The SCP multiverse is under constant assault, and destruction can come at any moment. Therefore, having just one database is a folly the Foundation can no longer accept. Join Dr. Kevin Milgram and SCP-073 ‘Cain’ as they create an oral history of the SCP Foundation in Memories of Cain an SCP Story, hosted by Daniel Doremus. For should the Foundation fall, the unkillable first murderer of man will live on.
The SCP multiverse is under constant assault, and destruction can come at any moment. Therefore, having just one database is a folly the Foundation can no longer accept.
Dr. Milgram has finally convinced the O5s to backup the Foundation’s database onto a immortal, mobile, data storage entity, SCP-073. As fears around SCP-5000 pushed Dr. Milgram’s proposal to active project status, the downloading begins with the supplemental SCPs found within SCP-5000. It seems SCP-073 has experience with today’s download, SCP-610. Will this grant the Foundation any new insights into the Flesh that Hates?
This Episode has some weirdness in the formatting of the script. The original author wrote SCP-610-L1 and -L4 with formatting to suggest they are literal videos in fiction that are simple being written out for the sake of our real world consumption. This contrasts to -L2, -L3, and -L5 which are written as though they are in fiction reports about videos that exist. So for the ‘videos’ (-L1 and -L4) there are sound effects and for the ‘reports’ (-L2, -L3, and -L5) there are not. I’m not certain I like that distinction and I may go back to update the entire thing with sound effects or simply take them all out. In an audio medium you can’t hear formatting, so please let me know if it was confusing to listen to.