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Easter egg ideas?

Posted: Sat Mar 24, 2018 11:44 am
by PhantomTapdos
Hello there dudes, my name is PhantomTapdos, I come from Argentina.

Seriously, what game is complete without easter eggs? Here are some easter egg ideas I pulled out of my ass while watching Mark's playthrough.

1. SCP:SL in a Foundation Computer
Always appears in a random computer, the screen shows the main menu of SCP:Secret Laboratory.

2. The King of the Ducks
A secret door that is unlocked after collecting all the Anomalous Ducks. After collecting all the Ducks you have to do the following steps:
(I leave this part to the developer's choice)
Inside the room is a giant rubber duck with a crown on it.

3. Mark?
There's a 1/100 chance that SCP-066 says "Mark?" instead of "Eric?".

4. BREAKDOWN
Manage to activate SCP-1514 by doing the following:
(I leave this part to the developer's choice)

If you have more ideas then post them.

Easter egg ideas?

Posted: Sat Mar 24, 2018 9:57 pm
by Toxinz1181
"3. Mark?
There's a 1/100 chance that SCP-066 says "Mark?" instead of "Eric?"."

To add on to this, what if SCP-066 also has a 1/100 chance of saying "Aaron?" as a reference to Aaron "TheVolgun" McKee, who voices several characters in the original SCP Containment Breach. And also has a 1/100 chance of saying "Glenn?" as a reference to Glenn Leroi who created songs on YouTube for most of the SCPs in Containment Breach.

Easter egg ideas?

Posted: Sun Mar 25, 2018 6:15 am
by PhantomTapdos
Oh that's clever.

Easter egg ideas?

Posted: Fri Apr 06, 2018 6:25 pm
by maykayman
Maybe a complete references the Original SCP:CB too, mostly found in the entrance zone. For example, since Unity SCP is slightly based in the future, maybe a humourous poster nodding back at the old NTF in SCP:CB. Maybe a few stickers found in offices, such as the 173 and 420j joke.
Pocket Dimension theme (part of)could be related to World War One, nodding back to 106's origin story The Young Man.(up to devs).

Researcher ID can be found, with original SCP:CB creators name.

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Posted: Mon Dec 24, 2018 3:39 pm
by Pr Pembrock
It's not really an Easter Egg but maybe the player could find a document about SCP-2317.

It would be the coolest thing in the world if developers added SCP-2317 in the game but I guess it's a bit too complicated so just a simple reference would be fine too.

Easter egg ideas?

Posted: Tue Dec 25, 2018 9:22 am
by Punkie
"2. The King of the Ducks
A secret door that is unlocked after collecting all the Anomalous Ducks. After collecting all the Ducks you have to do the following steps:
(I leave this part to the developer's choice)
Inside the room is a giant rubber duck with a crown on it."

Perhaps that secret door could be SCP-249. I imagine, upon following the requirements by collecting the duckies and finally entering through 249, you'd be transported to a seemingly non-existent location comprising thousands of animated duckies of different variations. Stereotypical joyful music is being played in the background, and the surroundings is full of vibrant colours. 20 seconds in, the whole surroundings gradually fades away, to the point where all duckies disappear and the music dies abruptly. The player realise that their character has been hallucinating, and find themselves in an abandoned toy workshop with few non-anomalous duckies scattered on the floor.

At this interval, the player could either exit through 249 or freely roam the abandoned establishment for further clues. If the player choose to roam the building, they may encounter a ritual attributing to the duck toys, and perhaps along with a note relating to its background history.

IMO, I'd love if the duckies have a somewhat iconic and humorous figuration within the game, or in other words becoming a "celeb" to SCP Unity. I would love if the duckies are a recursive subject throughout the game... like taking similar notion to the companion cube from Portal, something like that? Absurd as it sounds, if the duckies actually had some significance to the player character's background (if executed rightly), I'd ship it.