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* PurposeDrivenImmortality: [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-3814 SCP-3814]] is an anomalous game of Tag that compels you to pass on the tag. It is even able to keep dying "It" people alive until they tag someone.

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** According to [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/code-name-the-truth CODE NAME: The Truth]], [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-184 SCP-184]] is responsible for [[spoiler: the ''expansion of the universe.'' Beyond GN-Z11, there's nothing but defective copies of the Milky Way being repeated over and over.]]


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'''Narration:''' ''Despite the male's calm facade, his lust for his female companion is extraordinary. The degree to which his obsession reaches has become nearly unhealthy, dominating his thoughts at every turn. Wild fantasies course through his mind when he watches her when she doesn't notice.''\\

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'''Narration:''' ''Despite the male's calm facade, [[MySensorsIndicateYouWantToTapThat his lust for his female companion is extraordinary.extraordinary]]. The degree to which his obsession reaches has become nearly unhealthy, dominating his thoughts at every turn. Wild fantasies course through his mind when he watches her when she doesn't notice.''\\



** One short story posits that instead of drugs, Class A Amnestics are good old-fashioned [[ParanoiaFuel psychological torture and brainwashing]].
** Scp-3000 explains the existence of Amnestics by [[spoiler: introducing a giant sea serpent that excretes it after a human sacrifice ]]

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** One short story posits that instead of drugs, Class A Amnestics are good old-fashioned [[ParanoiaFuel [[TwoPlusTortureEqualsFive psychological torture and brainwashing]].
** Scp-3000 SCP-3000 explains the existence of Amnestics by [[spoiler: introducing [[spoiler:introducing a giant sea serpent that excretes it after a human sacrifice ]] sacrifice]].



* NextSundayAD: A few Series 3 [=SCPs=] start in dates after their initial publication, such as 2015 ([[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-2716 SCP-2716]]), 2016 ([[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-2242 SCP-2242]]), 2017 ([[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-2703 SCP-2703]]), 2018 ([[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-2570 SCP-2570]]) and 2019 ([[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-2217 SCP-2217]]). It probably works better than Series 2 [[UnintentionalPeriodPiece dating articles with predictions]] such as [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1032 SCP-1032]]'s Euclid revision set for January 2015 or [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1023 SCP-1023]] having the CaliforniaCollapse in 2016. [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-2998 SCP-2998]] plays with it - it starts in the same 2013 it was written, [[spoiler:then the aliens invade in 2017, and ultimately a ResetButton is pressed and time goes back to 2013 again.]]

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* NextSundayAD: A few Series 3 [=SCPs=] start in dates after their initial publication, such as 2015 ([[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-2716 SCP-2716]]), 2016 ([[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-2242 SCP-2242]]), 2017 ([[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-2703 SCP-2703]]), 2018 ([[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-2570 SCP-2570]]) and 2019 ([[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-2217 SCP-2217]]). It probably works better than Series 2 [[UnintentionalPeriodPiece dating articles with predictions]] such as [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1032 SCP-1032]]'s Euclid revision set for January 2015 or [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1023 SCP-1023]] having the CaliforniaCollapse in 2016. [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-2998 SCP-2998]] plays with it - it starts in the same 2013 it was written, [[spoiler:then the aliens invade in 2017, and ultimately a ResetButton is pressed and time goes back to 2013 again.]] again]].



* NightmareFuelStationAttendant: [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-2980 SCP-2980]], a BigRedDevil that switched from terrorizing cultists to writing children's books. He likes reading his stories to anyone around his "nightlight" at 8:30 PM and the only effects these stories have is they sometimes give the listener a refreshing sleep [[spoiler: and create new creatures to bedevil the Foundation like [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-2845 THE DEER]] (AKA "Damnbi") and [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1435 Grog the cave monster]] ]].

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* NightmareFuelStationAttendant: [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-2980 SCP-2980]], a BigRedDevil that switched from terrorizing cultists to writing children's books. He likes reading his stories to anyone around his "nightlight" at 8:30 PM and the only effects these stories have is they sometimes give the listener a refreshing sleep [[spoiler: and [[spoiler:and create new creatures to bedevil the Foundation like [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-2845 THE DEER]] (AKA "Damnbi") and [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1435 Grog the cave monster]] ]].monster]]]].



