The 12 Best Series VII SCPs Anyone Should Read

To put together my list of the best SCPs of all time, I also had a look at many of the Series VII SCPs.

Series VII might be the newest series on the site and not complete yet, but it already features some absolutely fantastic SCPs.

While I love many of the SCP-contests on the SCP-Wiki, the SCP-6000 contest might be my all-time favorite contest. It features several outstanding and well-written articles.

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The quality I’ve seen in Series VII so far might be the best I’ve seen on the SCP-Wiki. Many of the articles I read were amongst the best SCPs of all time.

For this article, I put together a list of my favorite twelve Series VII SCPs of all time.

Notice: All articles cited here are licensed under CC-BY-SA.

Table of Contents

SCP-6000 – The Serpent, the Moose, and the Wanderer’s Library by Rounderhouse

How would the Wanderer’s Library work as an SCP? If you read this fantastic Series VII SCP by Rounderhouse, you’ll learn that it works extremely well. This is an absolutely fantastic article, one of the absolute best on the entire SCP-Wiki. It’s extremely well-written. It’s overall, less grimdark than many other articles, but it’s also an immensely satisfying one. The tale of Tilda Moose and her characterization are incredibly well done. It’s truly one of the best articles on the entire SCP-Wiki and very well worth reading.

SCP-6001 – Avalon by T Rutherford

I absolutely loved this Series VII SCP and I think it’s one of the most beautiful on the entire SCP-Wiki. The world depicted here is beautiful, full of life and extremely interesting. The dialogue is not only well-written, but also flows extremely well. It’s full of life and fantastically well done. The ending is also great, beautiful even. This is one of the Series VII SCPs I can’t help but love.

SCP-6002 – All Creatures Great and Small by bigslothonmyface

All Creatures Great and Small is one of the greatest Series VII SCPs. This Series VII SCP is about man going haywire and the damage we do to the nature. It’s a fantastic, sad and almost melancholic SCP. It’s a tale of a tree, a tree that contains the genetic information of any living being in the entire world. We also learn, however, what man would do with an entity such as this. The greatest thing, however, is the story of Dr. Wildcard, which is one of the deepest and saddest on the entire SCP-Wiki, a true gut punch. It’s another truly fantastic SCP.

SCP-6005 – Cascadia by Tufto

Tufto’s done it again and proved once more that he’s one of the most popular writers on the SCP-Wiki. He always puts out extremely well-written articles and this one’s no different. It’s a beautiful SCP, but a long one. It shows the evil parts of the SCP Foundation and how far certain members will go to contain anomalies, even if it causes terrible things to happen. What made this Series VII SCP so great is the slowly developing story. The greatest part, however, is the ending, which is one of the strongest, most satisfying on the entire SCP-Wiki.

SCP-6140 – The True Empire by aismallard and stormbreath

The True Empire is a Series VII SCP that follows the idea of SCP-140 – An Incomplete Chronicle. The Daevite Empire is described as one of the worst, most dangerous civilizations in the history of our planet if one believes the chronicle. This SCP describes what happens when the book’s finally completed and the Foundation has to prepare for the emergence of the Daevite Empire in our day and age. It’s without a doubt one of the best Series VII SCPs and worth reading for anyone interested in the Daevite Empire.

SCP-6500 – Inevitable by HarryBlank, Ihp, Grigori Karpin, DarkStuff, Aethris and Placeholder McD

This might be one of the most complex, well put-together SCPs on the entire wiki. It’s probably the longest of all Series VII SCPs on this list, but also one of the most enjoyable and complex. It feels more like reading a novel, or a series of novellas than an SCP, but it didn’t deter my enjoyment. The writing’s fantastic and the individual tales are extremely well done. The only problem might be that it’s a bit too complex and related to too many other SCPs and characters on the SCP-Wiki. And yet, it’s one of the grandest and best pieces of writing on the entire SCP-Wiki.

SCP-6556 – DINOVLOGS! by Dysadron and Pedagon

DINOVLOGS! is a comedy SCP, and it’s absolutely ridiculous. It’s about a YouTube channel titled “TheLifeOfRex” which details the daily life of a juvenile tyrannosaurus rex as video blogs. The silliness, however, doesn’t end here. This entire Series VII SCP centers on a Zoom conference of a group of academics who discussed the YouTube channel. It’s even more ridiculous as it sounds, but without a doubt one of the funniest of all Series VII SCPs.

SCP-6666 – The Demon Hector and the Dread Titania by djkaktus

This Series VII SCP might be the grandest in the entire djkaktus universe yet. Once more, there’s a lot of world-building here. What I loved the most about it was the inclusion of many other SCPs. I especially enjoyed the retconning of SCP-343, which was very satisfying to see. What I had mixed feelings about were the changes to SCP-1000. While I thought it was an interesting depiction of the Children of the Night, it also felt a bit too different. It’s a fantastic article, one full of world building and grand events. Even though I’m not too big a fan of djkaktus’ universe and Project Paragon, I have to admit how well each article is done. This one’s no different and I recommend anyone to read and especially to check out djkaktus’ universe.

SCP-6670 – “Mama?” by Ecronak

Genuine horror has become less common in the modern days of the SCP-Wiki. And yet, “Mama?” is one of the most disturbing, bizarre and sad Series VII SCPs. This Series VII SCP is full of body horror, of sad events and horrible implications. It’s well-written, the emotions are strong, and the horror, especially the ending, will make you cringe. It’s a fantastic horror SCP, but one of the most fucked up and disturbing on the entire SCP-Wiki.

SCP-6789 – Return. Return. Return. by Its A Bad Idea, Ralliston, and Trotskyeet

Return. Return. Return is another great Series VII SCP. It details a strange document that was found on the Foundation servers. It details a room in the basement of a steel factory in which a microcosm of floral and faunal life exists. To get rid of it, the higher-ups forced a worker to torch the entire room. Unbeknownst to him, however, other rooms within the factory soon showed similar properties. From here on out, this Series VII SCP goes through multiple iterations, detailing how things continue to escalate. It’s a long but well put-together read, one I truly enjoyed.

SCP-6820 – TERMINATION ATTEMPT by Placeholder McD

Anyone who’s familiar with the SCP-Wiki knows about SCP-682, the infamous Indestructible Reptile. To be honest, I was never really a fan, and I honestly consider it one of the weaker classics. And yet, it’s still there for a reason, to show just how powerful a monster can be. This Series VII SCP, however, is an homage, a love letter to the good old reptile. It goes even so far as to include other classic SCPs, such as SCP-005 and even several extermination logs. Yet, it’s so much more than that. It’s one of the craziest, in-depth and complex articles on the entire SCP-Wiki. It’s an absolutely outstanding SCP and without a doubt amongst the best Series VII SCPs out there.

SCP-6996 – Does the Red Moon Howl? by Dysadron

Does the Red Moon Howl, is a weird Series VII SCP, but I can’t help to love it. At first, I thought it would be one of the weaker articles on the SCP-Wiki. When I started reading it, I couldn’t help but think of it as ridiculous and yet, all that changed when I got to the exploration logs. They were absolutely brilliant and amongst the best on the entire SCP-Wiki. Even more so was the ending, which I thought was incredibly well done. What I enjoyed even more was how it agreed very much with my philosophy about life. While parts of this Series VII SCP might be weaker, the fantastic ending more than makes up for it.

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