Synthwave September

Le Perv by Carpenter Brut from the album “Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number 2015

This is an intense Synthwave track from the Ultraviolent epic, Hotline Miami 2. This particular piece plays during a prison break, and boy, does it fit! It starts with rhythmic bass, accompanied by a droning synthesizer. You can hear police sirens in the background, and this really adds to the dangerous atmosphere. Then, around the 47 second mark, the beat intensifies! We hear a blaring synth, and immediately feel anxiety. I’ve got to give credit to Carpenter Brut and Devolver Digital for using this amazing joyride of a song in the game. Tell me what you think of this piece in the comments’ section below.

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwi4lLjCipzWAhVY22MKHY9ADw8QyCkIKzAA&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.youtube.com%2Fwatch%3Fv%3DRYtVf0wvPpc&usg=AFQjCNGHagDWAe1i4T4N2gPCsYyqbH9eHQ

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Another Bizarre SCP (Tuesdays)

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Some readers may find this disturbing. Viewer discretion is advised!

Hello fellow researchers! It’s Tuesday, and the Foundation has opened its doors once again. I hope you are ready for this week’s entry. Now, grab your Class S protective equipment, and let’s enter the facility.

  • Mimic “Crabs” SCP-236 Object Class: Keter

Description: SCP-236 appears to be a swarm of near-microscopic crabs. Individuals match no known form of crustacean, and elements of their physiology appear to point to an artificial origin (See Document BLANK). SCP-236 appears to operate under a form of collective intelligence or “hive mind”. This intelligence appears to grow when individual SCP-236 are in close proximity, and dissipate when they are divided.

Large swarms appear to exhibit “predatory” intelligence, and become significantly more aggressive than individuals. Swarms show aptitude with problem solving, encircling tactics, and stealth. In addition, swarms appear able to take on the physical aspects and appearance of inanimate objects, such as doors, chairs, or even complex patterns such as those found in paintings, for extended periods of time. This mimicry is near perfect under casual observation, and requires detailed observation to detect. Swarms will sometimes even destroy existing objects and replace them in what appears to be an attempt at better disguise.

SCP-236 can create additional individuals out of an organic matter. This includes wood, cotton, or other materials derived from an organic source. SCP-236 units appear to remove small portions of matter with their pincers, consume it, then lay small spherical “eggs”, which hatch into new members after ten minutes. Juvenile SCP-236 look identical to adults but are smaller in size, and lack the chemicals used in the defensive response. Juvenile reach full adult size after six hours.

SCP-236 individuals appear to fear light, rapid movement, or loud noises. This fear is reduced in proportion to the number of units in a swarm, but even large collectives can be startled by a sudden sound or bright light. SCP-236 that are startled while mimicking an object will rapidly break apart into individual units, which will then scatter and hide. Swarm regrouping can take up to 24 hours.

While cornered, or unable to escape quickly, SCP-236 units will initiate their “defensive response”. This entails a unit raising its pincers, and then detonating with an explosion equivalent to 9.07 kg (20lb) of C-4 explosive. Initial research suggests that this is the result of an internal chemical reaction involving the mixture of three normally inert chemicals. Collection of these chemicals has been problematic due to the relatively minute size of storage chambers, and the likelihood of startling SCP-236 during the procedure.

SCP-236 will use humans or any other living things as a resource, provided the swarm is of a sufficient size. Moderate size swarms can convert a whole human being in less than five minutes. Individual SCP-236 have also been observed entering the human body, typically while the subject is asleep, and begin to consume it from the inside out. This behavior, coupled with mimicry and the defensive response, make SCP-236 very difficult to detect and contain effectively.

Addendum: While SCP-236 has not been observed to mimic organic life, the possibility exists for SCP-236 to develop this behavior. Notably, during testing on [DATA EXPUNGED]. Such formations are to be immediately reported, and testing area cleared immediately.

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Another Strange SCP (Tuesdays)

Some readers  may find this disturbing. Viewer discretion is advised!

Information found on scp-wiki.net

Hello fellow researchers! It’s Tuesday, and the Foundation has opened its doors once again. Now, grab your Class S equipment, and let’s begin!

  • Poison Wood Foal SCP-805 Object Class: Euclid

Description: SCP-805 is an assortment of branches and roots twisted into the shape of a young horse, approximately 101.6 centimeters high. Its interior is completely hollow of any organs; however, the object is mobile, mimicking the movements and instincts of a typical young foal. It is drawn towards human presences, actively seeking contact with skin, and has reported as being ‘very friendly’ when approached. It does not require food or water and there has been  no growth recorded since containment in 20(blank). Scrapings of wood from its frame have revealed it to be of an unknown species related to the ‘poison-oak’ plant, Toxicodendron diversilobum.

