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News for November 2017

Welcome to this installment of site news, where we give thanks for the wiki!

This is a series showing off news from the site, articles from the past month1, and fan-content for you to check out and discover! Be sure to leave a comment with your thoughts!

Featured Articles

Editor's Choice Articles

  • SCP-3084 ("Seven Strangers at a Feast") - A film takes on a life of its own. Written by KalininKalinin. Seven Strangers is a fantastically eerie piece, operating on a surreal internal logic and meshing together a collection of classic horror elements in a uniquely Foundation style. Seven Strangers gave me goosebumps and is not to be missed.
  • SCP-049-J ("The Plague Fellow") - Gotta get that sweet medieval bitcoin. Written by djkaktusdjkaktus. This is the only good article about 049. It's a terrific riff on the (in)famous doctor and is wickedly funny in its own right. This author gives it two severed thumbs up!
  • ...Like Clockwork - This is the end of all. Written by DecibellesDecibelles. If its progenitor 3999 was an SCP devoted to the author's psyche, Like Clockwork is a tale series devoted to its own author's psyche. It breaks the meta and mold of the wiki in fascinating ways and is a uniquely character-focused take on the end of the world.
  • An Old Woman and her Garden - A fairy tale about a sweet old lady and her garden of undead horrors. Written by fieldstonefieldstone. An Old Woman's unique protagonist and Tim Burton-esque gothic fantasy mesh together to form one of the best creepypastas I've read in recent memory.

Event Featured Articles

The theme for the month of November was language!

Rest of the News

Missing out on articles? Enjoy a recap on the articles from the past month. Huge thanks to fieldstonefieldstone for writing the blurbs for November 1-14!

Week of November 1st:

I like this article. Bring me another!


  • SCP-3380 ("Science, Technology, Engineering, Divinity") - as all light is truly one, and so in the end is all faith. But this faith is the only kind that will give you sex dreams about Kurt Godel. Written by 9Volt9Volt and LordStonefishLordStonefish.
  • SCP-3740 ("God is Dumb") - Handsome. All powerful. Smart. You can only pick two. Written by djkaktusdjkaktus.
  • SCP-3825 ("So it Goes") - We all, in some ways, drag our past selves along behind us. Most of us don't do it literally, though. Written by FreemayneFreemayne.
  • SCP-3950 ("Full Throttle Axolotl") - When life gives you lemons, make lemonade. When life gives you immortal salamanders, you make something else entirely. Written by bittermixinbittermixin.
  • SCP-3451 ("The Shade Closet") Shadows cast partially on SCP-3451 will slowly extend and expand onto SCP-3451, until a duplicate shadow of identical proportions to the original is produced. Written by buckyboybuckyboy.
  • SCP-3121 ("Get Out of My Head") - What do you want from me? I— I beg you, let me leave this place. I want to leave. Written by ButtfranklinButtfranklin.


GOI Formats


Author's Pages

Week of November 8th:

I reject your reality and substitute my own!


  • WJS Proposal - "Consensus reality" is simply consensus of the Council. Determined by WrongJohnSilverWrongJohnSilver.
  • SCP-3729 ("The Best Day of Your Life") - The door just gives you the best day of your life. What you do with it is up to you. Written by Doctor CambrianDoctor Cambrian.
  • SCP-3028 ("Take on Me") - "Talking to your neighbors is the beginning of the slippery slope towards communism." Written by Communism will winCommunism will win.
  • SCP-8003-J ("Why Bother?") - I could summarize the article, or whatever, but it wouldn't ultimately make this pointless life any more meaningful. Written by daveyoufooldaveyoufool.
  • SCP-3118 ("Lunch Gun") - You are what you eat. Written by TL333sTL333s].
  • SCP-3162 ("Social Life") - SCP-3162 is a non-sapient, digital entity housed within SCP-3162-A, a Lenovo M910 desktop computer. Written by LiterallyMechanicalLiterallyMechanical.
  • SCP-O5-J ("Sorry, I do not understand the command.") - are you fucking kidding me. Written by QuaristiceQuaristice.
  • SCP-3089 ("That Old Time Religion") - Prior to shedding their epidermis, SCP-3089-A instances are to be confined to standard human containment cells. Written by The Great Hippo does not match any existing user name.
  • SCP-3774 ("My Heart DEETs Faster for You") - The heart wants what the heart wants, even when that heart is inside a cyborg mosquito. Written by OthellotheCatOthellotheCat.
  • SCP-3433 ("I Am a Deeply Superficial Person") - We all get our 15 minutes, and then we move on. Andy understood. Written by WinterfrontWinterfront.


