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Candy Cane Type

“The jagged edges of a broken candy cane type are to be treated with care- some are even as sharp as glass shards.”

ID: 0293
Type: Candy Cane
Category: Food
Height: 5 inches
Max Health: PERFECT (8)

Candy cane types can break off parts of their body to feed to other TCPs, providing a healing and energizing effect. They can also be quite sharp when broken.
Physical Appearance: Candy cane types have a standard TCP build. They have two arms and two legs. They have a striped ring around their neck. Their earnubs are a hook shape similar to their typing, with one shattered into pieces. They have curved eyespots. They have bold stripes in alternating colors over their entire body.
Voice: Crunching and snapping.
Skin: Hard candy.
Fluid: Solid hard candy. The stripes don't extend beyond the skin.
Special Attributes: None.
Other Notes: Candy cane types do best to avoid warm and wet places, as moistness can make them feel sweaty or sticky, but this doesn't actually hurt them. They are found in large amounts in colder places, especially around winter holidays. These cats will take up jobs baking a majority of the time, but it was a hobby in the past for them to used as herding cats, and it's not uncommon to still see some with herds of small animals. They usually are very social, hanging out in groups of other food types or making friends with wildlife. A lot of them lean heavily towards generosity and charity work, with giving gifts to friends coming as second nature. They tend to like festive foods, fruits, and hot chocolate, with some reporting it enhances or changes their flavor. Candy cane cats might seem heavy, but they're great climbers and love hanging from high places, finding the act of dangling to be very relaxing.

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