Maple Story JumpChain.pdf

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You find yourself in a one room library some 40 feet across built into a...tree? Shelves crammed with books line any flat surface of wall that they could be attached to, and carved into the tree itself where they could not be attached, this pattern going up perhaps thirty feet where you see a landing to what looks to be a second floor. Piles of books litter the even wooden floor, and half erased magical diagrams in chalk or some sort of powder are visible on the ground where books do not conceal it. Floating and ever so slightly bobbing up and down in the middle of the room is an old man. Everything about the man screams ‘Wizard!” The white robes and pointy hat (decorated with stars, no less), the floating orb above one hand and staff in the other, the long white beard and unkempt hair...This man is the wizardiest wizard you think has ever wizarded. Welcome, Jumper, to the Maple World! My name is Grendel, though most people call me Grendel the Really Old. Despite the old man’s obvious age and frail frame, he takes a deep bow with his introduction, a slightly odd motion as he is still floating. I am sure you can guess why. There’s plenty to do here, a haunted house with spooky woods (I’d recommend staying away unless you’re fairly strong, especially from the deep woods…), we have a wonderful mall, I’m told it’s a great place if you’re an aspiring singer, and many others. Want to see the exotic locales? Zipangu is nice, or you can check out the Mushroom Kingdom (no, not that one) or Leafre’s dragon raising facilities. Interested in challenging the local terrors? Oh thank the goddess, we have a bit of a problem with a god-killing wizard trying to take over time and space. Please help us out with that? Hm? No, not me, big scary guy, red embroidered robes, ominous hooded gaze. You’ll know him if you see him. Oh, right, first we ought to get you settled in. I believe the entity that brought you here--Jumpchan was it?--said it was customary to first give you these baubles. YOU ARE AWARDED +1000 CP. Right, now we need to decide on some incidentals, like your class and origin. First, your age and gender. Pick them. Right, with that done, let’s talk origins. Adventurer: A jack of all trades, not really bound by any obligations other than themselves and what they decide. Your benefactor said you’d understand if I called this the “drop-in option,” but it doesn’t have to be as there are plenty of natives to this world who take this role as well.
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Hero: The world always needs more. Someone who has dedicated themselves to improving the world, usually by fighting against the forces of darkness. More specifically the forces of the Black Mage, known as the Black Wings. You’ll have 4 options depending on which class you choose: Resistance classes will be children having grown up in Edelstein having been conquered by the Black Wings; Novices of the Cygnus Knights will begin in Ereve, ready for basic training; and the legendary hero
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