SCP-6000 Contest Hub

Posting for the SCP-6000 contest has now closed! Big thanks to the wonderful community members who reviewed drafts for our contest entrants:


SCP-6000 Contest: Nature!

Nature! From the basics of life on earth, animals, plants, to the large scale components, ecosystems, extinctions, the atmosphere, this site has a rich history of articles that touch on, or are inspired by, the natural world. And beyond that, on a fundamental level, it’s a violation of the proverbial laws of nature that makes an SCP an SCP, isn’t it? There’s quite a lot to do with this one, and I look forward to seeing what you guys come up with!

Another series come and gone! It’s absolutely incredible, and it’s my personal honor to be able to help usher in a new series for the third(!!!) time! I remember back when I joined, no one thought the site would come as far as it has, in both quantity and quality, and it shocks me even to this day. Here’s to another thousand!


Writing: OVER
Reading/Voting: OVER

Posting Opens: May 25th, 2021, 12:01 AM Eastern Time
Posting Closes: June 1st, 2021, 12:01 AM Eastern Time
Results Decided: July 2nd

Results have been announced below!

To Enter:

Post your entry to the site with the url '6000contest<yourusername>' with your site user name in place of <yourusername.> For example, if a user named TroyL were to post an entry it would have the url 6000contesttroyl. This page must be posted by you (or, if it is a collaboration, one of the partners). Add the tag "6000" to your entry so it shows up on this page.

Do not post before posting opens; this will result in a disqualification!

Additionally, authors are required to post their top five slot selections (excluding the 6000), in descending order if applicable, in the comments of their piece. Failure to do so may result in you losing your place in the queue and your article being assigned an arbitrary placement.


  1. SCP-6000: The Serpent, the Moose, and the Wanderer's Library by Rounderhouse (463)
  2. SCP-6666: The Demon Hector and the Dread Titania by djkaktus (448)
  3. SCP-6140: The True Empire by stormbreath, aismallard (353)
  4. SCP-6001: Avalon by T Rutherford (340)
  5. SCP-6999: Nearer, My God, To Thee by Elenee FishTruck (329)
  6. SCP-6500: Inevitable by Ihp, DarkStuff, Grigori Karpin, Aethris, HarryBlank, S D Locke, Placeholder McD (313)
  7. SCP-6002: All Creatures Great and Small by bigslothonmyface (312)
  8. SCP-6969: the joke is sex by Yossipossi (222)
  9. SCP-6400: Out There by UraniumEmpire (204)
  10. SCP-6996: Does the Red Moon Howl? by Dysadron (198)
  11. SCP-6005: Cascadia by Tufto (194)
  12. SCP-6003: Beacon by PlaguePJP, AnActualCrow, J Dune (173)
  13. SCP-6004: The Rainbow Serpent by Dr Balthazaar (173)
  14. SCP-6800: The White Ashes by Marcelles_Raynes (164)
  15. SCP-6333: The Butterfly Effect by Zyn (163)
  16. SCP-6789: Return. Return. Return. by Its a Bad Idea, Ralliston, Trotskyeet (149)
  17. SCP-6010: Carcinization by Mooagain (134)
  18. SCP-6217: The Emergence by Re_spectators, Pedagon (132)
  19. SCP-6006: Theseus by CityToast (130)
  20. SCP-6100: On Golden Skies by Modulum (118)
  21. SCP-6007: Wanderlust by Captain Kirby (118)
  22. SCP-6009: Powerhouse by Joreth (110)
  23. SCP-6200: INSOMNIUM by JakdragonX (109)
  24. SCP-6008: Noah's Ark by MalyceGraves, DrAkimoto (107)
  25. SCP-6700: A Mithers' Love Underneath an Orkney Sky by DrBleep (104)
  26. SCP-6600: Spidercon by Limeyy, margssentif, Quadraginta, chiifu, CelesteKar (102)
  27. SCP-6011: Flat Earth by The Son of Man (93)
  28. SCP-6699: The Rhizome of our Minds by DodoDevil (92)
  29. SCP-6665: BLACKBOX by Lamentte (89)
  30. SCP-6660: The Machines on Which We Run by Jacob Conwell (88)
  31. SCP-6998: SCP Author Cerastes's Untitled SCP-6000 Contest Entry by Cerastes (83)
  32. SCP-6357: The Assimilator by Dr Lerche (81)
  33. SCP-6667: For the Love of Humanity by TheyCallMeTim (79)
  34. SCP-6463: An Ending by EstrellaYoshte (73)
  35. SCP-6300: Prophecies by Sterbai (72)
  36. SCP-6012: Let It Go. by Sonderance (71)
  37. SCP-6997: De Rerum Natura by OrbeezTertius (69)
  38. SCP-6900-D: The House of Stars by Calibri Bold (67)
  39. SCP-6020: But Doctor, I AM the Earth God Hepolokoli by Uncannyon (60)
  40. SCP-6060: Only Human by Oboebandgeek99, Mew-ltiverse (60)
  41. SCP-6013: The Leviathan of the Aegean by Rhys Tanner (60)
  42. SCP-6420: Arachno-lagophobia by fairydoctor (58)
  43. SCP-6711: Only Time Will Tell by JayKillbam (56)
  44. SCP-6090: Therianthropy Virus by ChaosMageX (56)
  45. SCP-6464: Babyggdrasil by GerrymanderBassist, Dagel (55)
  46. SCP-6935: "And Who Will Forgive Us When He's Gone?" by quickestsilver (53)
  47. SCP-6528: To Contain Nature by Cydhra (52)
  48. SCP-6942: Darwin's Nightmare by Sidewindered (51)
  49. SCP-6030: Into The Wild by weizhong (51)
  50. SCP-6783: Notes from 1 Billion Years by DrBlueJay (49)
  51. SCP-6125: The Hytoth Theorem by Dr Moned (46)
  52. SCP-6174: You Are Not Here by Maramas (45)
  53. SCP-6776: Reclamation by TopDownUnder (44)
  54. SCP-6995: Cannabincognito by ObserverSeptember (43)
  55. SCP-6991: Den by SirSlash47 (43)
  56. SCP-6099: Unveiled by R4_EX (43)
  57. SCP-6028: Unprecedented Times by Oricat, Indices (42)
  58. SCP-6014: All For The Better by ItsDenali (41)
  59. SCP-6134: Fountain of Living Waters by daviiid (41)
  60. SCP-6715: Path to Paradise by Nitro147 (41)
  61. SCP-6676-D: Unless by Kensing (40)
  62. SCP-6015: Nature's Stance by Cole 13, Rose the Changeling (36)
  63. SCP-6374: Even A Dead God Can Dream by weiserthanyou (35)
  64. SCP-6992: Nature's Cycle by MightyMightyena (35)
  65. SCP-6016: When Elephants Still Did Magic by Ethagon (34)
  66. SCP-6050: Lake of Colors by nahyesq (32)
  67. SCP-6886: At The Center by AWeirdBird (31)
  68. SCP-6883: a story about metamorphosis and a castle by TheBoxofFun, Veralta, Luke McDonut (29)
  69. SCP-6525: Fuck Your Family by SketchyThoughts (29)
  70. SCP-6173: Art - The Origin - by Karathh, ponhiro (29)
  71. SCP-6017: Just a quiz? by TheVerT (28)
  72. SCP-6026: The Bioluminescence That Roams by Parad00xx (28)
  73. SCP-6018: To See My Childhood Burn by Nameless Mediocre (28)
  74. SCP-6288: Methuselah's Grove by Pinoccappuccino(25)
  75. SCP-6129: It Was Right Here by k9898 (22)
  76. SCP-6043: Mrs C. Gren by Dr Golden (22)
  77. SCP-6901: Loss by TheAlienBaby (21)
  78. SCP-6111: Memoria by Felixou (19)
  79. SCP-6669: Endlessly Fucking Space by Rigen (18)
  80. SCP-6021: Root by wagyusteak (15)
  81. SCP-6685: Forest of the Dead by Aaris (14)
  82. SCP-6994: Sins of the Water, Crimes of the Son by Elunerazim (12)
  83. SCP-6051: General Winter by thesilentking (7)
  84. SCP-6019: Giah-Rex by Doggol (6)
  85. SCP-6040: Cat Warbler by Jorako (5)
  86. SCP-6736: The Beast Within by Dr Zerachiel (4)
  87. SCP-6022: Of Two Different Natures by dababyconvertible (2)
  88. SCP-6336: Everything Dies, Baby, That's a Fact by plaidypus (1)
  89. SCP-6422: A Stone on A Mountain by PhStr1228 (1)
  90. SCP-6543: A Natural Disaster by DrowningDutchman (-5)
  91. SCP-6023: What I Saw In The Eye of Atlas by Iapetus the Acausal (-7)
  92. SCP-6712: The Nature of the Nature by Kawasaki kidou (-9)


