News for September, 2022
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What this is

A bunch of miscellaneous CSS 'improvements' that I, CroquemboucheCroquembouche, use on a bunch of pages because I think it makes them easier to deal with.

The changes this component makes are bunch of really trivial modifications to ease the writing experience and to make documenting components/themes a bit easier (which I do a lot). It doesn't change anything about the page visually for the reader — the changes are for the writer.

I wouldn't expect translations of articles that use this component to also use this component, unless the translator likes it and would want to use it anyway.

This component probably won't conflict with other components or themes, and even if it does, it probably won't matter too much.


On any wiki:

[[include :scp-wiki:component:croqstyle]]

This component is designed to be used on other components. When using on another component, be sure to add this inside the component's [[iftags]] block, so that users of your component are not forced into also using Croqstyle.

Related components

Other personal styling components (which change just a couple things):

Personal styling themes (which are visual overhauls):

CSS changes

Reasonably-sized footnotes

Stops footnotes from being a million miles wide, so that you can actually read them.

.hovertip { max-width: 400px; }

Monospace edit/code

Makes the edit textbox monospace, and also changes all monospace text to Fira Code, the obviously superior monospace font.

@import url(';700&display=swap');
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Teletype backgrounds

Adds a light grey background to <tt> elements ({{text}}), so code snippets stand out more.

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No more bigfaces

Stops big pictures from appearing when you hover over someone's avatar image, because they're stupid and really annoying and you can just click on them if you want to see the big version.

.avatar-hover { display: none !important; }

Breaky breaky

Any text inside a div with class nobreak has line-wrapping happen between every letter.

.nobreak { word-break: break-all; }

Code colours

Add my terminal's code colours as variables. Maybe I'll change this to a more common terminal theme like Monokai or something at some point, but for now it's just my personal theme, which is derived from Tomorrow Night Eighties.

Also, adding the .terminal class to a fake code block as [[div class="code terminal"]] gives it a sort of pseudo-terminal look with a dark background. Doesn't work with [[code]], because Wikidot inserts a bunch of syntax highlighting that you can't change yourself without a bunch of CSS. Use it for non-[[code]] code snippets only.

Quick tool to colourise a 'standard' Wikidot component usage example with the above vars: link

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Draw lines around anything inside .debug-mode. The colour of the lines is red but defers to CSS variable --debug-colour.

You can also add div.debug-info.over and div.debug-info.under inside an element to annotate the debug boxes — though you'll need to make sure to leave enough vertical space that the annotation doesn't overlap the thing above or below it.

…like this!

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DISCLAIMER: This is the Site News for the English Branch of the SCP Wiki. The opinions of the individual members of the Site News team that are presented in each edition of the Site News are their own thoughts and are not meant to be representative of the Site News team as a whole nor are they representative of the staff body as a whole. If you take issue with any of the contents, then feel free to reach out to the editor(s) and they will review the contents to see if there are any edits that need to be made. We intend to always deliver interesting content to you, and we understand that there may be times where controversial or unpopular opinions will be presented whether by our writers or our editor(s). Thank you for your understanding!


With 7k in the dust, Series VIII being open, and new contests and content coming from the Community Outreach team, expect a busy sprint to the end of the year! In the meantime, relax and enjoy this new edition to the Site News!

- By WhiteGuard

September 3rd

7K Results and Trivia!

Artwork by Aethris

7k is over! Congratulations to all of the participants and a special congratulations to our winner, HarryBlank! Below are the entry rankings as well as stats and trivia about the contest which can also be found on the Contest Hub. After reading these, please check out Luxaiko's story on "What is a Kcon?" directly below!


