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  1. Time to smash. You know not every SCP rewards you for fighting them. Though obviously, SCPs are meant to be a threat, and you aren't supposed to be hunting down them for a prize as much as they should be hunting down you. However, shaking up things a bit, feel free to grab a couple of m&m's from this anomalous piñata when you get the chance. Though, I hope you that not every candy is the same, especially the type you get from strangers, and most especially the type you get from sentient party props. ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ You are SCP-956 You are a sentient piñata, filled with candy that isn't exactly 'safe' to eat. You drop various candies after being hit, though they aren't entirely meant for human consumption. With your trusty bat you found in the dump, go beat up humans as revenge for them killing your own kind! Spawn Location, Site-19: 012's CC Blah blah blah, cell's vacated, don't worry. This is fine. Gameplay Mechanics: Controls: Primary (LMB) - Smash! Secondary (RMB) - Party Crasher! Passives: -Upon being taking damage, you drop regular candy! +Upon killing someone, they drop strange candy! You can pick up dropped candy for health! -Party crasher takes 2 seconds to arm, before the actual swing. +Party Crasher's swing briefly causes movement inversion introduced with a screen shake, for 5 seconds. (use secondary to initially stun your victims, finishing them off with primary) Stats: Health: 956 Primary Cool Down: 1 Secondary Cool Down: 7 Primary Damage: {25, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50} Secondary Damage: {75, 80, 85, 90, 95, 100} Speed: Slightly Above Breach Human Running Speed Achievements + Points: Like most other SCPs, SCP-956 earns points by killing people. No achievements are related to this SCP. ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ This suggestion allows include an item. "Strange Candy" (SCP-956-1) -Spawns from SCP-956's kills. Appears identical to 330 candy, albeit with a name change. -Item Type: Consumable Item -On use: suffer a series of disorienting events, include screen blindness, sound distortion, and movement inversion for 9 seconds. -For Humans: heals slightly less than SCP-330 candy. -For SCP-956: heals slightly more than SCP-330 candy. Purpose: The FDA label reads: not approved for babies, or humans as a matter of fact! Though, sentient party props may enjoy. Note: see description for explanation and regards to SCP-956. ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Description: Whenever SCP-956 kills someone, they drop numerous instances of SCP-956-1 on death. Whenever SCP-956 takes damage, they drop red/blue/yellow candy on death. For Humans: Upon consuming strange candy, they suffer disorienting events. (the effect is negative) For SCP-956: Upon consuming strange candy, it's the same experience as consuming candy from SCP-330. (the effect is positive) For Humans: Upon consuming SCP-330 candy, nothing bad happens. (we all know that; the effect is positive) For SCP-956: Upon consuming SCP-330 candy, they suffer the same effects as strange candy would have on humans. (the effect is negative) Essentially, SCP-956 can only eat strange candy safefully, while it cannot eat candy from itself without being disoriented. Human classes cannot eat strange candy without being disoriented, but since candy dropped by SCP-956 is normal, they are free to use candy dropped by SCP-956. Resources: The Sentient Piñata: (right here, just please extract this because there's some other useless models) ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ A bit of lore-bending, though I tried to keep with the general concept of SCP-956. As always, please let me know what you think in the comment section, blah blah blah, you get the idea. like favorite and subscribe
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