James Clarke

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RP-Name: James Clarke

SteamID: STEAM_0:1:184311030

Playtime: 4d 1h 20m (As of writing)

In-game Warnings: None (http://prntscr.com/11gj58g)

Have you read the rules of SCPRP and understand them?: Yes

Have you read the SCP-096 rules and understand them? Demonstrate your understanding with an example or two: 

1. You must not use a breach to MRDM. This means you must only chase your target. Purposefully getting people to look at you is not allowed. The only person that matters to me is the target.

2. Regardless of roleplay, if somebody looks at your face you MUST kill them. For example if a researcher is roleplaying with 096 and looks at their face, 096 must kill them.

3. Once you have killed your target you MUST sit down exactly where you killed them and either wait for containment or someone to look at your face.

Are you able to play the job often and RP correctly?: Yes, I know the rules and am able to play regularly.

What is the containment procedure for SCP-096 if it has breached? Explain with as much detail as you can:

In the event that 096 breaches, a path should be cleared so no more people look at 096's face. If multiple 096-1s are created guards/containment should find and terminate them. Once 096 is sat down and all 096-1s are gone, Containment units must put a bag over 096's head and take him back to his chambers. Anyone who attempts to block or look at 096's face could risk being arrested.

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?: Regardless of where the subject is, if they look at my face I MUST attempt to kill them. Once I have killed them I will sit down and either wait for containment or another target.

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.): Yes of course! In the SCP universe anyone who looks at 096's face becomes a target no matter their job or location.

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?: I should kill them, 096 kills everyone who looks regardless of if it was an accident or not. 



Apologies for the scuffed formatting, Sometimes it doesn't let you change it.

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I have seen you around on the server, you seem like a nice guy and honestly your roleplay with  SCP-096 when you get the samples and test on them is quite interesting, I believe you will be a good 096 as you understand rules.


I have honestly never seen you intently break a rule or be a complete ming and you always act in an appropriate manner


Your not really one to disappoint when it comes to roleplay and good behavior, good luck with this application and I hope you get accepted

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Good application however you only have 4d playtime can you provide some proof ?

Also your rule examples are only slightly different than the ones in the template this means one of two things one being you are so much of a nerd that the rules are glued in your brain or two you are a lazy person who plans to job abuse.

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Clear understanding of what the rules are and what the role entails

Good playtime too

No reason why you shouldn't have it, considering you have no previous warns too

Proud owner of the famous Gromit Mug.



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James Clarke
My sincerest apologies for letting your app sit like that, I have not been well recently and have only now just gotten to them.

Please contact a member of staff or myself in-game to receive your SCP-096 whitelist.
Ensure you show them a screenshot of this post or link it.

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