🥇 FIRST PLACE: SCP-7000 ("The Loser") - Written by HarryBlank 🥇

🥈 SECOND PLACE: SCP-7777 ("Heptaphobia") - Written by Yossipossi 🥈

🥉 THIRD PLACE: SCP-7333 ("Business Lizard") - Written by Zyn 🥉

All Entries

  1. SCP-7000 - The Loser by HarryBlank at 464
  2. SCP-7777 - Heptaphobia by Yossipossi at 332
  3. SCP-7333 - Business Lizard by Zyn at 282
  4. SCP-7999 - Meet Me in the Stars by fabledtiefling at 264
  5. SCP-7005 - The Neon God by Tufto at 253
  6. SCP-7001 - Site-19 by PlaguePJP at 251
  7. SCP-7500 - Luck of the Irish by Tstaffor at 216
  8. SCP-7700 - Dr. Cimmerian Almost Goes Out On a Limb by Doctor Cimmerian at 215
  9. SCP-7676 - The Grand Symphony of 1976 by S D Locke, notgull, simplexityyfvs, hoah2333 and yuuki410 at 206
  10. SCP-7007 - Misfortune Gorge by Grigori Karpin and Vivarium at 189
  11. SCP-7726 - So long, and thanks for all the fish. by Uncle Nicolini at 186
  12. SCP-7666 - UNDERVEGAS ORIENTATION: The House Loses by Rounderhouse at 176
  13. SCP-7002 - The Hungry Season by bigslothonmyface at 167
  14. SCP-7003 - Three White Horses by TheyCallMeTim at 166
  15. SCP-7004 - Insane, Wailing, Feral. by Ecronak and AnAnomalousWriter at 163
  16. SCP-7320 - Serendipity by Raddagher at 157
  17. SCP-7100 - At Rainbow's End by Captain Kirby at 149
  18. SCP-7006 - Initiative by Liryn, Ihp, LizardWizard, DarkStuff and Djoric at 146
  19. SCP-7997 - Corporate Apotheosis by LORDXVNV at 137
  20. SCP-7200 - boats. by smlt and aismallard at 132
  21. SCP-7600 - Six Feet Under by Ralliston at 126
  22. SCP-7070 - Amaranthine by Dysadron and J Dune at 124
  23. SCP-7300 - PLANKTON!!! by Ellie3 at 123
  24. SCP-7290 - Bullet Hell by Weryllium at 116
  25. SCP-7013 - Thirteen Indeed by Fishish and Jack Waltz at 115
  26. SCP-7400 - Your Honor, League of Legends by Calibold and sherf at 112
  27. SCP-7015 - Mangaka in the High Castle: Melancholy of the Rising Sun by Veralta and thd-glasses at 111
  28. SCP-7900 - A Place to Drown in by Its a Bad Idea at 105
  29. SCP-7043 - Murphy Law in… Skip 7000 - THE MONTAUK FALCON! by cwazzycwafter at 102
  30. SCP-7008 - A Single Plastic Rose by TheCommunity at 102
  31. SCP-7770 - Stomachache by Sonderance at 92
  32. SCP-7800 - Samsara by Aftokrator at 91
  33. SCP-7010 - We Will Endure by stormbreath and Lt Flops at 89
  34. SCP-7009 - All Roads Lead To Rome by Esoterica at 88
  35. SCP-7766 - New World Order by JakdragonX at 84
  36. SCP-7998 - Eel Days by AnActualCrow at 81
  37. SCP-7555 - ATHAZAGORAPHOBIA by Dr_Moist at 80
  38. SCP-7776 - The UnWell by Dr Balthazaar at 79
  39. SCP-7153 - I'll tell you anyfin! by TheCommunity at 77
  40. SCP-7011 - MICROMANAGEMENT by LAN 2D at 76
  41. SCP-7622 - Alcoholics Anomalous by JayKillbam at 75
  42. SCP-7616 - SCP-7616-ARC - The Ballad of Captain Adrian and Primrose Fatish Von Trevil by Fantem at 74
  43. SCP-7020 - The Voyagers by swordlover87 and QoDaX at 73
  44. SCP-7077 - Where Sky Meets Sea by Elenee FishTruck and DodoDevil at 72
  45. SCP-7147 - What Could Have Been by Nitro147 at 68
  46. SCP-7771 - As Luck Would Have It by Dr Asteria and weiserthanyou at 67
  47. SCP-7222 - Pool Boy by Tyumen at 64
  48. SCP-7780 - Something Wicked This Way Comes by A Random Day at 62
  49. SCP-7772 - Mr. Rogers in a Bloodstained Sweater by OthellotheCat at 62
  50. SCP-7711 - Alone. by Agisuru at 57
  51. SCP-7030 - What Comes to Pass by weizhong at 56
  52. SCP-7314 - Horn of Plenty by Kothardarastrix at 56
  53. SCP-7654 - SCiPCoin by Alexander the Jar at 53
  54. SCP-7778 - Chancemaker by stoner99 at 53
  55. SCP-7501 - My Best, Oldest, and Newest Friend by MrIverson at 53
  56. SCP-7037 - Lucky Clover by Dr Trintavon at 53
  57. SCP-7890 - M.T.F. S.O.L., S.N.A.F.U. by Anorrack at 50
  58. SCP-7390 - Grimsley Trudge by Jack Ike at 48
