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General Suggestion - Lower Keycard Requirement of SCP-173 doors and Evac Shelter [Completed]


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What are you suggesting? - Lower the keycard requirement of Evac Shelter and SCP-173 containment chambers to Lvl 1

How would this change better the server? - Lvl 1 personnel like Junior Researchers, Junior Maintenance, and Security Officers may need to access Evac Shelter and SCP-173 containment chambers, which makes it really frustrating to have to call someone to come open it for you. 

Are there any disadvantages of making this change to the server? If so, explain. - Slightly easier to abuse access

Who would this change mostly benefit? - Lvl 1 personnel

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The reason why these doors are level 2 is because level 1 personnel aren't trusted yet to deal with a Euclid class SCP.

As for evac shelter, no one should be in those if there isn't a nuke anyways.

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2 hours ago, Jimm said:

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The reason why these doors are level 2 is because level 1 personnel aren't trusted yet to deal with a Euclid class SCP.

As for evac shelter, no one should be in those if there isn't a nuke anyways.

 

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5 hours ago, Jimm said:

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The reason why these doors are level 2 is because level 1 personnel aren't trusted yet to deal with a Euclid class SCP.

As for evac shelter, no one should be in those if there isn't a nuke anyways.

 

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5 hours ago, K I W I said:

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Anyone who can pass the test can instantly open up doors like that? Nah. 

 

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On 8/13/2022 at 8:14 PM, Jimm said:

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The reason why these doors are level 2 is because level 1 personnel aren't trusted yet to deal with a Euclid class SCP.

As for evac shelter, no one should be in those if there isn't a nuke anyways.

While I get the argument to some degree, they wouldn't let researchers and low level security test on SCP-173 at some of the lowest ranks in the branches if they didn't trust them. SCP-173 is the only deadly player SCP Junior Researchers can test on, leaving them to be one of the more interesting picks for newer branch members. Due to SCP-173 being so easy to recontain because of their containment procedures and containment cell placement, it's safe to insure SCP-173 won't take a single step outside of D-Block.

 

While reducing the level of SCP-173's cell could lead to some bad eggs or unknowing personnel letting SCP-173 free, it could also be a great learning tool for those who are new. Junior Maintenance could clean SCP-173's cell with ease, or just fix the doors it had broken. Security Officers could win a rolloff with SCP-173 and open the door by themselves. Finally, Research can open the doors to an SCP they were authorized to test on in the first place.

 

+Support, the pros way out-weight the cons.

 

As for the Evac Shelter, I have no opinion.

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I get the point of the SCP-173 getting lowered to level 1 however I do not recommend the evac shelter being lowered as level 1 personnel can be trolls.

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6 hours ago, Fierian said:

While I get the argument to some degree, they wouldn't let researchers and low level security test on SCP-173 at some of the lowest ranks in the branches of they didn't trust them. SCP-173 is the only deadly player SCP Junior Researchers can test on, leaving him to be one of the more interesting picks for newer branch members. Due to SCP-173 being so easy to recontain because of their containment procedures and containment cell placement, it's safe to insure SCP-173 won't take a single step outside of D-Block.

 

While reducing the level of SCP-173's cell could lead to some bad eggs or unknowing personnel letting SCP-173 free, it could also be a great learning tool for those who are new. Junior Maintenance could clean SCP-173's cell with ease, or just fix the doors it had broken. Security Officers could win a rolloff with SCP-173 and open the door by themselves. Finally, Research can finally open the doors to an SCP they were authorized to test on in the first place.

 

+Support, the pros way out-weight the cons.

 

As for the Evac Shelter, I have no opinion.

 

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+/- Support (keep reading)
 

On 8/13/2022 at 8:14 PM, Jimm said:

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The reason why these doors are level 2 is because level 1 personnel aren't trusted yet to deal with a Euclid class SCP.

As for evac shelter, no one should be in those if there isn't a nuke anyways.

This is unfortunately just wrong. As a Junior Researcher, you are fully allowed to test on SCP-173 all on your own. This also means that Security OFC+ can be your escort. I am fully in support of all SCP-173 doors being lowered to Level 1. 
+ Support for SCP-173 CC

Evac Shelter is a little different. I think that the first door, that leads into the room right across for Security Bunks should be level 1. That door does not have an intrinsic value behind it and I see no reason why not.
HOWEVER, the second door that leads to the actual blast door NEEDS to remain level 2+. That door 1: Needs to be shut when the Nuke goes off and any enlisted accidentally opening it would be a disaster. 2: It has a long ass time to open and is loud AF, I don't want to hear Enlisted opening that for shits and giggles when its a serious situation when that room is under use.
+ Support to first Evac Shelter door
- Support to large blast door.

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