** Junior Researcher James, who's implied to be Dr. Bright's son. Two of his SCP's , [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-789-j SCP-789-J]] and [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-078-j SCP-078-J]], which are funny if not childish. Then we have [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-682-j SCP-682-J]], which are his drawings of SCP-682 and his versions of its description. One of the picture is SCP-682 eating a researcher.

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** Junior Researcher James, who's implied to be Dr. Bright's son. Two of his SCP's , [=SCPs=], [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-789-j SCP-789-J]] and [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-078-j SCP-078-J]], which are funny if not childish. Then we have [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-682-j SCP-682-J]], which are his drawings of SCP-682 and his versions of its description. One of the picture is SCP-682 eating a researcher.



* NightmarishFactory: [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-001-o5 SCP-001:05]]. A factory built by a wizard that used BloodMagic and SoulPower to manufacture OrganicTechnology from the slaves bred in the factory's basement. The founder [[spoiler: accidentally made [[DealWithTheDevil a Pact with the entity running it]], and every so often a researcher disappears... This might be why the Foundation is so quick to send D-Class personnel to their deaths. If it can gorge on RedShirts, it'll leave the more valuable people alone.]]
* NinetyPercentOfYourBrain: [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1475 SCP-1475]] took a drug that allowed him to use 100% of his brain, giving him complete and total control over his body. [[spoiler:Unfortunately this also means that he now must manually do everything his body ''used'' to do automatically, like pumping blood through his veins or digesting food. [[BlessedWithSuck This takes so much of his concentration that it has left him bedridden and unable to walk around]] because he can't move his muscles ''and'' keep up the formerly automated stuff at the same time. The author wrote this SCP specifically because they hated the "__% of your brain" trope.]]

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* NightmarishFactory: [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-001-o5 SCP-001:05]]. A factory built by a wizard that used BloodMagic and SoulPower to manufacture OrganicTechnology from the slaves bred in the factory's basement. The founder [[spoiler: accidentally [[spoiler:accidentally made [[DealWithTheDevil a Pact with the entity running it]], and every so often a researcher disappears... This might be why the Foundation is so quick to send D-Class personnel to their deaths. If it can gorge on RedShirts, it'll leave the more valuable people alone.]]
alone]].
* NinetyPercentOfYourBrain: [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1475 SCP-1475]] took a drug that allowed him to use 100% of his brain, giving him complete and total control over his body. [[spoiler:Unfortunately [[spoiler:Unfortunately, this also means that he now must manually do everything his body ''used'' to do automatically, like pumping blood through his veins or digesting food. [[BlessedWithSuck This takes so much of his concentration that it has left him bedridden and unable to walk around]] because he can't move his muscles ''and'' keep up the formerly automated stuff at the same time. The author wrote this SCP specifically because they hated the "__% of your brain" trope.]]



* NoNameGiven: The O5. Most of the time, even their identification numbers are blanked out. Often, researchers have their blanked out. D-Class, being expendable, don't have names, just numerical designations.
** Averted with O5-12, the father of SCP-321, whose first name is Adam in a nod to the long tradition of meaningful names and nods towards Literature/TheBible in the Foundation[[note]]Assume that [=O5s=] are still normal humans, Adam was in the Federation since 18██, then the current O5-12 play this trope straight[[/note]].
* NoFourthWall: [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/sandrewswann-s-proposal Andrew Swann's Proposal for SCP-001]] takes a sledgehammer to the fourth wall, when it reveals that [[spoiler:the Foundation found out they're a bunch of editable horror stories.]]
** If S. Andrew Swann's proposal is a sledgehammer, then [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/operation-overmeta Operation Óvermeta]] and the related [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-3500 SCP-3500]] is a wrecking ball. Continuing from the ending of the former, [[spoiler: the Foundation decides to take advantage of the fact that they're fiction, exploiting the actual site's mechanics and integrating otherwise-non-canon site functions like the Grand Crosslinking into the story. This ultimately [[NiceJobBreakingItHero bites them in the ass]] when their endgame, to establish a unified canon, heavily destabilizes reality and sends it crashing down on unfortunate AuthorAvatar researchers.]]

