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Dustin T Koski Posted on Sep 29 2014, 12:26 AM
  That should work. Thank you!
infernalthing Posted on Sep 28 2014, 06:49 PM
  Hm, something tells me that every times she becomes a different aged self she has the memory from that time. Like if she becomes 10 she has no idea of the Foundation and from her perspective it will seem that at a certain point of her childhood she just teleported here. Her containment cell will need to have a wallpaper explaining the situation. (just like how Mr. Forgetful has one in his cell)

Becoming her future self is more tricky.
Maybe there is a timeline where she lived a normal life and the transformations are herself from a point from that timeline. Meaning that becoming her future self (after being introduced to the Foundation) she still will have no idea about it. But this paradox-free idea makes her useless in preventing breaches.

Maybe her future selves depend on the condition she is in the present, you you need to make her useful.
Dustin T Koski Posted on Sep 28 2014, 11:46 AM
  Please advise me on how to make this work:

SCP that's a soldier who spontaneously becomes herself when she was at different points in her life. Like one second she's thirty, then she's seventy, then she's ten, then she's eighty, then's she's a sperm, then she's dead. She has the items that she was wearing and the items she was holding at that point in her life when she just became (i.e., if she was riding a bike when she was ten years, three months, one day, two hours, five minutes, eight seconds, then she's on that bike in her containment cell.)

Since she was firing a weapon at points during her time in service, she's spontaneously become an age at which she was firing a gun, so personnel interviewing her or conducting tests with her always have to be facing away from her or behind bulletproof glass.

She's been dead innumerable times and almost was cremated by the foundation after being shot dead but became an animate child on her way to the furnace. If she becomes a fetus stored in a jar and becomes an adult, she have chunks of the jar stabbed into her.

She's got a particularly useful function for the Foundation: as sort of a window into the future. SInce every time she becomes an age where she would have died of natural causes she's wearing the outfit the foundation gave her, it stands to reason she never left the Foundation's control, they can see how she died and plan accordingly. In a bit of a causality issue, they've even sort of altered the future. For example one time she became how she'd be in a few months and it was revealed she'd become a charred corpse, so they did a review on the fire guy SCP's containment and fixed an impending problem.

So clearly she's not so much a threat as a person suffering and being used. Any ideas on how to make this workable?
can't breath Posted on Aug 23 2014, 09:01 AM
Oh cool never mind that point then. I don't really pay much attention to any metaplot.

same the only meta plot i really like is
the scp entry's are were all the best stuff is
Knife Myths Posted on Aug 21 2014, 04:50 PM
  Oh cool never mind that point then. I don't really pay much attention to any metaplot.
can't breath Posted on Aug 21 2014, 02:12 PM
But I don't know, I feel like "Not-at-all a self insert SCP Foundation member destroys Mary Sue self insert!" stories are just as tiresome to read as the Mary Sue SCPs themselves.

I think they felt the same way cause I know that they killed all there charterers off at some point

Knife Myths Posted on Aug 20 2014, 10:06 PM
QUOTE (Mrtdark1 @ Aug 19 2014, 02:20 PM)
It is incredibly disturbing bipedal dogs. It always was.

If you read the discussion page the author workshops various pictures of guys in dog fursuits to add to the article and tries to defend the concept with "It's not a fetish, it's a lifestyle!"
SlimeBeast Posted on Aug 20 2014, 03:20 AM
  Just some general concepts, etc. so far.
Mrtdark1 Posted on Aug 20 2014, 01:45 AM
  Is there a writing guide?
SlimeBeast Posted on Aug 20 2014, 01:13 AM
  Last time I'll hijack the thread out of lameness.

Anyway, this was the thing.

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