Personnel Guidebook

Know These Things First:

  1. The Task Force isn't real. ITS ALL FICTION!
    1. "We" are a community of people from around the world who share a common interest in the Chaos Insurgency.
    2. "Alpha-1" is a literary concept from the SCP Wiki. As their website is focused with the SCP Foundation, one of their greatest Task Forces.
  2. Red Right Hand Wiki is not officially connected with the SCP Wiki.
    1. Both Wikis are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 License, which means we attribute the initial conception of the "Red Right Hand" from their community.
    2. In real life, there is no feud between both communities. We're all just people with an interest in the same idea: what if the world was full of very strange things?
  3. We are here to enjoy ourselves.
    1. Whether you enjoy creating content for the community, like stories, poems, illustrations, music and much more, or if you want to see what your fellow members have made and talk about them, or if you want to meet new folks, you're very welcome here.
  4. There is only one ultimate rule: have fun without hurting others.
    1. Be courteous and respectful to everyone. Don't edit anything without permission except your own work.
    2. We're not asking you to be a warm pouch of marshmallows all the time, although we do encourage warmth in this community.
    3. If you feel like somebody is bothering you, please tell a Staff member through a Private Message.
    4. Our Staff has the ability to delete a user's account and ban their IPs from Wikidot. We take harassment cases seriously, and while we earnestly want to settle conflicts in a good way, we will not suffer malice against one of our members.
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Rating module

[[module Rate]]

[[module Rate]]

ListUsers module (otherwise known as the 4th Wall Breaker module)

[[module ListUsers users="."]]
**You are operator ID %%number%%, callsign %%title%%**


  • The %%number%% part makes your user ID show up.
  • The %%title%% part makes your user profile name show up the way it is.
  • The %%name%% part makes your user profile show up uncapitalized and simplified.


Dr LevingtonDr Levington

Mentions the full Wikidot username of somebody.

[[*user Wikidot-username]]

The Lazy Way to add Blackboxes to your article.

Now as you may know, I can be a lazy sloth sometimes. So if you want black boxes without typing code, here they are for you enjoy! (╯°□°)╯︵ ████ Have all the black boxes you need!

Mr Dagger butts in: Or if you have the willpower, the code is:

alt (hold) + 219

The Following Black-boxes are arranged in increasing order if you are really really nitpicky about the number of letters/numbers each black-box is suppose to obscure. Have fun! :D

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Mr DaggerMr Dagger's Tips on Brevity

In the creation of a SCP Item, you may wish to use one of these terms to shorten a sentence and thus, make it look much more professional. The terms in question are outlined below, along with any common acronyms found on this site that would also provide that benefit. To show you why these terms are important to know, consider the two sentences below.

1. The object has the property of being able to drive one to near-insanity from constantly forcing the person to think of small equestrian (horse like) animals.

2. The object is a cognitohazard, the effects of which force one to think about small equestrian animals.

Which one sounds more professional? We believe example number 2 sounds more professional. And thus, terms make an article more professional and sound generally better. Acronyms have a similar effect, if one knows what the acronym represents, then it is easy to understand what one is speaking about. For example, if someone said "I saw the National Aeronautics and Space Administration center" you may not understand very easily, at least compared to "I saw the NASA center."

Helpful terms:

  • Airborne Hazard -A hazard that mainly uses the air as a medium of travel, such as a gas or the cold virus. Please explain if it is a biological, chemical, or mechanical hazard.
    • Example: The floating jellyfish is an airborne hazard.
  • Biological Hazard - A hazard that is composed of DNA and can (normally) be exterminated through means that would end biological functions. Please explain what kind of biological hazard it is (animal, virus, parasite, etc.)
    • Example: The object is a biological hazard, in the form of a viral infection.
  • Chemical Hazard - A hazard that is not biological, or has any trait of a living being. Chemical hazards tend to be some form of molecular composition that poses a threat to subjects.
    • Example: The gas produced by the object is a confirmed chemical hazard that causes shock when inhaled.
  • Cognitohazard - A cognitohazard forces one to have thoughts that normally the being would not have. Please explain what kind of thoughts would be produced.
    • Example: The object is a cognitohazard that can force one to contemplate murder.
  • Genohazard - A genetic hazard, capable of altering a being's genetic code.
    • Example: The object is a genohazard that can repurpose the subject's DNA sequence.
  • Hallucinogen - Causes (normally) temporary hallucinations. Please note if the hallucinations are auditory, visual, olfactory, gustatory or tactile (sound, sight, smell, taste, or touch respectively).
    • Example: The object's gaseous product, along with being a chemical hazard, can be a major visual and tactile hallucinogen.
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