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Vague1 Posted on Jul 3 2014, 03:59 AM
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While not my absolute favorite SCP entry overall, this remains my preferred idea for SCP-001. I love the ways that the religious themes and references are integrated into the article, particularly the abundant nods to the Book of Revelation. While the overtly Abrahamic nature of the entity and its surroundings are somewhat annoying from a more religiously neutral standpoint, this is excused by multiple-choice nature inherent to the first SCP.
Also, what better idea to mention in the 666th reply on our Creepy Stories from the Internet Topic than the Apocalypse?
Mrtdark1 Posted on Jul 1 2014, 02:38 AM
  That's part of it. The bottom line is that political figures are set up as godlike and all powerful, but are just people in situations they most likely aren't prepared for, especially in Reagan's case.
Zeidz Posted on Jul 1 2014, 12:35 AM
 
QUOTE (Mrtdark1 @ Jul 1 2014, 12:15 AM)
I(and some of the other Boglings) write for SCP. I read in he discussion on a post by the author that it was inspired by the distortion of the press leaving Ronald Raegan broken and insane. He was just a lonely old man acting as a great and powerful figure, which began to whittle away at him until he died IRL and in the SCP.

Yeah, I remember reading that post too. IMO I thought the meaning was about how political figures in general take the blame and be the punching bag (literally in the SCP) for pundits and the public in general, when often they do tend (sorry for seeming like a tinfoil wearer) to be spokespeople for more powerful types - hence Reagan receives all these wounds whilst prattling on about Doomsday/IT'S HAPPENING scenarios, whilst SCP-1981-1/Illuminati ghost just watches...until he realizes he himself is being watched and leaves that last creepy message.
Mrtdark1 Posted on Jul 1 2014, 12:15 AM
  I(and some of the other Boglings) write for SCP. I read in he discussion on a post by the author that it was inspired by the distortion of the press leaving Ronald Raegan broken and insane. He was just a lonely old man acting as a great and powerful figure, which began to whittle away at him until he died IRL and in the SCP.
Zeidz Posted on Jul 1 2014, 12:02 AM
  So far my current favorite SCP is SCP-1981, though mostly because it appeals to my government conspiracy tastes.

(That black-robed bruv is an Illuminatiez, I tell you)
Brontozaurus Posted on Mar 23 2014, 05:04 AM
  I fucking love 4357-J.

On a side note I wish I could see the crappy deleted SCPs because some of them were hilariously tragic. Like there was a phone and if you picked up the receiver it asked you to give it new batteries and if you didn't do it within half an hour you got erased from ALL THE REALITIES.
Dustin T Koski Posted on Mar 3 2014, 08:39 AM
  I can barely claim a tiny portion of credit for SCP-4357-J because drewbear was gracious enough to acknowledge me in the comment section. My contribution was basically to ask "What if there's something that gives instructions on how to contain it" and he did all the work of making it an actual joke.
Brainyblammer Posted on Sep 16 2013, 12:12 AM
  My Favorite SCPs:
SCP-106: A rotting old man who can corrode through walls, and those pictures are damn scary.
SCP-354: A red pond that spawns monsters.
SCP-1171: CARBON BASED MONKEYS GO HOME.
GibberingMawBeast Posted on Sep 15 2013, 10:38 PM
  I just read upon Dr. Bright for the first time. I think I have a new favorite fictional character. wub.gif
Pyro-Gibberish Posted on Aug 17 2013, 03:34 AM
  I agree, I think sometimes the scariest things are the ones that pose little threat but absolutely shatter your perception of reality. It'd be like waking up in the middle of the night and looking out your window only to find a cat coming out of a nearby tree, but when the cat looks at you it's got the head of a person, and then it leaves.
It wouldn't hurt you but it'd make you think real hard about how well you really know the world you're living in.

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