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* NoNameGiven: The O5. Most of the time, even their identification numbers are blanked out. Often, researchers have their names blanked out. D-Class, being expendable, don't have names, just numerical designations.
** Averted with O5-12, the father of SCP-321, whose first name is Adam in a nod to the long tradition of meaningful names and nods towards Literature/TheBible in the Foundation[[note]]Assume Foundation[[note]]Assuming that [=O5s=] are still normal humans, Adam was in the Federation since 18██, then the current O5-12 play this trope straight[[/note]].
* NoFourthWall: [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/sandrewswann-s-proposal Andrew Swann's Proposal for SCP-001]] takes a sledgehammer to the fourth wall, when it reveals that [[spoiler:the Foundation found out they're a bunch of editable horror stories.]]
stories]].
** If S. Andrew Swann's proposal is a sledgehammer, then [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/operation-overmeta Operation Óvermeta]] and the related [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-3500 SCP-3500]] is a wrecking ball. Continuing from the ending of the former, [[spoiler: the [[spoiler:the Foundation decides to take advantage of the fact that they're fiction, exploiting the actual site's mechanics and integrating otherwise-non-canon site functions like the Grand Crosslinking into the story. This ultimately [[NiceJobBreakingItHero bites them in the ass]] when their endgame, to establish a unified canon, heavily destabilizes reality and sends it crashing down on unfortunate AuthorAvatar researchers.]]researchers]].



* NonMaliciousMonster: A number of SCPs are essentially just predatory organisms with anomalous traits.
* NoodleImplements: Some of the SCP objects become this, when SCP numbers are listed in incident reports or other articles; occasionally the SCP with that designation will appear completely irrelevant to the context in which it was referenced.
** That's often due to the original SCP being removed, and a new one filed under that number.
** Speculation on what Procedure 110-Montauk is at times gets comparable to TheAristocrats - a FAQ had a bunch of [DATA REDACTED]s interspersed with mentions of an elephant, a bed of live cobras, Barbara Streisand's Greatest Hits, something that is over seventeen feet long, a staple remover, a feather boa that absolutely ''must'' be black (and not dark blue), and "plutonium splitting the atom."

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* NonMaliciousMonster: A number of SCPs [=SCPs=] are essentially just predatory organisms with anomalous traits.
* NoodleImplements: Some of the SCP objects become this, when SCP numbers are listed in incident reports or other articles; occasionally occasionally, the SCP with that designation will appear completely irrelevant to the context in which it was referenced.
** That's
referenced. [[note]]This is often due to the original SCP being removed, and a new one filed under that number.
** Speculation on what Procedure 110-Montauk is at times gets comparable to TheAristocrats - a FAQ had a bunch of [DATA REDACTED]s interspersed with mentions of an elephant, a bed of live cobras, Barbara Streisand's Greatest Hits, something that is over seventeen feet long, a staple remover, a feather boa that absolutely ''must'' be black (and not dark blue), and "plutonium splitting the atom."
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** [[invoked]]SCP-231 is essentially a NoodleIncident played for {{Squick}} and horror rather than laughs. Whatever you think the notorious "Procedure 110-Montauk" is, it's much, MUCH worse... [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uwe_Boll and even then, it's much worse than that]].
** The uncensored reports of [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-835 SCP-835]] demonstrate exactly what could be behind every NoodleIncident, and why you really don't want to know.
*** On the other hand, it can also be seen as how a [DATA EXPUNGED] can be important for an article, as some people found the uncensored 835 reports to be quite disappointing.

