Yuki Yuna is a Hero JumpChain.pdf

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By NikaMoth Ver 1.0 It is 300 years into the Divine Era. A virus has wiped out most of humanity. The survivors living on the Japanese island of Shikoku, protected by the god Shinju-Sama. No one is allowed to leave the barrier, and no one has arrived from the mainland. ...Until, inexplicably, gigantic creatures called the Vertex appear from beyond, with the intent to kill Shinju-Sama and with it, humanity.
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That is the lie the the government also known as the Taisha tell the people on the island of Shikoku. Shinju-Sama exists, of course, and the Vertexes do indeed assault humanity. But the part about the virus is a myth. No, the truth is much more religious in nature. Before the Divine Era, the gods of Heaven decided that humanity and this world had to be wiped out. The gods of the Land, however, argued for humanity’s continued existence. The Heaven Gods were not convinced, and continued in their plan to eliminate humanity. They sent regenerating, evolving monsters called Vertexes. Earth eventually became overwritten into a flaming void by the force of the gods, but the gods that sided with humanity merged together to form a barrier around the still existing speck of Earth that was the Sankoku region of Japan. In return for the humans not leaving this barrier, the gods would no longer attack. In the trunk of the glowing tree that was the barrier, humanity lived. But the gods outside have recently changed their minds, and sent Vertexes to destroy humanity inside the tree. The survivors created the Hero System, borrowing power from Shinju-sama. Small children, because they were still pure, were most fitting for this system. While the Vertexes were beaten back in the beginning of the Divine Era, they have now returned in the present day to continue their fight to destroy Shinju-Sama, and thus destroy humanity. The only hope for humanity lies now in the little girls that fight for humanity’s protection. You, jumper, will be one of those that fight to protect humanity. It’s relatively peaceful here otherwise, outside the attacks of the Vertexes. Crime is virtually nonexistent, thanks to the tight rules of the Taisha running Sankoku. Meanwhile, in the city of Sanshu, a group of middle school girls opens up a Hero Club, a club dedicated to improving people’s lives. They have all been carefully gathered, however, by an upperclass student working for the Taisha. They have displayed hero potential, and that is why the Taisha have carefully motivated them to come together. Despite all this seriousness, your time here should be peaceful. Filled with laughs and pranks, until the Vertex come and you must fight. Unless you choose to confront the Taisha. Roll 10+d6 for your age if you care for it, and your gender won’t really matter.
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