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Trash Type

“I am not sure why trash types are categorized this way, or why they are consumable to begin with. All the same, I suppose it's beneficial for toxin research…”

ID: 0009
Type: Trash
Category: Food
Height: 5 inches
Max Health: GREAT (6)

Trash types can break off parts of their body to feed to other TCPs. TCPs who consume these body parts receive a random combination of health gain and poisoning. This effect can be different every time the trash type is eaten- once it might provide a large health gain and minor poisoning, while other times it may provide a small health gain and severe poisoning.
Physical Appearance: Trash types appear as a living sack full of indistinct, fleshy objects, some of which resemble pieces of garbage. Its right arm is missing, and some pieces can be seen spilling out. It has an otherwise standard body shape, with its earnubs being replaced by a knot on its head, and droopy eyespots. This TCP's fluid is entirely contained within the pieces of garbage within it. If a piece of garbage falls out of the bag, this has the same effect as losing fluid for a normal TCP. This means it is relatively easy to combat fluid loss, as all that needs to be done is to insert more bits of garbage.
Voice: Heavy rustling and plopping.
Skin: The outer lining is made of sturdy, slightly stretchy plastic bag material.
Fluid: The fluid is in small, solidified chunks. They look old, and smell disgusting.
Special Attributes: None
Other Notes: Trash types prefer safe environments where the chance of their bag skin ripping is minimal, though they may be rejected from homes or establishments due to their typings. Trash types seem to prefer calmer activities that avoid sharp objects, such as reading or singing. They are solitary TCPs, not so much due to their typing so much as the rejection by their peers. They are not picky at all when it comes to food type products, but seem to especially enjoy expired or less desirable food. “Hunting” trash types is a rare but dangerous sport, those who do claiming that treasures can occasionally spill out from their bodies.

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