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Welcome to SCP-6664 Discussion! Host: DChance


DChance: Hello everyone. I've made this chatroom for the purposes of discussing SCP-6664.
EKing: Who are you?
DChance: I'm Researcher Chance, I work at 103.
EKing: Never heard of you.
CWendover: yeah one of you edited my report and now the page is locked. good going
ELongcastle: I could say the same.
CWendover: here's the solution: you're all wrong, i can see the greenhouse from my office and SCP-6664 is right there
EKing: Well, I pass by SCP-6664 every time I visit HR, and it is not fun. There's no way it's at 86.
HBlank: Alright. Clearly all of us think we're correct. And we all probably are. Why don't we just give a different designation to each anomaly and call it a day.
ELongcastle: This is a good solution.
CWendover: yeah why did this happen in the first place
HBlank: I'm pretty sure what caused this is a technical issue. I thought the slot was unallotted when I wrote my report.
EKing: Me too.
DChance: Well, we can't just do that.
HBlank: Do what? Give each tree a different slot?
DChance: Yes! This is a major problem! All of these anomalies happened to be chosen for the same slot? Something must be at play here.
CWendover: not… necessarily
ELongcastle: Chance, there are much more logical explanations.
DChance: Really? You've been perverting nature with your research, and now nature is perverting your research back! And none of you care?
EKing: It's really not that big of a deal, man. I can find a new slot.
DChance: You're not even going to try to find out what happened? Isn't that what you do?
CWendover: chance are you ok
DChance: How can I be, when this calamity is happening before my very eyes?
HBlank: I already finished replacing all the numbers in my report.
DChance: So none of you care?
ELongcastle: I don't see a reason why we would.
DChance: Then what was even the point in doing any of this? I tried to show you! To show you that the anomalous can wreck your research as much as your research wrecks it! And it was all for nothing? Then why am I even still here?
DChance: No. I know why.

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EKing: So that.. happened.
CWendover: yeah i think we got our guy
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