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18th Jun '17 8:56:05 PM Kuruni
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** The implications are worse than that. It can AND WILL kill the lizard, and official only fought it once, which was in the test log. It only fought 682 once, but 682 killed it. Think about it. They have something that is specificqlly to kill him, and can, and will. AND 682 KILLED IT. It cannot even be killed by something ment to kill it and/or destroy it. This means that the Foundation is already screwed.
18th Jun '17 1:00:44 PM DrToaster
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** The implications are worse than that. It can AND WILL kill the lizard, and official only fought it once, which was in the test log. It only fought 682 once, but 682 killed it. Think about it. They have something that is specificqlly to kill him, and can, and will. AND 682 KILLED IT. It cannot even be killed by something ment to kill it and/or destroy it. This means that the Foundation is already screwed.
13th Jun '17 9:21:44 PM CJCroen1393
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* One of the victims of SCP-944 was a little boy who was tortured for days by a MonsterClown in the dimension he was trapped in. The clown in question was said to be "Zippo the Pyromaniac Clown", so it's obvious that burning was a part of the torture...but apparently, there was another part of the torture that warranted a "[DATA EXPUNGED]" mark. This implies that Zippo did something ''worse'' to the kid, and given that this is a Monster Clown we're talking about, there's a very strong possibility that what he did was something more...''[[RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil unthinkable]]''...

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* One of the victims of SCP-944 was a little boy who was tortured for days seven hours by a MonsterClown in the dimension he was trapped in. The clown in question was said to be "Zippo the Pyromaniac Clown", so it's obvious that burning was a part of the torture...but apparently, there was another part of the torture that warranted a "[DATA EXPUNGED]" mark. This implies that Zippo did something ''worse'' to the kid, and given that this is a Monster Clown we're talking about, there's a very strong possibility that what he did was something more...''[[RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil unthinkable]]''...
13th Jun '17 9:21:09 PM CJCroen1393
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* SCP-2006 may look like a typical Joke-SCP but think about it's motivations and what its capable of. It's motivated in causing fear unto people and is capable of changing into what it believes frightens mankind. Now what if it discovers what really frightens humanity? The fact that it cant be destroyed adds more reason to take this SCP seriously.

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* SCP-2006 may look like a typical Joke-SCP but think about it's motivations and what its capable of. It's motivated in causing fear unto people and is capable of changing into what it believes frightens mankind. Now what if it discovers what really frightens humanity? The fact that it cant be destroyed adds more reason to take this SCP seriously.seriously.
* One of the victims of SCP-944 was a little boy who was tortured for days by a MonsterClown in the dimension he was trapped in. The clown in question was said to be "Zippo the Pyromaniac Clown", so it's obvious that burning was a part of the torture...but apparently, there was another part of the torture that warranted a "[DATA EXPUNGED]" mark. This implies that Zippo did something ''worse'' to the kid, and given that this is a Monster Clown we're talking about, there's a very strong possibility that what he did was something more...''[[RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil unthinkable]]''...
16th May '17 3:14:54 PM valhallaerikson
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* SCP-2030 is an extremely disturbing hidden camera prank show called "Laugh is Fun.", among other titles. Each episode has a theme, and all of hem end up worse than they sound. Like how the episode about cephalopods involves a woman giving birth to octopi with celebrity faces who sing "Row, Row, Row your Boat." That's disturbing, but the fridge comes later. Whenever the host of the show appears, everyone is completely fine with whatever the fuck just happened. They even recognize him! This implies they've seen the show. Does watching "Laugh is Fun" make you a target for these terrifying pranks? Two final things: The show usually disguises itself as other shows, to trick people into watching, and all the guests were legally dead before the episode's airing, but their corpse is no longer in the grave. Nothing funny about that...

