SCP Tale #00 – Introduction

Introduction to SCP Foundation universe and the series

SCP Tale #106 – Quiet Game

Original story: https://scpwiki.com/quiet-game

SCP Tale #105 – Cursed

Original story: https://scp-wiki.wikidot.com/cursed

SCP Tale #104 – Pitter-Patter

Original story: https://scpwiki.com/piter-patter

SCP Tale #103 – The Happy Ending

Original story: https://scpwiki.com/the-happy-ending

SCP Tale #102 – The Other Side

Original story: https://scpwiki.com/the-other-side

SCP #101 – The Red Woodsman

Original story: https://scp-wiki.wikidot.com/the-red-woodsman

SCP Tale #100 – Housework

So.. the Season 11 begins…

The Corner

In almost every building, there is one corner, one small enclosure that no one ever looks at. It’s the corner in the basement that…

The Gallery of Henri Beauchamp

If you go into this one tiny, dingy one-story bar in Paris, and the right bartender is behind the counter that night, you might…

The Abandoned Convinience Store

Get on any passenger bus that travels a long distance; Greyhound is usually a good pick. Anything that’s on the road for longer than…

SCP Tale #99 – Angle of Attack

Original story: https://scpwiki.com/angle-of-attack

SCP Tale #98 – Year of the Many

Original story: https://scpwiki.com/year-of-the-many

SCP Tale #97 – The Orb is the Key

Original story: https://scpwiki.com/the-orb-is-the-key

SCP Tale #96 – Fun

Original story: https://scpwiki.com/fun

SCP Tale #95: Senior Staff Shenanigans

Dr. Bright sat in the middle of the Cafeteria, the old fashioned computer set before him. Atop said computer was a certain statue of…

SCP Tale #94: The Seeker

Cender was blessed of Old Aggie. His seven daughters and twenty-one granddaughters were proof of that. But now, standing before the statue of the…

SCP Tale #93: Point in Line

“Boom chicka boom, don’t you just love it…” The fat man hummed and sang tunelessly, walking around the brightly lit work area. Everywhere else…

SCP Tale #92: Discovered Attack

The box had arrived in Site 17, and been accepted as an object worthy of containment. Its sender had been correct that it could…

SCP Tale #91: F-U-B-A-R

“What are they doing?” “Nothing… just… talking. Are we sure we’re in the right place? How do we know these aren’t… Original story: https://scp-wiki.wikidot.com/f-u-b-a-r

SCP Tale #90: “Sometimes you get the Bear…”

The twelve members of MTF Rho-Niner (“Theisman’s Leg”) moved up the hill in smooth, catlike motions, their dark grey camouflage uniforms blending in perfectly…

SCP Tale #89: Getting Under His Skin

He used to be bored at work, but now he actively hated it. After the Tempest Night, everyone had been terrified that that hybrid…

SCP Tale #88: The Light At The End Of The Tunnel

It wasn’t working, he realized, as the statuesque woman ran the tip of her finger along the fake incision on his skin and licked…

SCP Tale #87: Reflections

Harken watched the rain sheet the windows, leaning his head on the cool glass in the hopes it would make his headache go away.…

SCP Tale #86: Like Clockwork

“So how do we do this?” Harken asked, stubbing a cigarette into the growing pile on the console ashtray. Kramer looked around inside the…

SCP Tale #85: Ethics Commitee Orientation

Good afternoon, Doctor. Sit down. Your schedule has been cleared. Do not attempt to leave the room until you are told that this session…

SCP Tale #84 – A Working Lunch

“Wait in the car. I’ve got this one,” Harken said. Kramer fixed him with a cold, hard gaze from her oscilloscope-green eyes. “I can’t…

SCP Tale #83: ClusterfREDACTED

The muffled sound reminded her of fireworks. A dull “boom, boom” in the distance that echoed over the landscape. She was half-asleep when it…

SCP Tale #82: Lab Induction

“Welcome to the Level 1 Research Staff Laboratory Induction. My name is Dr. Eisenberg. Now, all of you are probably asking yourself ‘Who the…

