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  1. IGN: Bongo Bunions -1 Support. Everytime I have played and are 343 you either minge, or go internet police. While Class-D try and escape , if they manage to get past the first SO checkpoint ive seen you multiple times fly through them and get them stuck, until they get shot. Its not just Class-D either, that was just an example, but I have seen you multiple times you it to stop people from what they are trying to do. I have also encountered you many times (as you have done this to me a couple times), fly through HCZ as 343 and ask any escaped SCP's how they breached and you will immediately call and admin just to say they self-breached. IDK, anytime ive experienced you in game you are the one i've seen that just makes me go ugh, because its either a minge or internet policing as 343.
  2. Name: Bongo Bunions Rank: Researcher I Clearance Level: 2 List of Personnel involved in testing: - Bongo Bunions (Researcher 1) - ShyGuy (Junior Researcher) - 2x MTF Security Escort Amount of D class involved: 1 SCP: SCP-049 - SCP-049-02 Errors and/or safety hazards: SCP-049-02 was incinerate due to biohazard. Question: What does the “Cure” of SCP-049 do to the anatomy of a D-Class patient Background Research: SCP-049 has a “cure” in which turns a living entity into some sort of zombie. Hypothesis: The SCP-04-02 will have a deteriorated brain, as well as festering organs. Observation: Upon administering the “Cure” onto D-class, we respectively made sure SCP-049 was not a threat and subdued SCP-049-02. Upon investigation these were my findings; - Heart: Deteriorated beyond belief, seemed to have a heart rate of about .02 bpm. - Liver: Non existent - Lungs: Lung capacity seemed fine, but showed no movement. The SCP-04-02 requires no oxygen to live and therefore seemed almost immortal unless stopped by force. -Rib Cage: Almost looks torn open, but seems that many of the bones lost structure upon reanimation causing the deterioration of the calcium structure. - Intestines: Large intestine seemed to be constantly dripping gunk onto the floor as the intestine was out of the body disconnected from the base of itself. Large intestine still seemed to be inside the body but was festering and seemed to be dissolving. - Muscles: seemed to be larger than normal and protruding out of skin. SCP-049-02 seemed to be extraordinarily strong compared the non-cured D-class counterpart. Visual Stimuli (Photos/ videos): N/A Analysis: SCP-049-02 Seemed to have diminished organ functions, but muscle seemed to be extremely enhanced. SCP-04-02 is a very dangerous entity and should be avoided at all costs. Conclusion: SCP-049-02 showed large deterioration in most parts of its body. Do your results align with your hypothesis?: Yes
  3. Name: Bongo Bunions Rank: Researcher I Clearance Level: 2 List of Personnel involved in testing: -Bongo Bunions (Researcher 1) -SCP-1048 -Security Escort - W (Senior Development) [helped with incineration] Amount of D class involved: 1 SCP: SCP-1025 Errors and/or safety hazards: SCP-1048 ended up coming in contact with SCP-1025 and needed to be terminated via Incinerator. Question: Testing if an SCP would have a seperate experience from SCP-1025 effects than from a D-Class Background Research: SCP-1025 has a known 1200 pages all with different effects. We had D-class read, then SCP-1048. Hypothesis: SCP-1048 will have no reaction compared to the D-class subject. Observation: Upon entering the chamber we released D-class first to read page 632 (an unknown or previously un-read page). Upon reading the page the patient was telling us how he felt. He soon started seeing everything sightly brighter, his skin felt red hot, and his organs felt like they were all rubbing against each other, he soon caught on fire running around and screaming in pain pure nonsense. Shortly after the patient succumbed to his burns, and fell unconscious when he was presumed dead . After cleaning the containment cell and transposing of the body SCP-1048 was next up. We used the same page our D-class read, page 632. Upon reading SCP-1048 felt no reaction at all, and turned to look through the glass. We told 1048 that he could leave SCP-1025 cell whenever. It may seem that SCP-1048 did not understand me through the thick glass, and went back to SCP-1025. He flipped to the next page and started looking at the words, and shortly after started stumbling into the cell walls and table, nearly knocking 1025 off the desk. I seems he went blind for what seemed like 5-10 minutes. After the effects wore off, SCP-1048 said that he did not feel like himself and the staff and I noticed that he could only move at a slower pace than normal. Obviously SCP-1048 was infected with something deeper that had the side effects of temporary blindness, what we are thinking was some type of degenerative cancer of some sort. Upon leaving HCZ, SCP-1048 was transported with myself and our escort to meet with Senior Development W. We told Senior Development W, of what seemed to happen and the buildup of what has happened to 1048, and we quickly rushed 1048 to the incinerator rooms as he was counted as contagious or bio hazard material. Visual Stimuli (Photos/ videos): N/A Analysis: SCP reaction to SCP-1025 was *supposdely* non lethal, but potentially contagious compared to D-class instant death. Conclusion: the two effects were different, but no sure sign of if it was because of the difference of the two. Do your results align with your hypothesis?: Slightly
