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This is an extremely good idea, I've always hated the SCP designations for being too vague, it should never be ambiguous what something should be rated as, threat level and containability should not go hand in hand

Re: Dual Class System? by TheChaotic1TheChaotic1, 16 Jul 2018 06:36
TheChaotic1TheChaotic1 16 Jul 2018 06:27
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"seemingly inside a pocket dimension" feels out of place, and "Any sentients" implies this was tested on nonhumans

by TheChaotic1TheChaotic1, 16 Jul 2018 06:27
TheChaotic1TheChaotic1 16 Jul 2018 06:24
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When I read this the first time, didnt like it, read it again and feeling better about it. I think there might be too much going on though

by TheChaotic1TheChaotic1, 16 Jul 2018 06:24
TheChaotic1TheChaotic1 16 Jul 2018 06:21
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The tone in the description could be more professional, but I like where you are going +1

by TheChaotic1TheChaotic1, 16 Jul 2018 06:21
TheChaotic1TheChaotic1 16 Jul 2018 06:19
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It has potential, don't be disheartened

by TheChaotic1TheChaotic1, 16 Jul 2018 06:19

So I think the concept of indestructibility itself should be an RPC. A short-lived idea I had was a molecule similar to carbon that can be anywhere. This of course, is nothing interesting. But it will hold up as a simple explanation as to why certain RPCs are indestructible.

Humanoids RPCs with superpowers is nothing really new. What we usually do is contain them, and research them. But I think it might be interesting if the government took advantage of a superhuman RPC, turning him into some sort of super hero or super soldier. And the RPCA becomes some sort of force that is against that idea.

And finally, probably the worst idea. A little GOI of the SCPF, maybe SCP-507 suddenly came across the RPCA universe and we wouldn't know it's him because every word he says is redacted.

I probably look like someone high right now. Anyways, I'd like to hear your own shower thoughts on RPCs.

Shower thoughts RPCs by JokezmJokezm, 16 Jul 2018 05:52

Thanks man! Taped a few cracks like as you mentioned. Except for the rewording "Whenever child (ages 0-12) is seen, RPC-273", can you be a bit clearer on what I can do there?
Anyways, I appreciate the help.

Re: RPC-273 "Friendly" Draft by JokezmJokezm, 16 Jul 2018 05:34
non_foundnon_found 16 Jul 2018 04:12
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thank you freennnn

by non_foundnon_found, 16 Jul 2018 04:12
SinaticusSinaticus 16 Jul 2018 03:58
in discussion Hidden / Per page discussions » RPC-990

perhaps, message me on discord about it!

by SinaticusSinaticus, 16 Jul 2018 03:58
Ed Jay LingerEd Jay Linger 16 Jul 2018 03:55
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With all these upvotes, you would think there'd be at least one comment in the discussion. Though this RPC is a bit short (which isn't a problem), the effort put into the poems alone show where a lot of your effort went. Your dedication to your craft is inspiring, my friend. +1

by Ed Jay LingerEd Jay Linger, 16 Jul 2018 03:55

So it's like Lobotomy Corporation, where they collect energy from the various anomalies in captivity to help solve the current energy crisis the world has going on. While also studying the anomalies to find out, what produces the best results.

I've always preferred the big hordes of zombies myself, simply because singular zombies aren't as intimidating or scary. Plus the rabies bit, reminds me of 28 Days Later, with the Rage virus. I'd recommend looking at various examples of zombism in various media. Like in the Dead Rising series where they developed a cure and a suppressant, Left 4 Dead where the undead mutate, Dead Space where the corpses also mutate into Necromorphs and even terraform the environments they occupy.