SCP Tale #81: Betrayal Will Not Save You

The man in the chair struggled against his bonds, trying to shout something but failing due to the gag in his mouth. A guard…

SCP Tale #80: Learning Shit

Hey, everyone. I’m Agent Bibs. If you really have a hard-on for being formal, call me Mister Bibs. I don’t, so if you call…

SCP Tale #79: Clean Sweep

Dr. Gears typed in a last sentence, clicked the “Send” button, then leaned back in his chair and allowed himself to feel a small…

SCP Tale #78: Transcript Found On Storage Level B 8

“There, it’s on.” “Alright, settle please, settle. Ladies and gentlemen, I call this meeting to order. There are no new faces, so I will…

SCP Tale #77: The Long Con

Two old men sat at a dinner table, directly across… Original story: https://scp-wiki.wikidot.com/the-long-con

SCP Tale #76: The Woven Man

Once upon a time, there was a tailor of well-repute, who resided in a cottage some distance from the town square. He was known…

SCP Tale #75: Shortage

You get up. You shit, shower, and shave, because you have to go to work. Like everyone else, you hate going to work. It’s…

SCP Tale #74: Catch Your Death

“So, let me get this straight,” said Agent Shields, flipping through the folder he had been pondering over. “You commissioned a mass murder of…

SCP Tale #73: Elevator

He was lost in hell. Or as hell, one of the two. He’d kicked and screamed to get here, and now he just wanted…

SCP Tale #72: To Catch a Witch

Original story: https://scp-wiki.wikidot.com/to-catch-a-witch

SCP Tale #71: Eldritch Application

The man behind the desk watched as the cosmic horror before him paced back and forth, ranting what could only be described as its…

SCP Tale #70: Visions of a Better World

It was such a simple idea, really. Barely a daydream, and yet… The proper forms were filed, the proper investigations taken, and, finally, everything…

SCP Tale #69: Mice

We have such a mouse problem. What’s worse, they’re stupid. Your average mouse has the common decency to stay hidden 90% of the time,…

SCP Tale #68: The Pond

“Remind me again why we drove this thing.” Katie thumps the steering wheel, hard, as it sticks again. This time, thankfully, unsticking it doesn’t…

SCP Tale #67: Mary Sue Who

Agent Doctor Merry Soo was the greatest researcher and operative the Foundation had ever known. And at the age of seventeen, she was also…

SCP Tale #66: The Asylum

My friends and I used to do a lot of geocaching after our senior year in high school. For those who don’t know what…

SCP Tale #65: Cold

This story is actually 100% true. I’ve switched names around for privacy’s sake, but I assure you that every bit of this is real.…

SCP Tale #64: Loyal to the Cause

Dr. Ersen sat on the tram, idly flipping between pages on his laptop, not really reading anything. The shuttle whirred softly, the lights of…

SCP Tale #63: Ask Doctor Mann

Welcome to Ask Doctor Mann, where I will be answering any questions that you, the reading public, have for me. If you have questions…

SCP Tale #62: Tradition

“I’m telling you Gears, this is going to be the best year yet.” “That would be a matter of opinion, Crow. However, I can…

The Fartening #2

The Fartening #1

SCP Tale #61: Don Ferreiro’s Lie-Katana

Professor Ferreiro allowed himself another sigh as he swiped his access card across the barcode scanner. Today had not been a good day. Not…

SCP Tale #60: Many Happy Regards

Agatha Rights looked up from her desk as the man in the gray suit entered her office, her hand instinctively reaching for the lamp…

SCP Tale #59: SCP-9005-2

Doctor Evelyn Weston had the summer flu that was going around. Nothing special about that, just a vague, nauseous rumble in her stomach that…

SCP Tale #58: Experiment 919-23

D-Class subject 919-05 was a very, very bad man. Arrested, tried, and convicted of multiple counts of child abduction, rape, and first degree murder,…

SCP Tale #57: Thank You for Your Time

Doctor Braddock nervously walked to the table where the guard guided him. He’d never been in such an elegant club before, and felt terribly…

SCP-106 possible origin theories

We’ve collected 3 most likely origins for SCP 106.. if any of them is true, it remains to be seen.

