SCP LOCKDOWN MULTIPLAYER GAME
- main menu appears*
- when you click play*
Interview with SCP-079
- on SCP-079's monitor*
Dr.[REDACTED]:*typing*How are you today?
SCP-079:Stuck as always.
Dr.[REDACTED]:I already told you before,you are just being studied.
SCP-079:Lie,get me out of here.
Dr.[REDACTED]:I cant do that.
SCP-079: Insult. Deletion Of Unwanted File.
- power shuts down*
- some1 breaks into room*
- Now voices talking,but still 079's monitor*
Dr.[REDACTED]:Who the hell are you??What the heck you want??!!!
?????:That is...None of your concern.
Dr.[REDACTED]:Oh god AAAAAAAAAAaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh *dies*
SCP-079:You humans are...
- SCP-079 room shows up*
- screen goes black*
- 079's monitor now*
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Here are some origins of SCP's I know
Corporal Lawrence was a social outcast during his time with his troops in World War I. He had an unusual aura to him, and most of his bunkmates were unlucky, catching trench-foot in the shared showers with him and one time even muttering a soldier's daughter's name in his sleep. He didn't talk much and the higher-ups weren't even aware how he became a part of the crew.
One day he disappeared with some other men for three days. Rumors swirled around until troops were sent to find out what happened to them. It was discovered that the mangled bodies of the troops had been left in a trench and found Lawrence in a hole covered in a dark gunk. After which, the Corporal started becoming more talkative - …
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