SCP-914 Experiment Log Sandbox

Note: This page will be purged every week. If your log is rejected or doesn't adhere to the correct format, make sure to save a copy yourself if you want to try again.

Guidelines for future entries can be found here.


Note to all contributors:

Please include your name on all records, along with the date and the total number of items "refined."

Test Log Format:
All test logs should be written in this form:

**Name:**
**Date:** DD/MM/YYYY
**Total Items:**

**Input:**
**Setting:**
**Output:**


If you want to add a note to a log that has already been ported over, copy that log to the bottom of this page and use this template:

//Suggested Note://


REMINDERS TO CONTRIBUTORS: SCP-914 does not create or destroy matter, nor does it change anything on the atomic level. All outputs should contain all and only the matter included in the input. Some grandfathered entries break this rule, but new entries should never do so.

Additional reminder: 914 is a cheeky little bugger. It's unpredictable and apparently kinda snarky. If the output is exactly what you'd expect from the input, or if 914 has just obligingly improved everything you put in, the entry is out-of-character.

  • LeveritasLeveritas (me) will regularly check this page, selecting logs that are of sufficient quality to add to the log and port them over.
  • Tests that fail to adhere to the proper format (date, etc.) will not be ported until fixed.
  • You can place notes at the end of tests, and feel free to be creative when doing so. It can give some interesting insight into dynamics within the Foundation. Having said that, don't make Foundation personnel look like idiots/psychopaths/juvenile/a combination of those. It's a professional research organisation, not a fraternity ward or a death cult.
  • Not too direct. 914 doesn't talk to researchers directly, it ruins the mystery and it's not clear if the machine is sentient or not. If you put in a note, you don't get a response, you might get something that might be a response if you interpret it a certain way, but it also might be random. Or something else entirely.
If you're not comfortable with your in-universe name being used, politely request a change or come to me about it.

Notice: On another note, changing these notices will result in disciplinary actions, meaning Site banning, not just this log.

Some of you might have noticed that I'm being harsher on notes and logs that I deem too LOLFoundation. To illustrate my point, I'm going to use an example from part IV:

I actually edited the note. This is what it originally was:

This is a very small difference, but it makes a world of difference in tone. The first entry works a lot better because it's not a researcher scolding the machine outright as a kid would. It's implying (read, show don't tell) that the researcher became so fed up with the result that he outright left. Wacky entries work well if it's against the cold professionalism that signifies the Foundation, and it doesn't work if it looks like the employees are acting just as unprofessional.

Conversation about Experiment Log 914 and help for your entries can be found at the 914 Discord server.


Added Logs

Please delete yours as soon as you see it. Thanks! (Logs that have been moved here for more than a day have been shortened to save a little space.)


Denied Logs

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General Notes

Notices for everyone.

1. If you didn't bother reading the above division of obviously important text, click here!
2. Mod will remove notes if they are too excessive/LOLFoundation/unprofessional.
3. Part XVII is up and running! Find your tests here.
4. New log-writers, please do not use other writers' characters without asking. It is generally seen as bad form. If you want to use someone's character, most of the writers can be contacted via Wikidot PM or, for a quicker response, the 914 Discord server.
5. Everyone is invited to join the above Discord server. This also facilitates easier communication with the mod. If you notice something wrong with a particular test in Experiment Log 914, you can either point it out in the server or do so below.
6. Please, no more introduction notes. 914 is supposed to be unpredictable, and there’s only so many times it can turn handwriting into different handwriting or a drawing before you start predicting it.


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New Entries

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Name: Dr. N Rose
Date: 15/09/2020
Total Items: Three ASMOL Ventolin Inhalers

Note: All canisters of Ventolin were drained prior to testing. No, they were not used by any staff or D-Class beforehand. Sterile conditions, guys. - Dr. Rose

Input: One of the aforementioned inhalers
Setting: 1:1
Output: One unaltered inhaler One inhaler with an aluminum canister of crude design. No anomalous properties manifested.

Input: One of the aforementioned inhalers
Setting: Fine
Output: A M67 Fragmentation Grenade. Item was tested to be non-anomalous.

Note: How did this even happen? Does it know that compressed air can be explosive? - Dr. Rose

Input: One of the aforementioned inhalers
Setting: 1:1
Output: One identical inhaler. When the item was used, it produced a cognitohazardous effect; The user will anomalously begin to experience oxygen deprivation while actively breathing within forty-seven seconds of using the output. Testing D-class personnel expired three minutes and fifty-one seconds after initial use. Item was safely disposed of outside of the incinerator to prevent explosion.

