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Result: SCP-682 immediately went on a rampage upon being turned into a human, forcing the Foundation to restrain it and freeze it in carbonite. Afterwards, the D-Class using Shinigami Eyes was able to discover 682's real name, only to instantaneously go insane and become a quivering, shaking, scatterbrained mess of a human. The D-Class was promptly taken to our most morally-deprived doctors, who extracted SCP-682's real name over the course of several months from the mind of the D-Class. However they managed to do so, I don't want to know. The doctors wrote 682's name into a Death Note letter by letter, making sure to cover all of the previously-written letters in order to prevent insanity. Once they wrote it down and put down suicide as the cause of death, SCP-682, still in human form, escaped from the carbonite and hanged itself. Somehow, it did die...only to regenerate back into its original form.
What a ride.
Test: Have it fight Sephiroth. In order to prevent each other from allying with another, we will create an illusion where SCP-682 looks like Cloud Strife, and where Sephiroth looks like Dr. Bright.
Test: Pit it against the Herrsecher of The Void. She's probably going to turn on us afterwards, but we can contain her. We've had worse threats.
Result: Ho V continually bombarded 682 with dark matter attacks which seemed to slow down his regeneration a considerable amount. Unfortunately 682 managed to convince Ho V that killing him would actually help save humanity which was in strict opposition to her goal of "doom of all humanity" Ho V then proceeded to help 682 breach containment and kill around [REDACTED] civilians and Foundation members before being recontained.
(Couldnt find alot about the void person sorry)
"Can we please summon things that don't also want to kill humanity?" Dr. Clef
Find somes genies or a way to get at least 4 wishes and wish the following:
1)682 will be unable to read or hear for the rest of its existence
2)682 will not be able to use/hold any sort of firearm for the rest of its life
3)682 will not be able to leave a structure without the prior approval of least 10 people
4)682 will be teleported to the gungeon (https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/VideoGame/EnterTheGungeon) after 5 seconds
Edited by Skunkbrains on Mar 29th 2019 at 9:13:28 AM
Result: The Genie we captured refused to grant the fourth wish due to what they referred to as being "protocol", but it did manage to grant the other three wishes before that. The first one only pissed 682 off more and more, the second barely affected SCP-682 as it doesn't need guns to kill people, and the third didn't affect SCP-682 at all because it isn't allowed to leave containment under any circumstances anyhow. Seriously, these were some stupid wishes, and it was an even more stupid idea to assume that the Genie would grant more than three wishes.
So we got a second genie to grant the fourth wish. And as it turns out, we did manage to trap SCP-682 in the Gungeon...within the game itself. It adapted so that it would now possess powers to break through the fourth wall in order to escape the video game, and upon doing so, went on to-
cue screen cracking as the person writing this is brutally attacked by SCP-682.
Test: Throw it at the Nothing.
Edited by TimeLordVictorious on Mar 30th 2019 at 12:27:03 PM
Result: Uncertain, though it did spat it out. So much for that...
Test: Explosive Decompression
RESULT: No effect, it's body appears to space-worthy.
TEST: Send them to Jupiter's Red Spot, maybe the storm there will kill them, failing that the gravity would keep them pinned. Wonder why nobody documented that strange spot yet.
Edited by Jaxfirebus on Apr 1st 2019 at 7:18:41 AM
Result: Test denied, we are not risking SCP-2399's attention just yet. Also, we're pretty sure a-if we use a portal, SCP-682 will figure out how to travel back with that portal or b-it will cause the rocket to crash land
Test 1: Use the head of Medusa to turn SCP-682 to stone
Test 2: While SCP-682 is unconscious, put on glasses that makes it think anyone it looks at is SCP-173 so it will be paralyzed with fear
Note: For test one, I am assuming that Medusa's head does not immediately entirely petrify the victim - that there is a gap of a few seconds before they turn fully to stone. So, part of SCP-682 turns to stone, but it takes a few seconds to affect the entire body.
Result, Test 1: Failure. Medusa's head introduced to chamber. Upon introduction, SCP-682 immediately begins to petrify, from the legs upward. SCP-682 roars loudly, before opaque 'caps' of carapace grow over the eyes of SCP-682, blinding it. SCP-682 is observed to begin rapidly regenerating upon visual contact with Medusa's head breaking. SCP-682 begins to roar once again, moving towards the edge of the containment chamber and beginning to ram itself against the walls. Test aborted, due to risk of containment breach.
Result, Test 2: Failure. SCP-682 rendered unconscious by heavy firepower, and glasses introduced by two D-class personnel. The two D-class personnel are instructed to not move, under any circumstances. SCP-682, upon reawakening, develops a number of eyes covered by clear 'caps' of carapace across the body. After approximately three hours of remaining stationary, D-8912 moves slightly. SCP-682 immediately dismembers D-8912 and D-5673, before clawing itself across the face several times. The glasses are destroyed after the sixth swipe, and the test is declared a failure.
Test One: Drop a Road Roller on SCP-682's head.
Test Two: Trap SCP-682 in a seconds-long time loop.