Upon contact with SCP-805, human skin shows signs of irritation not unlike that caused by poison-oak. The skin turns red and begins to itch as small red bumps erupt from the flesh. No remedy prescribed for poison-oak will ease the itching or rash. Two to three days after the rash has appeared, the irritation will flare and spread rapidly until the entire surface of the skin is covered. Subjects have reported excruciating pain both internal and external, with skin beginning to change color between pale brown or green. Movement in the joints becomes stiff and increasingly more difficult. As the internal blood pressure rises, blood will be forced out various orifices of the subject, including their eyes and fingernails. Bone width increases, and muscle is absorbed into the widening bones which thicken rapidly, causing [DATA EXPUNGED] to the subject’s body like that of SCP-805 itself.

The transformation has been observed to take 3 to 8 hours, depending on how much bare skin was infected by SCP-805, each result ending with the subject [DATA EXPUNGED]. X-rays have showed them to be completely hollow inside. However, it is theorized that the subject may still be aware and conscious as, despite no mobility, pulse or breathing found post-transformation, the remains have been observed creaking and groaning as if attempting to move. They do not respond to tests with normal stimuli and most noises appear to occur when in the vicinity of SCP-805.

These corpses do not carry the infection of SCP-805 to other humans, but it is still recommended that they are handled with thick gloves to prevent splinters. Remains are observed for a time after transformation before being incinerated.

Addendum 865-01: SCP-805 was discovered in the (blank) countryside, with authorities alerting the Foundation after a series of [DATA EXPUNGED]. SCP-805 did not resist capture and containment, but resulted in the deaths of (blank) staff during this time. Its origin and age are unknown.

foal                     

Another Strange SCP (Tuesdays)

Some readers may find this disturbing. Viewer discretion is advised! If you have a weak stomach, don’t read this!

Info found on scp-wiki.net

Hello fellow researchers! It’s Tuesday, and you know what that means! Yes, it’s time for us to enter the Foundation once again. Now, grab you Class S protective gear, and let’s begin!

  •  The Plush Toy SCP-309 Object Class: Euclid

Description: SCP-309 is a small, plush stuffed animal that looks as if it has been completely inside out. Golden-orange fur is present along the seems, while a small amount of cotton stuffing and two protruding eyes are visible on the head. The interior of SCP-309 is under-stuffed with cotton, giving it a flexible and cuddly feel.

SCP-309 has no effect on inanimate objects; however, contact with living subjects is both dangerous and life-threatening. Humans and animals lightly brushing SCP-309 with a finger or similarly small portion of the body display severe, non-localized discomfort for tens of minutes afterward. Humans also report feeling extreme nausea    , despite the fact that SCP-309 does not induce vomiting. The discomfort and nausea are so overwhelming that even the most hardened subjects have proven unable to  voluntarily maintain contact with SCP-309 for longer than a few seconds.

If SCP-309 is pressed firmly against a subject, or the subject quickly picks up SCP-309 and attempts to hold it, the subject will be violently and painfully turned inside-out over the course of five to ten seconds. Skeletons are unaltered, but all soft tissues are inverted such that muscles, tendons, ligaments, and various internal organs are resituated on the exterior of the body. Though rarely fatal, the process is irreversible and is universally reported by subjects to be the worst pain of their lives, even by sufferers of cluster headaches, which themselves are said to be more sever than childbirth or the sting of the Paraponera clavata (Bullet Ant).

This is a picture of the SCP:

plush

 

And this is what happened to Agent (???) after discovering it: *Trigger Warning*!

agent (???) 

Another Interesting SCP (Tuesdays)

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Hello fellow researchers! It’s Tuesday, and you know what that means! Yes, it’s time to explore the Foundation once again! Now, grab your Class S protective gear, and let’s begin!

  • Candied Worms SCP-839 Object Class: Safe

Description: SCP-839 appears to be a species of annelid composed of sugar, flavoring, and coloring. A microscopic label stating “CANDIED WORM” is found near each instance’s posterior, followed by a smaller label stating the instance’s “flavor”. Each “flavor” is currently designated as SCP-839-x. 

SCP-839 is generally found in temperate areas. SCP-839’s diet mainly consists of decomposing organic matter, however when there is no decaying matter apparent SCP-839 may ingest live plant matter. SCP-839 sexually reproduces. Mating [REDACTED] , followed by the egg hatching into a newborn instance of SCP-839.

When SCP-839 is ingested by any mammal, it will burrow through the stomach lining and towards a specialized organ. The choice of organ appears to be dependent on SCP-839’s “flavor”. SCP-839 will then attach itself to the organ and slowly ingest it. While the organ disappears, SCP-839 will change in form and chemical composition in order to match the organ. SCP-839 does not act as a perfect replacement, and other effects may occur. This process may take (BLANK) to (BLANK) days to complete.

SCP-839 has an average lifespan of three years. Users of SCP-839 are recommended to replace their integrated instance with a new instance every two years.

