News for November 2016

Welcome to this installment of site news, where we give thanks for having a constantly growing audience and writerbase!

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

On-Site News

Featured Articles

  • The featured articles for this month are SCP-1250 ("Alternate Reality Recorders") by UncleJoeUncleJoe and Rough Beast by zaratustrazaratustra. One's about tape recorders with some weird discrepancies, and the other's about how the Broken God becomes whole with the help of some unlikely sources. Check them out!
  • The featured articles for October were SCP-1881 ("Arcade Machine") by zaratustrazaratustra and Tales of the Foundation Force Five by CryogenChaosCryogenChaos. One's about a game that you can't stop playing, and the other is about the heroic adventures of the Senior Staff Superheroes. Check them out!

Event-Featured Articles

  • November 6 was the end of Daylight Savings Time! A time to contemplate the illusion of time, and for those of us who don’t turn the clock at all, to celebrate Saint Simon's Day with MulciberMulciber this year…
  • November 15 was National Clear Out Your Refrigerator Day! Hopefully there weren’t any fridges that fought back when they were being cleaned. For those interested in how a fridge can go wrong, marslifeformmarslifeform tells us about An Exercise in Futility.
  • November 21 was World Hello Day! Anyone could participate by verbally greeting ten people that day! Think on the importance of communication for peace, and read about The Harbinger as DrEverettMannDrEverettMann tells us the story of a lonely biomechanical entity with a mission and a message.

Rest of the News

Missing out on articles? Enjoy a recap on the articles from the past month1. RogetRoget guest-starred to create the SCP blurbs for the first half of November. A Random DayA Random Day created everything else. As the holidays kick into high gear, enjoy!

Week of November 1st:

SCP-2798 has collapsed. They have found us. They want us back.


  • SCP-2858 ("As Though the Wasps Themselves Had Put It There") - Soap from Corpses Products diversifies. Sold by TaffetaTaffeta.
  • SCP-2567 ("Corpse Warden") - The graveyard shift is a lonely one. Guarded by SpookyBee does not match any existing user name.
  • SCP-026-J ("A Cold Post") - Boy, don't you feel stupid now. Written by DrMagnusDrMagnus.
  • SCP-2916 ("A Lamb, a Shepherd, and a Wolf") - Hey guys, check out my brand new original character! Penned by AbsentmindedNihilistAbsentmindedNihilist.
  • SCP-2942 ("My Other Car is a Fighter Jet") - My car can be whatever I want it to be. Driven by Zacharia HZacharia H.
  • SCP-2578 ("Remove Tyrant from Premises") - But what do we do about the tyranny of the majority? Rallied by daveyoufooldaveyoufool.
  • SCP-2517 ("This One Time I Saw God On Shrooms") - Let's take a trip or two today. And tomorrow. Smoked by ch00bakkach00bakka.
  • SCP-2441 ("Almost Eight") - What time is it? What is time? Pondered by l33trl33tr.
  • Kalinin's Proposal - "It's all happening. They're not out there anymore. They're already here…" A multi-part 001 proposal by KalininKalinin.
  • SCP-067-EX ("Rurik Inn") - Come on down to the old Rurik Inn, for good food and company… EekiumEekium is the proprietor.
  • SCP-810-J ("A Dog In Need Of Funds") - This dog will tell you a tale. Spun by AbsentmindedNihilistAbsentmindedNihilist.
  • SCP-2348 ("Diamond Engine") - We don't know what it does… and it keeps moving. Written by CrazylaikaCrazylaika.
  • SCP-2395 ("$҉ 585.98") - A lone shack in Antartica patiently waits to make a once-in-a-lifetime sale, all for the price of a thirty-year old, well used Subaru. Priced by AccelerandoAccelerando.
  • SCP-2961 ("Los Ocultos") - Pablo Escobar never had anything like this. Kidnapped by WilsWils.
  • SCP-2387 ("Raze and Build and Raze and Build") - Have you ever just hated your neighbor? Written by Gaffney does not match any existing user name.



