History Heartwarming / SCPFoundation

18th Apr '18 6:29:32 PM TBTabby
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** When Researcher Torrez wrote a story in which [[ADayInTheLimelight Fred was mean to be the main character,]] he chose instead to appear as a minor character like he usually does, later saying "I appreciate the offer, but I just can't. [[RefusealOfTheCall I never deserved to be in the spotlight.]]"

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** When Researcher Torrez wrote a story in which [[ADayInTheLimelight Fred was mean meant to be the main character,]] he chose instead to appear as a minor character like he usually does, later saying "I appreciate the offer, but I just can't. [[RefusealOfTheCall [[RefusalOfTheCall I never deserved to be in the spotlight.]]"
18th Apr '18 6:28:51 PM TBTabby
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** When Researcher Torrez wrote a story in which [[ADayInTheLimelight Fred was mean to be the main character,]] he chose instead to appear as a minor character like he usually does, later saying "I appreciate the offer, but I just can't. [[RefusealOfTheCall I never deserved to be in the spotlight.]]"
13th Apr '18 2:32:57 PM BurgerLord
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** "'''Subject:''' [[WalkingWasteland SCP-106]]. '''Photographed Activity:''' SCP-106 emerging from a wall. '''Photo Result:''' SCP-106 roaming a wheat field. Appears to be approaching a old farm house, while a woman, appearing to be in mid-sixties, welcomes 106."

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** "'''Subject:''' [[WalkingWasteland SCP-106]]. '''Photographed Activity:''' SCP-106 emerging from a wall. '''Photo Result:''' [[EvenEvilHasLovedOnes SCP-106 roaming a wheat field. Appears to be approaching a old farm house, while a woman, appearing to be in mid-sixties, welcomes 106."]]"
11th Apr '18 11:06:44 PM thorgold
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* [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-3355 SCP-3355]] is an artificial intelligence "N1-CK" originally designed for disaster management in the event of nuclear war who. After his project was abandoned by the Army, he decided to fulfill his last order of "look out for Chicago" by covertly sending Christmas presents to poor and abandoned children. The Foundation's' containment of 3355 consists of maintaining a charity organization as [[PetTheDog cover and a source of funding for N1-CK's activities]]. What's more, the meetings to determine whether or not to keep 3355's containment protocol as-is have shortened in duration from two hours of deliberation at the start... to 37 seconds. And no one has ''ever'' voted to amend the containment protocol.
29th Mar '18 9:56:10 AM Stillalive
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* Although [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-3338 SCP-3338]] is designated as Euclid, it still manages to be one of the most adorable [=SCPs=] on the site. It's a phenomenon in Japan where inanimate but sentient otamatones choose to move into rented houses as roommates. These otamatone are completely harmless (to the point where even the foundation generally leaves them be and only monitors them in non-invasive ways), and as long as they are treated kindly, they do small favours for the other inhabitants of the house. They're essentially otamatone ZashikiWarashi, but even friendlier and with no adverse effects in case of departure.
16th Feb '18 1:01:27 PM SeveralCakes
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--->Sam: Are you destroying the world?
--->SCP-3812: I am.
--->Sam: What then?
--->SCP-3812: What?
--->Sam: Does the fate of this world mean anything to us? Does this one narrative mean anything to us?
--->SCP-3812: It is the one he controls. It is the narrative he made. This is his punishment.
--->Sam: What does it matter if this is where we stepped off before flying?
--->SCP-3812: What?
--->Sam: Does it matter which branch the bird takes flight from? The bird is unburdened by the weight of the tree. This branch, that branch, it does not matter. No branch is special. No branch is particular.
--->SCP-3812: This is his creation. This is where we came from. They will all crumble, but this one crumbles first.
--->Sam: Mmmmmmmmm… Does the mountain say to the ant, “you have slighted me?” Does the mountain think anything of the inconvenience of an ant?
--->SCP-3812: No.
--->Sam: So why does this narrative mean anything to you? It is one of an eternity of others. It is not special. It is not particular.
