History Heartwarming / SCPFoundation

3rd Jun '17 1:27:33 PM nombretomado
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* The [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/experiment-log-191 experiment log]] for SCP-191 has a doctor giving it a {{Wii}} game to play, only for her to accidentally snap it in half. By the time he comes back with another disc (after about two minutes), the game is up and running. When questioned, the SCP (who, by the way, is a mechanical girl who speaks through text boxes) says this:

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* The [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/experiment-log-191 experiment log]] for SCP-191 has a doctor giving it a {{Wii}} UsefulNotes/{{Wii}} game to play, only for her to accidentally snap it in half. By the time he comes back with another disc (after about two minutes), the game is up and running. When questioned, the SCP (who, by the way, is a mechanical girl who speaks through text boxes) says this:
1st Jun '17 7:32:17 PM Killerweinerdog
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** They even tried using him to kill 682, though Deeds admitted that even he can't do much else than distract or temporarily stop it. Rather than press him on the issue or force him to try anyways, the Foundation simply thanks him for his time and sends him on his way.
3rd Apr '17 10:26:53 AM Crocket_Lawnchair
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** SCP-507 wants to be a researcher for the foundation. Considering he's a test subject for an unfeeling organization, he must be treated very nicely. Too bad the whole "Teleporting to random parallel universes" thing would get in the way.
12th Mar '17 6:43:07 PM TrocyteV
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* [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-2031 SCP-2031]] doesn't seem like it would qualify for this trope at first, being a massive group of army ants that incapacitate mammals (including humans) before taking them over and mimicking them with impressive accuracy. However, it quickly becomes clear to the Foundation that the ants have a surprisingly good grasp of human emotion and personality, after monitoring an infested family's interactions with infested animals. When one of them gets vacated due to the original corpse giving in, the ants inside the humans are visibly shocked to see it gone (with the child constantly [[PleaseWakeUp prodding the corpse to get it to wake up]]), before the adults bury the corpse. Because of this, the Foundation is going to infest a Golden Retriever for the family as a pet, which somehow turns a textbook example of BodyHorror and possibly AndIMustScream into a PetTheDog moment.
2nd Mar '17 3:57:18 AM DoctorNemesis
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** "I will not hurt you. We like talking with you and we want you to live."
31st Jan '17 10:18:12 PM RetsofNoraa
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** Turns to TearJerker territory when you learn it has its limits. When presented with a subject suffering from a cerebral hemorrhage, it panics trying to find a way to fix it, then resorts to giving the subject a chocolate bar before hugging its leg and crying.
30th Jan '17 2:24:02 PM SorPepita
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** SCP-1810 itself is pretty heartwarming. An intelligent creature in a strange world who only wants to protect children in whatever way it can, despite not understanding humans very well, using books on childcare to try to learn. And it genuinely shows remorse over not being able to properly care for the children it takes in, as evidenced by the [[spoiler:corpses of children that it failed to take care of and the "unicorn" it made for one girl having the words "bad" and "wrong' carved into it in French, most likely because it died and wasn't a real unicorn]].
* [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-2091 SCP-2091]] are a young woman, Abigael Harlowe, and her clay statue of a grizzly bear that protects her fiercely when she is nearby and feels uncomfortable. Abigael claims that the clay bear is her deceased grandfather, an artist that died of an unmentioned illness when she was a child. The addenda (one of them containing part of a diary) and interview logs hints very much that the bear is indeed her grandfather as he was strongly opposed to give her into adoption and that an old friend of his was in contact with a group called "The Hand" that could arrange a method to avoid the adoption with some magic.