  59. SCP-7714 - Fortunate Souls by TheDarkArtist, AvocadoMilk and SphereFinale at 48
  60. SCP-2001-EX - Maman, Why Does My Head Hurt? by Annabelle Dillard at 47
  61. SCP-7316 - Bets Against The Void by Jackyfudge, meltedbee and Florita at 47
  62. SCP-7888 - A Reminder by Penton at 47
  63. SCP-7012 - chaos you are my angel by Fish^12 at 46
  64. SCP-7755 - A Hole Dug With a Rabbit's Foot by Crow-Cat at 45
  65. SCP-7760 - Unfortunate Events by Jacob Conwell at 45
  66. SCP-7268 - The Spark of Life by Blindbeard at 44
  67. SCP-7014 - Praise Be Unto Thee, Oh Dice Gods by Uncannyon at 43
  68. SCP-7050 - The Great Filter, and What Lies Beyond by Space_Kaiser at 43
  69. SCP-7150 - A Series of Misfortunate Events by slashannemoo at 43
  70. SCP-7205 - Just A Number by ManyMeats at 43
  71. SCP-7117 - The Cycle of PHOBOS by The Son of Man at 42
  72. SCP-7996 - Losing Interest by andromedaz at 39
  73. SCP-7473 - Every Pearl's Insides by basirskipreader at 38
  74. SCP-7027 - Noblesse Oblige by jackVS at 37
  75. SCP-7101 - Ms. Fortune by Roufhous at 37
  76. SCP-7162 - Lo Barato Sale Caro (Pinche Rana Envidiosa) by Agente Shuffle and Doc slash at 35
  77. SCP-7016 - Mutually Assured Destruction by Cydhra at 35
  78. SCP-7017 - The Platonic Conspiracy by Ethagon at 34
  79. SCP-7023 - The Last Remaining Variant by Utylike at 30
  80. SCP-7733 - The Limits of Plausibility by Monkeysky at 30
  81. SCP-7140 - Mysterium by WormAlmighty at 29
  82. SCP-7166 - Never Strikes Twice by MasonDHoyt at 27
  83. SCP-7085 - Pluck by RadioactiveRADS at 25
  84. SCP-7199 - Do Me a Favor and be Grateful for Yourself by winkwonkboi at 24
  85. SCP-7995 - And Wash This Place Clean from Sin by Sound Chaser at 24
  86. SCP-7250 - You Make Your Own by Maxyfran73 at 24
  87. SCP-7420 - Worst Case Scenario by Rhineriver at 24
  88. SCP-7042 - Mother Nature's Sketchbook by Arclund at 23
  89. SCP-7107 - Arrested Epiphany by Deadcanons at 22
  90. SCP-7802 - Decrease the possibility of containment failure. by Dr Hormress at 22
  91. SCP-7515 - The Parhelion Effect by DrRoses at 21
  92. SCP-7974 - TTRPGhost by RoweLucian at 21
  93. SCP-7019 - Premonition by Attila the Pun at 20
  94. SCP-7447 - Alfredo With A Side of Quantum Entanglement by J T K C at 17
  95. SCP-7177 - Business as Usual by Blue Foot at 17
  96. SCP-7018 - The Long Winding Road by MetalRavioli, Cole 13 and TopDownUnder at 16
  97. SCP-7994 - Calamity Jack Kennedy by Dr Phil McClaw at 15
  98. SCP-7111 - A World of Chance by ClownSlayer at 14
  99. SCP-7878 - Moving Past The Feeling by Felixou at 14
  100. SCP-7707 - SPONTANEOUS LOVE by riftwqlker at 14
  101. SCP-7123 - Dice with Death by RossBossARTS at 14
  102. SCP-7208 - The Dice Always Land by Agent Henson at 13
  103. SCP-7021 - Out Of Luck by Moonhorse96 at 13
  104. SCP-7350 - Kancra Bodas by nahyesq at 12
  105. SCP-7022 - Providence by GreenGolem at 11
  106. SCP-7171 - Skywatching by Abrethe, Sirslash47 and Nyelo at 11
  107. SCP-7060 - A Place of No Fortune by FluffyDog00 at 10
  108. SCP-7024 - Lucky Cola (or the dirty secret of why it tastes so good) by Jakuwoski at 10
  109. SCP-7231 - Reaper's Spear by Percevale at 10
  110. SCP-7046 - Unwilling Blood by XHAWK77X at 8
  111. SCP-7075 - "Twins" by redredred at 8
  112. SCP-7599 - The Odds, Eternally In His Favor by GoldenChanges at 6
  113. SCP-7490 - Have Faith, and Take Some Chances by Strange Matter at 6
  114. SCP-7986 - Destiny's Waves by DigitalPrincess234 at 6
  115. SCP-7134 - Born 'Neath a Lucky Star by Pinoccappuccino at 4
  116. SCP-7381 - Recovered Device from Jupiter by Ruskied at 0
  117. SCP-7489 - Better Luck Next Time by fairydoctor at -1
  118. SCP-7025 - Cotton Observation by Doctor Zurvan at -4
  119. SCP-7099 - Pseudepigrapha by Karathh at -7

