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Version 1.00 A jump by patience_endures Earth. A small planet in the Sol system of the Milky Way galaxy. For many years its occupants believed they were alone in the universe. However, life is never able to just pick one place and stay there. There are numerous worlds for someone to go. Plenty of new experiences just waiting around the corner. One man on earth had is own close encounter, found a wife, and settled down to be a proper salaryman. Your story may be similar. Perhaps you will have your own encounter. Perhaps you are a visitor from some other world studying earth and trying to make it part of your life. Either way, your time here will start in Earth year 2006 of its modern callender. You will be here for ten years. If events go as in the manga, that means Earth will be awakened to the Galactic Community at large halfway through your stay. Here’s 1000cp. Use it well.
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1 Locations There are many places to start in this jump. Roll 1d8 or pay 50cp to choose. 1. Ryoujou City, Japan, Earth - A metropolis of an island nation near the continent of Asia. There are many sights to see and jobs to be had. You start here with the key to an apartment in the complex where the Makabe family had moved in and are beginning to start their family. Your first month of rent and security deposit are already paid. 2. White Star Ranch, Japan, Earth - A wonderful ranch with a petting zoo. Many tourists come out here just to see various animals. Starting here puts you with a tour group and you have an apartment in the nearby town. Perhaps you might be able to get a job here? 3. Kaua’i, Hawai’i, USA, Earth - Sand, Sea, and lots of vacation spots. Kaua’i also has sandbars that occasionally develop into ‘vanishing islands’ in the middle of the pacific ocean at low tide. Starting here puts you up in a nearby hotel for the next month. 4. Venus - Home of the Venusian plot to invade other planets secretly and take them over by force once interbreeding with the locals. Warlike Venusians take survival of the fittest to an extreme. This world is rocky, difficult to live on, and possibly hostile. You’d be staying in spartan room in the nearby spaceport. Maybe you should go elsewhere? 5. Mars - Where all the cool kids hang out. Part of the popular hangouts for those that recently got their first spaceship. You’ll have a small house with a garage. Just don’t expect the spaceship to come with it. 6. Spaceport Mall, A Distant Planet, Galactic Federation Space - The home planet of Ms Makabe and a comfortable galactic tourist spot. There are plenty of things to enjoy here from Shabaz House of Many Skins, the Lapa-Lapa Spa, a lively eatery and more! Starting here has a decent hotel room rented for one month. 7. Planet Schadj - Home of the Toloimok, a bug-like species with high flexibility. In a few years time, these creatures will be started to be distributed to various schools to be used as a safe alternative to most playground balls. You’ll have a small house here, maybe time to start life as a rancher?
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