Addendum 839-1: Current “flavors” of SCP-839

“Flavor”,Color, Organ Replaced, Other Effects, and Designation

Cherry (Red) (Heart Replaced) (Increased blood sugar, Type-2 Diabetes) SCP-839-1

Blue Raspberry (Blue) (One Kidney Replaced ) (Blue urine) SCP-839-2

Green Apple (Green) (One Eye Replaced)  (Mild hallucinations, “greenish” tint) SCP-839-3

Watermelon (Pink) (Brain Replaced) (DATA EXPUNGED) SCP-839-4

Lemon (Yellow) (Stomach Replaced) (Less Fibre content, diarrhea) SCP-839-5 

Grape (Purple) (One Lung Replaced) (“Fruity” smell to breath) SCP-839-6

Orange (Orange) (Liver Replaced) (Increased acidity of bloodstream: (NOT RECOMMENDED!) SCP-839-7

scp839 A Cherry Flavored Variant of SCP-839

 

  

Another Strange SCP (Tuesdays)

Hello fellow researchers! It’s Tuesday, and you know what that means! Yes, it’s time to take another look an interesting SCP. Now, grab your Class S protective gear, and let’s step into the Foundation!

All info found scp-wiki.net

  • Eyeball SCP-718 Object Class: Keter

Description: SCP-718 is an eye, roughly the size of a baseball. It is supported by a long, thin stalk made of tendon and blood vessels. It stands 1.22m (4ft) tall, and appears to need no nourishment, nor excrete any waste. The eye will turn and follow any living thing in its field of vision. The stalk is capable of limited movement, and will follow things for a short distance. SCP-718 will also stare at any observational equipment in its containment area if no living things are present. SCP-718 appears to prefer staring at humans more than other animals.

SCP-718’s stare can induce discomfort and paranoia in a very short time, often resulting in a subject’s attempt to destroy SCP-718. The eye, if damage, will explode, showering clear fluid on all nearby surfaces before shriveling into powder. Anything the fluid touches will develop a clear blister-like bubble that slowly turns black. After twenty four hours, the “blister” will burst, and a 20.32cm (8in) copy of SCP-718 will emerge, growing to full size over the course of a few days. This has been shown to occur on all organic surfaces, and many inorganic.

On living subjects, copies of SCP-718 are permanently affixed. Attempts to surgically remove SCP-718 cause extreme pain in the subject, though removal is possible. Aside from a vague and persistent desire to destroy other copies of SCP-718, the host suffers from no ill effects after removal.

If SCP-718 is not removed from a living subject, testing indicates that the subject will be able to ‘see’ through SCP-718. Vision with SCP-718  is different, as [DATA EXPUNGED] is now visible, at the expense of more conventional sight. This has an extremely detrimental effect on subjects, drastically lowering mental stability and often leading to suicide. The death of a host will cause SCP-718 to burst.

Eighty-six instances of SCP-718 are currently contained within the containment chamber.

Bloodshotka1   

Another Interesting SCP (Tuesdays)

Some readers may find this disturbing. Viewer discretion is advised.

All info found on scp-wiki.net

Hello fellow researchers! It’s Tuesday, and the foundation has opened its doors once again.  Make sure to put on your class S equipment, and let’s begin!

  • Robo-Dude SCP-846 Object Class: Safe

Description: SCP-846 is a plastic toy robot measuring twenty (20) centimeters in height and five (5) centimeters in width. The bottom of SCP-846’s right foot bears the text’ Robo-Dude® (Now with Voice Command Action), by Dr. Wondertainment!’ Signs of  paint chipping and minor damage to SCP-846 indicate that it is roughly ten (10) years old.

SCP-846 is operated using a small ‘controller’ featuring an ‘On/Off’ button, a ‘Speak’ button and a small microphone. SCP-846 is activated using the ‘On/Off’ button, and verbal communication can be facilitated using the ‘Speak’ button. SCP-846 appears to be extremely well-programmed, if not sentient, and will respond to most questions posed to it.

SCP-846 identifies itself as ‘Robo Dude’ and claims that it possesses three hundred and fifty (350) ‘Robo Accessories’. When asked to use one of these accessories, the torso of SCP-846 slides open, revealing the desired accessory, which it then proceeds to utilize. The interior of SCP-846 appears to change completely each time it is asked to utilize an accessory. SCP-846 seems to be unable to utilize these accessories without being instructed to do so.

SCP-846 has claimed to possess, among other things:

  • A ‘Fire Drill’. (Tested, functioned as a flamethrower.)
  • An ‘Energy Laser’ (Tested, functioned as a pistol.)
  • A ‘Boom Ray’ (Tested, functioned as a rocket launcher.)
  • A ‘Melt-o-Tron 5000’ (Tested, sprayed acid at target)
  • An ‘Ultra Plasma Rifle’ (Tested, functioned as an assault rifle)
  • A ‘Hydrogen Cannon’ (Tested, functioned as a children’s water gun)
  • ‘Bug Spray’ (Tested, released unidentified organisms that consumed the wooden target.)
  • A ‘Ray Gun’ (Tested, released a stream of gamma radiation)
  • An ‘Atomic Grenade’ (Testing strictly forbidden.)

History: SCP-846 was brought into containment after an unknown individual delivered it in a sealed package to [REDACTED], a front company for the SCP Foundation. The label of the package simply read ‘MERRY CHRISTMAS’. Agents, upon learning of SCP-846’s unusual properties, informed their superiors. SCP-846 was subsequently taken into Foundation custody.

robo dude! I WANT ONE!