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** SCP-1810 itself is pretty heartwarming. An intelligent creature in a strange world who only wants to protect children in whatever way it can, despite not understanding humans very well, using books on childcare to try to learn. And it genuinely shows remorse over not being able to properly care for the children it takes in, as evidenced by the [[spoiler:corpses of children that it failed to take care of and the "unicorn" it made for one girl having the words "bad" and "wrong' "wrong" carved into it in French, most likely because it died and wasn't a real unicorn]].
* [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-2091 SCP-2091]] are a young woman, Abigael Harlowe, and her clay statue of a grizzly bear that protects her fiercely when she is nearby and feels uncomfortable. Abigael claims that the clay bear is her deceased grandfather, an artist that died of an unmentioned illness when she was a child. The addenda (one of them containing part of a diary) and interview logs hints hint very much that the bear is indeed her grandfather as he was strongly opposed to give her into adoption and that an old friend of his was in contact with a group called "The Hand" that could arrange a method to avoid the adoption with some magic.



** The final test, between a male D-class and a pink humanoid entity lasted for five hours, during which the two simply held hands, and apparently watched a "romantic comedy". The entity dematerialized soon, claiming to be extremely happy. It somehow resulted in the entity's [[BizarreAlienBiology pregnancy]];an object containing a much smaller entity resembling a human baby appeared later in what used to be the D-class's dorm ([[TearJerker the D-class got killed three weeks before the object arrived]]), with a note attached;

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** The final test, between a male D-class and a pink humanoid entity entity, lasted for five hours, during which the two simply held hands, hands and apparently watched a "romantic comedy". The entity dematerialized soon, claiming to be extremely happy. It somehow resulted in the entity's [[BizarreAlienBiology pregnancy]];an pregnancy]]; an object containing a much smaller entity resembling a human baby appeared later in what used to be the D-class's dorm ([[TearJerker the D-class got killed three weeks before the object arrived]]), with a note attached;
30th Jan '17 2:15:21 PM SorPepita
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* [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/incident-239-b-clef-kondraki Incident-239-B-Clef-Kondraki]] With no other options that would save her and maintain security the best he could, Dr. Gears put SCP-239 into a medically induced coma. As he did so, he whispered "Goodnight, and sweet dreams."

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* [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/incident-239-b-clef-kondraki Incident-239-B-Clef-Kondraki]] Incident-239-B-Clef-Kondraki]]. With no other options that would save her and maintain security the best he could, Dr. Gears put SCP-239 into a medically induced coma. As he did so, he whispered "Goodnight, and sweet dreams."



* [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-951 SCP-951]] is a very clever lighthearted twist on UrbanLegendOfZelda and video game related CreepyPasta stories. It details a strange phenomenon in a fictional UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis JRPG called "Pauper: Rise of the Monster King", where after accessing a glitch at a specific point in the game, the player is introduced to a glitched-out party-member character called LUCAS who sticks with the player for the rest of the play through. LUCAS is sentient, and views the player as a friend. By how LUCAS is described, he is clearly based on the "missingno." glitch in early GameBoy Pokémon games, except instead of being malicious and scary, he helps the player gain more power-ups and items faster, defeats enemies for you, makes it easier to transverse through the game world and gives support for you till you beat the game. Once you finish the game, the ending cutscene will be presented with text from LUCAS thanking you for spending time to play with him.

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* [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-951 SCP-951]] is a very clever lighthearted twist on UrbanLegendOfZelda and video game related CreepyPasta stories. It details a strange phenomenon in a fictional UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis JRPG called "Pauper: Rise of the Monster King", where after accessing a glitch at a specific point in the game, the player is introduced to a glitched-out party-member character called LUCAS who sticks with the player for the rest of the play through.playthrough. LUCAS is sentient, and views the player as a friend. By how LUCAS is described, he is clearly based on the "missingno." glitch in early GameBoy Pokémon games, except instead of being malicious and scary, he helps the player gain more power-ups and items faster, defeats enemies for you, makes it easier to transverse through the game world and gives support for you till you beat the game. Once you finish the game, the ending cutscene will be presented with text from LUCAS thanking you for spending time to play with him.



-->[[spoiler: Dr. Bloom: "…Yes, Harbinger. Well done."]]

