Luke Holding

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RP-Name: Luke Holding

SteamID: STEAM_0:0:554528839

Playtime (Must be 4 days or over):  (4 day old screenshot but no warning change)image.thumb.png.074fc42050ae6ac2d4958591b1cc8ece.png

In-game Warnings (Reasons and amount, provide a screenshot. Type !warns to see a list, warnings may not exceed 20 [exceptions can be made]): (Warns above)

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: I do understand 
1) You may kill individuals blocking doors to your target, however you may not simply kill anybody on the path. They have to be actively obstructing you to be considered “allowed to kill”. > If I have started the chase to someone who has viewed my face and someone either purposely blocks the door or unaware for a moment of time then I am able to kill them. 
2) When in your Containment Chamber, you must sit in a corner and face the wall. You may not face the door or try and force a breach by making people look at you. It is FailBreaching if you do this. > At all times I must sit in the corner, this doesn't prevent me from moving around and making a more realistic movement to what 096 could but it is there to make sure whenever researchers do plan to start testing then a breach cannot be forced with me keep facing my containment door. I must wait for either someone viewing my photo or 096 testing gone wrong.

Are you able to play the job often and RP correctly?: I am able to.

What is the containment procedure for SCP-096 if it has breached? Explain with as much detail as you can: Containment protocols proceed with the local evacuation of the vicinity of 096 to prevent another 096-1 scenario. After this, a containment unit will keep their back onto 096 at all times to prevent triggering 096 during containment procedures. They will then start to move backwards slowly until their back has hit 096 and they are certain once they do turn around to re-contain that they would not trigger 096. Then an opaque bag is to be placed onto the head of 096 and then be escorted back to their containment. 

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?: I would start my trigger process (wait 30-45 seconds before I hunt) to allow RP to be better and to add a sense of fear in my vicinity as they know I have an imminent breach. Once the trigger process has concluded I would begin to breach containment and then take the fastest path to eliminate the d class. If anyone else during my breach has viewed my face then I would kill them on the way. At the moment of me killing the D class, I would instantly sit down and start cooldown/cry sequence.

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.): I believe this would be a Good RP scenario, frustrating for the 3 but a good scenario for the site as it adds more fear of 096 within RP as this new killing makes Containment units be extra careful as they do not wish to be the next name on my list. Furthermore, if I had not turned back to kill them, then it would not match 096 lore as this humanoid killed anything that saw its face and me not circling back would not match the lore that interested us all about this iconic SCP.

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?: No matter if an accident or not I am forced to terminate the GOI. This is due to 096 being a ruthless humanoid that kills anyone who sees its face even if it was an accident

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