Blade Runner 2049 JumpChain.pdf

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By Valeria Introduction The world of Blade Runner has changed since its original incarnation. The environment has deteriorated faster and faster, whilst technology has grown more and more prevalent. Nine planets have now been colonised, whilst Replicants are once again in production after the catastrophe they caused over two decades ago. To those at the top of the world, these are all grave concerns. But for your average man making his way in life in Los Angeles, it s just another day in the life. The world was on the brink of destruction just a decade or so ago, as resources ran scarce and there was no disposable work force to work in the extremely lethal conditions that the environment and rising oceans had become. Niander Wallace, brilliant scientist and wealthy businessman, came to the rescues. He brought genetically engineered crops, revived the Replicant project and greatly advanced it and totally replaced the Tyrell Corporation with his own Wallace Corporation. But his mind is not all that there and his plans may bring terrible, if great, things to mankind. You find yourself in this world a few days before a Replicant Blade Runner named KD6-3.7 is ordered to set out in search of a rogue Replicant, one of the newer models, named Sapper Morton on a farm out in the wilds beyond LA. This encounter and the ensuing discoveries will send K, Wallace and others on a race to find a certain person. You begin in 2049, a few days before K leaves on his mission. You have 1000 Choice Points (CP) to spend on anything you wish in this document.
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Locations Roll a 1d6 to decide which of the below locations you appear at. 1- Police Headquarters Found at the centre of Los Angeles, this is the largest and busiest precinct of the LAPD even in the future. Any Blade Runners will find themselves working out of this location, though you probably won t have an office if you re just another Runner. 2- Wallace Corporation A gargantuan pyramid that towers over the rest of Los Angeles. This is the headquarters of the Wallace Corporation and home of Niander Wallace, previously owned by Tyrell himself. It is here that Wallace creates new Replicants and tries to advance his science to even more terrifying depths. A great many secrets are stored here, some found nowhere else. 3- Sapper ’s Farm The quiet little farm out in the grey wasteland, owned by Replicant in hiding Sapper Morton. He s a quiet but immense man and while he won t be too happy to see you, he ll probably take you in as long as you re not a Blade Runner. He farms grubs of some kind but they re not that bad tasting. 4- Deckard ’s Hideout A broken down casino found way outside the limits of Los Angeles, covered by a nearly constant sandstorm. Here is the hideout of a man who left his past life, yet remains vitally important to many of the most powerful figures in this world. Rick Deckard makes his home here, many years after his last journey in Los Angeles. He s not a welcoming man but he probably won t shoot on sight if you look pathetic enough.
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