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Week of November 15th:

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  • SCP-2936 ("Giant Nazi Robot") - Deep in a frozen wasteland, a machine tends to a master race that will never be born. Grown by VoctVoct.
  • SCP-2436 ("One of the Huldufólk") - Come hell or high water, this cave troll will keep the Olvirssons' home as it has for generations. Written by scarhaverscarhaver.
  • SCP-1394 ("Dream Syringe") - Mind over matter. Written originally by MookVanguardMookVanguard, rewritten by Communism will winCommunism will win.
  • SCP-2417 ("Deity Worshiping Origami") - The paper octopus demands a blood sacrifice to save the world. Folded by -9Volt--9Volt-.
  • SCP-2572 ("Broken Dreams on Dekalb Avenue") - Personal space or even common decency in general are unknown to the things that inhabit the New York Metro. Written by MrRoninMrRonin.
  • SCP-2479 (" I'm a Mean Lean Meme Dream Machine!") - You are a bunch of lab rats for the new justice system dreameez is cooking up for our planet. Now get lost. Dreamed up by Fingo7Fingo7.
  • SCP-2889 ("That Sweet, Clean Freshwater Smell") - There's something rotten in the town of Freshwater, Vermont… but it certainly isn't the water. Bottled by AbsentmindedNihilistAbsentmindedNihilist.
  • SCP-2354 ("Reasonable Accommodations") - Apparently, Euclid really did not like disabled people. Signed into law by Niblic does not match any existing user name.


  • Excerpts Regarding St. Sophia - "Surely you are no sorcerer-king of flesh, but a harbinger of the conqueror of Hunger! Where my god had failed, surely your God will banish Hunger, who dwells in flesh, from this world!" Sermonized by UnivineUnivine.
  • Different Kinds of Nihilism - The darkest places in hell are reserved for those who maintain their neutrality in times of moral crisis. Written by kinchtheknifebladekinchtheknifeblade.
  • The Last Site - It's the end of the world as we know it… so what happens to the people left behind? Written by jeffusanojeffusano.

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Week of November 22nd-30th

Let's talk about superweapons trafficking.


  • SCP-2465 ("Sadness is Temporary") - But it looks like I'm simultaneously creatively bankrupt while being more driven to write than ever. It's like, all I want to do is shit, but at this point I'm out of shit to shit, but I'm sitting on the shitter and it feels like I'm gonna be shitting out my intestines real soon. Created by ImmersturmImmersturm.
  • SCP-2826 ("The Boys from Patrol") - We can't have the coppers getting in the way of our radical protests. Benny! Give 'em the Three Stooges treatment! Written by Communism will winCommunism will win.
  • SCP-2815 ("Tree of Life") - Thus let us take into ourselves our beloved companion / Let us eat their flesh / Let us drink their blood / That they may stay with us till the end of our time. Written by NederbirdNederbird.
  • SCP-2433 ("This definitely does not help Bernie Sanders") - In fact, it may just kill him. Written by JorethJoreth.
  • SCP-2946 ("Overly Large E. Coli") - Giant adaptive germs. Cultivated by DrBleepDrBleep.
  • SCP-2487 ("Postman Chasers") - Rain or shine, snow or sleet, we deliver your mail! (But giant killer direwolves are optional…) Delivered by IhpIhp.
  • SCP-2829 ("Liposlugtion") - Slugs that suck the fat from your bones. What more can be said? Written by WerylliumWeryllium.
  • SCP-732-J ("Tiny Ceramic Seahorse") - VERY valuable seahorse donning hats at incredible good bargain! Hat made by ZynZyn.


GoI Formats:

  • First Ivàdy Donation - The Manna Charitable Foundation is always looking for sponsors and people willing to support their work - especially a Tree of Life. Companion piece to SCP-2815, both written by NederbirdNederbird.

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Fandom Stuff

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  • A Random DayA Random Day diligently scoured the web for all manner of fan art, but if you know of something he missed, let him or rumetzenrumetzen know!


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