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* SCP-2030 is an extremely disturbing hidden camera prank show called "Laugh is Fun.", among other titles. Each episode has a theme, and all of hem end up worse than they sound. Like how the episode about cephalopods involves a woman giving birth to octopi with celebrity faces who sing "Row, Row, Row your Boat." That's disturbing, but the fridge comes later. Whenever the host of the show appears, everyone is completely fine with whatever the fuck just happened. They even recognize him! This implies they've seen the show. Does watching "Laugh is Fun" make you a target for these terrifying pranks? Two final things: The show usually disguises itself as other shows, to trick people into watching, and all the guests were legally dead before the episode's airing, but their corpse is no longer in the grave. Nothing funny about that...that...
* SCP-2006 may look like a typical Joke-SCP but think about it's motivations and what its capable of. It's motivated in causing fear unto people and is capable of changing into what it believes frightens mankind. Now what if it discovers what really frightens humanity? The fact that it cant be destroyed adds more reason to take this SCP seriously.
19th Apr '17 7:45:56 AM Kuruni
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* It's commonly reiterated that the only real canon there is in the Foundation-verse is that there is no real canon. This only makes so much sense after one realizes just how many reality-bending [=SCPs=] there are.
** Not to mention the alternative universes mentioned in many articles and the subject of a good number of [=SCPs=].

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* It's commonly reiterated that the only real canon there is in the Foundation-verse is that there is no real canon. This only makes so much sense after one realizes just how many reality-bending [=SCPs=] there are.
** Not to mention
are. Also the alternative universes mentioned in many articles and the subject of a good number of [=SCPs=].



* Why couldn't the "Generally Nice Monster" kill 682? It was only specified to be able to kill 682, but ''not'' that it was capable of outlasting it or surviving a fight with it.
** It still put up a damn good fight. The original 12-page short story became a 500+ page epic novel after SCP-682 was done with the Generally Nice Creature.
*** Also remember the people in going to the story can and do change the whatever the story in question is, mostly in just small ways, but that SCP has been shown not to be immutable.
** Another possible explanation exists: throughout the numerous termination attempts, there are a couple research notes indicating doubt that 682 fits the definition of a 'living' being. In a strict interpretation of the word 'kill,' well...can you actually kill something that's not alive in the first place?
** Actually it was stated that not only can it kill 682, but it ''will'' kill 682 if it ever gets near the damn thing.
** It was known as "The Generally Nice, Friendly Thing That Can And Will Kill SCP-682 Permanently if it So Much As '''Spots''' That Damn Lizard". 682 probably got rid of the friendly thing's eyes, thus it couldn't spot him any more and kill him permanently.
*** One might also argue that since 682 isn't an Earth life form, it can't be taxonomically classified by an Earthling-based system and therefore isn't actually a "lizard".

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* Why couldn't the "Generally Nice Monster" kill 682? 682?
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It was only specified to be able to kill 682, but ''not'' that it was capable of outlasting it or surviving a fight with it.
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it. It still put up a damn good fight. The original 12-page short story became a 500+ page epic novel after SCP-682 was done with the Generally Nice Creature.
*** Also remember the people in going to the story can and do change the whatever the story in question is, mostly in just small ways, but that SCP has been shown not to be immutable.
** Another possible explanation exists: throughout the numerous termination attempts, there are a couple research notes indicating doubt that 682 fits the definition of a 'living' being. In a strict interpretation of the word 'kill,' well...can you actually kill something that's not alive in the first place?
** Actually it was stated that not only can it kill 682, but it ''will'' kill 682 if it ever gets near the damn thing.
** It was known as "The Generally Nice, Friendly Thing That Can And Will Kill SCP-682 Permanently if it So Much As '''Spots''' That Damn Lizard". 682 probably got rid of the friendly thing's eyes, thus it couldn't spot him any more and kill him permanently.
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place? One might also argue that since 682 isn't an Earth life form, it can't be taxonomically classified by an Earthling-based system and therefore isn't actually a "lizard".



* One explanation for SCP-682's uncharacteristic friendliness toward SCP-053? It clued in to her secondary power of ''killing whoever attacks her'', and the easiest adaptation for that was to get along with her.

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* One explanation for SCP-682's uncharacteristic friendliness toward SCP-053? SCP-053?
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It clued in to her secondary power of ''killing whoever attacks her'', and the easiest adaptation for that was to get along with her.