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** [[invoked]]SCP-231 is essentially a NoodleIncident played for {{Squick}} and horror [[NothingIsScarier horror]] rather than laughs. Whatever you think the notorious "Procedure 110-Montauk" is, it's much, MUCH worse... [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uwe_Boll and even then, it's much worse than that]].
*** Speculation on what Procedure 110-Montauk is at times gets comparable to TheAristocrats a FAQ had a bunch of [DATA REDACTED]s interspersed with mentions of an elephant, a bed of live cobras, Barbara Streisand's Greatest Hits, something that is over seventeen feet long, a staple remover, a feather boa that absolutely ''must'' be black (and not dark blue), and "plutonium splitting the atom." [[note]]Of course, TheAristocrats is only "[[BlackComedy funny]]" if you're not [[ColdBloodedTorture on the literal]] [[NightmareFuel ass end of it...]][[/note]]
** The uncensored reports of [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-835 SCP-835]] demonstrate exactly what could be behind every NoodleIncident, and why [[YouDoNotWantToKnow you really don't want to know.
know]].
*** On the other hand, it can also be seen as how a [[NothingIsScarier [DATA EXPUNGED] EXPUNGED]]] can be important for an article, as some people found the uncensored 835 reports to be [[AntiClimax quite disappointing.disappointing]].



** [[spoiler: According to [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-963 SCP-963]] and its implications, "[[BrainUploading just one guy]]" isn't an accurate term.]]
** The first thumbnail in SCP-1231 is redacted, [[spoiler: which is odd, considering that whatever you think the thumbnail contains is then created as a new thumbnail, and that the thousands of other thumbnails all derived from the first perception of the original]].

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** [[spoiler: According [[spoiler:According to [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-963 SCP-963]] and its implications, "[[BrainUploading just one guy]]" isn't an accurate term.]]
** The first thumbnail in SCP-1231 is redacted, [[spoiler: which [[spoiler:which is odd, considering that whatever you think the thumbnail contains is then created as a new thumbnail, and that the thousands of other thumbnails all derived from the first perception of the original]].



** This trope is directly invoked in one of the experiments with [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1459 SCP-1459]]. The researcher asks the machine to kill an instance of SCP-1459-1 using the word ''Noodles'' as a sort of creative prompt. A curtain then goes down, various sounds are heard and when the curtain rises again, the instance of SCP-1459-1 is dead, clearly under bizarre circumstances. It is noted in the end of the log that [[ComicallyMissingThePoint nothing related to noodles ever happened]].

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** This trope is directly invoked in one of the experiments with [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1459 SCP-1459]]. The researcher asks the machine to kill an instance of SCP-1459-1 using the word ''Noodles'' as a sort of creative prompt. A curtain then goes down, various sounds are heard heard, and when the curtain rises again, the instance of SCP-1459-1 is dead, clearly under bizarre circumstances. It is noted in the end of the log that [[ComicallyMissingThePoint nothing related to noodles ever happened]].



* NotUsingTheZWord: It's very obvious that [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-008 SCP-008]] is a zombie virus but the article never refers to it as such.

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* NotUsingTheZWord: It's very obvious that [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-008 SCP-008]] is a zombie virus virus, but the article never refers to it as such.



** [=SCPs=] [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-055 SCP-055]] is a good example of this.

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** [=SCPs=] [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-055 SCP-055]] is a good example of this.



** [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-231 SCP-231]]. All we know is that it's a female forced to undergo a process known as "Project 110-Montauk" every day to prevent TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt. This process is so terrible that it's made some personnel kill themselves, and take amnesiacs just to forget they were ever a part of it. What is this process? We'll never know. And yet, it's frequently cited as one of the most horrifying entries on the entire wiki.
** [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-579 SCP-579]]. What is it? '''We don't know.''' Whatever it is, the SCP Administration felt it was so dangerous that even the description of it is gone. They even killed all the people working on it, save 7 agents that act as advisers in case it ever gets loose. It's so bad that it's currently stored in an alternate universe -- after having destroyed at least 4 other containment sites, with a very specific containment procedure, and if it ever fails, even for a minute, policy is to ''destroy the alternate universe'' to contain it. And if that fails?
--> ''[[DespairEventHorizon In the event of an unsuccessful Action 10-Israfil-B, no further action will be necessary]].'' [DATA EXPUNGED]

