Jan. 5th, 2013

theeverdream: (dinozzosgc)
Title: the infinity of the mind-shriek-screech (end)
Rating: ADULT for horror themes
Fandom: The SCP Foundation
Words: 121 (the notes are longer)
For: this prompt at [livejournal.com profile] comment_fic: The SCP Foundation, SCP-682, wanting to destroy just about everything you see isn't a fun existence.


* The SCP Foundation is a horror website; if you are sensitive to horror themes I recommend you avoiding the site. Entirely. The SCP Foundation has the potential to pull people in and intrigue them even though they don't want to be.

* I wouldn't call the ficlet hugely horrific although it is very dark and potentially disturbing, especially in the context of the source material. Be aware it is written about the perspectives of a monster.

* Although the prompt will give you a good starting point, the ficlet will probably make the most sense if you know about 682.

* Some of the ficlet is based on the part of this article from a site called Villains Wiki that suggests that SCP-682 is not "of this world". I could find nothing connecting 343 and 682 on the site itself but I strongly suspect there is relevant material I didn't cover in my pre-writing review. (Basically I looked at 682's page and termination log (and the page on the Villains Wiki) and browsed through a few SCPs that were linked on those pages, and kept my research/refresher info to a minimum as the site is a low-dose kind of thing for me). I'm sure there's other places 682 is mentioned on the site although I did look at 343's page so I'm not sure if there'd be another place where 682 and 343 were together and I'm not sure about the accuracy of the Villains Wiki. But it really doesn't matter, I don't think, as guesses to 682's origin could very well include the phrase "not of this world" without any input from 343.) The other main piece of info I got that I didn't remember from before was the pronoun (see 079).

* Formatting is important - if you're on a mobile or other device that can't see background color you will not be able to see where text is highlighted/blacked-out. (And yes, text; it doesn't function the same as the redacted stuff on the site.)



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