Nightmare on Elm Street JumpChain.pdf

Nightmare on Elm Street JumpChain.pdf - A Jumpchain CYOA...

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“One, Two, Freddy’s Coming For You Three, Four, Better Lock Your Door Five, Six, Grab A Crucifix Seven, Eight, Gonna Stay Up Late Nine, Ten, Never Wake Again…” Thirteen years ago the infamous Springwood Slasher, Freddy Krueger, was killed by an angry mob. Krueger was burned alive in his hideout by the parents of the children he killed, after being released from police custody on a technicality. Although he was killed in the blaze, he was offered a chance for vengeance by Dream Demons, becoming a nightmarish, demonic spirit in his own right. The year is 1981, and soon Freddy will return- creating a new nightmare for the inhabitants of Springwood, Ohio, where you have now found yourself. Here’s +1000 CP to help you survive the coming nightmare. Pleasant dreams… A Jumpchain CYOA
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Origins You may pay 100 CP to swap your gender, and can freely pick your age within your origin’s age range. 100 CP Perks and Items are free for their origin. Drop In- You are new to this world, with no history or memories other than your own. Age Range: 5-50 Dream Warrior- Your parents were a part of the mob that burned Freddy to death; with your young age, you’re an ideal target for the revived Springwood Slasher. Age Range: 16-19 Doctor- You are a psychiatrist, doctor or other medical professional who has come to Springwood in response to the shared delusions of the teens living there. Age Range: 26-50 Nightmare- You’ve been more than a little naughty; no matter what you did, it’s bad enough that most in Springwood would like to see you dead, even if they don’t know you’re behind it yet. But for now, you’re free. Age Range: 18-50
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Drop In Perks Sweet Dreams (100 CP)- Your dreams- when they’re not haunted by an extra crispy serial killer demon- are pleasant. You sleep easier and always wake up feeling refreshed and rested. Lucid Dreamer (200 CP)- Although the skills of a lucid dreamer- even a skilled one- aren’t enough to match a Dream Master or a Dream Demon, they can buy you time. You have a great deal of control over your own dreams, and have a sense for if you’re asleep or not to help you take advantage of this. In My Dreams (400 CP)- In your dreams, you can do anything you set your mind to; more importantly, in your dreams you can learn and grow as a person. Any training or practice you put into mastering a skill in your dreams will work as if you had been doing it in reality. Even exercise will be easier in the real world, once you’ve done it in your dreams. Dreamless Sleep (600 CP)- The powers of the Dream Demons- and therefore, Freddy Krueger- can no longer affect you. But not only are you immune to these powers in the world of dreams; you’re immune to them in the waking world, as well, if his power ever grew to that point. In fact, you’re immune to all reality warping abilities that are dependent on alternate planes of existence or the empowerment of the user by other beings.
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  • Fall '13
  • ProfessorChampolllion
  • Freddy vs. Jason, Freddy Krueger, Wes Craven's New Nightmare, A Nightmare on Elm Street, dream world, Robert Englund

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