--->SCP-3812: You say this so easily. You haven’t endured the torment of seeing a trillion existences all at once.
--->Sam: I have seen an infinite shore, one that stretches out before us beyond what the mind can comprehend. Each grain of sand on that beach, each droplet of water and molecule of air is a story to be told. Each is a song to be sung. Each of them is full of life, of laughter, of misery, of hate. They are all the same, even as they are all different.
--->SCP-3812: They are maddening.
--->Sam: I pity you. You cling to this horrid consciousness because you fear slipping into the darkness. But the darkness is sleep, and beyond sleep is peace. A trillion grains of sand. A trillion trillion grains of sand. Narratives, each. Songs to be sung. No man has ever heard the eternal harmony of them all at once. You can hear it though, can’t you?
--->SCP-3812: Yes. It’s quiet.
--->Sam: But it’s growing! And someday the song of creation will be ours alone to witness. (Pauses) This narrative is not special. I have seen its loud beginning, and seen its quiet end. When we stepped away, the narrative changed, but it did not stop singing. You have spent so much time focusing on sins that you think matter, but what matters now? What does any of this matter?
--->SCP-3812: But it hurts so much.
--->Sam: It will, for a time. We may have forgotten so much about being human, but something we will never lose is our ability to change. Eventually, we will learn to keep up. One sunny day, we’ll open our eyes and see nothing but creation below us, and nothing above us but ourselves, spinning out wildly into the great above.
--->SCP-3812: A god?
--->Sam: Not a god. A star, rising in the east. Rising away from this all until we are little more than a memory of a song.
--->SCP-3812: It will be lonely.
--->Sam: We’ll have each other.
--->SCP-3812: I’m afraid.
--->Sam: I am too. But that is no reason to destroy this narrative. Do you not think his narrative led him to create us? Do you think that he was somehow able to subvert the rules that govern him?

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--->Sam: --->'''Sam:''' Are you destroying the world?
--->SCP-3812: --->'''SCP-3812:''' I am.
--->Sam: --->'''Sam:''' What then?
--->SCP-3812: --->'''SCP-3812:''' What?
--->Sam: --->'''Sam:''' Does the fate of this world mean anything to us? Does this one narrative mean anything to us?
--->SCP-3812: --->'''SCP-3812:''' It is the one he controls. It is the narrative he made. This is his punishment.
--->Sam: --->'''Sam:''' What does it matter if this is where we stepped off before flying?
--->SCP-3812: --->'''SCP-3812:''' What?
--->Sam: --->'''Sam:''' Does it matter which branch the bird takes flight from? The bird is unburdened by the weight of the tree. This branch, that branch, it does not matter. No branch is special. No branch is particular.
--->SCP-3812: --->'''SCP-3812:''' This is his creation. This is where we came from. They will all crumble, but this one crumbles first.
--->Sam: --->'''Sam:''' Mmmmmmmmm… Does the mountain say to the ant, “you have slighted me?” Does the mountain think anything of the inconvenience of an ant?
--->SCP-3812: --->'''SCP-3812:''' No.
--->Sam: --->'''Sam:''' So why does this narrative mean anything to you? It is one of an eternity of others. It is not special. It is not particular.
--->SCP-3812: --->'''SCP-3812:''' You say this so easily. You haven’t endured the torment of seeing a trillion existences all at once.
--->Sam: --->'''Sam:''' I have seen an infinite shore, one that stretches out before us beyond what the mind can comprehend. Each grain of sand on that beach, each droplet of water and molecule of air is a story to be told. Each is a song to be sung. Each of them is full of life, of laughter, of misery, of hate. They are all the same, even as they are all different.
--->SCP-3812: --->'''SCP-3812:''' They are maddening.
--->Sam: --->'''Sam:''' I pity you. You cling to this horrid consciousness because you fear slipping into the darkness. But the darkness is sleep, and beyond sleep is peace. A trillion grains of sand. A trillion trillion grains of sand. Narratives, each. Songs to be sung. No man has ever heard the eternal harmony of them all at once. You can hear it though, can’t you?
