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Lots of fun usages of diction and metaphor, here. Enjoyable read.

by PlayNice9001PlayNice9001, 18 Apr 2019 14:35

I do like the False Swedenborg,the Pangur, and the Thorn Child.

by EtinjatEtinjat, 17 Apr 2019 04:20

I can see it having a potential.

How do you plan to write it? A tale or what?

Spreading negativity to get positivity

I believe footnotes are allowed but I'd suggest still keeping within the word count even with the footnotes included. I'll poke Rounder to get a better answer for you.

by WoedenazWoedenaz, 16 Apr 2019 22:23

We'll have to see. Footnotes seem to be a significant component of the existing Shelves, adding that nice extra bit of flavor to them, so I feel like they should be a part of my entries. If they eat into the word limit, however, that would cause problems.

Not sure how they want to balance this.

by PlayNice9001PlayNice9001, 16 Apr 2019 14:57

I think they may only watch the source code of this page for the word counting)

okay, i think i'm wrong, it may not count the footnote words.


by pokmpokm, 16 Apr 2019 07:34

Question: I noticed that the current shelves in The Library contain footnotes in their entries. If we include footnotes, will these be included in the word count?

by PlayNice9001PlayNice9001, 15 Apr 2019 21:16

I love the format of this! It carries the essence of a fable or fairy tale, with prose that matches it perfectly.

by PlayNice9001PlayNice9001, 15 Apr 2019 18:17

I just want to say that I read the entirety of this Journal (up to this entry) in a single day. This is absolutely enthralling and I cannot wait for more. Superb work, and well deserving of the numerous plus ones.

by PlayNice9001PlayNice9001, 15 Apr 2019 14:24
RogetRoget 14 Apr 2019 22:30
in discussion Per Page Discussion / Per page discussions » With Gods

If CN representatives could reach out to Library staff with more information we would be happy to take whatever action is necessary.

Whether you like it or not, history is on our side. We will bury you!

by RogetRoget, 14 Apr 2019 22:30

So, basically what my idea is that in the far reaches of reality there are these creatures that are made of the shadowy remnants of the edge of reality. Nobody knows what they look like, not even the creatures themselves but when the wind is blowing in the right direction they take their appearance on this Earth. When the People of the Reaches appear they find a suitable person and take the appearance of it; while in this form they can smell the air, feel the breeze and see the world in new eyes.
While they can see the people of our world, hear what they are saying and even thinking they choose not to interact with us. It is not known why they do this but even if a family member the original version of the being tries to interact with the mimic it will not respond. The People of the Reaches only return to the far Reaches of Reality if:

1: Someone tries to physically harm them.
2: The creature that they're mimicking becomes aware of their existence
3: The time in which the Creature of the Reaches has occupied our Reality reaches 24 hours

That's all I've got going for my story at the moment. Please reply what you think I should add or change to make this better.

The People of the Reaches by Dr SpoonDr Spoon, 13 Apr 2019 18:49
EtinjatEtinjat 13 Apr 2019 17:56
in discussion Per Page Discussion / Per page discussions » With Gods

Don't take what is not yours.

Yeah,Nobody.But we just need to wait for our staff to negotiate with the librarians……

BTW,here is the accusation about the palette of plagiarism by the original author:
His articles have been plagiarized and translated to English by Freedom KooFreedom Koo,

by EtinjatEtinjat, 13 Apr 2019 17:56
pokmpokm 13 Apr 2019 15:47
in discussion Per Page Discussion / Per page discussions » With Gods

To be honest, can someone read Chinese? It seems like that nobody cares whtat have happend in scp-cn about the original author, Freedom KooFreedom Koo.

The original author of this article is in a dilemma because of certain events.

In a dilemma, means she has to make a choice, delete her article that accused of plagiarism, or keep on silence.

But in fact, her article has been deleted in scp-cn, but it's translation is still be here. I hope someone do a discussion about this matter: What should we do with this article?


by pokmpokm, 13 Apr 2019 15:47

I've only read a few stories so far on the Library, but I enjoyed this one as it made me smile. I gave it a rate up.

A funny quirky story. by Agent FadeAgent Fade, 12 Apr 2019 16:17


Spreading negativity to get positivity

by Omega ShenronOmega Shenron, 12 Apr 2019 06:17
pokmpokm 12 Apr 2019 06:05
in discussion Per Page Discussion / Per page discussions » With Gods

happend so many things……


by pokmpokm, 12 Apr 2019 06:05

Reminds me of that Pattern Screamer article on the SCP wiki, where it goes into how the pattern screamers were denizens of another world, but then the Pattern came along and tore up their world, while simultaneously creating a world of order. So in order to survive, the previous natives had to squeeze and cut and change themselves in order to fit into the new world, but eventually leaving parts of their identities behind.

by AnorrackAnorrack, 12 Apr 2019 01:02

I feel like it's a little overwritten. The first couple paragraphs work at setting up a more traditional narrative story with dialogue and characters and all that jazz but these paragraphs go on and on without telling us nearly enough information to justify their length. I'd say pare this down by a lot and break up the descriptive paragraphs with scenes of dialogue and shorter action. No vote for now, want to see what you do with this.

Whether you like it or not, history is on our side. We will bury you!

by RogetRoget, 11 Apr 2019 20:17

The first of what will be hopefully many stories in my preferred setting of choice: an anomalous Florida. This is a day in the life of Crocodile Kevin, and his Cool & Quick AC Repair.

Re: New Articles 3 by PokemonprimePokemonprime, 11 Apr 2019 14:02
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