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Chronicles of Narnia Jump By NarniaAnon v 1.0-rc2 After the usual disorientation that followed the end of your previous Jump, you look around to find yourself in a small Oxford study, the walls lined with old books, the table set with fine china and silver. It looks like you've caught your Benefactor in the middle of a tea party. Strangely, her only other guest seems to be an enormous Lion. You find yourself instinctively capitalizing that word. She introduces him as her friend Aslan, and explains that he is going to be your gracious host for the next decade of your adventures. A land of hope and wonder. A land of oppression and tyranny. A land of danger and adventure. A land of blatant Christian allegory. However you choose to see it, you will be spending the next ten years in the world of Narnia. You have 1000 character points to spend as you see fit. Backgrounds: You show up with the same gender as your previous jump, or you can pay [50] to choose your age and gender. Drop-In [0] You've managed to stumble into a world of magic and wonder. Perhaps destiny has something special in store for you. You have no pre-existing memories or personality from Narnia, though if you choose, you may have the memories of a transplanted earthling child. Narnian [0] You're from Narnia, born and raised. Depending on the era, the land might be primarily inhabited by humans, talking animals, or some cosmopolitan mixture of the two. Outlander [0] You might be from Calormen, the Underworld, the Lands beyond the Sea, or even another universe entirely. In addition to your background, choose a species. Human [0] You're a Son of Adam or a Daughter of Eve, with all the associated entitlements and responsibilities that come along with that. Starting age is 1d8+9 for Drop Ins, 1d8+15 for other backgrounds.
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Talking Animal [0] As an animal with the gift of speech, you're dangerously furry- sufficiently anthropomorphized to drink tea, wear a hat, and use your claws/wings/mouth/whatever as hands when necessary, but no more than that. Note that the smallest animals are scaled up somewhat, and the largest are scaled down. A talking mouse might stand more than two feet tall, a talking elephant eight or nine. Starting age varies by species. Dwarf [0] You're short and stocky. You have a beard. You're fond of alcohol and possibly of hard work. C'mon, you know what a Dwarf is. Starting age is 30+4d8. Demihuman [0] You might be a faun, satyr, centaur, minotaur, merperson, or some stranger mixture of human and animal parts. There might even be some plant parts thrown in there for good measure. Starting age varies by species. Marsh-Wiggle [0] A race of grumpy, web-toed, swamp-dwelling frog people. You might be short and very fat or tall and very thin, but few Marsh-Wiggles are anywhere in between.
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