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Welcome to the world of Kid Icarus: Uprising! You appear a year before the start of canon. Soon the world will be thrown into turmoil as the forces of the underworld rise up and try to conquer the human realm. A plucky young angel and his allies will be all that stands between them and total domination. Even worse is that they are just one of many different enemies that will be making their appearance over the next few years as Nature itself will come looking to wipe out humans, which will attract a fleet of hungry aliens from the conflict who wish to consume all. Have 1000CP to spend below.
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Origin Choose your gender and roll 1d8+15 for your apparent age. Human You are just a baseline human without any real backstory in this wide, wide world. Despite generally being looked down upon by the other denizens of this world for your war like mentality and weak bodies, there are a few of you who rise so very high to take on the gods themselves. Angel Angels are described as servants and messengers of the gods; however, not all gods have angels under their control. The most famous group of these angel’s is Palutena’s Army, tasked with protecting both their goddess and, by extension, humanity. Despite this name, angels typically do not fight, making Pit a rare exception. While long lived, these angels do still age. Angels are automatically granted Wings of an Angel. Monster Creatures of the underworld and other separate realms. While they usually show only basic intelligence, you happen to be a rather intelligent one. The human realm will show you little mercy if you were to ever appear there. Goddess Eternal, unaging. Gods and Goddesses have lived for countless years and will continue to live for many many more, assuming nothing kills them. You are among the ranks of these divine beings. Far above kings and emperors, it’s up to you what you do from here. While extremely strong in their own right, a suitably powerful angel with the right equipment could be able to take you down. Location roll 1d6 to decide where you start or pay 50CP 1: Earth, The realm of Humans 2: Skyworld, The realm of Angels 3: Underworld, The realm of Monsters 4: Galactic Sea, The realm of Stars 5: Chaos Vortex, The realm of disorder 6: Free Choice
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Perks 100CP perks are free for your origin Cooking Classes [100] Cooking is fun and easy, for you at least. In your head you have a repository of dishes and the know-how on how to make them. You could work in any restaurant you wanted if that was what you wished. Body Quirk [100] Something about your body is different from the standard human one. Maybe your hair is made of flames, you have a glowing halo above your head or vivid lines running across your skin. Whatever it is, it marks you as something different from the standard mortal.
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