Age of Mythology JumpChain.pdf

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Welcome to the world of Age of Mythology. It is a realm of strange shaped landmasses of almost random climates. Stepping from tundra to savannah after 100 metres is not impossible or unlikely. There are gods, heroes, monsters and divine artefacts. Four Pantheons vie for control over the land and individual gods battle it out against their fellows through their followers. You begin right on the frontier where settlements are barely more than tribes of hunter- gatherers. You have 1000 CP.
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A picture of flame is found on Skills with a discount for those with a Drop-In Identity +No set of memories affecting your actions. -You have no friends or history and gain no free boon. You wake up in a field with some local animals looking at you. You straighten up and they run away. You see a settlement and prominent temple in the distance. The locals may not be immediately hostile but they will be distrustful of a foreigner in their midst for quite some time. You will likely have to learn a new language too. A portrait of Hades is found on Gear and Skills with a discount for those with a Greek Identity +Knowledge of Greek gods, friendly settlement with familiar culture and people. -No discounted passive skills. You grew up in the settlement and have only ever left it to hunt due to the rumours of hydras and manticores in the hills. You are friendly with the villagers and the militia and have always been expected to rise to political prominence due to your clear favour of the gods. You must choose an identity to determine your history and place in this world. Roll 16+1d8 to determine your age. You may change gender for 100 CP. A portrait of Ra is found on Gear and Skills with a discount for those with a Egyptian Identity +Knowledge of Egyptian gods, friendly settlement with familiar culture and people. -No discounted passive skills. You were born a labourer but showed clear signs that you were touched from the gods. As such, your settlement’s Pharaoh rose you to priesthood and made sure you were armed suitably. Your people, particularly the serfs, have come to admire you greatly for your power. A portrait of Odin is found on Gear and Skills with a discount for those with a Norse Identity +Knowledge of Norse gods, friendly settlement with familiar culture and people. -No discounted passive skills. Your people are hard and so was growing up. You came up all the stronger for it and know that even the most hardened warriors of your clan respect you for your strength and favour. The Jarl of your settlement is a tough and god-fearing man and came to treat you as though you were his own child. A portrait of Kronos is found on Gear and Skills with a discount for those with an Atlantean Identity +Knowledge of Atlantean gods, friendly settlement with familiar culture and people.
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