SCP-1510 The Tarnished Legionnaire

SCP-1510 The Tarnished Legionnaire

What Is It?

The YouTube video SCP-1510 The Tarnished Legionnaire by the YouTube channel Dr Bob.

Here is the description for this video:

Dr Bob brings you SCP Foundation Safe Class object, SCP-1510, The Tarnished Legionnaire Animation.

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SCP 1510 is a standard bronze Roman infantry helmet dating to the Marian Reforms of the year 107 BCE.

The helmet bears no marks to distinguish it from other, similar helmets, and shows appropriate signs of aging.

The helmet shows no anomalous properties unless worn by a man of the ages 28-35.

When worn by a man of the appropriate age, SCP-1510 -1 will manifest, overriding the wearer’s personality entirely until it is removed, whereupon it will return to normal.

The wearer will have no recollection of the time the entity had control over his body.

When addressed, SCP-1510-1 will identify himself, in classical Latin of the Central Italian dialect, as Publius Carthephilus Aetius, a Roman soldier formerly under the command of the Consul Gaius Marius, who fought in the Jugurthine War and died under unclear circumstances the night following the triumphus of that war.

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This video, being derived from https://scp-int.wikidot.com/scp-1510 written by Dmatix, is released under Creative Commons Sharealike 3.0.

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Narrated by Joe Cliff Thompson

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What Makes A Language… A Language? – Martin Hilpert

What Makes A Language… A Language? – Martin Hilpert

What is it?

The YouTube video What Makes A Language… A Language? – Martin Hilpert by the YouTube channel TED-Ed, here is the description for this video:

Dig into the distinction between a language and a dialect, and uncover the history of standardized languages.

Outside of China, Mandarin, and Cantonese are often referred to as Chinese dialects, despite being even more dissimilar than Spanish and Italian.

On the other hand, speakers of Danish, Norwegian, and Swedish, which are three distinct languages, can usually communicate with each other in their native tongues.

So, when is speech considered a dialect versus a language? Martin Hilpert investigates.

Lesson by Martin Hilpert, directed by Luísa M H Copetti, Hype CG.

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In School Again & A Police Officer Clown

Lazy dream overview:

This dream involved me being in school again (we were probably adults in this dream) with all of my former classmates, we even lived at the school which was a multi-story building, and the dorm(s) were on one or more upper floors.

I heard news that Tom Brady was possibly going to be playing a different position on his football team because of an injury of his.

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Sleep Paralysis With A Very Short & Thin Female Entity | Spaceship (UFO) Swarms

I went to sleep on a living room couch and I woke up and I went back to sleep several times waiting to watch episode two of American Horror Story: Cult, and at some point the episode failed to play so I got in bed without voice recording anything and I had several dreams and a near sleep paralysis experience and a sleep paralysis experience that I transitioned into a dream and a sleep paralysis experience with an assumed visual and auditory hallucination.

I did not voice record most of these because of the sleep paralysis experience and I did not want to get out of bed, instead I left a few notes on my mobile phone that I texted to myself, and so many details are lost now.

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Cockroaches In A Dream & A Hallucination Of One In The Real World | An Argument Over Who Will Lead A Family

Dream 1

All that I can remember of the first dream is at the very end of the dream I was walking in the alley outside of my parents yard by the pet cages during late in the evening or during the night, and so it was a bit dark and I think that I was a bit angry/annoyed about something.

I was trying to walk back to the gate to go back inside the yard but there were some rotten pieced of wood/trees in the way and so I started stomping on them in anger/annoyance, some cockroaches (roaches) started coming out of the wood, and I hate roaches so I started stomping them wildly; but this killing frenzy caused me to wake up suddenly in the real world.

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