I’m working on an SCPF and I want it to be as unique as possible, without confusing people too much. I’ve been thinking, maybe it’s too complicated, maybe no one wants to roleplay as an office job.
There are many departments, 3 of which are office jobs, including handling ethics, external affairs, etc.
But the main feature of the SCPF is the unique clearance and keycard system. I’ve found a way to implement RAISA properly into the SCPF.
The main group has no major roles such as Levels 0-5, instead, players are classified as staff, high ranks, or O5s. All clearances and classifications are handled in an external Firebase database, which is read in-game. The keycard system, instead of using Levels 0-5, uses a similar system to SCP:SL, where each keycard has a different access tier to a different type of room. ( Containment, Armoury, etc ).
RAISA has a MAJOR task within the foundation. Players can REQUEST for new clearances or keycards temporarily to work on new “projects” or work on SCPs that are at a higher level with permission from a supervisor. Staff members send a request, and RAISA changes their clearance/keycard in-game in real-time. RAISA is also in charge of setting clearances for new staff members who join the foundation.
Your clearance level dictates the highest keycard you can apply for. Does this all sound too complicated?
Keycards work similarly to SCP:SL
RAISA changes peoples clearances in game
Clearance levels decide what keycards you can request for