  • Be good to each other, seriously.
  • Placing is based on net vote total, in descending order.
  • Any contestant who takes unusual and/or negative actions to increase their vote total, or decrease that of their competitors, will be disqualified for the involved contest and potentially banned from further contests (and possibly further disciplinary action).
    • Examples of shenanigans include, but are in no way limited to:
      • Downvoting all of your competitors' work within minutes of them being posted
      • Spamming people with PMs about your work
      • Spurring Malicious Upvoting/Downvoting, whether on your work or anyone else's
    • Voting should be based on the merits of the article alone, not whether or not you believe it deserves to win the contest. Theme-related disqualification is determined by the contest marshals. Voting on a piece based on your desire to see it win or lose the contest is grounds for disqualification.
    • If you're not sure if something counts as shenanigans, then it probably does, but feel free to ask a Community Outreach Member.
  • One entry per user
  • Collaborations are allowed, but that will count as the one entry for all participants
  • Pre-existing drafts are allowed, so long as they have never been posted to the wiki
  • 'Nature' shall be interpreted very broadly. So long as you can explain how your work relates to nature as a concept, in any interpretation, it'll likely be accepted. The theme is here to inspire, not constrain. If you're not sure if it'll count, feel free to ask one of the contest marshals listed below.
  • Edits to works are allowed.
  • Contest entries will undergo normal deletion processes.
  • The prize, obviously, is the SCP-6000 slot. Runners up get to choose other Series VII slots in order of place.
  • All Contest Marshals have the ability to disqualify entries for violations of the above-listed rules, egregiously poor sportsmanship not otherwise enumerated, or failure to fit the theme. All decisions are appealable to ProcyonLotorProcyonLotor and/or taylor_itkin does not match any existing user name.

Contest Marshals

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