Animal Crossing JumpChain.pdf

Animal Crossing JumpChain.pdf - A Jumpchain CYOA by YJ_Anon...

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Welcome to the wild world of Animal Crossing! It doesn’t matter here if you’re one of the locals, city folk looking to turn over a new leaf, or even something stranger; so long as you’re friendly and help your neighbors out from time to time, you’re sure to fit right in. There’s not a lot to say about this world; it’s populated by humans and anthropomorphic animals. It’s a peaceful, comfortable place where the biggest worries are accidentally stumbling into a bee’s nest, getting cockroaches in your house, or weeds in your yard. You can take a trip down to the beach, visit the nearby city or one of the nearby islands, or even go camping! There’s no shortage of things to do here, whether you like to fish, hunt for fossils, catch bugs, or find that rare piece of furniture you’ve been looking for. Before you go, here’s a small loan of +1000 Choice Bells (CB) to help you get acquainted. If you need anything else, I’m sure that Tom Nook, the tanuki in charge of the general store, will be able to help you out. (If you’d like, you can start in the continuity of the anime movie, instead.) A Jumpchain CYOA by YJ_Anon
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Backgrounds You may change your gender for free, if you would like. You can also choose your age; there are a lot of youngsters coming into town lately, but old souls like Tortimer are welcome, too. New Arrival (Drop In)- You’re new in town, though you might also be new to this world with no memories or anything like that. Tom Nook can set you up with a house if you need one, and can also give you a few tasks to help you get acquainted with the other villagers. He’ll even waive his normal fees- a first in town history! Local- You’ve been living in town long enough for most people in town to consider you one of them, and you know your way around. Shopkeeper- Unlike some of the other animals, you actually work for a living. While this doesn’t give you much ‘me time’, you’ll probably have more Bells to spend then they do You have a shop somewhere that’s pretty popular, too. Mayor- Tortimer’s wants to retire, and while this is a bit unusual he’d be willing to hand the reigns over to you. Being the mayor is a lot of added responsibility, but you’ll also be able to plan fun public events like holidays or fishing contests! Camper- In recent times, people have taken to camping in the wilderness outside of town- some have even decided to live there! Thankfully roughing it in the woods is a lot safer than in other worlds, since any bears you meet will just want to roast marshmallows with you. You may also choose whether you’d like to stay human or become an anthropomorphic animal like most of the other villagers. You may import an alt-form to anthropomorphize it for 100 CB, letting you make it roughly human sized when you’d like.
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Location Travel between these places is relatively simple, so you can choose where you start for free.
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  • Fall '13
  • ProfessorChampolllion
  • Casablanca, All That You Can't Leave Behind, Mayors, Tom Nook

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