation restored the lake's copper deposits, stopped shipping on Lake Huron, left containment of the SCP to the Great Lakes' indigenous tribes, and began providing clean water to reservations across the Great Lakes Nexus Weather Manipulation : They're capable of doing this.
During the construction of Site where covert Foundation shipping on Lake Huron was hampered by storms, with SCP instances attacking the workers. Said ability also prevents the Foundation to precisely calculate the amount of instances that exist in the Great Lakes.
Wynn Rydderech and AAF-W: Eldritch Location : AAF-W is this under SCP's influence, becoming an absolutely massive underground facility with industrial pipelining and machinery going in all directions and formations possible, capable of expanding in any direction so long as a Scranton Reality Anchor isn't in the way.
Delta-5 in the first exploration log: It looks like somebody turned ten factories inside-out and stacked them. Gantries, pipes, tanks, chimneys and such protruding from the cave floor. Delta-5 in the second exploration log: A cave-scraper. A cave ceiling scraper. Scout: We're talking about someone who's been completely alone and out of his mind for thirty years.
Most of Wynn Rydderech is gone, and what's left is crying out for help, and we're not listening. On Mount Golgotha. Only Game In Town. Hub Stories about a metaphysical entity called "Rudie" who is a personification of the fear of the unknown.
Hub Centers around the Foundation's Site in Las Vegas, a group of immortal beings who fought a war with each other in the distant past, and two members of the Foundation named Dr. Creation Myth : The story chronologically begins with a unique take on the story of the Garden of Eden.
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