Demons Souls jumpChain.pdf

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"On the first day man was granted a soul. And with it clarity. On the second day upon earth was planted an irrevocable poison. A soul-devouring demon." This place was quite lovely once; the grand Kingdom of Boletaria with many valiant heroes and its King Allant XII who led it to glory and prosperity with the power of the soul arts. Then he was tempted by the soul arts’ power and pledged himself to the Old One, an ancient demon that hungers for souls. A colorless fog soon covered Boletaria and isolated it from the rest of the world. Eventually one of its knights managed to escape and told tales of demons that grew stronger with each human soul they devoured. Those with their souls taken would go mad and attack others adding to the chaos. The power of a mature Demon’s soul is beyond human imagination. Many were drawn to this land either to save it or were enticed by the power of souls. You however have something they don't, 1000 CP. Your soul has been bound to the Nexus. Upon death you will return there as a phantom with a severe loss in health, leaving behind your body and soul. Should you die again before you regain your souls or fade away due to intense despair, your adventures end and you will be sent home. Fortunately no demon shall ever consume your soul and any curses placed upon you here will be removed at the end of this jump.
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Locations: Roll 1d8 to find out where you are. You may choose a location for 50 CP. 1. Nexus The underground fortress that lies beneath Boletaria. It holds the souls of would-be slayers in hopes that one of them can succeed in lulling the Old One back to its slumber. The Maiden and the last Monumental stays here along with many other survivors. 2. Boletarian Palace The Capital of Boletaria. It was once home to many heroes but as of late only the mad, the demons, and their False King remain in this grand city. 3. Stonefang Mine The Tunnel City. It is said that in these caves there is a shrine to a Dragon. The flames there are said to be the very essence from which blacksmithing was begun. 4. Valley of Defilement Home of the abused, diseased, and neglected. The dumping ground for the unholy and wretched of the kingdom. Those that still live will attack visitors to get souls for their Maiden in white. 5. Tower of Latria A shrine dedicated to the Ivory Queen in neighboring lands to Boletaria. The Queen's consort, who was cast out, returned with an army of Demons and overthrew the Queen. The Tower was turned into a prison and its prisoners are used as sustenance and test subjects for experiments. 6. Shrine of Storms The tomb of many heroes and soldiers, surrounded by many flying beasts. A tribe worshipped their gods here until they all died out. The demons here find the skeletal remains to be suitable for their purposes.
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