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    I was watching PeanutButterGamer's video on the Top 10 Scariest Video Game Enemies, and one enemy he showed, SCP-173, is one scary mother****er.

    Seriously. I had my arm hair raising just by watching the video bits from "Containment Breach". The sheer... alienness of the game mechanic, where the monster moves toward you the second you lose line of sight.. And keeps coming everytime you blink. That's scary as ****.

    Somebody played that game? Are you scared of blinking now?

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    There are a lot of really creepy artifacts/creatures on the main SCP site

    http://www.scp-wiki.net/

    It's pretty amazing at the creativity people have when coming up with things like this.

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    I've seen it! But reading about it and living it is different!

    edit: One of the scariest of the website is SCP-231.

    Not the SCP itself, but the treatment the Foundation is doing to it. That is the stuff of nightmares.
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    That's kind of ironic. I watched that exact same video last night....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cikomyr View Post
    I've seen it! But reading about it and living it is different!

    edit: One of the scariest of the website is SCP-231.

    Not the SCP itself, but the treatment the Foundation is doing to it. That is the stuff of nightmares.
    Literally, because it's one of the site's established rule that 110-Montauk will never be 'officially' described...it's scarier when you have to make it up yourself.
    Quote Originally Posted by GungHo, on Battletech
    The Atlas is also goofy but it has that whole "Stay Puft Marshmallow Man" menacing smile thing going for it. The guy who drew that one up was obviously taken to the Nutcracker when he was a child... and he was screaming in terror the entire time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Glyphstone View Post
    Literally, because it's one of the site's established rule that 110-Montauk will never be 'officially' described...it's scarier when you have to make it up yourself.

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    Funny, that video got me into SCPs as well.
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    Every time I see SCP-173 mentioned, I feel like going on the Weeping Angels monologue.
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    Which, according to the SCP website, was not created until a few months after SCP-173 popped up on 4chan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by YakYak View Post
    Which, according to the SCP website, was not created until a few months after SCP-173 popped up on 4chan.
    I sort-of have my doubts about that considering the Weeping Angels debut was several years ago back in 2007. However i also have never really paid attention cared about what was going on with 4chan, so i could be wrong.




    Edit: After a bit more looking, apparently the thread containing containing information regarding SCP-173 appeared on /x/ in 2007. However i also read that SCP-173 was created nearly a year before the Doctor Who episode Blink aired. Which aired in 2007, which doesn't add up unless SCP-173 was conceived long before it was posted on 4chan. However i have to say, even though people keep saying that their creation is separate. It's quite a coincidence for two things that are nearly identical in habit being created so close together.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Glyphstone View Post
    Literally, because it's one of the site's established rule that 110-Montauk will never be 'officially' described...it's scarier when you have to make it up yourself.
    Spoiler alert: it's rape.

    They rape her.

    Hope I didn't ruin anything.

    Kind of like that Alduous Huxley story about the boy in the room that has to suffer a horrible abused alone hungry life so that this city can be a utopia. At everyone's coming of age, they are shown the boy and given the choice to leave the city. Those that stay get an endless party, always knowning in the back of their mind the enormous cost they pay.

    I think I like Huxley's version better than herp-derp-rape.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spuddles View Post
    Spoiler alert: it's rape.

    They rape her.

    Hope I didn't ruin anything.

    Kind of like that Alduous Huxley story about the boy in the room that has to suffer a horrible abused alone hungry life so that this city can be a utopia. At everyone's coming of age, they are shown the boy and given the choice to leave the city. Those that stay get an endless party, always knowning in the back of their mind the enormous cost they pay.

    I think I like Huxley's version better than herp-derp-rape.
    That's what's implied, very heavily implied. But the whole point is that it's never actually explicitly stated what's involved, and how deeply twisted and wrong it goes beyond 'herpderprape' as you but it. The 'word of creator' is that it's not what you think it is, it's actually worse, but he'll never share what his personal idea of 110-Montauk is because it's more horrific for everyone to invent their own.
    Quote Originally Posted by GungHo, on Battletech
    The Atlas is also goofy but it has that whole "Stay Puft Marshmallow Man" menacing smile thing going for it. The guy who drew that one up was obviously taken to the Nutcracker when he was a child... and he was screaming in terror the entire time.
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    Oh, I thought they were performing abortion, seeing as giving birth kept killing the others.
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    Quote Originally Posted by YakYak View Post
    Oh, I thought they were performing abortion, seeing as giving birth kept killing the others.
    The more-or-less 'unofficial' truth is that Spuddles is right, and it's done in such a traumatic fashion as to induce repeated miscarriages.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GungHo, on Battletech
    The Atlas is also goofy but it has that whole "Stay Puft Marshmallow Man" menacing smile thing going for it. The guy who drew that one up was obviously taken to the Nutcracker when he was a child... and he was screaming in terror the entire time.
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    Glyphstone, out of all the playground I think you scare me the most...
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    Personaly i think SCP is better then lovecraft-

    Because inonicaly lovecraft doesnt feel alien enough.

    His stuff is just a mix of tentacles and body parts.

    Whilst this stuff is a horryfying mix of known and unknown.

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    So, what is everyones favorite SCP's? I'm so glad to find others on here enjoy the Foundation as much as I do. My favorite is, predictably, 682. I also however, greatly enjoy the one(I can't remember what #) with the family made out of yarn, they are awesome! That and the one SCP that will kill anyone who has seen it or even just a photograph of it, even if they are unaware of it.