Stats and Trivia

Luckiest1: SCP-7878 - "Moving Past The Feeling" by Felixou

Most Discussed2: SCP-7000 - "The Loser" by HarryBlank

Best Grade3: SCP-7020 - "The Voyagers" by Swordlover87 and QoDaX, with all upvotes

Electioneer4: SCP-7000 - "The Loser" by HarryBlank

Freshman Class5: SCP-7107 - "Arrested Epiphany" by Deadcanons as the only surviving entry with a new object class

I'm So Meta Even This Article6: SCP-7700 - "Dr. Cimmerian Goes Out On a Limb" by Doctor Cimmerian

Break-Out Performance7: SMLT8

Unsung Hero9: SCP-7268 - "The Spark of Life" by Blindbeard

Most disliked by people with good taste10: SCP-7400 - "Your Honor, League of Legends" by Calibold and Sherf

Most Interactive11: SCP-7006 - "Initiative" by Liryn, LizardWizard, Ihp, DarkStuff, and Djoric12

Most Media13: SCP-7007 - "Misfortune Gorge" by Grigori Karpin and Vivarium

Comeback King14: SCP-7166 - "Never Strikes Twice" by MasonDHoyt

Safe: SCP-7007 - "Misfortune Gorge" by Grigori Karpin and Vivarium

Euclid: SCP-7000 - "The Loser" by HarryBlank

Keter: SCP-7777 - "Heptaphobia" by YossiPossi

Thaumiel: SCP-7005 - "The Neon God" by Tufto

Neutralized: SCP-7500 - "Luck of the Irish" by Tstaffor

Pending: SCP-7003 - "Three White Horses" by TheyCallMeTim

Apollyon: SCP-7004 - "Insane, Wailing, Feral." by Ecronak

Archon: SCP-7600 - "Six Feet Under" by Ralliston

Longest: SCP-7006 - "Initiative" by Liryn, LizardWizard, Ihp, DarkStuff, and Djoric

Shortest: SCP-7290 - "Bullet Hell" by Weryllium

First Posted: SCP-7400 - "Your Honor, League of Legends" by Calibold and Sherf

Last Posted: SCP-7013 - "Thirteen Indeed" by Fishish and Jack Waltz

MAST's Nightmare15: SCP-7390 - "Grimsley Trudge" by Jack Ike

Tagless16: SCP-7008 - "A Single Plastic Rose" by Anonymous

For users who cast more than 100 votes in the contest (on non-deleted entries)

Ethagon: 105 votes
Maxyfran73: 110 votes
MuseofScience: 112 votes
Weryllium: 116 votes
MikuKaneko: 117 votes
totallynotenby: 118 votes
LightlessLantern: 119 votes
Whatthedogdid24: 119 votes

September 2nd

So, what is a Kcon anyway?

A little over a month or so ago, you may have noticed an absence of articles or perhaps a lack of authors overall! Well, it was that time of year again when everyone runs to their writing stations to prepare for the newest k-con!

Most of the 6000s have already filled up, meaning everyone was getting ready to place their first dibs on their favourite 7000 slots, including the triple ‘O’ spot itself. If you’ve ever wondered how we choose who gets what or why everyone is freaking out so much about this contest specifically, then this article is for you!

In the past, we have had six of these k-contests, each pulling the best of the best from the community and giving us the first article to start the new slots. So far, that's included a top 15 article of all time; SCP-5000. Five of the six have made it into the top 35! That may seem low, but out of the approximate 7000+ SCPs, that cracks at being in the top 0.5%.


K-con winners article votes at time of winning.

If you haven’t guessed already, to win the contest you must achieve the most upvotes of all other participants at the moment of the contest's closure. The prize for all that hard work? A pretty number.

