Is it a good idea to put only one script in a character instead put 200+ scripts in killbricks in an obby?

Hi there!
I made a script for my difficulty chart obby. This script kill the player when his character touch a part named “KillBrick”. Is it a good idea to put only one script in a character instead put 200+ scripts in KillBrick?

local character = script.Parent
for _, part in ipairs(character:GetChildren()) do
  	if part:IsA("BasePart") then
   			if hit.Name == "KillBrick" then
   				character.Humanoid.Health = 0

You can also write a KillBrickManager that finds all of your KillBricks and connect each of them to a Touched event. This script should be server sided for security reasons. Otherwise, people might find ways to hack themselves through your KillBricks (client-side script vulnerability).

The easiest way to find your KillBricks is probably by using the GetDescendants method.

local obby = workspace:WaitForChild('Obby')

local killBricks = {}
for _, descendant in pairs(obby:GetDescendants()) do
    if descendant.Name == 'KillBrick' then
        table.insert(killBricks, descendant)

I don’t know whether it’s a good idea or not, but in 99% of obbies, it’s always the killbrick’s touched event that kills the player.

I have a question about your script: How many instances your script can check per seconds?

As many as you want. It is a simplified and lazy (which is usually good in scripting) version of

An advantage of this approach is that if you want to make a change to your KillPart, you can just edit the script and every part will still behave the same way. Otherwise, you would have to manually replace those 100+ scripts, which is definitely not desirable.