Here's some recommendations on how to make your ghouls stand out

  1. Shooting in the head doesn't permanently kill them, the zombie virus adapts and re-animates corpses again. Beheading the corpse will prevent it from moving. Zombies that are infected longer don't go down after the first headshot, and need multiple headshots to cease moving. Destroying the head fully via bludgeoning it, is the best way to prevent beheaded heads from biting or just removing their jaws.
  2. Zombies decay slower, the disease slows down the necrosis, allowing an infected corpse to survive for up to 10-15 years, depending on the damage to the body, that it has already taken.
  3. Zombie virus affects animals, with the exception of insects such as flies and maggots, which seem to be immune to its effects.
  4. The virus can affect corpses that weren't killed by the virus. If a zombie chows down on a cadaver, that body is going to reanimate in a few hours.
  5. Zombies can develop into variants, bloated cadavers can explode similar to spontaneous human combustion. Some undead develop a layer of toughened flesh from consuming numerous people. And other expel foul projectile vomit composed of blood and meat piled up in their bodies.
  6. Fire is one of the most effective weapons, and repels zombies. Electricity is a good way to kill them, such as using electrical fences which will fry and kill zombies permanently. Fire can be used to herd and pen in zombies for more effective destruction.
Re: A Zombie Virus by Professor_JDProfessor_JD, 16 Jul 2018 03:47

Let's see…

1- Well-lit seems a little too vague, maybe the cell could be lit with floodlights? And then phrase it like this

High-powered flashlights are to be kept nearby as back-up lights in case of a power outage

2-This wording doesn't really seem clinical in tone

the rest of the appendage give off an incorporeal appearance.

Could be rewritten as:

the rest of the appendages exhibit an incorporeal appearance.

3-I feel this part:

Once the victim is deceased or no longer in reach, the appendages will submerge back into its respective RPC-#136-1 instance.

Could be reworded as:

Once the victim has been disposed of or no longer within reach, the appendages will retreat back into its respective RPC-#136-1 instance.

4-In my opinion, the Acquisition Report could be a collapsible paragraph.

5-About the Experiment Log 136-T002. First, fix the collapsible. Then, it's wrestled, not wrested.

6-This doesn't read in clinical tone:

This experiment was not to test the retaliatory nature of RPC-136-1, but rather to hopefully examine the interior of the object. It was deemed prudent that a robotic substitute would be first set up to test for any reaction.

I suggest rewriting it like this:

The objective of this experiment was to examine the interior of the object. A robotic substitute was deemed to be the ideal first set up to test for any reaction.

These are all my suggestions.

Re: Payback Tires by Ben LlansBen Llans, 16 Jul 2018 03:39

What do they do with the energy producing RPCs

Ed Jay LingerEd Jay Linger 16 Jul 2018 02:51
in discussion Hidden / Per page discussions » RPC-523

This is a pretty good article, though it could use some work. In general, certain portions of the RPC could use some rewording. But one other thing I have to ask is what is a "teamster"? I'd recommend changing that word to something else. Overall though, I liked the concept. +1 from me.

by Ed Jay LingerEd Jay Linger, 16 Jul 2018 02:51

Can anyone create a tag page. I recently read an RPC and click on the beta tag which led me to a page that didn’t exist.

Can anyone create a tag pages? by ScinoScino, 16 Jul 2018 02:47




Resurrection Coffin RPC by KrutaKruta, 16 Jul 2018 02:01
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Designated Site: RPC Authority, Research Advancements and Development facility


[[include component:image-block name= R-Site-07|caption= R-Site-07, 198█| width=350px]]

Established ██ January, 197█,

Front Cover: High altitude weather station

Location: Urenen pass, Canton of Uri, Switzerland.

Site Occupation: Research, development, containment, administrative, [REDACTED]

Total Area: 168.5 km2

Background Information: Originally a collection of copper mines, old World War II bunkers and weather stations. After the area came under Authority control in early 1970's it slowly turned into one of the most important research & development facilities in the time span of one decade.
Facility is expanded every year, adding space for it's VMLs (Variable Modular Labs) and expanding Site's manufacturing wing. As of 20██ R-Site-07 has the capacity to hold 230 large VMLs and includes four large chemical plants, two manufacturing lines for various robotics and two experimental nuclear reactor plants.

R-Site-07 also acts as minor containment facility (keeping RPCs for intense study in an isolated wing) and major development facility responsible for a number of Authority and civil used materials. From novel Polymers to pharmaceutics, R-Site-07 belongs to the Authority's major chemical producers. Notable research departments in R-site-07 include:

Chemical department

Researches novel shock absorbent, conductive and biodegradable polymers, nootropics, stimulants, organic/inorganic catalysts and amnestics. Responsible for majority of Authority chemical production.