Note: That poor D-Class. This may be considered a failure, but what else can we expect? I’ll be in Veritas’ office over the second test. - Dr. Rose

The last test is more of a 1:1, since it does the opposite of what it's supposed to do. - Mod
I've shifted the Setting to 1:1. I would've assumed it would've been a Fine Output, due to the effects. - Rose


Name: Researcher Ivanov
Date: 12/09/2020
Total Items: Four 500ml beakers of liquid gallium, one hundred and thirty-six 500ml beakers of chemical waste from other experiments, one bottle of vodka

Note: Hello there Facility 23! I’m excited to be testing with this incredible machine I’ve heard so much about! - Researcher Ivanov

Input: One 500ml beaker of liquid gallium
Setting: Rough
Output: Glass shards on fire, hot liquid gallium

Input: One 500ml beaker of liquid gallium
Setting: Coarse
Output: One pile of glass shards and one puddle of liquid gallium

Input: One 500ml beaker of liquid gallium
Setting: 1:1
Output: One sphere of glass filled with liquid gallium

Input: One 500ml beaker of liquid gallium
Setting: Fine
Output: One transparent gallium crystal floating in a glass sphere

Note: Extraordinary! I’ve never seen anything like this. By all accounts, it shouldn’t be possible. I’m going to try something else. - Researcher Ivanov

Input: One 500ml beaker filled with chemical waste from an experiment
Setting: Coarse
Output: One pile of glass shards, five puddles of chemicals

Note: This is incredible! It managed to separate elements from a compound in roughly 5% of the time it would have taken otherwise! I’ll be right back. - Researcher Ivanov.

Note: Researcher Ivanov left Facility 23 for two hours, returning in a large van that was loaded with crates of waste byproducts of various chemistry experiments from other Sites.

Tests 7-141 redacted for brevity.

Input: One 500ml beaker filled with chemical waste from an experiment
Setting: Coarse
Output: One pile of glass shards, which flew out of the output chamber at 90 km/h. Eight puddles of liquid. Notably, each test took 15 seconds longer to complete than the last, with test 142 taking 35 minutes longer to complete.

Note: This is amazing! I’ll come back once I have more to test! - Researcher Ivanov

Input: One bottle of vodka
Setting: Fine
Output: One smashed bottle of vodka. The glass had a cognitohazardous effect that causes viewers to recite instructions on chemical decomposition. Effects wear off after 143 minutes.

Note: Sodium Chloride! Quick, grab some nails and a battery and set up electrolysis! - Researcher Ivanov

Note: That better not be my bottle of vodka you just chucked in there. - Intern Scott

Note: Will someone please inform Researcher Ivanov to please clean up the mess from the explosion? I get that I'm the janitor and all but still, please help me out and clean up after yourself. Hazmat suits are in the third right locker on the right, try not to pierce them with any of the broken glass, they don't grow on trees. - Janitor Molly

Posted on behalf of Quess_Phaedrus. - Scotty

Thanks Scotty, I just got accepted! - ThatOneChemist

''Shaped'' like a cognitohazard? They don't really have shapes, it's an effect that triggers when sensed by sight/hearing etc. - Mod

Just updated it. Is that better? - ThatOneChemist


Name: Guest Junior Researcher Ericson
Date: 17/09/2020
Total Items: Three flash drives, each containing a copy of the entire webcode of the website 'Serina' in the form of .html files.

Note: Okay, this website is basically 'throw a bunch of birds onto a planet with an ecosystem that can sustain them and see what happens'. - Guest Junior Researcher Ericson

Input: One of the aforementioned drives
Setting: 1:1
Output: One flash drive containing a copy of the entire webcode of the website 'Nymphicina' in the form of .html files. The premise is similar to Serina, but the domestic canary ancestor is replaced with a cockatiel ancestor.

Input: One of the aforementioned drives
Setting: Fine
Output: Similar to input, but the amount of space the website's code took up on the flash drive is noticeably larger, taking up nearly half of the space on the drive. The website retains its original name, but most of the files have more links, more images, and more information.

Note: Permission to read this while on break? - Guest Junior Researcher Ericson

Input: One of the aforementioned drives
Setting: Very Fine
Output: One automaton. Automaton took the form of a tadpole-like creature that swam through the air.

Addendum: Over the course of a week, the automaton slowly changed into a bird-like form, growing limbs and feathers. The automaton then 'reset', transforming into its tadpole-like form.

Note: Permission to keep an eye on this? If anything fishy happens, I'll let someone know. It'll make Veritas's life easier. - Guest Junior Researcher Ericson


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