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** [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-231 SCP-231]]. All we know is that it's a female forced to undergo a process known as "Project 110-Montauk" every day to prevent TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt. This process is so terrible that it's made some personnel kill themselves, and or take amnesiacs just to forget they were ever a part of it. What is this process? We'll never know. And yet, it's frequently cited as one of the most horrifying entries on the entire wiki.
** [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-579 SCP-579]]. What is it? '''We don't know.''' Whatever it is, the SCP Administration felt it was so dangerous that even the description of it is gone. They even killed all the people working on it, save 7 agents that act as advisers in case it ever gets loose. It's so bad that it's currently stored in an alternate universe -- after having destroyed at least 4 other containment sites, with a very specific containment procedure, and if it ever fails, even for a minute, policy is to ''destroy the alternate universe'' to contain it. And if that fails?
--> ''[[DespairEventHorizon In the event of an unsuccessful Action 10-Israfil-B, no further action will be necessary]].'' necessary.]]'' [DATA EXPUNGED]



* TheNudifier: The intended use of [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1755 SCP-1755]] by its creators, until the Foundation contained it and discovered that [[spoiler:the worms are bringing the cotton plant close to extinction and [[GoneHorriblyRight might cause a collapse in the textile industry.]]]]

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* TheNudifier: The intended use of [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1755 SCP-1755]] by its creators, until the Foundation contained it and discovered that [[spoiler:the worms are bringing the cotton plant close to extinction and [[GoneHorriblyRight might cause a collapse in the textile industry.]]]]industry]]]].



** In [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/interview-507-g interview 507G]], Said by [[spoiler: an alternate version of]] SCP-507 after he realizes what's going to happen to him.

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** In [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/interview-507-g interview 507G]], Said by [[spoiler: an [[spoiler:an alternate version of]] SCP-507 after he realizes what's going to happen to him.



* OldShame: [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1851-ex SCP-1851-EX]] is an in-universe example. Before the Civil War, thee Foundation's D-classes were composed of slaves who escaped their masters; the "D" referred to "Drapetomania," a "mental illness" that caused slaves to have an "unnatural" lack of submission and obsess over fleeing captivity. When it's suggested they destroy all evidence of this embarrassing fact, the Foundation insists on keeping the information on file specifically ''because'' it's an embarrassing fact.

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* OldShame: [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1851-ex SCP-1851-EX]] is an in-universe example. Before the Civil War, thee the Foundation's D-classes were composed of slaves who escaped their masters; the "D" referred to "Drapetomania," a "mental illness" that caused slaves to have an "unnatural" lack of submission and obsess over fleeing captivity. When it's suggested they destroy all evidence of this embarrassing fact, the Foundation insists on keeping the information on file specifically ''because'' it's an embarrassing fact.



* OmniscientMoralityLicense: A lot of these researchers are ''worse'' than Class-D personnel (Who are "recruited" from prison.) Some [[HoistByTheirOwnPetard get demoted to Class D]].

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* OmniscientMoralityLicense: A lot of these researchers are ''worse'' than Class-D personnel (Who (who are "recruited" "[[BoxedCrook recruited]]" from prison.) prison). Some [[HoistByTheirOwnPetard get demoted to Class D]].



** [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-2108 SCP-2108]] has a lot of the same themes as SCP-2814 and it's related [=SCPs=] [[spoiler: being a small sun, the number 108, attraction to crows, transformation abilities]] but there's no connection according to word of god (who hadn't read the other SCP[=s=]); besides [[spoiler: it isn't even from the same universe]].
** [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-2953 SCP-2953]] is a boulder (actually the corpse of a powerful ''[[FantasticFoxes kitsune]]'') that can turn humans into foxes, and during World War 2 Japan's anomalous research unit used fragments to make 108 bullets for propaganda purposes in China:

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** [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-2108 SCP-2108]] has a lot of the same themes as SCP-2814 and it's its related [=SCPs=] [[spoiler: being [[spoiler:being a small sun, the number 108, attraction to crows, transformation abilities]] abilities]], but there's no connection according to word of god WordOfGod (who hadn't read the other SCP[=s=]); besides [[spoiler: it besides, [[spoiler:it isn't even from the same universe]].
** [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-2953 SCP-2953]] is a boulder (actually the corpse of a powerful ''[[FantasticFoxes kitsune]]'') that can turn humans into foxes, and during World War 2 2, Japan's anomalous research unit used fragments to make 108 bullets for propaganda purposes in China:



* OrificeInvasion: [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-2484 SCP-2484]], anomalous mayonnaise: "Masses from 235 g to 804 g will actively attempt to make their way inside vertebrate animals through any available means (including oral, nasal, aural, ocular, rectal, or genital orifices, open wounds, and sweat pores)"
* OriginStory: Some of [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-001 SCP-001]] proposals are about how the Foundation and sometimes how many groups of interests are formed.

