The SCP Foundation protects the world from entities, locations and objects whose very existence violate natural law. Sometimes the price in lives is a heavy one, but the various threats, collectively known as SCP’s, do not allow for mercy or pity. There is only survival or death.

One such SCP has shown itself in Brooklyn and a team of foundation agents must discover the true extent of the threat before it can possibly destroy the foundation itself.

Intro Music: Crowd Hammer by Kevin Macleod. Purchase it here.

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9 comments on “SCP: Twisted Den 1 of 2

  1. Ken says:

    OK. I can see lots of my time in the future going to that wiki. Really enjoying the story so far.

  2. Aurellion says:

    Interesting. I take it this is a NWoD hack without GMC (hence no Athletics added to defense?)

    Either way, great story so far. Love the source material.

  3. Katsushiro says:

    It’s a NWoD hack, yes, but the Defense thing wasn’t on purpose- I completely flaked on letting them add their Athletics. Good catch. If we continue this game (and indications are good that we will) I’ll definitely make sure they have their Athletics added.

    … and then try harder to kill them.

  4. FandibleDave says:

    I *knew* I was right about athletics! BAM!

  5. Barsher D Barsher says:

    Didn’t we catch it during the second half?

  6. MDMann says:

    The clap?

  7. TrystonG33K says:

    So, I’m predicting that the Flood will be back in Halo: Overlord. And hopefully it won’t focus on Spartans for once, but on mentally unstable ex-marines living on a Human Colony and trying to contain flood outbreaks…

    I absolutely loved the in-media-res opening. I’ve been wanting to do that in a game for a while.

  8. Katsushiro says:

    Hey TrystonG33K, really glad you liked it. It was a bit of a risk, starting like that in a new game with no explanation or set up, but I figured with these players, we could make it work, and it’d be a fun way of showing the kind of danger and things they do on a regular basis, better than just dry exposition. Glad to hear it worked for you. 🙂

  9. Fabian says:

    This intro was completely unrealistic. Come on. Bungie, putting a sentient, mind-controlling paint can in its games? They’ve never done anything ridiculous like that b–

    *thinks back to the Gravemind*

    Oh. My. God. That explains EVERYTHING!

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