They Live JumpChain.pdf - Welcome to Los Angeles Jumper...

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Welcome to Los Angeles, Jumper. It’s the year 1988, and the world is the same as ever! Or that’s what most people think, of course. The world looks pretty much the same as usual. Happy people, billboards and advertisement everywhere and the money never stops flowing! But behind the scenes, it’s a completely different story. A race of aliens whose details and origins are rather mysterious have come to invade earth, but instead of taking a violent approach they decided to took an intelligent one: Infiltrate our lives and exploit our love for wealth and power by promising a bright future to whoever is willing to work for them and slowly rising on the human chain of command. They are politicians, doctors, police officers, professors, scientists and powerful businessmen. They Live, We Sleep. These blue bastards look nothing like the typical green alien you see in the movies. They actually look EXACTLY like normal humans on plain sight, and the only way to know who is one of them and who isn’t is to use special sunglasses called “Hoffman Glasses” designed by a rebel group capable of interfering with the signals that keep the aliens disguised and making it possible for the wearer to see the true identities of the aliens and the subliminal messages hidden behind the billboards and ads. Some Humans have willingly abandoned their friends and family in the name of money and power, these are known simply as “Human Elite”, and simply don’t care about humanity’s future as long as they get money out of the present. You get 1000 Choice Points to spend, use them wisely. (Unfortunately, there is no choice for location. The movie is too linear to allow any other place aside from Los Angeles to be added into the Jump without taking away the Jumper’s ability to follow the plot to some extent and stop the Alien conspiracy. Discounts are always of 50% of the cost. Also, not really needed, but it will make it way more enjoyable to play.) Made by Drunkard
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Backgrounds Drop-In Cost: Free You woke up in inside a homeless shelter the middle of Los Angeles. You know no-one and no-one knows you, you are basically by yourself. Drifter Cost: 100 Choice Points You lost your job and things don’t really seem to be good for you. You left that place somewhere in California and went straight to Los Angeles to find a new life, but you found something else. A giant conspiracy by aliens to control the world and deplete it of all its resources while enslaving and exterminating humanity on the process. You are here to kick ass and chew bubblegum, and you are all outta gum. Alien Cost: 200 Choice Points You are an alien from a faraway planet, and your objective is simple, dominate the local species and deplete the planet's resources. Your tactics to dominate other inferior races are simple. Exploit their love for material gains and brainwash them with hidden messages. You are completely hidden and have the Human Elite under your control.
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