Robotics & Construction department

Responsible for the development of logistic bots used for construction or transport. As well modular labs used for short-term or highly variable research.

Nuclear department

Develops and researches experimental nuclear technology such as self regulating Uranium Hydride (UH3) reactors or compact fusion magnetic mirror reactors.


Offices & Wings Section

  • Administrative and Office Wing - This area is the central management of the entire facility. The Offices house on-site researchers and officers. This wing also houses Seat of Site Directors comprised of two Research Directors and two Development Directors who further report to the Board of European Directors and Research Division Council.
  • Security Wing - R-Site-07 is secured by on site security officers, two air force squadrons, seven platoons and three small sleeper cell teams of agents, which are to be activated in the case of 07-████ containment breach, located in the cities of Lucern and Altdorf. Security wing has access to state of the art technology and is equipped with memory, concentration and perception enhancing nootropics.
  • Research & Development Wing - R&D wing separated into two sectors each headed by tribunal compromised of senior researchers with expertise in Chemistry, Robotics and Nuclear physics respectively, responding to Seat of Site Directors. The two sectors include; Research Sector, further divided into individual sub-sectors encompassing all departments except [REDACTED]. Manufacturing Sector, divided into two smaller Nuclear and Robotics sub-sectors with large Chemical sub-sector.
  • Containment Wing - Isolated from the rest of the facility, accessible through separate entrance located inside of WWII bunker close to the town of Engelberg. Used primarily for containment of relatively harmless and potentially useful anomalies. Containment Wing itself is divided into three sectors, one for each anomalous class. These sectors are labeled A, B, C and house Alpha, Beta and Gamma class anomalies respectively.

Developed Technologies

[[include component:image-block name= Closed_Cell_Foam.JPG| caption= Polyurethane closed cell under electron microscope| width=200px]]

  • Polyborodimethylsiloxane based shock absorbent material [D3o] - Powerful non-Newtonian dilatant used in state-of-the-art armor plating and shock absorbent vehicle components. Composed of closed cell polyurethane foam with PBDMS (15-35%) dispersed through its matrix. Discovered in 199█, this material was later introduced to wider population through Authority owned company D3o and proved to be great source of Authority's income.

[[include component:image-block name= MENO.png| caption= MENO chemical formula| width=200px]]

  • Methylphenidate ████ derivative [MENO] - Memory and inhibitory control enhancing nootropic, a more potent variant of Methylphenidate. First synthesized inside of R-Site-07 in 19██, it quickly became standard issue nootropic for field agents and MSTs, taking on the nickname Memo for it's memory enhancing abilities. Introduction into civilian sphere is still being debated by Civilian Relations Committee and Research Division Council.

  • Variable Modular Lab [VML] - Modular labs used for short-term or highly variable research. Time of construction of one lab can take anywhere from one hour to five hours. Individual Lab components are stored in large logistic warehouses and transported using logistics bots.

Site Administration

Administrative Officials::

  • Research Director A: Dr. Adam Mason
  • Research Director B: Mg. Gaëlle Bless
  • Development Director A: Mg. Bc. Joel Bodmer
  • Development Director B: Dr. Moszek Grom, PhD
  • Dir. of Personnel & Management: Émilie Buchli
  • Dir. of Site Security: Lt. Bartolo López
  • Dir. of Garrisoned MST: Mj. John Adams
  • Dir. of Human Resources: Laura Vermeulen

On-Site Personnel:

  • Department Heads: 7+
  • Administrative Assistants:19+
  • Medical Personnel: 47+
  • Research Personnel: 378+
  • Security Personnel: 124+
  • Maintenance Personnel: 452+
  • D-Class Personnel:███

Total: ████

Onsite Anomalies Contained

  • RPC-035 - Stored within Betlehem class containment chamber at Containment Sector B
  • RPC-075 - Stored within Aleppo class containment chamber at Containment Sector A
  • RPC-120 - Stored within Aleppo class containment chamber at Containment Sector A
  • RPC-497 - Stored within Betlehem class containment chamber at Containment Sector B
Research Site 07 (R-Site-07) by 3nigm4tic3nigm4tic, 16 Jul 2018 00:42
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