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  6. Name: Bongo Bunions Rank: Researcher I Clearance Level: 2 - List of Personnel involved in testing: - Bongo Bunions (Researcher 1) - Security Personnel for Delivery Amount of D class involved: 1 SCP: SCP-527 Errors and/or safety hazards: None Question: Testing SCP-527 intelligence versus a D-class intelligence. Who shows more promise for the future? Background Research: A piggy-back on one of my last mass tests in which we tested the actual intelligence of SCP-527. This test I went on by doing certain small questions and very basic arithmetic. Hypothesis: SCP-527 will show a level of intelligence but not that of equal or greater than a Class-D patient. Observation: SCP-527 showed high intelligence for complex mazes using obstacles as advantages to help find the prize. So SCP-527 excelled in certain ones such as identifying objects, as well as identifying colors and labeling them. Questions go as asked: Researcher: “What is your name” Class-D : said respective name SCP-527 : “Fish” Researcher: “what is the answer to the math equation” (2+2) Class-D : “I think 4” (showed uncertainty in answer) SCP-527 : “Fish” After putting 2 different props, one pan, and one garbage can. Researcher: “Which one is a pan” Class-D : *points to pan with hands* SCP-527 : *proceeds to sit in pan* “Fish” Researcher: “which one is green” (The garbage can is green) Class-D : “I think the garbage can” (Showed uncertainty) SCP-527 : *proceeds to sit in the garbage can” Researcher: “Final question, what is the color of your opposites outfit” (Class-D answers SCP-527 color, and vice versa) Class-D : “Blueish purple” (SCP-527 suit is purple) Scp-527 : “Orange” Visual Stimuli (Photos/ videos): Attached Analysis: SCP-527 seemed to be efficient in labeling colors but other than that, showed very low intelligence. Conclusion: SCP-527 shows a lack of intelligence when it comes to anything but very basic elements of life. Do your results align with your hypothesis?: Slightly
  7. Name: Bongo Bunions Rank: Researcher Clearance Level: 2 List of Personnel involved in testing: - Bongo Bunions (Researcher I) - Silver3504 (Junior Researcher) - MTF Nu 7 RS Fish (Escort) Amount of D class involved: 2 SCP: SCP-049 Errors and/or safety hazards: SCP-049 went ballistic after a couple questions and infected both D Class patients. Question: Will SCP-049 react when asked questions about what he remembers. When getting a lead on a question, delve deeper into the question to get a negative emotion or response. Background Research: Gathered 2 D-Class prisoners, and them took down too HCZ. Upon investing, it showed that SCP-045 did not remember much of its past and only knew very vague or broad memories. Hypothesis: SCP-045 will have little to no memory on events of its past, and if it does, even the toughest of questions will not invoke an emotional response Observation: Upon testing, the 2 D-Class were ordered into the cell. We had our MTF officer there ready for any defiance. When the MTF officer released the prisoners and left them with 049, we asked a series of questions. Questions involving its past such as; "who does he remember, what does he love, who does he miss". The only question he answered was “Who does he miss”, upon which he said “Them”. When answered I responded with deeper level questions stating that “Them” are dead and gone, and will never be back. SCP-045 still showed no emotional response until I went deeper and exclaimed that whatever happened to them was because of it-self and problems that it created. Upon stating this SCP-045 went rampant running around the cell screaming until he finally infected our two D-Class patients and ordered them to attack. Our MTF officer fought off the two infected and were later incinerated in the chambers. SCP-045 was put under heavy lock down until further notice. Visual Stimuli (Photos/ videos): N/A Analysis: SCP-045 showed EXTREME emotional response to certain questions about him Conclusion: SCP-045 shows very little emotion, but has extreme reactions to certain triggers. Do your results align with your hypothesis?: NO
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    SCP 912 Test, 8/11/19

    Good test. +1
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    [SCP-049] D-Class cure test

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  10. Hello fellow researchers, I think that Researchers I, II, III, IV should all be required (or should be pushed to being more willing) to showing Juniors how to conduct test. When I first started I was super confused on what or whatnot to do in a test and I was scared I was going to get a strike or demotion if I did something wrong. Also, I was very confused on what would or wouldn't be against the rules regarding testing. Recently I have been doing tests teaching new or fairly new Junior Researchers how to conduct a test on Safe, and Keter types of SCP's. If you see me in the laboratory please feel free to come up and ask to tag along or ask for me to assist you in a test. Currently I have done 3 tests with 3+ juniors showing them how to conduct a test. If you see me, ask any questions in which would be necessary. Best regards, Bongo Bunions.
  11. Hello fellow researchers, Recently I have been doing tests teaching new or fairly new Junior Researchers how to conduct a test on Safe, and Keter types of SCP's. If you see me in the laboratory please feel free to come up and ask to tag along or ask for me to assist you in a test. Currently I have done 3 tests with 3+ juniors showing them how to conduct a test. If you see me ask any questions in which would be necessary. Best regards, Bongo Bunions.
