End-Of-Story Scenario

Sandbox Dedicated to the End Of Story Scenario

Note from the author:

If you can see this, it means that I am still uploading the things necessary for this SCP.

This may take me a while (10 - 30 mins).

Thank you for your patience. Kindly reserve your downvotes until this page looks like an SCP!

(This message is genuine; I'm not being meta or anything here)

- Captain KirbyCaptain Kirby

My Main Sandbox

Language (noun) |langwij|

  1. The method of human socialization and correspondence, either spoken or written, consisting of the use of words structured in a conventional way.
  2. A barrier to communication.

I am giving this its own sandbox because the components of this story are quite complicated and need a lot of space to think out and get right.

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Author's note: Currently, this is a clean version of the file. I want to make sure that the content is good before I go make it hard to read

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Item #: SCP-E

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-E is to be housed in a standard Safe-level object storage locker in Site-19. Due to the nature of the anomaly, further containment measures are currently not necessary. Testing is currently underway to determine the long term containment requirements of SCP-E.

A request to reclassify SCP-E as an anomalous item is pending approval from Site Director Panthe.

Description: SCP-E refers to an anomalous spiral-bound notebook with a dark blue cover. Due to the formatting of the writing, six pages of the notebook appear to contain normal diary entries, however the words used are incoherent and often misspelled. Other pages of the diary are either torn, or left blank.

SCP-E's anomalous property manifests in documentation about SCP-E. All writing about SCP-E will contain arbitrary capitalization, misspellings, and other syntactical errors. Attempts to revise or correct the writing will either fail to remove the errors, or create new errors.

SCP-E has shown no further anomalous properties. Contact Researcher Niklo Gerdinel for additional details regarding SCP-E testing.

SCP-E was recovered by MTF Epsilon-6 (“Village Idiots”) during an investigation into a series of mild cognitive and informational hazards created in the Pittsburgh Metropolitan Area. It was found inside a storage unit along with a number of other anomalous objects (see Field Report Delta-546 for a full list of recovered objects). After speaking to the distributor of the storage unit, the Foundation learned that SCP-E and associated items were owned by an Edward Selsburgh (POI-4335).

SCiP Net: Page revision from 04/21/2025

Title Ideas (ordered by how much I like them)

  • Language Is A Barrier To Communication
  • The Things Left Unsaid
  • End-Of-Story Scenario

Offers for roles

  • LordStonefish (video and voice)
  • PeppersGhost (voice)
  • DarkStuff (voice)
  • Stallmantic (voice)
  • taylor_itkin (voice, probs also video)

I hope you enjoyed this article. It's been a wild ride making it.

If you want to read more of my work, you can find it here.

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