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Madness Combat Jump By Echoanon Jumper, what are you doing here? No, wait, don’t answer that. Just, run. Get out of here now, before you join the madness! ...You do not wish to leave? Fine then. Welcome to glorious Nevada! This might look like your normal everyday earth, but don’t let that fool you. The state of Nevada is run by the Sheriff, who controls it for his mysterious Organization. A certain Hank J. Wimbleton has a grudge against the Sheriff, and will soon begin attempts on his life. If these continue, the Sheriff will activate an Improbability device out of desperation. It is advised you don’t let this happen.
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Origins You may choose whatever age you wish, and change your gender from last jump for 50CP. Drop-in (Free) You have no idea how you got here. You woke up on a bench in a park, with nothing on you but your clothes. Checking a pocket, you find a note, signed by an “A”, saying you’ve been scheduled for a meeting with the Sheriff. The Savior (100) You’ve always fancied yourself a bit of a religious one. You’ve volunteered for Church before, to help those who needed however they needed. Now, now more people than ever are in need of your help. The Sheriff and his lackey’s oppress the people, levying harsh taxes and treating them like dirt. If you have a say in it, this will END. The Protagonist (100) You don’t know why, but you’ve always been good at killing things. From the smallest insect struck down with unerring accuracy, to the biggest animal, shot down for food, to even people who displeased you. Now, now you might use these talents for good, or at least to remove an threat. The Sheriff rules this town with an iron fist, and his agents are on every corner. One way or another, he needs to be removed.
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The Clown (200) You love the sight of blood gushing out of bodies. It’s why you became an assassin. To better help, you’ve even got a clown disguise. After all, who would suspect the clown to be an world-class murderer? Perks Perks discounted to Origin, 100CP perks free to their Origin Drop-In Weapon Manifestation (100CP, Discount to Origin): You gain the ability to manifest weapons from your body. You can manifest weapons dating up to the twenty-first century and beyond, with the ability to manifest these weapons getting harder the more advanced they are. Possessive Empowerment (200CP, Discount to Origin): Congratulations Jumper, you now have the ability to possess people! Well, not really possess, per se. You can emit tendrils from your body that, when applied to a person, greatly increases their physical abilities and tactical acumen, while leaving them with their own mind. You may only generate four of these tendrils to possess people at a time. The physical changes, like ominous glowing red eyes, are extremely noticeable though.
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