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Welcome to the world of Sketchbook , a Visual Novel produced as a collaboration between florkofcows and friends . In this world, the best students in the country are allowed to go to the Royal Police Academy , where they train in the hopes of being one of the three chosen each year to become a Royal Police Officer , serving under the mysterious King . If they succeed in their ambitions, they become judge, jury and executioner , responsible for sniffing out suspects and administering justice on the spot. They are graded on the time it takes them to ‘solve’ the crime, so those who rely too much on outdated methods like evidence will find themselves unable to rise up the ranks. Of course, this world isn’t all doom and gloom. Even now, in a forgotten sketchbook in a bored girl’s bedroom, the stars have aligned to give birth to one of her doodles, a sentient sock who will come to act as the girl’s conscience, for better or for worse. Oh right, before I forget: have 1000CP . You’ll need it. Jump by Greeny
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Origins: (Choose one) ( Gender can be chosen now for free.) Homeless (Age 18+3d8) You don’t have a history in this world, nor do you have any new memories to interfere with your mind. You simply wake up on a park bench, near the scene of several mutilated animals. You may want to get away from there before you become a suspect. Student (Age 12+1d6) You’re a student at the Royal Police Academy, with high grades that indicate you may be chosen to join the force very soon. Your memories are filled with pleasant days of relaxing with friends and running your very own meme page. Also, for whatever reason, you’re named after a type of food, like Beef, Jello or Jam.
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Royal Police Officer (Age 17+1d8) Wow, you’ve really hit the big time. As a Royal Police Officer, you are the law. You start out as a cadet with a pistol for impromptu executions, but if you can rise up the ranks, you’ll soon be granted your very own signature weapon. Work hard enough, and the king himself may even grant you the Royal Medal, allowing you to operate outside your district. Of course, your memories of life before you became an officer are hazy, mostly due to the ‘lifting’ - intense chemical therapy undergone to maximise your efficiency. Sock (Age 0) Well, that’s unusual. Just like Rooster, you are a doodle which has come to life due to a bizarre alignment of the stars. It’s a miracle, albeit a very strange one. Of course, being a doodle, you will have to find a way to disguise yourself lest you be called a monster. At least you’re much harder to kill in this form, and should you so desire, this doodle will become an alt-form post-jump.
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Perks: Perks under your origin are 50% off . The 100CP perk for your origin is free. Homeless Act of Kindness (100CP) When you’re looking downtrodden, frustrated or just sad, others will feel inclined to help you out.
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