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JUMPCHAIN by SprungGeoduck v2
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Happy New Year! Welcome to New York! This world is not unlike your own, but with one… major difference. 90% of the human population has been wiped out by a genetically engineered virus known as the Green Poison. New York was ground zero, and the island of Manhattan has become a quarantine zone. To contain the many threats present on the island, the US government has activated what is known as Directive 51, resulting in the activation of a secret group of sleeper agents known as The Division. This first wave is almost completely gone, and the second wave is only just being activated. Manhattan is a hellhole, overrun by armed rioters, garbage men with flamethrowers, escaped prisoners and insane PMCs. Will you survive ten years of this nightmare? Only one way to find out. Here’s a little something to get you started. +1000 CP
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Brooklyn This borough is relatively untouched by the violence that has plagued Manhattan. You won’t find a lot of hostile opposition here, but there won’t be many friendlies either. Hudson Yards Situated at the southwest riverside of Manhattan, this large refugee camp is a fairly safe place to start off. Not many comforts, but free food and weapon vendors are alright, no? The Base of Operations Now this is the life. This converted post office might be a bit of a fixer-upper, but it’s got a roof and all the vendors an aspiring survivor like yourself could ever need. Times Square Ah, the iconic New York location. Crossroads of the world! Sadly, there are a couple of problems – the Rikers have claimed it as their own and the local power transformer is on the fritz. Could you return this place to its former glory? Central Park There’s supposed to be trees and lakes, but all you see now is abandoned heavy equipment and holes in the ground filled with containers for the dead. It’s safe to be at the mass grave; everyone around you is already dead, after all. Stuyvesant Town A large private residential zone near the East River. Once a gated community, you can now walk freely through the streets – if you’re not afraid of roaming Rikers, that is. Chrysler Building Good news – safe house is literally on the other side of the street. Bad news – you’re on the 77th floor and the elevators broke a few weeks ago. Did you bring your climbing gear? Free Choice Lucky you! You get to pick from the previous seven choices! 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 STARTING LOCATION Roll 1d8 for this, or pay 50CP to choose.
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BACKGROUND Roll 1d8+23 for your age. Gender is the same as the last jump. Pay 50CP to pick both. Drop-In / Free You wake up with no memories of this world, but no obligations either. Why you chose to wake up in this hellhole beats me. Medic / Free You are one of the few doctors remaining after the fall of society, and while you are blessed with medical knowledge, you are also obligated to help the sick and injured.
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  • Fall '13
  • ProfessorChampolllion
  • ISAC, Assault rifle, assault weapon

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