SCP Tale #56: SCP-001:O5

“Good evening, Doctor. No, no, don’t stand up. And, yes, I am who you think I am. Let’s not make any more of this…

SCP Tale #55: An Average Life

Larry Robbins had by no means been a very energetic or pleased man. He went to work, he labored, he went house, and he…

SCP Tale #54: The Samaritan

The odor of the place was putrid, rotting meat and formaldehyde, together with the coppery scent of blood. Michelle’s first response was to show…

SCP Tale #53: Stitches

It’s amazing how death changes a person. That’s not to say the person themselves (even though it’s safe to say they do undergo a…

SCP Tale #52: The King is Dead

“…Please be seated. Let’s get to business, I know you are all busy, and I appreciate all of you taking time out…” “Cut it,…

SCP Tale #51: A Visitation

Outside the apartment’s windows, the sound of children laughing drifted from the park, a block away. Professor Ian Thomas sank into his couch without…

SCP Tale #50: The Improbable Bibs

Today MisterBibs, Agent of the Foundation, was having string of good luck for the past month. This, naturally, gave him an astonishingly bad mood.…

SCP Tale #49: Unfinished Business

More recent reports on brain activity suggest that SCP-239 is developing a complete resistance to the rotation of drugs we’ve used to keep her…

SCP Tale #48: Like a Russian Racehorse

Agent Strelnikov sat in his office, reading the latest reports on the recent round of tests on SCP-682. Nothing unusual. A few (actually, not…

SCP Tale #47: Epitaph

Dr. Iceberg wove his way down the hall on a makeshift I.V. crutch, with Dr. Gears limping alongside. Most of the security teams and…

SCP Tale #46: The Man from Maple Street

Randy Bragg’s arms still hurt from the morning pushups he had recently resumed. He had to do something, after all. Even if it meant…

SCP Tale #45: Business as Usual

The weather that afternoon was unabashedly foul. The sky was heavy with clouds, the dark grey wetness oozing into everything until nothing was dry.…

SCP Tale #44: The Human Part of the Equation

Sgt. Mansell looked into the room one last time, his eyes already red from the dust and tears that now streaked his cheeks. The…

SCP Tale #43: Welcome to the Machine

The squad split to opposite sides of the street at the head of the block. Private Scott followed two others and the sergeant into…

SCP Tale #42: That Goddamn Thing

The seat that was provided was a harsh gunmetal black edifice, warped enough that it was effectively impossible to place all four legs on…

SCP Tale #41: In the Big League

“Your ID, sir?” You nervously present your ID badge to the heavily-armed guard, who scans the barcode with a handheld reader, checks the display,…

SCP Tale #40: Document Recovered From The Marianas Trench

I need to write this down, because I forget things sometimes, and I think what I heard today was important. Not to me, the…

SCP Tale #39: The God and World

The priests looked up in horror as there was a great, deep growl from above them. Somewhere, in the vast impenetrable body of their…

SCP Tale #38: And It Starts with a Song

The end of the world starts with a song. You wake up, still hopped up on the pain pills they pass out like candy…

SCP Tale #37: A Chance Encounter

“…in three, two, one, mark,” said the pilot as the ship blinked in from hyperspace. “All systems normal, and… there’s the landmark beacon. It…

SCP Tale #36: Revenants

There is a gun in his hands. AR-15 automatic rifle (his mind supplies automatically), standard issue for new Agents or emergency armament, fairly new,…

SCP Tale #35: One Bad Mother

The Conception Dr. Kald and Dr. Mann waited in the main chamber of 542’s new accommodations, sitting in the lush chairs they had arranged…

SCP Tale #34: Empty Spaces

The Captain focused his binoculars and scrutinized the valley below. The highway bent around the hills, littered with refuse and empty cars. Beyond the…

SCP Tale #33: Exit Strategy

…There are still no damage reports from the missiles the United States has launched… The dead are walking the streets! Be sure to lock…

SCP Tale #32: Wasteland

Gareth poked his head over the rocks, peering across the blasted landscape. It was a particularly hot day, the sun’s rays bouncing off the…