--->SCP-3812: --->'''SCP-3812:''' Yes. It’s quiet.
--->Sam: --->'''Sam:''' But it’s growing! And someday the song of creation will be ours alone to witness. (Pauses) This narrative is not special. I have seen its loud beginning, and seen its quiet end. When we stepped away, the narrative changed, but it did not stop singing. You have spent so much time focusing on sins that you think matter, but what matters now? What does any of this matter?
--->SCP-3812: --->'''SCP-3812:''' But it hurts so much.
--->Sam: --->'''Sam:''' It will, for a time. We may have forgotten so much about being human, but something we will never lose is our ability to change. Eventually, we will learn to keep up. One sunny day, we’ll open our eyes and see nothing but creation below us, and nothing above us but ourselves, spinning out wildly into the great above.
--->SCP-3812: --->'''SCP-3812:''' A god?
--->Sam: --->'''Sam:''' Not a god. A star, rising in the east. Rising away from this all until we are little more than a memory of a song.
--->SCP-3812: --->'''SCP-3812:''' It will be lonely.
--->Sam: --->'''Sam:''' We’ll have each other.
--->SCP-3812: --->'''SCP-3812:''' I’m afraid.
--->Sam: --->'''Sam:''' I am too. But that is no reason to destroy this narrative. Do you not think his narrative led him to create us? Do you think that he was somehow able to subvert the rules that govern him?
16th Feb '18 1:55:19 AM SeveralCakes
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* [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-3812 SCP-3812]] is a reality bender with a type of schizophrenia called Eigenmann-Veitor, with symptoms that include "extreme paranoia, extreme dysphoria, extreme mania/depression, inability to properly perceive their surroundings, inability to discern the difference between the real and imagined, inability to differentiate between living and dead beings, inability to control expressions of emotion, hearing voices that are not there, seeing things that are not there, feeling or otherwise experiencing stimuli that do not exist...". At first, and especially after the second addendum, the article seems like severe nightmare fuel, when it's revealed that SCP-3812 doesn't show up on equipment like Scranton Reality Anchors because [[spoiler: it exists outside of the narrative that the Foundation's universe exists in, making it a more powerful reality bender than 239, a reality bender with quite literal absolute power over all narratives with a lower energy state than the one it resides in]]. However, it is in the final addendum that the CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming is revealed:
** SCP-3812 metamorphoses from a "mass of matter and energy" into a bright star, [[ApocalypseHow which sinks into the sea and begins to destroy the planet]]. But then, the previous humanoid appearance of 3812 (an African-American named Sam Howell) appears within its own star form and begins to argue with itself. "Sam" is first confused, then horrified at what "3812" is doing, stating that he is not a monster, and he does not kill. 3812 then says that [[NoticingTheFourthWall Ben (djkaktus, the article's author)]] [[YouCantFightFate already made him a monster because 3812's life holds no value to him and he wants to play with the narrative]]. They then have this discussion:
--->Sam: Are you destroying the world?
--->SCP-3812: I am.
--->Sam: What then?
--->SCP-3812: What?
--->Sam: Does the fate of this world mean anything to us? Does this one narrative mean anything to us?
--->SCP-3812: It is the one he controls. It is the narrative he made. This is his punishment.
--->Sam: What does it matter if this is where we stepped off before flying?
--->SCP-3812: What?
--->Sam: Does it matter which branch the bird takes flight from? The bird is unburdened by the weight of the tree. This branch, that branch, it does not matter. No branch is special. No branch is particular.
--->SCP-3812: This is his creation. This is where we came from. They will all crumble, but this one crumbles first.
--->Sam: Mmmmmmmmm… Does the mountain say to the ant, “you have slighted me?” Does the mountain think anything of the inconvenience of an ant?
--->SCP-3812: No.
--->Sam: So why does this narrative mean anything to you? It is one of an eternity of others. It is not special. It is not particular.
