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Chibi-Robo Jumpchain Hello travellers! Welcome to the world of Chibi-Robo! This world bears many similarities to our own, with the exception of small domestic robots who appear to be sentient, sentient toys, strange mechanical monsters, smog monsters, aliens, and mysterious dimensions of static. Most humans are ignorant of all that except for the domestic robot part. You are going to spend your ten years here the size of a Chibi- Robo with your powers scaled to your new size (unless you choose to be a Giga- Robo). You arrive in the world sometime after the first game with the events of Zip- lash taking place in your 8 th year. So here is +1000 Choice Points, now go and plug into adventure! Location Roll 1d8 to determine where you arrive in this world or pay 100cp to choose freely 1-2. Family Home You arrive in a standard 2-story human home, with a family dwelling within. Two parents, a young daughter and a pet dog reside here with a variety of living toys as well. 3-4. Park A park under siege by smogglings, defended by a few living toys. It is a large public park with sports fields and a playground for children. The park is located somewhere in the middle of a big city. 5-6. Museum A dusty old history museum filled with artefacts from around the world. Some
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filth ghosts may dwell in it's dark corners and maybe some of the ancient toys within have been brought to life. 7. Space A space station up above the earth. Who knows what kind of adventures one could get up to here. Some of the astronauts have brought their favourite toys to keep them company and some of those may even be alive. When the aliens come you will be on the front lines of the invasion. 8. Free Choice Backgrounds Drop-in So you enter into this world unchanged, except for the change in size. You will be spending your time here interacting with all kinds of weird things Try to keep an even head. If you really want, you can use any size changing powers you have to turn yourself back to your normal size even if with the scaling you would not be able to. Chibi-Robo A small domestic robot made of reinforced aluminium, being a Chibi-Robo is hard work. All Chibi-Robos were made by a company called Citrusoft, and this company ranks the robos by the number of happiness points they earn with rewards for robos who get high enough in the ranks. You have a plug attached to you for recharging, see most Chibi-Robos need to recharge regularly. So as to not limit you too much, your charge is only expanded by using attachments like the chibi-buster and running out of charge won't knock you out. If you run out of charge all that will happen is you will feel quite exhausted. Living Toy A toy brought to life after a certain Giga-Robo told some visiting aliens his wish. Humans generally are unaware of your existence and would probably freak out a little if they found out. The accessories you possessed before becoming a toy are fully functional and you may even have some powers based on what kind of toy you are. Your exact appearance is up to you, but you definitely look like a toy.
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  • Fall '13
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