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ATTENTION TO ALL USERS
Since the administrators of this wiki have been absent for so long, vandals and trolls have been coming here and laying this wiki to ruin. And because the admins aren't around to give anyone of us responsible users the authority to delete all the garbage that's been posted here, I believe it's time to jump ship and start over, which is exactly what I've done.
I've created a new wiki page to replace this one: Monsters & Creatures Wiki. With the amount of free time I currently have, I should be around often enough to lay down the law in case the jerks who've ruined this site decide to do the same to the new one. If you want to come and contribute, be warned: I might get a bit totalitarian at first when it comes to what should or shouldn't be on there (the trolls here can be thanked for that), but hopefully we can make the new site much more friendly and presentable than this one's turned out to be.
I'm brand new to the wiki and noticed the overabundance of SCP articles. Nearly all of them seem to be directly copied and pasted from the SCP site, so anyone who sees them is going to wonder what on earth they're about. I'd like to make it a wiki-wide effort to rewrite them in a non-SCP article format, talking about the SCP itself rather than simply showing the article. For anyone who doesn't know what SCP is, you can find out here: http://www.scp-wiki.net/about-the-scp-foundation
It's basically the more professional-sounding version of Creepypasta (not to put down Creepypasta at all). The SCP Foundation is a fictional, worldwide, government-run organization that Secures, Contains, and Protects (SCP) anomalous artifacts, entities, and locations. I love to see it here, but not like this.