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People are pretty big fans of both scp-939 and Dr.Maynard. Both of these are dangers disguised as researchers, something that adds a bit more fun to the researcher role that it is severely lacking at times.

 

As such, ill like to suggest a third disguised SCP that i've found while reading the new articles in series 5. 

 

SCP-4104:

Health: 100

Speed: Same as a normal researcher

Model: Same as normal researcher models(So pointshop models would still apply if this is possible)

Can use items and weapons same as a normal researcher

Armed with a special "Erase" weapon(More on this later).

 

SCP-4104 is SCP sided, not foundation sided, and is simply disguised as a researcher. They, for all intents and purposes, are a normal researcher. However, their goal is not to escape, like most SCPS. instead, at the start of the round, and every 2 minutes afterwards, they are given a target. This can be anyone who is alive, provided they're not on the SCP team. They need to reach this target and 'erase' them with the erase weapon. This instantly kills them, and removes their name from the scoreboard for the duration of the round(Maybe dont let someone whos erased respawn as reinforcements either, but that could get buggy).

While they can use weapons and items to kill people whenever they want, they don't get any points for doing so, and their only source of points is from 'erasing' their chosen target.

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SCP Hitman

Well, disguised SCPs are something we only have one of, and obviously, that's not much; this idea is pretty welcome.

 

Anyways, I know there is going to be that one person which points don't matter to them, and they just go ahead and play the class like an SCP variant of a CI spy. However, it does sound fun to hunt down people to erase, well, it should play out as fun. Searching an entire facility for one person may prove tedious, so there should be some mechanic to indicate where ever the target is.

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7 minutes ago, Doomnack said:

SCP Hitman

Well, disguised SCPs are something we only have one of, and obviously, that's not much; this idea is pretty welcome.

 

Anyways, I know there is going to be that one person which points don't matter to them, and they just go ahead and play the class like an SCP variant of a CI spy. However, it does sound fun to hunt down people to erase, well, it should play out as fun. Searching an entire facility for one person may prove tedious, so there should be some mechanic to indicate where ever the target is.

 

Im aware there will always be that guy whos points dont matter, but seeing as the points are 'towards team winning', people who care about actually having their team win would care about the hitman playstyle.

 

And sure, they could get an indicator.

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With that many features it seems like it would be a bitch to code. Regardless good idea. Not exactly sure how it would balance out though. +1

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38 minutes ago, strawberry crab said:

With that many features it seems like it would be a bitch to code. Regardless good idea. Not exactly sure how it would balance out though. +1

 

Not really that many 'features'.

A. Normal researcher stats but on SCP team. That is not remotely hard for Xy to code.

B. An 'eraser' weapon that just kills a person instantly at melee range(or only works on the target. latter would be prefered)

C. Eraser weapon removes person from scoreboard

D. Randomly selecting a target(1471 already randomly infects people, and randomly selects a target at the start of the round)

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