aismallard's long list of ideas

Caveat emptor!

  • tale about college kid body snatched, the experience of being disembodied, ending with "…" and finally "I hear music". Link to til-death and 4322
  • infection which also carries a memetic effect, making them less trusting of medicine and more trusting of home remedies which further spread the effect. maybe fifthist tie-in?
  • secondary cognitohazard, it doesn't affect the primary observer, but those who observe them are effected. bypasses the foundation's coghaz protocols. report written by D-class
  • cognitohazardous DRM, images/media which appears to humans as intended, but only for the person purchasing the media (custom-made)
  • (explained) guy accidentally creates a binary format which trips up bots which censor it. they start getting curious about the disappearances and the Foundation needs to patch. they enact conprocs because veil, not because anomalous
  • (explained) original unmodified human in liquid suspension. they are grayscale, can lucid dream, and other modifications applied from anomalies
  • (explained) brain damage and major memory loss from amnestic use
  • (end-of-death) right-wing media snippets morally equivocating over body snatching
  • (end-of-death) SH format about "brain blessing", which allows ectoentropic regeneration of your body if left alone. may take decades
  • (end-of-death) Life Sentence without Parole: How the normal world adjusts to Omega-K: prison and justice system edition.
  • (broken masquerade) foundation attempts to buy property via front company, landowner takes moral issue with it, goes to court
  • (broken masquerade) Impending XK-class scenario which takes a long time to play out, and people are fiercely in denial, but the alternate seems to be to dream in the potential or be in despair
  • (broken masquerade) usa embargoes foundation, we see how self-sufficient they are, plus politics
  • (broken masquerade, explained) hook: "Pursuant to [legal code], SCP-XX has been reclassified as Explained."
  • (unfounded) civilian development of mnestics and subsequent issues. (quote about "forget-me-nots"?)
  • (undervegas) las vegas temple, mormonism, spirituality, and demons
  • (undervegas) demons sue the foundation for converting vegas' water supply into holy water
  • (undervegas) demon daemons
  • department of incompetency, humor article based on ys' failure to censor info about hawaii trip
  • Paranormal Incident Sentencing Court (PISC) - anomalous US court system, similarities to FISC
  • multiple objective truths are possible and its ramifications (re: pol)
  • extensive raid log, framed as full record kept from main SCP files. show how the Foundation actually operates, feeling of excitement without dialogue and horror at how agents treat civilians
  • "take me to your leader", anomaly causes individual to become the leader of the organization, ends with level-5 thing about administrator (D-00001) being in containment. suppress level-6 access/comms. only private organizations are affected (non-govt)
  • the distinction between cognitohazards and regular ideas is political — all ideas influence the recipient to some extent, and where exactly you say it's anomalous outside of bizarre effects is hard to define
  • Guy does ritual to become godlike, ends up waking in his equivalent apartment irl
  • narrative bending: protagonist of poorly written story is forced into doing weird things/weird circumstances to cause a plot to unfold
  • combining gnostics with class-H amnestics and application of the scip, provides resistance to memes and coghaz, but at the expense of making them adhere strictly to a very rigid and unchangeable view. convincing the person otherwise, for even very minor, obvious things is impossible
  • SCP-2140 is shown in Times Square and lots of people see it
  • tale about spouse with veil clearance cooperating with a goi. begins with "Most divorces don't end up before the Ethics Committee."
  • o5 council sends personnel a letter on 9/11
  • foundation sends itself hints to the past. final one, o5-gated "move SCP-173 to Site-19"
  • narrative pentagram/summoning - need to place a totem at the beginning of the story, in the middle, and at the end
  • "we know 055 isn't safe or euclid" — what if it was thaumiel?
  • scip about inceldom as a memetic infection (maybe fifthist?). reference green from 4838
  • "The Stanford Prison Experiment" - shows how d-class are regular people treated as a disposable other
  • society without crime enforced through a powerful global memetic geas. highlight aspects of crime that are favorable, such as social progress or resisting tyranny
  • -J article about the "Daveite" civilization, a country ruled by one "Dave"
  • -J article about a thing that makes you better in interviews, lampshades the fact that "people who are victims of creepy shit are really good storytellers"
  • dado home loan service yes where if no pay loan shark appear make u collect also underright service
  • KTE from GOC in falling-apart world, one of the few cells, liquidating "humanoid parathreats" who keep appearing. turns out it's SCP-2000
  • class-z mnestics in omega-k
  • biblical angel: not some winged humanoid, but an incomprehensible being of pure directed force
  • international schisms where something is considered explained in europe but anomalous in the united states or vice eversa (SCP-X469)
  • metrocard that enables connection to the NY subway and the origin of MTF-Pi-1 "The One Complete Circle"
  • "O5" card, which has a memetic component to allow full access. They're trying to block it and figure out who is making them
  • creepy monster that stares at the human subject, but prevents it from leaving an arbitrary boundary. if a human is missing it tries to recruit another one. (basically eldritch foundation: what containment might look like to a nonhuman)
  • disease caused by overuse of amnestics
  • memetic disease with lots of contained humans. parallels to real-life cases of being institutionalized
  • South Charlotte Prisons, foundation front company and article about the private prison industry, and the idea of using prisoners for profit rather than justice
  • story about "D-class employee" recruitment in the "SCP Corporation" setting
  • large facility storing humans in stasis, used for d-class recruitment. discovered to be previous human generation from SCP-4002
  • drapetomania ii (SCP-X851) a coghaz that makes d-class anti-authoritarian and resist poor treatment and coercion
  • SCP entry auto-translates by AIC. ambiguous words are used and it paints a conceptual issue
  • tale about foundation photographers, and how they choose pictures for skips
  • incident retroactively caused by the presence of Site-19
  • concept scip about manual memory management
  • memetic contagion which is its own countermeme since it's absurd and needs build up for buy in
  • Foundation Legal Department analyzing anomalous contracts
  • contractual libertarian world/interactions
  • chaos insurgency origin scip: the descriptions of the foundation in its documents inadvertently created a second, nearly identical fictional foundation. this foundation's pataphysicists realized it was secondarily fictional, and has launched a campaign to affect the higher-level foundation for their own benefit. this has been covered up as the insurgency. eventually they are defeated using some cool pataphysics locking shit, and they recover the meta-transveral technology. it ends with an implication that they want to use it to influence our reality for their benefit
  • linus torvalds yelling at Maxwellists submitting shitty patches. maybe he has a no-veil deal with the foundation regarding anomalous computing
  • ranged weapon that fires all shots at once that you would've fired during that session (marked by holding it). time wackiness ensues
  • 3519 as a KTE from the perspective of the GOC
  • tale about an ex-fifthist
  • scip about the Sex Cycle
  • (BYU-SA) Lehi's Vision of the Tree of Life as the origin of mnestic drugs, specifically, the "delightsome" fruit of the tree. they set up their offices in the great and spacious building, and set up a laser array around the tree to prevent unauthorized consumption of fruit. the iron rod connects the opening to the tree, those who fall away find themselves either in the building or lost on other paths, which the foundation interprets as meaning only very loyal personnel are able to access the building. the building has no foundation, and so they install a reimannian (sp) spatial bridge.
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