That doesn’t sound too impressive, but winning the contest comes with massive bragging rights and is not something anyone takes lightly. It takes insane amounts of skill, dedication, and, dare I say, luck to make it to number one and stay there. With all the competition, everyone is fighting for reads, and critique is harsher than ever.

The prizes don't end there, though. Everyone who participated picks in order of their position what slot they’d like to take in the new slots/It's first dibs on numbers that are usually stolen off the bat, such as; 7500, 7999, 7777 and 7001.

As hard as it sounds, winning is an extraordinary and honourable position. Don’t let fears about being new, inexperienced or being a lesser-known author deter you from participating. Many new or unestablished users have gotten their foot in the door just by participating due to the high influx of activity on the site while the contest occurs. There's also a unique method introduced to keep users from drafting too far ahead; themes.
Every k-contest has a theme chosen at the very start, this year’s being “Luck.”

Themes are an interesting way of keeping authors on their toes and providing a challenge or perhaps a prompt that keeps the contest less spontaneous and random. The theme is usually known by very few staff, so you should never be worried that someone has an advantage over you.


K-con winners article votes as of recently.

Past themes have included Urban Legends, Sci-fi, Horror, History, Mystery, and Nature. Though, if you go through the winners of each respective theme, you’ll often find that the theme is tied in loosely, playing its role but not defining the entry in its whole. Themes are a fun guideline, encouraging thinking outside the box.

The thousand contests are a time for celebration, collaboration, and a peak in the site’s creativity. Whether you participate or not, whether you write or create in wholly unique ways, it’s a time when we can relish the spotlight we deserve.

- By Luxaiko

Features Last Month

Top Articles of the Month

Ratings of course do not mean everything, but they are representative of what people happened to like seeing at the time. With this in mind, the following are the top-rated works last month, so if by some chance you haven't encountered them yet, be sure to check them out!

Top-Rated SCP

SCP-6765 by djkaktus: The Demon Ogier and the Bleeding Throne of Malidraug

The following is a containment directive issued by the Office of O5-1, pursuant to the Project PARAGON Terms of Organization. The contents therein are restricted to Project PARAGON Senior Leadership.

Top-Rated Non-SCP

The First Occult Flame War by Guezma, Ralliston, and Zygard

To celebrate this, I have decided to allow you to glimpse into a part of my brilliant mind, or as you youth would call it, "host an AMA."

Front Page Features

Every month, an article is selected from each of the three common article types: SCP, Tale, and Group of Interest Format. These three articles are displayed on the front page for the month to bring further recognition to them.

If you would like to view the previous front page features, you can view the archive for the SCPs here, the archive for the Tales here, and the archive for the GoI Formats here!

SCP Article

SCP-6599 by J Dune and PlaguePJP: HOGSLICE

WALDO.aic currently tracks all known accounts under the username “HOGSLICE.”


Úlla na Folla by Neatpicky

The Library was always a quiet place.


Lloyd! by Aloices

He's very good at Monopoly, mind you, even if he says he doesn't practice often.

Reviewers' Spotlights

Works are featured on the site’s front page as part of the Reviewers’ Spotlight, which acknowledges the time and effort spent by forum reviewers helping other authors develop and edit and their works for the mainsite. Each month, community members are encouraged to nominate forum reviewers who have been both particularly helpful and active. Members of the Forum Criticism Team will then discuss the nominations, and select four prominent reviewers to choose the month’s Reviewers’ Spotlight front-page features.

If you would like to view previous spotlights, you can view the archive for them here!

1st of August

SCP-6739: An Absence Of... Something? by NDHeckfire [Featured by DrApricus]

Foundation personnel are allowed to visit and use Site-400's cafeteria as usual.

9th of August

Down With The Sickness by The Great Hippo [Featured by Alzin Cdag]

It feels like her brain is slathered in honey and her head is filled with ravenous, vengeful wasps.

17th of August

SCP-5392: The Voyage of the Tachyon Express by Tao McCawley [Featured by fairydoctor]

[Please, for everyone's sake, come back to the table. You have nothing to lose by talking.]

24th of August

SCP-3262: Babyblade by Jack Waltz [Featured by Dr Sage Evergreen]

[SCP-3262's first anomalous effect manifests when it is used to cut food.]

SCP Data & Trends

All the goings-on of the site condensed into bite-sized takeaways! Is there a statistic or figure you would be interested in knowing? Let us know and we can feature it next time!

We're still recovering from the loss of our data infrastructure in the Wikidot outage, so please bear with us if our stats are more rudimentary than before.


Thank you so much for reading the SCP Wiki's Site News!

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