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Welcome jumper! To the world of Magico. This is a land filled with rituals and magic, a place full of life, adventure and love. Here, mages perform a variety of ‘rituals’ that let them access to spells, bringing all kinds of miracles upon the people, from long distance communication, instant cooking and flight to healing, fire control and more. However, in a place so full of wonders, it’s no surprise that there’s also shadows in the horizon, people more interested in personal gain or those who seek magic to bring ruin upon this place, for them an opportunity has arisen with the next incarnation of “Echidna’s heart”, a mysterious but great amount of energy said to be part of Echidna’s reincarnation in the world. Regardless of that, I do believe that you will fare well in this lands… where you will live for the next 10 years. Oh, and don’t forget this: +1000cp Age & Gender : You maintain the gender of your previous jump, and your age is 15+d6. Feel free to change both for 50cp.
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Starting Point The Capital : As the name dictates, the capital of a certain small country. Here is where Emma will arrive shortly and start a chain of strange events, ending with Shion starting the ‘Magico’ ritual with her. While not very prosperous, people here live in peace and relative comfort. Fool’s Town : A city full of ritualists, who sell a variety of magic items and rituals. It’s widely known as a good starting point for aspiring magicians because of this. It also boasts a very profitable business with the great amount of tourists that visit the place. Ecnovous Ritual School : A training school for people to become top-notch mages, offering only selected rituals and courses to help the students develop their own spells. The current headmaster is Raven, a kind but strange man with a sincere goal of helping people learn. Castle ‘Eden’ : A great, luxurious castle in the east. Owned by Lord Marouni Gate, the richest mage in the world. This castle is a big serving of greed and lust for the rich men in the land, who enjoy all kinds of wicked entertainments inside the walls. The entrance fee is one billion rel. Acheron: Also known as “The Prison of Demon Lords”, this is a magic penitentiary facility with some of the worst, most dangerous criminals in the land. Thankfully you’re only here as a tourist, but I wouldn’t recommend to stay here too long, it’s awfully dangerous. The Moon: Wow, this is a little weird… Well, the moon here may have some dangerous secrets around, that’s without counting that strangely powerful man lying in the middle of the place. You do have some way to breathe in outer space, right?
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Background New Face! A tourist! Or someone moving here from a faraway place. You have no new memories to hinder you, but also no friends to rely on. Don’t worry, I’m sure you will find someone soon.
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  • Fall '13
  • ProfessorChampolllion
  • Witchcraft, Invisibility, Ceremonial magic, Magician, Necromancy

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