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What? Where- how? Hey. Jumper, where are you? Where are you? Don't be gone, please don't be gone. I'm over here. Hey, is that you? Look at you, you're alive. And it appears you've landed in a world that's already on the brink of destruction. Welcome to Cloudbank, the gleaming digital city. Here everyone has an equal say in the happenings of the city, from the architecture to the very colorful of the sky, with the people's will being interpreted and enforced by the city's Admins, and executed by the invisible Process At least, that's how it's supposed to be. However, no utopia can ever survive the ambition of man. A shadowy organization known as the Camerata, born of those who wish to enforce their own will on the city, have decided to take control of the city themselves and mold it in their image, by harnessing the most influential voices in the city. To accomplish this grandiose goal, they wish to use the Transistor and the Process to control the strongest voices in the city and shape it to their will. You arrive in Cloudbank on the night that Red, the city’s most beloved and decorated singer, is assaulted after her concert by the Camerata, is rescued by her mysterious boyfriend, and obtains the mysterious Transistor Sword, thus beginning a series of events that shall spell the doom of all Cloudbank. +1000 CP
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Backgrounds Roll 2d8+18 to determine your age for all origins, or pay 50cp to choose you age and gender, except for Process. Process are inhuman data monsters, and as such do not age or have any actual biological sex. Drop-In (Free): An anomaly, someone who exists and can move outside of the system. Perhaps your outside knowledge and interference may be what the city needs to tip the scales and save Cloudbank, or destroy it if you wish. + You have no new memories or attachments to The City, you are a blank slate and a fresh perspective + By default, the Camerata have no knowledge of who you are, and as such will be unable to plan around you until more data is collected - No one knows you are has any record of who you are. As far as anyone knows, you are essentially a ghost in the system, so they may be unwilling to listen. - By default, due to being an outsider you lack the clearance to access and use OVC terminals to vote or post comments Citizen (Free): All citizens in Cloudbank are guaranteed a voice, all votes are counted equally, and everyone has the chance to live in the way they want. Of course, some voices are louder and more influential than others + Born and raised in Cloudbank, you know all about life in the city, the various fads and trends, and will have actually heard of the various people that went missing recently. - You’re considered to be equal to every other citizen, so unless you distinguish yourself in some way, most people won’t pay anything you say any mind. You are but one face in a countless see of faces Camerata (200cp): You were once approached by one of the Camerata and invited into their secret organization. You were made privy to their schemes and plans for the city, and they trusted you to aid them in their cause. Whether you still wish to
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