SCP-682 VS SCP-166 (SCP Animation)

SCP-682 VS SCP-166 is a face-off between The Hard to Kill Reptile and Just A Teenage Gaea. Who will win? Watch and find out!

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Based on “Experiment Log T-98816-OC108/682” written by Dr Gears: https://scp-wiki.wikidot.com/experiment-log-t-98816-oc108-682

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  1. I believe there was a miscommunication in the translation of the experiment logs. The logs state that it was 682 that melted and had the flowers and massive tree grow out of it once regenerated, not 166.

  2. Dr.Clef : Was this the ugly ass, lizard looking, weird ass, no good little mot**rfu**er who tried to hurt you?
    SCP – 166 : Yes Daddy.
    SCP – 682 : OH SHIT!
    O5 Council: OH SHIT!
    Dr. Clef to 682 : *readies a shotgun loaded with God knows what, and imbued with countless thaumaturgical attributes * Sup?! BITCH!

  3. wanna know why you never heard of this doctor before? because after this test clef threw him to 682
    edit: you should animate it as the next 682 cross test, 682 vs researcher

  4. I hate that they have changed SCP-166 into just a "teenage Gaea". In my own personal opinion, I think the original concept of SCP-166, the teenage succubus had a much better personality and character than she does now. I just found her more interesting. She wanted to be a nun, despite what she is. There's a great conflict because of what she is and what she wanted to be. This current SCP-166 is just a boring nature goddess that destroys technology.
    They must've changed this SCP because of being a "succubus". It is somewhat understandable, the fact she had to be naked felt like a little bit inappropriate and yet the rewrite had ruined her completely. You don't have to agree with me, this is solely my opinion.

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