I got you famThink I might have asked once but fuck it, it's been a while and shit may have changed:
Outside of SCP and RPC, are there any other sites I can go to for that horror fix? I've been looking at Nosleep but being Reddit only 5-10% of the shit there is worth reading. As I understand it, Wayward Society is dead, as are most of the other spinoffs that tried to take off after Month of Gay 2018.
Much appreciated, fam.I got you fam
- https://www.creepypasta.com/ (This is a classic, so you've probably read most of the famous ones already.)
- http://fearfic.com/ (This is run by the three guys who also make the Fearfiction Podcast, which has covered SCP, RPC, and Wayward writing in the past.)
- https://slimebeast.com/index.php (Personal website of one of the Fearfic guys. He also wrote Abandoned by Disney, probably one of the best known Creepypasta stories from when the fandom was booming in 2012-2013.)
- https://bogleech.com/creepy/ (Bogleech has a wide variety of horror content, but the guy behind it also runs an annual writing contest. He's also an SCP author.)
- http://www.theholders.org/ (This was an SCP-like series and one of the older collaborative fiction sites on the internet. Be warned that the quality is very hit-or-miss.)
- You could also try getting into the Slenderman mythos, on the off chance you haven't already. Marblehornets and TribeTwelve are a good place to start imo.
- Also, if you're at all into interactive fiction, Simulacra is a lost phone game that made me jump out of my seat more times than I thought it would.
Isn't his self-insert in the lore also a weird sex pervert that is occasionally a monkey?So, now that discourse is raging in the Tumblr side of the SCP fandom, some bloggers are taking the opportunity to discuss other things they dislike about the SCP Wiki, and a few people alerted me to the fact that Duckman has a very active Fetlife account (which was.... formerly linked on his SCP author page) with some very interesting things on it.
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So... there's a lot going on here. He has a lot of relationships, has a lot of friends, and is in more groups than I can count. I think it's safe to say that sex/BDSM is his primary hobby. But let's take a closer look at that list of fetishes. I've highlighted the most interesting things.
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Normally, I wouldn't even come close to using this phrase unironically, but... there's a lot to unpack here. The first thing on the list is literally gross fetishism of gay and trans people. Not made better by the fact that he lists sapiosexuality on here as one of his fetishes, which is.... not a real sexuality. I thought people stopped actually identifying as sapiosexual a few years ago. It's literally just people who want to feel smart.
"Corrupting the innocent" and "girls who enjoy being hurt by big scary men". I'm gonna take this as proof that he really does have a thing for girls who are much too young for him. Also, may I just say that "sex in public" is an incredibly irresponsible kink, even if only adults are around.
I... genuinely do not know what to make of "SCP Foundation (giving)" and "Cyantreuse (watching)". You couldn't have listed any other SCP author? Just that person, specifically, in your list of fetishes? I don't even know what the first thing is supposed to mean, and I don't know if I want to.
Anyway... I looked through his photos and I'm not going to post his gallery of nudes here, but I did find some interesting miscellaneous things. A (I assume) homemade sex toy in the shape of a duck, a picture of him in a princess dress (not gonna lie, he's rocking it), and a massive paddle he bought at a flea market (and then added to his sex toy collection).
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Anyway, I'm serious about BDSM being this guy's primary hobby. He performs at conventions and renaissance fairs, so I looked up his Penguicon history (he's been going there since at least 2012) and literally every one of his shows and panels I could find has something to do with sex, BDSM, or polyamory.
It seems like the only other thing this guy does is get into arguments with SCP fans.
Depends on who you ask. As I said in the big post I made about him earlier this month, that was how he used to portray his character, but now wants to move away from it, due to how immature the whole thing looks. Doesn't mean it never happened, though.Isn't his self-insert in the lore also a weird sex pervert that is occasionally a monkey?
Addition: I saw a few people asking for more info about this person yesterday, so here it is. WrongJohnSilver is a 45-year-old SCP Wiki moderator and the captain of the Rewrite Team. He's written quite a lot for the SCP Wiki, as can be seen on his author page: http://www.scp-wiki.net/wrongjohnsilver-s-author-pageMost of you probably won't remember WJS, but he's the middle aged SCP moderator who was caught a while back trying to use his power as a staff member to manipulate a person writing callouts on Cyan to confess to something that she didn't do. It's somewhere earlier in this thread. Looks like he was made the co-owner of the SCP Fetlife group. But it's cool because he's an epic gamer, an anime fan, and he loves his wife! And John? If you're reading this, you really should know better than to be seeing the person whose name I've censored. Shame on you.
Most of the good ones were in the 3 digits. It really turned into shit once it got popular and an autistic clique of control freaks and SJWs took it over, although the pure SJWs were much later. Even with those, I'd try to avoid recently edited versions which have almost invariably been made worse. No SJW ever improves anything.
SCP used to be popular for a reason. While some stuff is really bad, there's some great concepts and ideas. I like the more mundane objects like the encyclopedia of common diseases, or the anything vending machine. If you like infinite Ikea, you might like UnLondon.
Since you like the IKEA one i'ma introduce you to an /x/pasta with a similar vibe
I know I talk about a lot of bad people on here, but Dr. Gears is a legitimately good man and a very skilled writer. His SCP tales in particular are some of my favorites. Really hoping that he’s able to raise all the money he needs.SCP writer Dr Gears has been diagnosed with cancer in his kidneys. (Archive) He's opened a GoFundMe for his surgery here. (Archive)
He's known for creating SCP-682 (arguably the most famous SCP), SCP-882, SCP-053, SCP-914 (which showed up in Containment Breach), and SCP-184, among others.
Here's the reddit link he's talking about in the video
I've been thinking of talking about this, and I suppose now's the time. I don't think this lawsuit is a bad thing on its own, but I'm very bothered by the way that wiki staff have been treating the monetary side of this. Up until now, hasn't the story been that the only way Andrey Duksin was able to file an illegitimate trademark was because of a loophole in the rules of the Eurasian Customs Union, that this likely wouldn't have been possible in any other country, and that the lawsuit should be an open-and-shut case? Also that any money left over from the crowdfund would be saved for future legal cases that may arise? It's been only 8 hours since Markiplier put out that video and they've gained another $46,000 in that time, and evidently don't plan to close off donations. They're at around $106,000 donated right now, which is over twice what they were asking for. I understand that individually this will have no impact on the donors, but I'm honestly a bit concerned over the fact that the SCP admin team will most likely have literally tens of thousands of dollars sitting in the bank by the end of this. Tens of thousands of dollars that they might never use because by their own words, this exact situation they're in shouldn't be able to happen again. In the hands of people who have historically been extremely hesitant to let anything money-related touch the wiki.TL;DR Andrey Duksin was recently able to shut down the VK account for the Russian SCP wiki branch with his illegitimate trademark, and now the SCP wiki is planning to have a fundraiser for a lawsuit legal fund. (Which I'm sure will all go towards this trial and nothing else.)
Markpliar and Quarterpounder team-up has to be the most bizarre crossover yet.Looks like other YouTubers are jumping in to support SCP after Markipliers video on the matter, including The Quartering.
Someone is trying to hijack an amazing community for profit. This cannot stand. The SCP-Wiki has spawned many amazing things, let's protect it. #Markiplier #...youtu.be
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Of course it won't.Markpliar and Quarterpounder team-up has to be the most bizarre crossover yet.
Also, I highly doubt most of the funds raised will actually go towards the lolsuit.