Okay, okay, I deleted the research notes, jeez.
Date: 05 Jun 2010 05:40
Number of posts: 24
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Or simply not giving it a door to dart out through. Remember, there are IR sensors around the room, and those don't blink, and have no blind spots in their FOV. They can track this thing.
Also, a very good article, and goddamn you, for now I have a reason for seeing flashes…
That image is the second Google Search result for 'empty room'.
Aw man not another Keter duty threat…
Still, I like this concept.
This article has had a different image every time I've opened the page. I rather like the effect. Pity it's probably not intentional, but it certainly does give me ideas.
Actually, could you make some gimmick to display a different picture every time you opened a page? You could make an interesting SCP with that.
What if you put him in a room full of mirrors and highspeed cameras.
Something totally awesome, I'd imagine.
Upon sighting SCP-372 via camera, the feed cut. 3 D-class entered to investigate. D-2563 was severed in 26 pieces. Both D-2584 and D-1256 fainted. Testing discontinued.
So…can I request the keter duty threat be removed? ^^;
This is basically the monster from "Blindsight" by Peter Watts. The idea with saccades is directly copied from there.
Also, what's wrong with describing the wounds? Does it change much if I know whether it's a toe or an eye that D-4 lost?
I thought it was fairly obvious it was an eye. Presented with too many observers, the creature would naturally want to increase the number of blind spots, so it gave the guy a permanent one. Thus, of course, the blackout is even less necessary.