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The Great Muppet Caper Version 1.9 By Cataquack Warrior Get ready for the movie of a lifetime! You are now part of a spectacular Muppet film as you try to solve the crime of the century (and create plenty of comedic chaos along the way). You have 1000 Choice Points (CP), and ten years for the fun. Well, the opening credits are almost done, so on with the show!
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Take 1: Starting Location Sometimes the journey itself is the destination, but it’s always good to know where you’re starting from. Roll a 1d8 to find out where your first scene is, or pay 50 CP to choose. 1. New York City - It’s time for the movie to start. Fashion queen Lady Holiday is here on holiday, and in just a few minutes the heist of the century is about to begin. Or you can look at those chickens crossing the road. Whatever interests you more. 2. Air Plane - You are in the cargo hold of a plane flying across the Atlantic Ocean. In just a few minutes, you’ll be over England. What, land? No, the plane lands in Italy! 3. Happiness Hotel - You are just across the street from the Happiness Hotel, which holds the dubious distinction of being the cheapest (aka free) place in all of England. 4. Lady Holiday’s Tower - You are at the foot of the large facility where Lady Holiday and her fashion designers and models work and hold offices. Just go up the elevator, and you’ll be right at her office. Hopefully she’s in. 5. Dubonnet Club - A highly fancy (and expensive restaurant) , though it’s more like a supper club. It is popular among the fashion industry, and if you are lucky you may see Lady Holiday there. 6. Battersea Park - A large park to nurse old wounds in, and relax by taking a bicycle ride. 7. Mallory Gallery - One of the most fortified buildings in London, it is used to store many priceless treasures. The security is top-notch (kind of), so you might want to scram before the guards or the dogs catch you. 8. Free Choice - Lucky you! Pick from any of the locations above.
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Take 2: Background Okay, next we need to figure out what role you’re going to be acting in the film. We have several great openings for you, so take your pick. Pay 50 CP to choose your gender; otherwise, you’re the same gender as you were before the jump . For free, you can choose whether to take a normal human form or the body of a Muppet. Drop-In - You arrive as you were from the past jump, though you can still take a Muppet form if you so wish. Reporter - You are a crack, investigative reporter trying to find the next big scoop, whether the exciting news that identical twins have joined the paper or the sudden theft of a priceless treasure. Fashionista - You are a proud participant in the up-and-coming fashion world, in it for the fame and glamor. But it’s a vicious arena, and only time will tell if you have the skill and beauty to make it to the top, or if you are someone at the bottom looking for a little revenge (and theft) on those above you in the rankings.
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