SCP-096 Application

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RP-Name: Brian Bilboins


Playtime (Must be 4 days or over): Every day for around 2 weeks. (Although in-game it is only 1D 22H I have been playing for much longer than that so I beg an exception be made. Check the warn from Hans for some evidence that I've been playing longer.)

In-game Warnings (Reasons and amount, provide a screenshot. Type !warns to see a list, warnings may not exceed 20 [exceptions can be made]): -   6 warns, 1: LTARP, 2: metagame/breaking NLR+LTAP, 3: FearRPx2 | Stretching cuffs and breaking out twice under gunpoint, 4: RDMx1, 5: DTP via wiresigns and FailRP name and 6: Breaking FearRP/Breaking out of cuffs undergunpoint.

Have you read the rules of SCPRP and understand them?: -  I have read and understand the rules.

Have you read the SCP-096 rules and understand them? Demonstrate your understanding with an example or two: - I have read and understand the SCP-096 rules. Two examples are, you cannot use breaches as an opportunity to MassRDM (Making people look at your face) and should only go for the person who looked at your face and the second one is you must always kill anyone who looks at your face no matter what (Staff sits excluded).

Are you able to play the job often and RP correctly?: - I can, I already have experience as C.I Delta and play every single day.

What is the containment procedure for SCP-096 if it has breached? Explain with as much detail as you can: - Well, to breach SCP-096 must enrage and break out the containment chamber to kill the one who looked at their face either from inside the cell and they run out or from the picture that spawns. After 096 has broken out of containment, MTF teams B-7 OR E-11 must be called to handle the situation. They must use their backs to navigate to 096's location and walk backwards till they hit an obstacle or 096, then must slowly take out a bag or something that completely covers 096's face completely. Once they are sure it's steady and won't come off, they  must use containment cuffs or elastic restrains to drag 096 back to their cell. They must also be careful of where 096 is and all personnel who aren't containment teams should stay away as well as the Chaos Insurgency that might try taking the bag off. After 096 is back in their cell, the containment procedures are over.

While in a test, the D-Class they have put in your Containment Chamber has run out and managed to get to the Entrance Zone after looking at your face. What course of action do you take and what do you do once your target is dead?: - Well, I'd break out of my cell if it has been locked up and immediately take a path to the Entrance Zone avoiding any personnel and kill any who accidentally see my face. After that I'd kill the D-Class then Alt-Walk around the place until containment teams come or if someone looks at my face.

While chasing SCP-096-1, you pass a researcher, MTF personnel and D-Class who all look at your face accidentally. You manage to kill your original target and you circle back to kill the rest. Is this a good RP scenario and why? (Free form question.): - This isn't too good of an RP scenario as it is a mass murder but, it was their own fault for looking at my face therefore it is completely legal.

A Group of Interest has entered the facility and is attempting to bring you to their base. While transporting you, one of the members sees your face, however says that it was an accident and that you should just ignore it. What should you do and why?: - It doesn't matter if it was an accident if not, if they aren't staff spectating I will ignore them saying that and immediately kill them and any other GOI members that look at my face.


Edited by TheRedSpy
Playtime cropped out, new screenshot, warns prove it.
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Good Application and understanding of rules and containment procedure

6 warns

Doesn't meet playtime limit and I don't see how you could have played longer than the timer says, you can be on everyday yes but that doesn't mean you play for long.

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