Edited by Clockwork_Heart on Apr 7th 2019 at 10:54:55 AM
Test One: Surprisingly close...though this somehow managed to open up a portal that brought DIO Brando, who promptly caused a massive containment breach before being eliminated.
Test: Give up because the SCP Foundation universe suffers from Darkness-Induced Audience Apathy, so who cares anymore, it's a bad writing trope
That was partly a Take That! at the SCP Foundation having this trope, and partly a Take That! at how I feel TV Tropes uses this trope too much on things. Seriously, Doctor Who counts?
Edited by RJ-19-CLOVIS-93 on Apr 8th 2019 at 9:56:11 PM
Result: Unfortunately, that's what they're here for.
Test: Use the Mortal Blade against him. Don't worry, we got a guy who was able to successfully wield the blade.
Result: 682 turned its tail into a sword and engaged in a sword fight with the person wielding the Mortal Blade. And apparently 682 likes the Princess Bride. Especially the torture scenes.
Test: Throw it in a modified version of SCP-914 that can have every setting turned on simultaneously.
Edited by TimeLordVictorious on Apr 9th 2019 at 2:00:33 AM
Test: Put Dr Bright's amulet on SCP-173 and have him/173 fight SCP-682 again. Even if it goes the same, 173 won't be as dangerous with Dr Bright in control
Edited by RJ-19-CLOVIS-93 on Apr 9th 2019 at 11:45:03 PM
Result: SCP-682 was at first alarmed, but then fought Bright upon realizing 173 had no control over its body. The first part of the fight revealed to us what Dr. Bright and SCP-682's Fatalities would be like if they were characters in Mortal Kombat (both were the epitome of Gorn). The second part of the fight had SCP-173 and Dr. Bright fighting for control over 173's body. SCP-682 stopped fighting during this part and instead grew eyes all over its body out of fear of SCP-173. The site was put on lockdown as SCP-173's body was moved back to its cell, and Dr. Bright was removed safely from 173's body. Well, safely for him. The D-Class personnel are a different story.
Test: Have it fight the Hydra that Hercules fought.
Result: SCP-682 was hurt by the Hydra's poison. As immortal by all known means it was in great agony, but having been torn apart over and over by the foundation it was Conditioned to Accept Horror and continued. 682 proceeded to breathe fire in order to cauterize the wounds, much like Heracles did, before lighting itself on fire to deal with the toxic pain and shoving itself in the Hydra's immortal head's mouth until it begged for the test to stop
Test 1: Put SCP-682 in SCP-953's chamber for a round of Kick the Son of a Bitch. Breaking kayfabe, why does the SCP Foundation even let such a Complete Monster live?
Test 2: Send SCP-682 into a universe where Lovecraft Lite is in full effect, and eldritch horrors like itself get beaten by superheroes regularly
Result 1: They instead bonded over their sadism. This is SCP-682 we're talking about - the human-hating Omnicidal Maniac. 682 would admire 953's handiwork instead of feeling disgust.
Result 2: As we opened the portal and shoved 682, another portal opened simultaneously and out came SCP-682. The very same one, in fact. Seriously, this is a Lovecraft Lite universe, at least to some extent.
Test 1: Use a Dark Cannon to turn it into a trophy.
Test 2: I want to put it through SCP-914 on "Fine" and "Very Fine". Actually, I just did that and 682 is currently in 914 right now, so you can't deny this test and instead have to deal with the results!
Edited by TimeLordVictorious on Apr 10th 2019 at 11:05:01 AM
Test: Create a clone of SCP-682 who is only hostile to the original. It can't be persuaded to spare the original in any way.
Result: SCP-682's DNA was too complicated and not understood for us to make a successful copy. Test aborted.
Test: Put SCP-682 in SCP-106's pocket dimension with an instance of SCP-871. Either 682 gets rid of 106, 106 gets rid of 682, the ever-expanding cakes form enough mass to collapse the pocket dimension in a Big Crunch and thus removing 106 of its ace, or to prevent that they are too occupied eating the cakes
Edited by RJ-19-CLOVIS-93 on Apr 11th 2019 at 11:47:44 PM
Result: SCP-682 is apparently allergic to chocolate. One minute after both it and 106 began to be smothered by millions of chocolate cakes, SCP-682 tore through those cakes and the barrier between the pocket dimension and our world like it was butter, and emerged sneezing, scratching, swelling, sweating, and screaming in agony. Now with that in mind...
Test: Drop SCP-682 in a giant vat of the darkest chocolate, melted.
Edited by TimeLordVictorious on Apr 12th 2019 at 1:26:33 AM
Result: He tried to break out of there as soon as he realized what we were about to do, and succeeded and killed...a good amount of people. we are now currently trying to re contain him.
Test: Send a Kryptonian supercharged with the power of at least one blue sun at him. if it fails we'll at least have one heck of a show.
Result: SCP-682 absorbs all of the Kryptonite energy and develops Eye Beams and the ability to fly. Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!
Test: Pit SCP-682 against RPC-666, an evil helicopter made of Body Horror with demonic powers over the weather.
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