    I also enjoy the hinting at of even worse SCPs by the time traveler(I'm sorry, it's been a while since I've read these, so I can't remember anyone of their #'s anymore). Also, ANYTHING to do with Dr. Bright. :)
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    My personal favorite is SCP-1981, "Ronald Reagan Cut Up While Talking." It strikes just the right mixture of being surprisingly funny while also just a little creepy.

    I'm also fond of SCP-1370 and SCP-504 just for being entertaining.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Starwulf View Post
    So, what is everyones favorite SCP's?
    SCP-914. It shows that with proper interpretation the whole foundation seems like a wacky comedy with tons of black humor that makes it much more of a light-hearted read. After reading through SCP-914's experiment log the whole thing didn't feel quite as scary because some of the stuff there was quite absurd, though also very creative.
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    My favorite has to be SCP-001. Terrifying. Doubt it will get incorporated into the game though.
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    I've got three and a half favorites that I think best showcase the various sides of the Foundation:

    -076: Shows why the Foundation isn't the Chaos Insurgency; trying to 'employ' or otherwise use SCP's is never safe.
    -085: Because not everything the Foundation keeps locked up is dangerous. Sometime it's just weird, or even helpful, but Normality Must Be Preserved.
    -682: Because some of the stuff the Foundation locks up actually is dangerous.
    -231 as the half, because it overlaps with -682: As bad as the Foundation is, if it didn't exist the world would be a whole lot worse (or nonexistent).
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    The Atlas is also goofy but it has that whole "Stay Puft Marshmallow Man" menacing smile thing going for it. The guy who drew that one up was obviously taken to the Nutcracker when he was a child... and he was screaming in terror the entire time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Glyphstone View Post
    The more-or-less 'unofficial' truth is that Spuddles is right, and it's done in such a traumatic fashion as to induce repeated miscarriages.
    Ah, okay. I'm not familiar with the ins and outs of rape.
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    My favorite is probably SCP-065-J

    And don't tell me its less plausible then the other ones! If we can have a door that makes people explode then why can't we have SCP-065-J?

    But a more serious ones are probably

    SCP-1135

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    SCP-1615

    Which shows that some can even save the world, and makes the Foundation look like bad guys, make us question if they are not doing more bad to the world then good....

    But then you remember SCP-040

    If it ever reached a mind of a killer......

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    That site is waay worse than TV Tropes. Someone on these forums once linked to it, and foolishly I wondered what they were on about and clicked it - and lost twelve hours.

    Twelve frag-damn hours.

    Tried to avoid it since...!

    It's practically a keter-level SCP all itself...
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    I could never get into SCP.

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    Personaly i think SCP is better then lovecraft-

    Because inonicaly lovecraft doesnt feel alien enough.

    His stuff is just a mix of tentacles and body parts.

    Whilst this stuff is a horryfying mix of known and unknown.
    That's kind of Flanderising Lovecraft. There are only like 3 real tentacled creatures in his works and he wrote loads of stories.

    Yog-Sothoth is glowing spheres, Ghouls are malformed humans, Elder Things are starfish headed vegetables with insect wings, the colour out of space is a colour, Nyarlathotep is a mysterious foreigner, the Great Race of Yth are time travelling body swappers of unknown original form, Deep Ones are fish men, the Nameless City's inhabitants were hindlimbless crocodiles,
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    Still boring. Somehow thier supposed to drive me insane...But they kind of don't.

    They are just more "Oogly boogley" monsters. I see more messed up stuff on Episodes of Generator Rex .

    This stuff feels genuinely off, and unexplained, crazy, maddening and dangerous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scowling Dragon View Post
    Still boring. Somehow thier supposed to drive me insane...But they kind of don't.

    They are just more "Oogly boogley" monsters. I see more messed up stuff on Episodes of Generator Rex .

    This stuff feels genuinely off, and unexplained, crazy, maddening and dangerous.
    SCP is just genuinely Lovecraftian stuff done in the modern day and in line with modern day sensibilities. Even down to the collaboration and shared universe.

    If he was alive today you can bet that HP Lovecraft would be registered there.

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    Pretty much. Cthulu isn't as scary anymore.

    The scariest things are the stuff that is unexplained.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YakYak View Post
    Oh, I thought they were performing abortion, seeing as giving birth kept killing the others.
    No. They purposely need it to be a traumatic, event, because she started getting used to the treatment on a psychological level and decided to induce amnesia so the procedure would regain it's effectiveness.

    Although making her lose her memory after every day proved unoptimal, as the stress and dread of the next upcoming event is more efficient to traumatise her than the actual event. This is why they induce amnesia every 4 days or so.

    And I am not sure it's rape. The page creator came out saying it's not the obvious answer, but worse. But I suspect he just wants to play with our mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cikomyr View Post
    And I am not sure it's rape. The page creator came out saying it's not the obvious answer, but worse. But I suspect he just wants to play with our mind.
    I reckon they're forcing her to listen to them read FATAL to her. In it's entirity.

    That'd even explain the need for sexual deviants to do it...! (Marginally less likely to go bonkers.)

    ...

    ...

    Actually, the more I think about that, the more horrible, horrible sense that makes.

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    And each time she listens its like she heard it for the first time.

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