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Modifiers

Modifiers are aberrations that allow for physical changes in a TCP. Just as a TCP can be spawned with almost any noun, a modifier can be almost any adjective. Modifiers generally don’t affect a TCP’s overall function and behavior, and make only mild changes to a TCP’s appearance and composition. Most modifiers occur when a TCP spawns, but some can be inflicted externally.

The icons below lead to an index of each subtype, or you can view a full list organized by ID number here.

Subtype Name Physical Effects Ability Changes Mental Effects

Changes the internal or external texture of a TCP. Affects objects created via abilities. Typically none.
Changes the pattern (but typically not the color pallete) of a TCP. Affects objects created via abilities. Typically none.
Changes the overall shape of a TCP. Affects objects created via abilities. Uncommon.
Changes the flavor of a TCP, typically with small visual indicators. Affects objects created via abilities, especially food types. Typically none.
Minimal visual indicator. May affect ability usage/effectiveness. Effects vary wildly, but are always present in this subtype.
Changes the overall material a TCP is composed of. Affects objects created via abilities. Common.
Completely changes a TCP's structure. Abilities are modified or even completely different. Common.