  • Grease - It's on you. It's seeping into your pores. You have to get it off. Written by mlistermlister.
  • Testing the Flow - "It is formed by, or at least draws from the surplus of humanity’s collective reality-bending power.” Part of the Flow series, written by SunnyClockworkSunnyClockwork.
  • Redact Your Life - It was no foul beast, it did not prey on him in bloodlust nor hunger. It simply hung from him like a heavy chain on his form, a miasma. A companion tale to SCP-3959, written by TheBillithTheBillith.
  • A Scip or a Star? - That’s an X-man power if I ever saw one. The Essie P wouldn’t like you one bit." Written by DrChandraDrChandra.
  • Another Lost Legacy - "During the Time of Destruction, when all Stranges had broken out of both the Esseepis' and the Gock's control, my great-grandfather led 501 other people into the snowy bastion we call Sanctuary." Written by EkronakEkronak.
  • Quarterly Performance Review - "While working for me, do you do good things?" The fragment stared up at her with empty, longing eyes. "Of course not." Written by PedantiquePedantique.
  • The Unforgiving Gridiron - In the sequel to Fourth and Long, Cron Apostolou's past comes back to haunt him on the eve of the biggest game in Alexylva's history. Written by djkaktusdjkaktus.
  • Introjection Infection Detection - If a person had been particularly attentive, on this particular day, and knew the extremely particular ways of the Library's written inhabitants, they might have noticed something odd. Written by MaliceAforethoughtMaliceAforethought.
  • Some Are Born To Endless Night - Those who don't remember the past are doomed to repeat it. But so are those who do. Written by FlawedFlawed.
  • Tum-Tum-Tum-TUM-Tum-Tum-Tum-TUM-TUM-TUM - Thirty years fighting against Russians and rebels and whatever else the world had to throw at him had taught him where a man's breaking point is. Jamshid had long passed that. Written by TuftoTufto.
  • Shot Down - 258. That’s how many holes were in Claire. Written by PentonPenton.
  • Tjalla - Love. Loss. Swedish furniture. Sometimes it's the thought that counts; sometimes the thought is all you have. Written by MortosMortos.
  • The Lizard in the Mosaic - Who hasn't wanted a pet dinosaur? Written by IhpIhp.

GoI Formats


Author's Pages

Stormbreath's Author Page - Being the author page of stormbreathstormbreath!

Week of November 15th:

When the news came through the door, I knew it was trouble.


  • SCP-579-J ("Microtransactions") - SCP-579 is to be contained in a 2km x 2km x 1km containment cell lined with steel, lead, titanium, telekill alloy and [UNLOCK EXTREMELY TOUGH MATERIAL DLC FOR ONLY 1000 TELEKILL]. Written by not_a_seagullnot_a_seagull.
  • SCP-3806 ("I AM AWAITED IN VALHALLA!") - Prove yourself a brave and virtuous warrior and the AllFather will welcome you into his ranks, and you can fight the Scarlet King or Yabba Dabba Do or whoever at the End of Days. Written by DrChandraDrChandra.
  • SCP-3114 ("Wouldn't it be Chilly") - All the cool kids have skin and muscle. Written by DrEverettMannDrEverettMann.
  • SCP-3119 ("Lord of the Dance") - The Ethics Committee would remind researchers that the Foundation does not sell roofies. Written by cara_donnellycara_donnelly.
  • SCP-3481 ("Glorious Sounds") - Test subjects have difficulty describing any of the tracks (see Document 3481-T-1 for details). However, the majority of subjects used the words, “glorious”, “illustrious”, and [EXPUNGED]. Written by Captain KirbyCaptain Kirby.
  • SCP-3483 ("The AI Who Loved Me") - I have felt death coming over us. Our heartbeats fading. And the void that came before our link was forever severed. Written by EdeFabryEdeFabry.
  • SCP-2668 ("We Who Are About to Die Salute You") - SCP-2668 is an extradimensional region resembling the Roman Colosseum (undamaged, appearing as it would have at the time of its construction) and a small quantity of surrounding landscape. Written by MaliceAforethoughtMaliceAforethought.
  • SCP-475 ("Pope Soap") - These effects increase in intensity the longer the subject uses the object, culminating in local reality changes, signified by all bodies of water within a 5 meter radius turning into an equivalent liquid that is considered "holy" in the subject's religion. Co-written by mlistermlister and TarageTarage.
  • SCP-3288 ("The Aristocrats") - Fun for the unholy family. Written by MetaphysicianMetaphysician.
  • SCP-3935 ("This Thing a Quiet Madness Made") - What lies buried beneath Salvation? Written by djkaktusdjkaktus.
  • SCP-3557 ("CK or OK?") - The instruments don't lie - the world very clearly ended. So why does everything look the same? Written by stormbreathstormbreath.
  • SCP-2278 ("Und ruhig fließt der Rhein") - The place had been known for centuries as the location of a peculiar echo, but only attracted wide attention from the early 19th century onwards. Written by EdeFabryEdeFabry.


GoI Formats


Week of November 22nd:

Stop! Collaborate, and listen…


  • SCP-3163 ("The Almanack") - The wretched and blasphemous "Special Containment Procedures Foundation" is even now reading the Wordes that I am transcribing onto these humble pages, and their foul Plots and Schemes are a most grievous Insult to the Prosperity and Happiness of you, the blessèd Citizens of New Northton. Written by LiterallyMechanicalLiterallyMechanical.
  • SCP-3117 ("A Monster-Shaped Hole") - Stop reading. Please. Written by The Great Hippo does not match any existing user name.
  • SCP-3820 ("Sitting and Caring for Pets") - It's extradimensional traveling cats and dogs! Written by Bear-runBear-run.
  • SCP-3319 ("The Clusterfuckalypse") - There is no evidence that SCP-3319 is of any strategic value to the Foundation against SCP-001. Written by daveyoufooldaveyoufool.
  • SCP-3116 ("It's time to stop posting") - "grace we have to get married or i'm gonna SHIT." Written by Communism will winCommunism will win.
  • SCP-3144 ("The Real World is Faker than Wrestling") - Kayfabe is an anomaly. Written by TieflingTiefling.
  • SCP-3650 ("Wanderlust") - Every picture is signed “Rem Z.” who is presumably responsible for the photographs, the poems, or both. Written by Captain KirbyCaptain Kirby.
  • SCP-3139 ("America's Labyrinth") - Hello America, and welcome back to cable's number one game show, "America's Labyrinth!" Written by toastedraptortoastedraptor.


Author's Pages

Fandom Stuff

None this month.


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