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Made by: Digger Credits to: Red, Worm_Anon, The IRC V. NEXT2 Dummied Out Content Edition Welcome to the world of Kid Radd! This is a world where in the depths of the internet, on a plane humans are not privy to, Sprites live and work and strive. It was only a short while ago this happened to the real world, but you start off the year after Hopetown has been established. Within the next year, there are going to be many changes, and possibly even an apocalyptic battle for the fate of two worlds. Despite this world having a semblance of civility in many places, nearly everyone here is a killing machine honed by years of play. Massive multi-stage bosses, killer heroes with strong attacks and invincible NPCs capable of retribution all call the internet their home, and it's very possible to pick an unwinnable fight. Not only that, but later on it will be very possible to face one of the strongest enemies this place has to offer, one who has dark plans for the world both analog and digital. To give you the chance to survive this world, you will get 1000 cp! Spend wisely! 100 CP perks for each background are free, which the rest discounted.
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Made by: Digger Credits to: Red, Worm_Anon, The IRC SELECT YOUR CHARACTER Drop-In(0): Welcome, user! You are an anomaly in this world, a being without any real programming. You have complete free will in this world, and many Human-oriented programs will recognize you as a user. However, you don't benefit from any combat programming or gameplay quirks to really exploit, unlike a Sprite. This can be a blessing, but it means you also cannot pull off any exploits to benefit you. If your true nature is revealed to Sprites, expect to be gawked at. Some will adore you, some will be awed, and some will really want to kill you for putting them in a living hell. It happens. Hero Sprite(0): A protagonist, programmed to fight and win. You were damn good at that, too, but now you're in a civilized world. You can’t kill without discretion anymore. Violence is in your code, and soon there's gonna be a war where you'll be tempted to lose control of yourself. Can you overcome your programming and be strong without being a tyrant? Maybe even a Hero in the real way, not just by being pulled around on strings. Boss Sprites(0): An antagonist, designed to scheme and plot and ham it up, then curbstomp the Hero until he found your weakness. You’ve reformed now, you can’t really be a supervillain in any reasonable society for very long, but you still feel the urge to fight a powerful opponent. All of your skills, all of your desires, are focused around d ancing the dance of death with someone your equal. It’s a dangerous life, but you were made for it.
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Made by: Digger Credits to: Red, Worm_Anon, The IRC Mook Sprites(0): Holy shit, dude. Why would you pick this? As a mook, your job was to die. It was to take orders from the Boss, and die to the Hero. You did this job well, taking hit after hit in your little corner of the stage, with a lot of time to contemplate your lot in life. You're loose from your game, now, and you will suffer no longer. Maybe you're
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