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* OrificeInvasion: [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-2484 SCP-2484]], anomalous mayonnaise: "Masses from 235 g to 804 g will actively attempt to make their way inside vertebrate animals through any available means (including oral, nasal, aural, ocular, rectal, or genital orifices, open wounds, and sweat pores)"
pores)."
* OriginStory: Some of [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-001 SCP-001]] proposals are about how the Foundation and sometimes how many groups of interests interest are formed.



* OurAngelsAreDifferent - Averted as [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/dr-clef-s-proposal the Foundation goes to extensive lengths to document the fact that Dr. Clef's proposal for SCP-001]] is indeed a bona fide Judeo-Christian Angel without any major subversions -- and possibly ''the'' Jophiel himself, who guards the real, genuine Garden of Eden. It ''does'' however play more to the descriptions in Holy texts as opposed to cultural depictions, for instance appearing to have as many as 108 wings and being made of fire.

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* OurAngelsAreDifferent - OurAngelsAreDifferent: Averted as [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/dr-clef-s-proposal the Foundation goes to extensive lengths to document the fact that Dr. Clef's proposal for SCP-001]] is indeed a bona fide Judeo-Christian Angel without any major subversions -- and possibly ''the'' Jophiel himself, who guards the real, genuine Garden of Eden. It ''does'' however ''does'', however, play more to the descriptions in Holy texts as opposed to cultural depictions, depictions; for instance instance, appearing to have as many as 108 wings and being made of fire.

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** [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-4974 SCP-4974]] was an attempt to bring [[Franchise/{{Pokemon}} Pikachu]] to life by means of hundreds of game cartridges, yellow sea sponge remains, the basic organs and cells needed to create a new organism, and 21st-century alchemy. It worked, but instead of giving HarmlessElectrocution to its recipient (the creator's son) as the anime did early on, it just killed the boy outright, something that the creator [[DrivenToSuicide killed himself over.]] Worse, as it's still technically a mutant sea sponge growing in a foreign environment, the Foundation believes it can't even think, unlike real Pokemon.


** ** This trope is directly invoked in one of the experiments with [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1459 SCP-1459]]. The researcher asks the machine to kill an instance of SCP-1459-1 using the word ''Noodles'' as a sort of creative prompt. A curtain then goes down, various sounds are heard and when the curtain rises again, the instance of SCP-1459-1 is dead, clearly under bizarre circumstances. It is noted in the end of the log that [[ComicallyMissingThePoint nothing related to noodles ever happened]].

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** ** This trope is directly invoked in one of the experiments with [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1459 SCP-1459]]. The researcher asks the machine to kill an instance of SCP-1459-1 using the word ''Noodles'' as a sort of creative prompt. A curtain then goes down, various sounds are heard and when the curtain rises again, the instance of SCP-1459-1 is dead, clearly under bizarre circumstances. It is noted in the end of the log that [[ComicallyMissingThePoint nothing related to noodles ever happened]].

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** ** This trope is directly invoked in one of the experiments with [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1459 SCP-1459]]. The researcher asks the machine to kill an instance of SCP-1459-1 using the word ''Noodles'' as a sort of creative prompt. A curtain then goes down, various sounds are heard and when the curtain rises again, the instance of SCP-1459-1 is dead, clearly under bizarre circumstances. It is noted in the end of the log that [[ComicallyMissingThePoint nothing related to noodles ever happened]].

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* PerfectPacifistPeople: One of the biggest factors of [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/lily-s-proposal an SCP-001 event]] is that everyone on Earth becomes aware of its inevitable fate and heavy decreases in violence are to occur.