** Yet another one: not only is 53 one of the few humans who did not try to destroy it, every other human wants to kill 53. That makes 53 the only human 682 can trust and relate to.
** Of course if everyone is constantly trying to kill SCP-682 that might mean that whatever wrongness SCP-053 is emitting is [[FridgeHorror also being emitted by SCP-682]].
*** Nope, they let an ordinary human child into its cell and while he screamed and cried he didn't try to kill it. What is possible is that the wrongness 053 emits to us is what we emit to 682.
** I mean, that is true, but 682 has stated that it HATES everyone. I agree with the reversal idea. Also, the kid also was just a kid, so he couldn't attack it, also, the kid was eaten. 682 may be hurt, but mostly because he started it by trying to kill everyone



19th Apr '17 4:55:14 AM DrToaster
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** I mean, that is true, but 682 has stated that it HATES everyone. I agree with the reversal idea. Also, the kid also was just a kid, so he couldn't attack it, also, the kid was eaten. 682 may be hurt, but mostly because he started it by trying to kill everyone
4th Apr '17 5:47:44 AM Crocket_Lawnchair
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* The entry for SCP-1357 details how Agent Fredricks had his daughter kidnapped by staff at the amusement park he was investigating. His daughter was then repeatedly manipulated by the staff into thinking her parents did not love her anymore in an attempt to make her stay before finally [[spoiler: brainwashing her into becoming an employee at the park.]] For all we know, this has happened before and for who knows how long before the Foundation set up measures to prevent people entering the park. [[spoiler: How many staff are also children who have been brainwashed?]]

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* The entry for SCP-1357 details how Agent Fredricks had his daughter kidnapped by staff at the amusement park he was investigating. His daughter was then repeatedly manipulated by the staff into thinking her parents did not love her anymore in an attempt to make her stay before finally [[spoiler: brainwashing her into becoming an employee at the park.]] For all we know, this has happened before and for who knows how long before the Foundation set up measures to prevent people entering the park. [[spoiler: How many staff are also children who have been brainwashed?]]brainwashed?]]
* SCP-2030 is an extremely disturbing hidden camera prank show called "Laugh is Fun.", among other titles. Each episode has a theme, and all of hem end up worse than they sound. Like how the episode about cephalopods involves a woman giving birth to octopi with celebrity faces who sing "Row, Row, Row your Boat." That's disturbing, but the fridge comes later. Whenever the host of the show appears, everyone is completely fine with whatever the fuck just happened. They even recognize him! This implies they've seen the show. Does watching "Laugh is Fun" make you a target for these terrifying pranks? Two final things: The show usually disguises itself as other shows, to trick people into watching, and all the guests were legally dead before the episode's airing, but their corpse is no longer in the grave. Nothing funny about that...
12th Mar '17 10:32:50 PM Averagemoe
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** The fact that they designed procedure 110-Montauk means that whatever it is, it's the '''most''' humane way to achieve the needed result, and it's ''still'' too horrible to be described.
27th Feb '17 12:39:12 PM hillo315
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*** Incompleteness, or more specifically, the inability to complete something, and the futility in attempting to. This is often represented in instances as some variant of a "trembling core" which is further described as something that is observable, but not reachable or touchable, and is cold, dark, and silent. There are recurring visual analogies of the light and substance attempting to reach the darkness, but failing miserably. Another similar theme is the inclusion of a hidden antagonist or anathema who is never revealed, but is somehow behind the events described in the plot. Yet another very much related idea is the inability to complete a work, story, or game. [[ShapedLikeItself And, in general, use of ideas like these is very symbolic of SCP-2747 itself.]]


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*** Incompleteness, or more specifically, the inability to complete something, and the futility in attempting to. This is often represented in instances as some variant of a "trembling core" which is further described as something that is observable, but not reachable or touchable, and is cold, dark, and silent. There are recurring visual analogies of the light and substance attempting to reach the darkness, but failing miserably. Another similar theme is the inclusion of a hidden antagonist or anathema who is never revealed, but is somehow behind the events described in the plot. Yet another very much related idea is the inability to complete a work, story, or game. [[ShapedLikeItself And, in general, use of ideas like these is very symbolic of SCP-2747 itself.]] [[spoiler:This is brilliant in and of itself, because the Foundation could hypothetically try to find the properties which would cause a narrative to be erased from existence, except they can't, because the narrative no longer exists. This makes any attempt to completely uncover the secrets of SCP-2747 futile. And that brings us all right back to this theme.]]

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