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He’s our hero, gonna take pollution down to zero! Welcome, Jumper, to the World of Captain Planet. It is a world not unlike your own, with cities and people you will no doubt find familiar. Like your world, the planet Earth is exploited by its inhabitants, its resources consumed recklessly in the name of profit. However, in this world, the consumption has grown beyond all pretense of reason. Pollution chokes the skies and fouls the seas; forests are razed to the ground and plants with and die. If this reckless destruction is not halted, the planet will soon collapse under the weight of its population. Thankfully, Earth is not without its protectors. Five young teenagers, guided by the Earth’s guardian spirit Gaia and gifted with the powers of the elements, have banded together from all corners of the globe. Their mission: to defeat the corrupt and ruthless beings who are destroying the planet, and to raise awareness worldwide on how to save their planet. Will you help the Planeteers save the world? Will you join the Eco­Villains in destroying it in the name of profit? Or will you take a different path altogether? The decision is yours. The Power Is Yours.
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Backgrounds For any background that has a set of Elements associated with it, you may select one ­ AND ONLY ONE! ­ Element from the list. If this Element is already claimed by a canon character, you replace them (they still exist, they simply are elsewhere, and you take their place). Alternatively, see the Alternate Element perk. No matter what background you select, you will arrive on the same day the Planeteers first receive their rings from Gaia. Age and Sex Your gender is whatever it was in your last jump; age is determined by background. You may pay 50cp to determine both your age and sex. Drop­In (Free) Age: 11 + 1d8 years You step into this world, untouched by false memories. You seem to be between foster homes, and you’ll soon be in the care of a permissive and slightly distant middle­upper class couple. You’ll soon find that you have a strong connection to the neutral elements of Technology, situated firmly in the grey area between Nature and Pollution. You are a citizen of Australia . The Elements of Technology: Metal, Electricity, Radio Waves, Fuel, and Curiosity Planeteer (100 CP) Age: 11 + 1d8 years You are soon to be chosen by Gaia and granted a ring of elemental power in response to your prodigious affinity with an Element. There are four others like you, and you each come from one of the five populated continents: North America, South America, Africa, Europe, and Asia. (Australia and Antarctica don’t meet the population minimums to have a representative.) Your home country doesn’t really matter, you’ll spend most of your time on Hope Island . The Elements of the Planet: Earth, Fire, Wind, Water, and Heart Eco Villain (100 CP) Age: 25 + 1d8 years You begin with a regional company, which owes its profitability in no small part to your disregard for the environment. Maybe you’re just in it for the money, or maybe you literally need the harmful Element you represent. Maybe you just want to see the world choke on an endless
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