  12. Name: Bongo Bunions Rank: Junior Researcher Clearance Level: 2 List of Personnel involved in testing: Bongo Bunions (Researcher I) Flygon (Junior Researcher) Saus (Junior Researcher) Roostersteain (Junior Researcher) MTF Nu7 RCT Evil MTF Nu7 R5 Robot [ All Junior researchers involved helped and should recieve equal participation in this test. Each was needed for some task to get such a high risk test off.] Amount of D class involved: 1 SCP: SCP-049 Errors and/or safety hazards: D-Class prisoner was considered biohazard material and therefore was incinerated after test. Question: Will a D-Class patient mental state be the same, increased, or diminished when given SCP-049 cure after being infected. Background Research: Before given SCP-049 disease we asked multiple questions regarding; age, name, and a simple math equation. The test subject seemed to have already been a subject of lower IQ and failed to even complete simple math equations. Hypothesis: The patient will come out with a lowered IQ as well as diminished brain and possibly motor functions. Observation: Upon administering the patient with the disease, waited a couple minutes and then 049 cured him. When retrieved the patient came out with a different dialect and a distinct accent. Upon asking the patient his name, he said “My name is SCP-052500”, and could not remember his age. When moving patient to the incinerators, he constantly mumbled random words and phrases that made no sense. Repeatidly saying something like “I saw it all” and “I was the one.” Patient had no problems with motor functions though. Visual Stimuli (Photos/ videos): N/A Analysis: Patient returned with diminished brain functions. Conclusion: Conclusive Do your results align with your hypothesis?: Yes.
  13. Name: Bongo Bunions Rank: Junior Researcher Clearance Level: 2 List of Personnel involved in testing: Bongo Bunions (Junior Researcher) Silver (Researcher I) Doc (Researcher IV) SS1 (Euclid Test Manager) 2 MTF Escorts. Amount of D class involved: N/A SCP: SCP-527 Errors and/or safety hazards: No errors Question: How smart is SCP-527? This will be determined through a series of test such as he takes an IQ test, whether or not they can determine a threat, if they can operate a firearm, if he knows how to throw a party with good manners, etc… Background Research: Used 3 different tests. Using a maze, different weapons, melee and explosive. Hypothesis: Hypothesis is that SCP-527 might show some intelligence regarding the material. Observation: SCP-527 showed superior intelligence when it came to the maze using other props and materials to find a very well hidden prize at the end. Used multiple props stacked on top of each other to climb and find objects. Regarding the weapons, upon giving a grenade he bit the pin off and devoured it, then showed no signs of an exploding grande? (Maybe internals dissolved material that caused grenade to explode). SCP-527 seemed to have no interest in the melee bat at all. Visual Stimuli (Photos/ videos): Attatched. Analysis: SCP-527 Showed great intelligence when it came to finding things in the maze, but showed no advancement when it came to using non primitive technologies. Conclusion: SCP-527 has intelligence but no grasp of technologies. Do your results align with your hypothesis?: Yes.
  14. Name: Bongo Bunions Rank: Junior Researcher Clearance Level: 2 List of Personnel involved in testing: Bongo Bunions (Junior Researcher) Junior Researcher Krezzer (did no testing, overlooked to get an example of how to test a subject) Security Personnel for Delivery Amount of D class involved: 1 SCP: SCP-999 Errors and/or safety hazards: SCP-066 entered the testing room we were in and our patient exclaimed “erik” causing SCP-066 to play loud music causing the termination of our patient, ending the test prematurely. Question: Testing SCP-999 reaction times and reactions to a D-class patient showing different emotions with facial remarks. Background Research: I went into any files and history related to tests with SCP-999 and found a lot of tests to be very old or outdated and wanted to recheck signs of SCP-999 growing or decreasing in reaction time. As a piggyback I wanted a more personal and non-reposted test so I always checked to see how SCP-999 would respond to different facial emotions from the patient. Hypothesis: Hypothesis is that SCP-999 with its low intelligence will just replicate any shown facial expressions. Observation: We attempted to show SCP-999 5 different facial expressions (Happy, Sad, Excited, Angry, and Worried) we only got through 3 before SCP-066 terminated our patient. Upon showing SCP-999 Happy and excited, SCP-999 replicated the happiness with a “happy gargle and almost purr-like sound”. Next we showed excitement and instead of replication or a sound, SCP-999 showed increased bodily functions and rapidly ran around the room looking for something to do or to be excited about. Our last expression due to SCP-066 killing our D-class patient, was sadness. Upon showing the facial expression SCP-999 went and try to cuddle with the patient to seemingly make him feel better. After the expression of sadness SCP-066 came in saying “Erik” in which our patient responded with “Erik”, causing a quick termination to the patient and the test. Visual Stimuli (Photos/ videos): N/A Analysis: Showed slow response times, as well as almost always happy responses to different facial expression. Conclusion: SCP-999 still shows slow reaction time with a constant response to facial expressions. Do your results align with your hypothesis?: Yes