Friday the 13th JumpChain.pdf

Friday the 13th JumpChain.pdf - A Jumpchain CYOA The year...

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The year is 1979. Camp Crystal Lake is finally reopening after being closed for over twenty years, following the tragic drowning of a young boy named Jason Voorhees, the murder of two camp counselors, and numerous incidents during previous attempt to renovate the seemingly cursed camp. For one reason or another, you have found yourself in this forsaken place. Are you here to help with the reopening? Seeking vengeance? Something else? One way or another, you’ve become a part of Camp Crystal Lake’s twisted history. Pray that it doesn’t claim you, too. You have +1000 CP to spend (Default starting time is 1979, taking you through the first Friday the Thirteenth up to Part 5. If you’d prefer, you may choose to start at a later time then this, or stay longer than ten years. Choosing to start later than 2003 (after most of Jason’s known killings) will result in something happening that causes you to be frozen with cryogenics until 2450, where you will be picked up by the crew of The Grendel along with Jason Voorhees on their trip to Earth.) A Jumpchain CYOA
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Origins You may pay 100 CP to swap your gender. You may pick your age within your origin’s Age Range. 100 CP Perks and Items are free for their Origin. Drop In - No memories, no history. You know how this works. Age Range: 20-30 Teenager - One of the new counselors? Or someone looking for cheap thrills? You might get more than you bargained for either way. Age Range: 17-19 Psycho - Kill kill kill… die die die… something’s got you mad, and when that happens around here there’s only one thing to do. Age Range: 25-40
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Drop In Discounted Perks Common Sense (100 CP)- You know the phrase, “common sense isn’t common?” That’s true here. Luckily, you know not to make dumb mistakes like running upstairs to get away from someone or going to have sex in the middle of the woods at night. Brave (200 CP)- You’re damn near fearless- able to take calm action in even the most dangerous of circumstances without fear getting in the way, while still retaining the ability to recognize danger. Lucky (400 CP)- You have amazing luck. While it might not be enough to save you all the time, you often find useful things just laying around, and you evade danger frequently. Deader Than Dead (600 CP)- In this place, where dead men return to kill again and again, you can grant them their final sleep. Things you kill, stay killed- short of major intervention on their behalf- and they won’t be revived by random chance.
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Teenager Discounted Perks Sexy (100 CP)- You look like you could be the lead in a movie. Hopefully it won’t be a scary one… Run and Hide (200 CP)- You’re good at avoiding danger. You’re fast, steady on your feet to avoid tripping while on uneven ground, find good hiding places, and are better at detecting/avoiding traps.
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