SCP Tale #31: World Tour

There were a lot of ghosts. It was a given, and she’d known it the whole time, but it still startled her a little…

SCP Tale #30: Winding Down

Oh, the cold here was biting. He wouldn’t have noticed it if it weren’t for his left lung, his left lung and the stupid…

SCP Tale #29: The List of Wonders

The Beller walked through the Waste, leaving no tracks. He was a tall, lanky man with black hair and beady eyes. He wore a…

SCP Tale #28: Stratagem

“Tater tots? That’s what they give us for lunch? Tater tots?” Dr. Harold Breaker looked down at the brownish nuggets on his plate, alongside…

SCP Tale #27: Fortunate Son

Marcus straightened his tie and brushed his hair to the right side with his hand. One of his roommates was playing Tupac and wildly…

SCP Tale #26: Lullaby

“Christ, 204 really did a number on this place.” Agent Williams frowned as he surveyed the damage the Keter level SCP caused to its…

SCP Tale #25: Dear Diary

Dear Diary ……………………… *Click click tap click tap tap tap* Alright, Videira. Here’s the script you were wondering about. This thing was a sort…

SCP Tale #24: The Medium

I am a wire. They’re finding new ways to kill me. Even now, I can hear 00201, screaming, relentless, and under it and above…

SCP Tale #22: The Loft

“Hurry up, we’re gonna get caught!” Jenny whispered, failing to stifle a giggle. “Come on,” I muttered, “I’ve popped harder locks in my sleep……

SCP Tale #21: Shuffle Tick Tick

Every night for the past month, I’ve had the same dream. I’m in a dark tunnel, and I hear a noise behind me. It’s…

SCP Tale #20: Opportunity Knocks

It is four thirty in the morning, and I’ve just woken up in the shower, laying in the tub with a fierce stream of…

SCP Tale #16: Memories from A Past Life

The summer sun hung low in the sky, turning the clouds all shades of orange, red, and purple, sunbeams shining through the pine trees…

SCP Tale #15: Clef and Dimitri hit the Road

“A sabbatical?” “At least one month,” Dr. Glass said, nervously fingering the panic button under his clipboard. The figure sitting in the chair across…

SCP Tale #14: An evening with Bright

One fine day in the Foundation, Dr. Bright finds the need to clean up some small problems. A researcher has been asking questions, and,…

SCP Tale #12: Badges and Scorecards

Leningrad, December 1979: The flicker of your nightlight casts an unsettling glow throughout your small bedroom and the wind rattles your window, keeping you…

SCP Tale #11: 269

“Explain to me why we’re hiding in somebody’s old, abandoned crap-shack, son.” Neil R. Ghost (age twenty-eight) had never imagined that he would find…

SCP Tale #10: Island Story

It was a dream, or at least it felt like one. Hana had been invited to the ocean god’s palace. She went there in…

SCP Tale #9: Life’s Cold

I look into the metallic reflection of myself in the elevator door. I see it every day. Or just about, since sometimes work keeps…

SCP Tale #7: Target Practice

The fly floated down onto the nose of the statue gently, watching its surroundings carefully for any sign of a predator. Content with the…

SCP Tale #6: Message in a Bottle

The following is a transcript of a handwritten letter found in a 20-ounce glass beverage container, found near Lake [REDACTED] in southwest Wisconsin. Signs…

SCP Tale #5: Perfection

“Do I hear five hundred thousand pounds?” “…” “Thank you…do I hear five fifty?” “…” “Thank you ma’am…do I hear six hundred?” “…” “Thank…

SCP Tale #4: 728

I’m walking through the snow. The crunch of my footsteps creates a slow, yet persistent rhythm, the lack of a breeze allowing the sound…

SCP Tale #2: The Warrior and The Dragon

Able paced towards the towering monstrosity casually, nonchalant in his motions, swaggering and grinning as he did so. A massive two-handed claymore was held…

SCP Tale #1: Of Able

The wind was harsh and cold, swirling gouts of the snow rippling around the man’s thin frame, staining his black cloak like stars in…
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