* OldShame: [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1851-ex SCP-1851-EX]] is an in-universe example. Before the Civil War, thee Foundation's D-classes were composed of slaves who escaped their masters; the "D" referred to "Drapetomania," a conjectural mental illness that was said to cause slaves to flee captivity. When it's suggested they destroy all evidence of this embarrassing fact, the Foundation insists on keeping the information on file specifically ''because'' it's an embarrassing fact. e

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* OldShame: [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1851-ex SCP-1851-EX]] is an in-universe example. Before the Civil War, thee Foundation's D-classes were composed of slaves who escaped their masters; the "D" referred to "Drapetomania," a conjectural mental illness "mental illness" that was said to cause caused slaves to flee have an "unnatural" lack of submission and obsess over fleeing captivity. When it's suggested they destroy all evidence of this embarrassing fact, the Foundation insists on keeping the information on file specifically ''because'' it's an embarrassing fact. e

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* OldShame: [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1851-ex SCP-1851-EX]] is an in-universe example. Before the Civil War, thee Foundation's D-classes were composed of slaves who escaped their masters; the "D" referred to "Drapetomania," a conjectural mental illness that was said to cause slaves to flee captivity. When it's suggested they destroy all evidence of this embarrassing fact, the Foundation insists on keeping the information on file specifically ''because'' it's an embarrassing fact. e

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** Some of the [=SCPs=] are given the best care possible. Every effort is made not to upset the autistic girl, for example, and the harmless and friendly living eyeballs have free run of their site. And one of the first tests of the vending machine was "something Cassy will like," Cassy being a mentally normal young woman who exists in a 2-D world and was actually created by the Foundation itself.

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** Some of the [=SCPs=] are given the best care possible. Every effort is made not to upset the autistic MuckMonster girl, for example, and the harmless and friendly living eyeballs have free run of their site. And one of the first tests of the vending machine was "something Cassy will like," Cassy being a mentally normal young woman who exists in a 2-D world and was actually created by the Foundation itself.


* TheProblemWithFightingDeath: In an attempt to Neutralize [http://scp-wiki.net/scp-2718 SCP-2718], the Foundation creates [http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-3448 SCP-3448], a method to enter the afterlife while still being in contact with the world of the living, and [[spoiler:kills the very concept of Death itself]], leading to all organisms that possess a brain becoming completely immortal. The consequences of this are explored in the [http://www.scp-wiki.net/end-of-death-hub End of Death] canon.

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* TheProblemWithFightingDeath: In an attempt to Neutralize [http://scp-wiki.[[http://scp-wiki.net/scp-2718 SCP-2718], SCP-2718]], the Foundation creates [http://www.[[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-3448 SCP-3448], SCP-3448]], a method to enter the afterlife while still being in contact with the world of the living, and [[spoiler:kills the very concept of Death itself]], leading to all organisms that possess a brain becoming completely immortal. The consequences of this are explored in the [http://www.[[http://www.scp-wiki.net/end-of-death-hub End of Death] Death]] canon.


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** As the site has developed the idea that D-class personel are terminated monthly has [[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness fallen out of favor]] with the writers due to being [[StupidEvil stupid enough to break suspension of disbelief]] so the idea isn't very commonly used anymore.


** Due to some retcons the [[CreepyGood Church of the Broken God]] are now good guys albeit good guys who fit with the sites BlackAndGreyMorality. So they actually were up to anything good.

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** Due to some retcons retcons, the [[CreepyGood Church of the Broken God]] are now good guys guys, albeit good guys who fit with the sites site's BlackAndGreyMorality. So they actually were up to anything something good.

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* OverTheTopSecret: In [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/captain-kirby-s-proposal one 001 proposal]], the newly appointed O5 council tries to figure out why O5-13 is the only one around from the old council. When they ask the Ethics Committee, they get the answer that it is "Above [their] clearance".[[note]]Some stories imply that the Committee has equal, or even higher security clearance than the O5s.[[/note]]
-->'''O5-11''': Above your security clearance? You're on the Council, there simply aren't things "outside your jurisdiction".

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