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|type  = Equipment (Tool)
 
|type  = Equipment (Tool)
 
|usage = Head and Tails
 
|usage = Head and Tails
|spawn = [[Standard Locker]]s<br>[[Weapon Locker Type 21]]<br>SCP-106's CC
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|spawn = [[Standard Locker]]s<br>[[Weapon Locker Type 21]]<br> [[Light Containment Zone#Test Chamber 1 - TC01|Testing Chamber 1]] <br> [[Heavy Containment Zone#SCP-079's Containment Area|SCP-079's CC]] <br> [[Heavy Containment Zone#SCP-106's Containment Area|SCP-106's CC]]
 
|ID = 35
 
|ID = 35
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|weight = 0.0025
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|Pocket = High
 
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'''Coins''' are a type of [[Items|Item]] found in ''SCP: Secret Laboratory'', which can be used to play Heads and Tails.
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The '''Coin''' is a type of [[Items|Item]] found in ''SCP: Secret Laboratory''.
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=In Game=
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Coins can be flipped by pressing either {{Key Press|Leftclick}} or {{Key Press|Rightclick}}. Doing so will cause a random side to land facing up.<br>
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This allows players to play Heads and Tails with the Coin. Other players will be able to see the Coin flip and which side landed up.  
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Coins do not have any other uses by default.
  
Coins are often used in plugins for servers. The most common use of Coins in server plugins is to be used as an item that people can use in [[SCP-914]] to upgrade into a keycard or gun.  
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Coins are mainly used for plugins in servers. The most common server plugin allows the Coin to be upgraded using [[SCP-914]].<br>
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In the vanilla game, upgrading a Coin in SCP-914 on any setting other than Rough just returns a Coin. Upgrading on Rough destroys the Coin.
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==Spawning==
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*[[Standard Locker]]s (x4) [5%]
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*[[Weapon Locker Type 21]] (x1-30) (Drawer) [11.1%]
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*[[Light Containment Zone#Test Chamber 1 - TC01|Testing Chamber 1]] (inside the mug) [100%]
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*[[Heavy Containment Zone#SCP-079's Containment Area|SCP-079's Containment Chamber]] (x2) (on one of the MTF-E11-SR Racks) [100%]
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*[[Heavy Containment Zone#SCP-106's Containment Area|SCP-106's Containment Chamber]] (on the shelf) [100%]
  
In the vanilla game, Coins in SCP-914 would just give the user the coin back, no matter what setting was used. Coins can be flipped by either inspecting them, Left Clicking or Right Clicking. Doing so will cause a random side to land facing up. This allows players to play Heads and Tails with the coin. Other players will be able to see the coin flip and which side landed up. This can be used to help players make a choice such as which player will have their femur crunched.
 
  
 
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==Sounds==
 
==Sounds==
 
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==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
<gallery mode="nolines" widths=230px>
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<div class="round-tabber">
Coin.png|The former inventory icon of the Coin, that was used prior v11.0.
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Ugly old coin.png|An even older inventory icon of the Coin. This inventory icon was borrowed from SCP: Containment Breach.
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Animations=
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<gallery mode="packed" widths=600px heights=338px>
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Coin Heads Animation.gif| '''Heads'''
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Coin Tails Animation.gif| '''Tails'''
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Legacy=
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<gallery mode="nolines" widths=255px heights=338px>
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OldCoinIcon.png|The former inventory icon of the Coin, that was used prior v11.0.
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OlderCoinIcon.png|An even older inventory icon of the Coin. This inventory icon was borrowed from SCP: Containment Breach.
 
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</gallery>
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}}
  
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
*Coins were originally used for SCP-294 and would spawn in cabinets.
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* The Coin's model is based off the American Quarter.
*Coins were almost removed from the game in Megapatch II, but were kept in-game due to the Coin being utilized for multiple server plugins. The coin was given an updated model and inventory icon after it was decided it was to be kept in-game.
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* Coins were originally used for SCP-294 and would spawn in [[Standard Locker#Trivia|Cabinets]].
*The Coin's model is based off the American Quarter.
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* The old description for the Coin was "It seems to be 50 cents!" This was incorrect as quarters are worth 25 cents and not 50.
*The old Coin description for the Coin was "It seems to be 50 cents!" This was incorrect as quarters are worth 25 cents and not 50.
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* Coins were almost removed from the game in [[Updates/9.0.0|Megapatch II]], but were kept in-game due to the Coin being utilized for multiple server plugins. Though, they remained as an item that could only be acquired via Remote Admin.
 
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** The Coin was given an updated model, and inventory icon after it was decided it was to be kept in-game.
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**The [[Updates/11.0.0|Parabellum]] Update changed the model to have a tails side and made the item naturally spawn around Site-02.
 
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Latest revision as of 21:34, 12 October 2022

Coin
CoinIcon.png
Basic Information
Type Equipment (Tool)
Usage Head and Tails
Weight Affects item pick-up time & window breaking 0.0025kg
Pick-Up Time 0.25s Unrounded value: 0.2454375s
Other Information
Spawn Standard Lockers
Weapon Locker Type 21
Testing Chamber 1
SCP-079's CC
SCP-106's CC
Obtainable from 914? True
Deletion % in PD Pocket Dimension High Tier (0%)
Spawn ID 35

The Coin is a type of Item found in SCP: Secret Laboratory.

In Game[edit]

Coins can be flipped by pressing either Left Click.png Left Click or Right Click.png Right Click. Doing so will cause a random side to land facing up.
This allows players to play Heads and Tails with the Coin. Other players will be able to see the Coin flip and which side landed up. Coins do not have any other uses by default.

Coins are mainly used for plugins in servers. The most common server plugin allows the Coin to be upgraded using SCP-914.
In the vanilla game, upgrading a Coin in SCP-914 on any setting other than Rough just returns a Coin. Upgrading on Rough destroys the Coin.

Spawning[edit]



Sounds[edit]



Gallery[edit]

Trivia[edit]

  • The Coin's model is based off the American Quarter.
  • Coins were originally used for SCP-294 and would spawn in Cabinets.
  • The old description for the Coin was "It seems to be 50 cents!" This was incorrect as quarters are worth 25 cents and not 50.
  • Coins were almost removed from the game in Megapatch II, but were kept in-game due to the Coin being utilized for multiple server plugins. Though, they remained as an item that could only be acquired via Remote Admin.
    • The Coin was given an updated model, and inventory icon after it was decided it was to be kept in-game.
    • The Parabellum Update changed the model to have a tails side and made the item naturally spawn around Site-02.