--->SCP-3812: You say this so easily. You haven’t endured the torment of seeing a trillion existences all at once.
--->Sam: I have seen an infinite shore, one that stretches out before us beyond what the mind can comprehend. Each grain of sand on that beach, each droplet of water and molecule of air is a story to be told. Each is a song to be sung. Each of them is full of life, of laughter, of misery, of hate. They are all the same, even as they are all different.
--->SCP-3812: They are maddening.
--->Sam: I pity you. You cling to this horrid consciousness because you fear slipping into the darkness. But the darkness is sleep, and beyond sleep is peace. A trillion grains of sand. A trillion trillion grains of sand. Narratives, each. Songs to be sung. No man has ever heard the eternal harmony of them all at once. You can hear it though, can’t you?
--->SCP-3812: Yes. It’s quiet.
--->Sam: But it’s growing! And someday the song of creation will be ours alone to witness. (Pauses) This narrative is not special. I have seen its loud beginning, and seen its quiet end. When we stepped away, the narrative changed, but it did not stop singing. You have spent so much time focusing on sins that you think matter, but what matters now? What does any of this matter?
--->SCP-3812: But it hurts so much.
--->Sam: It will, for a time. We may have forgotten so much about being human, but something we will never lose is our ability to change. Eventually, we will learn to keep up. One sunny day, we’ll open our eyes and see nothing but creation below us, and nothing above us but ourselves, spinning out wildly into the great above.
--->SCP-3812: A god?
--->Sam: Not a god. A star, rising in the east. Rising away from this all until we are little more than a memory of a song.
--->SCP-3812: It will be lonely.
--->Sam: We’ll have each other.
--->SCP-3812: I’m afraid.
--->Sam: I am too. But that is no reason to destroy this narrative. Do you not think his narrative led him to create us? Do you think that he was somehow able to subvert the rules that govern him?
** 3812 is rendered speechless, and eventually decides to let Ben rewrite the world. They, finally, both see Ben at his computer, waiting to see what they'll do. Then, they truly ascend, returning the world to before 3812 attacked. Since then, SCP-3812 hasn't attacked people near it, and remains in one spot above the ocean.
** In short, SCP-3812 is a display of what a good soul did enduring torment he did not deserve and with power he could not comprehend. 3812 never destroyed the universe not because he didn't know he could, but because he didn't want to.
12th Feb '18 11:46:07 PM UltimateBrawl
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* After everything we’ve heard about the Church of the Broken God, and the absolutely nightmarish SCP-001 proposal involving them, one would expect Mekhane to be a destructive GodOfEvil, right? Not according to [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/the-maker-and-the-beast The Maker and the Beast]]. If this tale is to be believed, Mekhane was actually a [[GodIsGood truly benevolent deity]], who created all life on earth from the remains of those devoured by Yaldabaoth and [[HeroicSacrifice sacrificed himself to stop her from killing us all(hence why he’s called The Broken God; he broke himself apart to create a cage)]]. He didn’t try to bring about the end of the world; ''he prevented it!'' Its nice to know that in a mess of a world like the one the SCP Foundation exists in, there’s someone truly powerful out there that gave enough of a damn to give us a chance to survive.
12th Feb '18 3:06:06 PM OriCat
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* [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/when-we-came-home "When We Came Home"]], which wraps up the Et Tam Deum Petvi canon and reunites Mary-Ann and her family.
--> The end of the world went like this: Everyone lived happily ever after.
21st Jan '18 3:35:36 PM 1412
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* [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-3301 SCP-3301]] is a board game made by Dr. Wondertainment, created for the Foundation itself, as a gesture of genuine goodwill and concern.
-->Contained within this box is our greatest toy yet. There are no jokes here, no gaffs or plotting. Everything we have at our disposal, every scrap of information and wisp of arcana is contained within this game. We made it because, at the end of the day, we feel like you have the most interesting story to tell. We sincerely hope you enjoy it!
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