Why don't you try being part of the foundation and be ignored when trying to get a critque? You will find that it isn't pleasant AT ALL.
You mean, this one
from three hours ago? I don't even see where you joined the chat to get feedback on it. You got valid criticism here (from an accomplished SCP author no less) and you got mad at the guy.
Be patient, please. Many of the staff that offer criticism work day jobs and are active in the evening. But getting impatient with them and then asking for their help usually won't go well.
The idea isn't bad, and the tone is getting there, but please dump this whole thing into a word processor and spell-check it. There's a lot. Here's a thing:
All surfaces (with the exception of organic surfaces) affected by SCP-XXXX-2 start to slowly grow various structures consisting of various gemstones and minerals.
The subject then proceeded to create a crystalline sword out of the ground,
Pick one. Slow is more interesting, to me.
This knife seems to be extremely sharp, as it is shown to be capable of cutting through diamond.
I'd get rid of this thing. It doesn't add anything to the piece and you're throwing in something that is wildly improbable. Don't throw in spooky science for the sake of it.
The forum criticism guys will probably get to your thread in a few hours. In the meantime, think about what's keeping, and what really contributes to the story.
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