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    Also go read the Lombardi tales sometime. They are seriously good.
    Hey, thanks. Just noticed this thread in a vanity search for SCP Foundation and Lombardi.
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    So, can anyone name some SCPs that have lots of material written for them? Much like the vending machine and the others already listed in the thread, as well as 682 and 914(I think it's 914). Anything with huge experiment logs and what not, I love SCPs like those, gives me good reading on the same thing for a little while. Short ones are fine and all, but I really like to see how creative people can get with massive test logs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Starwulf View Post
    So, can anyone name some SCPs that have lots of material written for them? Much like the vending machine and the others already listed in the thread, as well as 682 and 914(I think it's 914). Anything with huge experiment logs and what not, I love SCPs like those, gives me good reading on the same thing for a little while. Short ones are fine and all, but I really like to see how creative people can get with massive test logs.
    50 has a long experiment log as well. 93 has a decent amount of stuff though that's not really what you are looking for I think.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Mann View Post
    Hey, thanks. Just noticed this thread in a vanity search for SCP Foundation and Lombardi.
    Oh hey, that was you? Great work man, that's some of the more entertaining stuff I've seen on the internet.
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    Interesting...I googled "SCP Foundation" (since I don't have the URL in history on this computer) and scpfoundation.org is a site too. Whois says it was registered in 2009, and it clearly hasn't had much development going on.

    There's also a tumblr which is made with fiendishly difficult to read monospaced gray-on-gray text. I wonder if that makes it more secure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Astrella View Post
    50 has a long experiment log as well. 93 has a decent amount of stuff though that's not really what you are looking for I think.
    Actually, 93 was great ^^ Absolutely loved it, quite interesting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Starwulf View Post
    So, can anyone name some SCPs that have lots of material written for them? Much like the vending machine and the others already listed in the thread, as well as 682 and 914(I think it's 914). Anything with huge experiment logs and what not, I love SCPs like those, gives me good reading on the same thing for a little while. Short ones are fine and all, but I really like to see how creative people can get with massive test logs.
    SCP-423 has an experiment log, though not as huge as that. SCP-026 has a fair amount of added material as well.
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    And sometimes I just want to make toast. It's why I exist, but no one ever does.
    Uh-oh. Sounds like you may have spent too much time with me.
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    Just discovered it today, really liking some of the stories. My favourites are the ones with a slight political bent or involves time travel, like 1981 or the town that is forever stuck in the 1920s.
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    I think it's time we blow this scene, get everybody and their stuff together...okay, three, two, one, LET'S JAM!

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