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-->[[spoiler: Dr. Bloom: "…Yes, "… Yes, Harbinger. Well done."]]



* [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1348 SCP-1348]] The Keter classification and extensive containment procedures make it out to be something complicated and threatening, and, although that could be said to be true, there's a lot more to the article than that. [[spoiler: The addenda reveal a deep and emotionally evocative story about having (and losing, and regaining) faith, a CosmicHorrorStory about how [[HumansAreFlawed humanity's very existence was never meant to happen]] made by an entity who now [[HeroicSacrifice suffers so that it can keep other entities from]] correcting that mistake (as well as [[AwfulTruth keep the world from realizing these truths]]), and ends with a man pouring his heart out in a letter to the daughter he drove away, before seeking out God and the faith he renounced years ago, though the very ending of the article leans pretty heavily into TearJerker and OhCrap territory.]]

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* [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1348 SCP-1348]] SCP-1348]]. The Keter classification and extensive containment procedures make it out to be something complicated and threatening, and, although that could be said to be true, there's a lot more to the article than that. [[spoiler: The addenda reveal a deep and emotionally evocative story about having (and losing, and regaining) faith, a CosmicHorrorStory about how [[HumansAreFlawed humanity's very existence was never meant to happen]] made by an entity who now [[HeroicSacrifice suffers so that it can keep other entities from]] correcting that mistake (as well as [[AwfulTruth keep the world from realizing these truths]]), and ends with a man pouring his heart out in a letter to the daughter he drove away, before seeking out God and the faith he renounced years ago, though the very ending of the article leans pretty heavily into TearJerker and OhCrap territory.]]
30th Jan '17 2:05:15 PM SorPepita
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** Another one from this incident. 3 days beforehand, SCP-239 wrote in her diary that she "did a bad thing". What was the bad thing? Bringing a dead bird back to life because it's chicks were crying for their mother. Is it any wonder why [[SatanicArchetype Clef]] hates [[MessianicArchetype her]]?

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** Another one from this incident. 3 days beforehand, SCP-239 wrote in her diary that she "did a bad thing". What was the bad thing? Bringing a dead bird back to life because it's its chicks were crying for their mother. Is it any wonder why [[SatanicArchetype Clef]] hates [[MessianicArchetype her]]?
30th Jan '17 2:02:28 PM SorPepita
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* [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-085 SCP-085]], a sentient drawing of a young woman. The whole article is kind of sad, but the things the researchers do for her are [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/085-romance-adult wonderful]]. In a foundation filled with stuff literally hell-bent on destroying all humans, SCP-085 comes across as one of the most heartwarming objects.

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* [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-085 SCP-085]], a sentient drawing of a young woman. The whole article is kind of sad, but the things the researchers do for her are [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/085-romance-adult wonderful]]. In a foundation Foundation filled with stuff literally hell-bent on destroying all humans, SCP-085 comes across as one of the most heartwarming objects.



* [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-131 SCP-131]] is a pair of adorable creatures that are basically little, wheeled, one-eyed, teardrop-shaped pets. They have the intelligence of a domestic cat or puppy and are even affectionately called "Eye Pods" by staff and are, generally, adorable. The heartwarming comes when a group of staff get careless while cleaning 173's cell, and, before it can attack, the two of them rush in and stare at it (it should be noted that they don't blink), saving the mens' lives. The foundation even thinks about making them 173's wardens.

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* [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-131 SCP-131]] is a pair of adorable creatures that are basically little, wheeled, one-eyed, teardrop-shaped pets. They have the intelligence of a domestic cat or puppy and are even affectionately called "Eye Pods" by staff and are, generally, adorable. The heartwarming comes when a group of staff get careless while cleaning 173's cell, and, before it can attack, the two of them rush in and stare at it (it should be noted that they don't blink), saving the mens' lives. The foundation Foundation even thinks about making them 173's wardens.
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